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THRASH-HARDCORE/METAL. "dealing with it", a record that infused their increasing technicality with a love of metal and the raw, fast as hell hardcore sound that they patented. Surpassing their debut, was never going to be easy, but with their 2nd album, the DIRTY ROTTEN IMBECILES managed to do just that in maelstrom of vicious, catchy, cerebral hardcore and metal. D.R.I.'s legacy is once again ready for punk rock and metal consumption!

CD 13.50€*

 

INDIE-ROCK. This is DADS' 1st release from 2012 which preceded their 7" on 6131. "american radass (this is important)" deliver 10 heartfelt tracks. They bring a melodic and technical brand of '90s-inspired indie-rock that was pioneered by bands like AMERICAN FOOTBALL, BRAID and CAP'N JAZZ.

CD 11.00€*

 

INDIE-ROCK. Remember "pretty good"? That’s where DADS jammed tracks of indie-heavy, math-ridden, emo-punk into your nervous system. "i'll be the tornado", is the follow-up to the duo's highly acclaimed 2013 release and marks a decidedly more diverse approach to songwriting for the band. "i’ll be the tornado" is the perfect sequel to this as it matches "pretty good" stride for stride and further envelopes you in John Bradley’s tragedies. In terms of d.i.y. indie, DADS bring it again. In spades. This is a powerful album that’ll move you in the most melodic of manners. Vinyl version includes download code.

LP 16.50€* CD 11.00€*

 

EMO-HARDCORE. Originally released in 1986 and doubled with the "wig out at denko's" LP on one CD since 1991, this classic has finally been re-issued on vinyl. The CD contains 6 extra tracks - 2 from the original recording session (previously released on a Selfless Records 7") and 4 previously unreleased live tracks.

CD 13.50€*

 

EMO-HARDCORE. "minority of one" was the 5th full-length released by DAG NASTY. The album showcases the catchy vocal melodies and harmonies the band is known for along with their signature energy and sound and shows the perspective of the band with another decade of life gone by. DAG NASTY's rich history and pedigree speaks for itself and "minority of one" carry this tradition further. The songs are powerful, the recording is huge, and the lyrics and vocal delivery are as heartfelt as ever. Colored (clear/white marble) vinyl includes a digital download card.

LPcol 18.50€* CD 12.50€*

 

HARDCORE. DAGGERMOUTH's 5 members come blasting out of Vancouver with their 2nd full-length. Tracks about good times, bad times, getting older and life in general. DAGGERMOUTH is a band thats plays old-school hardcore music with sprinklings of sweet pop-punk mixed in. The songs are filled with melody, passion, and tons of great hooks leaving kids singing along instantly. If you dig into DEATH IS NOT GLAMEROUS, SET YOUR GOALS, SHOOK ONES older more hardcore SAVES THE DAY you should check this out!

CD 10.00€*

 

PROGRESSIVE-HARDCORE. Resonating pulse of metallic fury meshed in hypnotic rhythms. A thundering destructo-core hybrid of hardcore, metal, and rock with serious tonnage riffs, whirling noise, grim-to-grimmer samples all caked over with harsh screeched, howled, growled and cackled vocals. A sound decidedly darker, with intricate guitar work that scavenges elements of SABBATH, death-metal, southern-rock, and crust. "burning cold" offer 8 songs with cover artwork by Pushead.

CD 11.50€*

 

PROGRESSIVE-HARDCORE. Moody, intense, swaggering hardcore-churning, dynamic, lumbering metallic crunch, shifting gears between grinding dirge and a pounding hardcore punk assault. A hybrid trespassing between the boundaries of punk, metal and rock, yet lyrically remaining punk-rock and inspirational. Nine-song debut. Members went on in CHRONICLE A.D., KARST and KYLESA.

CD 11.50€*

 

HARDCORE. DAMAGE's final recording. Not your stereotypical straight edge hardcore, this band plays brutal, pissed, and heavy hardcore featuring ex and current members of both AMERICAN NIGHTMARE and THE BOILS. The "final" CD deliver new 8 songs and 14 extra tracks of rare, live, and demo recordings.

MCD 6.50€*

 

FOLK/INDIE-ROCK. Seattle singer/songwriter DAMIEN JURADO has released a wealth of material since his emergence in 1997, with "brothers and sisters of the eternal son" becoming his 11th album release. DAMIEN JURADO is every character in every DAMIEN JURADO song. He is the gun, the purple anteater, the paper wings, the avalanche, the air show disaster, Ohio, the ghost of his best friend's wife. It is a universe unto its own, with it's own symbolism, creation myth, and liturgy. You might go as far as to call it a religion, and your religion is a character in his religion. Whilst mainstream success is unlikely, the cult appeal of DAMIEN JURADO continues to cause those that do listen to sit up and take note.

CD 14.00€*

 

FOLK/INDIE-ROCK. "caught in the trees" marks the dawn of a new era for DAMIEN JURADO. It may not be a huge departure from some of his past albums musically, but lyrically JURADO has taken a giant leap forward and there is no turning back. He subsequently found refuge in sharing the songs with his closest friends and bandmates on the compositions - some much more rocking than JURADO fans are used to, but ever as intense. The result is a record that Jurado loyalists will find was worth the wait. And perhaps a reason to listen for those who have yet to give this bedraggled storyteller a chance. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

LP 16.00€* CD 14.00€*

 

FOLK/INDIE-ROCK. In "maraqopa", the vistas are miles-wide - the action is more dynamic - the close-ups sweaty and snarling. We've never heard anything like this from Jurado. Fifteen years into his remarkable career, and he continues to blossom. Jurado and Swift establish themselves not only as inventive, trusting collaborators, but as one another's spirit animals in American outsider songcraft-lone wolves in black sheep's clothing. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

LP 17.00€* CD 14.00€*

 

FOLK/INDIE-ROCK. Like previous albums, "the horizon just laughed" started with a dream. Though, that's where things change, as they often do. It is DAMIEN JURADO's 1st self-produced album in a 20+ year career, more personal and more rooted than even his "maraqopa" trilogy, as though after so much time on the road he's stumbled upon his home. The album feels like a beautiful collage - its narrative pieced together through letters and postcards, with each part contributing to its greater whole, and providing snapshots of one's journey to find a sense of place and connection to a changing world. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

LP 18.00€* CD 14.00€*

 

FOLK/INDIE-ROCK. Providing the ideal entry point for neophytes and an intoxicating aural high for the faithful, DAMIEN JURADO's new opus extends the hot streak ignited by 2012's "maraqopa" and its 2014 follow-up "brothers and sisters of the eternal son". Cut once again with label-mate and super producer Richard Swift, "visions of us on the land" completes the tale of an individual who has had to disappear from society in order to discover some universal truths. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

DoLP 22.00€* CD 14.00€*

 

INDIE-ROCK. The album just for your edification is pronounced “Us in music”. Hard at work on the road and doing the D.I.Y. thing well, the band has already made a bit of a name for itself. Melodic vocals, stirring guitar rhythms, and driving beats make DAMIERA one band that everyone should look forward to in 2007. DAMIERA’s music itself latches onto your deepest thoughts and allows you to mold your own perceptions of both reality and the album. Some days, songs may have one effect on the listener, and on others, they arouse a completely different beast from within. Such is the comprehensive emotional effect of DAMIERA’s first full-length album. Music critics and casual listeners alike may argue this is the elitist, progressive, or indie fan’s album of 2007, and they wouldn’t be wrong once the word gets out about this CD. DAMIERA reach out to every listener in a different way, and as a result, have produced a thoroughly enjoyable CD for fans of all music.

CD 12.50€*

 

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