• “Lion City Hardcore. "This Segregation will end" a 9-song 12" EP created by FUSE from Singapore is 100% hardcore concentrate. I don't need to mention similar sounding bands, influences or FFO type shit. FUSE bring a contemporary stab at a classic style while injecting their own unique worldview. You've heard hardcore like this before, you like hardcore like this, self described as "punked up hardcore, hard but not like those tough guy hardcore bands", they produce 8 songs and an intro that are worth your time (personal favorite is "Poison"). Music aside, because hardcore is so much more than what you play, it's how you play, and more importantly it's the reasons why you play. The Extracurriculars - FUSE never miss an opportunity to shout out their local scene, they put energy into building up their hometown, and they support their peers. Bottom line, they fucking care about creating their own space for themselves and their friends and that's all I want in a hardcore band.” John Scharbach, Give & Shining Life Press FUSE formed as a 5 piece in 2017 and released a 2 song promo tape the same year. It's 2020 and they return with a new drummer to deliver 7 new songs in addition to "Poison" and "Deceit" from their 2017 promo. This masterpiece was recorded at 416 studios, mixed to perfection by Tom Howard and mastered by Will Killingsworth. The record is rounded out with art and layout by the infamous Nicky Rat. FFO: Warzone, Floorpunch, The Rival Mob, Restraining Order Check out the MLP on Bandcamp Fuse 'This Segregation Will End' MLP. (Quality Control Records) https://qualitycontrolhq.bandcamp.com/album/this-segregation-will-end
  • Reissue of 1989 album, originally released on Rough Justice. (Papagájův Hlasatel Records)
  • GBH's demo from 1980 as well as Rehearsal Room session and a few live tracks! (Fan Club/Unofficial)
  • First studio album in 6 years, "Perfume and Piss" makes it album number 11 from GBH. Inserts inlay with lyrics, liner notes to each song, pictures & credits. (Papagájův Hlasatel Records)
  • Out of stock
    A reissue of G.I.S.M.'s Detestation, the absolute masterpiece of Japanese hardcore punk, originally released on the Dogma label in 1983. Considered a seminal album for the whole death metal genre, this is must for all fans of hardcore punk, Japanoise, grindcore, anarchy, violence, and all things extreme. Includes are five bonus tracks from the Great Punk Hits (1983), Hardcore Unlawful Assembly (1984), and Outsider (1982) compilations. Limited gatefold edition including a "Punks Is Hippies" poster. A1. Endless Blockads For The Pussyfooter A2. Death Agonies And Screams A3. A,B,C, Weapons A4. Nih Night Mare A5. Documment One A6. (Tere Their) Syphilitic Vaginas To Pieces B1. Nucler Armed Hogs B2. Anthem B5. Death Exclamations* B6. Fire* B7. Incest-Gash-Bite Snatch - AAhb* B8. Still Alive* B9. Nervous Corpse* (Dogma Records/Fan Club)  
  • Out of stock
    Without a single doubt the best Gism bootleg ever made. Combines all compilations tracks with listenable unreleased live stuff and come in great packaging with poster sleeve with full release info, sleeves, reviews etc. Amazing amount off effort has gone into this. Not sure how many copies of these are around, but its certainly not as rare as the other bootleg, so it shouldnt be too hard too find and its the best starting of any Gism collection (unless you´d wanna hunt down the originals ofcourse :-). Tracks 1-2 taken from the "Great Punk Hits" compilation Tracks 3-4 taken from the "Hardcore Unlawful Assembley" compilation Tracks 5,19 taken from the "The Punx..." compilation Track 6-7 Bonus Tracks taken from the "Detestation" CD Tracks 8-12 taken from the "Outsider" compilation Tracks 13-16 recorded live March 6th 1983 Tracks 17-18 recorded live June 6th 1992 (Fan Club/Unofficial)
  • Occult Sludge band straight from the legendary studios of Piraeus featuring members of Corpses and House Anxiety. Edition of 100. Numbered. Screen-printed cassette shell. Handmade screen-printed cardboard covers.
  • GAME | no one wins | LP

    17.00 incl. tax
    (Shipping: September) At long last, the follow up to 2017’s "Who Will Play?" flexi has materialised in the form of "No One Wins" on the LP format. With influences and membership that span the world of hardcore punk, both stylistically and geographically, this platter sports 10 tracks of pummelling hardcore punk that incorporates metallic elements drawn from the near and far reaches of mid 80s international hardcore and thrash to the simplicity of domestic HC pestilence. Blended with a great finesse that is both tasteful and potent - which seems to be a rare feat to attain this day and age - and buttressed by a top notch mastering job by the great Arthur Rizk (SHIT "What Do You Stand For," Impalers "Cellar Dweller”, Power Trip ‘Nightmare Logic’) which only feeds the fire that is the base of these already enormous tracks. GAME is the conduit. Relatively new but sending sickening sounds into the New Wave of British Hardcore collective, decimating any and all willing to be destroyed. Seek further advice on Game's sound via the precedent set by Gastunk, Celtic Frost, Sacrilege, Death Side, and the Execute. Members of Arms Race, Fucked Up, Career Suicide, Shrapnel, Violent Reaction and Subdued. (Quality Control Records/Beach Impediment Records) https://qualitycontrolhq.bandcamp.com/album/no-one-wins
  • Out of stock
    Are you ready for another monsterwork of mindblowing American Thrash to be delivered by the unstoppable maniacs at F.O.A.D. Records?? If you enjoyed our previous anthological works for bands like WEHRMACHT, CRYPTIC SLAUGHTER, DESECRATION, S.O.D., CRUMBSUCKERS etc, our next release is just another classic of that level. This time we’re moving to Texas for a total overkill of toxic and corrosive thrash metal at insanely destructive levels…: yes, it’s time for GAMMACIDE! Their longly awaited “Contamination: complete” Discography Boxset is finally up for preorders, release date: September 27 2016. After years of tireless efforts, the ultimate collection from Texas’ ballistic speed-freaks of Thrash is ready to kill! If you’re not familiar with this devastating band, their ground shaking full length “Victims of science” originally released in 1989 by Wild Rags Records is hands down one of the most powerful, creative and criminally underrated US Metal albums of the ’80s. It unleashes an endless hailstorm of energy and tightness made of highly-skilled riffs, schizophrenic solos, head punching vocals and an incredibly solid drum delivery. If you thought that the peaks of US Thrash were bands like Exodus, Dark Angel, Testament, Anthrax, Vio-lence… check out this boxset and you’ll definitely find a new name to add to your top ten, no bullshit! It contains their complete discography 1987-2005 including the following: Remastered 1989 Classic “Victims of Science“ Both 1987 and 1991 Demos remastered from 1st generation sources freshly ripped from the band’s archives 10″ Single featuring 2005 recordings DVD featuring RARE never-before-seen complete live concerts from 1989 and 1992 32 Page full color booklet with many rare and unpublished photos, flyers, and articles — along with detailed personal commentary from the band themselves Full color deluxe tri-fold gatefold jacket with printed inner sleeves REGULAR BLACK VINYL, LIMITED TO 350 COPIES. 2 x LPs, 1 x 10″, 1 x DVD, tri-fold gatefold with extra inner sleeves, ultrathick booklet… an avalanche of thrashing radioactivity to crumble your face! (F.O.A.D. Records) https://youtu.be/_r5GRlQoKsc
  • This cool split collects the recorded works of two very feral and raucous Japanese hardcore bands from the '80s, Gasmask and Coward. Both bands hailed from Osaka, and originally released EPs on the Skeleton label. The Gasmask portion of this record contains their amazing 7" EP, two live songs, an unreleased track and two collaborations with Coward called Cowmask. On the Coward portion you get their 7" EP (sometimes called Voice), which was posted here way back when the Hearse first rolled out of the garage. You also get two tracks from the Ninngenn Omnibus compilation, some live stuff, and three collaborations with Gasmask called Gasward. Both bands are absolutely crazy great! (Fan Club)
  • Out of stock
    Gauze, Gauze, Gauze – for sure one of the best, but also one of the most uncompromising hardcore bands out of Japan. Formed in 1981 from as a punk act but turned into their unique hardcore sound over time. Furious speed (for the time), no guitar solos and very clever and angry arrangement – music for the soul and not the mind. I would see them as a milestone for Japanese hardcore. 100s of band have later been compared with them. This is reissue their classic, second 1986 LP. Includes a two sided insert. (Fan Club/Unofficial Release)
  • Out of stock
    Across 10 songs and a handful of instrumentals, Melbourne's GELD demonstrate a concerted progression from their previous work; raging incendiary hardcore collides with nightmarish bad trip wanderings in a swirling maelstrom of tightly marshaled chaos. The fast parts are faster, the slow parts slower, the weird parts weirder. The vicious thrashing punk of songs like "Invader" and "Infra" come in at a little over a minute; a wild joyride reminiscent of the Japanese Burning Spirits bands alongside Cleveland’s infamous ‘90s hardcore scene. Meandering hallucinogenic badness meanwhile emanates from "Gedankenfleisch", "Forces At Work" and "L.O.W.A.G. II", injecting the record with a terrifying sense of drug paranoia and psychological dissolution bringing to mind STICKMEN WITH RAYGUNS, FLIPPER or POISON IDEA. Purportedly undertaken as something of an exorcism, the writing and recording of ‘Beyond The Floor’ was characterized by “pills, meth, booze, weed, DMT, hate, betrayal, fear, love, depression, addiction, denial and broken bones”. (Static Shock Records) https://staticshockrecords.bandcamp.com/album/beyond-the-floor
  • Swirling psychedelic D-Beat madness from Melbourne, Australia with members of KRÖMOSOM and POWER. Acidic fuzz guitars and wild distorted vocals snarling out 11 songs about suffering, vulnerability, paranoia and banality are what make up the perfect texture of living in today's doomed world. "Perfect Texture" offers about as much comfort as a swarm of angry bees whose nest has just been kicked. 150 copies on clear green, blue and yellow swirly 150gr vinyl, 350 on black, with a huge full color poster, lyric sheet and download card come housed in a 24pt UV coated jacket. Recorded by Billy Gardner. Mastered by Jack Control. Art by Tod Crowley. (Iron Lung Records) https://geld.bandcamp.com/album/perfect-texture-lp
  • This expanded deluxe edition Vinyl box set has been newly remastered from the original production tapes and includes 11 previously unreleased recordings. LP 1 contains the original UK 11 track album with LP 2+3 including all the A and B-sides of their singles from the period, 11 previously unreleased outtakes, a single mix and a number of mixes made by engineer Alan Winstanley (Madness, Elvis Costello, Morrissey). This 3 LP set consists of 3 vinyl albums housed in a rigid slip case with previously unseen photos and newly commissioned sleeve notes by journalist Adrian Thrills.

    LP1 Original Album: Side One: 1. From The Heart 2. One Hundred Punks 3. Listen 4. Ready Steady Go 5. Kleenex 6. Promises Promises

    Side Two 1. Day By Day 2. The Invisible Man 3. Kiss Me Deadly 4. Too Personal 5. Youth Youth Youth. LP2 A-Sides & B-Sides: Side One: 1. Your Generation [A-side Single] 2. Day By Day (Alt. Version) [B-side of Your Generation] 3. Wild Youth [A-side Single] 4. Wild Dub [B-side of Wild Youth] Side Two: 1. No No No [B-side of Ready Steady Go] 2. Trying For Kicks [B-side of Friday's Angels] 3. This Heat. [B-side of Friday's Angels] LP3  Outtakes & Mixes: Side One: 1. Ready Steady Go (Phil Wainman Version) * 2. No No No (Phil Wainman Version) * 3. Gimme Some Truth (Outtake) [From U.S. Version of the original Album] 4. Rock On Dub (Outtake) * 5. Promises Promises (Single Version) * Side Two: 1. From The Heart (Winstanley Mix) * 2. The Invisible Man (Winstanley Mix) * 3. Kleenex (Winstanley Mix) * 4. Day By Day (Winstanley Mix) * 5. One Hundred Punks (Winstanley Mix) * 6. Too Personal (Winstanley Mix) * 7. Youth Youth Youth (Winstanley Mix) * * Previously Unreleased.
  • GERMS | 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.
  • Unofficial release with the original 12" tracks on the A-side and extras on the B-side. Including Lexicon Devil-7" (1978), two studio-tracks from the What-session (1978) and 1979 LP-Session prod. by Joan Jett + 2 Live-Tracks (rec. Dec 3, 1980 at Hollywood, 4 days before Darby's death). Bonus-Tracks recorded in 1979 except "Manimal", rec. Live in 1980 for "The decline of the western civilisation" (Slash Records/Unofficial Release)
  • Out of stock
    Released in 1987 and long out of print, “You Give Love a Bad Name” is the fourth studio album by the New Hampshire madman and the only one recorded with The Holy Men. A barrage of incendiary punk rock, extreme, dangerous and outrageous behavior, the record was his most aggressive work to date. With The Holy Men providing a tight and noisy background for Allin’s vocals (this time more on the rough side after his more “melodic” previous recordings), nihilistic lyrics and -most importantly- killer Punk songs. Explosive, offensive and dangerous, “You Give Love A Bad Name” is quintessential Allin, an absolutely essential album for Scum Punk fans. (Toilet Rock Records/Unofficial)
  • Out of stock
    Back in stock
    When GG Allin And The Jabbers broke up in 1984 after the album Always Was , Is, And Always Shall Be, Allin joined his brother Merle in Boston and briefly fronted the Cedar Street Sluts before forming a new group dubbed the Scumfucs. He also started his own Blood label in 1984 to release an album with an otherwise unreleasable title, Eat My Fuc (later dubbed E.M.F. when reissued). True to its name, Eat My Fuc marked the point where Allin’s lyrics took a turn for the demented. Several EPs — Hard Candy Cock, I Wanna Fuck Your Brains Out, Live Fast, Die Fast — followed, and over the next couple of years, Allin’s live act soon became one of the most feared (or celebrated, depending on your point of view) concert experiences in the Northeast. He was an enormously polarizing figure in the punk community, and — unsurprisingly — found it increasingly difficult to get gigs, especially after a 1986 Village Voice article that chronicled a notorious show at New York City’s Cat Club (reportedly the first time he defecated on-stage). Black vinyl with inserts and poster. (Toilet Rock Records/Unofficial)
  • Always Was, Is and Always Shall Be is the debut studio album by American punk rock musician GG Allin, recorded and released in 1980 on Orange Records. (Fan Club/Records)  
  • The Greek darkwave post-punk band Ghostland finally released their debut LP "Dances On Walls" on French label Manic Depression Records. The album has been released on vinyl and digitally. Although they have been active, playing live since 2015 (we saw them opening for She Past Away in December 2017 at Death Disco, Athens), they still hadn’t released any material till this day. As a four piece, with Makrina: vocals, Argyris: guitar, Nikos: bass, Stavros: keyboards, the band present us with what one could say oldschool post-punk/goth rock but with a freshness that makes them sound very relevant to the scene of today. The album’s eponymous opening track "Dances On Walls", is an moody instrumental one minute track that serves as an intro, preparing for what will follow with "Leave Behind (Hollow Moon)". A classic post-punk track with a very tight rhythm section with brooding bass and crisp drum machine topped with distorted guitar outbursts. Makrina delivers her vocals in a laid back but passionate way giving an atmospheric tone to the songs. On the third track the mood changes with the slower track "Wind Of Knives". From the first thumping of the drums and hearing the baseline one can see the connection with The Cure’s "The Figurehead" from their ultimate dark masterpiece "Pornography". It stands as an instant classic, darkwave at its best, that surely makes it an album standout! Next, they turn up the beat with "Don’t Wait" that stands out with its bouncy synth line but still retains the atmosphere of the rest of the tracks, something that the keyboards and neat guitar work provide. The first side closes with "Sway", another moody haunting track that contains all the elements mentioned above, but here the vocals are even more spread out making them even more atmospheric. Side two of the album kicks off with the dynamic "The Dancing Crowd" with its very emotional vocal. An instant hit that will surely be heard and danced in clubs all around the globe. One gets stuck by its pace, its guitar riffs and of cause by the heartbroken vocal. The tone grows darker on the following "Ice Song". A sparse arrangement that gives it that icy feel, leaving plenty of space for Makrina’s vocal to echo, through its cavernous structure. The track "Lifeblood", that was released a video prior to the album and could be regarded as a single, shows the band at its best and more powerful. Musically the track is a driving force, with all instruments equally giving it everything it needs to set a desolate landscape for the vocals and lyrics to deliver a cry of despair and painstaking loneliness. After left breathtaking, "Against The Light" follows and closes the album. Another sparse track filled with dark stabs of bass and an icy snare, that slightly climaxes with guitar. Overall, a great debut album by a very promising band. An album that seems to grow on you the more you listen to it. Dynamic, passionate and atmospheric at the same time, it makes it an enjoyable listen. So, for the lovers of post-punk / darkwave, this is it! Enter the world of Ghostland and find the soundtrack you were looking for. (Manic Depression Records)
  • The Creepsylvanians strikes back their 5th full length release! "Dungeon Bastards" is a damn solid new blood-soaked slab of grindy gore/death/thrash & grind. 10 new songs has many gangshouts, somewhere between WEHRMACHT & D.R.I. with these typical IMPALED & CARCASS vibes ''Dungeon Bastards'' continues GHOULS's policy of high quality with a blast of noise that will leave fans wishing for more than this 35 minutes. No clickbaiting, no bullshit. (Tankcrimes Records)
  • GIUDA | e.v.a. | LP

    20.00 incl. tax
    Giuda is a five-piece band from Rome, Italy, that play an air-punching mix of anthemic 70s rock hooks delivered with the brutal force of early UK punk, all interpreted in a contemporary and original way with relevance for todays discerning listener. The story of Giuda begins in 2007 and is inextricably connected with that of Romes seminal punk rock band Taxi. When Taxis career was cut short by the tragic passing of their drummer, singer Ntenda, lead guitarist Lorenzo and bassist (then drummer) Danilo regrouped as Giuda. The lineup is completed by guitarist Michele, adding a second layer of boogie sparks to the mix, and new drummer Alex, who recently replaced Daniele. Fuelled by the sounds of bands like Slade, Glitter Band, Hector, Third World War and Slaughter & The Dogs, Giuda offer fresh, powerful rock and roll with attitude in spades. Their debut album Racey Roller, famously described by Robin Wills (The Barracudas) as, Cock Sparrer twinned with the Equals, was graced with iconic cover art courtesy of French designer and glam fanatic Tony CrazeeKid, and quickly became an underground sensation. Highly praised by publications as diverse as Mojo, The Guardian, Uncut, Rolling Stone, Vice (album of the year) and Maximum RocknRoll, the album remains a true cult classic and an inspiration to the numerous hordes of bovver rockers currently following in Giudas wake. (Rise Above Records)
  • A reissue of the second album by the Italian quintet Giuda, the greatest '70s glam-rock band to exist since... the 1970s. This LP is an exciting progression for Giuda featuring more complicated arrangements, more ambitious songwriting and an even bigger sound while retaining all the pure fun and infections glam-punk hooks of their debut album. (Damaged Goods Records)  
  • GLO | diskoäckel | 7″

    8.50 incl. tax
    Reissue classic KBD swedish punk rock band GLO, a gothenburg-based three-chords pogopunk 4 piece formely known as GLUE. Originally released in 1979. Limited to 500 copies, housed in their original artwok. Fully licensed material under the Ken Rock Records' ressue monicker, REKEN. (Lemaj Skivor / Re-Ken Records)
  • GLO | nervl | 7″

    8.50 incl. tax
    Reissue classic KBD swedish punk rock band GLO, a gothenburg-based three-chords pogopunk 4 piece formely known as GLUE. Originally released in 1980. Limited to 500 copies, housed in their original artwok. Fully licensed material under the Ken Rock Records' ressue monicker, REKEN. (Lemaj Skivor / Re-Ken Records)