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    Very rare fanclub collection from Japan's THE EXECUTE. 26 tracks collected from their first 7" flexi, "Hardcore Temptation 7", outtakes from the first flexi sessions, and 2 tracks from the "Live in Hell" tape from 1982. Comes with insert, liimited to 198 copies. A1-A10: Execute flexi (1983) A11-B1: Hard Core Temptation EP (1983) B2-B11: Out-takes from Execute flexi (1983) B12-B13: Previously released on Save Your Money compilation (1988) (Unofficial Release)
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    Total Mosh Project was formed on January 1987 by the guitarist Boike Rehbein (ex-Sons of Satan / Speedrage) and the bassist Peter Eisterneier (ex-Harlot Whore). On march 1987 drummer Patrick Pachurra (ex-Coroners Inquest) joined the band, so, they began to practice. Just short and fast songs like Napalm Death. Two months later Lupo (ex-Living Now) and the vocalist Bernard Armbruster joined the band, and soon they began to play in gigs. If you like bands as old DRI, old Heresy, Intense Degree, early Napalm Death etc you will like TMP so much. Fast and faster. Non stop speed. Never released on vinyl before. 48 songs of pure speed hardcore thrash. This compilation includes - Vegetable's life - cd '91 - Uuaaarrgh!- demo tape '87 - plus unreleased tracks Double sided printed big 50x30 cm foldout layout with photos,lyrics,flyers etc. (Rest in Punk Records)
  • DISCARD were a swedish D-Beat, Hardcore band active in the Early / Mid Eighties influenced by MOB 47, ANTI-CIMEX and DISCHARGE. On this split you can find the material from the "Condemned To Oppression" 1985 demo and the "Sound Of War" 1986 demo. NYX NEGATIV from Sweden were only active from 1981 till later 1986, they made more up tempo melodic Punk, in the vein of rawer ASTA KASK, not the typical D-Beat of that time. Their side of this split release offers thirteen songs from the 1983 demo. (New Prejudice a2o Records)
  • Gatefold with a 11 x 22″ insert and download card. LIFE'S BLOOD were a legendary short lived band from New York City. Formed in 1987, LIFE'S BLOOD Played 20 shows and recorded 2 radio shows, a Demo at Don Fury and one 7" "Defiance" released on Combined Effort Records and appeared on the seminal "NEW BREED" tape comp in 1988. In these short 14 months as band they left an indelible mark on the history of hardcore punk, as their sharp, earnest, and challenging lyrics backed with remarkably sturdy, dissonant and distorted hardcore songs emerged at a time where the focus of Underground hardcore had been blurred by commercialism, crossover and violence. HARDCORE A.D. 1988 Collects 27 songs from their Defiance EP, demo tape, compilation tracks, their post humous split EP WITH STICKS AND STONES, WFMU and WNYU recordings and Live tracks with new liner notes from Guittarist Adam Nathanson, extensive band notes compiled by Bassist Neil Burke with extensive photos and flyers. Mastered at George Horn mastering, with packaging designed by Jack Barfield at Neolithic Print Cartel. The LP comes in a Stoughton tip on gatefold with a 11x22" insert and download card. This is the first time LIFE'S BLOOD's material has been officially available in almost two decades. After LIFE'S BLOOD dissolved Guitarist Adam Nathanson formed BORN AGAINST, bassist Neil Burke was in the initial line Up of BORN AGAINST as well as MENACE DEMENT, SINKING BODY and MEN'S RECOVERY PROJECT, drummer Jon Kricksciun and final LIFE'S BLOOD singer Sean Murphy played in COLLAPSE, and original vocalist Jason O'Toole recently sang for MY RIFLE. (Prank Records)
  • • Εξώφυλλο εκδοχή Α΄: 200 κόπιες βινυλίου μαύρου χρώματος. Το δεύτερο ηχογραφημένο πλήρες έργο των Χωρίς Περιδέραιο με τίτλο Άνοιξή μου. Κυκλοφορεί σε 500 αριθμημένες κόπιες τριών δεσμίδων διαφορετικών χρωμάτων βινυλίου καθώς και εξωφύλλων. Όλα τα αντίτυπα θα συνοδεύονται από μία ένθετη κάρτα και από μία αφίσα. Τέλος η ειρκτή επιθυμεί να ενημερώσει ότι βασικό μέρος των εσόδων της κυκλοφορίας αυτής θα διατεθεί στην οικογένεια του Νίκου Αγγελή καθώς και στα υπόλοιπα μέλη του συγκροτήματος που συμμετείχαν στην ηχογράφηση του δεύτερου αυτού άλμπουμ. (Ειρκτή Records)
  • Remember the 80's with all these great tape compilation? In 2020 we have captured this feeling on vinyl. 20 Bands - 28 Tracks - 40+ minutes of 80s European Hardcore. ▪ Colour insert with bandinfos & photos ▪ 2 sticker + poster, black vinyl ▪ Almost everything in this form unreleased and never released on vinyl About the recordings on the LP: Side A HERESY: Network of Friends (a rehearsal recording 1987 in Dortmund, Germany) SO MUCH HATE: Ruin it (the song has been on “Blind Alley”, but this version was rerecorded and better played for a compilation LP by Hageland HC Records in Belgium, which never came out) HEIMATLOS: Piss end love (from their Demo June 1984, this song was never released. “Soldier” in a different recording than on their 7”) HEIMATLOS: Soldier Crude SS - Leonid Var Röd (1st line up; 4 song 7” which was NEVER released so far) Crude SS - Nazi Go Home NEUROOT: Smash The State (recorded Live on 11.09.1984, at the “OOC Bauplatz Squat” in Venlo, Holland) SVART FRAMTID: Hat (unreleased Demo 1985) LÄRM: Nothing for us (Anyone remembers that LÄRM started with a girl named Dorien as a vocalist?! You´ll be surprised!!! LÄRM: Police Threats EXTREM: Mir is Fad (Vienna, rehearsal 1982) BEDRÖVLERZ: Utsatt (Demo Tape 1985, unreleased on vinyl yet) BEDRÖVLERZ: Vi Hatar Dig BEDRÖVLERZ: They Lie We Die Side B CAPITAL SCUM: How when where (Crucifix-cover song; rec. 2008 for a Belgian compilation LP, which was NOT used for the compilation) RATTUS: Uskonto (This song is from a studio demo from 1983. It was recorded when Annikki joined the band as a vocalist, he sings the old songs and then Jake and Tomppa sing the new songs, so that Annikki could listen & learn the new songs from this tape. INDIGESTI: Nessuna (unreleased songs, same session as the songs of their split 7“´82 with Wretched) INDIGESTI: Sogni BANNLYST: Believe (Demo Tape 1983, unreleased! Not to be found on the Discography LP!!) MOB 47 - Dom Styr Vara Liv (taken off their Demo 1984) MOB 47 - Stop The Slaughter RAW POWER: Raw Power / Fuck Authority (Live 12.1983 in Pisa, Italy; released on BCT Tapes #5 in 1984 in the USA) INDIREKT: Bermtoerisme (Demo Tape june 1986, pre-production for „Niemansland“ 7“´86) INDIREKT: Carol In Prose S.O.S.: Skate Brigade (Live 1985 AJZ Bielefeld, Ruhrpott area band) FILTHY FEW: Cry of nature (Split LP´89, which was never distributed except for a few band copies; 900 damaged records where found in 2017 in a garage; the former record lable owner is a drug addict and wasn´t able to run his label anymore in the late 80´s; Ruhrpott-area) UNWANTED YOUTH: Early Grave (unreleased Demo October 1989, Ruhrpott-area) TU-DO HOSPITAL: Media Control (unreleased Demo 1985, Ruhrpott-area) (Lärmattacke Records/Network of Friends)
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    All female Japanese crust punk band from Osaka, active in the early 90's. Limited & numbered box-set contains: - box with artwork from Jacky (Framtid/Revenge Records) - white double-sided 7“ flexi in stamped inner sleeve - 6 panel „crass-style“ cover with CRUSADE history, lyrics, photos… - "Stay Free" poster (16.5 x 23.4 inch) - CD with complete CRUSADE discography - interview insert + 2 sticker + 3 buttons + 1 patch (Network Of Friends Records)
  • The SCAPEGOATS were a german ultra Hardcore, Punk band, born in the Early Eighties and located in Klausdorf (a smaller city nearby Kiel, Northern Germany), their first releases already came out in the beginning of the Good Old Eighties: the "Pogo Lebt" demo tape (1983) and "Last Attack" demo tape (1984) was followed by the "Kopflos" 7" (1986, re-released here), they also were well known worldwide from many compilation tapes and the great german "Let´s Have More Fun" compilation LP. SCAPEGOATS were the german answer to KAAOS, RATTUS, SVART FRAMTID, CRUDE SS and MOB 47, harsh, fast and aggressive Hardcore with fucked up vocals. On this official re-release you will get the five songs from the 7" EP and additional seven songs taken from a studio recording done november 1984 in Marbostel, Germany. The "Kopflos" EP already has been released on 7" format in the year 1986, the first ever pressing has been unleashed upon mankind by the (west-) german label DISSONANCE RECORDS. One-Sided 12" with screen print on the B-Side, altogether 500 copies of the final version) will be pressed, they are all housed in a standard LP pocket cover (lyrics printed on the back of the cover) and will come with Din A3 poster. (Network Of Friends Records)
  • TRANSLUCENT PURPLE VINYL * LIMITED TO 1000 COPIES WORLDWIDE * NOW WITH PURPLE JACKET. A reissue of the groundbreaking and influential 1983 album from Michigan's hardcore behemoths. Ten practically peerless tracks of mean, violent and explosive punk rock, featuring the hoarse, wailing vocals of Jon Brannon, who later went on to front the Laughing Hyenas. Now available again on vinyl. LP includes a coupon for a free download of the entire album in MP3 format. (Touch and Go Records)
  • BIG BLACK | racer x | LP

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    Originally released in 1983 on Homestead Records and re-released on Touch And Go Records in 1992. Recently remastered by Steve Albini and Bob Weston at Chicago Mastering. Includes coupon for an MP3 download of the album. Big Black was started by Steve Albini in 1982 while he was attending Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. Lungs, the first Big Black release was recorded by Steve on a borrowed 4-track. He played everything on the EP himself - except the sax bleating courtesy of pal John Bohnen and the drums courtesy of Roland. Soon after, Steve recruited Jeff Pezzati (Naked Raygun) on bass, and Santiago Durango (also Naked Raygun) joined them on guitar. In 1983, together with live drummer Pat Byrne, they recorded the Bulldozer EP. By 1984, the band had done some touring and recorded the Racer X EP and the start of the Il Duce 7”. After that, Jeff returned to Naked Raygun and was replaced by Dave Riley. In 1985, Big Black recorded their first full-length, Atomizer, as well as finishing the Il Duce 7”. Atomizer was released in 1986 along with the release of the Hammer Party compilation CD. In 1987, the Headache EP and Heartbeat 7” were released. That same year, the band recorded and released the 7” of The Model/He’s A Whore as well as their second full-length album, Songs About Fucking. They toured extensively (for Big Black). And they broke up. (Touch And Go Records)
  • A reissue of the groundbreaking and influential 1983 album from Michigan's hardcore behemoths. Ten practically peerless tracks of mean, violent and explosive punk rock, featuring the hoarse, wailing vocals of Jon Brannon, who later went on to front the Laughing Hyenas. Now available again on vinyl. LP includes a coupon for a free download of the entire album in MP3 format. (Touch and Go Records)
  • ΠΡΟΠΑΡΑΓΓΕΛΙΑ: ΔΙΑΘΕΣΙΜΟ ΑΠΟ 16 ΝΟΕΜΒΡΙΟΥ 2020 Monument is a fitting title for the third album by Belarusian trio Molchat Doma. Indeed, it stands as a monument to everything they’ve achieved in their short time as a band, from whispered-about unknowns, to enigmatic underground icons, to legitimate viral sensations with hundreds of thousands of TikTok videos using their music. Monument sees them return as conquering heroes, expanding on the minimalist greatness of S Krysh Nashikh Domov and Etazhi to fully realize a more maximalist vision of their crystalline post-punk sound. Written and recorded while the band was quarantined in their hometown of Minsk during the COVID-19 pandemic, Monument is a conscious step up in songwriting and fidelity, and it reveals a band preternaturally comfortable in its own skin. Whether playing to the dancefloor, as they do on the synthpop anthem “Discoteque,” or working more introspectively on pre-pandemic live favorites “Otveta Net” and “Ne Smeshno,” Molchat Doma are in complete control. Their greatest strength has always been their songwriting, and they’ve only gotten better. As the band’s arrangements have grown more sophisticated, so too have the sounds they use to bring them to life. Roman Komogortsev and Pavel Kozlov’s gear arsenal has grown to include an extensive range of synthesizers and drum machines, all of which they deploy with precision. Egor Shkutko’s vocals move fluidly between his familiar deadpan monotone and an expressive croon, his beautifully delivered Russian lyrics at turns bleak and romantic. Shkutko has often been compared to Ian Curtis, but here, he outgrows the comparison. With Monument, Molchat Doma have done one of the hardest things to do as a band. They’ve greatly expanded the scope of their music while retaining everything that made them great in the first place. Black or Blue vinyl. (Sacred Bones Records)
  • It came out of nowhere in 1982, this punk rock/hardcore fireball with the bright yellow sleeve. In one sense, The Zero Boys' Vicious Circle was yet another example of how U.S. punk seemed to peak coast to coast that year. But unlike most coastal punk, the Zero Boys were pointing the way to a scene that could accommodate heaping helpings of melody, intelligence, and rock 'n' roll, not just turbo-charged ferocity. Vinyl version contains a coupon that for a limited time allows you to download MP3 audio files of the recordings. (Secretly Canadian Records)
  • This is the classic debut from Milwaukee's DIE KREUZEN originally released in 1984, who seamlessly blended hardcore-punk with darker elements to create a unique sound that nobody has been able to duplicate. A 24 song must have. More then a classic piece of vinyl - A definitive '80s hardcore band. Vinyl includes a digital download card. (Touch And Go Records)
  • Big Black was started by Steve Albini in 1982 while he was attending Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. Lungs, the first Big Black release was recorded by Steve on a borrowed 4-track. He played everything on the EP himself - except the sax bleating courtesy of pal John Bohnen and the drums courtesy of Roland. Soon after, Steve recruited Jeff Pezzati (Naked Raygun) on bass, and Santiago Durango (also Naked Raygun) joined them on guitar. In 1983, together with live drummer Pat Byrne, they recorded the Bulldozer EP. By 1984, the band had done some touring and recorded the Racer X EP and the start of the Il Duce 7”. After that, Jeff returned to Naked Raygun and was replaced by Dave Riley. In 1985, Big Black recorded their first full-length, Atomizer, as well as finishing the Il Duce 7”. Atomizer was released in 1986 along with the release of the Hammer Party compilation CD. In 1987, the Headache EP and Heartbeat 7” were released. That same year, the band recorded and released the 7” of The Model/He’s A Whore as well as their second full-length album, Songs About Fucking. They toured extensively (for Big Black). And they broke up. (Touch And Go Records)
  • First things first - you don’t need me to tell you about the significance of Australia in the history of punk. I mean, what am I, Jon Savage? Google it yourself, FFS. Instead, let’s just agree that the speedy, feral racket thrown together by the likes of The Saints, Radio Birdman and The Scientists in the mid-late ‘70s is AT LEAST as deliriously entertaining as anything concocted by their UK/US counterparts, sowing the seeds for seemingly endless garage-inflected noisemakers in the land down under. No one likes using words like ‘tradition’ or ‘heritage’ here - the punk rock clusterbomb is far too messy for any of that business - but also emerging from Australian rock’s primordial soup is the addictive sneer of Stiff Richards. Like their predecessors, the band are a gleefully wracked mess of full throttle energy and barrelling power chords, with songs like ‘Kids Out On The Grass’ and ‘Point of You’ proving at least the equal of ‘(I’m) Stranded’ or ‘Aloha Steve And Danno’. Nine tracks in less than 30 minutes, all winners and all determined to leave you flipping over couches and smashing your TV set. And let’s face it, you may as well; there’s nothing good on. It all builds towards frantic closer ‘Fill In The Blanks’, which rattles around your speakers like the UK Subs trying to play Ed Kuepper riffs at the centre of an earthquake, before grinding to a halt as a voice says, “That’s the one.” Does it sound self-satisfied? Hey, it’s got good reason to - this is the best no-frills garage rock party since Gino & The Goons’ ‘Do The Get Around’, and the only appropriate response is to declare yourself betrothed to Stiff Richards because you can’t imagine your life without ‘em. Don’t believe me? Sort out your ears and get ‘State Of Mind’ in ‘em. Rock’n’roll as it’s supposed to be played. (Drunken Sailor Records)
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    Thought you’d missed out on the chance to scoop up one of the best punk albums of 2017? Luckily for you, here’s another opportunity - the debut album from Dallas’ own Slimy Member is back in print. That first pressing evaporated from stores almost as soon as it was released by Drunken Sailor, and now here it is, just in time for Xmas. So happy fucking holidays, and maybe don’t sleep on it this time, cheez. You know the sound already; a meaner-than-thou blast of ominous power chords and lowdown menace with nods to Rudimentary Peni (obviously), Die Kreuzen and the seething rush of early Saccharine Trust. That title, meanwhile, recalls The Cramps while there are even hints of the Misfits and their horror punk brethren - not least in Cesar Perez’s compelling growl, which alternates between a cathartic croon and conjuring images of someone gargling broken glass in an echo chamber. Either way, it sounds fucking great. With an endless stream of punk bands throwing back to the 1980s and somehow getting it very wrong indeed, you’d be forgiven for reading this dumbass precis and thinking, ‘So fucking what?’ But trust me: this record more than holds its own with the bands it draws influence from. It’s a howl from the gutter set to music that makes you want to pile up your belongings and set fire to them while bricking the windows of your local Conservative Club. Alternatively, it’s WAY existential and it fucking slays. Am I swearing too much? I can’t fucking help it. I fucking love this record. Don’t let yourself miss out for a second time. (Drunken Sailor Records)
  • John Waters once said, "The only thing I wanna be is a negative role model for a whole new generation of bored youth." Well, perhaps Baltimore's Cold Feet were the generation that picked up on those sage words, and have crafted their own trashy, hardcore punk anthems on "Punk Entity". Following a promising debut 7" EP and several cassette releases, we find Cold Feet at the height of their game with eight completely scorching tracks. Caught somewhere in the crosshairs of the early 80's USHC craze, like the odd New Englander cousin who caught as much X-Claim! as Mutha Records bands - Cold Feet harness the power of "Get It Away" era SSD, steal the reckless abandon of the first couple N.O.T.A. 7"s, and indulge the bohemian sense of humor that Adrenalin O.D. rocked. These guys are complete underdogs, the secretly smart idiots that allow their guitar player to be Jim Lahey for a Halloween gig and still completely blow the place apart. Cold Feet are here to show ya that they're one of the most true-to-form hardcore bands of contempo HC punk and hammer the point home with "Punk Entity". (Feel It Records)
  • Five years after their seminal “Fake Meets Failure” LP, Red Dons return with their junior album “The Dead Hand of Tradition,” set to be released August 10th on Taken By Surprise Records in Europe and later this summer by Deranged Records in North America. A lot has happened in those five years. Two of the band’s core members Douglas Burns and Hajji Husayn left their hometown Portland, Oregon behind, for Chicago and London. They recorded and released a slew of singles on labels like Grave Mistake and Dirtnap (including a collaboration with TV Smith of UK punk legends The Adverts). Despite the distance between them, they’ve managed to tour regularly in North America and Europe. In January this year they reconvened in Portland to record “The Dead Hand of Tradition” at Buzz Or Howl Studios, the same establishment where they recorded the album’s predecessor. “The Dead Hand of Tradition” features ten new tracks of their signature dark, driving, melodic punk rock sound. The formula of their distinctive songwriting hasn’t changed, but has matured as a result of having five more nomadic years under their belts. These new experiences have only added to the themes of alienation, emigration, and loss present in their music. (Taken By Surprise Records)
  • HAIRCUT | cake | EP

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    With their third EP in three years, HAIRCUT returns with CAKE their newest offering on another local RVA Label, following up after stellar releases on FEEL IT RECORDS and BEACH IMPEDIMENT. Pairing catchy riffs with catchy lyrics, this is the most to-the-point Haircut release yet, where they join their already established sound with a newfound simplicity. Definitely one of the best bands from Richmond's never-ending roster, HAIRCUT is completely relentless with these six tracks. If you like hardcore like then you definitely need CAKE. (11PM Records)
  • "Three years since their debut LP, Dublin's The Number Ones return with a new four track EP that confirms them as kings of pop. ‘Lie to Me’ is a bitter sweet pop song that oozes golden melodies and youthful energy. After one play it’s stuck in your mind and after repeated plays you’ll wonder how you lived without this song in your life. It’s a mix of a classic Good Vibrations single and The Senseless Things before they signed to a major label. ‘Long Way to Go’ is the perfect three minute pop song that could have been released in either in 1979 or 1967. It’s a bubblegum nugget that hints at a record collection full of the Beatles, The Nerves and Protex. On the flip ‘You're So Happy I Could Cry’ keeps the energy and hooks coming whilst ‘Breaking Loose’ has bounce, charm and those gorgeous harmonies that will see the Number Ones possibly break into the mainstream pop world." (Sean Forbes) (Static Shock Records)
  • So if you want to explain to somebody the meaning of Oi, just play this record to him or her. Repress of the first album originally released in 1984 by these pioneers of strictly antifascist skinhead-music from Cardiff. 15 songs, each a killer. Absolutely classic! If you don’t already have it, go get your copy and educate yourself. (Mad Butcher Records)
  • It seems that every time you turn around, there’s another Oh Sees slab. Long ago we lost all capacity to be surprised that this sturdy unit keeps putting out records and that they’re really good. You can now add the Metamorphosed LP to your ever deeper shelf sagging row of John Dwyer and Co.’s seemingly no sleep release schedule. The five tracks were taken from the sessions that formed 2019’s Face Stabber album, a 17 track / 80+ minute jammified four-sider. Metamorphosed would have been the perfect third LP to fit in with the other two. Metamorphosed isn’t just some barrel scrape for those who can’t get enough. All of the five tracks stand up to anything on Face Stabber. The record’s 23+ minute I Got A Lot is one of the coolest songs the band has ever done. (Rock Is Hell Records)
  • The double LP discography from Adelaide’s finest Punk/Hardcore contains all their recordings from 7″ later on as 12″ pressed, the “How to Teach Your Budgie to Talk” LP, and several tracks from the “A Positive Alternative To torture” Tape. The first LP includes the material from their “How to Teach Your Budgie to Talk” LP recorded in june 1985, the 12 tracks sounds like a bit catchy brit punk style. The 2nd LP has the tracks from the tracks from the “A Positive Alternative To torture” Tape which is recorded in 1983, the songs from the “Intoxicated” 7″ EP recorded in 1984 and first time the tracks from the “A Positive Alternative To torture” Tape recorded in ’83 on vinyl. This Discography contains also the tracks from their split LP with Vicious Circle which comes out for their US tour in 1985. The tracks from the split LP are marked. The double LP contains a 16 page full color booklet with massive picture, lyrics posters and liner notes. The first pressing comes in transparent yellow vinyl!! (Power It Up Records)
  • 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 is with Bluttat and Vorkriegsjugend one of the most influential german hardcore punk bands ever. Comes in gatefold sleeve. Lyrics on inside of gatefold. Tracks A1 - B7 taken from 45 Jahre Ohne Bewährung album (1995 Snake Records/ A.M. Music) Tracks C1 + C2 taken from Various - Die Deutsche Punkinvasion II compilation (1996 Snake Records/ A.M. Music) Tracks C3 + C4 taken from Various - Keine Experimente! Vol. II compilation (1984 Weird System) Tracks D1 - D4 performed by Fliehende Stürme live at Rockstation / Halle (Saale) (10/2012) (Major Labels)