• Raging and vicious Hardcore punk - Lille. (Destructure Records) https://anneeszero.bandcamp.com/album/ep
  • There’s a part during “Too High to Die”, the third track on Annihilation Time’s classic album II, where Jimmy Rose screams, “I got blood pouring from my mouth and I like the taste of it”. Over massive guitar riffs and even a cowbell, it sounds like the perfect storm of greasy 70s rock, blazing thrash and urgent 80s hardcore. You can almost feel the crushed beer cans underfoot. II stands as an American power punk rock classic now repressed in limited PURPLE VINYL! on Tee Pee Records!! Recorded in 2004 at Motorwolf Studios in Holland while the band was on tour, the album brings together the riffs of Thin Lizzy and Motorhead with the snarl of Black Flag and Siege. Forming in Southern California in 2001, Annihilation Time were ferocious and constant touring (and partying) with bands like Municipal Waste and Caustic Christ earned them a cult like following across the US and Europe. Since the band split in 2009, members have gone on to play in numerous bands including Lecherous Gaze. (Tee Pee Records)  
  • DELUXE VINYL EDITION!!! "Absolut Country Of Sweden" is the 1990 debut album of hardcore Punk/Metal Legends ANTI CIMEX. Without a doubt Anti–Cimex were the forefathers of the Scandinavian scene. (Back on Black Records)  
  • DELUXE VINYL EDITION!!! "Anti Cimex" is the self titled 1986 EP by the Swedish, D-beat, tour de force ANTI-CIMEX. SIDE A 1.Prelude E-minor / Criminal Trap 2.Time To? 3.Make My Day 4.Smell Of Silence SIDE B 5.Painkiller 6.Set Me Free (Back on Black Records)  
  • DELUXE VINYL EDITION!!! "Scandinavian Jawbreaker" is the 1993 sophomore album by Hardcore Punk/Metal Legends ANTI CIMEX. Anti Cimex’s DNA lurks in the genetic code of just about every punk band to call Sweden home, and former band members can be found anchoring current stalwarts like Driller Killer and Wolfbrigade. Without a doubt Anti–Cimex were the forefathers of the Scandinavian scene. (Back on Black Records)
  • ANTI CIMEX | T-shirt

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    Gildan heavy cotton t-shirt 100% cotton. All the water-based inks for screenprints have an eco-passport verification. Every stamp and logo is hand pulled silk screen print.
  • DELUXE VINYL EDITION!!! Superb collection of Hardcore Punk/Metal Legends ANTI CIMEX. Featuring the classic EPs “Anarkist Attack” (1982), “Victims Of The Bomb Raid” (1984) and “Raped Ass” (1983). Without a doubt Anti–Cimex were the forefathers of the Scandinavian scene. This is a must have collection! SIDE A ANARKIST ATTACK (1982) 1.Svaveldioxid 2.Heroindöd 3.Drömmusik 4.Anti-Cimex RAPED ASS (1983) 5.When The Innocent Die 6.War Machine SIDE B RAPED ASS (1983) (contd.) 7.Total Silence 8.Cries Of Pain 9.Raped Ass VICTIMS OF A BOMB RAID (1984) 10.Desperate Hours 11.Game Of The Arseholes 12.Victims Of A Bomb Raid 13.Set Me Free (Back on Black Records)  
  • Following on from our releases of "AT WHAT PRICE IS FREEDOM" and "LIVE: IN DURHAM CITY", we are proud to present a double vinyl LP anthology of the 80s recordings by ANTI SYSTEM! With all tracks being remastered especially for vinyl, this compilation takes in all the tracks from the "NO LAUGHING MATTER" LP, "A LOOK AT LIFE" 12", "IN DEFENCE OF THE REALM" 7" EP and compilation tracks from the two PAX comp LPs. This is a band authorised double LP anthology of all the classic 80s recordings, sounding better than ever before!! (Boss Tuneage Records)
  • Limited edition vinyl reissue of the debut album by the Anti-Nowhere League, originally issued on WXYZ Records in 1982!. Despite the obnoxious band’s reputation and the legal persecution that the group suffered due to its obscene lyrics the album remained Nº 1 for many weeks in the independent charts and it became from its release day an instant UK Punk Rock Classic!!
    (Daily Records)

  • Antidote's "Thou Shalt Not Kill" EP is one of the most sought-after pieces of hardcore history. Released in 1983, there were only 1,000 copies of this 7" originally pressed, and subsequently, bootlegged versions started to pop up everywhere in various formats. Today, Bridge Nine Records is proud to announce that the label will re-release this landmark EP. (Bridge 9 Records) (Bridge 9 Records)
  • ANTISECT | T-shirt

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  • The fourth instalment in Ian Glasper’s legendary journey into the heart of UK Punk and Hardcore, ‘Armed With Anger’” explores the transformation of the UK Punk underground as the gritty 1980s gave way to the 1990s and everything that came with it. Thought by many to be an absolutenadir in the history of punk, this overlooked era still spawned many important and intriguing bands, and, as per his previous works, Glasper leaves no stone unturnedwhen exploring the inspirations and motivations that drove the acts of the time. From the likes of Therapy?, Understand and Lostprophets, who all went on to major label success after starting in humble underground bands, through to groups who released just one demo or a lone 7″ single, ‘Armed With Anger’ examines almost a hundred bands, allowing them to tell their own stories in their own words, and is brimming with previously unseen photographs and long-lost memorabilia.
    No stone is left unturned as the many disparate sub-genres of the scene are examined, from pop-punk (Goober Patrol, Panic etc) and ska-punk (Citizen Fish, Spithead), through raging hardcore (Voorhees and Assert), militant SXE (Withdrawn, Ironside)and old school punk rock (Sick On The Bus and Police Bastard), on to the birth of metalcore (Stampin’ Ground and Above All) and, love-it-or-hate-it, emocore (Fabric and Bob Tilton). The leading lights (and many more) are explored and featured, along with the politics, underground fanzines and DIY labels which were synonymous with the scene.
    A must for anyone who enjoyed the first three books, all of which were hugely successful and have become cult classic must reads for anybody with an interest in the genre, this ‘fourth book in the trilogy’ pulls together many of the threads of those volumes and brings Glasper’s celebration of the UK’s underground punkheritage to a satisfying,
    • Paperback | 704 pages
    • 155 x 233 x 33.02mm | 915g
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    ARMIA | legenda | LP

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    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)
  • “Armia” is the band’s debut studio album from 1988. First time official reissue of this highly influential Polish punk classic . Limited 180gr red vinyl with printed inner sleeve. Armia started at the end 1984 after Tomasz Budzynski left Siekiera for whom he was singing (it was over a matter of musical direction, and Siekiera went new-wave after the departure of Tomasz) and founded Armia with guitar-player Robert Brylewski (died in 2018 after beaten up), who had been part of the legendary, mood-defining Brygada Kryzys and of Izrael, a very popular reggae band (reggae has always been hugely popular in Poland). On the drums was also a former Izrael, Tomasz Kozuchowski, and on the bass was yet another Tomasz (they almost could call themselves "Tomasz Army" really). From the beginning, there was something unique and compelling about Armia. Although the band obviously built on the peculiarly intense Polish punk sound of bands like Dezerter, TZN Xenna, Moskwa, Abaddon and indeed Siekiera, as the texture and the structure of the riffs could attest, there was a different feel, a creative intent that was new, conceptual, almost metaphysical and could be seen in the aesthetics of Armia as much as in their music and words. The use of horns and other "non-punk" instruments gave the band a unique sound and pointed at their desire to create a unique soundscape (the fact that some members had already played in the horns-using Izrael also helped). The first 1987 Lp confirmed the band's amazing potential. Although it lacks the awesome power of "Legenda" and is still quite close to the classic Polish punk sound, some songs hinted at the songwriting tour de force that was to follow. But more important, the first album showed something central to Armia: the narrative intent. If you listen to it closely, there is a storytelling quality to the Lp, albeit in a still imperfect form. Taken individually, for all their undeniable quality as hardcore-punk numbers, the songs don't have the same strength and are not as meaningful as when the Lp is seen as a whole. A feeling of dementia and insanity floats over the album but it can only be heard when you listen to the whole work. (Terminal Sound Nuisance) (Metal Mind Production)
  • ARTCORE ISSUE 39 WITH MYDOLLS 7” ARTCORE #39 In this issue of the long running UK punk zine you’ll find in depth interviews with legendary UK punks SUBHUMANS, LA’s TOTAL MASSACRE, Amsterdam’s OPEN WOUNDS, South Wales’ DRUNKEN MARKSMAN, The North East’s TIED DOWN and London’s GAME. While the historical ‘Vaultage’ section of the zine features interviews with original LA punk zine FLIPSIDE, London anarcho post-punks PART 1 and Stoke’s EXIT CONDITION. On top of this are the articles: ‘Death to the Sickoids’ a 10,000 word history of Canadian punk in the 70s and 80s, ‘Punks in Parkas’ on the ‘79 mod revival by ace face Neil Cox (Shutdown, Thirty Six Strategies, Diaz Brothers) and ‘Ragin’ Full On In Early 80s Southern California’ featuring the hardcore memoirs of Andy Nystrom (Sorex, There’s Something Hard In There). There are also over 100 reviews and zero advertising, all jammed into 40 litho printed A4 pages. MYDOLLS 7” This three song 7” featuring ‘Nova Grows Up’, ‘The/Rapist’ and ‘In Technicolor’ is an enhanced reissue with new artwork of the Mydolls 1981 debut release on C.I.A. Records (run by Linda of the band along with her husband U-Ron Bondage of REALLY RED). From Houston, Texas, this male-backed feminist art-punk four piece followed their own path, creating a unique post-punk sound that would’ve fitted right in on Rough Trade’s roster of bands of the day alongside THE SLITS and THE RAINCOATS. The band travelled to London not longer after this 7” was released in 1982 to promote the record and were interviewed by John Peel. They went onto release another 7” and a mini-album in the 80s, appeared in Wim Wenders’ film Paris, Texas, as well as playing gigs along side touring bands like MINOR THREAT, THE CRAMPS and SIOUXSIE AND THE BANSHEES, as well as locals BIG BOYS, REALLY RED and THE DICKS. The 7” (with some additional audio) comes on green/grey marble vinyl and is housed in an eight page lyric and photo booklet.
  • Solid black vinyl version limited to 300 copies - LP+CD. Torino, Northern Italy, is with no trace of doubt one of the areas that gave birth to some of the most important Italian Hardcore bands of all eras… NEGAZIONE, DECLINO, CONTR-AZIONE, 5# BRACCIO, ROUGH just to mention a few. And the great thing about this city is that all this did not only last in the ’80s but had a solid continuation in the decades to follow. Bands like ARTURO, CRUNCH, FRAMMENTI, BELLI-COSI, C.O.V. took the legacy of the giants that came before and ruled the ’90s reinventing Hardcore with creativity, passion and a flash of genius in song-writing. ARTURO were certainly the fastest and those that have been more pristine in sticking to the total Hardcore formula, especially in their early years with Alfo on vocals. So this anthology is all focused on that time, the early years of one of the most furious Italian Hardcore bands of the Nineties… fast, top adrenalinic Hardcore that gives no time to breathe from start to finish! It includes their debut CD “Ar-cor” (1995), the two Ep’s “Isterico” (1997) and “Topo volante” (1998) plus a bonus CD with the impossible to find first demo and an unreleased soundboard live at El Paso (Torino), 1996 opening for CRIPPLE BASTARDS (actually at that time ARTURO shared their drummer and bass-player with CB!). 63 songs of manic fast TORINO HC!!! Double insert with lyrics, original artworks and photos. (F.O.A.D. Records)
  • Solid black vinyl ltd. to 350 copies - 19.00 The masters of complete Hardcore Mangel are back with a vengeance! 12 songs of crushing Swedish Hardcore from these timeless legends mangling ears since the early ’80s!! Two years after “Död åt kapitalismen“, a new menace of uncompromised fury is ready to endanger your cardiac stability… Not only these guys were pioneers of the fastest and rawest ’80s Hardcore ever spawned from the freezing North, but they are among the few that kept the same level of intensity and anger with their recent reunion. All the greatest features for a brutal Swedish Hardcore record are pushed to the top on this new full length, vitriolic vocals and vicious discharged riffs picturing the most apocalyptic war scenarios, solid scandicore/d-beat drumming and a kick-in-the-face production giving to all their rawness and distortion an even sicker and cruder feeling. Correct us if we fail to say that with this record we are closing the year with the best Swedish Hardcore album of 2019 and who knows for how much time more. (F.O.A.D. Records)
  • Black vinyl limited to 200. The third and final installment that completes the ASOCIAL vinyl reissues to make their entire 1982-1994 easily available for all you Scandicore psychos. This LP collects the following: “How could Hardcore be any worse” (split tape with The Bedrövlers, 1984… THEIR FASTEST RECORDINGS EVER!) plus some extra unreleased stuff, songs from “Hardcore for the masses” and “Attack is now suicide” v.a. LPs (both from 1988), the “House of gore” 7″ (1992) and their songs from “Distortion to hell” v.a. CD (1994). All this stuff has been mastered from the original reels and mastertapes. This collection shows the band’s progression from the early, out of control ultra Hardcore annihilation to a more d-beat paced (as a matter of fact, a Discharge cover is included) and even metallic HC approach, still keeping the aggression and power that has always been a trademark in their sound. 25 tracks. Housed in a glossy gatefold sleeve with silver hot-foil stamping. (F.O.A.D. Records)  
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    Limited on 300 copies! Mexican Raw Punk D-Beat Holocaust. Completely noisy Raw Punk Madness straight from America Latino/Mexico. 7 own crashers and a cover of Histeria ("Nunca Cambiare"). Total raw-punk, hellmangel, d-beat massacre!!!! With killer-artwork from Ali Ripper!!! (Rawmantic Disasters Records) https://assassini.bandcamp.com/album/ep
  • Swedish punk legends 40 year anniversary edition on yellowcolored vinyl. Re-issue of the seminal 1st full-length by Sweden's legendary melodic-punk band, ASTA KASK from 1986. 1978 saw 4 boys, that would become ASTA KASK, in a basement in the small town of Töreboda, Sweden. It was there, that the unique sound was created that would come to leave a mark on Swedish and international punk bands for generations. This re-issued 19 track records comes with a new alternate cover and extensive remastering by the band. Fast, pissed off and still contagiously melodic punk. Colored (yellow) vinyl is limited and includes a digital download card. (Gaphals Records/Kloakens Alternativa Antiproduktion)  
  • Swedish punk legends 40 year anniversary edition on white colored vinyl. Re-issue of "en för alla ingen för nan", originally released by Burning Heart in 2006. 1978 saw 4 boys, that would become ASTA KASK, in a basement in the small town of Töreboda, Sweden. It was there, that the unique sound was created that would come to leave a mark on Swedish and international punk bands for generations. This re-issued 19 track records comes with a new alternate cover and extensive remastering by the band. Fast, pissed off and still contagiously melodic punk. Colored (white) vinyl is limited and includes a digital download card. (Gaphals Records/Kloakens Alternativa Antiproduktion)
  • Swedish punk legends ASTA KASK are celebrating their 40 year anniversary with the release of "historien dömer oss alla ("history will judge us all), along with reissues of 3 classic records. ASTA KASK have succeeded with something very few bands from the first wave of swedish punk have: to maintain their fans while still making their way into the hearts of young punks. The new record "historien dömer oss alla" consist of 4 songs that brings up hate, fear and the normalization of surreptitious racism that is spreading around the globe. The material covers the different strengths of the bands longevity: the speed of 2-beat drums, echos of raw 80's chord progression and the never ending thirst for singalong-friendly melodies. Limited to 1000 copies on black vinyl. Poster of cover and digital download card included. (Gaphals Records) https://gaphals.bandcamp.com/album/asta-kask-historien-d-mer-oss-alla
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    Swedish punk legends 40 year anniversary edition on red colored vinyl. "Med is i magen" is the 1st MLP by Sweden's legendary punk band ASTA KASK. A cornerstone of Swedish punk-rock and it's "trallpunk" genre - where lightning fast delivery of unrelenting melodic and upbeat punk is delivered hardcore tempo. Featuring many of the bands classic tracks - this was the band's best selling release, though it has become a sought after collector's item since it's release in 1985. Colored (red) vinyl is limited and includes a digital download card. (Gaphals Records/Kloakens Alternativa Antiproduktion)  
  • 1986’s “American Paranoia” was a California thrash bash from the Bay Area’s Attitude Adjustment. Along with bands like Excel, Cryptic Slaughter, and Hirax, Attitude Adjustment helped bridge the gap between blazing fast hardcore and speed metal, a sound that was duplicated many times over but rarely with the ferocity found here. This LP was originally pressed on the legendary Pusmort Records (run by famed artist Pushead) and has not been in print on vinyl since that initial pressing. LP includes DVD and is limited to 500 copies. (Taang! Records)  
  • Aurora was cold wave band from Rzeszow/Poland made up of former members Noah Noah and One Million Bulgarians in 1986. Their performance at the Jarocin 1987 festival was a real sensation and the band received an audience and journalistic award. From the beginning, the band had huge problems with the communist regime and censorship because of harsh anti-communist lyrics. "Nyet nyet soviet" was released as a demo tape in 1988 and includes their Jarocin 1987 performance and studio recordings from same year. After over 30 years, the cassette finally appears on vinyl. - Edition of 120 copies pressed on black vinyl. - Record comes with a 4-page insert with photos, lyrics and newspaper clippings about the band from the 80s. (Fan Club)