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DOOM/STONER-METAL. After an extensive tour with Metallica, Texas' metal titans THE WORD return with their 3rd full-length that continues to worship the almighty riff as well as metal's forefathers BLACK SABBATH, SLEEP and IRON MAIDEN. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

LP 23.00€*

 

HARDCORE/METAL. New York's SWORN ENEMY burst on the scene in 1997 and delivered records for Jamey Jasta of Hatebreed's label, Stillborn Records, as well as albums for Century Media/Abacus, maturing their hybrid of crunching metal and New York hardcore sound all the while. "living on borrowed time" is the 1st record since 2009's "total world domination" and continues the band's legacy as one of the heaviest outfits to ever come from the Big Apple.

LP 17.50€*

 

HARDCORE-PUNK. The SYDNEY DUCKS is a band with exceedingly solid songs and lyrics that create their own distinct sound. Featuring ex-members of AIRFIX KITS, ACEPHALIX, OUR TURN and others, they clearly come from a wide variety of punk and hardcore backgrounds - and it shows. Their debut 7" is nearly sold-out and this follow-up to it is sure to be a hit as well.

7"col 6.00€*

 

HARDCORE-PUNK. The original pressing of the SYDNEY DUCKS self-released debut 7" is well out-print, but Pirates Press couldn't let that happen - it's too good. It has been re-mixed and re-mastered so it's louder and crisper than the 1st pressing. Colored 7" includes a digital download card.

7"col 6.00€*

 

PUNK-ROCK. One of the best and most underrated of the early West-Coast punk bands who started up in 1980 and who were quickly signed to Posh Boy. The band was right in line with contemporaries like T.S.O.L., CHANNEL 3, AGENT ORANGE and ADOLESCENTS. This reissue includes all the band's early Posh Boy material including their "self-titled" MLP from 1982 and their 1987 song from the punk compilation "the future looks brighter" plus unreleased demo and live songs circa 1980-1982. Includes never seen Ed Colver photos! Limited to 500 copies.

LP 14.00€*

 

OI!/HARDCORE-PUNK. France’s SYNDROME 81 started gaining momentum in the hardcore-punk scene with their demo, drawing comparisons to the plethora of great bands that defined the French oi! sound of the '80s with a heavy stomp culled from classic USHC. "beton nostalgie" LP is a collection of songs released on various previous releases - 18 songs from the demo, LITOVSK and URBAN SAVAGE splits, "desert urbain" and "la rouille du quotidien" 7"s. It's coming in a gatefold-jackets.

LP 12.00€* LP (US) 16.50€*

 

POST-PUNK-ROCK. There’s a new best band in San Francisco. And this band plays a beautiful cacophony of raw, frenetic guitars, fiercely pounded drums, and jerky yet oddly melodic vocals. Perfect timing and guitar damage reminiscent of the PROLETARIAT underscores a vocal delievery not dissimilar to THE OBSERVERS but less operatic and more desperate. It's jerky, derailed, and draws heavily from early post-punk, but chugs along at a classic punk tempo, blasting out totally agitated lyrics the whole time. This record is a tight, fuzzy underground treasure in the waiting. SYNTHETIC ID is reacting to their urban locale with more spite, damage and unnerving vitality.

LP 10.00€*

 

POST-PUNK-ROCK. SYNTHETIC ID play jerky and genuine jams for fans of WIPERS, THE FALL, PERE UBU and OBSERVERS. This 3 song banger is angular and deliberate, and the guitars are brilliant. Contributing member of FACE THE RAIL, ECOLI, YADOKAI, and HUNTING PARTY. This demo is short, to be sure, but so very sweet.

7" 5.00€*

 

HARDCORE-PUNK. This is the 1st full-length album from this Japanese hardcore-punk unit - and it's fucking furious! A non-stop barrage of roaring, howling insanity. Killer!

LP 14.50€*

 

HARDCORE. SYSTEMATIC DEATH who walk with GAUZE, LIP CREAM and DEATHSIDE as forefathers of the Japanese hardcore-punk scene drop 4 brand new ripping thrash tracks. These Japanese hardcore veterans are still alive and kicking ass, with powerhouse drumming by Koba of BASTARD fame. Intended as a special release for the 3 USA shows with DROP DEAD and the INMATES. This is a one time pressing, there will be no repress.

7" 7.50€*

 

HARDCORE. Vancouver, British Columbia's SYSTEMATIK is a raw mess of d-beat hardcore that has amazing energy and raging ferocity. These punks create a whirlwind of searing guitar chords, walls of crashing cymbals, dirty bass parts and insanely pissed off vocals. This is some rough, driving and nasty punk that's undeniably rad and will have you hooked right away. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

LP 11.50€*

 

HARDCORE. Raw hardcore from Vancouver, Canada with a solid d-beat backbone that doesn’t bore you to tears. Searing guitar work and a vocalist that can actually manage to convey his live frustration through recorded media, a rare feat. A distinct sound is hard to pinpoint. Influences range all over the place from DEATH SIDE to POISON IDEA. Members of UNLEARN and VACANT STATE.

LP 14.50€*

 

GRINDCORE/HARDCORE. "maximum entertainment" is the phantastic 9 song debut which starts together with ACME the whole Bremen-style hype. These are ultra intense, infernal, sick and brutal hardcore-attacks with a death-metal-edge and exceptional soundsamplings. Members included former and current members of CAROL and MÖRSER. A great production and fine coverartwork. [PK 004]

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HARDCORE-PUNK. Hannovers' newcomers T-34 with their debut release. Double guitars, pounding bass, heavy drums and a singer which leaves you scared to the bone! T-34 from have something for everyone in their music and lyrics! T-34 mix of mid '80s UK-hardcore, driving punk tunes and a hint of Japanese styled hardcore - all well played with skill and taste. Feature members of NOVEMBER 13TH, CAVE CANEM, PIAZZA DROPOUT, KIDS OF THE BLACK HOLE etc..

LPcol 10.00€*

 

HARDCORE-PUNK. This is the 2nd strike by Hannovers madhouse. You'll get 10 aggressive tracks of outbursting anger against everything in about 20min. speak a clear language - sounds like an unemployed doesn't get his dole in time. An unstoppable force of hardcore-punk not needing a description by naming a whole new genre.

LP 10.00€*

 

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