• The post-hardcore band Orange 9mm released their debut studio album Driver not Included in 1995. Listeners will get excited about their East Coast hardcore with flashes of metal and funk. This album rocks hard, but slows down to give the listener a break from all their energy and raw power. "High Speed Changer" and "Cutting and Draining" are two outstanding tracks. With the forceful choruses and intensive bass riffs they're giving you just a quick moment to catch some breath, before the band's moving on to the next song. It definitely deserves a place among the list of important '90s hardcore releases. Driver not Included is available as a limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on flame coloured (yellow & orange) vinyl. 180 gram audiophile vinyl Including insert Limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on flame coloured (yellow & orange mixed) vinyl (Music On Vinyl Records)
  • ‘Re-evolve’ is a story of a romantic thinking about the world of peace, respect for human and animal life and earth liberation, meeting the brutality of metal, crust d-beat and harsh but atmospheric guitars. Lyrically, the band touches important sociological issues evolving around one main topic: human greed and selfishness, as according to the band, human thinking needs to re-evolve unless we want to live in the world of wars and exploitation. (Various Labels) https://orphanagenamedearth.bandcamp.com/album/re-evolve
  • 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)
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    Gildan heavy cotton t-shirt 100% cotton. All the water-based inks for screenprints have an eco-passport verification. Every stamp and logo is hand pulled silk screen print. 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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    Here is finally the repressing of one of the best street punk albums of the 90s. Originally released in 1995, the Oxymoron impressed the punk scene with this 1st album. Almost carrying a new style, they bring the style of the 80s up to date by taking the best of punk sound and the best of oï sound against a background of unity that had long since disappeared. "Fuck the 90?s" made Oxymoron one of the pioneers of street punk. And it's not for nothing that the label's name is Dirty Punk Records! A raw and aggressive sound, punk texts, doc Marteens, mohicans and especially hits throughout the album. A pure wonder! (Dirty Punk Records)
  • Swedish KDB punkers ultimate retrospective -- all the singles and rare tracks. Track A1 - A3 from the 1979 Jugend EP, track A4 - A6 from the unreleased 1981 recording, A7 - B3 from the 1982 recording, later released by Really Fast records ”Världskrig III”. Track B4 - B8 from ”Kalla Den Va Fan Du Vill”, released on CD 2007. Released on Black vinyl and gatefold sleeve. Limited edition 200 copies. (Ken Rock Records)
  • These Houston monsters of Grindcore mayhem refuse to settle for anything other than pure, unleashed Grindcore (Naplam Death/Carcass) tinged with a raw death metal punishment of classic Kreator. This new recording devastates with whirlwind, raw guitars and guttural puking vocals by founding member Dave Callier. Bryan Fajardo's precise, jaw dropping attack on the drums delivers as always, melting ears and stirring a sense of pure awe at his talent. One of the best in extreme music. This band relies on an absolute dedication and love for the genre. Truly one of the best going, and likely, one of the best ever. (Six Weeks Records)  
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    First time on vinyl. All songs mastered from original master source. Inlay has complete fanzine that appears in original tape release. The original tape was done in 1982 in 100 copies. 250 copies for sale in black vinyl. (Rest In Punk Records)
  • 40th anniversary Paraf debut and the most important Croatian punk album all the time. In the spirit of the original release of "a dan je tako lijepo počeo" (And the day started so nicely), Dallas Records presents a new special edition of the first album by the punk band Paraf. It is a key album of the Yugoslav and one of the key albums of the continental European punk scene. This most important Croatian punk album was released on June 5, 1980, and flashed the first lineup of Parafov into the anthology of local and European punk subculture, as well as into the annals of regional pop culture. A special edition of the original mix mix brings four bonus tracks "Rijeka" and "Moj život je novi val" from their live album, released in 1979, a single version of "Narodne pjesme" from the compilation New Punk Wave 78-80 and a performance of the cult song "Goli otok" from live performance in 1979 in Pula. The band debut album A dan je tako lijepo počeo... (And The Day Started Out So Nicely...) was released by ZKP RTLJ in the Spring of 1980. Due to provocative lyrics, the album was classified as kitsch product, and thus liable to additional taxation, despite subsequent changes to some of the lyrics as well as the selection of a different album cover. In line with the punk rock ideology, the band addressed several topics which were at the time new to the Yugoslav rock: the songs featured ironic usages of communist slogans, mocked, at the time, one of the most popular bands, Bijelo Dugme, in the song "Pritanga i vaza", insulting the police in the censored version of "Narodna pjesma", and dealt with social themes typical for a port city. The album was produced by the band's close associate Goran Lisica "Fox", assisted by Igor Vidmar. Even 40 years later, the album “And the day started so beautifully” sounds strong, destructive, dangerous, daring and fresh. Valter Kocijančić, Zdravko Čabrijan and Dušan Ladavac Pjer successfully combined initial punk simplicity with relentless juvenile rebellion against boring everyday life in 14 songs released on the album. That’s why this album sounds so strong today. As Igor Vidmar, one of the producers of the album, said: “The initials were an anticipation of the coming crisis, in the sense of a precursor to social disappointment and the efforts of socially subordinate classes to express their individuality in any way. ” The original press release that accompanied the album reads: “The initials sing about a street that can be ridiculous and humorous, about the difficult and torturous street of teenage doubts, passions, separate mythologies and one's own perspective… so this album brings irony, ridicule, madness and free access to the taboos of the average petty-bourgeois everyday life. Until then, almost unimaginable in Yugoslav popular music, such an approach provided Paraf with an undeniable cultural pedestal. ” ‘The initials predicted that there would be a breakdown of the system that had been maintained on army and militia apparatus after Tito’s death. They shattered social illusions about the eternity of this system, in the form of punk, which at first they didn’t even know what it sounded like, but they sensed it had to be easy, fast, daring, provocative and loud ’. Aleksandar Dragash 'The Great Castle, the National Song and its sarcastically murderous refrain' There is no one better than our police 'or the equally destructive Long Live Yugoslavia, whose whole text is composed of political slogans and ideological' great truths', still holds water today as well as striking language singles Sex of the Pistols who provoked anarchy in Britain and celebrated the Queen or the call of the Clashes for a white uprising." ‘If Paraf were just the first punk rock band in Croatia, that would be more than enough, let alone the fact that after the first album they left behind three punk rock anthems for all time in this area. The first album "A dan je tako lepo pocelo" is measured by all punk rock dimensions and today the best album of the Croats. ' (Dallas Records)
  • Inspired by Killing Joke, UK DEcay, Theatre Of Hate and 77 punk rock, Paralisis Permanente formed in Madrid in 1981. This record is an awesome collection of most of this bands (non-bootleg) singles. The music is in Spanish and if you like Alaska y Los Pegamoides (their previous band) then you will love this one. This album's songs and lyrics are dark and is just a great album. I recommend it to whoever likes Paralisis Permanente and will always be a fan of their work and of Eduardo Benavente. (Sonidos Perdidos/Unofficial)
  • Paranoid is a Swedish hardcore-raw-punk-metal band from Frösön/Östersund, formed in 2012. The foundation is in Disclose-inspired noise blended with Venom-styled black metal. A destructive vortex of violently rotating northern winds of head banging chaos and pure d-beat fury. The intense sound combines the best traditions of swedish råpunk and loud japanese insanity. CD contains 3 “hidden” Disclose covers!!!! (Southern Lord Records)
  • PARANOID | satyagraha | LP

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    Paranoid is a Swedish hardcore-raw-punk-metal band from Frösön/Östersund, formed in 2012. The foundation is in Disclose-inspired noise blended with Venom-styled black metal. A destructive vortex of violently rotating northern winds of head banging chaos and pure d-beat fury. The intense sound combines the best traditions of swedish råpunk and loud japanese insanity. (Southern Lord Records)
  • 3rd album from D-beat/Crust band from Sweden with members from Asocial, Uncurbed, Diskonto, Retaliation, Fleshrevels. All-star team, right? Pure raw hardcore madness! (Phobia Records)
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    19 track round up of demos from The Partisans who formed in Bridgend, South Wales in 1978 and ended up being one of the cream of the UK82 punk movement. The first side of the LP has 10 tracks recorded in April 1980 in one day and like bands in their early years - it features mainly covers. It includes songs from the Sex Pistols, Stiff Little Fingers, UK Subs, Buzzcocks, UK Subs, Cockney Rejects and yes even more UK Subs. It also has primitive and raw versions of future Partisans classics No Time and I Don’t Give a Fuck. This demo has never been heard or released in any form. Less than a year later, February 1981 with Savage leaving and Louise joining on bass, the band have their most well know line up and are in full flow with a 6 track demo that was sent to No Future Records. It’s not surprising the label snapped them up straight away as the recordings are high energy and full of anthemic gems. The label released Police Story and Killing Machine as the debut 7” direct from these recordings. The other four tracks from this demo have never been released on vinyl. The last three tracks on the LP are the demos from 1982 recorded for No Future for the 17 Years of Hell Single. Rawer and more punk than the actual well know versions. All members of the bands helped in this release and shared original masters from which everything was remastered plus archive from their own personal collections including photos galore, handouts, ticket stubs, interviews etc which are included in the 28 Page Booklet. (Sealed Records)
  • The irate and gloomy sounds of Cleveland, London, Stoke-on-Trent, and any other hub of negative reinforcement in-between, needs a soundtrack to get across a message that words could never convey. ‘Second to None’ from infamous London Straight Edge band Payday, est. 2016, is one such soundtrack, giving no space for a breather whilst providing a realisation that life is for living on the edge now or never, and never is not an option. From the opening title track to the crawling ‘Are You Alone?’, that holds on with scraping nails as it fades slowly into oblivion, Payday provide lessons learned from growing up in The Big Smoke. Vocalist Marco Abbatiello lets you know that any slip ups will prove fatal, such as on Touch Ah Button, a nod to the UK Hip Hop classic of the same name, as dive bombs soar to heights that will make any sellout reach for their nappies. The message may be obvious, the melee of influences to get it across is anything but for a straight edge band in 2019, such as Ringworm and Integrity. Whilst others shout about positivity, Payday are living in hell without the comfort of escapism, just cold, hard and ugly truths, such as on ‘The Maze’, ‘Whitewash I’ and ‘Whitewash II’. They ask the hard questions with your answers not wanted. Second to None by name and nature, the reality of your choices always fall at your feet. Check out the LP on bandcamp. (Quality Control Records) https://qualitycontrolhq.bandcamp.com/album/second-to-none
  • Pelican, the instrumental quartet whose singular vision of heavy music eschews classification, are set to release their first new music in almost six years. Channeling the visceral bombast of their live shows, “Midnight and Mescaline” is an unrelenting riff marathon, careening from bombastic heaviness to metal-infused fretboard frenetics to cathartic melody in under five minutes. Paired with b-side “Darkness on the Stairs”*** the new release taps into the band member’s shared roots in the late 90s DIY music scene, exuding an undeniably punk intensity and propensity for impassioned ferocity. ***contains unreleased track: “Darkness on the Stairs” Tracklist A Midnight And Mescaline 4:56 B Darkness On The Stairs 4:48 (Southern Lord Records)
  • Their 1995 classic album About Time brought Pennywise to mainstream acknowledgement with songs "Same Old Story," "Perfect People," and "Every Single Day" hitting international airwaves. Pennywise have made a name for themselves as a politically minded, melodic punk band that has sold millions of albums and have become legends in the punk scene. Formed in 1988, the band played backyard parties in their hometown of Hermosa Beach, California, without having any aspirations other than playing as many songs as they could before the police showed up. Hermosa Beach and the surrounding neighborhoods are a prominent place in popular culture, with groups like Black Flag, The Circle Jerks and Descendants merging a fast rebellious sound with the surrounding aggressive surf and skate culture. Inspired by their predecessors, Pennywise were at the forefront of a second wave of American punk rock that would catapult the movement from a tight-knit subculture into a worldwide movement. (Epitaph Records)
  • Pennywise is the self-titled debut album by the punk band Pennywise, released on Epitaph Records on October 22, 1991. 2018 reissue their first LP. (Epitaph 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)
  • In the vocabulary of Svart Records the word “hardcore” has no connotations to metal or adult entertainment. Instead, the word brings up images of mohawk-waving punks in studded jackets with amps cranked to eleven, blasting out burst of riffs played at speeds which break necks and damage hearing. Enter PERIKATO, three years after their last 7 inch, with a full length album. The members have been busy with other bands such as Kohti Tuhoa, Speedtrap and Horse Latitudes. Perikato’s means of expression is classic hardcore punk in an early eighties style, often compared to bands like Kirous, Isterismo, Wretched. At times the foursome’s pummeling onslaught borders on power violence, even. Although one might think that for a genre as relentless as hardcore punk seven inch EPs might be the best dosage, Perikato possess enough creativity to capture one’s attention for the entire span of these 18 tunes.The CD version of Kuka hyötyy also includes the two earlier EPs, which make their CD debut. The album is, naturally, also available on classic 12 inch wax. (Svart Records)  
  • The latest record from London's Permission perfects their thin savage sound that they've been refining for three records now. Restless manic hardcore, squirming with fury. While some hardcore attacks with sheer force or repetitive brutality, PERMISSION’s riffs whip back and forth like loose firehose, and though there may be some spiritual ancestors in the likes of weirder, more discomfiting ends of 80s hardcore like DIE KREUZEN or MECHT MENSCH, PERMISSION’s angle of attack, their style of itchy marshalled chaos, unpredictable yet never disjointed, is very much their own. (Joe Briggs) Organised People Suffer sleeve and poster designed by guitarist Ralph Simmonds with a lyric insert designed by drummer Lloyd Clipston. (La Vida Es Un Mus Records) https://lavidaesunmus.bandcamp.com/album/organised-people-suffer
  • The fourth full-length by the UK punk legends, originally released in 1985, sees a reissue on vinyl! This one is the epitome of childish, unrefined and perfect punk rock and roll. With such deep, poetic titles as 'We're Too Drunk', 'Pick Yer Nose (And Eat It)' or 'Beat Up The Mods', you know what you're getting! (Radiation Records)
  • Formed in 1978 in the sleepy Brighton suburb of Peacehaven, Peter & The Test Tube Babies are one of the most legendary bands of the first wave of UK Oi! and punk. Known for their sarcastic, tongue-in-cheek lyrics and explosive live show, the band has been rocking stages for nearly 4 decades and are still going strong. Pissed & Proud, originally released in 1982, is their debut full-length album. They had previously released numerous singles and compilation tracks, but this live album - recorded in Hammersmith, Wood Green, and their original stomping ground, Brighton - was their biggest release yet. Not many bands debut with a live album, but for Peter & The Test Tube Babies, who were at that point legends for their live show, it made perfect sense. Essential UK Oi! reissued on vinyl, enjoy P&TTTB at their rawest, very best. (Radiation Records)
  • Formed in 1978 in the smalltown of Peacehaven by Del Strangefish and Pete Bywaters, Peter & The Test Tube Babies have been one of the most representative and longest running UK OI! bands ever. Unlike most bands of this ilk, their line-up remained pretty stable through the years, mostly thanks to Peter and Del never giving up the ghost. This unique collection gathers together the A and B sides from the Test Tubes early, most successful years starting with their 1982 debut single on the legendary No Future label, up to their later hits on Jungle and Trapper Records ending 1985. This essential collection provides a close look at the band's peak, and includes the UK Indie Chart hits "Banned From The Pubs" (#10), "Run Like Hell" (#2), "Zombie Creeping Flesh" (#2), "Blown Out Again" (#40), "Wimpeez" (#8) and "Keys Of The City" (#14). (Radiation Records)