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HARDCORE. Tokyo, Japan-based VIVISICK drop their ravenous 2nd full-length via Tank Crimes Records. Twenty years into their existence, Japan's VIVISICK offer up a new album of blazing fastcore in the form of "nuked identity". The 10-track bruiser and follow-up to 2008's blazing "respect and hate" long player was tracked at Sonic Band Studio in Tokyo and boasts 23min. of deliciously manic hardcore doused in boisterous singalongs, melody and wackiness for fans of THE STALIN and traditional Japcore. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

LP 16.00€* CD 13.50€*


PUNK-ROCK. VIXENS are a low-fi hardcore band from Halifax, Canada which reeks of irreverent punk. These 4 women take you on a deranged 9 song trip telling you about their personal habits with absolutely complacency until you learn that you can live without thinking. A Crucial mess if I am allow to say it.?

LP 14.50€*


ELEKTRO-PUNK. Following the destructive dramatics of their highly acclaimed, widely sought after album on Coalition, these stalwarts of snobbery return with 3 more low-fi sci-fi anthems to provoke and annoy. Featuring members of DAS OATH, HOLY MOLAR, and CHARLES BRONSON, VMW soaks influeneces from early Italian New-Wave, ROXY MUSIC to present something truly obscure and enjoyable to kill to. Another essential limited pressing from Youth Attack.

7"col 5.50€*


HARDCORE. Tokyo's VOCO PROTESTA 2nd album finally arrives. Moving away from their extremely noisy 7"s and working along the lines of their "vojo al libereco" LP from 2009 their 12 track LP brings to mind early '80s Swedish hardcore bands ala CRUDE SS or SVART PARAD as well as Italian/Spanish anarchist bands from the same period like IV REICH and WRETCHED. All ran thru their own Japanese filter and with a crystal clear recording. Sang integrally in Esperanto with a strong anarchist message "neniam konfidu al la stato" ("never trust the state") is a fresh hope statement against the stale world we live in.

LP 14.50€*


HARDCORE. Tokyo's VOCO PROTESTA blend the best of the last years of Japanese distorted hardcore with the early '80s European attitude. Their sound has changed a touch since their three 7"s - it’s more dynamic, perhaps less CONFUSE and more CRUDE SS. Highly idealistic anarchist lyrics about a better world sang in Esperanto. Their sonic approach is still distorted, primitive and urgent. Fast and angry. "vojo el libereco" is a classic slice of raw hardcore for any fans of GLOOM, FRAMTID, FRIGORA and other masters of the black and white high contrast artwork.

LP 14.50€*


THRASH-HARDCORE. San Francisco’s VOETSEK offer up 8 tracks of raging thrash violence. This is their follow up to "the castrator" full-length on Six Weeks. Fans of SPAZZ to HIRAX and MUNICPAL WASTE will rock out to this slab.

7" 6.00€*


THRASH-HARDCORE. San Francisco's VOETSEK should be known from their whole bunch of previous releases. They offer up 3 tracks of raging thrash-violence. Fans of SPAZZ to HIRAX will rock out to this slab. Bay-Area thrash as it's best. Germany's COLD WAR (don't mix them up with the US-band) feature members of MÖNSTER, SKRUPEL etc.. They play brutal hardcore in the same vein as their counterpart. You'll get 5 tracks and a cover of "cold war" by SIEGE. A shure winner!

7"col 6.00€*


HARDCORE-PUNK. Plenty of folks who grew up with hardcore have since moved onto its noisier or artier or less-traditional cousins. VOGUE's "pompshit" is sourced in the early '80s loose-booty hardcore-punk with some hints into the tightly wound treble-spray of early '90s noise-rock. It's an ugly sound - sometimes frenzied and sometimes totally entropic. Unlike so much music in 2010, VOGUE doesn't want to inflate your sense of euphoria. The songs on the record are what you can expect from VOGUE - harsh, raw, unexpected tempo juggling. They want to stub out enthusiasm like a cigarette on a forehead. This album is diverse, but VOGUE ain't no dilettantes. If you like their former stuff you'll love those tracks, too!

LP 10.00€*


HARDCORE. While organizing the Dischord archive, they came across the 4-track of VOID's 1st recording session. This was done at Hit And Run Studios in 1981 and never officially released. The master tape was nowhere to be found so the tape was remixed by Ian MacKaye and Don Zientara at Inner Ear in 2011. This release features that entire session plus their 1st Inner Ear demo including the "flex your head" cuts and song that ended up on the "condensed flesh" 7", 2 outtakes from their 2nd Inner Ear session and a couple of live recordings. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

LP 17.50€*


HARDCORE. "disturbia" is a short, sharp and brutal slice of modern hardcore from VOID OF VISION. Debut album "children of chrome" (2016) won acclaim from the media worldwide, and this limited-edition 7" takes a new look at everyday life and the dark things lurking beneath the surface in inimitable style.

7" 8.00€*


PUNK-ROCK. Southern California's THE VOIDS return with their 2nd full-length of female fronted vocals backed with early '80s influenced punk-rock (SIN 34, RED SCARE, VICE SQUAD). Truly one of the most popular bands to have emerged from Orange County, Ca THE VOIDS sell-out all venues and for good reason. Fast paced, powerful in your face punk-rock! Catchier than THE CLAP and twice as hard to get rid of. Strictly limited, handnumbered and handscreened vinyl edition!

LP 14.50€*


POST-PUNK. Coming off the heels off a mounting barrage of thick post-punk releases in previous years, VOIGHT KAMPFF pushes out another assault of aggressive and atmospheric post-punk with their new LP "the din of dyinmg youth". Through the screeches and tears, faint optimistic veils drift in and out, spiraling around the tracks like a miasma. Clocking in at just over 20min., "the din of dying youth" delivers a solid line without fluff or filling, striking both sides of the alternative melancholy buzz, from Creation Records to the steel grinding steel noise of Touch & Go. This is a perfect blend of sonic sounds and the resulting in nothing less than dark-wave purity. A referral for steady listeners of JOY DIVISION, MERCHANDISE, and ICEAGE. Vinyl comes with a die-cut sleeve and includes a digital download card).

LP 16.50€*


POST-PUNK. The 1st new VOIGHT-KAMPFF recording in 3 years and what a gem it is. Now residing in separate states, VOIGHT-KAMPFF return with 2 new dark, moody tracks rooted in punk but definitely post-punk in delivery. "last house on the right" is the definitive standout of the 2 with new-wavy guitar rhythm combined with baritone vocals, making this a one of the better post-punk tracks of 2014. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

7" 6.50€*


POST-PUNK. VOIGHT KAMPFF have been working on these sounds since the last millennium. Far from a goth-punk rehash, this project leans heavily on guitar driven post-punk, so much so that it’s easy to overlook the superb brooding vocals and even to miss the subtle keyboards and concentrate on the gloriously simple guitar leads. The 2 fellows at the center of VOIGHT-KAMPFF know exactly what they are up to and are no strangers to killer sounds (dude from CARDIAC ARREST and FORMALDEHYDE JUNKIES/DAMAGE DEPOSIT), but this is easily their finest work to date. Easily lumped in with both Swedish melodic sounds like VICIOUS or with the current '80s dark punk resurgence, this is one of the few fortunate bands who sound instantly familiar and fiercely original at the same time. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

LP 14.00€*


POST-ROCK. It's been 4 years since the 1st VOLCANO CHOIR album, "unmap", provided a glimpse into the collaborative mindset between a singer and a band that inspired him. Pull the life from the record and share it with tiny segments of the world. "repave" brings VOLCANO CHOIR into sharp focus. The glitch-laden, cautious presentation of the band's previous work serves as points of both reference and departure across these eight songs, the product of growing conviction and trust, of a fully-operational rock band, gifted in shading and nuance, and rumbling with power. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

LP 16.50€* CD 14.50€*


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