No More Bloody Destruction were often known better by their acronym NMBD which stood for different things at different times of their career. Rumour has it they started life as New Malden Bowie Division before settling on No More Bloody Destruction. They later became Nightmare By Day when they took on a decidedly more U2 style direction.
Their only vinyl output was the ‘No Reason’ EP, a self released 7″ from 1985 on their own DIY record label ‘Crisis-Point’. Confusingly there are two covers for this – one featuring a man being arrested and the other with this image blacked out claiming that it was pulled for being too controversial. In fact it might have had more to do with copyright. There were around 500 copies of the EP made and its now pretty much impossible to find.