• Pressed on 180-gram vinyl; features replica cover art and insert. Limited to 500 copies. Beat Generation presents the first ever official reissue of British anarcho-punk band the Lost Cherrees' 1985 debut album All part of growing up. The Lost Cherrees were formed in 1979 by Steve Battershill, Dave Greaves, and Siân Jeffreys. After some rehearsals, they recorded and released a six-track demo tape called "The worst demo ever recorded," a split with the band Warning. They played some gigs, and then Dave Greaves left the band and Andy Rolfe took his place as guitarist; Battershill switched to bass and a new drummer, Nuts, joined the band as well. This lineup recorded a second demo in 1982, with some tracks also included on a split release with Subhumans. In 1983 the band started to play lots of gigs and began working with Dave Floyd and Riot/Clone, and out of this relationship came their first offer for a proper release. The 7" No Fighting, No War, No Trouble, No More was released in late 1983, and John Peel gave the record frequent airtime. The band played gigs with the likes of Conflict and Subhumans all over England and recorded a second 7", A Man's Duty, A Woman's Place, which was released on Colin Jerwood's label Mortarhate Records in 1984. During this time, Lost Cherrees played gigs with Rudimentary Peni, Flux of Pink Indians, Dirt, Icons of Filth, Partisans, Rubella Ballet and many others. One of these gigs ended in a riot, and the Special Patrol Group was called in -- the incident was reported in the next day's national press. In this period Gail Thibert joined the band on keyboards and Beverly Cook-Abbott joined as a second vocalist, rounding out a seven-person lineup with which the band played lots of gigs. In 1984, the Lost Cherrees entered Ariwa Studio in Brixton to record a 16-track album engineered by the legendary Mad Professor and Patrick Donegan. All part of growing up, the band's first album, was released on Fight Back Records (through Conflict and Mortarhate) in 1985. Sometime between its recording and release, Jeffreys left to join Joseph Porter's Blyth Power collective. All part of growing up is a classic album on which the band explode their anarcho-punk with some post-punk and reggae moments, highly influenced by Mad Professor and The Ruts. (Beat Generation)
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    Finally a European version of the long overdue LOS CRUDOS Discography collection. LOS CRUDOS, formed in Chicago's Pilsen neighbourhood in the early 90's, are a Latino punk band with a strong socio-political message and an extremely militant DIY attitude. During their first incarnation, spanning the years 1991 to 1998 the band self-released their own records, printed their own merch, booked their own shows and toured relentlessly around the world. From South America to Japan including a 3 month European tour in the winter of 1996. They spoke to the freaks the outsiders and the minorities and were not afraid of confronting the white middle class punk who reigned supreme during the terrible 90's. A time which will not be remembered for their hardcore output except for a few exceptions, in which CRUDOS are surely included. Their sound, far from being a copycat of whatever flavour of the month was reigning at the time was heavy rooted in the golden years of European and Latino American ferocious hardcore punk. With bands as IMPACT, WRETCHED, OLHO SECO, TERVEET KADET or MASACRE 68 as obvious influences in a time when the simple mention of any of those bands (or any non English speaking bands really) was usually met with a laugh or a joke. They sang in Spanish, with aggression and conviction and that made their message spread out widely, reaching thousands of Spanish speaking punks both in Latino America and Spain as well as inside USA where third generation Latino kids surely were missing a voice within the punk scene. The band split up in 1998 after a really intense year of touring and reformed in 2008. The band will be undertaking their first ever Scandinavian tour in July/ Agust 2016. This collection, originally released as a benefit for MRR magazine last year, includes all the LOS CRUDOS output plus compilation tracks as well as a couple demo tracks and an unreleased song. The European version comes in a gatefold sleeve and brings a 40 page booklet with flyers and the lyrics of all songs. (La Vida Es Un Mus Records) https://lavidaesunmus.bandcamp.com/album/doble-lp-discograf-a
  • Awwwwwww its been so damn long that I got a record that blasts so fast and furious that you get a whoppin’ twenty-eight songs on one chunk of vinyl. This is fun punk, snappy, stabby guitars and drums, singing about what really matters with songs “I Really Don’t Know and I Really Don’t Care,” “I’m a P to the I Ending Up With the G” and “Nature Boy Strut,” about the professional wrestler Ric Flair. It’s not even sloppy, really, because you’d have to be shooting for high quality in order to slouch. No, this is raw for raw’s sake and the Oafs picked their name good. Band has two of The Manikins, probably pushing the stuff too fucked up for that band. A split release between P.Trash Records, Wasted Sounds, and Cage Match Federation. For the snot-nose in all of us. Razorcake. (P. Trash Records / Cage Match Federation) https://localoafs.bandcamp.com/album/too-dumb-to-reason-too-fucked-up-to-dream
  • Having formed only about 2 years ago, LION'S LAW have quickly established themselves as one of the elite modern skinhead streetpunk bands alongside BOOZE & GLORY, EVIL CONDUCT, BISHOPS GREEN and THE TEMPLARS. From their debut show in a squat in Paris in the summer of 2012, LION’S LAW are now consistently playing to (and even headlining) full rooms all over Europe! Formed by members of the popular French band MARABOOTS, LION’S LAW took a direction equally as influenced by classic UK Oi! bands like LAST RESORT as much as classic French bands like WARRIOR KIDS and CAMERA SILENS. This fusion creates a unique sound that has met with success not only across Europe, but also here in the US and elsewhere. (UVPR Vinyles)
  • Repress of Lion's Law debut LP. Lion's Law is able to combine the seminal melodic sounds of the "Chaos en France" era French bands with 80's style UK Oi! resulting in a sound that is like a skinhead album straight out of a Richard Allen book! This music is wild and aggressive, with passion from the heart – from the backstreets of Paris. (UVPR Vinyles)
  • The cutest band in Hardcore is back with a slice of paint peeling hardcore punk loud and ugly enough to destroy your closet. European press of their recent one sided 12″ including seven new tracks in the A side and their Want Us Dead 7″ on the flip. Includes insert and poster. (La Vida Es Un Mus) https://lavidaesunmus.bandcamp.com/album/want-us-dead-lp
  • LIMP WRIST | 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.
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  • Gatefold with a 11 x 22″ insert and download card. LIFE'S BLOOD were a legendary short lived band from New York City. Formed in 1987, LIFE'S BLOOD Played 20 shows and recorded 2 radio shows, a Demo at Don Fury and one 7" "Defiance" released on Combined Effort Records and appeared on the seminal "NEW BREED" tape comp in 1988. In these short 14 months as band they left an indelible mark on the history of hardcore punk, as their sharp, earnest, and challenging lyrics backed with remarkably sturdy, dissonant and distorted hardcore songs emerged at a time where the focus of Underground hardcore had been blurred by commercialism, crossover and violence. HARDCORE A.D. 1988 Collects 27 songs from their Defiance EP, demo tape, compilation tracks, their post humous split EP WITH STICKS AND STONES, WFMU and WNYU recordings and Live tracks with new liner notes from Guittarist Adam Nathanson, extensive band notes compiled by Bassist Neil Burke with extensive photos and flyers. Mastered at George Horn mastering, with packaging designed by Jack Barfield at Neolithic Print Cartel. The LP comes in a Stoughton tip on gatefold with a 11x22" insert and download card. This is the first time LIFE'S BLOOD's material has been officially available in almost two decades. After LIFE'S BLOOD dissolved Guitarist Adam Nathanson formed BORN AGAINST, bassist Neil Burke was in the initial line Up of BORN AGAINST as well as MENACE DEMENT, SINKING BODY and MEN'S RECOVERY PROJECT, drummer Jon Kricksciun and final LIFE'S BLOOD singer Sean Murphy played in COLLAPSE, and original vocalist Jason O'Toole recently sang for MY RIFLE. (Prank Records) https://prank.bandcamp.com/album/lifes-blood-hardcore-a-d-1988
  • LIFE’S BLOOD | 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.
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  • Oh, you thought the raw d-beat craze was just a fad? - piss off, poser! These halifax punks are the real deal and their 2nd 7" continues their manic assault against common decency. While the vocals draw an easy comparison to LEBENDEN TOTEN, these tracks are equally influenced by d-beat heavy weights of old and continue the ferocity of modern acts like PERDITION, FERMIZA 10, or SUDOR. Hell, they even throw in an ICONS OF FILTH cover just to kick you when your down - 6 songs, 10min. - not for cowards.
    (Imminent Destruction Records ‎/ Konton Crasher)
  • New York ska-punks Left ver Crack and their British counterparts Citizen Fish band together for the split release Deadline, and really, what a perfect pairing of groups. Both are vehemently pissed off at the government, suspicious of authority, and ready to throw two middle fingers at basically anything that promotes greed or control, or tries to hold them down. And both also favor upbeat ska grooves and lively melodies to get their points across -- although the melodies are laced with such acerbic vocals, crusty hardcore attitude, and razor-sharp social commentary that the music would be better served at an urban protest rally (Jello Biafra fittingly guest rants on "Baby-Punchers") than as the catalyst to any sort of happy-go-lucky skanking. Citizen Fish's half to things is relatively more upbeat -- though both singers are equally outraged and largely unintelligible -- and excellent cuts like "Working on the Inside" and "Join the Dots" seem borderline friendly with their bouncy basslines if you disregard lyrics that, among other things, name the government as the true drug lords ("Even as you talk of a war on drugs/The name on the cheque says C.I.A"). Citizen Fish have been at this a while, but their frustrations and pleas for improvement are no less pressing. Same goes for the relatively younger Left ver Crack, whose lead rager Stza has one of the snottiest deliveries around; if you're not used to his voice, it can take some acclimation, but it's a voice with a lot of character that gets the job done effectively. Alternating like they do between scrappy ska-punk and faster hardcore-leaning complaints, these songs are also not exactly uplifting ("World War 4" gets closest -- with a chorus that's actually sung, no less -- if that's any indication of track positivity levels), but as always, there's no shortage of hot-blooded passion and sincere conviction. Left ver Crack have a twisted sense of humor that wants to push buttons (i.e., titles like "Baby-Punchers" and the Rancid poke "...And Out Comes the N-Bomb!"), but they really seem to want to spur people to think for themselves more than anything else. The bleeding urgency that both bands discharge with such directed force and street-level ferocity is truly refreshing, even if you don't always agree with their rallying cries to such extreme levels. And overall, especially considering how incensed both groups are, Deadline is surprisingly still incredibly accessible and even poppy. It's the perfect album not just for the converted, but also as an introduction for those looking to add a little anarchistic punk spice to their lives. ~ Corey Apar, Rovi (Alternative Tentacles Records)
  • 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.
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  • Finnish punk/hardcore mixing melodies and anger. Influenced by Lama and early Appendix to give you the name of the game. This is a compilation of partly sold-out material recorded so far (1997-2013) including the first EP, the first LP, 2nd LP “Wahlroosin unelma”, HC’013 -compilation track and the songs from the split EP with Pää Kii. 27 songs in a nice digipack with 12-page booklet! (Kamaset Levyt)
  • "No Stranger To Danger" is the 2nd full-length studio album by US, San Francisco, California based heavy/thrash metal act Lääz Rockit. The album was released through Target Records in 1985 and it´s the successor to "City's Gonna Burn" from 1984. (Massacre Records)  
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    L7 | l7 | LP

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    Coming up in the late 80’s in Los Angeles’ Silver Lake/Echo Park scene, L7 drew from a diverse set of in uences: Motörhead, Ramones, feminist Bay Area punks Frightwig. They made fun of the Sunset Strip’s bouffants and machismo while playing the same kinds of ying-V guitars. They also had no patience for grunge’s gloom, even though their friends were in bands like Nirvana, Mudhoney and Soundgarden. A raunchy punk stampede that predated both grunge and girlpower, L7’s self-titled debut is proof that chicks can rock just as hard, if not harder, as any guy. A surplus of rockin’ punk/metal guitars and driving drums equal 11 tracks to remind yourself that it1s ok to bang your head, HARD. L7 is the band’s debut album, released in 1988 and produced by Brett Gurewitz. (Epitaph Records/2018)
  • One of the driving forces behind the resurgence of gothic rock and post punk in Finland in the new millennium, Kuudes Silmä have kept a long break from recording. Previous works have appeared on the sadly defunct Combat Rock Industry label, and Svart Records welcomes the group into the fold with their 2nd full length album Pelko. Although expressing themselves in their native tongue, Kuudes Silmä’s music is very much part of the greater global post-punk underground. Formed, suitably enough, in Berlin in 2009, the band have played several tours around Europe, America and Russia, and appeared on Maximum Rock’n’Roll’s Sound the Alarm -compilation. On Pelko the band takes a small step towards gothic maturity, with some of the most abrasive tones giving room for a more new wave pop approach. (Svart Records)
  • European pressing limited on 300 copies! Finland’s d-beat hardcore punk band Kürøishi is finally dropping their monster second LP “Sound The Alarm”. While the sold-out first LP "Poverty. Ignorance. Greed. Slavery” stemmed from a traditional Scandinavian style of "Tragedy via Wolfbrigade", "Sound the Alarm" LP leans a lot more on a tasteful Japanese hardcore influence. The Tragedy heaviness and bleak atmosphere is still prevalent, with crushing dirges and desperate melodic riffing, but here the songs are more guitar-focused, with blazing guitar leads and huge epic guitar solos pumping adrenaline to the extreme. Set that to high-charge tempos and throw in some big gang choruses with guest appearances from bands like Think Again/ Systematic Death, NoLA, No Excuse, Vivisektio and Rotten Sound, and you've got your winter soundtrack all sorted out. Powerhouse shit, one of the best records in my life right now. Patience paid off. Recorded and mixed by Antti Lindholm at Boat Island Studio April - July 2019 and mastered by Jack Control at Enormous Door Mastering (Martyrdöd, Forward, Framtid etc.). "Sound The Alarm" comes with a sleeve drawn and painted by none other than the true japanese artist and legend Akihiko "Sugi" Sugimoto himself. (Fight Records)
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    KRONSTADT | kronstadt | LP

    14.00 incl. tax
    Here we go again with a band from Lille, risen from the still burning ashes of TRAITRE, KRONSTADT is a new band from this really active punk scene. The ease option would be to compare them to their previous band but we won't. KRONSTADT offers some great punk-rock, heady and melancholic but also straightforward and catchy. A bunch of French punk bands from the 80's may come to mind while listening to this as well as more recent stuff but don't get wrong, KRONSTADT is nothing else but KRONSTADT. This 12" gathers anger, disobedience and urgency. KRONSTADT is also a band which succeeds at this hard task which writing french lyrics. This is a corelease with Une Vie Pour Rien, Senseless acts of Anger and Les Âmes d'Atala. (Destructure) https://kronstadtlille.bandcamp.com/album/self-titled-lp
  • Debut album from swedish d-tatk/raw punk band with Makabert Fynd/Passiv Dödshjälp members. Unpolished and raw Swedish D-Beat/Käng!
    Only 200 pressed. Colored vinyl. (Phobia Records) https://phobiarecords.bandcamp.com/album/kronisk-misantropi-masshypnos-lp
  • The first release on the new BOSS TUNEAGE offshoot label FLEXIPUNK. First up is KRIMEWATCH from New York! Two great killer tracks of female fronted punkrock. Available on Limited Edition flexi disc with wraparound cover, priced as cheap as possible! First Pressing - Yellow Flexi (Flexipunk) https://krimewatch.bandcamp.com/track/machismo-new-york-nightmare
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    Classic swedish fast hardcore! Originally released by Sound Pollution/USA in 2001. This is Insane Society repress from 2018. 24 songs that do the impossible - örebro Mangel tops even the raging hardcore on the previous "Maktmissbrukare" LP/CD that was considered by many to be the best release of 1999. This is raw, hammering hardcore with no mercy executed in pure Scandi thrash tradition. MOB 47s spirit is belted out by veterans Mieszko Talaczyk (NASUM), Anders Jakobson (NASUM), and Jallo Calzone (MEANWHILE, TOTALITAR). Recorded at Soundlab Studio. (Insane Society Records)
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    (Shipping: September) Tokyo powerhouse KRIEGSHÖG returns with a two track 7” of distorted hardcore punk perfection. Facing a line up change the band sound was altered slightly after the previous guitarist quit. The new line up may have taken the guitar fuzziness a notch down in favour of a crunchier guitar tone but amped up the songwriting to the next level with a overdose of riffs, attacking each note with the same ferocious venom they have us accustomed to. These two tracks display both sides of KRIEGSHÖG perfectly, a mid tempo bass driven 4 minute banger backed up by a classic destructive sonic jam with the gnarliest punk vocals out there. Quoting the band “Play Loud and DIE!!!” The high contrast black and white of their aesthetic and sound takes a new turn making room for a conceptual record. Housed in a heavy duty PVC pocket sleeve with artwork silkscreened on it the clear vinyl record with pure black and white labels. (La Vida Es Un Mus Records) https://lavidaesunmus.bandcamp.com/album/paint-it-black-white-out
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    KORTATU | kortatu | LP

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    Official reissue their first full lenght released in 1986. Kortatu was a Basque ska punk band from the Basque Autonomous Community formed in Irun in the summer of 1984. Kortatu was born in the context of the first democracy years in Spain in 1984. They had a big significance for left-wing basque nationalism (which rejected the new constitutional project) as precursors of a new wave of music: Basque Radical Rock (Rock Radikal Vasco or RRV in Spanish). They reached a huge degree of influence in Basque and Spanish punk, as other bands like La Polla Records, Cicatriz and Eskorbuto became famous in the 80s underground scene. It was a very popular band in Basque Country, and also in the rest of Spain. (Oihuka Records)
  • Official reissue their second full lenght released in 1986. Kortatu was a Basque ska punk band from the Basque Autonomous Community formed in Irun in the summer of 1984. Kortatu was born in the context of the first democracy years in Spain in 1984. They had a big significance for left-wing basque nationalism (which rejected the new constitutional project) as precursors of a new wave of music: Basque Radical Rock (Rock Radikal Vasco or RRV in Spanish). They reached a huge degree of influence in Basque and Spanish punk, as other bands like La Polla Records, Cicatriz and Eskorbuto became famous in the 80s underground scene. It was a very popular band in Basque Country, and also in the rest of Spain. (Oihuka Records)
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    After a Demo Tape, a bunch of live tapes, two 7″ EP’s and a split 7″ with Appendix, Korrosive are finally back with their debut full length. The Bay Area band hasn’t changed their sound at all and what you can hear on this record is the usual wall of sound totally inspired by old school Finnish hardcore punk. Kaaos are of course on the top of the list, but Mellakka, Rutto and Bastards are the names that come to my mind after multiple listenings to this masterpiece. (Agipunk Records) https://korrosive.bandcamp.com/album/observations-from-the-west