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METALCORE. Hailing from Ontario, Canada, FAREWELL TO FREEWAY blend thick, metallic riffs and incredible hooks, creating what the band describes as a full sound with a ton of melody and edge to it. "definitions" has muscle, depth and a great story about these 5 young individuals who have stuck together and seen a lot. It reflects 3 years of perseverance, brother and sisterhood. If you want to experience metalcore at it’s finest in 2008, go grab a copy of "definitions" as soon as possible!

CD 3.50€*

 

METALCORE. Canadians FAREWELL TO FREEWAY walk the line between metal and melody on their sophomore effort, mixing monolithic metal riffs, technical guitar picking, massive breakdowns and well-placed melodies, all with a touch of keyboards thrown in the mix.

CD 3.50€*

 

POST/MELODIC-HARDCORE. "rigged" is FARSIDE's incredible 2nd full-length. So-Cal's finest in melodic-punk. Great songs, incredible harmony, essential packaging.

CD 12.50€*

 

POST/MELODIC-HARDCORE. FARSIDE was a band from Orange County, founded in 1989. Their sound was a mixture of the late '80s bands, like DAG NASTY, HÜSKER DÜ and DESCENDENTS, '90s alternative HELMET, QUICKSAND and the power-pop sensibilities of the late 00's. The band never quite fit in on any bill they were booked to play. The band officially called it quits in 2000. Vocalist Popeye is currently a member of the band YOUR FAVORITE TRAINWRECK. Colored (green) vinyl includes a digital download card.

LPcol 16.00€* CD 12.50€*

 

POST/MELODIC-HARDCORE. Ace material from the best melodic-punk outfit in Southern California. The MCD have 2 extra tracks.

MCD 7.00€*

 

HARDCORE. The year was 1981 and hardcore was on the rise... Blaine, Steve, Loud, and Paul made up one of the West-Coast's most seminal bands of the time, with scathingly political lyrics and collage artwork to match. Members later went on to such bands as TEN MINUTE WARNING, THE ACCÜSED and GUNS N' ROSES.

CD 13.50€*

 

HARDCORE. THE FARTZ, hailing from Seattle, terrorized the Northwest in the early '80s and reformed in 1998 after a long hiatus. Finally, here's an album of all material channeling their pent up hardcore rage of post-Reagan years! Blaine's caustic paint-peeling vocals are still intact, fortified by the return of the original bassist, lyricist, artist Steve, plus Alex (ex-THE ACCÜSED) on guitar and Karl (ex-DETONATORS ) on drums.

LP 12.00€* CD 13.50€*

 

HARDCORE. Searing Seattle hardcore pioneers THE FARTZ are back with a bang! This live in the studio outburst was set up, recorded, and mixed in 14 hours straight by legendary Seattle knob-twiddler Jack Endino (Nirvana, Mudhoney).

LP 12.00€* CD 13.50€*

 

HARDCORE. FASTBREAK combine traditional hardcore roots with other influences. "whenever your ready" chronicles years of progression and style that FASTBREAK has become known for. This record could be compared to later GORILLA BICUITS or LIFETIME but FASTBREAK has created a sound that is all their own.

CD 12.50€*

 

POST-HARDCORE. Featuring former members of USURP SYNAPSE, RAPIDER THAN HORSEPOWER, REP SEKI and others, FAX ARCANA abandon the expected throat shredding vocals for a more melodic approach. The result is razor sharp guitar work, machine-like rhythms and vocals that lean more toward soulful than screaming. Yes, there is singing here. FAX ARCANA’s sound is urgent, angular, churning, and much too dark for the too easily tear-jerked crowd that spends rainy Sundays sipping tea and playing with their cats. For fans of VSS, CLIKITAT IKATOWI, NATION OF ULYSSES and UNWOUND.

LP 6.00€* CD 5.00€*

 

POST-HARDCORE. This ambitious Colorado sextet introduce darker, moodier and more melodic elements to the jagged screamo-prog for which they've become known. The result is a wildly imaginative mix of vitriolic post-hardcore, unteachable instrumentation and uncompromising lyricism that ought to confound as many rock critics as it deafens. Formerly known as FEAR BEFORE THE MARCH OF FLAMES - the band has returned with their new name and ultimate album.

CD 12.50€*

 

POST-HARDCORE. FEAR BEFORE THE MARCH OF FLAMES has forged its own path regardless of the current state of music. Formed in July 2002 the band set out to create a unique and relevant sonic experience. Drawing inspiration from the intricacies of CONVERGE, the varied time signatures of BOTCH and the temperament of THE BLOOD BROTHERS, they produced a distinctive combination of hardcore, metal and indie rock that was eclectic, fresh and frenetic.

CD 12.50€*

 

POST-HARDCORE. Originally released by Rise Records but now taken over by Equal Vision! Dynamic, chaotic and enthralling, Colorado screamo rockers FEAR BEFORE THE MARCH OF FLAMES drop their debut CD. Thrashing around like a wounded animal, Odd How People Shake is a potent sinus-clearing assault on the senses with enough raw rabid emotion and inflicting noise to seize your short attention span until it's ready to let you go. For fans of the BLOOD BROTHERS, HOPESFALL and NORMA JEAN.

CD 12.50€*

 

POST-HARDCORE. FEAR BEFORE THE MARCH OF FLAMES has forged its own path regardless of the current state of music. Thrashing around like a wounded animal, "The always open mouth" is a potent sinus-clearing assault on the senses with enough raw rabid emotion and inflicting noise to seize your short attention span until it's ready to let you go. Drawing inspiration from the intricacies of CONVERGE, the varied time signatures of BOTCH and the temperament of THE BLOOD BROTHERS, they produce a distinctive combination of hardcore, metal and indie rock that is eclectic, fresh and frenetic.

CD 12.50€*

 

HARDCORE. NYC hardcore mainstays FED UP return with 12 songs of simple, straightforward, street-wise hardcore in the vein of their earlier releases. A fine dose of Boston with hints from SLAPSHOT to NEGATIVE APPROACH, early NYC acts like AGNOSTIC FRONT and MURPHYS LAW and of course a hint of UK classics like BLITZ or ONE WAY SYSTEM. "sheer poetry" is highly recommended to fans of old-styled hardcore that enjoy any of the mentioned above bands.

LPcol 13.00€* CD 10.50€*

 

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