Die schottische Zeitung „The Harald“ berichtet:
NEO-Nazi bands are targeting a Scottish town, with a series of gigs featuring groups linked to the far-right due to be held this year.
Among the headline acts listed on flyers for four events taking place this year in Bathgate – which do not specify the exact location – include Endstufe, whose music was banned in Germany in the 1990s during a crackdown on neo-Nazi rock bands.
Three of the events feature Pressure 28, fronted by Kevin Gough, who has been linked to the BNP and neo-Nazi group Combat 18.
While this group’s website claims it is named after a local scooter club, anti-fascist campaigners say the 28 refers to the second and eighth letters of the alphabet – with B & H referring to Blood and Honour, the neo-Nazi music promotion network which derives its name from the motto of the Hitler Youth.
Edinburgh-based Bakers Dozen are also among the dozens of names appearing on the list. The band have their music listed under the category of Nazi/white power CDs on the website of the Nationalist Socialist Movement, one of the largest neo-Nazi groups in the US.
Both Endstufe and Bakers Dozen also appear in a flyer published under the category of upcoming events on a website for the East Anglia branch of Blood and Honour, which says it promotes „white power music and resistance“.