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    In 1997 the hardcore scene was in dire need of a sense of humor. Four Vegan Straightedge dudes from Washington, D.C. (where it all began) stepped up to the challenge. Good Clean Fun was formed. They set out on a three-year non-stop tour to spread positivism to the whole planet as only hardcore band can do. Two 7”s and two full-lengths later and shows in 35 countries, from Austria to Australia, from New England to England, from the beaches of Hawaii to the fjords of Norway (and so on) the message was delivered. In 2002, the band returned home and released a Discography CD on Equal Vision Records. In 2004 the band stayed true to its word and did a reunion […] Last Exit Music proudly presents: The GCF compilation "Crouching Tiger, Moshing Panda" for the first time on vinyl! Track 1 - 10 taken from different 7"s, unreleased or whatever. Track 11 - 17 taken from "Shawn King Can Suck It" (2001) (Last Exit Records)
  • Limited repress, 500 copies on black vinyl. One of the most remarkable punk rock groups to emerge out of Denmark, Gorilla Angreb’s active career lasted from the turn of the century to 2007, but they’ve been sporadically getting back together. Svart Records are proud to present an expanded reissue of their complete recorded works. Even though they perform in Danish, Gorilla Angreb found unlikely global success and played long tours all over the globe. The music is melodic old fashioned energetic punk rock with a slight garage rock touch to it, with female vocals that have often been compared to the Californian classic punk group X. (Svart Records) Tracks 1-5 released as "Bedre Tider" 12'' Track 6 released as split 7" with Lokum Tracks 7-10 released as "self-titled" 7" Tracks 11-12 released as "long island b/w supersyn" 7" Tracks 13-17 released as "aborted 2000" 7" (Svart Records)
  • GORILLA BISCUITS' "start today" is one of the most influential records in hardcore. Hailing from NYC, GORILLA BISCUITS carved a niche within the New York scene. Blending the aggression and energy of bands like AGNOSTIC FRONT with a sense of melody likened to DAG NASTY, GORILLA BISCUITS still stands as a unique reference point for many hardcore bands that have come after them. This is an essential part of any record collection. Colored (blue) vinyl includes a digital download card. (Revelation Records)
  • GORILLA BISCUITS | T-shirt

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    Hand made high quality silk screen print. Gildan Heavy Cotton T-shirt. Όλα τα μελάνια υδατικής βάσης για εκτύπωση μεταξοτυπίας έχουν πιστοποίηση ECO-Passport. Κάθε στάμπα και λογότυπο αποτελούν χειροποίητη μεταξοτυπία. Ενδέχεται να υπάρχουν ελλείψεις σε κάποια από τα μεγέθη. Σε αυτή την περίπτωση θα σας ενημερώσουμε τηλεφωνικά ή με e-mail για τον χρόνο παράδοσής τους σε εμάς από τον προμηθευτή (συνήθως 3-5 εργάσιμες ημέρες). Κατόπιν παραγγελίας το σχέδιο είναι διαθέσιμο και σε μέγεθος XX-Large.
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    Photobook with pics from the 80's of 2Bad, The Vandals, Walter Elf, So Much Hate, Faith No More, Cro-Mags, Fugazi, Nomeansno, Henry Rollins Band, Bad Religion Accused, Alice Donut, Cirlce Jerks, False Prophets, Millions of Dead Cops, Henry Rollins, Rich Kids on Lsd and many more. Pics by Anne Ulrich, Comments by Lee Hollis. “Although these photos are indeed “documents” of days gone by, this is not a history book. Sure, you’ll get the chance to read about “the good (and bad) old days”, but it’s not my intention to give you a minute-by-minute account of the birth of European hardcore. I personally, just wanted to have fun with the whole project and maybe (piss a few people off) voice a few opinios. Remember, fun is important, opinions are part of life, and reader be warned: In my world, silliness is allowed” – Lee Hollis 112 pages, 27 x 20 cm, b/w Photography, Softcover, English Edition, Ventil Verlag,
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    At the end of 1982, Ian MacKaye entered the studio to record "government issue" and, in just one day, they came up with 20 tracks, most of them issued as the "boycott stabb" album. It has since been reissued on a number of different labels and formats, but after coming across the master tapes and hearing the songs that had been left off, Dischord thought it would be cool to release the complete session on a proper full-length. The vinyl was re-cut and re-mastered in 2010 and comes with a digital download card. (Dischord Records) https://governmentissue.bandcamp.com/album/boycott-stabb-complete-session
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    Self titled album from the Washington DC punk legends, originally released in 1986. Lovingly reissued on black vinyl by Dr Strange, (Dr. Strange Records)
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    WRWTFWW Records is very happy to reissue Swiss cult band Grauzone’s self-titled album in an expanded 40 Years Anniversary Edition packed with the original 1981 album plus 9 extra songs, as well as extensive liner notes by Swiss music historian Lurker Grand. The 19-track album is available as a double LP vinyl in heavy 350gsm sleeve and a digipack CD, both sourced from the original reels and put together under the supervision of band member and all around legend Stephan Eicher. The pioneering band from Bern (Switzerland) had a short-lived but highly-regarded career which birthed a cult discography that still fascinates and resonates today. Consisting of core members Martin Eicher, Stephan Eicher, and Marco Repetto, and on-and-off participants Christian GT Trüssel, Claudine Chirac, and Ingrid Berney, the elusive group broke new grounds in the early 80s, experimenting with punk and industrial music, early techno sounds, minimalism, new wave, pop, and various electronics. With an innovative and polished approach to design, visuals, performance, and all around style and philosophy on top of their superb music, the constantly transforming unit developed a whole experience - the Grauzone experience: wild and unpredictable, yet sophisticated and cohesive, or as Swiss music historian Lurker Grand would call it, "an Art band with a Punk attitude". Completely rejecting the music industry rules and refusing to play the game of promotion, touring, release schedules, and TV appearances even though they had a multi-platinum international hit with the song "Eisbär", the band quickly disintegrated in full convention-defying glory, leaving behind an inspiring music legacy for the world to discover and discover again, one generation after the other. This extended version of their debut (and only) album beautifully crystallizes the Grauzone miracle/accident - where pop and youthful experimentation meet at (new/cold/no) wave and industrial crossroads, and where classic hits ("Eisbär", "FILM 2", "Raum", "Träume Mit Mir", "Der Weg Zu Zweit"…) flawlessly mesh with unconventional deep cuts ("In Der Nacht", "Film 1", "Maikäfer Flieg"…). Very simply put: GOOD timeless music with an edge. Stephan Eicher went on to be, arguably, the most successful Swiss musician ever, with an international career extending from pop chanson to experimental escapades and collaborations with Moondog, artists Sophie Calle and Sylvie Fleury, and author Martin Suter among many other luminaries. Marco Repetto flourished as a techno and ambient producer, releasing multiple projects including releases on Aphex Twin’s Rephlex label. (WRWTFWW Records)
  • One of the best bands of DC’s infamous Revolution Summer. The Take it Back EP of 1986 was their pinnacle achievement, but tucked away before that seminal Dischord release was an earlier full-length album from the year before, released by an obscure DC label called R&B Records (it was later re-released by Dischord in 1990). Food For Tought is like the fresh-faced early 60’s pop recording to Take It Back’s late 60’s world-weary psychedelic implosion. A strong melodic streak runs through all their records, born perhaps as a reaction to the thuggish following of Iron Cross (two members of Gray Mater previously played in that band), but it’s especially apparent on this, their debut album: a clever grafting of hardcore speed with ear-pleasing pop harmonies, bashed-out with youthful exuberance. A break-up followed a year later, with members going on to play in Three and Ignition. (Dischord Records)
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    This vinyl album (on coloured vinyl) has been re-cut, re-issued and extended. The 12" LP now includes 4 extra tracks from the band's 1991 double seven inch Gray Matter officially formed in the summer of 1983 but Geoff Turner, Mark Haggerty and Dante Ferrando had been playing in bands since their early junior high school days. In 1983, Dante and Mark were playing in Iron Cross, but when when the band's image began to reflect it's violent supporters more than the members themselves, Dante quit. Soon after mark also left and the two reunited with Geoff and Steve Niles and started playing shows around Washington DC as Gray Matter. The band's first album Food for Thought was originally released on r&b records in 1985 while the members were still in high school. In 1986, Dischord records released the EP Take it Back. Shortly thereafter Mark left the band to go to college and the band broke up. Dante went on to play drums for Ignition and Geoff, Steve, and Mark reunited and formed the band Three, with Jeff Nelson from Minor Threat. Gray Matter reformed in the spring of 1990 and released a double seven inch in 1991 and the full-length, Thog, in 1992. (Dischord Records)
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    For its first new set of music since 2000's 'Warning', Green Day tears up the blueprint and comes up with something unexpected: a punk rock concept album built around elaborate melodies, odd tempo changes, and a collection of songs that freely reference classic rock warhorses like the Beatles and Pink Floyd. 'She's a Rebel' and 'St Jimmy' might sound like vintage Green Day, but the rest of the disc finds the northern California trio trying on a variety of different guises: 'Boulevard of Broken Dreams' is a cliche-strewn foo fighters-style power ballad; 'Extraordinary Girl' floats on indian strings; and the hushed 'Wake Me Up When September Ends' wouldn't sound entirely out of place on a Jessica Simpson record. It doesn't always work. 'Dearly Beloved' eerily resembles the Alarm's '68 Guns,' while the title track eerily resembles something Green Day has already done far too many times. but, overall, 'American Idiot' represents a massive step forward.2LP - Double gatefold sleeve. Features lyrics in the inner artwork. (Reprise Records)
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    GREEN DAY | dookie | LP

    21.00 incl. tax
    Dookie is the third studio album by American punk rock band Green Day, released on February 1, 1994, through Reprise Records. It was the band's first collaboration with producer Rob Cavallo and it's major record label debut. Dookie became a worldwide commercial success, peaking at #2 on the US Billboard 200 and charting in seven countries. The album helped propel Green Day, and even punk rock music into mainstream popularity. Dookie was certified Diamond by the Recording Industry Association of America for the shipment of 10 million copies. (Reprise Records/2008)
  • GREEN DAY | insomniac | LP

    20.00 incl. tax
    "Released in 1995, "Insomniac" was Green Day's second major label record, and their fourth album overall. This album follows in the footsteps of its predecessor "Dookie," but for some reason it just didn't have that kick like the aforementioned "Dookie" had. Released at a time when alt-rock was all the rage in the U.S., Green Day took the reigns and ran with them. Many people bashed this album for not being as good as their previous outings, but for my money, it's just as enjoyable as all their other records. The biggest difference is the absence of that one real killer track on the album that Green Day is so noted for. Granted I love "Brain Stew," "Jaded," "Geek Stink Breath" and "Walking Contradiction," but none of these rivals "Basket Case" and "Welcome to Paradise." To be honest though, it's tough to follow up a record like "Dookie." Many bands released amazing records and never followed them up with anything; at least Green Day has continued to pump out terrific albums to this day. Another no brainer on the Green Day front. No way hard rock fans will be disappointed, and for the rare chance that you're never heard a Green Day song, this album has some of their best work in my opinion. Great album all the way around." (Reprise Records/2017)
  • Between1994 to 2001, Green Day would visit the BBC’s Maida Vale Studios in London four times and record live sessions for Radio 1’s “Evening Show” and its popular DJ Steve Lamacq. This compilation documents those sessions, and includes many of the band’s hits including “When I Come Around”, “Basket Case”, “Brain Stew/Jaded” and “Minority”. Tracklist June 8, 1994 A1 She A2 When I Come Around A3 Basket Case A4 2000 Light Years Away November 3, 1996 B1 Geek Stink Breath B2 Brain Stew/Jaded B3 Walking Contradiction B4 Stuck With Me February 2, 1998 C1 Hitchin' A Ride C2 Nice Guys Finish Last C3 Prosthetic Head C4 Redundant August 28, 2001 D1 Castaway D2 Church On Sunday D3 Minority D4 Waiting (Reprise Records)
  • In four short years of existence, Green Lung have risen from the murk of the UK heavy underground to become a true cult band with a devoted following. Debut album Woodland Rites, released independently in early 2019, quickly garnered attention, resulting in a single being named ‘Track of the Week’ in the Guardian, plays on Daniel P. Carter’s Radio One Rock Show, a tour with fellow UK heavies Puppy and festival appearances across Europe. This brought the band to the attention of the wider music industry, and after multiple offers from a variety of labels, the band decided to stay true to their roots and sign with the Finnish audio wizards at Svart Records, home to several of their doomy inspirations including Reverend Bizarre and Warning. Svart’s deluxe reissue of the album, and the preceding EP Free the Witch, sold out several pressings. Two years later, the folk horror-obsessed fivesome have re-emerged from their mulchy catacombs armed with dozens of freshly-whittled riffs. Black Harvest, the sequel to Woodland Rites, is a more colourful reimagining of the band’s sound – Dawn of the Dead to its predecessor’s Night of the Living Dead. Recorded at Giant Wafer Studios in rural mid-Wales over the course of two weeks with longtime producer Wayne Adams (Petbrick, Big Lad), it’s a more expansive and textured record than anything the band have done before, boasting a cinematic quality and more attention to detail. All samples were sourced from the local countryside and from instruments found in the studio, including the haunting opening vocal of ‘The Harrowing’ which was recorded on a whim after the band broke into the local church (the organ can be heard creaking in the background). The album was recorded in late autumn, and the seasonal atmosphere seeped into the music, which is redolent of mists, falling leaves, and the crumbling glory of the Magnificent Seven cemeteries of London, the city the band call home. The album also soaks in new sonics beyond the ‘Black Sabbath meets Brian May’ blueprint of what went before. ‘The Harrowing’ takes the band’s tradition of instrumental opening tracks to dizzy new heights, like Atomic Rooster jamming with Boston, while ballad ‘Graveyard Sun’, based on the folklore around the ‘Highgate Vampire’, adds gothic synth lines that would give Type O Negative pangs of jealousy. That’s not to say the hooks n’ heaviness approach that made the band’s name isn’t here in abundance, as the Sabbath-meets-Purple chug and groove of revolutionary lead single ‘Leaders of the Blind’ and the Hammer Horror riff frenzy of ‘Upon the Altar’ prove. Closer ‘Born to a Dying World’ is unlike anything the band have written before; an endtimes ballad with an almost gospel feel, tying the band’s omnipresent nature themes to the Anthropocene. Mastered by John Davis at Metropolis (Led Zeppelin, Royal Blood), Black Harvest comes packaged in stained glass artwork by renowned artist Richard Wells (Doctor Who, Dracula, Ben Wheatley’s In the Earth), and is available in gatefold vinyl and CD formats. (Svart Records)
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    Gatefold sleeve, large booklet, A2 poster. Limited golden yellow vinyl, 500 copies only! In four short years of existence, Green Lung have risen from the murk of the UK heavy underground to become a true cult band with a devoted following. Debut album Woodland Rites, released independently in early 2019, quickly garnered attention, resulting in a single being named ‘Track of the Week’ in the Guardian, plays on Daniel P. Carter’s Radio One Rock Show, a tour with fellow UK heavies Puppy and festival appearances across Europe. This brought the band to the attention of the wider music industry, and after multiple offers from a variety of labels, the band decided to stay true to their roots and sign with the Finnish audio wizards at Svart Records, home to several of their doomy inspirations including Reverend Bizarre and Warning. Svart’s deluxe reissue of the album, and the preceding EP Free the Witch, sold out several pressings. Two years later, the folk horror-obsessed fivesome have re-emerged from their mulchy catacombs armed with dozens of freshly-whittled riffs. Black Harvest, the sequel to Woodland Rites, is a more colourful reimagining of the band’s sound – Dawn of the Dead to its predecessor’s Night of the Living Dead. Recorded at Giant Wafer Studios in rural mid-Wales over the course of two weeks with longtime producer Wayne Adams (Petbrick, Big Lad), it’s a more expansive and textured record than anything the band have done before, boasting a cinematic quality and more attention to detail. All samples were sourced from the local countryside and from instruments found in the studio, including the haunting opening vocal of ‘The Harrowing’ which was recorded on a whim after the band broke into the local church (the organ can be heard creaking in the background). The album was recorded in late autumn, and the seasonal atmosphere seeped into the music, which is redolent of mists, falling leaves, and the crumbling glory of the Magnificent Seven cemeteries of London, the city the band call home. The album also soaks in new sonics beyond the ‘Black Sabbath meets Brian May’ blueprint of what went before. ‘The Harrowing’ takes the band’s tradition of instrumental opening tracks to dizzy new heights, like Atomic Rooster jamming with Boston, while ballad ‘Graveyard Sun’, based on the folklore around the ‘Highgate Vampire’, adds gothic synth lines that would give Type O Negative pangs of jealousy. That’s not to say the hooks n’ heaviness approach that made the band’s name isn’t here in abundance, as the Sabbath-meets-Purple chug and groove of revolutionary lead single ‘Leaders of the Blind’ and the Hammer Horror riff frenzy of ‘Upon the Altar’ prove. Closer ‘Born to a Dying World’ is unlike anything the band have written before; an endtimes ballad with an almost gospel feel, tying the band’s omnipresent nature themes to the Anthropocene. Mastered by John Davis at Metropolis (Led Zeppelin, Royal Blood), Black Harvest comes packaged in stained glass artwork by renowned artist Richard Wells (Doctor Who, Dracula, Ben Wheatley’s In the Earth), and is available in gatefold vinyl and CD formats. (Svart Records)
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    A double digipak edition of the album, with the earlier EP Free The Witch as bonus on disc 2. Originally released in March 2019, the Green Lung’s debut long player has sold out three pressings quickly. In four short years of existence, Green Lung have risen from the murk of the UK heavy underground to become a true cult band with a devoted following. Debut album Woodland Rites, released independently in early 2019, quickly garnered attention of the wider music industry, and after multiple offers (including one from a major label) the band decided to stay true to their roots and sign with the Finnish audio wizards at Svart Record. Svart's deluxe reissue of the album, and the preceding EP Free the Witch, sold out several runs. Two years later, the folk horror-obsessed fivesome have re-emerged from their mulchy catacombs armed with dozens of freshly-whittled riffs. Black Harvest, the sequel to Woodland Rites, is a more colorful, widescreen reimagining of the band's sound - Dawn of the Dead to it's predecessor's Night of the Living. Recorded at Giant Wafer Studios in rural mid-Wales over the course of two weeks with longtime producer Wayne Adams (Petbrick, Big Lad), it's a more expansive and textured record than anything the band have done before, boasting a cinematic quality and more attention to detail. All samples were sourced from the local countryside and from instruments found in the studio, including the haunting opening vocal of "The Harrowing" which was recorded on a whim after the band broke into the local church (you can hear the organ creaking in the background). This third pressing is remastered by the spectacular John Davis (Lana Del Rey, Led Zeppelin, Royal Blood…) at Metropolis Studios in the UK. The album comes with a 8 page booklet and a A4 art print, limited to the first Svart pressing only, all wrapped in a gatefold jacket ‘This is heavy metal how it should be done, with lashings of occult camp and some sweet solstice swagger’ The Guardian (Svart Records)
  • Gatefold jacket, 8 page booklet, Black vinyl. Originally released in March 2019, the Green Lung’s debut long player has sold out three pressings quickly. In four short years of existence, Green Lung have risen from the murk of the UK heavy underground to become a true cult band with a devoted following. Debut album Woodland Rites, released independently in early 2019, quickly garnered attention of the wider music industry, and after multiple offers (including one from a major label) the band decided to stay true to their roots and sign with the Finnish audio wizards at Svart Record. Svart's deluxe reissue of the album, and the preceding EP Free the Witch, sold out several runs. Two years later, the folk horror-obsessed fivesome have re-emerged from their mulchy catacombs armed with dozens of freshly-whittled riffs. Black Harvest, the sequel to Woodland Rites, is a more colorful, widescreen reimagining of the band's sound - Dawn of the Dead to it's predecessor's Night of the Living. Recorded at Giant Wafer Studios in rural mid-Wales over the course of two weeks with longtime producer Wayne Adams (Petbrick, Big Lad), it's a more expansive and textured record than anything the band have done before, boasting a cinematic quality and more attention to detail. All samples were sourced from the local countryside and from instruments found in the studio, including the haunting opening vocal of "The Harrowing" which was recorded on a whim after the band broke into the local church (you can hear the organ creaking in the background). This third pressing is remastered by the spectacular John Davis (Lana Del Rey, Led Zeppelin, Royal Blood…) at Metropolis Studios in the UK. The album comes with a 8 page booklet and a A4 art print, limited to the first Svart pressing only, all wrapped in a gatefold jacket ‘This is heavy metal how it should be done, with lashings of occult camp and some sweet solstice swagger’ The Guardian (Svart Records)
  • Released in 1985, Green River’s “Come On Down" was a record existing in its sonic universe--out of step with its own time. Was it glam? Was it punk? Was it metal? Was it cool? We now know it was one of the building blocks of what Mark Arm would coin as "grunge", but in 1985 this record was a silent groundbreaker. It was not only the raw, sludgy, slower guitar sound that makes this band important in its place in rock history, but the members of Green River would go on to lead some of the biggest names in the genre: Mudhoney and Mother Love Bone, the latter of which also contained the roots of Pearl Jam. In 1986 they signed with Sub Pop Records and one could argue loudly that without Green River in 1984, there might be no Sub Pop Records today. Originally released on the forward-thinking Homestead Records in 1985, "Come On Down" is now being reissued for the first time on Jackpot Records. It has been mastered from the original master tapes by original producer and recording engineer Chris Hanzsek (Soundgarden, Melvins) as well as a tape transfer by Jack Endino (Nirvana, Soundgarden). The record will also include the iconic original cover artwork and a printed inner sleeve with the lyrics and a photo of the original master tape box. We're proud to announce that this record will also include a rare, unreleased bonus track. Come drink in the sludge that kick started it all. • One of the first Grunge records ever released • Sourced from the original 1985 Master Tapes • Includes unreleased bonus track • Mark Arm & Steve Turner from Mudhoney • Jeff Ament & Stone Gossard from Pearl Jam • Limited Edition colored vinyl • Features studio master tape box image with lyrics (Jackpot Records)
  • Grief was founded in 1991 by Disrupt guitarist Terry Savastano and Unleashed Anger drummer Pete Donovan. Randy Odierno (who later switched to bass and later again left to join Bane of Existence) and Jeff Hayward joined shortly thereafter. They broke up in 2001 mainly due to drummer problems - something that was an ongoing problem for the band from the start. They also cited what they called a "hostile environment for doom metal bands". They reunited briefly in July 2005 to play a cluster of reunion shows. The band had several 7"s including one with Dystopia and Corrupted each. A compilation album called Turbulent Times appeared in 2002 through Southern Lord. The group reunited for one show at the first annual New England Grind And Doom Fest on July 17, 2005 at The Middle East Cafe in Cambridge, MA. They were so excited by the response to this show that they began booking others, and they toured intermittently throughout 2005 and 2006. In 2005, the band played shows through in venues including The Ace of Clubs and The Knitting Factory in New York, The Khyber in Philadelphia, O'Brien's in Allston/Brighton, MA, The Living Room in Providence, RI, and Cherry St. Station in CT. In 2006 Southern Lord Records released a full-length live album called Alive which featured their performance at the Middle East in November 2005. The album features artwork by Eric C. Harrison, who did much of the band's painted cover artwork. Grief's final appearance was at Emissions from the Monolith 8, a sludge/doom festival that took place in Ohio, May 2006. The Hartford Advocate wrote the following about their December 3, 2005 date at Cherry St. Station in CT: Since 1991, these Massholes have been writing songs about a distinctly New England flavor of depression and isolation. Jeff Hayward's throat-shredding vocals often seem more hardcore than metal; indeed, almost 15 years later, it's possible to see Grief as one of a handful of seminal NE bands who initiated the merger between hardcore and metal. However, unlike some of those bands, Grief still sounds both relevant and entertaining. The band re-formed in 2008 and toured the United States and Europe, but they soon disbanded again in March 2009. In 2012, Savastano formed the idea of reuniting Grief as Come to Grief, after the seminal 1994 album. Their name was changed in 2014 and followed by a headlining appearance in Oakland, California's Deadfest 2015. Members of the band have gone on to play in many other bands since the dissolution of Grief including Consume, Deathraid, Disrupt, State of Fear, Unleashed Anger, Goff, Demonic Death Preachers, Effects of Alcohol, Noosebomb, Abhorred, Z28, and Chicken Chest and the Bird Boys. Licensed by Century Media, Throne Records presents the most thorough vinyl issue this Sludgecore classic has ever accomplished.
    • Exclusive extra track "Bury the Dead"
    • Enhanced artwork (directly scanned from Eric Harrison's own paintings)
    • 180gr. heavy-weight vinyl
    • Extra-thick gatefold sleeve printed on 425gsm Frovi stock cardboard
    • Fold-out Poster (62x31 cms) printed over 180gsm art paper
    • Polylined black paper bag
    • Outer plastic bag
    (Throne Records)  
  • GRIT | shatterproof | LP

    15.00 incl. tax
    Hailing from Dublin, GRIT deliver seething female-fronted Oi! punk. Catchy, Danceable, Punk As Fuck! (A.U. Vinyles)
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    GRUESOMES | cave-in! | LP

    18.50 incl. tax
    This is the 2021 Re-Issue of "Cave-in!", widely considered as thee outstanding GRUESOMES album! The GRUESOMES are teen-trash gigants formed in 1985 and one our favourite garage rockers. The album is full of killer originals and couple awesome cover versions, soaked in the snarly vocals and punk fuzz guitars. Totally new artwork, tasty neanderthal grease by Furillo! (Alien Snatch! Records)
  • Guardian Singles hail from Auckland, New Zealand, home to (among many things) storied label Flying Nun & just about every great indie band of the last century. After seeing the band’s livestream from Auckland for Gonerfest 17 in fall of 2020, Trouble In Mind is honored to welcome the band to the roster & reissue their excellent 2020 self-titled album outside of New Zealand for the first time. Formed in 2015, by Thom Burton on guitar (SoccerPractise, Moppy) and Fiona Campbell on drums (Vivian Girls, Coolies), the band hit the ground running, supporting touring bands in New Zealand like METZ, slots on the Chronophonium festival & tours in Australia. The band had recorded what would become their debut album in early 2018, simply as Campbell puts it “We just wanted good versions of the songs in our live set we were playing at the time.” The addition of Yolanda Fagan on bass (Na Noise, Echo Ohs) and Durham Fenwick on lead guitar (Green Grove) solidified the current lineup in late-2018, and Auckland label Moral Support released it in a micro-edition of 150 copies in the spring of 2020. The debut album packs a wallop; driving guitar lines dance across the rhythm sections propulsive throb hearkening back to greats like Mission of Burma, The Wipers & The Sound. Opener “Tea Lights Exploding” does just that, with an instantly memorable hook & sticky guitar line written as Burton explains as “a sort of "Fuck you" to a certain kind of pervasive rape culture and culturally lobotomized idea of masculinity that I was seeing too much of”, followed by the moody “Being Alone”. “Roll Undead” is next, with its persistent shuffle springing forth over a synth-siren before breaking open into an anthemic howl of a chorus. Side one closes with the crunchy stutter-step of “Never Gonna See The Rain Again”. Side two doesn’t let up, with aptly-titled opener “Can’t Stop Moving”s ragged guitar sting hanging in the air before the band launches in with Campbell’s drums skipping underneath like an arrhythmic heartbeat. Their vital cover of The Sound’s “Heartbeat” (from 1980’s “Jeopardy”) is next, injecting a nouveau sense of modern urgency into Adrian Borland’s post-punk rager. “Gold Plated Cars”s razor-wire sway comes next, with Burton & Fenwick’s guitar squall waltzing over a robust bassline. Album closer “Midnight Swim” is the album’s moody anthem, ratcheting up tension the old-fashioned way balancing jangle and drone with one guitar’s persistent strum and the other’s strategic punches, all while the rhythm section holds down a steady forward motion. “Guardian Singles” is a vital document of a band breaking out of the chrysalis near-fully formed; melodic, urgent and on the verge of greatness. Look for more from the band soon as they head into he studio in 2021 to record the follow-up. (Trouble In Mind)
  • Garage punk απο Αθήνα. (Self Released)
  • Hailing from Sunderland, the Q were one of the most important bands in the late 80s scene, and in many ways paved the way for the likes of SNUFF And LEATHERFACE after them (in fact, three members of HDQ ended up in LEATHERFACE!) As many of you know, the band was centred around the guitar genius of the late great Dickie Hammond, and coming up to two years since his passing we have been working with existing band members to embellish on the CD reissues we did and make these the absolute best tributes we can to the great man! Following on from our reissue in 2017 of "SINKING", 2018 sees us release "SOULFINDER", the bands third album from 1990. Here the original 10 track album is accompanied by a further 20 tracks from sessions, demos and comps of which 19 have never been released on vinyl format before. These include not only the bands second Session for the John Peel Show, but also their first attempt at recording the "Sinking" album (with Lainey on drums, which was shelved at the time when he left the band) in its entirity - as well as the re-recording of "Those Remembered Times" that only featured as a bonus track of the original CD release of "soulfinder", and a rare 1987 live recording of "In My Thoughts" the only song by the band not be recorded during their existance. There is also a CD enclosed featuring all 30 tracks, plus a 12" insert and tribute insert. Pressed on Random Colour Mix / Effect Vinyl, and with just 250 copies, these won't be around forever, so make sure to secure your copy!

    Tracklist

    "Soulfinder" LP
    A1 Wise Up
    A2 Something More Than More Or Less
    A3 Things Seem A Whole Lot Better Now
    A4 Down But Not Out
    A5 Sometimes
    A6 Don't You Rain Down On Me
    A7 Just When I Thought
    B1 Soulfinder
    B2 Yesterday I Said All The Wrong Things
    B3 Believe
    Bonus Track From The "Soulfinder" CD
    B4 Those Remembered Times
    BBC John Peel Show (Second Session)
    B5 Leaving Home
    B6 Just When I Thought
    B7 If Only
    B8 Sinking
    B9 All We Knew
    Unreleased Recorded For The "Sinking" LP
    C1 Leaving Home
    C2 All We Knew
    C3 There Comes A Time
    C4 Towing The Line
    C5 Praise
    C6 Within These Four Walls
    C7 Looking Back
    D1 If Only
    D2 Sinking
    D3 Love Alone
    D4 One Word
    D5 Friends
    D6 The Grass Is Greener
    Unreleased Live Recording From Bradford Manhattan Club (1987)
    D7 In My Thoughts (Live)
    (Boss Tuneage Records)

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