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HARDCORE. RAMALLAH is the product of Rob Lind (BLOOD FOR BLOOD, SINNERS AND SAINTS) taking a quick snapshot of the current turmoil of the world with the angry camera of his soul. Musically, RAMALLAH blends apocalyptic metal and chorus-oriented hardcore with eerie melody to result in a potent style of aggressive music. On RAMALLAH's debut full length, "kill a celebrity", Rob cohesively blends the best elements of metal, hardcore, and rock 'n' roll, to create a challenging and disturbing epic masterpiece that is as much political and prophetic as it is personal and revealing.

CD 13.00€*


HARDCORE. RAMBO hail from Philadelphia and play heavy, fast, and thrashy hardcore that has great singalongs and mosh parts all over the place. Their lyrics span a variety of topics including riding bikes, moshing, riots, anarchy, religion, and a whole bunch of other important shit. This band stands for a lot of serious things, but also takes time to have fun, which is the way it should be. Their LP comes with a huge lyric booklet, filled to the brim with explanations and information, not to mention the incredible artwork of Mike Bukowski. The CD version features an 18min. video that has clips from a bunch of RAMBO shows that are just a total fucking riot, literally! The band wears camo and stages huge riot re-enactments with kids in the pit dressed up as either cops or protestors.

CD 10.50€*


PUNK-ROCK. "and out come the wolves" combines Dylanesque portrayals of down-and-out streetlife and personal experience with tunefully concise, dynamic songwriting to create an enduring body of work that grows better with each listen and every passing year. Styles range from the recklessly belligerent punk-rock rampage to masterful pop craftsmanship and to fully realized punk/ska hybrid. This record is deservedly among the most influential and successful of its time.

CD 11.50€*


PUNK-ROCK. "honor is all we know" is much like RANCID's other records in the sense that it is filled with the stories and characters that populate the band's lives, and reflects the cultural and political climate in which it was written and recorded. It has classic RANCID songcraft: 2 minute songs packed with melody, personally empathetic and politically denunciatory. But "honor is all we know" is also unique in that it is filled with the growing insight of a band who has been doing this for a while now. Vinyl includes a CD version with an additional track.

LP+CD 23.00€*


PUNK-ROCK. RANCID's 2nd full-length, released in 1994, is disarmingly good from start to finish. With roots set firmly in their Berkeley punk-rock origins, on "let's go" RANCID set out with heart, soul and vehemence to reach new heights in their music. All the of the songs bristle with the unmatched signature of Tim Armstrong's intensely evocative writing style.

CD 11.50€*


PUNK-ROCK. A year long project that took the band from San Francisco to Los Angeles, New York, New Orleans and Jamaica, "life won't wait" has highlights that are as varied as they are rewarding. Of the 2 songs actually recorded in Jamaica, is a poignant addict's lament with sweet soulful vocal assists from Hepcat, while the title track features Tim and Lars sparring with dancehall kingpin Buju Banton against a canvas of urgent old school ska. Self-produced, culled from life experience, and played live in large measure, "life won't wait" is as ambitious and independent as it gets.

CD 11.50€*


HARDCORE. Detroit's favorite illegitimate sons RAZZLE DAZZLE are back with their much anticipated debut full-length, "Strictly saucers". Twelve THC-infused party anthems, merging big SABBATH riffs, hip hop flows, and NYHC worship, easily (and thankfully) setting them apart from their boring hardcore contemporaries. If you miss the days of the beer-spraying, bong-ripping BEASTIE BOYS, RAZZLE DAZZLE will surely quench your cottonmouth.

CD 12.50€*


THRASH-HARDCORE/METAL. When a band forms, as RED DEATH did in late 2013, primarily out of reverence for CORROSION OF CONFORMITY - and especially when half the members hail from North Carolina - their 2nd album is bound to have a lot riding on it. Everything that made 2015's "permanent exile" and 2016's "deterrence" 7" classics has been amplified on the new album: the solos soar higher, the riffs penetrate deeper, the rhythm section pounds harder and with more precision, and the vocals are more unhinged. From their 1st practice in D.C. some years ago, RED DEATH has been heirs to the proudest of traditions in the heavy-music underground, and with "formidable darkness", they've fulfilled their immense promise - just in time for the world's ignominious end.

LP 20.50€* CD 13.50€*


PUNK-ROCK. The RED DONS are the continuation of THE OBSERVERS. After members abruptly left the band in 2005, THE OBSERVERS' lead singer teamed up with some other guys (member from CLOROX GIRLS as well) and re-named this new line-up RED DONS. "death to idealism" is the group's 1st full-length album, and is perfect for fans of THE VICIOUS, NO HOPE FOR THE KIDS, CLOROX GIRLS, and of course THE OBSERVERS. As to be expected, this record stays in tune with the melancholy, melodic, and sometimes unpredictable punk sounds of THE OBSERVERS.

CD 8.00€*


PUNK-ROCK. RED DONS (contains former/current members of CLOROX GIRLS, BORN/DEAD, SODA POP KIDSm PHYSICAL CHALLENGE) successfully develops their unique style even further. Coded lyrics about vagabond characters moving back and forth between the lines of the current climate of fear and suspicion that has been brought upon the USA by the war on terror. Again, consistent songwriting and a great production make this record stand out among the current competition. Combining TSOL-like vocals, So-Cal punk rage, and the defiant melancholy of Northwesterners like the WIPERS. This powerful release rises above the stack of contemporaries that take on the early '80s punk sound. No retro fashion hype, no flavor of the month.

LP 15.00€* CD 10.00€*


HARDCORE-PUNK. RED HANDED's debut full-length is 14 tracks full of raging, pissed off hardcore-punk from the San Francisco Bay-Area. Following in the footsteps of THE NERVE AGENTS and OUTBREAK, this band combines a similar formula of raw hardcore riffs, punk-rock rhythm, and angry vocals. It's no secret that these guys love BLACK FLAG, early '80s hardcore, and all things Dischord, and this album after an outstanding 7" is the evidence. Stay tuned; this is the next generation of Bay-Area hardcore-punk.

LPcol 8.00€* CD 4.50€*


POST/EMO-HARDCORE. Consider "nites of midnite" by RED HARE, which is basically 3/4 of the guys from SWIZ, one of D.C.’s lesser-known but still beloved bands from the '80s. If you go looking for the old SWIZ energy you’ll find it, especially in vocalist Shawn Brown’s voice, which still appealingly straddles the line between growly and enunciative. If you go looking for something relatively fresh, you might find it in the drumming by Joe who played in GARDEN VARIETY in the ’90s. New pressing on blue vinyl with updated cover artwork includes a digital download card.

LPcol 17.50€* CD 13.50€*


METALCORE. RED I FLIGHT come storming out of Detroit with their scathing debut record, "the years". The style is a mixture of metal, metalcore, and a healthy dose of hardcore creating a sound that is not a stranger to any, yet not really welcome in any one. They are most likely to be labeled as either metalcore or post-hardcore. There are plenty of heavy, abrasive riffs, pummeling breakdowns and furious vocals fashion the blueprint of this intense and energetic band.

CD 3.00€*


POST-HARDCORE. REFUSED is fucking alive. There's no escape. The iconic Swedish hardcore band is releasing "freedom", their 1st album in 17 years. In 1998, REFUSED released their iconic album "the shape of punk to come". It was also the year that the band broke up and declared "refused are fucking dead". "freedom" explodes out of the speakers with opening track "elektra", as vocalist Dennis Lyxzen's throat-shredding declaration that "nothing has changed" catapults REFUSED into the 21st century. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

LP 20.50€* CD 11.50€*


POST-HARDCORE. A pure classic. Revolutionary at its time and still redefining and challenging over a decade after its original release, Refused created an album that calls the spirit of hardcore, punk and politics into question through an open and confrontational opus. On "the shape of punk to come", complex rhythms, hardcore rage, political activism and a dose of experimental sonic atmospherics, all smashed together to create a seamless ball of energy.

DoLP 26.00€* CD 11.50€*


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