• Who else can attract you with halloween pop and give you ice age snow storm camping? The looong awaited second album by our all beloved HEX DISPENSERS is here! The Austin top-tenners know how to deliver and feed the growing army of unbelievers with 12 new paranormal hit servings of their wolf spider soup, mexican bat-blood-ice-cream and medium norwegian raindeer eyes. These songs are frosted poison pills of sheer madness, lunacy! Alex Cuervo demon-calling vocals and the dispensers isolated but penetrating guitar sound and rhythm section let us stray aimlessly thru the night. Feel cornered by their genious simplicity, you still may call the WIPERS / MISFITS / RAMONES reference? Guess it´s too late pinning the HEX DISPENSERS to the wall when they already got shooted to Valhöll for their frenetic garage pop in 2007. As their first s/t album, "Winchester Mystery House" is recorded by mastermind #1 Mark Ryan (MARKED MEN) - this time mastermind #2 Dave Rahn (CARBONAS) added finishing touches. The album includes the re-recorded sold out singles "Lose my Cool" and "My Love is Bat" as far as a DEVO-Cover "Gates of Steel". Here at ALIEN SNATCH! we love putting records out where we can´t name our favorite song. Pressing on 180g vinyl and nice inner sleeve. Yes, they are the rocknroll bail-out. https://aliensnatch.bandcamp.com/album/hex-dispensers-winchester-mystery-house
  • HHH was one of the most popular and influential spanish HC bands ever, and here's their very first demotape, "Sin identidad" (1985), their debut single "Intelectual punks" (1986) and finally the outtakes from those recording sessions that were never released. This is raging and fast no frills Hardcore, sometimes reminescent of bands like LÄRM, WRETCHED, NEOS, MOB 47 and other raw speed champions of the 80s scene! (B-core Records)
  • HIS HERO IS GONE | T-shirt

    11.00 incl. tax
    Όλα τα μελάνια υδατικής βάσης για εκτύπωση μεταξοτυπίας έχουν πιστοποίηση ECO-Passport. Κάθε στάμπα και λογότυπο αποτελούν χειροποίητη μεταξοτυπία. Ενδέχεται να υπάρχουν ελλείψεις σε κάποια από τα μεγέθη. Σε αυτή την περίπτωση θα σας ενημερώσουμε τηλεφωνικά ή με e-mail για τον χρόνο παράδοσής τους σε εμάς από τον προμηθευτή (συνήθως 3-5 εργάσιμες ημέρες). Κατόπιν παραγγελίας το σχέδιο είναι διαθέσιμο και σε μέγεθος XX-Large.
  • How long have you been waiting for a record to be released? Most probably not as long as 20 years in case of this jewel by Homomilitia. Recorded 20 years ago it never made it to mastering stage and was left in a cardboard box at the guitarist’s basement, waiting for its day. Numerous attempts at releasing it had been made, all failed. Until now. We joined forces, took things seriously this time, and went in search of the cardboard box. DAT tape was found and travelled to Dobra 12 Studio in Bialystok for a mastering stage it so much deserved. The result is the second full-length LP by Poland’s most influential DIY punk bands - HOMOMILITIA. Active in the 90’s, touring Europe extensively they uniquely blended metal guitar sound with punk d-beats, spirit and anger. This LP finds the band at the pinnacle of their musical achievements. The sound they managed to produce on this recording 20 years ago still puts to shame many contemporary metal and punk studio productions. Expect 11-song d-beat mayhem spiced up with a heavy bolt thrower-ish guitar and pissed-off lyrics on state oppression and hopelessness of everyday life. Your 20-year wait is now over. This masterpiece is available on 140 gram black vinyl, limited edition orange-on-black 140 gram vinyl and CD. (Sanctus Propaganda Records) https://sanctuspropaganda.bandcamp.com/album/s-t
  • Editorial – Reclaim the people’s game Football is for the fans Κείμενα και απόψεις με αφορμή την πρωτοβουλία δημιουργίας της ESL 10 ανεπίδοτες επιστολές, του Κώστα Καλφόπουλου Η πόλη κάτω από τα δοκάρια, του Μιχάλη Χατζηπιέρη Cousin Feo Μια συζήτηση με τον Αχιλλέα Καλαμάρα για το βιβλίο Hoolifan των Μάρτιν Ναϊτ και Μάρτιν Κινγκ από τις Εκδόσεις Απρόβλεπτες Αφιέρωμα: Στον κόσμο των οπαδών – συνεντεύξεις με οπαδικά γκρουπ Ultras της Genoa C.F.C. Ultras της FSV Mainz 05 Ultras της MSV Duisburg Συνέντευξη με τους Bukaneros της Ράγιο Βαγιεκάνο Συνέντευξη με μέλος της γραμματείας Ομόνοια Θύρα 9 Συνέντευξη για την Πορτογαλική οπαδική σκηνή 70 μέρες στη Νότια Αμερική και στα γήπεδά της Ένα φωτογραφικό ταξίδι στα γήπεδα της Αργεντινής When weekend comes Ήταν λέει σαν να μάκραινε ο δρόμος Η πρώτη φορά στο Γεντί Κουλέ Ντέρμπι στην «Μπάσκετ Σίτι» – Μπολόνια Η Borrusia του Dortmund, ένα οδοιπορικό αναζήτησης στο Τώρα και στο Κάποτε More than a game Μισα Αν, ο μεγαλύτερος παίκτης που δεν γνωρίσαμε ποτέ Οπαδέ, εσύ, σουπερστάρ! Maracanazo, η συνέπεια μιας ήττας Block E Να φύγουν οι αλήτες Break για βρώμικο Ένοικος της μνήμης, λίγα λόγια για τον Luis Sepulveda Όταν σε περιμένω Promises Βιβλιοπαρουσίαση – Απόκρυφα στοιχεία του αναρχισμού
  • Hailing from the southern-most state of Chiapas, HURAÑA seems to have appeared overnight with a fully realized vision of wonderfully off center scrappy punk with echoed vocals, punchy drums and richly layered guitar work in the vein of moodier DEAD KENNEDYS songs, without all the silliness. There is a healthy dose of irrepressible hardcore power on here too. We get the feeling there isn't a whole lot of punk music coming out of this region of Mexico but HURAÑA could very well be the spark to ignite an exciting new scene. The certainly have the power, quality and message. Seven mindstickers altogether including a cover of the VULPESS' hit "Me Gusta Ser Una Zorra" which will only be available on the vinyl version of the EP. Always loved that song and definitely do it justice. 300 copies of 70gr black vinyl housed a custom die cut ILR glue pocket sleeve with lyric sheet and download card included. (Iron Lung Records)
  • On May 14, 1985, Hüsker Dü played their first show outside the USA, on rented equipment, for a UK television show called Live in London. The gig was at Camden Palace and in the afternoon. The set spans 20 songs in a bit under an hour, and draws heavily from the albums Zen Arcade and New Day Rising, though the luminous “Makes No Sense at All” from the then still-forthcoming Flip Your Wig makes a preview appearance. Tracklist 1 New Day Rising 2 It's Not Funny Anymore 3 Everything Falls Apart 4 Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill 5 I Apologize 6 If I Told You 7 Folklore 8 Terms Of Psychic Warfare 9 Powerline 10 Books About UFOs 11 Chartered Trips 12 Diane 13 Celebrated Summer 14 Every Everything 15 Makes No Sense At All 16 Pink Turns To Blue 17 Ticket To Ride 18 Reoccurring Dreams 19 Eight Miles High (Suicidal Records)
  • Legendary Welsh anarchist punk band Icons of Filth was formed in Cardiff at the end of the 70s, having been known as Mock Death and Atomic Filth in earlier line-ups. This blistering debut, culled from demos laid in September 1982, was a cassette-only release—the first issue on the Mortorhate label, run by fellow political punks, Conflict. Over clamorous drumrolls, jagged guitar and super-charged bass, frontman Stiggy Smeg spits lyrics fighting against the system, championing animal welfare and a vegetarian lifestyle. This is the band at their rawest and most unfiltered—required listening for punk diehards. Limited vinyl reissue, comes with folded poster with exclusive unpublished photo by Robert Revill. Recorded September 1982 at X Ntrix Studios, London, England. Originally released as a cassette in 1982 on Mortarhate Records (UK). (Radiation Records)
  • Culled from an Olympic studios demo session and rehearsals in Detroit for the band's 1973 tour, Move Ass Baby runs the gamut from full-fledged, ready-to record tunes to the types of swampy jams that the band has claimed indicative of their studio songwriting process. This album explores the creative process that gave birth to nearly all the Stooges albums. Starting with a jam session, an oldie or two, or maybe a blues riff, the songs gradually took shape and were refined from there. Here we find the Stooges in rehearsal, messing around with songs by Bo Diddley, Bob Dylan, Cream, and the Paul Butterfield Blues Band. We hear the beginnings of songs that never went any further, such as Old King Live Forever', I Come From Nowhere' or Wild Love', which had as much potential as any of their best material. And we have some very impromptu jams such as Move Ass Baby' and a fascinating James Williamson solo performance. Much of this material has never been heard before and this is the first time this collection has been released on vinyl! Tracklist Original Gem Demos: Olympic Studios A1 I Got A Right A2 Gimme Some Skin A3 I'm Sick Of You A4 Tight Pants A5 Scene Of The Crime Detroit Rehearsals B1 Wild Love B2 I Come From Nowhere B3 I'm So Glad B4 Delta Blues Shuffle C1 Old King Live Forever C2 Look So Sweet C3 I'm A Man C4 Mellow Down Easy C5 Move Ass Baby (Radiation Records)
  • Recorded live at The Hacienda, Manchester, UK 18th January 1984 by Ikon/FCL Video; IKON/FCL had permission from Factory Records/The Hacienda to make live recordings for an archive of The Hacienda. The album utilises the audio captured. Tracklist A1 No Sacred Sound A2 Grunt Cadillac Hotel A3 K.O. Cowboy A4 The Interior A5 Superior Spectre B1 Brother Rat B2 Cowboy Song B3 Big Jugular B4 Sense Of Loss (Smash Records)
  • Out of stock
    IT! doesn't need too much of a description. Third album of this UK anarcho-dub/reggae-punk group. Being on the road for a mere of 15 years now the INNER TERRESTRIALS deliver 14 new tracks devided on two 12" LPs wrapped in a thick gatefold and 21x21 12 Page Booklet... Back in 2009 the Inner Terrestrials whetted everyone’s appetites by releasing an excellent four song pre release EP to Tales of Terror. After 3 years of anticipatory salivating, the album is finally ready and it was definitely worth the wait. It’s hard to believe that their first LP iT! was released sixteen ago in 1996 but the Inner Terrestrials have remained impressively faithful to their original sound. Satisfyingly thick distortion sandwiches prickly ska on nearly every track and the album is peppered with welcome descents into the experimental realms of dub. Jay has a real knack for fiddling about with upstrokes, managing to squeeze in quirky flourishes and cheeky slides which keep chord sequences lively and interesting. Fran and Paco keep everything in check, providing solid bass and pounding drums throughout the album. Aside from “Battlefield” which features Jay’s haunting tin whistle and Cheggers’ bouzouki, the band’s folk influences are perhaps less overt than they were in iT! with “Free the Land” or X with “Mountain Of Led”. Tales of Terror does however maintain a fairly healthy balance between the more hardcore and the lighter songs. “Run Tings” is cheerful, despite its dour subject of social control, and is sprinkled with soundbytes, while the choppy distorted upstrokes of “Progress” are guaranteed to get any crowd skanking furiously. “Heaven’s Wrath” is possibly my favourite track which glides effortlessly between hardcore punk, dub and ska and is everything an Inner Terrestrials track should be: angry, dubby and thoroughly stompable. (...)Tales of Terror perfectly captures their unsettled, miserable quality which is as if Jay is singing through a sigh; accentuated by downtrodden harmonies in the fantastic “Law Dealers” and punctuated with contrasting gruff, angry snarls in “Dark Scar”. The lyrics are brimming with political disdain; passionately decrying outmoded laws, speaking out against the UK’s dubious foreign policy and rejecting aspects of society few have barely questioned. Environmentally conscious songs such as “Progress” reinforce the Inner Terrestrials’ deep concern regarding man’s relation to the land; an issue explored in earlier releases in tracks such as “Earth Must” and “Middle Oak”. Despite its bleak subject matter, Tales of Terror contains subtle messages of solidarity together with a rationale for change, encouraging people to stand up for themselves in order to make a difference. The Inner Terrestrials have well and truly delivered on their latest release; inspiring, triumphing and making you want to have a bloody good dance as well. (Shuffle Core) Includes 12 Page Booklet! (Ruin Nation Records)
  • The heaviest European crust legion finally landed in the blackest of the Agipunk territories. The music developed a step ahead to a more contaminated sound by some elements coming from the less uncompromised post punk bands like Killing Joke and Alaric. The reminiscences of stench core heroes like Axegrinder, Amebix and Bolt Thrower are still strong, but there's a new vibe one this record that definitely makes it even more interesting than their previous releases. Be ready to be buried once again by Instinct Of Survival. (Agipunk 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
  • Out of stock

    IRON MAIDEN | killers | LP

    20.00 incl. tax
    Heavyweight 180 Gram Vinyl. 'Killers' is based on more straight-ahead heavy metal, departing from Iron Maiden's 1980 self-titled debut, which had more of a punk edge (a facet often cited as an important stepping stone for 'thrash metal' years later). The best-known track remains the renegade rocker 'Wrathchild,' but other lesser known compositions prove just as strong, such as the gruesome 'Murders in the Rue Morgue;' the singles 'Purgatory' and 'Twilight Zone;' plus the fan favourites 'Innocent Exile,' 'Genghis Khan,' 'Prodigal Son,' and the title track. 'Killers' cemented Maiden's standing as one of heavy metal's most promising up-and-coming bands.
    (Parlophone Records/2014)
  • Live After Death is a live album by the English heavy metal band Iron Maiden, originally released in October 1985 on EMI in Europe and it's sister label Capitol Records in the US (it was re-released by Sanctuary/Columbia Records in the US in 2002 on CD and by Universal Music Group/Sony BMG Music Entertainment on DVD). It was recorded at Long Beach Arena, California and Hammersmith Odeon, London during the band's World Slavery Tour. The cover art was done by Derek Riggs, and pictures the band's mascot, Eddie, rising from a grave. Engraved on his tombstone is a quote from fantasy and horror fiction author H. P. Lovecraft's The Nameless City. (Parlophone)
  • Piece of Mind is the fourth studio album by English heavy metal band Iron Maiden. It was released on 16 May 1983. Heavyweight 180 Gram Vinyl. Issued with original artwork including a printed inner sleeve with lyrics, credits and photos.
    (Parlophone Records/2014)
  • From disenchanted Catholic schoolgirl and glam maniac to instigator on the 1980s hardcore punk scene, Nancy Barile discovered freedom at a time when punk music was new and dangerous. She made her place behind the boards and right in the front row as insurgents such as SSD, Minor Threat, Bad Brains, Dead Kennedys and Black Flag wrote new rules and made history. She survived punk riots and urban decay, ran the streets with outcasts, and ultimately found true love as she fought for fairness and found her purpose. From disenchanted Catholic schoolgirl and glam maniac to instigator on the 1980s hardcore punk scene, Nancy Barile discovered freedom at a time when punk music was new and dangerous. She made her place behind the boards and right in the front row as insurgents such as SSD, Minor Threat, Bad Brains, Dead Kennedys and Black Flag wrote new rules and made history. She survived punk riots and urban decay, ran the streets with outcasts, and ultimately found true love as she fought for fairness and found her purpose. “The old punk rock world was full of wanna-be contenders and straight up pretenders, and then there were those that you knew would rise above. Nancy was one of the latter—she was there and solid and supportive, and over the years I’ve watched her take the grit of that old world and use it as a hammer to fashion this present place into a more livable space. I’m proud to say I know her.” —Jack Grisham, T.S.O.L. “A front row, music maniac, natural-born rebel’s memoir that highlights her participation and help in the very orchestration of the East Coast punk scene… an invaluable piece of punk rock history.” —Razorcake “A wild ride recounted in vivid and lively detail. Barile has a clear, approachable voice that she uses to tell myriad great stories…a must-read for music history buffs, punk fans, and educators.”—Kirkus Reviews “Her true life story is so similar to my own, where we re-live and discover in the rough decay of the 1970s city life, the color and the life of the underground gay and punk scenes.  The struggle, sounds, smells and color come alive. I feel the tension as a woman navigating to find her voice.” —Cynthia Connolly, Banned in DC “I have known Nancy for most of my life as a great friend and as a contributor and caregiver to all who know her socially or personally. I photographed several of the exact moments described in this book but never once witnessed a punk show in Philly, so I enjoyed Nancy’s insight.” —Glen E. Friedman, My Rules “An incredibly cool personal anthology of first-hand hardcore punk history.”—Dig Boston “A valentine to the pre-Internet punk scene…a deeply poignant read, not only for its look at an era long passed but also for what we’ve missed from live music and in-person community during the COVID-19 pandemic.”—Broad Street Review “In this book, Nancy paints a gritty portrait of an underground music scene, captures a highly underrated but extremely vital part of rock ‘n’ roll, and accurately documents a very important time in my life.” —Dicky Barrett, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones From disenchanted Catholic schoolgirl and glam maniac to instigator on the 1980s hardcore punk scene, Nancy Barile discovered freedom at a time when punk music was new and dangerous. She made her place behind the boards and right in the front row as insurgents such as SSD, Minor Threat, Bad Brains, Dead Kennedys and Black Flag wrote new rules and made history. She survived punk riots and urban decay, ran the streets with outcasts, and ultimately found true love as she fought for fairness and found her purpose. I’M NOT HOLDING YOUR COAT: My Bruises-and-All Memoir of Punk Rock Rebellion, by Nancy Barile ISBN 978-1-935950-20-2 • Softcover edition • 192 heavily illustrated pages • Dimensions: 6″ x 9″ (150mm x 225mm); 2 lb. (0.800 gr) Table of Contents: A conversation with Ian MacKaye Introduction 1. Old School 2. Intro to Jukebox 3. Surviving High School 4. Working Hard in Harrisburg 5. Philly Love 6. Savage Pink 7. Punking It Up in the Big City 8. Black Flag, S.O.A., & the Kensington Brawl 9. Punk Fest and the Anti-Pasti Drama 10. Bad Brains, Black Flag, and the Big Takeover 11. Bombed at a Dead Kennedys Show 12. I Meet My Match 13. Welcome to Boston: The KKK and My Baby Far Away 14. A Philly Punk Moves to Boston 15. I’m Not Holding Your Coat 16. The Ghetto Riders & a Hit-and-Run: a Night at Buff Hall Afterword Acknowledgments Playlist: Can’t Wait ’til It’s Party Time About the Author
  • Imagine a world where The Saints held onto the raw-throated, full-throttle rock’n’roll of their mighty first three albums. Where Radio Birdman are rightly held up as one of the all-time great bands. Where the Wipers never left the driving punk rock of ‘Is This Real?’ behind for the post-kraut-psych-whatever of the (admittedly still totally ragin’) ‘Youth Of America’, and simply kickstarted a revolution. That’s the sort of reality where Jackson Reid Briggs & The Heaters would be best appreciated. Where driving rhythms, crunching power chords and the sound of a man howling ‘YOU’RE GONNA GET EATEN ALIVE’ are the adrenaline-pumping soundtrack to the everyday. Where an album like ‘Waiting In A Corner’ is heralded as a goddamn classic upon arrival, and worshipped as a vital instrument in setting souls on fire and lifting spirits everywhere. Where… aww, you get the idea. Because Melbourne-based Briggs and his thrillingly rambunctious collective have made one of those albums - their fifth - where all you can do is play it over and over, thrilling to the ordered chaos of songs like ‘Too Many Years’ while swooning to the anthemic likes of ‘If You Only Knew’. There are some types of music that Australia just does better. Garage? Punk? Yeah, something like that. ‘Waiting In A Corner’ is the latest example, and holy fuck, it’s an instant wonder. If only rock’n’roll could always be this good. Will Fitzpatrick (Drunken Sailor 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)
  • Two choice cuts from the sole live performance of Jello Biafra and the New Orleans Raunch and Soul All-stars! The tracks on the Fannie Mae / Just A Little Bit 7” are from the same sweaty-happy show as live album Walk On Jindal’s Splinters, but are only available here. They capture the ex-Dead Kennedy-er on joyous form with a large band of New Orleans pro’s. (Alternative Tentacles Records)
  • Second (and final) album of Boston's hardcore semi-legend JERRY'S KIDS! The hardcore/thrash metallists formed originally in 1981, rising out of a local scene that included such bands as Freeze, Negative FX and Gang Green (the latter of which would often swap members with Jerry's Kids off and on). Jerry's Kids caught their first break in 1982, when they were featured on a compilation of local talent (This Is Boston, Not L.A.), which created a buzz for the band beyond just Boston. Debut album Is This My World was first released in 1983 by X-Claim Records and later reissued by Taang! Six years later saw the release of this second and final release before splitting up. It remains a classic Boston hardcore record. Although there were plenty of switches in the Jerry's Kids lineup, the best-known included members Rick Jones on vocals and bass, Rockin' Bob Cenci on lead guitar, Dave Aronson on rhythm guitar, and Jack Clark on drums. Kill Kill Kill comes on red coloured vinyl. (Taang! Records)
  • Color Vinyl
    1111 Numbered Units Only Marbled 180G Collectors Vinyl handle numbered. Tracklist A1 The Harder They Come A2 Many Rivers To Cross A3 Sufferin‘ In The Land A4 You Can Get It If You Really Want A5 Roll On Rolling Stone A6 Roll On Rolling Stone A7 Stepping Out Of Limbo B1 Reggae Night B2 Sunshine In The Music B3 (Ooh La, La, La) Let‘s Go Dancin‘(with Kool & The Gang and Bounty Killer) B4 Fantastic Plastic People B5 Peace (Gold Vinyl)
  • Out of stock
    First time on vinyl for this legendary performance, recorded live at CBGB’s, December 1999. “I decided to create a website for the Ramones in 1999. Joey thought it would be cool to organize a show to involve their fans. It would be a contest and the winning band would get to play with Joey himself on vocals. They won the contest hands down, performed as Joey’s band and became a favorite band of mine. It was great to suddenly have all those new songs to get into. I realized I really liked these guys when I started listening to themafter hearing a Ramones CD and vice versa.” Arturo Vega, Ramones Art & Lighting Director, AKA “The 5th Ramone” Tracklist I Just Want To Have Something To Do I Don't Wanna Go Down To The Basement I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You Beat on The Brat Garden Of Serenity Blitzkrieg Bop (Hey Suburbia Records)
  • Out of stock
    The 1985 studio album - completely remixed and revamped with many unheard tracks - as it should have sounded. Includes two unreleased tracks left off the original album, plus a bonus album with six previously unreleased outakes and six live versions. Includes 12" x 24" lyric insert with unseen pics. Remixed by The Vibrators' Pat Collier, for the first time with the guitar fully up in the mix! Johnny missed the mixing sessions, now it can be heard as he originally intended. Limited edition in purple & white vinyl. New sleeve notes by Thunders biographer Nina Antonia. (Jungle Records)