• Puke n Vomit Records brings you another lost and underappreciated Punk/New Wave nugget from yesteryear. This time around you get yet another slice of awesome early Bay Area punk. The Cosmetics were a short lived band featuring Jane Weems of the Maggots and VS. on drums, this LP contains their sought after obscure 10" EP from 1980 and their only demo. If you dig fierce arty outsider punk this is for you. For fans of The Avengers, Lou Reed, Weirdos, The Randoms, Alley Cats, The Dils, The Brat, Jane. (Puke n Vomit Records)  
  • "Se Hace por los Suenos Asesinos" is probably the most sought-after Corrupted album. Released back in 2004 through Japan's HG Fact label, in an initial run of 1000 copies (which sold out within the first week!), this cult album has never been repressed ever since. - With more than 300 people wanting this on Discogs alone, and prices going from 45 up to 100 Eur, Corrupted and Throne decided it was time for a repress. Comes on 140gr. black vinyl, limited to 800 copies worldwide. 350gr. gatefold sleeve and polylined black-inked paper bags. Sealed "There isn't really a band that can compare to the deadly force of Corrupted. The easily disheartened should avoid the hopeless black sky blocking heaven's view that hovers over the opening track. The weak willed should stay out of the dark tsunami that consumes and destroys in the latter two. Listen at your own risk". — 4.5 / 5 "Superb" (Sputnikmusic) (Throne Records)
  • For decades, UK thrash metal has been the most underrated and overlooked member of the metal family. Criminally ignored, and considered secondary to its American, German and Brazilian equivalents, the genre has nevertheless continued to survive and thrive, rising from the ashes on more than one occasion. There can be no denying that the UK’s thrash scene has generated a wealth of amazing music, often in the face of adversity and apathy, and Contract In Blood tells the whole story – warts ‘n’ all. From humble DIY beginnings in backstreet pubs to misrepresentation in the music press and being misunderstood by major labels on the world stage and beyond… Featuring VENOM / ONSLAUGHT / SABBAT / EVILE / XENTRIX / SLAMMER / GAMA BOMB / ACID REIGN / RE- ANIMATOR / LAWNMOWER DETH / ENGLISH DOGS / MUTANT / VIRUS / D.A.M. / SACRILEGE / DEATHWISH / TORANAGA / WARFARE / PITIFUL REIGN / HYDRA VEIN / SHRAPNEL / HELLBASTARD / SYLOSIS / METAL MESSIAH / SSS / PURGATORY / SEND MORE PARAMEDICS / WARHAMMER / TORTOISE CORPSE / ANIHILATED / SUICIDE WATCH / CEREBRAL FIX / SEVENTH ANGEL / HOLOSADE / METAL DUCK / ATOMKRAFT / DECIMATOR / PENDEMIA / REIGN OF FURY / AMNESIA / OBLITERATION / DRUNKEN STATE / ADRENICIDE and over fifty more of the UK’s unsung metal anti-heroes, Contract In Blood is a classic underdog story, packed with hundreds of new and exclusive interviews, unseen photography and first-hand accounts of the scene, from artists spanning over thirty-five years of fast, aggressive and inescapable music. This is the definitive account of UK thrash. Critically acclaimed music historian Ian Glasper’s name has become synonymous with documenting the UK’s thriving, aggressive musical underground. His previous titles, ‘The Day The Country Died’, ‘Burning Britain’, ‘Trapped In A Scene’ and ‘Armed With Anger’ have all become cult classics, and the last words on their respective genres. From punk and anarcho-punk to hardcore, and now thrash metal, Ian’s work is renowned for its minute detail, his passion and knowledge and, most importantly, his deep immersion in the scene itself, ensuring unparalleled access to those who made the music.
     
    • Paperback | 650 pages
    • 156 x 234 x 33.02mm | 929.86g
    • 01 Sep 2018
    • Cherry Red Records
       
  • CONFLICT | conclusion | LP

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    Long-running U.K. anarcho punks Conflict hardly need an introduction. This is a reissue of their 1993 album which saw the band incorporating keyboards, synths, horns, and even some ska and death rock influences. While their previous albums It’s Time to See Who’s Who and Increase the Pressure were much more rooted in hardcore punk, Conclusion offers a more challenging listen with songs clocking in at over nine minutes, with spoken word and operatic song structures. It’s probably not what I would ever recommend as a go-to or classic (their previously mentioned first two records are where I’d start with) but twenty-four years later, this album still stands the test of time and holds up about as well as anything that came out that year. The unlisted final song is perhaps the band at its most ferocious and worth the price of admission alone. –Juan Espinosa (Papagájův Hlasatel Records)
  • Well, after a slew of 7” offerings, Perth’s Cold Meat have finally hit us with a full length record. Much like their last few releases they’ve taken an amped up approach to 70s PUNK but this time round they offer ever so slightly more diversity. Ten tracks clocking in at just over 23 minutes and cut at 45rpm for maximum volume. Get hot and flustered. Artwork by Jennifer Calandra Recorded and mixed by Al Smith Mastered by Daniel Husayn at North London Bomb Factory. “Agh! A fresh chop from the large dusty burning murder island: Cold is the Meat to beat. Perth’s finest flesh purveyors have upped their naughty game here across ten tracks of gleefully haughty punk. Hot and Flustered is somehow at once extremely camp and deadly serious. Ashley’s vengeful, elastic rasp smears menses down the screwfaces of vacuous tastemakers, climate change deniers, perennial street perverts, and of course, ZZ top fans. There’s some surprisingly poignant forays into melody (Beach Photography) and a good grip of sudden tempo fuckery to keep us well and truly hooked. Their signature chubby and defiant riffs under snarky bouncing toms formula extends well to the album form, creating a timely reminder that hate and fear are more than reasonable responses to our hell predicament. Let’s take comfort in collective ridicule. When it’s too hot to pogo because the sky is on fire, Cold Meat will let us writhe around in the dirt like the little piggies we are.” Bryony Beynon (Static Shock Records) https://staticshockrecords.bandcamp.com/album/hot-and-flustered
  • COKE BUST | confined | LP

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    Washington DC's COKE BUST deliver nine more raging blasts of full on hardcore in its rawest and most primal form. "Confined," the band's latest release on Grave Mistake since 2011's "Degradation" EP, is their most intense work to date; which says a lot considering the sheer ferocity of the band's previous output. This is no surprise however, considering Coke Bust have spent the past seven years of their existence refusing to rest on their laurels; constantly refining their style and successfully outdoing themselves with each release. For the unacquainted, Coke Bust deliver their own brand of no frills fast hardcore, taking cues from bands like SIEGE, INFEST, and YOUTH OF TODAY. Fully embracing the "less is more" philosophy, the fat has been completely trimmed on "Confined," leaving nothing but prime cut at 45 revolutions per minute. (Refuse Records) https://refuserecords.bandcamp.com/album/confined-12
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    Long awaited vinyl reissue for one of the hidden gems of California punk rock. Sick Pleasure formed in 1980 when guitarist Michael Fox, future co-owner of San Francisco's legendary punk and industrial label Subterranean, teamed up with skaters Sal Paradise and Dave Chavez, and the infamous Nikki Sicki. The band lasted until 1982 when it just "wasn't fun anymore". At this point, Sick Pleasure had no material on wax and it seemed as if they would have gone down in history as another forgotten band of the hardcore era. The three members aside from Nikki went on to form Code Of Honor and Nikki went on to form Verbal Abuse in Houston. This was in late 1981, when Michael Fox's new roommate Jonhitin Christ, also the singer in the SF punk band Society Dog, stepped in on vocals and formed Code Of Honor. In later 1982, after Code Of Honor had established themselves, they released a split record featuring songs by both bands. Fully authorized by the original label and by founding member for both bands, Sal Paradise, finally you get an affordable alternative to fill in that void in your California punk record collection. (Radiation Records)
  • DELUXE VINYL EDITION! White vinyl. "The Power and the Glory" is the third studio album by Punk/Oi! Legends Cockney Rejects, originally released in 1981. Quite a departure from their original Oi! sound, this is an Oi!/hard rock crossover album, complete with an acoustic ballad, keyboards and an overall rock, perhaps even verging on traditional metal sound.  (Let The Eat Vinyl)  
  • DELUXE VINYL EDITION!!! "Greatest Hits Vol. 2" is the second album by the Punk/Oi! legends Cockney Rejects, originally released in 1980. Despite the title, it is not a greatest hits compilation. Cockney Rejects spawned a punk sungenre, and that subgenre is Oi- the dirty, ugly, and more politically charged troublesome cousin of punk. This album is the essence of it- sloppy, catchy riffs that are accompanied by pummeling bass lines, steady but uncapable drumming, and punky vocal wailing which sounds like a more polished Johnny Rotten. Tracks 1-14 originally released in 1980 on the LP of the same name by EMI Records (UK) (ZONO 102). Tracks 15-19 originally released on 7" singles. (Let The Eat Vinyl)  
  • DELUXE VINYL EDITION!!! "Greatest Hits Vol. 1" is the first album by the Punk/Oi! legends Cockney Rejects, originally released in 1980. Despite the title, it is not a greatest hits compilation. Though they didn’t get around to (allegedly) naming the genre of Oi! until their second album, working class football hooligans Cockney Rejects went a long way towards defining the sound. The raw street punk on the cheekily titled "Greatest Hits Vol. 1" dismisses English punk’s art-schooled class of ‘77 to embrace the everyday Brit who drinks a pint or two while watching his favorite football team. (Let The Eat Vinyl)  
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    Aggressive, furious, and on the flip side, incredibly validating thrashy politically charged Hardcore Punk. I've been waiting for this album for a while and it blew my expectations out of the water. One of the best Punk releases of 2019, no question. Favorite track: Trans is Beautiful. Doing time in more bands than need be mentioned, CLITERATI is made up of four friends who’ve been churning out punk, power violence, grind, and death metal for much of their lives. Influenced by everything from Bolt Thrower and L7 to Doom and Necrot, together these lifelong extreme music fans spew forth a distinctly riotous brand of unforgiving/unforgettable d-beat/thrash crust. Over a year in the making, Ugly Truths / Beautiful Lies is a ripping fifteen-track/thirty-two-minute socio-political exposé on the USA’s divisive administration with humor and quick wit. Having performed over a hundred shows in that time, test driving many of the tracks live, CLITERATI is sharper and more ravenous than ever before. Ugly Truths / Beautiful Lies was recorded by longtime comrade Greg Wilkinson (Necrot, High On Fire) and mastered by Joel Grind (Toxic Holocaust, Power Trip) with cover art by legendary Japanese artist Sugi (Doom, Death Side, Hellshock) whose illustration reflects a personal interpretation of Ugly Truths / Beautiful Lies’ title track. (Tankcrimes Records) https://downloads.tankcrimes.com/album/ugly-truths-beautiful-lies
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    Furious and raw Hardcore from one of the most infamous and legendary bands to emerge from Southern California. Circle One was formed in Pico Rivera, California in 1980, from the start they brought it 'full throttle', playing with all the cool bands like Black Flag,Wasted Youth,Circle Jerks and Bad Brains.. They made a name for themselves with their impassioned lyrics about teen angst and alienation and with the larger than life presence of lead singer John Macies they quickly became favorites of the younger crowd. This LP from Puke n Vomit Records rounds up their sought after pre-Pattern Of Force demos from 1980 and 1981 along with rare comp tracks, officially available for the first time on vinyl. (Puke n Vomit Records)
  • Legendary L.A. hardcore punk band the Circle Jerks change their approach a bit on their major-label debut, Oddities, Abnormalities and Curiosities. The album contains 12 songs that lean more toward a punk-inspired hard rock approach than their earlier hardcore sound. The tracks on this effort are also longer than many of their earlier recordings. Compared to their early classic “In Your Eyes,” which runs all of 46 seconds, “Sinking Ship,” at three minutes and 48 seconds, is practically an epic. This may be a change of pace, but it isn’t necessarily a bad thing. This set still displays plenty of the trademarks that make the Circle Jerks so endearing, including Keith Morris’ distinct howling vocal style, Greg Hetson’s great guitar work, and their unmistakable sense of humor. Nowhere on this album, or possibly in the band’s entire career, has their sense of humor been so prominently on display than on their cover of the Soft Boys’ “I Wanna Destroy You,” which features guest vocals by none other than former teen queen Debbie Gibson. This collaboration is not only brilliant but could only be pulled off by the Circle Jerks. “22,” “Teenage Electric,” and “Fable” are straightforward rockers that set the tone for rest of the album. Although the mainstream sound and more polished production may alienate a few early fans who are looking for something more hardcore, this is an excellent hard rock album with few weak spots along the way. (Vacant Records)
  • The debut full length from London's loudest. Wall to wall speedy punk bordering on the recklessness of Motorhead, the single mindedness of the Kids, the streetwise panache of Cockney Rejects, and the occasional curveball pasted in to keep us all surprised. This LP is timeless vernacular perfection peppered with misleadingly obvious displays of brashness aching their way into the hallways of surprising musical channels. "Can't Tell Me Nothing" could have been on a Rip Off Records 7" from 20 years ago, "Trouble" - a love song to Chubby's one true muse: being naughty - is like an ironed and overdriven Wreckless Eric, "Grenfell Forever" is taken from the empty glass of the Billy Bragg back catalogue. All that alongside the sneering eternity of "All Along the Uxbridge Road," the Hammond Organ smeared "Bruce Grove Bullies" -- it will all have you reaching for your London A to Z and trying your hardest not to spill your pint. (Jonah Falco) (Static Shock Records) https://staticshockrecords.bandcamp.com/album/speed-kills
  • Sludge/noise/post-hardcore trio from Athens, Greece. (Body Blows Records / Sweetohm Recordings / Nothing To Harvest Records) https://chronoboros.bandcamp.com/album/the-mass-saw-acres-of-chain
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    Limited repress on Restless Empire. Gold vinyl. Only Theatre of Pain is the debut studio album by American rock band Christian Death, released in March 24, 1982 by record label Frontier. The album was produced by Christian Death and Thom Wilson. It is considered by most critics to be the harbinger of deathrock.
    (Restless Empire Records)

  • The Chosen Few were an Australian punk band which formed in 1978. 12" ep re-issue of classic 1978 Australian punk 7".
    (Going Underground Records)
  • Raw political punk from the streets of Athens in the vein of Adiexodo, Kuro and Varaus! Includes a double-sided insert and poster. Recorded and mixed at Ignite studio (Athens). Mastered by Dan Randall (Mammoth Sound Mastering). Artwork by Drop Virus.
    (Self Released)

  • CHELSEA formed in 1976 by singer Gene October. He kept the band alive with a harder political edge while three of the four original band members went on to found GENERATION X. This compilation contains 14 tracks taken off their early singles 7". It includes Punk classics like “War Across The Nation”,  “Urban Kids”, “Evacuate”, and “Right To Work”, the band's debut single, which is still considered as one of the best punk rock singles of all time. CHELSEA is one of englands Punk’s founding fathers. (Restless Empire Records)  
  • CHARLES BRONSON | T-shirt

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    Gildan heavy cotton t-shirt 100% cotton. All the water-based inks we use for screenprints have an eco-passport verification. Every stamp and logo is hand pulled silk screen print.
  • Hailing from Beith, Scotland, Chaotic Youth are still one of the best kept secrets of 80’s uk punk. Their long out of print and extremely rare E.P. from 1982, “Sad Society”, is an abrasive gem of pure UK82 sound… raw, angry, mean and catchy in all the right proportions, the powerful testament of a band that broke up too soon, disappearing not long after its release. It finally gets a well-deserved first vinyl reissue here, gathered with the tracks the band released in two compilations, ‘A Country Fit For Heroes’ and ‘Total Anarchy’ and making it the definitive collection of a great band that could stand proud next to the big names. 7 tracks of pure and glorious Uk82 mayhem! (Vomitopunkrock Records) https://vomitopunkrock.bandcamp.com/album/chaotic-youth-sad-society-e-p
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    CHAOS Z was a german hardcore-punk band from Stuttgart. They were founded in 1980 and renamed 1983 in FLIEHENDE STÜRME. However, in 1995 another album, "45 jahre ohne bewährung", was released. The band's style was raw and very dismal. CHAOS Z was one of the most influential early german hardcore bands ever. Comes in gatefold sleeve. Lyrics on the inside of gatefold. This double vinyl compiles the following releases. Tracks A1 - B4 taken from Ohne Gnade album (1982 ROR) Tracks B5 - B9 taken from Abmarsch 7" EP (1981 Mülleimer Records) Tracks C1 - C3 taken from Various - Underground Hits 1 compilation ( (1982 AGR) Tracks C4 - C7 taken from Various - Ultra Hardcore Power compilation (1983 Mülleimer Records) Tracks C8 - D10 taken from "Chaos Z - Demo MC" (1980) (Major Labels)
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    Originally released on RIOT CITY RECORDS in 1983. This is a re-issue from Czech label PHR Records in 2016. Contains printed innersleeve with band informations and photos.
    (Papagájův Hlasatel Records)
  • Athen’s CHAIN CULT return with their first full length following a great Demo and 7” from last year. Recorded at Ignite Music by George Christoforidis during May and July of 2019, Shallow Grave shows the progression of a band who have played non-stop for two years, covering pretty much all of Europe. CHAIN CULT’s post punk is anthemic, militant and idealistic, putting music to a very dark and bleak time and place. You can hear echoes of early THE CURE, THE SOUND, Second Empire Justice era BLITZ or WIPERS in their music but also the passion and conviction of locals METRO DECAY, STRESS or ANTI… Very much a perfect reflection of what springs to mind thinking about the current Athens scene.

    Shallow Grave comes housed in a reverse board sleeve including a printed inner sleeve with lyrics, all  designed by CHAIN CULT’s collaborator Aris Panagopoulos of A.D. Visions. (La Vida Es Un Mus Records) https://lavidaesunmus.bandcamp.com/album/shallow-grave-lp