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POP-PUNK-ROCK. Fact #1 - CYANIDE PILLS are a brilliant live band. Fact #2 - they write great songs. Fact #3 - their 3rd full-length "sliced and diced" has 18 songs on it. CYANIDE PILLS keeping the spirit of '78 alive. The band's mix of punk blasts and melodic power-pop has never sounded better. With razor-sharp twin guitars, a pounding rhythm section and un-matched lyrical barbs, "sliced and diced" is one of the best albums you'll hear all year. Limited edition of 700 copies on colored (pink) vinyl.

LPcol 16.00€*

 

POP-PUNK-ROCK. Their self-titled debut came out in 2010, and now the lads' 2nd album "still bored" is ready to hit the shelves. It's a storming 17 track punk-pop blast dealing with alienation, despair, politics and impotence.

LP 16.00€*

 

HARDCORE. CYNARAE hail from Washington state and deliver 7 tracks of bludgeoning, crusty hardcore that is influenced heavily by the '90's Bremen metal-hardcore scene (CAROL, ACME, MÖRSER, SYSTRAL) crossed with their North American counterparts at the time (THE SWARM, UNRUH). Colored vinyl includes a digital download card.

MLPcol 15.00€*

 

PUNK/HARDCORE. After nearly 10 years out-of-production, BANNED IN DC is finally back in print. Assembled by Cynthia Connolly, Lelsie Clague and Sharon Cheslow and originally released in 1988, BANNED IN DC collects hundreds of photos, flyers and stories documenting the D.C. punk scene of the mid-'80s. With the 7th edition of BANNED IN DC, publisher and founding author Cynthia Connolly has added an 8-page afterword explaining how and why the book came together.

BOOK 26.00€*

 

HARDCORE. D.C. DISORDER is a brand new band comprised of Youngblood alumni and members of current hardcore bands that you undoubtedly know. However - let the music speak for itself. Fresh, urgent and bursting with an incredible kinetic energy, "naive to a world" is another great addition to the Youngblood catalog. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

7" 7.50€*

 

GRINDCORE. Unrelenting savage grindcore from Sao Paolo, Brazil. "rancor" is a ruthless barrage of blistering tempos and razor sharp riff carnage, an incisive attack on the barbarity of a ruthless modern world. Features members of TEST.

7" 7.50€*

 

GRINDCORE. D.E.R. from Brazil bring raging and angry grindcore - These tracks feature vocals from João from BILGE RATS. They range from fast over-the-top grind to the darkened crust features from the blackest corners of Brazil bringing to light some of the social injustices they are facing. ABERRANT are based in Colorado and bring in some blazing and pulverizing grindcore - no slow-downs just pulverizing down-your-throat grindcore to rip through you're skin. This LP was done to cement the ABERRANT tour of Brazil.

LP 13.00€*

 

HARDCORE-PUNK. D.H.K. (DESTRUCCION, HURTO Y KAOS) from Lima, Peru, recorded some demos so far. D.H.K. don't hide their lack of songs behind layers of feedback, black and white images of dead bodies and clique crusty clothes. Instead they scream loud and clear against system, the state, the apathy and the conformism. Their music is raw, heavily influenced by DISCHARGE, the nordic beat and drawing comparisons with the greatest DESTRUCCION from Arnedo.

LP 14.50€*

 

PUNK-ROCK. PUNK-ROCK. Classic Orange County punk right here, lots of melodic guitar leads and surfing references. "ancient artifacts", which is considered by many to be their best work. Casey Royers vocals sound almost poetic at times with the band backing his emotions perfectly. D.I. has that great So-Cal sound that every skate-punk should love. This is the perfect summertime record. Strictly limited edition of 1000 copies on colored vinyl! D.I. is a must for every record

LPcol 18.00€*

 

PUNK-ROCK. "horse bites dog cries" is the 1st album from California's legendary D.I. who featured Rikk Agnew and Casey Royer of ADOLESCENTS fame. Features the punk-rock classic "johnny's got a problem". Available again on colored vinyl and limited to 500 copies.

LPcol 18.00€*

 

PUNK-ROCK. This is the reissue of the earsplitting 5th album, orginally released in 1994, from the original Orange County punk-rock legends, D.I.! Their brand of furiously fast, aggressively catchy punk-rock made the boys an underground icon in the mid-'80s and continue to attract fans to this day. "state of shock" confounds the stereotypes of such re-formations by sounding authentic and energetic while featuring some of the best material the band has released.

LP 12.00€*

 

PUNK-ROCK. This early practice session at Sherpa Studio (Fullerton, CA) was captured by the staff of Flipside Magazine in 1983. Also included on this DVD is a self driven interview with the band which showcases their light and jovial nature. It's quite a contrast to the issues they tackled in many of their songs which portray the '80s as a time of despair in the Reagan era. For some this will be an opportunity to revisit where D.I. came from, for others this will be a chance to experience D.I. in its infancy for the first time.

DVD 13.50€*

 

PUNK-ROCK. It's the return of the ignoroids. D.O.A. are back as a three-piece. Straight-ahead classic D.O.A. punk.

CD 14.00€*

 

PUNK-ROCK. This DVD from Canada's legendary punk pioneers features exciting full live tracks from the band's formative years: 1978 - 83. It includes all the raw emotion, activism, humor and deadly renditions of all their greatest songs from the classic line up of Joe Shithead, Chuck Biscuits, Randy Rampage and Dave Gregg. The always-influential D.O.A. was to many people, their very 1st exposure to the blistering social phenomena of punk-rock.

DVD 13.00€*

 

PUNK-ROCK. Special release for ATTENTAT SONORE’s 25th Birthday. As you may know, D.O.A. are calling it quits after 35 years of service, but they released this special 7" for their final European tour in 2013. One studio song, and a freaking great live version of "amerika the beautiful". ATTENTAT SONORE are not newcomers either, and celebrate their birthday with a back to the roots live in studio session, one take, no overdubs, for 2 new songs.

7" 4.50€*

 

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