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METAL/HARDCORE. Revived out of the ashes of defunct Danish hardcore band SPINKICK, LIFESICK is spitting out their debut release, crammed with brutal breakdowns, infectious filthy riffs and direct forceful vocals, LIFESICK crush with a beatdown that oozes black- and death-metal hateful, depressive, blackened hardcore. LIFESICK's 1st output "6.0.1." combines the love for heavy music with strong lyrics from the heart about life, depression, mind plague.

LP 19.00€*

 

POWER-VIOLENCE HARDCORE. LIFESPITE is ready to pound your worthless skull to dust. Bringing you six tracks of contempt and disgust for mankind, this is crude, blunt and negative. This Dutch power-violence outfit is taking their cues from bands like INFEST, LEFT FOR DEAD, DESPISE YOU or HAYMAKER, and their severely pissed-off debut 7" is a bracing blast of pure, unadulterated negativity, nailing that '90s power-violence sound.

7" 6.00€*

 

MELODIC-HARDCORE. Finally re-pressed. While the majority of bands who comprised the sudden burst of early '90s hardcore began disbanding or finding themselves creatively spent, LIFETIME deftly reinvented their sound, style and substance. This album is upbeat, melodic, aggressive and memorable. "Hello bastards" redefines hardcore for the '90s with a perfect blend of foot stompers and singalongs. Need more be said? Get this! (Colored) vinyl includes a digital download card.

LPcol 24.00€* LP 22.00€*

 

MELODIC-HARDCORE. Finally re-pressed. The final release by one of hardcore's most renowned artists accurately recreates the invincible formula of their breakthrough album while refining its ingredients and retaining the progressive and uplifting edge that launched their legend. While enervated scenesters talk about hardcore-punk in the past tense, there every so often comes a band like LIFETIME to remind us how invigorating and relevant the genre can be with a little bit of passion and sincerity. (Colored) vinyl includes a digital download card.

LPcol 24.00€* LP 22.00€*

 

HARDCORE. Featuring ex-members of WITH HONOR, AMBITIONS, and a slew of other Connecticut veterans, LIFT comes out of the gates with both guns blazing, offering up three songs of incredibly dynamic, '90s-inspired hardcore along the lines of SNAPCASE, ONE KING DOWN. These songs hit the listener with overwhelming power and clarity. Colored vinyl includes a silkscreened b-side.

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INDIE/EMO-ROCK. Though "overreactor" isn't the 1st release from Chicago's LIFTED BELLS, the 4-song record serves as a perfect introduction to the band for all of those unacquainted. "overreactor" is a demonstration of carefully crafted mathy-emo instrumentals, paired with the familiar emotion and insight that vocalist Bob Nanna has been working through for decades in various projects like BRAID, HEY MERCEDES and THE CITY ON FILM. Colored vinyl includes a digital download card.

MLPcol 17.50€*

 

PROGRESSIVE-HARDCORE/METAL. LIGHT BEARER is a six-piece band from England and features members from bands like FALL OF EFRAFA, DUNGEONS and MOMENTUM. "beyond the infinite: the assembly of god" is the introducing of the 4 following LIGHT BEARER albums. Musically LIGHT BEARER weave viola and piano with progressivemetal, ambient post-rock and crescendos of melodic post-hardcore. This release is limited to 500 copies. A must for those who are into bands like NEUROSIS, ENVY, GODSPEED YOU BLACK EMPEROR. Vinyl comes with a screenprinted b-side.

LP 12.00€*

 

PROGRESSIVE-HARDCORE/METAL. LIGHT BAERER features Alex from FALL OF EFRAFA on vocals and people from the old english hardcore band DUNGEONS. LIGHT BEARER mixing their love of ambient post-rock, post-metal, beats, noise and experimental soundscapes. NORTHLESS lends 2 tracks to the split. Those are the 1st recording since the "clandestine abuse" release and it shows growth and depth as well as the well-forged rage and inherent sadness they've become known for musically. NORTHLESS has expanded on their original style of atmospheric sludgy-metal and gone beyond the barrier that holds lesser bands back. This split-release is housed in a skillful package - 180gr vinyl with heavy gatefold-cover.

LPcol 14.00€* LP 11.00€*

 

DEATH-METAL. After a decade of silence between albums, LIGHT THE CITY has returned with 10 blazing tracks that capture the band's tendency toward extreme melody and intensity, honoring the Swedish sound of the '90s. Having spent the past decade performing and touring in numerous other bands, the 5 members of LIGHT THE CITY have only honed and shaped their skills and musicianship since their 2008-released "stormchaser". Thick 180gr, colored vinyl includes a digital download card.

LPcol 18.50€* CD 11.50€*

 

HARDCORE. Not simply a throwback to early '80s hardcore, Philadelphia's LIGHTEN UP play fast and pissed off melodic hardcore in the vein of PAINT IT BLACK in a time when hardcore bands call SLAYER more of an influence than MINOR THREAT and BAD BRAINS. Their debut record, "absolutely not", throws out 12 songs. Vinyl version includes a digital download card.

LP 7.50€*

 

INDIE/ELECTRO-POP. LIGHTNING DUST's self-titled debut was a hushed, intricate folk affair, while "infinite light" found a middle ground between SUICIDE and FLEETWOOD MAC era pop. So when they geared up to make the music that would become "fantasy", the pair was looking for a new sonic stamp. LIGHTNING DUST's 3rd proper full-length finds its inspiration in skeletal synth pop,modern r&b beats, the films of John Carpenter and - in accordance with LIGHTNING DUST's only longstanding rule - absolute minimalism. It is a menacing, almost gothic electro-pop churner, marching from an oscillating beat to an anthemic thunderstorm of synth textures. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

LP 16.00€*

 

INDIE/ELECTRO-ROCK. LIGHTNING DUST is the side-project of BLACK MOUNTAIN's Amber Webber and Joshua Wells. Where BLACK MOUNTAIN were raggedly aggressive, and prone to spiking their chunky metal boogies and stoner psych-rock with squawking free-jazz sax and satanic imagery, LIGHTNING DUST are more restrained and measured, swaddling their electric piano grooves in strings - while Webber's vocals have shrunk to a tremulous warble more akin to Devendra Banhart.

LP 16.00€*

 

METALCORE. Though not a revolutionary step forward by any means, the transition LIKE MOTHS TO FLAMES has made with "dark divine" is one with positive implications for the band, broadening their sound a bit further and breathing an elixir of sorts into their longevity. To put it simply, vocalist Chris Roetter has essentially put his clean vocals at the forefront this time around, making his screams more of an accompaniment in most cases throughout the new record. These 11 songs bring the band forward in a whole new light, progressing to a sound that is sure to capture the attention of new listeners, while not abandoning their core fanbase that has supported them from the beginning. Colored vinyl includes a digital download card.

LPcol 22.00€*

 

GRIND/DEATH-METAL. This self-titled effort is the 2nd 7" from Chicago's LIKE RATS, and it tears through 5 tracks of viciously aggressive metal in about 13min.. Apparently they're heavily influenced by CELTIC FROST, and you can definitely hear some of that in the pounding surges of midpaced riffs that pop up throughout the compositions. So, if you can imagine a frantic, blasting form of hardcore that has a power-violence sort of undercurrent thanks to the CELTIC FROST worship, and also flirts with touches of black-metal and Swedish-tinged d-beat… the result would be pretty damn close to LIKE RATS. This was originally released by Cosmic Debris in a limited edition of 300 copies. * RECORD STORE DAY 2013 *

7" 8.50€*

 

GRIND/DEATH-METAL. Chicago's LIKE RATS is a band who easily manage to keep off the grid, since they share members with local power-violence enthusiasts WEEKEND NACHOS. Since releasing their self-titled 7" in 2009, LIKE RATS has found time to record a punishing 9 track LP that results in something akin to the early death-metal of ASPHYX. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

LPcol 19.50€*

 

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