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DEATH-METAL. EXTERMINATION TEMPLE is another project from the same artist who crafts the blackened hardcore madness of BROKN CROSS, and while the outfit’s self-titled 2014 tape demo was an equal mix of black and death-metal, "lifeless forms" is undoubtedly overall more death-metal. The creepy and twisted sound carries direct influences from old-school Swedish death-metal, with elements of hardcore and experimental/atmospheric influences, and lyrics that deal with death, mental illness, and morbidity.

7"col 6.00€*


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€*


FOLK/EMO-PUNK. Fueled by whiskey and beer, YESTERDAY'S RING decided to start writing folk/country songs influenced by a mix of BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN, JOHNNY CASH and punk-heroes like Tim Armstrong of RANCID, Joe Strummer of THE CLASH and Shane Macgowan of THE POGUES. Country, folk, rock, punk and influenced by the greatest songwriters of our time.

DoLP 12.00€*


EMO-PUNK-ROCK. The long awaited 15 song follow up to their amazing self titled debut. Melding together elements of NAKED RAYGUN/PEGBOY, LEATHERFACE, THE MURDER CITY DEVILS, and THE MISFITS in to their own style of hard drinking melodic south bay area punk rock and roll. A stand out record that fits nicely in-between the 80's punk scenes of Chicago and Minneapolis and the current guard of No Idea bands.

LPcol 6.00€*


POP-PUNK-ROCK. "detonation halls" is RINDERS 2nd full-length. Well-written gritty pop-punk for late night coffee shop romantics and anyone trying to figure what happened to their youth and where they're supposed to go from here. During their 10 tracks you'll hear hints of everything that made '90s East-Bay pop-punk great, a touch of '77, on occasion the drive of true post-hardcore and enough inspiration and originality to make it all into something different. Sounds like Tim Armstrong from RANCID writing DILLINGER FOUR songs.

LP 6.50€*


MELODIC-PUNK. I FARM's latest released, appropriately titled ''IV'', is packed with enough twist, turns, melody, and speed to keep you guessing, while creating new pathways of thought to worlds only I FARM can conjure... The 14 songs again recorded and produced at The Blasting Room by Bill Stevenson of (DESCENDENDENTS, ALL, and BLACK FLAG).I FARM ''IV'' also welcomes a new warrior to the mission, John Meredith of SOMEDAY I.I FARM has come full circle in the last decade. Stripped back down to a three piece, stronger than ever and ready to kill!

CD 4.00€*


MELODIC-PUNK. I FARM comes from the third biggest city in the US, Brooklyn. I FARM plays progressive hardcore punk. But here’s the point, kids like I FARM. Kids couldn’t find I FARM records so now they are on Go-kart and the kids will be able to find I FARM records. They have toured a ton and been on too many wacky compilations to mention.

LP 6.50€*


EMO-PUNK-ROCK. Quebec natives FIFTH HOUR HERO have several releases on No Idea Records. Dual male, female vocals over driving emotional upbeat punk influenced indie-rock. Montreal's THE ST. CATHERINE's is a six-piece with 3 guitars, bass, drum and a frontman. Agressive unquie hardcore with husky vocals reminiscent of a heavier UNFUN era JAWBREAKER.

7" 2.50€*


PUNK/MELODYCORE. Tampa, Florida's NEW BRUISES deliver 2 clever and catchy songs in their anthemic punk-rock style. Still comparable to HOT WATER MUSIC, LATTERMAN and maybe even J CHURCH, featuring ex-members MID CARSON JULY. STOLEN BIKES RIDE FASTER are named after a Grade song and the Italian band play a brand of melodic hardcore similar to their namesake, yet are hardly a carbon copy.

7"col 3.00€*


CRUST-HARDCORE. "onward" is the 2nd vinyl release following up the excellent “the hunter” 7”. A fever dream of axe grinding crust power. It's been refreshing to listen to a crop of new bands finding ways to make the '80s and '90s crust sound fresh and relevant. Music is all recursions and reworkings so, rather than hearing these as throwback bands, feel that they are blazing their own new path forward in d.i.y. punk. Vinyl is limited to 300 copies.

LP 18.00€*


HARDCORE. THE PLAGUE MASS from Austria is releasing a full-length titled "union of egoists" which contains 12 real dark tracks. THE PLAGUE MASS has stepped up their game. While borrowing influences from '90s new-school till cleveland inspired bands, they brings forth a punishing attack that pummels your inner being and spits you out when you have nothing to left to give. The lyrics are political, since they pass judgement on society with a personal affect. Go and get this album!

LP 6.00€*


GARAGE-PUNK-ROCK. The newest manifesto from Montreal, Canada's RED MASS, fronted by Choyce of CPC GANGBANGS. Two infectiously catchy and equally deranged slices of noisy, experimental, garage-punk. Electronic and live drums, fuzzed out guitars, sound effects with hook-drenched choruses to tie it all together into a manic odditorium of psychedelic weirdness.

7" 3.00€*


HARDCORE. MIL-SPEC paints in broad but precise strokes. On "changes", their Lockin' Out debut, expressionistic effusion merges with a pointillist's eye for detail as 5 anxiety-wracked Canadians labor to torment posterity with a many-hued picture of the world as it might have been. When it's time to look back at 2018, who else but dreamers will believe?

7" 8.50€*


POST-HARDCORE. More than 3 1/2 years after "deathinteresse" was unleashed on the hardcore-punk crowd, PATSY O'HARA have returned with their 2nd full-length, "...sings the bourgeois blues". It has everything the genre has to offer in one powerful set of 11 songs (nearly 48min.). Nothing sounds stale and they have their own distinct sound while building off the ideas of the music they love to listen to. "...sings the bourgeois blues" is a huge improvement on every level, with the group's hybrid mix of upbeat hardcore, punk, post-rock and good old fashioned rock 'n' roll - melting together to near perfection throughout their latest effort. The quintet puts on a riveting spectacle, with beatific swells of atmospheric and rocking hardcore - over the top, epic intertwined guitars - beautiful groovy bass lines - galloping, punchy drum patterns - demented, raspy screaming vocals. The band knows how to effectively build up a song, tension that mounts to a breaking point. It leads to many exciting moments, as the boiling point tips over, leading to an explosion of aggression. PATSY O'HARA switches off between fast-paced death 'n’ roll mayhem and slower mini-epics. There are also various interludes that move along the album. Recorded and mixed at the mighty Tonmeisterei, the production is full and lush. This, along with the fantastic dynamics between all the band members and the compelling songwriting, makes for a successful sophomore album. Thick 180gr vinyl comes with an outstanding and eyecatching gatefold-sleeve with reverse side printings, black innersleeve and includes a digital download card. Not sure, but the point remains that this release is a killer - so stop reading and pick it up right away! [PK 061]

LP 6.50€*


HARDCORE-PUNK. European vinyl has been repressed. This time with light-blue letters. Pittsburgh punks, NO TIME were formed by ex-members from one of Pittsburgh’s most brutal extreme acts, HEARTLESS. This current musical reincarnation of sorts has found the band members repositioned on new instruments. Longtime fans of punk-rock and oi inspired hardcore should find a lot to love here. If you're tired of your 86 MENTALITY, old FUCKED UP or CRIMINAL DAMAGE records this full-length is an absolute must have!

LP 11.50€*


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