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NEW WAVE. THE KVB is the audio/visual project of London youngsters Nicholas Wood and Kat Day, who combine reverb heavy wall of sound guitars, minimal haunting strings and grinding bass synths, messed up motorik drum machine beats and delay drenched vocals with a backdrop of imagery to accompany the symphony, that's nothing short of life affirming. THE KVB is a group with a sense of urgency about it, to do what they need to do, with full commitment and without delay. It's a tangible attitude that runs throughout "minus one". Thick 180gr vinyl.

LP 15.00€*

 

METAL/PUNK. They're called punk and metal, but at their hearts Norwegian berserkers KVELERTAK are the living, firebreathing embodiment of rock 'n' roll. Since their formation in 2006, they've built a die-hard fan-base hungry for their utterly ferocious live shows that have already burned two flaming tire-tracks across the globe. "meir" (translates to "more") onto the almost unsuspecting consciousness of our fine continent. The 11 uncompromising songs on "meir" all hinge their sound on something akin to both MOTÖRHEAD and QUEEN OF THE STONE AGE. Unlike the majority of heavier bands, they sing in their native language, adding even more character to their already unique sound. Toting artwork once again provided by John Baizley of Baroness. "meir" - an album that will surely be one of the cherries atop of your record collection.

DoLP 18.00€*

 

HARDCORE. KVOTERINGEN hail from the badlands of Sweden and the caustic sounds they detonante capture the intensity and the greatness of the Swedish hardcore-punk scene. "samshällets forrädäreis" is plain hardcore akin to MEANWHILE or TOTALITÄR, with who KVOTERINGEN share members. Serious hunk of raw and brutal hardcore with a hint of thrash, of the highly intense variety which has made those swedish bands famous.

LP 13.50€*

 

HARDCORE. The 12 songs take off from where the previous split with DEATH TOKEN ended. KYKLOOPPIEN SUKUPUUTTO deliever rugged hardcore with a good mix of hectic speeds and barked vocal shouts with slightly slower (never too slow) and quirkier riffing that gives them an unusual vibe. It's aggressive and sort of dark, but it's not too heavy. There's just a lot of distortion and a good amount of changeups to keep things interesting, and a lot of the chord progressions are pretty straightforward and have a fast early-80's US sort of style. The artwork is absolutely amazing, and with an embossed full-colour sleeve to boot these 12 songs of truthfully pissed off hardcore anthems has become mandatory in every collection.

LP 10.00€*

 

PROGRESSIVE-HARDCORE/METAL. From the ashes of seminal underground legends DAMAD, rise hardcore-metal gods KYLESA. Brutal, atmospheric and masochistic, KYLESA hypnotizes with an aural metal beating for a stagnant scene gasping for a breath of fresh air. "to walk a middle course" is an important piece of the KYLESA puzzle - a cornerstone of their unique sound, with influences ranging from hardcore to stoner-rock. This album will put KYLESA at the forefront of the art-core noise, doom-hardcore and metal scene. It still sounds as fresh and relevant as it did when it was released in 2005. Vinyl is newly remastered by the band and features new artwork.

LP 23.00€*

 

PROGRESSIVE-HARDCORE/HARDCORE. This split 7" was previously released in Europe by La Familia in 2009. This revamped Deathwish version is a brand new pressing and features new artwork and design by Ryan Patterson (Coliseum). Colored 7" includes a digital download card.

7"col 7.00€*

 

CRUST-HARDCORE. This is basically the perfect d-beat record of 2010. Avoiding the clichés of raw-sloppy-crust mess that's all too popular these days, KYLMÄ SOTA take cues from DISCLOSE but still sounds crisp and precise. Distortion aplenty that never gets in the way of song writing and execution. To top it all off, they throw in a cover of "if tomorrow don't comes" from the criminally underrated EVANCE, adding their own twist by singing it in Finnish.

LP 13.50€*

 

HARDCORE. After the split with RUINS from 2011, KYREST from Nuremberg, Germany release their 1st proper full-length record. Modern hardcore mixed with dark crust. KYREST is definitely more hardcore than crust. Influences of THE CURSED, TRAINWRECK or PERTH EXPRESS can be heard. The sound quality of the 8 tracks are top-notch. Undoubtedly their best release to date. All records comes with a nice 12-page booklet and includes a digital download card.

LP 10.00€*

 

HARDCORE. KYREST are back with their 2nd full-length, "life. life. disaccord." Once more you'll get dark, modern and emotional hardcore with hints of screamo and punk. Influences of CURSED or TRAINWRECK can be heard. Limited 1st pressing of 300 copies on 180gr thick vinyl includes a digital download card.

LP 10.00€*

 

POST-PUNK/NEW-WAVE. Three piece synth wave band from Stockholm, Sweden. Take heavy influence from LOST SOUNDS and GORILLA ANGREB. The 4 tracks of that keep you dancing and screaming along. Dual male/female vocals give rage and urgency to this ep. Heavy synth driven and echoing vocals with layered guitars and pounding drums, how could you go wrong.

7" 8.00€*

 

GARAGE-PUNK-ROCK. L.A. WITCH seized the moment by revisiting some of their early tracks and reshaping them into "octubre", a 5-song MLP that delves deeper into their darker side. Despite this new studio adventurism, the songs on "octubre" stay true to L.A. WITCH's vintage starknes. Thick 180gr, limited colored vinyl includes a digital download card.

MLPcol 17.00€*

 

GARAGE-PUNK. How often do we witness punk bands that seem to rebirth effortless clones of themselves when their previous projects disband? It seems unfamiliar to catch a band that challenge and progress with their sound. The now expired FREAK VIBE has reformed with their new vocalist, Gabe Gutierrez, as L.I. (a.k.a. LYSOL). Gabe's earnest vocals are a breathe of fresh air from a sound that was beginning to be pastiche of a signature Australian howl that once co-existed within the band. The swampy, reverb-drenched guitar is still accompanied by the pummeling and driving rhythm section. The sound still takes odes to the '60s and '70s, but now with bottled intensity of the early '80s. The soundtrack of overtly caffeinated, chain-smoking freaks. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

LP 15.50€*

 

NOISE-PUNK/INDUSTRIAL. Birthed from the intensely creative and genre-bending underground d.i.y. scene of NYC, L.O.T.I.O.N. has quickly become one of the most exciting bands of this network - gaining notoriety for their unique style of industrial cyberpunk and intense live shows. Blending noisy electronics with live instrumentation, the band draws inspiration from the harsh, minimal, electronic music of Detroit, '90s rave culture, and the blazing riffs of '80s UK punk. Vinyl includes a poster-inlay.

LP 17.50€*

 

NOISE-PUNK/INDUSTRIAL. The pair offer 11 abominations, calling upon distorted and manipulated samples, synths, drum machines and a perversion of traditional instrumentation to create a dystopian vision of a society in collapse. NYC’s L.O.T.I.O.N. could only exist in the now – the digital age ruled by a bloated capitalist tyrant consumed by a move toward totalitarianism. L.O.T.I.O.N. is hardcore in the digital age – bursting with nihilism, a sneering hatred for injustice and icy disdain for humanity. Citing the work of SCUMPUTER as a key influence, more conventional ideas from KILLING JOKE, PAILHEAD,. DAF and THROBBING GRISTLE appear and vanish through the duration of "campaign". The result is an eclectic yet totally cohesive trip through pop culture, media saturation, politics and more through the eyes of a skeptical, educated renegade.

LP 19.00€*

 

POST-PUNK. San Francisco's one and only LA CORDE have returned with their 3rd 7" of shadowy, driving, post-punk. Fresh off their split with CAT PARTY, "unmarked doors" features 2 new songs showcasing heavier, clearer production and more refined songwriting than any of LA CORDE's previous releases. Limited to only 300 copies, each copy includes a digital download card,

7" 5.50€*

 

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