• The London one-man synth and garagepunk project is launching its first proper full-length release after some of its already very delicious singles and EPs. I have to say that Theo Zhykharyev just topped the recent short players with this album. The record is actually just one thing - one complete highlight. Something between Screamers meets early Numan/Tubeway Army and a health dose of DC hardcore. Awesome stuff! Energetic and slightly insane - it's hard not to love it. I think this will end up being one of the albums you whip out when someone claims no one makes great music anymore. (Erste Theke Tontraeger Records / Dreamland Syndicate Records) https://ppowerplant.bandcamp.com/album/people-in-the-sun-2
  • f you mention HERESY's "FACE UP TO IT!" album many people will tell you what a great album it was, let down by horrendous production. Now, 30 years since it was recorded, the band undertook a mammoth project to make the album finally sound how they had envisaged The original multi track master tapes were unearthed and baked to allow a transfer of all the raw recorded material and for the band to do a totally ground up restoration/remix on not only the original album, but also the rest of the session that included the bonus tracks originally only released on the Japanese version of the album "Voice Your Opinion" To say that the results have been remarkable would be an understatement and have exceeded the bands own expectations - turns out underneath the muddy production there was a phenomenal album just waiting to get out! But don't just take my word for it, listen to two tracks here to see the amazing difference... So we proudly present FACE UP TO IT! in 2018, sounding as the band hoped it would in 1988! And because its a special release, we have gone to town on the packaging! Three Sided Vinyl LP (the original album plus one sided 12") Packaged for this first pressing only in gatefold sleeve, with additional insert and a CD in PVC wallet of all tracks! Featuring liner notes from all band members. (Boss Tuneage Records)
  • ARMIA | legenda | LP

    23.00 incl. tax
    Legenda is their second studio album that was released in 1991. Official reissue on limted 180 gr black vinyl with printed inner sleeve. "Legenda" is an ambitious musical project, a multilayered masterpiece that is meaningful on many levels and escapes easy categorization. The production is fantastic: the sound is dark and monumental but unpretentious, powerful but relying on the strength of the composition rather than on petty heaviness, it is also cold and yet organic and epic. In addition to the classic punk instruments, there are some flute, French horn, acoustic guitar, clarinet, trumpet and synth on "Legenda". The horns increase the epic, monumental quality of the album, possibly even casting an almost ironic, self-reflexive light upon it, and add a subtle moodiness when needed. The synth is very much an atmospheric tool and offers a postindustrial reading of the Soviet epics. For what it is worth, and as irrelevant as it might be, "Legenda" blends the distinctively Polish punk sound of Dezerter (noticeably in the riffs' structure) with the awe-inspiring power of "In darkness"-era Antisect in order to get the perfect ink with which Armia are going to write a darkly ironic, multi-instrumental story about madness and alienation. "Legenda" is incredibly difficult to describe but listening to it as a story is probably the most relevant stance. There are interludes that give fluidity to the album and confer meaning to what precedes or follows. The Don Quijote metaphor that pervades the aesthetics of the Lp tends to indicate that "Legenda" could be a contextualized rewriting. A blinded man living in denial, obsessed with ideas but discarding reality, as pathetic as he is heroic, the Quijote prism can be meaningful on many levels. It could be a comment on post-Soviet Poland (debunking the mythical representation), or on punk-rock, or on the shibboleth of ideology, or on the creative act itself. (Terminal Sound Nuisance) (Metal Mind Production)
  • It's been a few years but FRANKIE STUBBS, the lead singer and guitarist for the legendary UK punk band LEATHERFACE, is back with an all new acoustic 4 song EP, "Blood Orange Moon". The record contains 3 brand new songs and a version of the LEATHERFACE favorite "Shipyards". Along with his unmistakeable voice, this stripped down EP highlights Frankie's unique approach to songwriting, thoughtful lyrics and intricate guitar playing. Backed by Graeme Philliskirk (LEATHERFACE, MEDICTATION) on additional acoustic guitars, Blood Orange Moon is wonderful look into what Frankie has been up to in his songwriting lately as well as a nostalgic throwback to the LEATHERFACE days. Frankies songs have the broad appeal that can attract new listeners and old fans alike. People will be singing along to these songs at his shows for years to come. This EP is a split release between Little Rocket Records in the UK and Rad Girlfriend Records in the US. (Rocket Records / Rad Girlfriend Records) https://radgirlfriendrecords.bandcamp.com/album/blood-orange-moon-ep
  • On January 1, 2000, I wrote a fax to Frankie and asked him, if he would like to release a few songs on my label - Sounds of Subterrania. 4months later - these six very special songs were released. 20 years later - Frankie is back on stage and we had thought about reissuing this record, which had been sold out for a long time, and selling it at his concerts. "Not long after re-convening Leatherface Frankie Stubbs put out this little solo acoustic 10". The results are sort of what you would imagine Leatherface would sound like without the electricity. The lack of musical varnish reveals a sound more akin to folk-blues then singer-songwriter. Of course, Stubbs' love of romantic pop is also on display here, as he (re)covers Elvis Presley's "I Can't Help Falling in Love With You" and Nick Cave's "Ship Song". (Sounds Of Subterrania) https://soundsofsubterrania.bandcamp.com/album/s-t-8
  • Re-Issue of the stellar 1986 album from pioneering hardcore band, Social Unrest! Classic second album from one of the leading forces of the Bay Area early HC Thrash scene! Limited edition red vinyl. "Part of the lively Northern California punk rock scene of the '80s, Social Unrest were a hardcore outfit whose abundant energy and defiant anti-authoritarian stance set a standard followed by many of their peers. Social Unrest were formed in Hayward, California in 1980, with the initial lineup featuring Creetin K-os on vocals, Doug Logic and Danny Norwood on guitars, John Vollick on bass, and Mark Monti on drums. After making a name for themselves with their hard-hitting live shows, they released their first EP in 1981, a three-song 7" titled Making Room for Youth that was produced by East Bay Ray of the Dead Kennedys. The 7" was released by local indie label Infrared Records, while Social Unrest's next recording project would be released on their own Libertine Records imprint, the 12" EP Rat in a Maze, which was also produced by East Bay Ray. The band toured in support of the release, and also contributed the song "Their Mistakes" to the influential hardcore compilation Not So Quiet on the Western Front, which was compiled by the punk fanzine Maximum Rock N Roll in association with Alternative Tentacles Records. By the time Social Unrest released their first full-length album, 1985's SU-2000, the group had a new lineup; K-os, Logic, and Vollick were out, and vocalist Jason Honea, guitarist James Brogan, and bassist Ray Moses Vegas were in. A second album followed in 1986, Before the Fall, which was released by Libertine Records in the United States, while Konkurrel picked it up for distribution in Europe. Social Unrest launched another American tour after the album's release, and played Europe for the first time in 1987; that same year, they also appeared on the anti-apartheid benefit compilation Viva Umkhonto. In 1988, the band dropped album number three, Now and Forever, which introduced new bassist Ron Isa and included a guest appearance from original vocalist Creetin K-os. Ironically, Now and Forever proved to be the final studio album from Social Unrest's original run; the band broke up by the end of 1988, with the live album Mental Breakdown (recorded at a 1987 concert in Wolfsburg, Germany) issued as a farewell gesture." Jason Honea moved to Germany to pursue his education, and he formed a new band, Happy After Ever. Meanwhile, James Brogan joined the Bay Area pop-punk outfit Samiam. In 1995, Social Unrest's recorded catalog was reissued on a pair of compilations from New Red Archives, Complete Studio Recordings, Vol. 1 and Complete Studio Recordings, Vol. 2. In 1996, Danny Norwood and Mark Monti reunited Social Unrest, recording a new studio album, New Lows, which featured Creetin K-os and Jason Honea taking turns on bass and vocals, and was produced by Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day. The group played occasional live shows, and released a 7" vinyl EP titled Social Unrest in 2009, with another 7", Songs for Sinners, following in 2010. In 2017, Social Unrest and New Red Archives teamed up to release a new vinyl edition of Before the Fall. (New Red Archives Records)
  • Special limited white vinyl LP pressing of the classic 1982 EP from Bay Area hardcore/thrash legends, Social Unrest! Rat In A Maze was produced by Dead Kennedy's East Bay Ray. Formed in 1980. Social Unrest released their first 7" record in 1981 and were quite influential in the development of the Bay Area hardcore scene throughout the 1980s. "Part of the lively Northern California punk rock scene of the '80s, Social Unrest were a hardcore outfit whose abundant energy and defiant anti-authoritarian stance set a standard followed by many of their peers. Social Unrest were formed in Hayward, California in 1980, with the initial lineup featuring Creetin K-os on vocals, Doug Logic and Danny Norwood on guitars, John Vollick on bass, and Mark Monti on drums. After making a name for themselves with their hard-hitting live shows, they released their first EP in 1981, a three-song 7" titled Making Room for Youth that was produced by East Bay Ray of the Dead Kennedys. The 7" was released by local indie label Infrared Records, while Social Unrest's next recording project would be released on their own Libertine Records imprint, the 12" EP Rat in a Maze, which was also produced by East Bay Ray. The band toured in support of the release, and also contributed the song "Their Mistakes" to the influential hardcore compilation Not So Quiet on the Western Front, which was compiled by the punk fanzine Maximum Rock N Roll in association with Alternative Tentacles Records. By the time Social Unrest released their first full-length album, 1985's SU-2000, the group had a new lineup; K-os, Logic, and Vollick were out, and vocalist Jason Honea, guitarist James Brogan, and bassist Ray Moses Vegas were in. A second album followed in 1986, Before the Fall, which was released by Libertine Records in the United States, while Konkurrel picked it up for distribution in Europe. Social Unrest launched another American tour after the album's release, and played Europe for the first time in 1987; that same year, they also appeared on the anti-apartheid benefit compilation Viva Umkhonto. In 1988, the band dropped album number three, Now and Forever, which introduced new bassist Ron Isa and included a guest appearance from original vocalist Creetin K-os. Ironically, Now and Forever proved to be the final studio album from Social Unrest's original run; the band broke up by the end of 1988, with the live album Mental Breakdown (recorded at a 1987 concert in Wolfsburg, Germany) issued as a farewell gesture." Jason Honea moved to Germany to pursue his education, and he formed a new band, Happy After Ever. Meanwhile, James Brogan joined the Bay Area pop-punk outfit Samiam. In 1995, Social Unrest's recorded catalog was reissued on a pair of compilations from New Red Archives, Complete Studio Recordings, Vol. 1 and Complete Studio Recordings, Vol. 2. In 1996, Danny Norwood and Mark Monti reunited Social Unrest, recording a new studio album, New Lows, which featured Creetin K-os and Jason Honea taking turns on bass and vocals, and was produced by Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day. The group played occasional live shows, and released a 7" vinyl EP titled Social Unrest in 2009, with another 7", Songs for Sinners, following in 2010. In 2017, Social Unrest and New Red Archives teamed up to release a new vinyl edition of Before the Fall. (New Red Archives Records)
  • Limited edition blue vinyl pressing of the 1985 debut album by politically-charged punk rockers, Social Unrest! This is considered a seminal album in the Bay Area hardcore punk scene and comes packaged with a printed sleeve containing all the album’s lyrics! "Part of the lively Northern California punk rock scene of the '80s, Social Unrest were a hardcore outfit whose abundant energy and defiant anti-authoritarian stance set a standard followed by many of their peers. Social Unrest were formed in Hayward, California in 1980, with the initial lineup featuring Creetin K-os on vocals, Doug Logic and Danny Norwood on guitars, John Vollick on bass, and Mark Monti on drums. After making a name for themselves with their hard-hitting live shows, they released their first EP in 1981, a three-song 7" titled Making Room for Youth that was produced by East Bay Ray of the Dead Kennedys. The 7" was released by local indie label Infrared Records, while Social Unrest's next recording project would be released on their own Libertine Records imprint, the 12" EP Rat in a Maze, which was also produced by East Bay Ray. The band toured in support of the release, and also contributed the song "Their Mistakes" to the influential hardcore compilation Not So Quiet on the Western Front, which was compiled by the punk fanzine Maximum Rock N Roll in association with Alternative Tentacles Records. By the time Social Unrest released their first full-length album, 1985's SU-2000, the group had a new lineup; K-os, Logic, and Vollick were out, and vocalist Jason Honea, guitarist James Brogan, and bassist Ray Moses Vegas were in. A second album followed in 1986, Before the Fall, which was released by Libertine Records in the United States, while Konkurrel picked it up for distribution in Europe. Social Unrest launched another American tour after the album's release, and played Europe for the first time in 1987; that same year, they also appeared on the anti-apartheid benefit compilation Viva Umkhonto. In 1988, the band dropped album number three, Now and Forever, which introduced new bassist Ron Isa and included a guest appearance from original vocalist Creetin K-os. Ironically, Now and Forever proved to be the final studio album from Social Unrest's original run; the band broke up by the end of 1988, with the live album Mental Breakdown (recorded at a 1987 concert in Wolfsburg, Germany) issued as a farewell gesture." Jason Honea moved to Germany to pursue his education, and he formed a new band, Happy After Ever. Meanwhile, James Brogan joined the Bay Area pop-punk outfit Samiam. In 1995, Social Unrest's recorded catalog was reissued on a pair of compilations from New Red Archives, Complete Studio Recordings, Vol. 1 and Complete Studio Recordings, Vol. 2. In 1996, Danny Norwood and Mark Monti reunited Social Unrest, recording a new studio album, New Lows, which featured Creetin K-os and Jason Honea taking turns on bass and vocals, and was produced by Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day. The group played occasional live shows, and released a 7" vinyl EP titled Social Unrest in 2009, with another 7", Songs for Sinners, following in 2010. In 2017, Social Unrest and New Red Archives teamed up to release a new vinyl edition of Before the Fall. (New Red Archives Records)
  • FALL OF EFRAFA follow up their 2006 album "Owsla" with "Elil", the second installment in the trilogy known as "The Warren of Snares". Elil is a maelstrom of crushing, epic, emotive crust hardcore, taking influence from the like of Neurosis, Remains of the Day, His Hero Is Gone, and Godspeed! You Black Emperor." (Alerta Antifascista Records) https://alertaantifascistarecords.bandcamp.com/album/aa44-fall-of-efrafa-elil-2xlp-cd
  • The long avaited final chapter of "The Warren Of Snares" trilogy, FALL OF EFRAFA conclude their mythological tale of an uprising against an oppressive system, based upon an interpretation of the classic novel "Watership Down" by Richard Adams. "Inle" is crushing yet beautiful, ambient and atmospheric heavey post hardcore, bringing to mind the likes of Neurosis, Buried Inside, Envy, Earth And Godspeed you black emperor. (Alerta Antifascista Records) https://alertaantifascistarecords.bandcamp.com/album/aa58-fall-of-efrafa-inle-2xlp-cd
  • New York's RASPBERRY BULBS (featuring members of BONE AWL and RORSCHACH,) make their Relapse Records debut with their highly anticipated new album, "Before the Age of Mirrors". Forever defying the conventions of underground music, RASPBERRY BULBS continue to push the envelope via their subversive take on occult Punk and Black Metal. Through maniacal lyricism, raw guitar snarls channeled through gritty, 4 track recordings, and a wall of distortion, RASPBERRY BULBS suffocate the listener every step of the way. RASPBERRY BULBS emphasize the volatile, confrontational attitudes of Punk with the discordant sounds of Lo-Fi Black Metal and inspirational fever dreams found only in weird fiction. In the band's own words, "parts paranoia, anger, and insane humor to satisfy the most cynical minds, "Before the Age of Mirrors" was crafted for the times where we desperately look for a way forward and we seem, at this dazzling stage, almost prepared to step through the mirror." (Relapse Records)
  • Upcoming
    The classic 1977 punk album - remastered and repackaged for its 40th anniversary. (NB this version replaces FREUDC044E which is now DELETED.) Now with 20-page booklet in a 'remus' card gatefold sleeve with notes and lyrics. Sole surviving Heartbreaker Walter Lure is touring 'LAMF' with an all-star line-up. * In 1977 this classic punk album had a sound flaw and wasn't heard properly until 1994 - after both former New York Dolls Johnny Thunders and Jerry Nolan had died. Now songs like 'Born To Lose' and 'Chinese Rocks' are acclaimed as punk anthems. The album has been remastered and repackaged to celebrate its 40th anniversary. Includes 20-page booklet with the background story of recording in punk London, and lyrics, in a card gatefold sleeve. The sole surviving Heartbreaker, Walter Lure, has been playing the album with an all-star line-up (members of Blondie, Replacements, MC5). * "That 'L.A.M.F.', the only album by Johnny Thunders' swaggering, smacked-up post New York Dolls outfit, The Heartbreakers, is one of New York punk's defining artefacts (despite being recorded in Britain), is beyond dispute. 12 songs that put the guitarist's abiding passions - Chuck Berry, The Rolling Stones, Phil Spector and Shadow Morton girl groups, glam, garage, trash and junk - in perfect, speedy collision." - Damien Love, Uncut mag, 9/10. (Jungle Records)
  • Malmö hc/råpunk time machine heading back to the early 80's. (Adult Crash Records) https://kasshuve.bandcamp.com/album/grisablod-8-track-ep
  • UK punk legends The Adicts tenth studio album release & the bands debut album with DC-Jam Records. For the last thirty-five years, English punk band The Adicts have been in a relentless pursuit of making music and touring for their fans. Night after night, singer Monkey adorns his signature jester’s outfit while his cohorts Pete Dee (guitar), Scruff” Ellis (guitar), Kid Dee, (drums), and Shahen (bass) back him dressed in all white. Since their highly revered debut, Songs of Praise, in 1981, which featured the fan favorite “Viva la Revolution,” The Adicts have gone on to become one of the most influential punk bands of the last three decades. A feat that very few bands have ever accomplished. While others in the early English punk scene took a heavy heart singing about politics, society and angst, The Adicts separated themselves with their dystopian style and upbeat music with light-hearted lyrics that jabbed with sarcasm. Fast forward to 2012 and the only thing that’s changed is the world around them. On September 11, The Adicts will release their tenth studio album, one that is sure to surprise fans. For their latest release, the band stepped out on the ledge, integrating new styles and influences in their music, while maintaining their signature sound. Limited to 300 copies with poster & printed lyrics innersleeve. (DC-Jam Records) (DC-Jam Records)
  • One of the fiercest, most violent punk sessions ever recorded, the legendary Italian hardcore outfit’s 1983 ‘Brown Studio’ demo has unbelievably never appeared on vinyl in its original form (although you’ll recognise ‘Fuck Authority’, culled from here to appear on MRR’s ‘Welcome to 1984’ comp). Nineteen songs of feral thrash in 23 minutes, kicked out with unreal fury, chainsaw guitars and savage vocals. Remastered by Raw Power freak James Cavalluzzo (Malhavoc) from an original copy of the demo, this has been beefed up without sacrificing the essential rawness. Ugly Pop is proud to present this killer 12”, released in a limited pressing with the band’s cooperation. (Ugly Pop Records)  
  • Besthöven is a one-man band from Gama City, Brasil active since the year 1990 very well-known for their numerous full releases and split outputs with for example FINAL SLUM WAR, DISCLOSE, TROXIN 245, WARVICTIMS, SKELETON,... Besthöven plays full-on-charge D-Beat, Raw Punk, Crustcore taken influences from such great bands as DISCHARGE or DISCLOSE, on "Tomorrow´s Hell" you´ll get eight new tracks (one of them sung in Portuguese) recorded at the Batcave Studio between 18th to 28th january 2020. The Dis-Nightmare continue. (Civilisation Records)
  • AXEGRINDER | satori | LP

    21.00 incl. tax
    You can feel it as much as hear it: the sound of crust-punk, scabrous and bleak – a soundtrack for the slow, painful disintegration of society and perhaps even humanity itself. A jolting, icy blast of reality through the world’s shattered windows. The sound of despair turning to defiance. Formed in London in 1986, Axegrinder arrived as the ongoing post-punk melting pot began to conjure ever-heavier new hybrid strains of the hardcore punk and underground metal scenes that were still only a few years old. Following in the groundbreaking footsteps of peers like Amebix and Sacrilege, the band swiftly established themselves as one of the most musically adventurous and hair-raisingly intense bands the UK had to offer. Renowned as an explosive live band, whether playing in a rot-infested squat or venturing into bigger, shinier venues, Axegrinder cemented their burgeoning reputation with their monstrous debut album The Rise Of The Serpent Men. The follow-up to a trio of widely hailed demos, it was released in 1989 via legendary British metal imprint Peaceville Records and was heralded as an underground classic. A brave, belligerent album that aggressively filtered Killing Joke’s pulsing nihilism through a prism of post-thrash grinding power, it was years ahead of its time. Unfortunately, the first chapter of the Axegrinder story came to an abrupt halt not long after the release of ...Serpent Men. After years of hard slog around the squats and pubs of the UK, both guitarist Steve Alton and vocalist Trev found themselves becoming increasingly disillusioned with the scene that they had helped to forge. Newly signed to Rise Above Records, Axegrinder will release Satori into a world that seems every bit as fucked up and bleak as the one they angrily assailed first time round. In reality, the anti-authoritarian message that burned at the heart of the crust-punk scene three decades ago has never lost its relevance or its power. From the crushing, slow-burn assault of Halo (Snakes For The Breeding) to the warped, nihilistic balladry of epic closer Too Far From Home, this is music that screams its righteous fury and creative clout from the rooftops. (Rise Above Records)
  • By now people know that most of the music coming out of Olympia WA is important in some way, be it artistically or politically. PHYSIQUE manages to hit both points by channeling the classic DISCHARGE/Kawakami (RIP) model of poetic, simplistic sloganeering and carefully crafted, noise fueled D-Beat punk music. "Punk Life Is Shit" exists to fight the nightmarish reality of inept politicians, capitalism, colonialism, gender struggles, Jesus useless Christ and impending nuclear war that we all live in. 3rd pressing is 150 copies on opaque turquoise or radiation yellow vinyl with an etched B-side, 22x22 double sided poster and digital download card all housed in a 24pt reverse board jacket. Photography by Yet Demeanor, Art by Bee, Fucker and Devin N.D.B.. Recorded by Joey at Left Field. Mastered by Will Killingsworth. (Iron Lung Records) https://ironlungpv.bandcamp.com/album/punk-life-is-shit-mlp-lungs-117
  • Includes s/t EP 7" (1984) + Falling 12" (1984) + "Warlords" ("Half Skull" Comp.7)". This collection of 16 bone crushing tracks from punk revivalists Decry. Decry was a major band in the '80s L.A. punk scene, even playing gigs with a young Guns N Roses, before going their separate ways - drummer Pat Muzingo went on to join punk/metal outfit Junkyard. Decry formed in 1982 in Monrovia, California. They are often credited as one of the leading bands of the 1980s punk revival. From 1983-1986 the band toured the US quite a few times and was featured on many radio shows such as Rodney on the Roq. Many bands opened for Decry such as Guns and Roses, L.A. Guns, Raw Power, Corrosion of Conformity, and CH3 to name a few. (Cleopatra Records)
  • MOSCOW DEATH BRIGADE | hoods up | LP or CD

    12.0014.00 incl. tax
    Third pressing of the legendary first ever vinyl release of MOSCOW DEATH BRIGADE. Eight masterpieces of strictly antifascist circle pit rap directly from the streets of Moscow. Includes the 5-track “Hoods Up” EP and three bonus songs, two never released anywhere before. A blasting and unique mixture of rap vocals, hard beats, hardcore riffs and DIY punk attitude. A real killer! (Fire and Flames Records)
  • A concise, cranium splitting, stipped-to-the-bone, audio onslaught! The avatars of Swedish hardcore are back with their second release for Epitaph and they clearly mean business. "Dedication" features maniacally focused and furious vocals, drums that reach ungodly speeds and a blistering guitar storm that will peel the chrome off a trailer hitch. "Dedication" is a pure hardcore expression of monumental proportions. (Burning Heart Records)
  • Buzzcocks’ seminal first album, lovingly restored and re-mastered from its original ¼ tapes for the first time since its March 1978 release.
    • Newly curated booklet featuring an essay from cultural commentator Jon Savage & previously unseen images
    • Packaged in its original Malcolm Garrett designed sleeve
    Comes with an MP3 and WAV download card. (Domino Records)
  • The Last Resort's debut album is an unrelenting piece of UK Oi!, absolutely essential to any fan of the genre. Originally released in 1982, the album reveals influences of a.o. Sham 69 and The Cockney Rejects, but not without a strong personality of its own). (Radiation Records)
  • STIFF RICHARDS | dig | LP

    17.00 incl. tax
    Wait: is this another face-melting punk act from Australia?! You best believe it! Stiff Richards hail from the Australian South Coast and kick up a racket so forceful and ferocious that you'd swear these guys have been listening to Raw Power since birth. Dig is the group's second album!! There's nothing fancy going on here: just raw, savage rock n' roll that kicks you straight in the teeth and comes back for more. These gentlemen have definitely absorbed the lessons of the Detroit and Aussie rock of yore, and they manage to invigorate that sonic tradition with an energy that's off the charts. You've got guitars firing at full fury, a punishing rhythm section, and a madman howler on lead vocals who probably literally spits fire. "Do It Right Now" may be as blatant of a Stooges homage as you'll ever hear, but it's also one of the best. Play it at max volume, and you will feel indestructible! (Erste Theke Tontraeger Records) https://erstetheketontraeger.bandcamp.com/album/ett-082-stiff-richards-dig-lp
  • ZEKE | hellbender | LP

    23.00 incl. tax
    Seattle punk legends ZEKE return with their first new album in over 14 years entitled Hellbender! Short, fast, loud, and to the fuckin' point, Hellbender contains fifteen tracks laced with ZEKE's signature mix of hyperspeed thrash-punk and Motörhead possessed, hard as nails, rock n' roll. Complete with raucous, in-your-face production by Jack Endino (Nirvana, High on Fire, The Accüsed), Hellbender is the culmination of a band 25 years into their career, sounding more aggressive, immediate and turbo-charged than ever before! Ride to live... (Relapse Records)