• Solid black vinyl (180 grams) with red silkscreen print on B-side limited to 200 copies - 18.00 The return of the Metal/Punk iron fist! 6 brand new tracks from one of the most promising revelations in the current day Japanese underground inferno, a merciless armageddon made of scorching riffage and solos, vitriolic vocals all grinded into a venomous encounter between ’80s Speed Metal and Japanese Hardcore. As we previously described them: “a vicious orgy of metallic Hardcore savagery exploding through incendiary riffs, epic GISM-flavored solos and rabid vocals. A must have for fans of GISM, ZOUO, THE SEXUAL, G.A.T.E.S. and PARASITE!” One sided LP with insert and bonus postcard. (F.O.A.D. Records)
  • Hardcore - more than a style of music, it's a way of life. Few current bands represent that more than MINDSET, and even fewer current records more than their debut full-length, "leave no doubt". This LP is 10 vital tracks of heart, wisdom and passion. No frills, just true straight-edge hardcore. Musically, the LP captures MINDSET at their most powerful, with one foot planted in the classics like YOUTH OF TODAY, ALONE IN A CROWD, FIRST STEP, with the other rooted in creating something truly unique. Lyrically, "leave no doubt" takes an unflinching look at the world and demands that we thrive rather than simply survive. Vinyl includes a digital download card. (React Records) https://reactrecords.bandcamp.com/album/leave-no-doubt
  • People - is there a better combination? This record just makes sense and ETT is proud to bringt this split EP on your turntable. C.O.F.F.I.N and Mini Skirt from Gadigal and Cavanbah, Bundjalung respectively are two NSW bands with swelling reputations and followings for their individual takes on hard Australian rock’n’roll music and energetic approach to live performances. 2020 saw them both releasing full length albums during the deep midst of social lock-downs, in a harsh climate of closed venues and cancelled tours. Both albums were massive independent successes, selling out multiple pressings locally and followed by releases in Europe and USA. Raw, melodic, powerful from the beginning till the last song. Aussies mate. The music scene out there is untouchable. Original and raw. C.O.F.F.I.N and Mini Skirt would like to acknowledge the Gadigal People of the Eora Nation who are the Traditional Custodians of the land on which this recording was made. We pay our respects to their continuing living culture, connection to land, waters, and community. We extend our respects to Elders past, present, and emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded. ALWAYS WAS, AND ALWAYS WILL BE ABORIGINAL LAND. (Erste Theke Records)
  • MINI SKIRT | casino | LP

    18.00 incl. tax
    Killer debut LP from this Byron Bay punk rock & roll band whose sound is somewhat in the same vicinity as The Chats, Stiff Richards, etc., and also have an interesting socio-political edge with their lyrics, so their songs are NOT all about thongs and meat pies. The delivery is urgent, the tunes are hot - this is great! (Erste Theke Records)
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    • Special limited edition double LP collection of early rare tracks and versions from Al Jourgensen’s Ministry and various side projects pressed on purple vinyl with printed inner sleeve! • Includes the super rare RevCo track “Drums Along The Carbide!" (Cleopatra ‎– CLO 0356)
  • Psalm 69: The Way to Succeed and the Way to Suck Eggs (or as simply referred to as Psalm 69) is the common title for the fifth studio album by industrial metal band Ministry, released in 1992 on Sire Records. The actual title of the album is ΚΕΦΑΛΗΞΘ, which is made up of κεφαλή (kephal), a Greek word meaning "head", and ΞΘ, the number 69 in Greek numerals. The title Psalm 69 is used for simplicity's sake. The album gave Ministry a more mainstream audience, with the track "Jesus Built My Hotrod" receiving major airplay on MTV and various other music stations. Psalm 69 also marked Ministry's first release with guitarist Mike Scaccia, who was recruited by band frontman and founder Al Jourgensen in 1989. Sealed brand new 180 gram vinyl, issued with a printed inner sleeve with credits. (Sire Records/Rhino Records/2011)
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    Recorded at inner ear studios, arlington, virginia between april 1981 and december 1983. the washington, d.c. straightedge hardcore punk scene began with minor threat. the band recorded two lps on its own dischord label, plus an ep and the miscellaneous singles that are collected on this cd. many of the early recordings on this collection seethe with teen-age angst and indignation. the songs rage against bullies, religious hypocrisy, and the herd mentality. other songs, taken from later in minor threat's career, feature tighter and more sophisticated playing. metallic flourishes tinge the guitar work, vocal harmonies abound, and song dynamics vary more than on the earlier record. on certain songs, ian mackaye's lyrics address the complexities of friendship, loyalty, and self-expression. 'look back and laugh,' 'little friend,' and 'it follows' all incline more toward introspection and ambiguity; conveying loss and sadness in addition to outrage. this second set of songs seems to especially anticipate mackaye's later work with fugazi. the album also contains a few playful numbers like the sing-along cover of 'stepping stone,' and 'cashing in,' a mocking dig at greedy musicians. minor threat believed completely in the power of its music, helping earn a loyal fan following and the respect of numerous other bands who emulated its style and credo. (Dischord Records)
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    Minor Threat's first demo tape, recorded in February and March of 1981 at Inner Ear Studios with Skip Groff and Don Zientara. (Dischord Records) https://minorthreat.bandcamp.com/album/first-demo-tape    
  • Here Minor Threat get one of their most defiant and raucous live performances re-released on a proper LP, after only four tracks from the show were originally released on 'bootleg' wax, by the band themselves. Here Suicidal Records give all 16 bits from the half-hour show at NYC's Irving Plaza a new run for their money - of course, we'd expect such a curt punk band could fit that many songs into such a short space of time. Raw, airy, and to the point, classics 'Straight Edge' and 'Bottled Violence' make an appearance, but barely get a couple of minutes to their name each. The live versions of 'Little Friend' and 'Stepping Stone' are more developed, but sound yet no less hard hitting. From DC to NY, the OG punk abstainers' brand of detox punk shines best here. Tracklist Side 1 1. "Straight Edge" 2. "Seeing Red" 3. "Little Friend" 4. "Filler" 5. "Small Man Big Mouth" 6. "No Reason" 7. "Minor Threat" 8. "Stand Up" Side 2 1. "12XU" 2. "Bottled Violence" 3. "Out Of Step" 4. "Asshole Dub" 5. "Screaming At A Wall" 6. "Guilty Of Being White" 7. "Steeping Stone" 8. "In My Eyes" (Suicidal Records/Fan Club)
  • Out of Step is the sole studio album by American hardcore punk band Minor Threat. It was released on 45 RPM vinyl in April 1983 through Dischord Records. Along with the fellow Washington D.C. hardcore band BAD BRAINS, MINOR THREAT set the standard for many hardcore-punk bands in the '80s. Where the lyrics on their early 7"s were an outlet for Ian's message, the lyrics on "out of step" deal mainly with friendships. MINOR THREAT is without a doubt one of the most influential hardcore bands ever. Every song is inventive, original, and can stand on its own as a punk classic. This vinyl (on 45rpm) was remastered and re-cut, features an album sleeve re-design from the original artwork and comes with a digital download card. (Dischord Records)  
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    Salad Days is the final EP by the American hardcore punk band Minor Threat. It was released in July 1985, two years after the band's breakup, through Dischord Records with the catalog number DIS 015. The EP differs somewhat from the band's previous material. All songs are slower, making a slight departure from the group's hardcore punk style. Tracks "Good Guys" (a remake of The Standells' song "Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White") and "Salad Days" both feature an acoustic guitar, and "Salad Days" also has chimes. (Dischord Records)    
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    Tracks 1-8 are from the 1st MINOR THREAT 7" (1981) . Tracks 9-12 are from the "in my eyes" 7" (1981) plus one track from "flex your head" compilation. This is one of the best LP's you can get. Hardcore at it's finest. If you are into any kind of hardcore you should definetly look into MINOR THREAT. MINOR THREAT was one of the most influential bands from the 80's D.C. hardcore scene and this album proves it. Every song is inventive, original, and can stand on its own as a punk classic. This vinyl (on 45rpm) was remastered and re-cut, features an album sleeve re-design from the original artwork and comes with a digital download card. (Dischord Records)    
  • MINOR THREAT | Slipmat

    15.00 incl. tax
    Αντιστατική τσόχα για το πλατό του πικάπ διαμέτρου 30 εκ. Υψηλή ποιότητα, βάρος 45 γρ., πάχος περίπου 2,5 χιλ. Ιδανικό δώρο για ντιτζέι και λάτρεις του βινυλίου. Περιορίζει βλάβες-γρατζουνιές και προστατεύει το βινύλιο. 12´´ slipmat, diameter 30 cm High quality 16 ounce felt approx. 2,5mm thick Gift idea for DJs and vinyl lovers Reduces damages/ scratches and protects the vinyl
  • MINOR THREAT | T-shirt

    14.00 incl. tax
    Hand made high quality silk screen print. Gildan Heavy Cotton T-shirt. 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).
  • On the 2nd January, 1983 Minor Threat played the "555" Show at the 9.30 Club which comprised of Minor Threat, Faith and Marginal Man. This was the first time all 3 bands played as a 5 piece. Songs 1-17 are from Minor Threat's first set and shows what a powerful force they were. Songs 18-21 were recorded at the Lansburgh Center 29th March, 1983, where Minor Threat played with the Big Boys. It was pretty obvious the spark had gone and this was the last show Minor Threat ever played. This show was notable as it was the only time they played all 3 songs from The Salad Days 7". TRACKLIST A1 Minor Threat A2 Filler A3 I Don't Wanna Hear It A4 Think Again A5 No Reason A6 Small Man Big Mouth A7 Little Friend A8 Seeing Red A9 Betray A10 Stepping Stone B11 Out Of Step B12 1 2 X U B13 Sob Story B14 Bottled Violence B15 It Follows B16 Screaming At A Wall B17 In My Eyes B18 Stumped B19 Salad Days B20 No Reason B21 Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White (Vinyl Ink Records - INK1982-2022/Fan Club)
  • MISANTROPIC are back. You know what to expect: fast d-beat and double bass drums, metallic thrashing punked up riffs, bulldozing bass lines and angry pissed off vocals. A hardcore holocaust. (Scream Records/Insane Society Records/Halvfabrikat Records)  
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    This is a pretty good fanclub release that I've never seen around. All the songs are in chronological order and the insert shows all the original singles artwork. Tracks A1 & A2 originally from the Cough / Cool 7" Tracks A3 to A6 originally from the Bullet 7" Tracks A7 to A9 originally from the Horror Business 7" Tracks A10 to A12 originally from the Night Of The Living Dead 7" Tracks B13 to B14 originally from the Halloween 7" Tracks B15 & B17 originally from the 3 Hits From Hell 7" Tracks B18 to B20 originally from the Die Die My Darling 12" Track B21 from the unreleased Teenagers From Mars 7" Track B22 from the unreleased Who Killed Marilyn? 12" Track B23 from the Beware 12" (Fan Club/Unofficial Release) https://youtu.be/N__rhKw2UHU
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    Danzig and horror crew live action from Hollywood Babylon. Line Up: Bass – Jerry Only, Drums – Robo, Guitar – Doyle, Vocals – Glenn Danzig Tracklising: I Turned Into A Martian Eyes All Hell Breaks Loose Skulls Green Hell London Dungeon Nike A Go Go Mommy, Can I Go Out And Kill Tonight? Devils Whorehouse Astro Zombies Demonomania Violent World Bullet Vampira We Bite Last Caress Night Of The Living Dead Horror Business Devilock We Are 138 (Suicidal/Unofficial Release)
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    MISFITS | Slipmat

    15.00 incl. tax
    Αντιστατική τσόχα για το πλατό του πικάπ διαμέτρου 30 εκ. Υψηλή ποιότητα, βάρος 45 γρ., πάχος περίπου 2,5 χιλ. Ιδανικό δώρο για ντιτζέι και λάτρεις του βινυλίου. Περιορίζει βλάβες-γρατζουνιές και προστατεύει το βινύλιο. 12´´ slipmat, diameter 30 cm High quality 16 ounce felt approx. 2,5mm thick Gift idea for DJs and vinyl lovers Reduces damages/ scratches and protects the vinyl
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    MISFITS | static age | LP

    18.50 incl. tax
    Static Age is an album by the American horror punk band Misfits, recorded in 1978. Although it was the first album the band ever recorded, it was not released in its entirety until 1996. In August 1977 The Misfits released their debut single "Cough/Cool" on Blank Records, a label operated by the band's lead vocalist Glenn Danzig. Several months later Mercury Records issued a Pere Ubu record on their own Blank Records imprint, unaware that Danzig held a trademark on the name. The parties came to a settlement, with Danzig accepting thirty hours of studio time for his band in exchange for the rights to the Blank Records name. In January and February 1978 the Misfits, then consisting of Danzig, guitarist Franché Coma, bassist Jerry Only, and drummer Mr. Jim, recorded seventeen songs at C.I. Recordings in New York City with engineer and producer Dave Achelis. Due to time constraints, the band recorded the songs live in the studio with only a few takes and very few overdubs. Ultimately fourteen of the seventeen tracks produced during the sessions were assembled for the Misfits' anticipated debut album, to be titled Static Age. However, the band were unable to find a record label interested in releasing the album. Instead, the Misfits released four of the new tracks ("Bullet", "We Are 138", "Attitude", and "Hollywood Babylon") as the "Bullet" single in June 1978 on Danzig's newly created label Plan 9 Records (the same four tracks, along with a remixed version of "Last Caress", were reissued on the Beware EP in January 1980). While on tour in Canada that October, guitarist Franché Coma abruptly quit the band, followed by drummer Mr. Jim at the tour's conclusion. With the band's future far from certain, the Static Age recordings were shelved indefinitely. Danzig recruited new members Bobby Steele and Joey Image and the Misfits shifted their style away from the traditional punk rock of the Static Age sessions to a more horror film-inspired direction. None of the remaining Static Age tracks were released during the early era of the band, though a re-recorded version of "Teenagers from Mars" appeared on the "Horror Business" single in 1979, and a live version of "We Are 138" appeared on the Evilive EP in 1982. After the band's breakup in 1983, Danzig overdubbed guitar and bass tracks on nine of the unreleased Static Age tracks ("Static Age", "TV Casualty", "Hybrid Moments", "Come Back", "Some Kinda Hate", "Theme for a Jackal", "Angelfuck", "Spinal Remains", and "She"), releasing these new versions on the 1985 Legacy of Brutality compilation album. Misfits followed in 1986, reissuing the tracks "Bullet" and "Hollywood Babylon" as well as the overdubbed version of "She". Collection II (1995) reissued "We Are 138" and "Attitude", the remixed version of "Last Caress", and the previously unreleased "Return of the Fly". With the release of the Misfits box set in 1996, the complete original Static Age album saw the light of day for the first time, eighteen years after the songs were recorded. The box set included all three compilation albums as well as a disc with all fourteen Static Age tracks that had been mixed in 1978. The remaining three tracks, "She", "Spinal Remains", and "In the Doorway", were mixed by Alan Douches and Tom Bejgrowicz on February 24, 1997, at West West Side Music and were included when Static Age was finally released as a standalone album that July. "In the Doorway" had never before been released, as it had remained unmixed on the master tapes for nineteen years. The album also included an unlisted eighteenth track consisting of a collage of studio banter and outtakes. Includes double sided insert. (D&V Records/Unofficial Release)
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    MISFITS | T-shirt

    14.00 incl. tax
    Hand made high quality silk screen print. Gildan Heavy Cotton T-shirt. 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).
  • If the Misfits were one of the greatest punk bands then Walk Among Us released in 1982 is perhaps one of the greatest records in punk history. While Static Age and Earth AD showcased a band searching for an identity like a vampire for its next victim, Walk Among Us is almost sheer perfection. With a solidified lineup, fully grown-out devillocks (the Misfits trademark long spike of hair in the front) and the stabilizing presence of the somewhat pedestrian but agile arthur googy on drums, uber-misfit Glenn Danzig was finally able to match his zombie-elvis to a worthy musical foil. From the manic opening of 20 Eyes to the monster football chorus of Braineaters, there is nothing less than a sublime moment on this album from start to finish. Astro Zombies or I Turned into a Martian sound like songs to raise the dead by. a special bonus is perhaps the tenderest love song to decapitation (Skulls) in recent memory. Lp comes with double sided insert. (Ruby Records/Unofficial)
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    Earache Records, black vinyl, Licensed high quality re-issue of one of the definitive American punk classics. A classic record with the highly coveted Earache catalogue number MOSH666. Exclusive European pressing. All units to be pressed on heavyweight 180g vinyl with a 350gsm heavyweight sleeve. The inner bag features a new logo based design, differentiating it from previously released product. If the Misfits were one of the greatest punk bands then Walk Among Us released in 1982 is perhaps one of the greatest records in punk history. While Static Age and Earth AD showcased a band searching for an identity like a vampire for its next victim, Walk Among Us is almost sheer perfection. With a solidified lineup, fully grown-out devillocks (the Misfits trademark long spike of hair in the front) and the stabilizing presence of the somewhat pedestrian but agile arthur googy on drums, uber-misfit Glenn Danzig was finally able to match his zombie-elvis to a worthy musical foil. From the manic opening of 20 Eyes to the monster football chorus of Braineaters, there is nothing less than a sublime moment on this album from start to finish. Astro Zombies or I Turned into a Martian sound like songs to raise the dead by. a special bonus is perhaps the tenderest love song to decapitation (Skulls) in recent memory. (Earache Records)
  • Mižerija's demo struck us with its rebellious attitude, infectious melancholic vibes and heavy pop sensibilities. On first listen, the band evokes some early BOYE/KAOS demos, but it's charged with both a strong punk attitude and a breeze of modern dark pop/post punk freshness. If you like the melancholic and catchy sides of UK anarcho punk and ex-YU post-punk/new-wave, we suggest that you do not sleep on Mižerija. There are some noisy moments here that recall the "Yes Sir I Will" CRASS era, there's a Honey Bane style shouted femme vocal thing going on and there are also some danceable aspects in the rhythm, which we totally adore! This is anarcho-pop wrapped up in barbed wire and updated for the new dark ages! Take notice that on this vinyl demo pressing you also get to hear one extra song from the same recording session. Limited to 524 copies. 420 on black and 104 limited baby blue color available for mailorder only. Each record comes with screenprinted cover, risographed insert and xeroxed lyrics sheet with english translation. Front cover: Niđo, Layout: Bodež. (Doomtown Records)
  • Chicago’s MOCK EXECUTION return with 9 tracks of unadulterated sonic aggression. Their debut LP Killed By Mock Execution takes cues from the dirtier sides of both Finnish and Japanese hardcore while keeping their engineer boots firmly set on the traditional UK crust sound of yesteryear. Executing a magnificent hybrid of DOOM and GLOOM, GAI, KAAOS, and the entire early 2000’s Crust War catalogue, MOCK EXECUTION tear through flanger solos, huge crash cymbals, burly driven bass and NO SECURITY split era intros and that’s only part way to the band’s sound. Recorded by the band on an 8 track tape recorder at their tiny practice space, during the height of global pandemic and civil unrest in the USA between 2020 and 2021, and graced with artwork by the inimitable Monykaos. (La Vida Es Un Mus Records)

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