Wednesday, January 18, 2012

WEBSTORE UPDATE! New STAB, TENEMENT, LONG PIGS, DISCHARGE reissues, MORE!

Greetings! Welcome to the second Grave Mistake webstore update for 2012 ... if things keep up at this pace for the whole year, I don't think I'm going to be sleeping much. Still, I'm excited to be getting so many cool releases for the webstore and hopefully you all feel the same way.  Expect some "real" label news within the next few weeks as well ... I know I've been hinting about what GM has planned for 2012, but I'm going to wait until I have a bit more info for you. You can expect two brand new releases out in February; the debut 7" from SECTARIAN VIOLENCE and the long awaited BAD ADVICE 7" (yes, I mean it this time). Once those hit the streets, I'll fill you in on the rest of my plans for the first half of the year.

As I mentioned in my last update, I am currently running a little special for Grave Mistake releases from 2011; for $11 you get to choose one LP, one 7", and one CD from the GM releases that came out in 2011, pretty good deal if you ask me. This will be running until the end of January so take advantage of it while you can!

Ok, now onto the new webstore stuff...

 
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Well, this week's update is pretty damn big so I'll keep the summary brief. I got a sick package from HAVOC RECORDS, including five (yes, five and you need them all) DISCHARGE 7" reissues, a bunch of Australian releases on HARDCORE VICTIM including the brand new VAGINORS LP, LEPROSY 7", and finally picked up copies of the KROMOSOM and TEARGAS LPs; two newest releases from the UK's QUALITY CONTROL including the ripping debut 7" from STAB (this one comes highly recommended and is well worth the import pricetag) and the debut 7" from DEATH EVOCATION which came out a few months back.  I grabbed some sweet reissues from ADRENALIN OD, KRAKDOWN, and BAD BRAINS, as well as new 7"s from LONG PIGS, YOUTH AVOIDERS, IDIOT TALK, CRIMEN, LITTLE CUTS, SUCKED DRY, BRAIN TUMORS, SELF INTEREST, PUNCH, and more.

New LPs of note include the brand new TENEMENT "Blind Wink" LP as well as LPs from NAZI DUST, ORGANIZED SPORTS, NERVESKADE, PROBLEMS, POLICE AND THIEVES, WEEKEND NACHOS EP collection, and reissues from BELLEVUE, EXIT CONDITION, THE FREEZE, THE ACCUSED, WARRIOR KIDS, and SPAZZ.  I also picked up a ton of killer hardcore releases from REAPER, DEATHWISH, BRIDGE NINE, and REVELATION, including the latest LPs  from BACKTRACK and TRAPPED UNDER ICE (both of these are in my top 10 for 2011), NAYSAYER, the latest PUNCH 7", some older titles from TAKE OFFENSE and CRUEL HAND, represses from GIVE UP THE GHOST (both LPs and the "Year One" collection), TERROR, and CARRY ON, and classic titles from SICK OF IT ALL, BURN, and BOLD.

Finally some new zines (newest issues of ACHTUNG (I've actually had this for a little while but just realized I never put it in the store, oops), MODERN HATE VIBE, and PAINS), and new tapes from RVA's own OBSESSOR and a live tape from HOLY SHIT!. Oh, and let's not forget the restocks - CULO 12", NO TOLERANCE new 7", TENEMENT "NAPALM DREAM",LP a ton of DERANGED restocks (86 MENTALITY 7", WHITE LUNG LP, CULO "Toxic Vision" 7", and more),  restocked all of the EXTORTION releases, classic NYHC reissues from, AGNOSTIC FRONT, ANTIDOTE and URBAN WASTE, and lots more ... check the list below (also, if you notice, I've added links to all of the new items directly to the webstore)!

That's all for now, also for those who haven't heard, the US Postal Service is increasing some of their rates on January 22nd, so order this week and save some cash! Thanks for reading and thanks for the support!

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NEW STUFF 01.18.12

STAB "NATION RISING" 7" (QUALITY CONTROL)
Four diasporic ragers based in London release 6 songs of fast fury at the state of the nation.  After a positive response to the demo released early 2011, STAB continue to look back at 80s UK Hardcore whilst dissecting the now, turning their backs on the current wave of whinging punk prophesying end times to justify inaction and indifference.  Bringing their cultural backgrounds together amidst recent events such as riots, failed protests and the isolationism of their island home, STAB attempts to pierce both soundwaves and minds with this record.  Fans of loud, fast noise take note! Recorded and mixed by James Atkinson (Voorhees, Gentleman's Pistols)

DEATH EVOCATION "S/T" 7" (QUALITY CONTROL)
Sacrilege style jams from some special guests visiting the UK from Boston, USA, explore the mechanisation of society, alienation and rise of the wastelands. Turbulent female vocals cut through some serious chug and a familiar snare sound creating images of a metal army marching against police bastard tyranny, alongside some seriously wank-worthy solos. Slayer and early Trouble influences also play a part, what’s not to like?  Mastered at Abbey Road Studios with artwork by Belgian Stiv and nestled in a 300gsm thick sleeve with outside flaps like all those special NWOBHM records you know and love!

DISCHARGE "REALITIES OF WAR" 7" (HAVOC)
The Classic first 7" from Discharge circa 1980. A monumental record that helped jumpstart the hardcore movement around the world. This is one of a handful of records from 1980 that pushed 70's punk into the bleak era of the 1980's hardcore scene. Discharge set the standard with their raw and uncompromising visual style and unbridled hardcore punk music.

DISCHARGE "DECONTROL" 7" (HAVOC)
Classic three song rager from 1980. Less than a year removed from "realities of war" the sound is already faster and more aggressive, leaving 70's punk behind and blazing into pure hardcore raw punk. This record has three of Discharge's best songs which are just pure blasts of raw anger and urgency. Hardcore punk at it's best.

DISCHARGE "FIGHT BACK" 7" (HAVOC)

Five song blast of pure anger and energy, Dishcarge is at their finest here. Pure be beat raw punk against which all the successors can be measured. This hard driving music is the perfect vehicle for the outrage at war and oppression conveyed by the harsh lyrics and graphics.

DISCHARGE "NEVER AGAIN" 7" (HAVOC)
It's 1981, the cold war rages, threatening to turn hot at any moment as Reagan, Thatcher and Brezhnev seem poised to destroy the world in a descent to nuclear madness. Using cover art appropriated from 1930's anti fascist agit-prop Discharge links the bleak reality of Thatcher's Britain with the descent to totalitarian oppression and war of an earlier generation. A bit more polished than the first three EPs and the Why? 12", Never Again delivers three blasts of hardcore punk.

DISCHARGE "STATE VIOLENCE, STATE CONTROL" 7" (HAVOC)
Discharge's fifth 7", from 1982. The sound is a bit less raw and there is a tiny bit of the metal influence starting to show. The energy and power of Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing are starting to manifest on these tracks.

LEPROSY "5 TRACKS" 7" (HARDCORE VICTIM)
Australian punks on Hardcore Victim Records. Raw hardcore punk in the UK 82 style, reminds me of the noisier, less melodic bands to come out of the No Future/Riot City scene of the early 80's.

BAD BRAINS "PAY TO CUM" 7" (ROIR)
The single that started it all! ROIR, in conjunction with the Bad Brains, is proud to bring back this iconic slab of hot wax to its rightful place on record store shelves, and more importantly, in your collection. The remastered reissue of “Pay To Cum”, Bad Brains’ debut 7” single produced by Jimmy Quidd and originally released in 1980, has been repressed with original artwork and lyrics sheet insert.

LITTLE CUTS "PLASTIC DISASTER" 7" (DIRTNAP)
3 song EP of loud, chaotic pop from Seattle’s Little Cuts, featuring Dave Hernandez of Scared Of Chaka and The Shins. A-side is a slow building pop jam that would not have sounded too out of place in Broadcast Oblivion’s (Dave’s underrated post-Scared Of Chaka pre-Shins band) set, backed with 2 lo-fi garage stompers on the B-side.

LONG PIGS "S/T" 7" (SMRT)
If you have not heard of Long Pigs before, they are one of many bands that make us proud to live in NYC. Featuring members of Dawn of Humans, Hank Wood & the Hammerheads, and countless other bands of that ilk, Long Pigs specializes in playing incredibly raw hardcore punk with a real "fuck you, I'm punk" attitude, this time with better songwriting and a fuller-bodied recording than their excellent demo.

CRIMEN "NADA IMPORTA" 7" (DISCOS ENFERMOS)
Second reference in vinyl and with us from the mexicans CRIMEN. Following their debut LP perfectly, they come with 4 new songs maybe a little bit more mid-tempo and complex but with the same angry and rawness. Real punk hims that you can´t take out of your mind and don´t let you go. Art by Yecal (INSERVIBLES) include lirycs in spanish and english with explanations.

KRAKDOWN "S/T" 7" (STATE OF MIND)
Krakdown started in 1985 playing shows mostly around Long Island and CBGB's. It wasn't long before they became an integral part of the fledgling New York hardcore scene. The Krakdown line-up changed a bunch of times and band members also spent time in Token Entry, Crumbsuckers, Grey Area, In Your Face, and more. This record contains the self-titled EP released on Common Cause plus two other studio tracks. This studio version of "Krakdown" has never been leaked or released. New artwork picked out by Richie (Krakdown) himself. This is a limited 7" inch that will not be repressed. Limited edition of 500 copies.

ADRENALIN OD "LET'S BARBEQUE" 7" (PSYCHIC VOLT)
The legendary debut release by New Jersey’s hardcore punk pioneers, Adrenalin O.D., recorded live in the studio in one fifteen minute take. Now available for the first time in nearly three decades, remastered, on colored vinyl.

YOUTH AVOIDERS "TIME FLIES" 7" (BUILD ME A BOMB)
Time Flies is the awaited new record from Youth Avoiders. After an acclaimed 7 songs demo tape later repressed on 7'', after a confirmation of their talentuous songwritting skills on the split 7'' shared with Zombies are Pïssed, The ¾ parisian, ¼ german combo offers you 4 new songs. On this 45 rpm 7'' full of dynamics, you will recognise the perfect mix that is now the unique band' signature. Their music is a fresh and urgent hardcore punk, with a clean and vicious guitar sound that brings the already good riffs to a even higher level. This is accompagned by an acute and powerfull drumming, a solid and devoted bass riffing and fronted by a punchy and rasping voice.

IDIOT TALK "S/T" 7" (BUILD ME A BOMB)
Great debut ep by this french band (Lille, bg), 5 hits between Punk Rock and Hardcore. If you ever dig stuff by Brutal Knights, Career Suicide or New Bomb Turks, give it a try !

SUCKED DRY "S/T" 7" (PASS JUDGEMENT)

After a long treacherous wait, the MONSTER first EP is finally here from Kansas City's wildest gang of criminals, SUCKED DRY. Five tracks of barbaric and wicked hardcore punk. While taking hints from viciously primitive acts such as RORSCHACH, CROSSED OUT and NEANDERTHAL, the six minute blistering assault will make ya sweat like a stinky stuck swine. A truly frenzied hardcore release. Wonderfully two color silk-screened covers. 500 Copies on Black Vinyl. Split release with EAT THE LIFE.

BRAIN TUMORS "S/T" 7" (PASS JUDGEMENT)

7 incher debut from these Minneapolis freaks featuring six cuts of repulsive touch-n-go hardcore punk. Bright and jangled guitars onset the menacing headache while deranged vocals and roaring low-ends leave most squirming with one foot in the grave. Enough stench, hair and pus for the whole family brought to you by these four mutants. Four color screened covers round out this incredible package. 600 Pressed. Split release with FASHIONABLE IDIOTS Records.

SELF INTEREST "BLOOMING" 7" (PASS JUDGEMENT)
After releasing two cassettes earlier in 2010, Winnipeg's SELF-INTEREST exhibit four new tasty cuts on this debut 7", "BLOOMING". This fully-realized statement of hardcore punk churns out a bleak and brutal rampage beside personal vignettes of misanthropy. It's discordant yet motor driven, and loaded with troggy riffing not dissimilar to the music of THE U-MEN, BLOOD CIRCUS and other proto-grunge hits, while also channeling demented, and scathing outsider USHC acts like THE SCAM & SOLGER. Wonderfully silk-screened covers.

PUNCH "NOTHING LASTS" 7" (DEATHWISH)
The influences on “Nothing Lasts” are as varied as the 5 members’ musical backgrounds, spending time in bands as diverse as Doppelganger, Loma Prieta, and Bullets In. As with their previous releases “Nothing Lasts” straddles a variety of hardcore sub-genres. From thrash to d-beat to straight up youth crew Punch recombines all of these genres to create something all their own without ever being forced or cheesy (they're vegan, duh). “Nothing Lasts” is a slightly more introspective release for the band which lyrically and musically explores active nihilism – the idea that it is better to actively break down your walls and change yourself rather than to sit around and wait for the world to spoon feed you. Make each moment count because no matter good or bad, nothing lasts.

TRAPPED UNDER ICE "STAY COLD" 7" (REAPER)
Hailing from the port city of Baltimore, MD comes the war-mammoth known as Trapped Under Ice, who proudly inherit and build upon the mantle of their predecessors Next Step Up and Gut Instinct. Compound this with the sonic territories explored by New York bands such as Crown Of Thorns and Breakdown, and the intent of the outfit becomes obvious - total aural brutality. The vinyl version of this EP contains six tracks of unrelenting hardcore reality. New pressing now available on blue and white starburst vinyl with alternate artwork. Vinyl version includes digital download.

NAYSAYER "DOWN BUT NOT OUT" 7" (REAPER)
Richmond, VA has a rich history of strong and vital hardcore outfits. Following their debut EP, "No Remorse," on Reaper Records, this is Naysayer's new four-song offering, "Down But Not Out." For fans of Terror, Sheer Terror and Madball. 7" includes digital download

PERDITION "3RD EP" 7" (TOXIC STATE)
3rd EP from this raw punk band from New York. As with their other records, this is a total Anti-Cimex-style, raw noise fucking attack. These guys are noisy as shit, but the riffs are there and discernable, and thankfully there's none of that bouncy la-la bullshit that so many noise-punk bands are into these days. This is just raw, nasty, and aggressive. Great packaging, too, as per usual for Toxic State Records.

SICK OF IT ALL "S/T" 7" (REVELATION)
The first single from one of the biggest, most popular hardcore bands of all time. Original mastering still full of the raw energy that set this New York band apart from the rest. Ten tracks of classic NYHC now available again on vinyl.

BURN "S/T" 7" (REVELATION)
Pure, raw hardcore. The inspiration to many, many bands. Featuring Chaka, who later formed Orange 9mm, Gavin from Side By Side, Absolution and Alan from Beyond and Quicksand.

IVY LEAGUE "S/T" 7" (LIFE TO LIVE)
After settling into their sound, Ivy League proudly brings to you their self-titled debut 7? On Life to Live records. This record brings forward emotion and passion, and it (hopefully) has something everyone can relate to. With influences spanning from early Drive-Thru bands, to fast aggressive hardcore, this “Ivy League” is intense with emotion, both lyrically and musically.

STEP ASIDE "REACHING OUT" 7" (LIFE TO LIVE)
 Step Aside formed in the summer of 2011 to fill the void of classic straight edge hardcore in their hometown of Tuscon, AZ. They've reached into the vault, borrowing elements from bands like Youth Of Today, Chain Of Strength, and Bold, lending a distinct late-'80s sound on these five tracks.

DAMAGES "LOVE'S LABOR" 7" (LIFE TO LIVE)
This is the 4th release put out by Life To Live Records. This band is for fans of American Nightmare, Count Me Out, and Horror Show. “Love’s Labor” combines various musical influences from all members, with obvious comparisons to early 2000's hardcore, into 9 minutes of manic, mostly straight-forward, fast hardcore punk. The subject matter is that of depression, loss, and heartbreak.

OVERLOOKED "NOTHING IS SACRED" 7" (LIFE TO LIVE)
The debut 7" From North Carolina’s own Overlooked, “Nothing Is Sacred” is 4 songs of unforgiving hardcore. With lyrics ranging from personal conflict to pure hatred, you can always feel the anger that this band embodies in their short and to the point songs. Musically reminiscent of early 2000's hardcore, “Nothing is Sacred” is fast, heavy, and everything in between and all in fewer than seven minutes.

COMPOUND "INAUGURAL DEMO" 7" (STATE OF MIND)
Members of current Long Island, NY champs Incendiary and Bottom Out have joined forces to present Compound, which has a sound reminiscent of bands of yore like Judge and Warzone.

V/A "EPILOGUE VOL. 1 KILL YOUR IDOLS TRIBUTE" COMP 7" (STATE OF MIND)
This 7" is the first in a four-7" series of tributes to the beloved NY hardcore band Kill Your Idols. The six bands featured this time are Bullet Treatment, Offsides, Backtrack, Rust Belt Lights, Seasick, and Violent Society, all of whom also contribute liner notes.

SACRED SHOCK "S/T" 7" (SCHIZOPHRENIC)
Austin, TX's Sacred Shock rose from the ashes of Army Of Jesus and continue to bring an incredibly intense onslaught of pure hardcore, channeling the spirits of bands that blended melody and angst like Articles Of Faith or The Pist and bring the raw passion of Deathreat or Talk Is Poison.

GROWING STRONGER COMPILATION - V/A 7" (TEAMWORK)
Damn near classic youth crew comp from 1997 featuring some of the best bands the northeast had to offer at the time. Bands on this comp include FLOORPUNCH, RAIN ON THE PARADE, ENSIGN, ATARI, PUSHED TOO FAR, and 97A. Comes with a rad lyric sheet poster.

97A "BETTER OFF DEAD" 7" (TEAMWORK)
12 tracks in about 11 minutes! This is the band that single handedly revived skate and thrashcore, no matter what their detractors might say. Always controversial and always angry, 97a played fast hardcore with a sincerity like very few others.

TENEMENT "THE BLIND WINK" LP (COWABUNGA)
It's NOT HARDCORE so I will just say that now. You only want super fast and have a closed in mind, you'll def not enjoy this. The band plays catchy punk but it's not pop punk. It's indie rock influenced but not indie rock. I can't describe this band exactly as its so spread out except they play their style extremely well and their songs stick in your head from one to the next. The sound they have now is a bit different from where they started. At 1st they had a Dinosaur Jr heaviness done to a Greg Ginn riff feast, a Husker Du wall of sound all crossed with a Descendents catchiness sort of way to their music. And yes, all of that still applies to the band to a degree but they incorporate more middle era Beatles, soul, early Kinks and post Let It Be later Replacements to the mix and that's Tenement's latest masterpiece. 11 stellar songs (the 1st 6 appeared on the rough mix tour tape release 'the Blind Wink' last winter) mastered by their guy Justin Perkins who's worked the knobs on the majority of their records. I would highly suggest this to those who actually listen to what I would consider good music as well as punk in general.

WEEKEND NACHOS "TWO THINGS AT ONCE" LP (COWABUNGA)
This LP is pretty easy to figure out, it compiles both the 'Torture' EP and the 'Bleed' EP's in their entirety aka their 'fast' and 'slow' records, 1 EP per side but the difference here is both records are remastered (you really need to hear the revised version of 'TORTURE'). Dig the Descendents reference in the title? Anyone even get it? The 'Torture' EP was the 1st release on the now defunct Tooth Decay imprint (CBR repressed it as a 7'' for a few more years) as well as being the 1st Nachos record. It also serves as one of the few in 2005 that seemed to set the standard for the 'next' wave of so called power violence but at the same time as soon as that term was being tossed around enough the band was a little put off by it as they thought of themselves as more of a fast hardcore band with 'PV' influence, not a straight up power violence band. Lyric wise they were a tad more light hearted on the record, but still remained largely cynical, sarcastic and angry which are Nachos lyric standards. In their music they bore elements of Charles Bronson lyrically, Infest in the brutality and John's vocals and Eyehategod (esp the latter in the closing 'Sludge') due to the thick/heavy tone they incorporated to differ from the rest of the pack. Then fast forward to the 'Bleed' 12'' EP from 2010 which originally was released on Relapse. The record seemed to confuse many people, which I never understood. The band always has dabbled a little in sludge on each release, so why not just once do a 2 song record more in the slow and heavy genre? I mean Eyehategod, Grief, Buzzoven and Black Sabbath are examples of influences on the band so it only makes sense! The A side tune (Bleed) was written specifically for the record, while the B side track was a song off the demo that was too good to be left behind so it got re-recorded and improved upon. So both records are now compiled on 1 record for your pleasure. Torture has been OOP for at least a yr and a half & Bleed went out of print within a few months. It feels good to have these songs out again, esp knowing the band still plays many of them still.

ORGANIZED SPORTS "I'M SO PROUD OF HIM" LP (BULKHEAD)
Venomous HC that pays quick homage to the old-school progenitors of the genre yet doesn't remain bound in its history.  Punishing tempos and discerning break-downs precariously held together by white-noise...this record is relentless in its assault and purpose.  Organized Sports is garnering a lot of attention locally (PDX), in a scene filled with savvy d-beat/HC veterans, as an up-and-coming band to watch.

VAGINORS "NUCLEAR PAP SMEAR" LP (HARDCORE VICTIM)
Debut LP from this Australian band who recently nabbed the cover of MRR before this LP even came out. I believe this band features some notable "ex-members of," but I'm not sure which bands, so I'll let you do the research. As for Vaginors, this is some gnarly, bass-driven noise punk with a sound along the lines of the Wankys (i.e. bass at the front of the mix and guitars and incoherent squeal), but the vocals really carry this. They're high-pitched and really campy, reminding me a little bit of the Secret Prostitutes, but quite a bit more unrestrained and (thus) not quite as catchy. In their MRR interview the band made a big deal about being song-oriented rather than just blasts of noise, and that approach definitely helps this Lp to stick out from the pack.

TEARGAS "THE WAY OF ALL FLESH" LP (HARDCORE VICTIM)
Debut 12" from this Australian hardcore band that play in the Japanese style (as if you couldn't tell by the cover art). While Teargas are clearly inspired by the huge riffs and epic leads of bands like Death Side, you can tell they're also hip to the raw, blown-out sound of more recent Japanese crust bands like Framtid and Kriegshog. The result is a complete monster of an LP... while it doesn't quite have the off-the-charts energy level of the last two bands I mentioned, as with, say, Forward, the band more than makes up for that with a tight, rocking edge. Fucking beastly shit here.

KROMOSOM "8 TRACKS" LP (HAVOC)
Debut 12" from these Australian crusties. I've seen these guys get hit with the "noise punk" tag (and the crusty puking on the cover wouldn't steer you away from that assumption), but I don't think that suits them at all... to me, this sounds more in line with the tradition of early Anti-Cimex-inspired raw and heavy crust bands. There's a catchiness here, but it's mostly in the guitar riffs rather than the basslines. I'm pretty sure this band is ex-Pisschrist, and that's a good point of departure, but Kromosom are more primitive and riff-oriented, which ultimately makes them a bit more memorable on vinyl. A ripper for sure.

NAZI DUST "WRETCHED HOUR" LP (VINYL RITES)
Certain cities make for incubators of specific kinds of music and Tampa, like Detroit, makes for ugly music. NAZI DUST is a hardcore punk band pulling from the nastier moments of 80's Boston hardcore, mostly SIEGE and SSD. Their recording is raw, their drums are pounding, their guitar and bass are buzzsaws of treble and distortion and the vocals are spit with an unreal amount of venom. Violent music from young men in a violent city.

D. VASSALOTTI "BOOK OF GHOSTS" LP (VINYL RITES)
David has been cutting his teeth for 10 years in various bands around the Tampa area. Most recently he's been half of MERCHANDISE and a quarter of NEON BLUD, before that he was one of the primarJAMy song writers in CULT RITUAL, and all this time he has had 5+ other projects on deck. Very rarely do we drop the ex-members card at VINYL RITES, but having that kind of musical pedigree is pretty unbeatable. His first solo LP is wildly different from the aforementioned groups, although it shares some of the bedroom sensibilities that MERCHANDISE espouses so well. Luckily for all of us, great song writing transcends genre and with BOOK OF GHOSTS he explores more of the Creation Records and 4AD back catalog. His musical hombre ZZ compares it to FELT and TRANS era NEIL YOUNG. It seamlessly goes from intensely personal singer-songwriter numbers to huge and lush shoe-gazing darkness, from NEW ORDER pop to THIS MORTAL COIL downers. Not only our favorite release on VINYL RITES yet, but it's also one of the most hauntingly beautiful recordings we've heard in years.

WARRIOR KIDS "LES ENFANT DE L'ESPOIR" LP (KATORGA WORKS)
This is the official U.S. reissue of the classic debut LP from Marseilles, France's Warrior Kids. This comes at a very crucial time, as it marks this classic skinhead/oi band's 30th year of existence. Appearing on various classic oi compilations, the original incarnation of Warrior Kids released a 7" single and this phenomenal LP. Warrior Kids remain one of the archetypical French oi bands, alongside Camera Silens, Snix, and Komintern Sect and this long out-of-print/expensive LP is now made available to the record buying public once more. Remastered by Josh Bonati. Comes in a beautiful gatefold jacket with 17"x9" poster.

SPAZZ "LA REVANCHA" LP (625)
Next up in the series of legitimate SPAZZ releases is their "La Revancha" LP originally released on Sound Pollution in 1995. This LP marked a new point in SPAZZ's output ? they had found their signature sound and tried to push this to its extreme. 20+ minutes of crazed Bay Area power violence with a CRYPTIC SLAUGHTER cover to boot.  Limited to 1500 pressed, all with 12x24 screened two color covers, insert and colored vinyl (split between 750 each on red vinyl and yellow vinyl). Be sure to watch for the last installment, a vinyl reissue of SPAZZ's debut "Dwarf Jester Rising" LP!

NERVESKADE "S/T" LP (STATIC AGE)
The first full length from Portlands newest generation of young noise punks !!! Manic Hardcore ala Lebenden Toten, Discharge, Confuse and Disorder !!! Brilliant Artwork !!! For Punks Only !!!

PROBLEMS "MAKE IT THROUGH THE NIGHT" LP (STATIC AGE)
Wow! Killer PDX punk rock. Their first LP after a bunch of 45's. All you need to    know is that this is some urgent punked out hardcore the way it is supposed to be played. They have slashing guitars with pounding drums that rise out of the discordant noise climaxing into a screaming rant. This is worlds above the other punk out there, being played by folks who have lived it. ( Members of Poison Idea, Severed Head of State, Pierced Arrows, Resist, Defiance etc. )

BELLEVUE "DISCOGRAPHY 80-83" LP (STATIC AGE)
Here is another beautiful piece of punk rock outta Switzerland !!! This time it is the Bellevue Discography Lp 1980 - 1983 Lp!!! Bellevue-Discography LP. Absolutly beautifully packaged collection of the two 7"s of this essential Swisspunk band, some never before released studio songs from the period plus three remastered but still raw live songs. Includes innersleave with Rare pictures, History and Biography !!! On various Kbd boots ...

NOEM "4 SONG" 12" (STATIC AGE)
POST/NOISE-PUNK. Members of HERPES, DISCO VIETNAM and PRESSGANG delivering the most scarry, dangerous and mysterious stuff out of the fucking Hauptstadt., Berlin. Recommended for people who never get out of bed, pop their zits with sweaty fingers or just love FLIPPER, NO BALLS, DRUNKDRIVER, BLACK FLAG and PISSED JEANS. These 4 tracks are 100% sick fucking shit ...

EXIT CONDITION "H2SO4" LP (BOSS TUNEAGE)
"H2SO4" would have been the name of the bands follow up to "Days Of Wild Skies" that was never recorded, however the 13 tracks on here give a rough indication of what would have been included on that album! This compiles the final studio recordings of the band from 1991-1994 onto vinyl , featuring 13 tracks made up of the peel session, split LP with Sofahead tracks, split 7" with Reverse tracks and the 4 song session that included the split 7" with Lovemen released on Snuffy Smile. Nine of these tracks have never previoulsy been available on vinyl!  With all tracks being digitally remastered, this limited edition coloured vinyl LP has a heavyweight board sleeve and printed insert containing liner notes from drummer Richard Stanier, plus photos and memorabilia from the bands personal collection, this is a must have release for fans of the whole UKHC scene.

EXIT CONDITION "DAYS OF WILD SKIES" LP (BOSS TUNEAGE)
“Days Of Wild Skies” is the second of these releases, the bands classic album originally released on Meantime in 1990, the original of which has been out of print for almost two decades and is highly sought after. Its my personal favourite album of the early 90s by a UK band alongside Leatherface's "Mush".  With all tracks being digitally remastered, this limited edition coloured vinyl LP has a heavyweight board sleeve and printed insert containing liner notes from drummer Richard Stanier, plus photos and memorabilia from the bands personal collection, this is a must have release for fans of the whole UKHC scene.

ACCUSED, THE "MORE FUN THAN AN OPEN CASKET FUNERAL" LP (UNREST)
 The Accused created a form of music they call "splatter-rock" which is screaming fast hardcore, metal and punk all wrapped into one, with lyrics that range from politics to cartoonish death and destruction. This classic has been out of press for quite some time. The original pressing from 1987, on Combat Records, has sold over 50,000 copies worldwide and is now back due to popular demand on Unrest Records, remastered.

ACCUSED, THE "ARCHIVE TAPES 81-86" 2xLP (UNREST)
This relic is a musical time machine documenting their rise to ambiguity, providing insight on their influence and underground status as forefathers of early 80's "crossover". The ACCUSED's 34 song "Archives Tapes" 2xLP reveals early teen-punk roots, including early demo tracks of vintage 'Splatter Rock' and the creeping metal-influence!! It also contains humbling outtakes, candid rehearsal sessions, live bootlegs and extensive liner notes.  Packaging comes in a nice glossy gatefold cover.  Splatter heads beware!!

FREEZE, THE "RABID REACTION" LP (SCHIZOPHRENIC)
Thought by many to be the quintessential full-length by The Freeze, 1986's "Rabid Reaction" is ten tracks that clock in at around 25 minutes. The Freeze were an integral part of the early Boston scene, but played a more melodic, punk rock influenced brand of hardcore.

FREEZE, THE "LIVE FROM CAPE COD 1980" LP (SCHIZOPHRENIC)
The Holy Grail of all Freeze Releases.... This live lp contains the earliest live documentation of the band. The band had just released their classic I Hate Tourist 7" and were masking enemies wherever they went. This LP contains unreleased songs and many songs that were rewritten or adapted and would later be featured on the bands classic 80's LP's: Land of the lost and Rabid Reaction. Great sound quality. First press includes a large color poster and colored vinyl.

BOLD "THE SEARCH 1985-1989" 2xLP (REVELATION)
"The Search: 1985-1989" fittingly illustrates the journey of Bold from the raw energy and passion of the Crippled Youth "Join The Fight" EP, to the milestone straight edge hardcore album "Speak Out", and finally to their vastly progressed swan song, "Looking Back". This complete discography allows for some insight into the development of Bold as a band and as people - the lyrics and music move together, a synchronicity that marks the growth of the band. Drawing influences from the bands that came before them like Bad Brains, Minor Threat, and Youth Of Today, Bold burst out on the scene with something to prove, and more importantly, something to say. Now available on vinyl with a gatefold cover. Vinyl version includes digital download.

BACKTRACK "DARKER HALF" LP (REAPER)
Uncompromising NYHC flag-bearers, Backtrack, have been working hard on their debut CD/LP, "Darker Half." Their album-titled single has already made its way around blogs, music news sites and message boards with more singles to be released all the way through street date. Since their 2008 demo release, they've released a string of 7"s, giving them three full years to hone their Long Island-inspired brand of NYHC for their first full-length. Vinyl version includes digital download.

TRAPPED UNDER ICE "BIG KISS GOODNIGHT" LP (REAPER)
With roots embedded deep in the hardcore scene, Trapped Under Ice is broadening their reach and exploding far beyond genres like their predecessors Hatebreed did. Trapped Under Ice gets diehard support from hardcore punks, tried and true metal heads, and everyone in between. Here's 13 tracks packed with the signature T.U.I. groove, grit and pit starter. LP includes digital download.

TERROR "KEEPERS OF THE FAITH" LP (REAPER)
Frontman Scott Vogel sums it all up, “This is the record we put everything we have into, from the music to the lyrics, the layout to the title and to the direct hand to hand street marketing approach, we are putting it all on the line. We took all the rules of what’s going on in the industry today and washed them from our minds. We wanted to capture those early days of hardcore. This is the record we were destined to make. This is TERROR at its best and I’m so excited to get this out and start touring surrounding its energy and passion.”  So prepare for the release; the latest communiqué to the troops; everyone on high alert for the imminent distribution of hardcore reality. You know what you’re getting into when TERROR releases new tracks. Clear any room you may be in because it’s not gonna be pretty.

NAYSAYER "LAID TO REST" LP (REAPER)
Richmond, VA has a long tradition of strong and vital hardcore outfits, and in a scene that puts out that much quality consistently, there is only one surefire way to ignite a crowd: by pouring your heart and being into every set. NAYSAYER are masters of that way. Every song becomes an incendiary device when performed live. Bodies fly, limbs blur, things are broken … and in the end, all is mended through the catharsis. Debuting with the EP No Remorse in 2009 and continuing on with the Down But Not Out EP earlier this year, fall 2011 brings NAYSAYER’s first full-length to Reaper, Laid To Rest. Get it, learn it, and go experience it live. Expect more shows. More brutality. More trips to the hospital. Don’t worry, you’ll heal.

TAKE OFFENSE "TABLES WILL TURN" LP (REAPER)
With a sound undeniably influenced by the Venice, CA style of hardcore (Suicidal Tendencies, No Mercy, Beowulf), Take Offense is a refreshing and welcomed addition to a saturated market of cookie-cutter hardcore bands. After a self-released cassette tape and EP entitled "Peace In Death," as well as the "Happiness Under Chains" EP released on Double Or Nothing Records, Take Offense is soon to be releasing a full-length album entitled "Tables Will Turn' on Reaper Records. The record features a total of ten songs, seven of which are brand new tracks while three previously written songs will round out the release.

TERROR "LOWEST OF THE LOW" LP (BRIDGE NINE)
Former Buried Alive vocalist Scott Vogel and main songwriter from Carry On Todd Jones front this amazing hardcore act. Nine tracks of stripped down, straight forward hardcore for fans of Throwdown, American Nightmare or Hatebreed. Now available again on colored vinyl. LP includes digital download.

GIVE UP THE GHOST "YEAR ONE" LP (BRIDGE NINE)
Arguably one of the most important collection of recordings on Bridge Nine EVER. American Nightmare's first two EP's, the seminal "Self Titled" 7" and sophomore "The Sun Isn't Getting Any Brighter" 7" (originally released in 2000 and 2001, respectively), helped raise awareness for both the band and the Bridge Nine label worldwide. The release of the first AN 7" represented a very different time at the label - when the band went into the studio to record, Bridge Nine was still being run out of an apartment in Boston's Mission Hill. Tim (guitar) and Wes (vocals) were roommates and friends, putting out their first EP was a natural fit. It's crazy to think that 10 years have past, and of all of the stuff that has happened since. Everyone moves on, everything changes. But fortunately, the impact that these songs left a decade ago is still being felt across the hardcore/punk music scene worldwide. Their influence has been undeniable, and this 10th anniversary re-issue is an opportunity to make the songs available again on vinyl for a new generation of fans. When the EP's were originally released, Bridge Nine had a slim budget to work with. In 2011 our resources are still limited but we were able to give this release each of the quality details that it deserves. Each LP is pressed on heavy weight 180 gram vinyl. The recording's laquers were mastered by John Golden, and the vinyl is a mix of mostly black with a little bit of red, white or blue, an effect that we wanted to do in 2001 but couldn't afford at the time. Each LP includes a large, 17"x22" double sided poster insert, with a big collage of all things AN from the early years. To top it all off, the iconic angel illustrated by Linas Garsys that has graced the cover of multiple Give Up The Ghost releases is now embossed, to give it a nice 3D appearance.

GIVE UP THE GHOST "BACKGROUND MUSIC" LP (DEATHWISH)
American Nightmare's "Background Music" was originally released by Equal Vision Records on June 12th, 2001. Produced by Tim Cossar and Dean Baltulonis, "Background Music" is anything but what the title implies, standing the test of time as a true hardcore classic. Deathwish, under exclusive license from Equal Vision Records, is proud to announce the reissue of "Background Music" on vinyl format. LP includes free digital download.

GIVE UP THE GHOST "WE'RE DOWN TIL WE'RE UNDERGROUND" LP (DEATHWISH)
"We're Down Til We're Underground" by Give Up The Ghost was originally released by Equal Vision Records on September 23rd, 2003. Produced by Jim Siegel (Blood For Blood, Slapshot) and Tim Cossar, "We're Down..." is a true milestone of a hardcore album, encapsulating the personal growth, strife and struggle of the band members that helped to create it. Deathwish, under exclusive license from Equal Vision Records, is proud to announce the reissue of "We're Down Til We're Underground" on vinyl format. LP includes free digital download.

CRUEL HAND "LOCK AND KEY" LP (BRIDGE NINE)
Full of just as many catchy, metallic riffs as mosh parts, "Lock & Key" is a heavy mix of influences like Madball, Leeway, Cro-Mags, Metallica, Suicidal and Obituary, and is one of the most well-rounded hardcore albums in recent memory. "Lock & Key" was recorded in Wakefield, MA with producer Jay Maas (Verse, Bane, Defeater) and illustrates what Cruel Hand is capable of both lyrically and musically - this is more than just a progression of their past material, this is a defining release for Cruel Hand. Cruel Hand has shared the stage with bands like Have Heart, Bane, Terror and Death Before Dishonor, and will continue to tour the globe non-stop in support of "Lock & Key." Vinyl version includes digital download.

CARRY ON "A LIFE LESS PLAGUED" LP (BRIDGE NINE)
One of the greatest albums B9 has ever released, Carry On's "A Life Less Plagued" originally came out 10 years ago and was the first full-length the label ever put out. Unfortunately, Carry On broke up shortly after its release, and the record has been highly sought after ever since. "A Life Less Plagued" has been unavailable on LP for the last seven years and finally, Bridge Nine has re-pressed this classic album.

POLICE AND THIEVES "FRACTURING" LP (YOUNGBLOOD)
Washington, DC's Police & Thieves return with seven new songs of fast, melodic hardcore combining influences from their hometown with elements of post punk, having just as much in common with Dag Nasty and Marginal Man as well as later-era Seaweed and Samiam. For fans of Verbal Assault, Turning Point, Embrace and Dag Nasty. LP includes digital download.

CHAOS UK "S/T" LP (PAPAGAJUV HLASATEL)
Beautiful reissue of the debut album by the almighty Chaos UK. I always found this record to be fairly unique in their discography... it doesn't really fit in with the simple, catchy punk of their Riot City singles, nor is it noisy enough to really stand next to the full on noise-punk assault they would pioneer with later records like Short, Sharp Shock. While there are elements of both of those sounds still, this always seemed to me like Chaos UK's stab at anarcho punk... the drumming in particular recalls that style, with lots of mid-paced, tom-heavy, pounding rhythms and ranting vocals. While I absolutely adore all periods of Chaos UK, when I look at what I actually listen to this is probably my most-played of their LPs. It's different and not exactly what you would expect from this band, but a total classic.

JAM, THE "IN THE CITY" LP (POLYDOR)
Originally forming in Woking, Surrey in 1972, the Jam, fronted by guitarist and singer Paul Weller, and backed by Bruce Foxton on bass and Rick Buckler on drums, truly benefited from London's nascent punk scene of the late 1970s; this, despite their resolutely mod revivalist image. With a look that paid homage to the The Who and the Kinks a decade earlier, they released In The City on Polydor in May 1977, reaching a UK peak of No.20. In The City ís title track was released as the band's debut single a month earlier, making a respectable Top 40 showing. The album's 12 tracks, spread across a bold, energetic and clamorous 32 minutes, features ten Weller originals, as well as a cover of Larry Williamsí ëSlow Downí plus a quirky take on the Batman theme tune.

V/A "GIRLS IN THE GARAGE, VOL 12" LP (SAPERLIPOPETTE)
Here we are with a very special volume, entirely devoted to French pop girls. Not always what you might call garage music, but you are sure to dig these 14 charming French swinging ladies! Released only on beautiful blue vinyl!

BLACK FLAG "EVERYTHING WENT BLACK" 2xLP (SST)
This compilation provides an excellent collection of Black Flag tracks from the pre-Rollins era. Morris, Chavo, and Dez all added a unique character to the band, and this album makes it obvious. The progression of the band's sound is apparent, the multiple version of Gimme Gimme Gimme make it clear, but overall the listener hears the band's sound get more aggressive and faster as the LP progresses. Overall a great record to buy to see the progression of Black Flag as a band, prior to Rollins taking over in 1981.

ALL "ALLROY FOR PREZ" 12" (CRUZ)
"Allroy for Prez is an EP exclusively filled with love songs. It's a damn fine one as well, featuring a novel chemistry between Stevenson, Edgerton, and Alvarez. ALL's vocalist on the album is Dave Smalley; he's the versatile frontman of punk bands DYS, Dag Nasty, and Down by Law, emerging in the album as a student of love. His voice strains and lacks confidence, almost unrecognizable when compared to his later work where he sounds like he has taken a few shots of whiskey before approaching the microphone. This innocence only helps the album as this student of love rebukes his former affairs. As for Smalley's back-up, they get their own time in the spotlight with an instrumental (a trend on some ALL/Descendents albums) that sets up the end of the album. They jam as expected with Stevenson and Alvarez breaking down Edgerton's heavy riffs, sounding much like the theme song to a zombie invasion of a skate park."

RISE AND FALL "HELLMOUTH" LP (DEATHWISH)
Originally released by JTTP Records and Surprise Attack Records in 2004, this definitive Deathwish version is a new pressing and boasts a brand new mastering job, revamped artwork and three bonus tracks never previously available on vinyl (including an Integrity cover). Listening back years later, it's apparent that even in their primordial form, Rise And Fall had the musical venom to compete with the biggest beasts out there. Thunderous drumming, thick walls of guitars, ripping solos and brutal vocals all coalesce to lay the blueprint for "punk metal" as we know it, making Hellmouth an essential experience for any hardcore fan out there today.

BLACKLISTED "WE'RE UNSTOPPABLE" LP (DEATHWISH)
A body-smashing collection of early and rare material from Philadelphia, PA true-grit hardcore obliterators Blacklisted. A furious assault of infectious mosh breaks, total urgency and powerful lyrics. Includes the band's out-of-print "Our Youth Is Wasted" recordings, as well as their hard-to-find early demos. Now available on colored vinyl. Vinyl version includes digital download.

BATTLETORN "REFLECT THE FILTH" LP (MAD AT THE WORLD)
Despite becoming a two-city in 2007, the NYC/ Nashville thrash-duo William and Omid soldiered on and continued to lay musical waste to all that crossed their path, managing a tour of Japan in the process. The ingredients to Battletorn's vision are few and simple, but they deliver such a ferocious thrash/ punk/ metal/ hardcore mania that you'd never guess there's only two of them. Perhaps the words of others describe them best: "With nothing to hide behind, be it longwinded, cryptic lyrics, 'majestic' album art or dense and overdone production, Battletorn come quickly, come prejudicially, and itís all over before oneís able to really process what has transpired." (LeftHandPath) Reflect the Filth will be the band's final full-length offering, and compiles 8 studio tracks recorded at The Thousand Caves with Behold... The Arctopus' Colin Marston at the knobs on the A-side. Side B has a complete live set (clocking in at 15 minutes, it's the band's longest) recorded in Tokyo on the last night of their Japanese tour. The records is a split release between Mad at the World (New York/ Montreal), Grrman Records (UK), and Challenge the Throne (US/ Cal).

MODERN HATE VIBE #5 ZINE
New issue from the well-renowned UK editor Ms. Bryony Beynon. You may recognize her writing from the column she publishes in Maximum Rock N Roll and this here is her zine. Written and laid out in a total stream-of-consciousness manner, the zine kicks off with a review of a book detailing the early days of THE DESPERATE BICYCLES and Hackney, UK DIY punk. Following that HYGIENE gab about how different British cities play a role in the music that develops and is unique to each area. Also included is an interview with Canada's NU SENSAE, writing on everything from THE WAITRESSES to late-80's NYHC, and a mess of other editorials and reviews. Half size, 46 pages.

PAINS HARDCORE FANZINE #6 ZINE
Hardcore fanzine for the freaks, here's Canada's printed powerhouse, Pains. This new issue begins with a quote from the mighty Pig Champion and segues into a wacky, stupor-inducing chat with OMEGAS. Boston HC brethren RIVAL MOB and BOSTON STRANGLER offer up one-page interviews and we get a bit longer posthumous interview with Mike of BORN BAD. A good chunk of the zine is dedicated to the entertaining URBAN BLIGHT Euro tour journal as well. No reviews this issue, just a mind boggling "top 100 hardcore songs 2000-2010". Enough said, pick it up if you're looking for a hardcore fanzine that delivers where it should. Full size, 18 pages.

ACHTUNG #4 ZINE
The primitive punk zine out of Memphis TN returns. Features THE UV RACE, CHEAP TIME, and TY SEGALL plus Photos from Don Perry and April Novak Reviews of the latest 1977/Last Laugh/Sing Sing records from Goner Guru John Hoppe Memphis scene report part II and some other stuff.

OBSESSOR "SICK SALVATION" TAPE (TANKCRIMES)
Brand new 2 track cassingle from my solo metal punk project OBSESSOR. This recording is a bit beefier than the 1st and the influences range from AUTOPSY, SLAYER and SACRILEGE to more midtempo stuff such as VENOM, MOTORHEAD, AND METALLICA. You'll hear em all here when u buy the 2 song cassette. 2 very good songs that are long enough (but not too long) to get your moneys worth. Pro printed cassettes. Real deal.

HOLY SHIT! "LIVE ON WMSE" TAPE (ULTRAWASTE)
To celebrate ten years of Holy Shit! Ultrawaste presents the amazing live set HS! did on WMSE 25 songs of 100mph hardcore/punk played to perfection, think DIE KREUZEN meets NEOS in a blender, Holy Shit throws in a blend of humor to some songs but always keeping it intense, taking only a moment needed for Tony to yell out the song title in between songs. Let your short attention span be put to the test!

RESTOCKS 01.12.18:
86 MENTALITY - FINAL EXIT 7"
AGNOSTIC FRONT - UNITED BLOOD 7"
ANTIDOTE - THOU SHALT NOT KILL 7"
AUTHORITIES - SOUNDTRACK FOR TROUBLE 7"
AVENGERS - WE ARE THE ONE 7"
BATTLETORN - BURN FAST 7"
CAREER SUICIDE - SARS 7"
CREEM - GOOD RIDDANCE 7"
CRIME DESIRE - IN LUCIFER'S GRIP 7"
CULO - MILITARY TREND 7"
CULO - TOXIC VISION 7"
DICKS - HATE THE POLICE 7"
DILS - 198 SECONDS OF ... 7"
EXTORTION - CONTROL 7"
EXTORTION/AGENTS OF ABHORRENCE - SPLIT 7"
FACE REALITY - S/T 7"
GIVE - BOOTS OF FAITH 7"
GIVE UP THE GHOST (AMERICAN NIGHTMARE) - DEMO 7"
LOVE TRIANGLE - SPLENDID LIVING 7"
MALE NURSES - S/T 7"
NECROS - SEX DRIVE 7"
NEGATIVE LIFESTYLE - PANIC 7"
NO TOLERANCE - NO REMORSE, NO TOLERANCE 7"
PSYCHED TO DIE - SCATTER BRAINED 7"
RED DONS - ESCAPING AMMAN 7"
RED DONS - PARIAH 7"
SHITTY LIMITS - HERE ARE THE LIMITS 7"
STATE - EXCOMMUNICATED 7"
STATE - NIHIL EX NIHIL O 7"
STATE - SANCTIMONY 7"
STATE / FUCK THIS - SPLIT 7"
TERRIBLE FEELINGS - IMPENDING DOOM 7"
TRANZMITORS - BIGGER HOUSES 7"
VACANT STATE - INTERNAL CONFLICT 7"

AGNOSTIC FRONT - VICTIM IN PAIN LP
ANNIHILATION TIME - III: TALES OF THE ANCIENT AGE LP
ANTI-CIMEX - THE RECORDS 81-86 LP
ARCTIC FLOWERS - REVERIES LP
AUTISTIC YOUTH - IDLE MINDS LP
AVENGERS - S/T LP
BEAT, THE - S/T LP
BLOODSTAINS ACROSS TEXAS - V/A - COMP LP
BLOODSTAINS ACROSS THE MIDWEST - V/A - COMP LP
BRUTAL KNIGHS - LIVING BY YOURSELF LP
BRUTAL KNIGHTS - FEAST OF SHAME LP
BUSY SIGNALS - S/T LP
CAREER SUCIDE - ATTEMPTED SUICIDE LP
CAREER SUCIDE - KANGAROO LP
CIRCLE JERKS - WILD IN THE STREETS LP
COCK SPARRER - SHOCK TROOPS LP
COLD WORLD - DEDICATED TO BABIES WHO CAME FEET FIRST LP
CONDOMINIUM - WARM HOME LP
CRIME DESIRE - S/T LP
CULO - LIFE IS VILE, SO ARE WE LP
DOUBLE NEGATIVE - DAYDREAMNATION LP
EXTORTION - DEGENERATE LP
EXTORTION - SICK LP
IRON AGE - CONSTANT STRUGGLE LP
IRON LUNG - LIFE.IRONLUNG.DEATH LP
KIDS, THE - S/T LP
KILLED BY DEATH VOL. 6 - V/A - COMP LP
KILLED BY DEATH VOL. 9 - V/A - COMP LP
LIBYANS - A COMMON PLACE LP
MARKED MEN - ON THE OUTSIDE LP
MARVELOUS DARLINGS - SINGLE LIFE
MIND SPIDERS - S/T LP
MOTHER'S CHILDREN - THAT'S WHO LP
PAINTBOX - SINGING SHOUTING CRYING LP
RED DONS - DEATH TO IDEALISM LP
RED DONS - FAKE MEETS FAILURE LP
SHITTY LIMITS - BEWARE THE LIMITS LP
SIDE BY SIDE - YOU'RE ONLY YOUNG ONCE LP
SMART COPS - PER PROTEGGERE E SERVIRE LP
SPAZZ - CRUSH KILL DESTROY LP
SPITS, THE - 19 MILLION A.C. EP LP
SPITS, THE - FIRST S/T LP
STEVE ADAMYK BAND "FOREVER WON'T WAIT" LP
TENEMENT - NAPALM DREAM LP
TRAPPED UNDER ICE - SECRETS OF THE WORLD LP
URBAN WASTE - S/T LP
V/A - UNISSUED 60'S GARAGE ACETATES VOL.1 "GET OFF MY BACK" LP
VACANT STATE - FILL THE VOID LP
WHITE LUNG - IT'S THE EVIL LP

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