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HARDCORE. "bring it" is the 2nd full-length from Philly hardcore agitators. RAMBO mix the melodic hard driving crust sound of DISFEAR and WOLFBRIGADE with heavy mosh and the radical anarcho-punk provocation of CONFLICT. LP come with a full length DVD featuring live footage of RAMBO's out of control theatrical antics, tour documentaries and activism.

LP+DVD 14.50€*

 

THRASH-METAL. One-sided 3 track vinyl by the canadian thrash-metal band. Comes with silkscreened original artwork on the flipside. Limited to 500 copies.

LP 14.50€*

 

THRASH-METAL. Toronto's RAMMER play blazing metal that is equally combines fast thrash and brutal death-metal (ala early Earache Records). After tearing up Toronto since 1999, a new solid lineup bosltered by Joel Militia (formerly of LEFT FOR DEAD), and Jon Sharron (URANUS, CHOCKEHOLD etc.), is ready for world domination.

MLP 7.50€*

 

THRASH-METAL. "doomed to destroy, destined to die", which sees the band in full-on battering ram-bulldozer-wrecking ball mode. The album's 13 tracks memorably combine the charging rhythms of d-beat hardcore and the aggression of thrash with nwobhm-worthy guitar harmonies and grind's blinding speed. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

LP 18.50€*

 

THRASH-METAL. Packed to the brim with galvanizing riffs, breakneck solos and thunderous blastbeats comes "no epitaphs," the 3rd full-length from Richmond's RAMMING SPEED. "no epitaphs" is an absolute masterclass in venomous, ripping metal/thrash. Everything is still wrapped around d-beat, thrash and grind, but there's even more of an emphasis on ferociously catchy guitar wildness than ever before. According to the band, "no epitaphs" is RAMMING SPEED's most metal record to date by far. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

LP 18.50€*

 

THRASH-METAL/HARDCORE. A.N.S. continue to explore the realms of skate-hardcore, crossover, SUICIDAL TENDENCIES, MUNICIPAL WASTE and "my war" era BLACK FLAG. On the flipside RAMMING SPEED is channeling the early Earache grinding hardcore catalog and freshening it up with some serious whammy attack, duel lead, and thrash-metal guitars.

LP 14.50€*

 

PUNK-ROCK. Coming to the table once again with a hot and delicious punk-rock meal for the family, these ladies are quickly making a name for themselves as one of the most fun new bands on the Eastern Seaboard. This 7" is bound to be a favorite for the entire Philadelphia punk scene and beyond. Don't ever pass up what mom has to offer.

7"col 6.50€*

 

PUNK-ROCK. Following up their incredible debut, these badass Philly ladies are coming at ya' with 3 more. This is the 2nd of 3 planned 7" releases, with a lot more in the ol' purse yet to come. This stuff is primed and ready for anyone with a soft spot for THE RAMONES, and an appreciation for wit. Colored vinyl includes a digital download card.

7"col 6.50€*

 

PUNK-ROCK. "i want to live in outer space" progresses from their 1st album, although having fewer tracks than its predecessor, it showcases a broader diversity of genres, with influences from anywhere between celtic-punk and hardcore. The album still holds onto the RAMONAS already established sound whilst doing so, blending raw, hard punk riffs with melodic and catchy vocal/guitar lines. In a world where the ideals of punk remain relevant, the new tracks continue to touch upon very current topics such as global warming, poverty, animal testing and prejudice in modern day society.

MLP 12.50€*

 

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.

LP 23.00€*

 

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. "let the dominoes fall" is RANCID's 7th album; spanning 19 tracks, with RANCID's signature style once again shining through, blending raucous streetwise punk-rock with a hint of ska rhythms. This is a readymade classic that take its place beside "and out come the wolves" as a touchstone of the genre, filled with 2min. gems that every kid in the world will be singing along! Now available again on vinyl with a gatefold-cover.

DoLP 25.00€*

 

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. Colored double 10" comes with a gatefold-cover.

Do10"col 24.00€*

 

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.

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PUNK-ROCK. Without any reminiscing about their former band OPERATION IVY, Matt Freeman (bass) and Tim Armstrong (guitar/vocals) blast through their debut without any hints of ska or blatant CLASH plagiarizing. On the contrary, this album rips through 15 tracks of high-energy punk that's accompanied by heavy bass leads and Armstrong's permanently slurred vocals. And to top it all off, the lyrical content deals with urban blight and the lifestyle of being a public nuisance.

LP 23.00€*

 

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