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DOOM/SLUDGE-METAL. Following a CD release on Candlelight Records, the 7-track album receives a much warranted vinyl pressing. The thundering war drums, the voices of the old ones, the monolithic rumble of the war charge; COLTSBLOOD head unto the breach once more with a double LP of new war hymns, "into the unfathomable abyss". Following on from 2013's self-released demo and their split with CRYPT LURKER, the battle-charged trio from Liverpool present their latest offering of crushing, often suffocating, doom. The trio are primal, bleak, utterly devastating and dripping with tar-black sludge. If you're sick of GRIEF, CELTIC FROST, CONAN and INDIAN you should buy this gem. Double LP comes in a gatefold-sleeve, strictly limited to 300 copies.

DoLP 14.00€*


HARDCORE. Hailing from all over California, MOTHERSPEED offer up 2 songs about the Sega classic "altered beast". Plus 2 CIRCLE JERKS covers! Fast, thrashy hardcore in the vein of LIFE'S HALT. RETARD STRENGTH from Philadelphia play a rough and burly style of old East-Coast hardcore, not really sounding like any band or anything but the style. They offer 5 songs on their side which 2 of them being covers - a song by LOAFASS and the infamous ARYAN DISGRACE tune which they chose as a cover. Full color cover for sheer absurdity, have at it!

7"col 3.00€*


PUNK-ROCK. KOHOSH is a band from Seattle with members of AGATHA, CONTRAVENE, GARMONBOZIA, SKARP to name a few. You'll get 5 powerful songs of female fronted melodic anarcho-punk with cello strating where their previous bands started. Some band, how about this? SPITBOY, REMAINS OF THE DAY, ZOUNDS, THE MOB, POST REGIMENT, SUBMISSION HOLD... Yeah, they are certainly working within the frame of amazing inspiration and pure heart. If this is the sound of modern anarchy and social change, you'll probably on board as well. Limited pressing of 500 copies on black vinyl.

LP 6.00€*


HARDCORE-PUNK. Calling THE PROLETARIAT a hardcore band is a big stretch, at least if you're talking about hardcore as a musical style. While the other Boston bands were defining a local sound based on speed and brutality, the PROLETARIAT were melding the styles of their heroes the SEX PISTOLS and GANG OF FOUR to create sparse, edgy, but always hyper-aggressive melodic hardcore-punk. In '81 they put out a 7-song demo tape called "distortion". Some of these songs would end up on their 1st LP, but only after THE PROLETARIAT were introduced to a wider hardcore audience through the seminal compilations "this is boston, not l.a." and "unsafe at any speed". The band came into their own with the release of their 1st LP, "soma holiday" on the Radiobeat label in 1983. This record contains 18-blasting art-punk anthems that tackle a variety of social issues. Although more direct in their critique than GANG OF FOUR, the PROLETARIAT never had the blatant agenda of CRASS.

LP 8.00€*


FOLK/EMO-PUNK. YESTERDAY'S RING (aka SAINTE CATHERINES) are back with 9 country-folk-punk songs. One this 3rd recording, the band leans on the country side more than ever before, making use of good ole' instruments such as mandolin and banjo. If you liked their other releases, you'll love this one. This is by far their best recording. Perfect for your late night drinking or an afternoon playing horseshoes with friends.

LP 5.00€*


POST-PUNK. California's NAKED LIGHTS's debut vinyl curating tracks from last years limited "chime grove" tape release. This vinyl release features several new additions. Employing early '80s antics integrated with sublime worldly, post-punk, minimal and kosmische overtones help mark this release as a powerful jumping off point for NAKED LIGHTS. This release charts an important initial offering in NAKED LIGHTS no doubt prolific future. Preceding an amalgamation of newer full band compositions, "chime grove" will hold up as a classic, a musically free and expansive listen. Featuring members of TRISTEZA and lots of other bands you probably can not remember.

LP 6.00€*


INDIE/ELECTRO-POP. NYTEOWL's 1st full-length, "life", follows a string of successful 7"s, including "valentine" that featured heart-pumping electro-soul jams. "life" adds a dark twist to those elastic synth beats - like sounds emitting from a Bladerunner nightclub. Aptly titled, "life", expels a range of emotions that illustrate the rollercoaster ride that life indeed is. It represents the soul-felt journey through ups and downs that everyone goes through while evoking a poignantly dark, digital future. "life" is 9 tracks of spaced-out electronic-pop from. Limited to 300 copies.

LP 5.00€*


GARAGE/ALTERNATIVE-ROCK. LANDLORD with members from DEFIANCE, OHIO deliever 4 new songs - a Fuzzed-out, super poppy blend of pop-punk, grunge and indie-rock, think DINOSAUR JR., a poppy BLACK SABBATH mixed with THE DOORS-Keys. Limited to 500 copies on colored vinyl.

7"col 2.50€*


GARAGE/ALTERNATIVE-ROCK. Chris and Matte from THE DOOR-KEYS join Will from DEFIANCE OHIO to make up Bloomington's garage-punk answer to DINOSAUR JR.. With haunting melody and beautiful harmony, this three-piece play '90s alternative-rock with vibes of MEAT PUPPETS or TEENAGE FANCLUB. The LANDLORD rings in a true era of midwest small-town romance with flawless songwriting, wide dynamic range, perfect pop-sense, and punk energy.

LP 6.50€*


INDIE/POP-ROCK. What began as an acoustic side project between TRANSIT vocalist Joe Boynton and guitarist Vinny Comeau in 2010 between touring has led to a full-time band over the course of the last year. The duo signed with No Sleep Records to record their 1st full-length with a full band. Resulting in a bright and airy collection of 10, beautiful, indie-pop tunes that exhibit a range of styles and moods, from upbeat power-pop to solemn folk, which any fans of bands like DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE, CIRCA SURVIVE will undoubtedly adore. Colored vinyl includes a digital download card.

LPcol 12.00€*


INDIE/ALTERNATIVE-ROCK. HEAD HOME is a indie-rock/alternative band from Baltimore. The band is best known for its catchy songs driven by overdriven guitar hooks and the voice combinations of Mike Stearns and Jesse Davis. Think stolen BEATLES riffs with a fuzz pedal and dipped heavily in some J.Mascis (DINOSAUR JR.) sauce with a side order or SUPERCHUNK.

LP 5.00€*


INDIE/POST-ROCK. "comfort" was written and recorded in the fall of 2010 between a series of long breaks due to careers and touring. The MLP will appeal to any fan of indie music in need of the warmth only provided by a great song. For fans of DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE, MINUS THE BEAR. Colored vinyl includes a digital download card.

MLPcol 8.50€*


INDIE/POP-PUNK. At the end of 2012, I CAN SEE MOUNTAINS began an enlightening journey to write their debut, a record that would define the band's core ingredients: heart, and music that puts a smile on the listeners face and a thought in their head. Indie-rock-infused punk with some pop overtones. "life on a houseboat" produces a summer soundtrack for those days at the lake, road trips and making you feel like it's your first kiss all over again. Colored vinyl version includes a digital download and is limited to 500 copies.

LPcol 11.50€*


INDIE-ROCK. FOXYGEN’s 5th album is barely over 30min long, but it still manages to be all kinds of ridiculous within that timeframe. The Californian duo’s psych tendencies have blossomed here into wild glam BOWIE, ENO pastiches, camp vaudeville turns and big band brass freakouts (apparently, all 8 songs feature a 40-plus-piece orchestra). "hang" (named after the last track in "…and star power"), stands as their most ambitious and realized work to date - rewriting the narrative of all of their previous work as building blocks towards this record. Limited colored vinyl includes a digital download card.

LPcol 13.50€*


POST-HARDCORE/ROCK. GUILTMAKER has the street cred of former band members like REVERSAL OF MAN and COMBAT WOUNDED VETERAN though you may not know it listening to this record. The sound is more post-hardcore and ambient in the vein of ENGINE DOWN and even QUICKAND. A must have for all true music lovers.

LP 7.00€*


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