• 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
  • MISERY/S.D.S. | split | LP

    21.00 incl. tax
    An anarcho-punk classic available again for the first time in 27 years. Authorized, remastered and released in cooperation with both bands and MCR Japan. Misery were long-serving black and white punk grinders from Minneapolis; S.D.S. were Antisect influenced hardcore-protest-punk from Japan. (Profane Existence Records) https://profaneexistence.bandcamp.com/album/misery-s-d-s-split-lp
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    MISANTROPIC are back. You know what to expect: fast d-beat and double bass drums, metallic thrashing punked up riffs, bulldozing bass lines and angry pissed off vocals. A hardcore holocaust. (Scream Records/Insane Society Records/Halvfabrikat Records)  
  • Fantastic sound that was taken from soundbourard cassetees and mastered for vinyl in Sweden. 29 songs of early harD.C.ore punk from nations capitol. Limited to 200 copies with double -sided insert & sticker. Nice thick covers and heavy vinyl. Side A - Live at the 9:30 Club, D.C., 4-29-82 Side B - Live at Wilson Center 4-30-82 (Flex Your Head Records/Unofficial)
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    Tracks 1-8 are from the 1st MINOR THREAT 7" (1981) . Tracks 9-12 are from the "in my eyes" 7" (1981) plus one track from "flex your head" compilation. This is one of the best LP's you can get. Hardcore at it's finest. If you are into any kind of hardcore you should definetly look into MINOR THREAT. MINOR THREAT was one of the most influential bands from the 80's D.C. hardcore scene and this album proves it. Every song is inventive, original, and can stand on its own as a punk classic. This vinyl (on 45rpm) was remastered and re-cut, features an album sleeve re-design from the original artwork and comes with a digital download card. (Dischord Records)    
  • Tracks 1-8 are from the 1st MINOR THREAT 7" (1981) . Tracks 9-12 are from the "in my eyes" 7" (1981) plus one track from "flex your head" compilation. This is one of the best LP's you can get. Hardcore at it's finest. If you are into any kind of hardcore you should definetly look into MINOR THREAT. MINOR THREAT was one of the most influential bands from the 80's D.C. hardcore scene and this album proves it. Every song is inventive, original, and can stand on its own as a punk classic. This vinyl (on 45rpm) was remastered and re-cut, features an album sleeve re-design from the original artwork and comes with a digital download card. (Dischord Records)    
  • Salad Days is the final EP by the American hardcore punk band Minor Threat. It was released in July 1985, two years after the band's breakup, through Dischord Records with the catalog number DIS 015. The EP differs somewhat from the band's previous material. All songs are slower, making a slight departure from the group's hardcore punk style. Tracks "Good Guys" (a remake of The Standells' song "Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White") and "Salad Days" both feature an acoustic guitar, and "Salad Days" also has chimes. (Dischord Records)    
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    Out of Step is the sole studio album by American hardcore punk band Minor Threat. It was released on 45 RPM vinyl in April 1983 through Dischord Records. Along with the fellow Washington D.C. hardcore band BAD BRAINS, MINOR THREAT set the standard for many hardcore-punk bands in the '80s. Where the lyrics on their early 7"s were an outlet for Ian's message, the lyrics on "out of step" deal mainly with friendships. MINOR THREAT is without a doubt one of the most influential hardcore bands ever. Every song is inventive, original, and can stand on its own as a punk classic. This vinyl (on 45rpm) was remastered and re-cut, features an album sleeve re-design from the original artwork and comes with a digital download card. (Dischord Records)  
  • Minor Threat's first demo tape, recorded in February and March of 1981 at Inner Ear Studios with Skip Groff and Don Zientara. (Dischord Records) https://minorthreat.bandcamp.com/album/first-demo-tape    
  • Psalm 69: The Way to Succeed and the Way to Suck Eggs (or as simply referred to as Psalm 69) is the common title for the fifth studio album by industrial metal band Ministry, released in 1992 on Sire Records. The actual title of the album is ΚΕΦΑΛΗΞΘ, which is made up of κεφαλή (kephal), a Greek word meaning "head", and ΞΘ, the number 69 in Greek numerals. The title Psalm 69 is used for simplicity's sake. The album gave Ministry a more mainstream audience, with the track "Jesus Built My Hotrod" receiving major airplay on MTV and various other music stations. Psalm 69 also marked Ministry's first release with guitarist Mike Scaccia, who was recruited by band frontman and founder Al Jourgensen in 1989. Sealed brand new 180 gram vinyl, issued with a printed inner sleeve with credits. (Sire Records/Rhino Records/2011)
  • MINIMA | same title | LP

    17.00 incl. tax
    The first album by Minima, a new band comprising of members of No, Una Bestia Incontrolable, Snor and Barcelona is full of the kind of choice punk you'd expect of such a pedigree: jabbing riffs thrumming out, buzzed up with an insistent pull, clipped clattering beats pinning it down, vocals delivered with a potent snarl, accusatory and savage. From fizzing pogo of 'Adolescente', to 'Cicatriz's threatening hum, the whole album strikes a sharp balance between the big-riffing hardcore of someone like Glue or Nekra, and the Catalan / Spanish primitive-punk lineage that runs from Qloaqa Letal to dirt-raw rippers Pinen. (Joe Briggs) (Static Shock Records)
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    Diehard transparent red vinyl limited to 100 copies. Total Metal/Punk armageddon from this current-day Japanese terrorsquad! Their 2nd full length album for the first time on vinyl. Get ready for a vicious orgy of metallic Hardcore savagery exploding through incendiary riffs, epic GISM-flavored solos and rabid vocals. A must have for fans of GISM, DEAD ARMYS, THE SEXUAL and PARASITE! Their debut CD "Metal Punk Ironfist" was undoubtedly a good surprise, but when we first played "Blood for freedom" we had no exitation in asking them if we could put it out on vinyl, it absolutely shreds! Comes with OBI strip and insert including lyrics and band photos. (F.O.A.D. Records)
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    Grey marbled vinyl. "Rebirth By Blasphemy' is a rebirth," states Midnight's sole driving force, Athenar. "It's a change in life and it's a rebirth of doing whatever the fuck you want and seeing what happens after that. It's about saying yes, taking opportunities, taking a fucking chance." These sentiments are backed up by the notorious - and prolific - underground band's trademark blend of speed metal, black metal and punk rock, sounding both fuller and more raucous than ever before. "Overall, I would say the sound is pretty vicious, vicious but I keep things hooky, and that's what I like it to be. I want to still keep it raw but at the same time I wanted this record to be a little more hi-fi, which was my only plan when I started making it."

    Dating back to the band's inception in 2002, vocalist/guitarist/bassist/drummer Athenar has always known exactly what he wanted Midnight to be, and over the course of countless demos, EPs, compilations, splits and three full-lengths he has stayed true to his roots. Building up a strong reputation and a rabid following in the underground, Midnight's most recent opus, 2017's Sweet Death And Ecstasy, stood as their most accomplished work to date. "Looking back on that record I think it's a fantastic piece of work, really. It's pretty varied, it has a nice bookend front and back song. I think the lyrics are thought provoking, and I think it'll be a pretty important piece of work over time, up there with the Mona Lisa." Making the jump to Metal Blade Records did not mean any change in the way Athenar went about making Midnight records. "I never really thought about writing a follow up to 'Sweet Death'. If a song comes it comes and where it goes is wherever it goes, but nothing is ever really intended as 'this song will be on the new album'." There is also no denying that, like its predecessors, Rebirth By Blasphemy is a ruthlessly catchy collection, every song, vicious as they are, wielding the kind of hooks that sink deep and don't let go, and this too came naturally. "There's no real intent. I think a rock song in general should be catchy, so if someone thinks it's catchy that's a good thing. If they don't think it's catchy then they probably don't have ears." While the likes of opener "Fucking Speed And Darkness", "Escape The Grave" and "Warning From The Reaper" are all d-beat-driven thrashers, they don't lack when it comes to hooks, and "Rising Scum", built on a titanic stomping beat, reins in the speed but is easily one of the standout tracks on the record, Athenar referring to it as being "quite 1979 Priest-like, just with its drum and vocal."

    When it came to penning lyrics for the record, Athenar's perspective shifted over the course of the writing process. "I would say I started out in a very positive frame of mind. One of the first tunes written was 'Escape The Grave', and from there I went on the positive path - and then it turned negative by the end of the album. The title track is very negative lyrically, so I ended it again with complete and utter disgust for humans in general, but then you want that to come out of you. Just like you take a poop and you take a pee, you want the rotten shit to come out of your body, because if you keep the rotten shit in your body, it'll rot you internally." Handling every instrument himself and being quite unfussy when it comes to production typically means that the recording process is a straightforward one for Midnight, and this time was no different. Staying in his home town of Cleveland he opted to record at Mercenary Studios with the assistance of Noah Buchanan, laying the drums down in a day, the guitars in a little more than that, bass in a few hours and then tracking the vocals to two or three songs a day, depending on how his voice was holding up. "I think there's really no production value on the album, it's really just get in there, press record and see what happens. Maybe you can tell that the sessions went pretty quickly when you listen to it. There are so called mistakes, of course, but I wouldn't have it any other way." He also wouldn't have it any other way when it comes to touring this latest collection hard, with a lot of dates with a variety of bands already locked down. "It's the rebirth, it's saying fuck it and getting out there and doing what you're supposed to do, and we're supposed to play music. If people want to damage their ears by listening to it that's welcomed." (Metal Blade Records)

  • Media Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+) Sleeve Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+) After the Fact is the final M.I.A. album, originally released on Flipside Records. M.I.A. formed as a hardcore band in Las Vegas in 1980 and began to find their place and sound once they moved to Orange County, CA in 1981. (Weird System Records/1997)  
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    Killer 1989 Live FM Broadcast On Double LP! Metallica became huge stars following the August 1988 release of And Justice For All. The following month they embarked on the mammoth Damaged Justice world tour. This remarkable show captures them in ferocious form, performing many of their best-loved songs, a perfect heavy metal live show from the band's creative peak! Killer live broadcast on beautiful 2LP in glorious remastered sound quality. Features: • Double LP • Remastered • Live FM broadcast Selections: Side A: 1. Blackened 2. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) 3. Leper Messiah 4. Harvester Of Sorrow Side B: 1. For Whom The Bell Tolls 2. Eye Of The Beholder 3. Master Of Puppets 4. One Side C: 1. Seek And Destroy 2. And Justice For All 3. Creeping Death Side D: 1. Fade To Black 2. Battery 3. Medley 4. Last Caress 5. Am I Evil (Mind Controll Records)
  • Available in 2 different versions: - Diehard beer yellow vinyl with blood-red splattering ltd. to 150 copies. - Solid black vinyl limited to 350 copies. Complete discography of these grim and aggressive Japanese Death Metal lunatics! Formed in Tokyo in 1987 on the ashes of Criminal Christ, MESSIAH DEATH stand among the earliest acts to raise the unholy flag of Death Metal in their country along with a handful of bands such as Crucifixion, Beleth, Vexation… considering that Necrophile and Transgressor started a bit later. Their style was originally inspired by classics like Possessed, Death, Slayer but gradually escalated to a much rawer and aggressive Death-thrashing onslaught with echoes of bands like Massacre (US), Morbid Angel, Nihilist combined to influences from the South American school of Mutilator, early Sepultura, Vulcano and so on. This double LP includes the band’s most complete discography to date, with even more tracks than the now hard to find CD collection released in 2013. Contents: – “Gore of the crucifix” Demo (1987) – “Immortal kingdom” Demo (1988) – “Invocated unholy souls” Demo (1989) – “Live at Explosion Rock House, Tokyo” (1988) – BONUS out takes and unreleased versions. Audio restored from the original band’s sources and specially mastered for vinyl. Gatefold sleeve and MASSIVE full colored booklet including a wide selection of photos, memorabilia, original art, historical notes and lyrics!! Intense, flesh-ripping old school Death Metal at the rawest form! Watch the trailer HERE (F.O.A.D. Records)  
  • Gluey Porch Treatments is the debut album by the Melvins. The album was released in 1987 through Alchemy Records. (Unofficial Release)
  • Limited vinyl LP repressing of the classic 1969 debut album from the Garage Rock icons. (Rhino Records)
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    Pure Fucking Armageddon demo was the first release ever from Mayhem. It’s hated. It’s despised. It’s pissed upon by everyone who claims that they know what black metal really is. Yes, this initial demo is universally brought down as a useless, terrible racket. But wait! Isn’t that what they said about Venom? About Motorhead? About Sabbath? Hell, they said that about Elvis. The point is, on this recording is the very essence of three teenage metalheads trying their damnedest to achieve what metal really is. And by Satan, they did it. Yes, the production (or lack of) is horrific. Yes, the playing probably isnt all that great. Yes, Euronymous was an absolutely horrible vocalist. Does any of this matter? To some, yes it will matter, but the trick to this demo is to look past the production (and Euro’s vocals), and at the music itself. Which, for its time is amazingly aggressive and showcases some of the best Mayhem riffs in their history? Not only that, but two out of the three full songs on here (excluding the intro and Mayhem) still appear in Mayhem’s live set. What Euronymous, Necrobutcher and Messiah made here is an absolute classic, and one of the first releases from the just starting Norwegian black metal scene. It actually contains two separate recordings, the Voice Of A Tortured Skull demo (tracks 1-5) and a rehearsal afterwards (tracks 6-9). It’s kind of ironic that the rehearsal sounds clearer (and better) than the actual proper recordings. Track listing: 1. Voice Of A Tortured Skull 2. Carnage 3. Ghoul 4. Black Metal-Venom cover 5. Pure Fucking Armageddon 6. Mayhem-instrumental rehearsal 7. Ghoul-instrumental rehearsal 8. Pure Fucking Armageddon-instrumental rehearsal 9. Carnage-instrumental rehearsal (Die hard Records/Unofficial)
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    Named after the 1950's secret political action from Kenya, and inspired by a U.S. Hardcore act of the same name, Sheffield's Mau Maus formed after leaving school in late '79. They made their live debut in 1981 supporting the Angelic Upstarts, apparently on the proviso that they dropped their abysmal rendition of 'Liddle Towers'. They started gigging in London in 1982 and played with such luminaries as the Upstarts, Urban Dogs and Dead Kennedys. Signing to Marcus Featherby's Pax Records they recorded and released a handful of punchy, fast-moving EP's that saw them achieve considerable success in punk circles, and in 1983 they went on tour with Pax labelmates The Exploited. Unfortunately, at the end of the tour bassist Bunny collapsed on stage and was later diagnosed with cancer. They carried on with a new bassist and started their own label, Rebellion, releasing another single (Tear Down The Walls E.P.) and finally their debut studio LP, Fear No Evil (they actually made their LP debut in 1983 with Live At The Marples). Popularity now on the wane, their last recording saw the addition of a second guitarist and the return of Bunny. Nowhere To Run did nothing and, in 1986, they packed it in. LP compiling their singles.
    (Sealed Records)

  • Master is Death Metal personified! "Command your fate: the demo collection", a compilation of rare tracks from the originators of Death Metal! Clear blue/black marbled vinyl, limited to 100. Tracklist: Follow Your Savior (EP 2001) 1. Command Your Fate 2. Let's Start A War 3. Follow Your Savior Everything Is Rotten (Demo 2005) 4. The Line To Kill 5. He'll Probably Win 6. Lined Up And Punished 7. Everything Is Rotten Final Word (Demo 1995) 8. Where Are You Now 9. The Final Word 10. Prepare For The Fall (Animate Records)
  • "This war will be won by meat eaters" consists 27 songs of hyper pissed Swedish hardcore-thrash, including a LIMP WRIST cover-version. Few bands can match MASSGRAV’s level of intensity. This is fucking great - totally shredding, intense Swedish hardcore that barely pauses to catch its breath. Just go, go, go! CD includes the "stampa takten alla bokstavsbarn" 7" as a bonus. It doesn’t get any more raging than this! (Sound Pollution Records)
  • Media Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+) Sleeve Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+) (Vinyl Solution Records/1989)
  • https://cvltnation.com/masquerades-blood-is-the-new-black-ep-review-exclusive-stream/ (Mass Media Records)
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    "Finally a new record from this awesome band from Cleveland! Close your eyes and imagine that His Hero is Gone and Amebix got together and had a child… got it? Ok, now imagine that that child grows up in a dank room full of teenage angst, listening to nothing but Death Side and Disfear records until he is 21 years-old. Now open your eyes and what you have is Masakari, a crust punk band from Cleveland, Ohio.” (Southern Lord Recordings)