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    NAILS is beyond brutality. These grindcore tyrants of the American underground have triumphantly returned with their 2nd full length “ABANDON ALL LIFE”! Like the bands debut album: “Unsilent Death, was recorded with CONVERGE’s Kurt Ballou. These 10 tracks of barbaric rage have no resemblance to the laughable retro party metal that passes as extreme music in today’s world. Abandon All Life viciously carpet bombs the listener with a horrifying brand of Death/ Grind/ Hardcore chaos. Bludgeoning beatdowns, grinding blasts, hyper-distorted vocals, hard-hitting metallic chugs and early death metal riffs intensifies to a climatic end where the guitars wail and militant drum breakdowns send us marching. With profound hatred, the howling war cry of ABANDON ALL LIFE shows NAILS as a band without equal in their class. (Southern Lord Records/2013)
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    Nabat were formed in 1979 in Bologna and quickly rose to being one of Italy's most popular and beloved Oi! / Punk bands. Putting on their shows and festivals and starting their own label and self-releasing their own records and productions some amazing comps the band were gaining a following outside of Italy by the mid 80s being popular in Germany and even being known in the US before calling it quits in 1987. This collection brings together some of their rare and highly sought after 7" and tape tracks from their brilliant discography. You get all their recorded tracks from 82-84 including their first tape and both of their early 7" EPs plus early comp tracks. . This Comp LP was originally released on Vulture Rock Records in 2015 and quickly sold out and now Puke N Vomit is bringing back this must have slice of Italian Oi!/ Punk, so if you missed out the first time don't let it happen again. (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • Before there was a Swedish Death Metal scene - let alone a signature sound - N2K2 was helping to create both. Nirvana 2002 Recordings '89-'91 is a collection of rare demos and rehearsals from the pioneering band. Repressed for the first time in 10 years, Nirvana 2002 Recordings '89-'91 is not just a nostalgic time capsule from the past, but a glimpse at what the future of Death Metal would hold. THIS IS METAL FROM SWEDEN Features Orvar Säfström, Erik Qvick and Lars Henriksson (Relapse Records) Includes Digital Download
  • Bogotá’s MURO and Mallorca’s ORDEN MUNDIAL have been flattening audiences all over the world with their unrelenting passion and energy. Now, one of the mightiest of all possible pairings in todays already delectable world of HC/Punk is available for the worldwide community of underground music. Recorded in Berlin in the icy grips of winter 2017, ORDEN MUNDIAL devastate the A-Side with a uniquely southern Spanish take on some classic American HC tropes like the buzzsaw sensibility of Boston Not LA era JERRY’S KIDS, part noisecore a la CONFUSE, all blended with a dirgey desperation that “Side B” era BLACK FLAG would leap upon with utter enthusiasm. MURO follow with an equally massive grip of songs in their uniquely “Muro” style. This is punk music only they could have made. Bursting with aggression and sadness, this is manic and dynamic hc at its best. As wonderful as it is, this record is the last recorded output of ORDEN MUNDIAL. This project is in memory of the passing of Martí, bassist of ORDEN MUNDIAL, who outside of their duties in OM played bass in MURO on their tour of Europe, and on one of the MURO tracks on this record. Wild HC will keep us all. (Jonah Falco) Sleeve designed by Sebastian Rosillo with a 8 page booklet by Bernat Mundial. Mastered by Jonah Falco. (La Vida Es Un Mus Records) https://lavidaesunmus.bandcamp.com/album/sonido-de-la-negaci-n
  • Aborted Society is proud to present the debut LP from Portland’s MURDERESS. Dark, brooding metallic d-beat crust punk with spine-tingling screaming vocals, this is an up and coming female-fronted group that falls somewhere in between the 80′s metallic punk style of groups like SACRILEGE (UK) and melody-driven crust akin to ZERO HOUR. This release comes with a poster/lyric insert, black paper inner sleeves, a nice matte-finish jacket, and a free download card of the record for MP3 players. (Aborted Society)
  • 'Harder, Faster, Louder' is the perfect description of Municipal Waste's new album, entitled "Massive Aggressive"! Building on the now classic "Hazardous Mutation" and "The Art Of Partying", Municipal Waste have crafted the bottom line in Crossover Thrash and Speed metal, banishing comparisons of old by becoming the pinnacle of their genre and releasing the essential all round metal release of 2009! With "Massive Aggressive" Municipal Waste have upped the ante and pushed crossover thrash to it's ultimate limit! Aggressive, diverse and damn catchy, this album is unlikely to leave your CD or record player until Municipal Waste can produce something to top it!
  • Twelve inch vinyl pressing of this 2012 release from the two bands that brought Thrash back from the punk basements to the big stage. Two tracks each, exclusive to this vinyl split and amazing cover art by Andrei Bouzikov too. Speed Metal Punx! (Tankcrimes Records)
  • Tragedy like hardcore crust punk from Nagoya, Japan. Originally released only on cd in 2008. (7 Inch Distro)
  • “Overkill” is the second studio album by Motörhead and was released in March 1979. Kerrang! magazine listed the album at #46 in the "100 Greatest Heavy Metal Albums Of All Time". The artwork is now available as a 500 piece jigsaw puzzle printed on high quality board. 500 pieces Weight: 490g Jigsaw size: 39cm x 39cm Box size: 30.9cm x 30.9cm x 2.8cm Product type : Puzzle Label : ZEE COMPANY
  • The “Orgasmatron” album is Motörhead’s seventh and was released in August 1986. It was the band's first full studio album in three years and got Motörhead back on track. The cover art is by Joe Petagno and is now available as a 500 piece jigsaw puzzle printed on high quality board. 500 pieces Weight: 490g Jigsaw size: 39cm x 39cm Box size: 30.9cm x 30.9cm x 2.8cm
  • Newly remastered from the original analogue tapes, Motörhead’s ‘On Parole’ is to be re-released on 9 October as part of National Album Day. Available as a single CD and double-LP, it features six bonus tracks that include a previously unreleased original version of ‘Iron Horse / Born to Lose” and a previously unreleased demo version of ‘Fools’. Other bonus tracks include ‘On Parole’, ‘City Kids’, ‘Motörhead’ and ‘Leaving Here’. There are new liner notes written by founder member Lucas Fox, the band’s original drummer, and features rarely seen photographs and archive content. It will be released with a rare Canadian version of the cover artwork and is the only Motörhead album that features the original line-up of the band (Lemmy on vocals and bass, Larry Wallis on guitar and vocals, and Lucas Fox on drums). Lucas Fox features on all the tracks, including those that Phil Taylor added his drums to. Originally completed in 1976, ‘On Parole’ was the first-ever recorded material by Motörhead, but was released in 1979 after it was originally held-back by then record label United Artists. The album proved to be the starting point of one of the most important bands in rock history, these early recording sessions set Motörhead’s uncompromising sound and became a turning point for Lemmy who would now become front and centre of his own band and, unintentionally, one of the most iconic, influential and celebrated figures in rock music. ‘On Parole’ was eventually released in 1979 becoming the band’s fourth ‘released’ album. The album proved to have a massive impact on British musical culture like very few albums have ever had and became the bridging point from rock to heavy metal and then to punk. With Lemmy having been sacked from space/progressive rock legends Hawkwind, he once again started to hang out with old friend Lucas Fox who shared a multitude of passions and beliefs, and from this Motörhead was born. Purposefully loud, aggressive and provocative, their songs were short, sharp, shocks instead of songs with 20-minute guitar solos. They were unrelenting to their audience... and they loved it. (Parlophone/2020)
  • Third studio album of MOSCOW DEATH BRIGADE! Each of the 11 tracks on the new record takes a unique form inspired by various genres from Punk Rock and Black Metal to Drum & Bass, Techno, EDM and more. The machine gun rap flow of the band’s two MC’s can be heard on all tracks, rapping in English on a variety of topics, from pressing social issues to more light hearted ones, such as graffiti and touring.

    Boltcutter Vlad: „‘Bad Accent‘ in the record’s name stands for what we see as an internationally recognizable dialect shared by those not afraid to expand their horizons, travel to new places, meet new people so they can get things done, survive, stand for the right things. A lot of times the society unjustly labels them as ‚undesirable elements‘ or ‚suspicious foreigners‘. This album is a collection of Anthems for the Bad Accent brother and sisterhood to bang their heads to.“

    Ski Mask G: „On the new album we are combining the sound of previous two records while adding new vibes. We are bringing back punk and hardcore beats with beloved ‚heavy metal guitars‘, but many tracks will still retain heavy electronic elements, and all of that with a twisted flavor of Moscow Death Brigade. We call it Circle Pit Hip-Hop.“ (Fire and Flames Music)

  • Third studio album of MOSCOW DEATH BRIGADE! Each of the 11 tracks on the new record takes a unique form inspired by various genres from Punk Rock and Black Metal to Drum & Bass, Techno, EDM and more. The machine gun rap flow of the band’s two MC’s can be heard on all tracks, rapping in English on a variety of topics, from pressing social issues to more light hearted ones, such as graffiti and touring.

    Boltcutter Vlad: „‘Bad Accent‘ in the record’s name stands for what we see as an internationally recognizable dialect shared by those not afraid to expand their horizons, travel to new places, meet new people so they can get things done, survive, stand for the right things. A lot of times the society unjustly labels them as ‚undesirable elements‘ or ‚suspicious foreigners‘. This album is a collection of Anthems for the Bad Accent brother and sisterhood to bang their heads to.“

    Ski Mask G: „On the new album we are combining the sound of previous two records while adding new vibes. We are bringing back punk and hardcore beats with beloved ‚heavy metal guitars‘, but many tracks will still retain heavy electronic elements, and all of that with a twisted flavor of Moscow Death Brigade. We call it Circle Pit Hip-Hop.“ (Fire and Flames Music)

  • MORROW | fallow | LP

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    Morrow are a violin and cello driven atmospheric crust band, in the vein of Ictus, Fall of Efrafa and Remains of the day. They began their post civilisation odyssey in 2016’s “Covenant of Teeth” the somber string laden D beat, seated in the forests and ice scapes of future primitive cultures. “Fallow” picks up where their debut ended; following the same protagonists as they leave the safety of the forests in search of knowledge amongst the sweltering, vibrant and violent carcass cities in the desert south. It is a far more raucous record; a pandemonium of drums and throaty cello as our characters face a chaotic, terrifying and majestic landscape, one of bared teeth amongst the sand storms and screaming voices. Fallow features guest vocals from members of Gattaca, Monachus, Autarch, Wildspeaker, Hyena, Sol and Fall of Efrafa. (Alerta Antifascista Records) https://alertaantifascistarecords.bandcamp.com/album/aa132-morrow-fallow-lp
  • Brooding, dark and sombre melodic crust in the vein of Ictus and Fall of Efrafa, vast resonant guitars and cello over thundering D-beat, invoking mythologies of remnant cultures amongst the ruins of our civilisation, the earthen liturgy of forests and ice scapes. Morrow are a collective of friends from all over the world, and features guest vocals from members of Masakari, Monachus, Wildspeaker, Archivist and Anopheli (Alerta Antifascista Records) https://alertaantifascistarecords.bandcamp.com/album/aa116-morrow-covenant-of-teeth-lp
  • MORNE | rust | LP

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    This record contains their older material previously released as a split LP with Warprayer (Songs on A-Side) and the s/t EP (Songs on B-Side), both out of press. Now both releases are available on one full length LP, color and black. Remastered and redesigned. (Alerta Antifascista Records) https://alertaantifascistarecords.bandcamp.com/album/aa146-morne-rust-lp
  • One of the first austrian punk bands ever. a rocknroll band with a perfect dose of punk – attitude. Formed in 1978 they were, along with Chuzpe, the most essential band of the viennese punk scene.
    They appeared of famous compilation ‘Wiener Blutrausch’ compilation wth three tracks. Ths antholgy contains their first single from 1979, the tracks from Blutrausch compilation, two unreleased tracks, and 2nd and 3rd singles and two tracks got from their album “Angst vorm Rock´n Roll?” LP Essential euro punk lp! Ltd 350 copies on green slyme vinyl!! (Rave Up Records)
  • Reissue of 1990 album by US thrash metal Band Morbid Saint on transparent blood red vinyl, limited to 350 copies. Including insert and poster. All tracks remastered. (High Roller Records)  
  • Reissued in a run of 500 copies, this legendary Dutch punk single from '78 is now available again. (Mad Butcher Records)
  • When С крыш наших домов, the debut album by Molchat Doma, was released in 2017, it announced a bold new voice in underground music. The album found a passionate audience on Bandcamp and other streaming services and was released on CD and cassette. Sacred Bones Records is proud to present the album on vinyl for the first time. Molchat Doma (translated as "Houses Are Silent"), founded in 2017 in Minsk, Belarus, stands at the intersection of post-punk, new-wave and synth-pop. Dark yet danceable, and with a heavy dose of goth ethos, their music is reminiscent of the masters that predate them, but make no mistake: Molchat Doma creates a sound and meaning that is immediately recognizable as all their own. The band is comprised of Egor Shkutko, who sings the Russian lyrics in his deep monotone, Roman Komogortsev on guitar, synths, and drum machine, and Pavel Kozlov on bass and synths. (Sacred Bones Records)
  • ΠΡΟΠΑΡΑΓΓΕΛΙΑ: ΔΙΑΘΕΣΙΜΟ ΑΠΟ 16 ΝΟΕΜΒΡΙΟΥ 2020 Monument is a fitting title for the third album by Belarusian trio Molchat Doma. Indeed, it stands as a monument to everything they’ve achieved in their short time as a band, from whispered-about unknowns, to enigmatic underground icons, to legitimate viral sensations with hundreds of thousands of TikTok videos using their music. Monument sees them return as conquering heroes, expanding on the minimalist greatness of S Krysh Nashikh Domov and Etazhi to fully realize a more maximalist vision of their crystalline post-punk sound. Written and recorded while the band was quarantined in their hometown of Minsk during the COVID-19 pandemic, Monument is a conscious step up in songwriting and fidelity, and it reveals a band preternaturally comfortable in its own skin. Whether playing to the dancefloor, as they do on the synthpop anthem “Discoteque,” or working more introspectively on pre-pandemic live favorites “Otveta Net” and “Ne Smeshno,” Molchat Doma are in complete control. Their greatest strength has always been their songwriting, and they’ve only gotten better. As the band’s arrangements have grown more sophisticated, so too have the sounds they use to bring them to life. Roman Komogortsev and Pavel Kozlov’s gear arsenal has grown to include an extensive range of synthesizers and drum machines, all of which they deploy with precision. Egor Shkutko’s vocals move fluidly between his familiar deadpan monotone and an expressive croon, his beautifully delivered Russian lyrics at turns bleak and romantic. Shkutko has often been compared to Ian Curtis, but here, he outgrows the comparison. With Monument, Molchat Doma have done one of the hardest things to do as a band. They’ve greatly expanded the scope of their music while retaining everything that made them great in the first place. Black or Blue vinyl. (Sacred Bones Records)
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    And here we have another reissue of Sweden's MOB 47 debut 7". Previously reissued via Havoc Records (USA) now as European reissue via Insane Society. Classic Swedish hardcore punk from 1984. Nine fast and angry songs! Hand screened cover + insert. This time w/Uproar cover artwork. (Insane Society Records)
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    Glenn and the gang at the On Broadway in San Francisco in 1981 on the A side, plus the full 'Why Be Something You're Not' TV show, recorded live in Detroit, 1983. Classic Misfits, a must for the fans! (Mind Control Records)
  • Broadcast live on WCBN radio in 1983, on their US tour, appearing at The University of Michigan’s Union Ballroom, this is Danzig and crew at the peak of their raw and visceral talents, in the classic lineup. Featuring tracks from their first two LPs, this is absolutely shredding, no holds barred essential early Misfits. Tracklist A1 Intro A2 I Turned Into A Martian A3 Skulls A4 All Hell Breaks Loose A5 Mommy, Can I Go Out And Kill Tonight? A6 London Dungeon A7 Horror Hotel A8 Ghoul's Night Out A9 Wolfs Blood A10 Last Caress A11 Demonomania A12 Devil's Whorehouse B1 Horror Business B2 Astro Zombies B3 Violent World B4 Hate Breeders B5 Who Killed Marylin? B6 Nike A Go-Go B7 Attitude B8 Night Of The Living Dead B9 Vampira B10 Devilock (Mind 740/Unofficial Release)  
  • This is a pretty good fanclub release that I've never seen around. All the songs are in chronological order and the insert shows all the original singles artwork. Tracks A1 & A2 originally from the Cough / Cool 7" Tracks A3 to A6 originally from the Bullet 7" Tracks A7 to A9 originally from the Horror Business 7" Tracks A10 to A12 originally from the Night Of The Living Dead 7" Tracks B13 to B14 originally from the Halloween 7" Tracks B15 & B17 originally from the 3 Hits From Hell 7" Tracks B18 to B20 originally from the Die Die My Darling 12" Track B21 from the unreleased Teenagers From Mars 7" Track B22 from the unreleased Who Killed Marilyn? 12" Track B23 from the Beware 12" (Fan Club/Unofficial Release) https://youtu.be/N__rhKw2UHU