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POST/NOISE-PUNK. CASUAL HEX is a three-piece formed in Seattle, in 2015. Drawing influence from a variety of genres (post-punk, no-wave, noise-rock), The band relies on the contrast of heavy, catchy, minimal, and dissonant. It’s difficult to draw a direct lineage, but flashes of PYLON, THE CONTORTIONS or early SONIC YOUTH come to mind. Erica’s voice is a commanding narration, stern in delivery. Clocking in at 21min., "zig zag lady illusion" is as much of a full-length as you’re gonna get with most songs not even hitting the 2min. mark. Limited edition of 300 copies.

LP 17.50€*

 

HARDCORE-PUNK. Showing that central California is more than something you pass while driving to San Francisco, this collection showcases the classic and often duplicated "nardcore" sound. Features RKL, ILL REPUTE, SCARED STRAIGHT, RAT PACK, HABEAS CORPUS, AGRESSION, FALSE CONFESSION, DR. KNOW, STALAG 13, A.F.U., ROTTERS. comes with poster, folded lyric-sheet, flyer and a couple stickers. This is a real skate-hardcore-punk classic!

LP 17.00€*

 

HARDCORE. Indiana straight-edge band NEW HEART has returned with a new vocalist, new album, and newfound sense of purpose. Taking time off, the band released a stand-alone single, "one less chain", and announced their new vocalist Hayden French. Taking notes from legends such as GORILLA BISCUITS and YOUTH OF TODAY, the album is a straight-edge proclamation of individuality and never backing down. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

LP 18.00€*

 

HARDCORE/METAL. NAILS continues their upward trajectory in the metal and hardcore world with their 1st full-length for Nuclear Blast Records. With roots firmly planted in the hardcore and punk scenes, this California band has put out records on Six Feet Under and Southern Lord Records, and with each getting heavier and angrier, creating a snarling hybrid of hardcore and blasting, grinding metal that has garnered the band rave reviews while finding the band headlining festivals and shows all over the globe.

LP 17.50€* CD 13.50€*

 

POST-PUNK. CAT PARTY exist in the delicate space between 2 genres, specifically punk and post-punk. Somebody described them as a hybrid of early JOY DIVISION and early TSOL. But CAT PARTY is much more than a shallow imitation of that 1981 sound - and they’ve managed to avoid all the cliché pitfalls that have sunk the countless other bands who’ve tried to straddle this sound. That means no lyrics about hanging out in a graveyard, no extended synth explorations and no naive drama. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

LP 12.00€*

 

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€*

 

SLUDGE/BLACK-METAL. DARK CIRCLES from Canada vs ABSTRACTER, USA. Although both DARK CIRCLES and ABSTRACTER sound different, there is an underlying sense of despair that binds them together, and this is why this split makes total sense. Crust-hardcore from the north vs blackened death-doom from the west. Killer!

LP 11.50€*

 

POST/INSTRUMENTAL-ROCK. By no means a release of new or current DON CAB material (and originally released in 1999), "singles breaking up vol.1" offers quite a range of the band's history to appreciate. The oldest recordings found here became the 1st two 7"s. It is interesting to see how some of these songs, or parts of them, developed into others that have become well-known.

LP 18.00€*

 

POST/INSTRUMENTAL-ROCK.

DoLP 20.00€*

 

DEATH-METAL/GRINDCORE. UNCHALLENGED HATE of Essen, Germany was formed in 1997. They released a couple releases so far and got highly acclaimed critics all over the planet. "new hate order" contains 13 explosions of grindcore cacophony, but underneath it all is a subtle hint of old-fashioned death-metal. Limited vinyl includes a CD version.

LP+CD 12.00€*

 

GRINDCORE. Hell, probably we are all already tired of this damn war theme - but starting from its name and ending with art, the album is totally relevant. Berlin outfit VIOLENT FRUSTRATION deliver 16 tracks of harsh grindcore. VIOLENT FRUSTRATION don't reinvent the wheel but they just play a very nice old-school grind. There is no ultra speed, no sound experiments and other stuff - nice low buzzy guitar, rough scream, and a clear rhythm section. VIOLENT FRUSTRATION is like the old steam engine on cruising speed that makes everything around vibrate with its noise!

LP 10.50€*

 

GRINDCORE. Both bands have had a huge impact on the extreme music emerging from California over the last decade and a half, and play/played their own brands of grindcore and/or powerviolence. PHOBIA have been leveling cities for about 25 years now, and on this LP expel 4 blasts of death-style grind. Considering that it was recorded on July 24, 1993 at The Butt-Cave in Santa Ana, California, the sound quality on their side definitely exceeded my expectations. A great early set, by a legendary band. On the flip, PLUTOCRACY put their out-of-control stylings on display by way of 8 bruising tracks. These guys created their own genre of grindcore that could never possibly be copied. They play with precision and conviction, and conjure a well-balanced blend of politics, humor, and fury.

LP 8.00€*

 

POP-PUNK-ROCK. Their self-titled debut came out in 2010, and now the lads' 2nd album "still bored" is ready to hit the shelves. It's a storming 17 track punk-pop blast dealing with alienation, despair, politics and impotence.

LP 16.00€*

 

FOLK/POST-ROCK. "ten stones" finds the songwriter adhering to the stylistic template he’s been refining since his days fronting 16 HORSEPOWER. Edwards unleashes his chilling signature holler, foregoing traditional melodies in favor of a near-chanted rock liturgy about humanity’s moral decrepitude. His previous solo records under the WOVENHAND moniker felt more foreboding than explosive, the gathering of black clouds threatening but never quite lashing the parched earth below. Music of WOVEN HAND is utterly unique, dizzying those who encounter it, with turnings and lashings of shadow and light.

LP 16.50€*

 

HARDCORE-PUNK. It's been nearly 5 years since RULETA RUSA released "aqui no es", their debut LP for Sorry State, but if you think they've slowed, mellowed, or otherwise slipped off their game you are sorely mistaken. If anything, they're harder, faster, and punker on "viviendo una maldicion" than they were on "aqui no es". Get a similar mixture of classic Spanish punk, US hardcore, and 2nd-wave UK punk that you heard on the band's previous releases, but everything feels a little more direct and a little rougher around the edges. RULETA RUSA have gotten better...the tougher parts are tougher, the catchy parts are catchier, and they've delivered what is (to date, at least) the crowning achievement of their discography.

LP 17.50€*

 

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