• Through 1980 the Damned spent some 1078 hours in the studio recording / mixing and this 25th anniversary edition of THE BLACK ALBUM contains all of the released material during that year plus one previously unissued mix. The Black Album was the band’s rural album and their most psychedelic. Initially there were sessions in February and March at Wessex where MGE had been cut. Captain had come up with Rabid (Over You) as a contender for the next single and though a cracking good song and certainly commercial enough, the title was a non starter as far as mainstream radio play was concerned at the time. As Smash It Up had been regarded as an incitement to riot by Radio Wonderful lord knows what they would have made of Rabid. So a cover version was picked in the shape of the Jefferson Airplane’s White Rabbit and this was cut at the Wessex sessions along with Rabid (Over You). Anthony More was initially in charge of the Rabid session and brought along his synth box of tricks. However he didn’t quite manage to make it to the end of the session, though eventually contributed a lot to the record’s sound. Meanwhile I was cutting Rabbit and Rat was working on a very out there version of the 50s classic Chantilly Lace that was to come out under the moniker Edgar Tempest and the Wild Rockers. All three of these sides were finished and a single was scheduled with White Rabbit backed with’ Rabid (Over You) and the elegiac into mayhem guitar piece from the Captain called Seagulls. It got as far as test pressing stage at EMI and then the band went off it, though it did see the light of day in France and Germany, making its way into the U.K. on import. Chantilly Lace didn’t make it to the starting block. So, single-less, time was booked at Rockfield for May /June to record the bulk of the Black Album. Early takes of History of the World Part 1 and Curtain Call had been cut at Wessex and even a basic acoustic track for Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde. (ACE Records)
  • Ltd color vinyl LP in a silver laminated gatefold single pocket heavyweight jacket, with 8 page 12x12 booklet insert. Their long awaited third album, recorded by Kurt Ballou and Zach Weeks at God City and mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege. Musically, the third Dropdead album is a bit different from previous recordings, style-wise and vocally, with the latter being delivered so the words have an impact more so than just raw screaming. With 23 songs in 24 minutes, the songs themselves vary much more in tempo and style, but ultimately, it's a Dropdead record that makes sense in 2020. Lyrically, this record is relevant to the times we live in, focused on the alarming state of the world, the disturbing rise of right-wing extremism, animal abuse, and the continued social failures of humankind. "These are dark times we find ourselves living in," says the band, "and this is how we vent our frustration and anger in a positive way." Track List: Prelude Torches Road To Absolution Only Victims Warfare State Corrupt On Your Knees Vultures The Black Mask Ashes Book Of hate Flesh And Blood Stoking The Flame Bodies Hatred Burning Nothing Remains Abattoir Of Pain Stripped By The Knife Hail To The Emperor Before The Fall United States Of Corruption Will You Fight? The Future Is Yours (Armageddon Records)
  • Ltd color vinyl LP in a silver laminated gatefold single pocket heavyweight jacket, with 12 page 12x12 booklet insert. Discography Volume 2 compiles 42 tracks and spans the years 1995-2013. This includes Hostile EP, and splits with Unholy Grave, Totalitar, Look Back And Laugh, Converge, Systematic Death, Ruidosa Inmundicia, and Brainoil as well as compilation tracks and the Arms Race EP. Track Listing: Idiot Icon The Enemy Within (Part 2) Witchhunt Spirit Lies Broken Fade Those Who We Deny Prison Hope Is An Option Life Disease Struggle Army Of Hate Herd What Once Was Life Boiling Point What Once Was Life Witchhunt Prison Dead Inside I Will Stand Us And Them The Truth Will Remain Empire Of Bone At The End Of Days A Disease Called Man Scream At The Wall Awaken Sleeper Prison What Could Be Boxed In Brick By Brick A Final Question Words Of Truth Another Stone Paths Of Glory Foundation The Final Chapter A Fall Of Empires Last Breath Harvest Indoctrination Give It Up Arms Race (Armageddon Records)
  • Ltd color vinyl LP in a gatefold single pocket heavyweight jacket, with printed inner sleeve. Completely remixed by Kurt Ballou in June 2020 and mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege. This record has never sounded better with this fresh audio, clearing up the muddy sound of the original tremendously. This pressing now cut to play as a normal outside to inside record, unlike the original pressings. The second album of sonic-grind, total obliti-core from Rhode Island's deafening devastators. Eighteen angry hardcore/thrash songs. 18 songs in a decidedly more Swedish HC vein, but with the usual odd breaks and fast parts throughout. More melodic than the first LP in some ways, and noisier in others. Track Listing: Superior Bitterfruit Those Who We Deny Tied Down For Survival Clay Idiot Icon Part Two Witch Hunt Nothing Less Than Lost Stone Us And Them One Inside One-Hundred Justify Your Violence Spirit Lies Broken Dead Inside Life Disease I Will Stand What Once Was Life (Armageddon Records)
  • Ltd color vinyl LP in a gatefold single pocket jacket printed on a silver foil heavyweight jacket, with printed inner sleeve. The original 1993 Don Fury mix, remastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege. The terrorizing blistercore classic from '93 reissued and sounding as putrid as the day it was killed. Thirty-four songs of pulverizing political hate, social disgust and personal loathing. Originally released in 1993 on Selfless Recs, this 34 song album has been re-released with restored & updated artwork. Influenced by the old Japanese, European, and some US hardcore. An extreme mix of fast and mid-paced parts with angry vocals and personal/political lyrics. Track Listing: Hopeless Bullshit Tradition Sheep A Nation Sleeps Do You Choose Life Deliver Yourself At The Cost Of An Animal I Will Defy Army Of Hate Bosnia You Have A Voice Fucking Assholes Strength In Your Conviction Nazi Atrocities Herd Monument To Stupidity Unjustified Murder The Circle Complete Clone Only A Fool Requiem Control Life In Chains Stolen Life Chosen Path Wake Of Deception Washed Away New World Slaughter Fucking Assholes Part Two Ignorant Regression Klan No Glory Still You Follow Blindly (Armageddon Records)
  • Ltd color vinyl LP in a gatefold single pocket heavyweight jacket, with printed inner sleeve and 12 x 24 poster insert. Completely remixed by Kurt Ballou and mastered at New Alliance. Includes 3 new bonus tracks found on the original reels. Comprised of material recorded between 1991 and 1993, consisting of 42 songs from their self-titled 7", split 7" & 5" with Rupture and Crossed Out, and compilation tracks. Reissued with restored & updated artwork. Originally released in 1994 as an 11” LP on Clearview, and regular LP on Flat Earth in the UK in 1995. Originally a 39 track compilation, three additional tracks that were unearthed on the original reels have been added to this new version. The complete early studio tracks on one release. Track List: Unjustified Murder Doorway To Extinction Strength In Your Conviction Protest At The Cost Of An Animal Direct Action Power Chosen Path Survival Bullshit Tradition Wound Run Deep Do You Choose Life Ignorant Only A Fool You Have A Voice Washed Away Living In fear Confused Attention Deliver Yourself Control Life In Chains End The Slaughter I Will Defy The Truth Behind Fucking Assholes Legacy Of Death No Glory Still You Follow Blindly Wake Of Deception Swedish Medley New World Slaughter Sheep Belly Full Of Lies Requiem Bosnia Nazi Atrocities Whatever I Do The Circle Complete At The Cost Of An Animal (bonus) The Circle Complete (bonus) Internal (Crossed Out) (bonus) (Armageddon Records)
  • It’s the awe-inspiring collaboration from JELLO BIAFRA that you’ve been waiting for, Audacity of Hype! The band also features Ralph Spight (VICTIM’S FAMILY, FREAK ACCIDENT, HELLWORMS), Jon Weiss (SHARKBAIT, HORSEY), Billy Gould (FAITH NO MORE), & Kimo Ball (FREAK ACCIDENT). The same band rocks the nation on 2011’s Enhanced Methods Of Interrogation too! All of the art is by Shepard Fairey. (Alternative Tentacles Records)
  • GAUZE | fuck heads | LP

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    This bootleg LP is a partial Gauze discography, contaning the entire "Fuckheads" LP as well as their compilation tracks from the "Outsider" and "City Rockers" LP releases. It comes with an insert that has the song lyrics (Except for "City Rockers", which didn't originally include a lyric insert) in English and Japanese and cover scans of the original releases featured on this record. Tracks A1-A10 are from the "Fuckheads" LP. Tracks B1-B4 are from the "Outsider" compilation LP. Tracks B5-B14 are from the "City Rockers" compilation LP. Tracklist A1 Power A2 Fuck Head A3 Shot A4 Core Tick A5 One Last Kiss A6 Love Song A7 Ghostlike Crime A8 Neurosis A9 Suikyou A10 Go B1 Fuck'en Sister B2 Anti Machine B3 Children Fuck Off B4 Desperate B5 Drug Addict B6 Oi B7 Usagi B8 Senjo B9 Shodoku Eki B10 Importent Kids B11 Warae B12 Anti Machine B13 Noyaku B14 Tyuseishi Bakudan (Fan Club/Unofficial Release)  
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    180gram black vinyl, includes 2 sided 10x10 lyric sheet. Worthless, the latest full-length recorded effort from this Chicago quartet, is... a face-peeler. Opening track Hometown Hero sets the bar high in hurry with a pummeling combination of Discharge-esque riffs that explode into grindcore blasts beats and vocal attacks that are as poignant as ever. Here we see singer Snyder stepping up the pace with rants that drive forward at 200 mph, ready to blow you over with a guitar presence that is thicker than sea-shit. This is extreme music for extreme musicians and those who have an ear for detail. The awesomely thick, but not overly-engineered sounding production really puts this LP over-the-top. As someone who is inundated with new releases every week, this authenticity of sound within Worthless is immediately engaging and sustaining. (Deep Six Records)
  • The Hippies blasted into the UK hardcore scene of the late 1980s with a lo-fi, super-speed ripper that was the split 12″ with Generic; followed-up a year later, with a new three-piece line-up, by a landmark John Peel session; and then finally 1988’s full-length album, the ironically entitled The Only Good Punk… True story: One drunken squat gig, myself and the drummer of Kitchener, accompanied by the bassplayer/vocalist from this album, attempted an impromptu Electro Hippies set. Unfortunately, the only song we all knew was Sheep, which we had to play twice (I knew a couple of songs off the Generic split, but shockingly the Hippies’ bass player didn’t remember them). I know, amazing anecdote. (Peaceville Records)
  • This classic punk album from these Scots was originally released in 1990, and has been unavailable for years now. 11 cuts of anarcho punk full of ecological issues, anger and Earth power... and classic anarcho pie receipe! "This album was originally released as a vinyl LP back in 1990 on the Words of Warning label. It was a small DIY punk label run by a friend of ours from Wales called Karl. He released quite a few good records until one of his bands got signed to EMI. Although they kept their feet on the ground it seemed that their "success" went to his head a bit and he got- a taste for the commercial "music business". That's something that has never interested us and we totally fail to see any attraction in that whole plastic and rotten world. Anyway, to cut a long story, Karl started to rip off the bands and eventually ended up as a dodgy drum and bass promoter in Bristol - money corrupts. Then a few years ago he re-released this LP on a CD in a really shitty cover with a booklet full of mistakes and no decent sleeve notes or artwork and pocketed the proceeds. So many folks have kept asking about these songs though that we thought it would be good to have this stuff available again but on a decent label and with decent artwork this time [...]" (Oi Polloi, Beltane 2006) (NNNW Records)
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    The classic tracks from this late 1980s NYC squatter punk crust band with snarling male/female vocals, tough-as-nails music, and soaring political lyrics! This volume includes their classic Extinction LP and a passel of their best 7-inches like Cybergod & Lie Cycle!

    The 1980’s were a tense time in America, Ronald Reagan was president, nuclear war was on everyone’s mind and racism was running rampant in the suburbs and the big city streets. The music was overshadowed with the then new MTV, cheese metal and complete apathy. The youth in America were consumed with total bullshit and were consuming all the appropriate products of bullshit. The Lower East Side of New York City was still a ghetto of some sorts, providing a home for struggling artists, musicians, activists, squatters, junkies and the generally poor Latino, African-American and Ukrainian community that had already existed there. Here, the backdrop of our story begins. Enter Nausea!
    (Alternative Tentacles Records)


  • Unavailable for over thirteen years, this Orange County hardcore classic - originally released in 1985 - is finally back in press. Guitarist, Joe D. Foster, went on to play in No For An Answer and later form the band Ignite. Pat Longrie and Pat Dubar, drummer and singer respectively, went on to form the influential Uniform Choice. Truly a piece of history. (Indecision Records)
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    It has been a decade since NIGHT BIRDS exploded onto the scene, resuscitating the surf-inspired '80s hardcore sound that fans continuously flock to. With a style akin to the likes of Adolescents, Germs, and Dead Kennedys, Night Birds bring an epileptic energy that defies the listener to sit still. Through three full-length albums the band continues to deliver their signature onslaught of throwback-meets-modern hardcore. As with their live show, this is prevalent on their latest mini-album Roll Credits. With the addition of original guitarist MIKE HUNCHBACK, their frenetic energy reaches a whole new level throughout Roll Credits’ eight tracks. By keeping the record concise, fans can expect this album to be a lean combination of the band’s best elements. From the propulsive, self-deprecating “Onward to Obscurity” (featuring guest vocals from POISON IDEA's JERRY A.) to the fantastically tongue-in-cheek “My Dad Is the BTK,” you won’t find a whiff of filler on this thing. (Fat Wreck Records)
  • All Pigs Must Die's debut EP. Members of Converge, The Hope Conspiracy and The Red Chord team up to play some metallic and crust-influenced hardcore with a strong underlying D-beat that takes influence from Discharge, Amebix and Nausea and could be compared to contemporaries like Disfear and Mammoth Grinder. 12" ep includes digital download.Contains 20 minutes of pure hatred and mayhem. This is the third press of All Pigs Must Die's debut EP. The second press version is packaged in a standard LP jacket, includes an 11" x 11" insert, and pressed on 140 gram black vinyl. (Nonbeliever Records)  
  • DYS ('Department of Youth Services'), along with fellow band SSD, was the backbone of the so-called 'Boston Crew' - a group of guys who lifted weights, ate lots of red meat, and advocated the straight edge. DYS formed around singer Dave Smalley, a Washington DC native attending school in Boston, and bassist Jon Anastas, previously of Decadence (see the This Is Boston Not L.A. comp). The band released this classic LP in 1983 on SSD's XClaim label and played shows in Boston and elsewhere on the East Coast. Unlike other, (previous) vinyl reissue of this material, this version restores the original artwork. Also includes a really solid-sounding live set from CBGB tacked on the end... ripping stuff. Essential. (Fan Club/Unofficial Release)
  • Since their first show in a Paris squat on a hot summer night in 2012, Lion’s Law have established themselves as one of the top skinhead/Oi! bands around. They have released 2 full-lengths, a 10”/12” EP and numerous singles, all while travelling the globe having played shows and tours on 4 continents, and dozens of countries all across Europe, Asia, as well as North and South America. With ‘From The Storm’ being their third full length album, Lion’s Law is in absolute top-form, bursting out anthem after anthem with their best work to date! This album is stronger and tighter, and the band delivers a true powerhouse performance - an absolute sing-along from start to finish! (UVPR Vinyles)
  • If there is any album for any band that should be released on as many labels as possible, it’s this one. And this band. Lion's Law have for years made themselves part of the scene, in scenes across the globe. To say they are part of the fabric of punk rock would be putting truth to fact. This new album perfectly illustrates the powerhouse that they have become, and the way that they are reaching out beyond their traditional skinhead/Oi! comfort zone to include a much wider and diverse audience. What they’ve managed to do is opening eyes and ears across the world, and doing so without isolating the swarms of fans, labels and supporters who have elevated them to where they are now. The songs are nothing short of brilliant, and fitting for the momentum and pent up energy percolating in this camp! On the back of this record, these fearless Frenchmen will see the world in a new light, playing to bigger crowds and making new fans wherever they go! These guys are the life of the party, and on stage, truly a force to be reckoned with. Pick up “The Pain, The Blood, and The Sword” now and hear it for yourself - this is the real deal! (Pirate Press Records)
  • If there is any album for any band that should be released on as many labels as possible, it’s this one. And this band. Lion's Law have for years made themselves part of the scene, in scenes across the globe. To say they are part of the fabric of punk rock would be putting truth to fact. This new album perfectly illustrates the powerhouse that they have become, and the way that they are reaching out beyond their traditional skinhead/Oi! comfort zone to include a much wider and diverse audience. What they’ve managed to do is opening eyes and ears across the world, and doing so without isolating the swarms of fans, labels and supporters who have elevated them to where they are now. The songs are nothing short of brilliant, and fitting for the momentum and pent up energy percolating in this camp! On the back of this record, these fearless Frenchmen will see the world in a new light, playing to bigger crowds and making new fans wherever they go! These guys are the life of the party, and on stage, truly a force to be reckoned with. Pick up “The Pain, The Blood, and The Sword” now and hear it for yourself - this is the real deal! (Pirate Press Records)
  • PHANE | same title | LP

    17.00 incl. tax
    Debut album! Charged hardcore punk from Vancouver. Raw and fast metal-punk for fans of Broken Bones or English Dogs. (Phobia Records)
  • REFUSED | everlasting | LP

    16.00 incl. tax
    Everlasting from 1994 for the first time with the original artwork, original lyrics, photos and linernotes has been restored from CD format to LP changing as little as possible. Remastered for vinyl 2018 (Startracks Records)
  • Originally released by Startracks in 1994 (Startrec at the time), this is the debut album by Refused. The record established them as one of the leading hardcore bands and quickly gained attention both in Sweden as well as abroad. Left-wing political lyrics combined with NYC hardcore influenced music. After being licensed to various labels as Epitaph, We Bite and Victory Records the catalogue is now back again with it’s original label Startracks. (Startracks Records)
  • This was the first Dezerter full length released after the fall of communism and was originally release in January 1990! This explains the presence of some older, previously censored songs as well as the new tracks. Music wise the album brilliantly combines the 80s Polish punk rock with the newer 90s HC / punk sound, proving that Dezerter always kept it's fingers on the pulse of the scene. "Wszyscy Przeciwko Wszystkim" was previously released on vinyl by Arston and by the French label Dissidence, between 1990 and '91. The third edition now marks the 25th anniversary of album's original release. Dezerter released a lot of albums during their existence and be sure that this one is a must and among their most essential releases! (Pasazer Records)
  • New full length from Protestera which gives us a new approach to society and its boundaries. Taking up where Rock n riot left off; raging speed and anger, as fast and aggressive and powerful a-punk could get. 11 songs in total (3 are re-recorded) that show that this band manages to invent themselves over and over again from release to release. The thoughtful lyrix and thoughts are printed in a 36-pages booklet with lots of graphics. The title really says it all; 01.05.1886. The date itself is when the Haymarker massacre took place where five anarchists where sentenced to death for throwing a bomb into a crowd of people. All of them where innocent. Although this was a long time ago, 140 years to be exact, the situation is basicly the same today. If you have an opinion about society that´s not really applied in today´s society, you still will be sentenced for your thoughts. (Skuld Records)
  • In 1997, INTEGRITY released their most critically controversial record. "seasons in the size of days" was an enormous departure from the previous rage that was "humanity is the devil". Where previous releases scorched the senses with blistering ferociousness, "seasons" was a more thoughtfully focused dense bleakness. INTEGRITY was never meant to fit into a specific category and nothing exemplified that as much as "seasons in the size of days". In celebration of the milestone, Organized Crime Records released the 20-year anniversary edition of this ground-shattering album for Black Friday 2016, with this version being from the follow-up re-pressing. Colored (grey) vinyl is limited to 400 copies, comes in a gatefold-cover and includes a digital download. (Organized Crime Records) https://integrity.bandcamp.com/album/seasons-in-the-size-of-days