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DEATHCORE. HALO OF GUNFIRE, hailing from the picturesque central California coastland, take the new-school extreme metal sound to a level only seen in such acts as BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD, JOB FOR A COWBOY and DESPISED ICON, and omit clean, sung vocals entirely.

MCD 3.50€*


METALCORE/POST-ROCK. Blending modern metal, rock 'n' roll and contemporary hardcore, Orlando, Florida's HAND TO HAND pick up where they left off from "A perfect way to say goodbye" with this limited edition MCD. These 5 tracks once again display the band's ability to write breakdowns mixed with catchy hooks, bringing to mind bands like THRICE, THE ALMOST and UNDEROATH.

MCD 8.50€*


POST-HARDCORE. "design the end/follow the horizon" can easily be characterized as a hardcore and rock fused metal album with an ear for incredible hooks and catchy melodies. The boys from Florida let go of the boundaries and limitations that their previous efforts had placed on them and focused on great dynamics and a mature, yet fresh approach. For fans of ANBERLIN, UNDEROATH, ESCAPE THE FAITH and HASTE THE DAY.

CD 14.00€*


POP-PUNK. HANDGUNS, the hardest-working pop-punk band in the game, is back with their 3rd full-length album. "disenchanted" is packed with punk-rock anthems, sing-alongs and, to no surprise, angst. Colored vinyl includes a digital download card.

LPcol 21.00€* CD 12.50€*


EMO/POST-HARDCORE. Since their debut in 2012, HANDS LIKE HOUSES has been making waves in their scene. Now HANDS LIKE HOUSES are ready to kick things up another notch with their 12 track 3rd full-length album, "dissonants". From beginning to end, "dissonants" is packed with catchy choruses and soaring melodies that fans are sure to love. Colored vinyl includes a CD version.

LPcol+CD 21.00€*


SXE-HARDCORE. From the ashes of MOUTHPIECE, this is what lies ahead. This MCD feature 6 instant sxe-hardcore anthems sure to please.

MCD 8.00€*


HARDCORE. "sleep tall" consists of 15 tracks written after the principle of maximum musical energy effect per second. "sleep tall" is not a tribute to BAD BRAINS, BLACK FLAG or MINOR THREAT. It is a competent refinement of a genre that most new bands misinterpret. Features former members of Norway's most infamous straight-edge bands, TIEBREAK and FAIRFUCK. Vinyl includes a CD version.

LP+CD 20.00€*


INDIE-ROCK/POST-PUNK. This is HARAM's 2nd full-length and features the new expanded lineup. Few current acts can match the intensity and vibrancy of HARAM. Unrelenting and forward, "Drescher" shows a group possessing a mature, tempered confidence that only comes with experience and do-it-yourself resolve.

CD 5.00€*


HARDCORE. After a debut 7" and multiple east coast tours, HARDER THE FIGHT, from the Boston area, present another awesome inspiring release. These 5 songs are passionate, fast and occasionally heavy, with mosh parts, breakdowns and gang vocals. HARDER THE FIGHT taking cues from current heavyweights DOWN TO NOTHING, KILLING THE DREAM and BLACKLISTED.

MCD 6.00€*


HARDCORE. To introduce the world to their recorded output, HARDSIDE offered up a, 7" in 2011 via 6131 Records. While serving as a great early taste of their potential, it's not until their full-length, "time is punishment", that the band fully realizes their music prowess. "time is punishment" exhibits a masterful blending of their hardcore roots with more metallic influences. HARDSIDE play a no-frills version of their favorite bands like MERAUDER and LEEWAY. Colored vinyl includes a digital download card.

LPcol 12.00€* DigiCD 8.00€*


TECH-METAL. Abrasive, discordant and caustic - HARLOTS’ Lifeforce Records debut, "Betrayer" integrates elements of grind, hardcore, noise and metal with a ferocious, technical delivery. With influences ranging from DISORDANCE AXSIS and CRYPTOPSY to SIGUR ROS and DON CABALLERO, they combine every form of extreme music then shatter it to pieces with an ambient wall of sound. "Betrayer" is an impressive blend of hardcore, noise, grind and metal that’ll have existing fans of the band, as well as new followers, shredding hard well after the album as ended.

CD 12.50€*


METAL/HARDCORE. The evolution of HARMS WAY continues with "blinded". These 5 track are crusher from start to finish and are the heaviest and most adventurous so far - all of it fueled by a vitriol and pain that makes them stronger than all. Vinyl version includes a digital download card.

MLPcol 15.50€* MCD 8.50€*


METAL/HARDCORE. Over the span of three 7"s and a LP, the sound of Chicago's HARMS WAY evolved from power-violence to trash-styled hardcore and on "isolation", the band's 2nd full-length, they throw sludgy elements of EYEHATEGOD into the mix while still delivering breakdown-laden jams people have come to expect.

CD 13.00€*


HARDCORE/METAL. "rust" is the new album from HARMS WAY. Brutal and meticulously refined, "rust" brilliantly combines industrial repetition (think GODFLESH), metal attack (think SEPULTURA, HELMET, CELTIC FROST) and hardcore aggression, showing that HARMS WAY has emerged from the wreckage of past genres as the new, high watermark of heavy in contemporary aggressive music. Opener "infestation" stomps with machine-like precision before plunging into a depressing sonic dirge, while songs like "law of the land" and others introduce guitar and electronic-driven atmospherics into the arsenal. Colored (ginger ale) vinyl comes housed in a die-cut cover and includes a digital download card.

LPcol 17.50€* CD 12.50€*


OI/STREET-PUNK. It's been almost a decade since bringing you the "Sounds Of The Street," and now the East Bay street-punk/oi boys HARRINGTON SAINTS deliver yet another round of their intense, hard-edge sounds with "bettin' on a longshot: the singles collection". Digging through almost 10 years, many of which until now were only available in a vinyl format, HARRINGTON SAINTS brings you some pint-raising, good-time standards, as well as two new unreleased gems. This collection is a great, much needed addition to the band's previous full-length releases. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

LP 15.00€* CD 12.00€*


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