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    GG ALLIN | hated | LP

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    Vinyl reissue of the soundtrack to the infamous documentary, Hated that contains short excerpts from people talking about GG and some of his classic songs. This one sounds brilliant for GG standards and it's a must have for everyone. The cover art was actually done by John Wayne Gacy. (Toilet Rock Records/Unofficial Release)
  • The Creepsylvanians strikes back their 5th full length release! "Dungeon Bastards" is a damn solid new blood-soaked slab of grindy gore/death/thrash & grind. 10 new songs has many gangshouts, somewhere between WEHRMACHT & D.R.I. with these typical IMPALED & CARCASS vibes ''Dungeon Bastards'' continues GHOULS's policy of high quality with a blast of noise that will leave fans wishing for more than this 35 minutes. No clickbaiting, no bullshit. (Tankcrimes Records)
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    GHOUL | night out | LP

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    Seminal 80's Japanese punk band, fronted by the one handed, raspy-voiced, fan-punching legend Masami, who passed on young (like many of his contemporaries) in the early 90's, apparently of liver failure brought on by excessive love of the drink. The original Ghoul broke up in '85, as there's the official VHS entitled "Last Gig" out on ACC video label. The band got back together as "Ghoul II" with a different line-up in the late '86 (or possibly in the early '87), changed the name to "Sqwad" (originally called Masami with Sqwad) sometime during the summer of '88, either right before or after they played the "Complete Death" show at the Toshima Public Hall in Tokyo on July 17th '88, then broke up and got back together again as "Ghoul III" in '89 with just a slightly different line-up than "Ghoul II" and pretty much remained active until Masami puked the blood on the stage and went into a coma afterwards in the early '90s. "Ghoul II" and "Ghoul III" - that's exactly how Masami called themselves when they got reformed twice and those names were often mentioned in the interviews, magazine articles and that's how they were usually listed in the gig flyers as well. As most of the serious fans probably noticed, they're credited as "Sqwad (ex-Ghoul)" on the "Complete Death Live" VHS tape (released on January 1st '89), however,
    in the flyers for this show they were still listed as "Ghoul II". So, probably they changed the name to "Sqwad" right before this show or after, but sometime before the VHS came out. Later, they played as "Sqwad" during the year of '89, released 7" flexi on Slice Records and broke up before the mid '89 and got back together again later the same year (before the summer). The Ghoul tracks you find on the "Game Of Death" compilation LP (which was released in July '89) are the only recorded material by "Ghoul III", although they're simply credited as "Ghoul" on this release.
    Limited to 200 copies, fantastic top quality release, mastered for vinyl for best/huge sound. Includes a double sided insert and sticker! Import from Australia. 15 songs in total.
    Tracks 1-5: Carry Out Fucking EP (1984)
    Track 6:  Oi! Oi! single (1985)
    Tracks 7-8: Devil Must Be Driven Out With Devil V/A(1986)
    Tracks 9-12: Jerusalem EP (1985)
    Tracks 13-15: Game Of Death V/A(1989)
    (GhoulNightOut Records/Unofficial)



  • Finally the long overdue repress of a modern classic! Originally released by D-Takt & RaPunk. A fantastic unique mixture of the ultra-distorted sound of Confuse and the best of Disclose, all spiced with a note of Swedish Hardcore. An instant classic, originally from 2010, now hard to get, but dis is over for now. A D-Takt Dis-Noize opera featuring (ex)members of Martyrdöd, Warvictims, Discover, Glöm Da, Absurd SS, and many more. Fokking dope, fokking loud, fokking best. (Burning Anger/Rawmantic Disasters)
  • Now Here’s An Echo From Your Future is their first release for fabled experimental punk label Harbinger Sound and finds the band advancing their sound, making subtle but experimental shifts in texture and tone, helping to break free from the shackled straight-jacket of punk rock that, to be fair, never really held them down in the first place. Across the album’s ten songs, Girls In Synthesis explore a wide range of sensations and sounds as the album detonates into life with opening track Arterial Movements in a screeching flurry of over-driven guitar and hammering drums. The contrast between the slow, mesmerising look into aging and dying in Human Frailty (‘The realisation that you cannot halt their impending death’), to the aggressive attack on the rise of the right-wing in They’re Not Listening (‘The time-old tradition of the right wing accosting desperate working class people has returned’) shows a wide range of subjects and reactions aggressively tackled. Mental health in a fast-moving, unforgiving world, media control, the divide widening between the have and the have nots, the class divide, the blaming of the poor, Now Here’s An Echo From Your Future bristles with an unforgiving frustration and temper. The recording of Now Here’s An Echo From Your Future started at Rockit Studio, Hull in April 2019 during days off on the UK tour to promote the Pre/Post compilation album. The Hull sessions were engineered by studio owner and local musician Sean Tomlinson. The remainder of the album was recorded and engineered by the band throughout summer 2019 in a large rehearsal room at Gun Factory studios, Homerton. Production and finishing touches were completed at GIS bassist John’s S.I.C.K Studio in Hither Green. The album was mixed by long-time band collaborator and engineer, Max Walker (currently studying at Abbey Road). The album was mastered by Brett Shaw at 123 Studios, Peckham. In their few years of existence, fans and critics alike have been stunned by the bands pure visceral and punishing wall of sound, as well as applauding the groups way of making a Girls in Synthesis show an all-inclusive experience; playing from within the crowd to create a unique and awe-inspiring spectacle. Being hand-picked to support acts as diverse as Damo Suzuki, Slaves, Bad Breeding, Warmduscher and Wolf Alice has seen a widening of the groups fan base. Sold out headline shows across the UK have led to frantic and chaotic performances, and packed, sweaty venues, the word is getting out and spreading rapidly. Catch Girls in Synthesis while you can and witness the rise of one of the UK’s most original and unique underground bands. (Harbinger Sound Records)
  • Girls In Synthesis have quickly forged a fearsome reputation as one of the most exciting and volatile live acts in London. In equal parts frantic, considered, ear-splitting and melodic, the group take their cues from the early DIY punk and post-punk pioneers to keep everything in-house; artwork, videos, performances and recordings are created entirely by the group and their handful of trusted collaborators, with their 3 hand-packaged vinyl E.P releases selling out in days on pre-orders. The “Pre/Post” LP sees Girls In Synthesis compile their 3 previous E.P releases and also sees inclusion of their debut single ‘The Mound’/’Disappear’, never released before on vinyl. Experimentation has seen them transgress the punk bracket into something more original and unique while stage shows present a complete and controlled spectacle, with the group moving from playing on stage to dragging equipment into the audience, desperately trying to remove the group/audience barrier. Their explosive shows have seen them hand picked for support slots with bands as disparate as Bad Breeding, Slaves, Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, Wolf Alice, Warmduscher and Damo Suzuki. The debut, self-released single saw GIS well and truly kick the doors open for what was to follow for them over the next few years. The lopsided, fuzz groove of ‘Disappear’ rubs shoulders with the bass-driven, future crowd favourite ‘The Mound’ to add up to a frantic and stripped back, stunning calling card. Follow up E.P ‘Suburban Hell’ saw the group develop the sonic aspects of their music, with the harshness ramped up and subtle but powerful production aspects pushing songs like ‘Suburban Hell’ and ‘Phases’ into harsh, noise-punk territory. Second E.P, ‘We Might Not Make Tomorrow’, added a slight melodic edge to the previous aural bludgeon, whilst the lyrics to songs like the title track, ‘Sentient’ and ‘Tainted’ explore deeper issues such as the threat of nuclear war, animal cruelty and the outcome of the USA presidential election. The third E.P (the most recent and perhaps heaviest) ‘Fan The Flames’ further presses into deeper lyrical territory, with songs focusing on government neglect, anxiety and mental health issues. The production receives even further toughening up and also features the group’s first foray into spoken word in ‘Howling’, albeit with a glitchy, unmusical, harsh noise backdrop. In total, this compilation shows a progressive and feverish work ethic and exposes the varied aspects of one of the UK’s most promising and fruitful underground punk bands. (Harbinger Sound Records)
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    At the beginning of the 1990s, the Senate didn't believe Anita Hill, Rush Limbaugh compared feminists to Nazis, and a study found that girls tended to start hating themselves during adolescence. It was a hard time to be a young woman, to be growing up on promises of equal rights that didn't square with reality. Sexual assault rates reached record highs; harassment was rife in the schools; and, boys still would be boys, and girls still had to watch what they wore and where they walked. It was enough to make a girl want to scream. Riot Grrrl roared into the spotlight in 1991: an uncompromising movement of pissed-off girls who had no patience for sexism, no stomach for double standards, and no intention of keeping quiet. Incendiary punk bands - like Bratmobile, Heavens to Betsy, and above all Bikini Kill, fronted by the magnetic, prophetic Kathleen Hanna - spread the word. Thousands of riot grrrls published handmade magazines, founded local groups, and organised conventions. The movement spread from its birthplaces of Washington, D.C. and Olympia, Washington, to the Midwest, Canada, Europe, and beyond. "Girls to the Front", the first-ever history of Riot Grrrl, is a gripping narrative with a sound track: a lyrical, punk-infused chronicle of a group of extraordinary young women coming of age angrily, collectively, and publicly. It's the story of a time when America thought feminism was dead, and feminism seemed to buy into the slacker myths of Generation X, but a generation of noisy girls rose up to prove everybody wrong. Above all, it's a story about looking for your place in the world - and finally creating it yourself. Format Paperback | 384 pages Dimensions 135 x 203 x 22mm | 299g Publisher HarperCollins Publishers Inc Publication City/Country New York, United States Language English
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    GIRLS | 野良猫 | LP

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    Survival Research present a reissue of Girls' self-titled album, originally released in 1977. Pioneers of the josei rock movement, Japanese girl group Girls looked to the Runaways for inspiration, successfully adapting their "Cherry Bomb" in a mix of Japanese and English. Racier than contemporaries such as Mizutama Shobodan (or Polkadot Firebrigade), the band was driven by the teasing antics of lead singer Takako Nomoto, alias Rita, and the axe work of lead guitarist Atsuko Okuno, alias Iria. This riveting debut sees the Girls tackling "Honkey Tonk Woman", "Johnny B. Goode", and Blondie's "In The Flesh". The title track, "Nora Necko", or "Stray Cat" are a few of their irresistible hits. (Survival Research Records)
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    A reissue of the second album by the Italian quintet Giuda, the greatest '70s glam-rock band to exist since... the 1970s. This LP is an exciting progression for Giuda featuring more complicated arrangements, more ambitious songwriting and an even bigger sound while retaining all the pure fun and infections glam-punk hooks of their debut album. (Damaged Goods Records)  
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    Repress of the first solo full length by the mighty Mr. Anzalone, better known as Danzig. This record is very far from punk rock, indeed the music is sort of ambient/electronic/avantgard rock. (Plan 9 Records/Unofficial Release)
  • Glorior Belli can now be considered with no doubt as one of the best band from France along with masters such as Blut Aus Nord and Deathspell Omega: people who have no fear to experiment with other genres, although in a bigger way than them. Their sophomore album Manifesting the Raging Beast was released in June 2007 via Southern Lord Records. (Southern Lord Records)
  • The third full-length studio album from Goatsnake- :”Black Age Blues” is an instant classic, with each one of the nine songs (11 on the 2xLp version) an anthem, and each of the four band members on top form. Everything is magnified, Pete Stahl’s vocals have never sounded so soulfully deep, the rhythm section comprised of Greg Rogers on drums and new bass player Scott Renner are the driving force on each track, and Greg Anderson’s riffs are heavier than ever before. Appearing on the album intro ‘to Another River To Cross’ is acoustic guitar courtesy of David Pajo (Slint, Aerial M, Papa M), this track also contains previously released recordings from ‘The River’ by Goatsnake. Piano is played by Mathias Schneeberger and Petra Haden contributes violin and vocals. Another welcome addition to the album, across multiple tracks are brilliant soulful backing vocals by Dem Preacher’s Daughters – Wendy Moten, Gale Mayes and Andrea Merrit. There inclusion on the proceedings evokes a reverent gospel choir aesthetic that intuitively accentuates the heavy darkness laid down by the band. Behind the controls is grammy award winning producer Nick Raskulinecz, who was responsible for the engineering and production of the last Goatsnake full-length album: Flower of Disease. Over the last 15+ years Nick has gone on to work with seminal artists such as Rush, Alice In Chains, Mastodon and Ghost. United again, he and the band are sure to serve a menacing cut of the time-honored, ultra-heavy rock they are infamous for. Black Age Blues is familiar but nothing here is a repetition of what we’ve heard before, as Goatsnake continue to refine the time-honored dark-bluesy doom-rock that they are infamous for, surpassing even the highest of expectations. (Southern Lord Records)
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    The third full-length studio album from Goatsnake- :”Black Age Blues” is an instant classic, with each one of the nine songs (11 on the 2xLp version) an anthem, and each of the four band members on top form. Everything is magnified, Pete Stahl’s vocals have never sounded so soulfully deep, the rhythm section comprised of Greg Rogers on drums and new bass player Scott Renner are the driving force on each track, and Greg Anderson’s riffs are heavier than ever before. Appearing on the album intro ‘to Another River To Cross’ is acoustic guitar courtesy of David Pajo (Slint, Aerial M, Papa M), this track also contains previously released recordings from ‘The River’ by Goatsnake. Piano is played by Mathias Schneeberger and Petra Haden contributes violin and vocals. Another welcome addition to the album, across multiple tracks are brilliant soulful backing vocals by Dem Preacher’s Daughters – Wendy Moten, Gale Mayes and Andrea Merrit. There inclusion on the proceedings evokes a reverent gospel choir aesthetic that intuitively accentuates the heavy darkness laid down by the band. Behind the controls is grammy award winning producer Nick Raskulinecz, who was responsible for the engineering and production of the last Goatsnake full-length album: Flower of Disease. Over the last 15+ years Nick has gone on to work with seminal artists such as Rush, Alice In Chains, Mastodon and Ghost. United again, he and the band are sure to serve a menacing cut of the time-honored, ultra-heavy rock they are infamous for. Black Age Blues is familiar but nothing here is a repetition of what we’ve heard before, as Goatsnake continue to refine the time-honored dark-bluesy doom-rock that they are infamous for, surpassing even the highest of expectations. (Southern Lord Records)
  • Vinyl LP pressing. 2013 release, the seventh full length album from the Irish Post-Rock band. Origins is their first as a five-piece and cements their place as one of the world's most intense, musically and visually inventive bands. Renowned for their searing live shows in which the music is married with provocative projected imagery, GIAA consider each of their albums to be a sonic 'photograph or snapshot of who we are in that moment of time' and Origins is perhaps their most saturated, striking snapshot to date. (Rocket Girl/2013)
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    GODFLESH from the UK (formed in the year 1988) is the perfect example that is possible to fuse Punk, Hardcore, Metal and Industrial and get something new, something really great. Nowadays it´s more or less "normal" that musicians mix a lot of different styles to create something new, but in the Late Eighties GODFLESH began something more or less new, brutal and crushing as fuck. The four tracks on this 12" were recorded august 27th, 1989 and the first transmission on BBC Radio 1 has been in september 27th, 1989. Fanclub ediition on Black vinyl, comes with nice replica / remake of the official "Peel Sessions" cover artwork. (Strange Fruit/Unofficial Release)
  • After Artistic Decline, another band from Los Angeles, active between 1981 and 1982. The band released the original New Lottery 7" on Bemisbrain records famous for releasing Modern Warfare releases as well as Hell Comes To Your House compilation albums. The band recorded another song intended for another release, but it never came out, so we included it on this 7". You can also find an essay on the band and the LA punk scene of the day, band photos, flyers and lyrics, all that as part of a 12 page booklet! Great tuneful punk rock classic. This is the black vinyl limited to 300. (No Plan Records)
  • The post-punk wave of the last few years has brought us so many great bands and so many that remain to be discovered. GOING AWAY PARTY delighted us with a great four tracks demo released in winter 2019. With “A Ride With Our Ghosts”, their first vinyl release and impressive alloy of punk incisiveness and dark disenchantment, the band gives its interpretation of a severe and cold environment.The singular atmosphere of cold tension which reigns in GOING AWAY PARTY has something both captivating and exhilarating. The songs shine in their darkness and offer a nagging richness. GOING AWAY PARTY members are also known to play in great bands such as BARREN?, BITPART, BLEAKNESS, CATISFACTION or TURQUOISE... The band was surrounded by friends to make this record a reality : it was recorded and mixed by Jacky Cadiou in Brest and mastered by Will Killingworth at Dead Air Studios. The artwork has been made from pictures by Joan Astarac. (Destructure Records / Sabotage Records / Les Choeurs de l’ennui Records)
  • Jed is the second studio album by Goo Goo Dolls, originally released in 1989 by Metal Blade Records. It was the band's first album in which John Rzeznik sang vocals for some of the tracks; the majority of the songs are sung by Robby Takac, with Rzeznik taking over for two ("Up Yours" and "James Dean"). The album was named after painter Jed Jackson, who was Robby Takac's art teacher at Medaille College and who painted the cover artwork, which is entitled "Arkansas Sunset". (Metal Blade Records)
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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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