• Official reissue their 12' from 1984 with 9 bonus songs. Exitstance were a punk bank in the early 80's who recorded for Conflict's Mortarhate label. They gigged a lot throughout Europe whist following Crass around with Conflict. They have a unique sound with vocalist Sean providing gruff no no-nonsense vocals. The group built up a good following around their local Milton Keynes area, which quickly spread throughout the UK Europe and USA etc. The group attacked all forms of government oppression, but paid particular interest to the Irish situation and linked this to animal rights. There was controversy when they were wrongly accused of being sympathetic to the IRA. However they emphasised that they were 'A' political, and that they had no affiliation or sympathies with any organisation, individual, party, religion or state that uses violence to obtain power, confirming an outlook that was originally printed on their first single. Tracks 1 to 7 originally released as the While Backs Are Turned... (1984) Mini LP on Mortarhate Records. Tracks 8 to 10 originally released as the Crime Against Humanity (1984) single on Fight Back Records. Tracks 11 to 16 is a compilation of demos and unreleased tracks. (PHR Records)
  • This is it! The best EXTORTION record! Their first full length, finally available again on vinyl. This is a masterpiece of modern powerviolence and in my opinion one of the best Australian hardcore LPs of all time. Don’t miss out on it this time round! Absolutely Essential! Extortion is a Hardcore Punk band from Perth, Western Australia. I absolutely love the vocals. if you like bands like Siege, Infest, Crossed Out, Negative fx, Poison Idea, Nailed Down, Dwarves, No Comment, then this band is for you. (Deep Six Records) https://extortion.bandcamp.com/album/degenerate
  • Arguably the most potent musical force Australian music has seen in the last couple years, Perth's EXTORTION are set to launch a fresh attack on the senses with their latest balls-out thrash incursion, "loose screws". A 12 track effort pushes EXTORTION's well-established power-violence sound to face-ripping new extremes. Recorded across 3 continents, the basic tracks were laid down in California by producer Dan Rathbun (Tragedy, His Hero is Gone, Talk Is Poison), then completed vocals in Perth. As one final flourish, UK-based celebrity EXTORTION fan, Barney of NAPALM DEATH, added his unmistakable roar to the aptly titled "grind to a halt". (Deep Six Records / Draw Blank Records)
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    Formed in 1985 as one of the leading figures of the burgeoning UK grindcore scene (along with such acts as Carcass or Napalm Death), Extreme Noise Terror's popularity immediately went over the roof as they became one of the personal faves of no less than John Peel, who went on to give them three session (the first and the last of which were soon released on Strange Fruit). This legendary perfomance at the Fulham Greyhound, recorded when the band was on top of their game, shows one of most influential names in the metal and punk scene at their rawest and most ferocious. 'Bullshit Propaganda', 'Show Us You Care', Another Nail In The Coffin', are just a few of the hits captured that night on this recently exhumed recording, on vinyl for the first time in this fully-legit, remastered and beatifully packaged version. (Radiation Records)
  • "The fall of 1981 found the Washington, DC punk scene in one of the first of many fallow periods when a number of active bands broke up at the same time. SOA, Minor Threat, Red C and The Untouchables had all split up, and this resulted in a number of the musicians reorganizing. Mike and Ivor from SOA formed a new band with Alec of The Untouchables singing and another Wilson High School kid, Chris Bald, on bass. They called themselves 'The Faith' and played their first show at H.B. Woodlawn High School in November '81. At the end of 1982, Eddie (also a former member of The Untouchables) joined Faith as a second guitarist and six months later they recorded the Subject to Change 12" EP. Though clocking in at less than 14 minutes, this record was hugely important to the people here in D.C. and to others around the country and the world that were interested in the music here. On Subject to Change Faith introduced a layered melodic approach that would blossom fully in later Faith-related bands like Rites of Spring and Embrace. Unfortunately, by the time anybody heard Subject to Change, the band was no more. The interpersonal strife proved too much and Faith played their last show in August 1983. The record was released posthumously four months later. While Minor Threat is often held up as the preeminent DC band of the early years, for many of the people living here it was with the Faith that they felt the strongest connection to, and it was a sad day when they played their last show. For this reissued edition of Subject to Change we have expanded the release from its original EP format into a full-length with the addition of 11 tracks from the band's first demo recorded in 1981 at Inner Ear Studios. Most of these songs were later re-recorded and included on the band's 1982 split LP with Void (DIS 008LP)." (Dischord Records) https://faith.bandcamp.com/album/subject-to-change-plus-first-demo
  • FCK NZS | T-shirt

    11.00 incl. tax
    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.
  • The debut Full length from FED UP! 16 tracks of brutal and raw NYHC. For fans of The Abused, Agnostic Front, Cro-Mags, Sick Of It All, Warzone, YDL, Antidote, ect... (United Riot Records)
  • Following their 2017 debut, "Don't Stop The Youth," California's own Fireburn presents "Shine b/w The Controller." This two-track 7" single is in anticipation of the bands upcoming Spring 2018 US appearances with American Nightmare, G.B.H, and Kill Your Idols, and at Punk Rock Bowling and United Blood Fest. 7" includes digital download. (Closed Casket Records) https://fireburnhc.bandcamp.com/album/shine-b-w-controller
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    Forming in 2014, Fury established themselves quickly, releasing both a demo on Washington, D.C.’s Mosher Delight Records and the “Kingdom Come” EP on Boston’s Triple B Records in the same calendar year. They built on the melodic legacy of Orange County by way of heavy, rhythmic, start-stop guitars and Stith’s wordy and referential lyrics. Then, in 2016, came their debut LP on Triple B Records, “Paramount,” which was met with respect from the hardcore community and praise from outsider critics.
    Now, two New Year’s Eves later, Fury releases “Failed Entertainment,” their sophomore LP and debut with Boston-based Run For Cover Records. As with their previous records, “Failed Entertainment” was recorded by Colin Knight and their own guitarist Madison Woodward at Paradise Records, in Anaheim. This time, though, the band also sought new surroundings and outside expertise, collaborating with engineer Andrew Oswald at Secret Bathroom Studios, as well as mixing engineer Jack Endino (Nirvana, Soundgarden, Seaweed). The new batch of songs shows growth in all directions: the slow parts more brooding, the melodies catchier, the lyrics out even further on the limb. From the hammer-ons at the beginning of “Angels Over Berlin” to the tambourine on “Crazy Horses Run Free"
    “Failed Entertainment” documents the work, both personal and creative, undertaken since the release of “Paramount,” a period of time marked by as many difficulties as successes. Stith said, “I’ve asked myself ‘Why have I done this?’ and ‘Why do I continue to do this?’ more times in the last two years than the rest of my life combined.” Those eternal, existential questions form the thematic foundation of the new songs, which look past the superficial concerns about status and popularity that preoccupy so many musicians, focusing instead on life’s inevitable, inescapable problems and the ways in which they can be compounded by the banal realities of art-making — the isolation of being on tour, the pressure of being expected to somehow transform that universal angst into nice, catchy songs that provide simple lessons.
    What finally emerges is nothing less than Fury’s take on the human experience, an attempt to describe every person’s life and how it interacts with others through unmatched highs, desperate lows, and mundane middles. Though the idea that the human experience is something that can be understood and labeled is either right on the nose or too grandiose. But to Stith, the goal was to fit every last drop of humanity in between the grooves of the record, and that’s where the success and failure of this entertainment lies. “I’ll never be able to communicate every single thought and feeling,” says Stith “, a Failed Entertainment.” (Run For The Cover Records) https://furyhc.bandcamp.com/album/failed-entertainment
  • FURY | paramount | LP

    22.00 incl. tax
    At the apex of FURY's short and startling rise from a providential birth in late 2013. The Orange County five-piece has delivered "paramount", a debut full-length album of grace, erudition and effortless virtuosity that guarantees FURY's induction into the tiny fraternity of epochal hardcore bands. "paramount" is impossible to characterize in the usual terms of a-meets-b direct influence: maybe you hear BURN, maybe you hear OUTBURST or BEYOND or SUPERTOUCH, but no combination of such references conveys the subtlety of the songwriting. (Triple B Records)  
  • Reissue of 1989 album, originally released on Rough Justice. (Papagájův Hlasatel Records)
  • GBH's demo from 1980 as well as Rehearsal Room session and a few live tracks! (Fan Club/Unofficial)
  • G.B.H. | punk junkies | LP

    16.00 incl. tax
    Reissue of 1997 album. This was the album that saw GBH returning to their punk rock best. (Papagájův Hlasatel Records)
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    G.L.O.S.S. stands for Girls Living Outside Society's Shit. Reissue of their long-gone demotape, this time on vinyl. Pissed off, queer-as-fuck, ripping hardcore. Easily one of the best demos of 2015. (Sabotage Records) https://girlslivingoutsidesocietysshit.bandcamp.com/album/trans-day-of-revenge
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    This cool split collects the recorded works of two very feral and raucous Japanese hardcore bands from the '80s, Gasmask and Coward. Both bands hailed from Osaka, and originally released EPs on the Skeleton label. The Gasmask portion of this record contains their amazing 7" EP, two live songs, an unreleased track and two collaborations with Coward called Cowmask. On the Coward portion you get their 7" EP (sometimes called Voice), which was posted here way back when the Hearse first rolled out of the garage. You also get two tracks from the Ninngenn Omnibus compilation, some live stuff, and three collaborations with Gasmask called Gasward. Both bands are absolutely crazy great! (Fan Club)
  • GLO | diskoäckel | 7″

    8.50 incl. tax
    Reissue classic KBD swedish punk rock band GLO, a gothenburg-based three-chords pogopunk 4 piece formely known as GLUE. Originally released in 1979. Limited to 500 copies, housed in their original artwok. Fully licensed material under the Ken Rock Records' ressue monicker, REKEN. (Lemaj Skivor / Re-Ken Records)
  • GLO | nervl | 7″

    8.50 incl. tax
    Reissue classic KBD swedish punk rock band GLO, a gothenburg-based three-chords pogopunk 4 piece formely known as GLUE. Originally released in 1980. Limited to 500 copies, housed in their original artwok. Fully licensed material under the Ken Rock Records' ressue monicker, REKEN. (Lemaj Skivor / Re-Ken Records)
  • New 4 track ep from Sweden's Glorious? Follow up EP to lasts years awesome 12" by Sweden's Glorious?. 4 new tracks of raw kang punk mixed heavily influenced by Japanese punk. Members of Horrendous (Adult Crash Records)
  • Νέο cd των Going The Distance απο Θεσσαλονίκη. (Self Released) https://goingthedistance.bandcamp.com/album/a-battle-to-win
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    (Shipping: September) GF starts their second decade with a kick in the form of this seven-inch EP. Five to-the-point tracks that explode with the intensity we've come to expect from their previous releases and raging live shows. At only a few minutes in length, it will make you bust out of house arrest, drop out school or chase your boss off the job. (Refuse Records) https://refuserecords.bandcamp.com/album/house-arrest-7ep
  • Government Flu did tours in the United States of both the east and west coasts. For a band coming from Poland this was a big deal. Previously, there were only Polish bands started in the 80s - DEZERTER, ABADDON and ARMIA - who had been invited to the States and these tours had happened years before, between 1998-2003. In the case of Government Flu, their tours were the first longer proper tours for any Polish HC / Punk band in this country. In addition, what made these tours special is that they occurred without the financial backing of sponsors or official associations. During their west coast tour in 2016, Government Flu was invited to a recording session on KFJC radio in Los Altos Hills, California. In this studio, operating since the end of the 1950s, live sessions have seen the recording of many artists, including a number of HC / punk bands like Government Issue, Christ On Parade, The Ex, The Faction, Spazz, Dystopia, Asshole Parade and Corrupted. The Government Flu session was both recorded and also broadcast live on the airwaves. During this session they did seven songs in less than eight minutes. This resulted in the sound engineers asking, "That?s it?!" The whole session is now coming out on a limited edition of 250 copies on flexi EP. You might have a lot of records in your collection, but you do not yet have any release from a Polish HC / punk band recorded in the United States. (Refuse Records) https://governmentflu.bandcamp.com/album/kfjc-session
  • Government Flu are are a hardcore punk band from Warsaw, Poland that play a really cool mix of classic early 80's US style HC, hard-hitting burly hardcore and hints of old Polish punk like Dezerter and Post Regiment in their fast parts. It's impressive how tight this band is, both live and recorded. As with all punk and hardcore, the quality of the drumming is ultimately what determines the quality of the band and with European legend WOLFI rocking the kit, this does not disappoint in the slightest. (Refuse Records) https://governmentflu.bandcamp.com/album/tension-12
  • This limited edition version was printed especially for their gig in Athens. Gov Flu is not letting anyone catch a breath as they return with another punch to the gut. Usually, HC bands are over, burned out or bored of themselves after their 2nd or 3rd recordings, but this isn't the case here. With each batch of new material, Gov Flu sets the bar higher and higher. There is no shortage of inspiration because the reality in their homeland of Poland, as well as the rest of the world is getting more and more fucked up by the day. The result is their new 12” is faster and more aggressive, combined with a pissed-off hardcore stomp. Are you seeing a rise of flag-waving, bat-carrying mobs with foam in their mouths taking streets of your town? Open your window, play this record loud and let all these bigots know that they're going to lose! (Refuse Records) https://governmentflu.bandcamp.com/album/vile-life
  • HALSHUG | drøm | LP

    18.00 incl. tax
    Third vinyl release from our favorite Danes on Southern Lord: Blodets Band (2015) and Sort Sind (2016). Follows in the line of Sort Sind with some Black Flag like medium tempo as well as the ever raging D-beat but a few new ingredients have been added to the mix: A tiny dash of goth gloom, a pinch of fucked up electronics and a rather healthy dose of furious saxophones. That's right, saxophones!!! Kinda like Fear sang 'Copenhagen's all right if you like saxophones!'. Some would say mature but that said, it's all Halshug and all very very angry! Lauren Barley takes on this is to be read by clicking on the link. (Shipping: Early October) https://halshugsl.bandcamp.com/album/dr-m