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    INFERNO | tod & wahnsinn | LP

    17.00 (24% tax incl.)
    Officially repress for the very first time! This classic debut LP of INFERNO (from the Bavaria area of Germany) was probably the most trending hardcore album in the eighties! Originally released by the infamous MÜLLEIMER RECORDS this was a milestone of German hardcore punk and most likely the fastest band around that time! Recorded end of 1983 at the "Music Lab" in Berlin by Harris Johns. 20 tracks with a brutality and speed never heard before at the time being. Responsible for the artwork was no one else than PUSHEAD himself. - This reissue is completely remastered and reworked with being as close to the original as possible. For the first time with the original booklet that never made it into the original first pressing in 1983. (Power It Up Records)
  • MOTH from Copenhagen and Infinite Void from Australia bring an amazing new release. Both bands completely compliment each other with two hits that are are sure to become classics in the rising post punk scene. I am truly in awe by the talent of both of these bands. (Contraszt! / Unwound Records / Mass Media Records) https://diyordie.bandcamp.com/album/infinite-void-moth-split-7
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    REGULAR TRIFOLD SLEEVE VERSION: 3 x LP’s + DVD, ltd to 400 copies on black vinyl housed in a trifold jacket with booklet. Get ready for a pulverising sonic hecatomb delivered by Texas’ unmatchable Grindcore assassins! After being in the works for years, here it is – the ultimate INSECT WARFARE collection including all their singles, demos, compilation tracks, out takes and alternate recordings, unreleased tracks and rare live material… 99 songs, nearly 3 hours of merciless brutality. All scrupulously mastered for the best dynamic impact on vinyl! Triple LP set served in a deluxe trifold jacket with exclusive art by Lucas Korte, with a massive booklet filled with original artworks, scans of all the included works, flyers and photos. The CD version comes in a 8 panel L-pack with 24 page booklet. Plus a bonus DVD with their complete gig at Annie’s that simply kills! If you dreamed of having all the hard to find INSECT WARFARE singles and rarest recordings all gathered in the same place, this is finally the definitive chance! (F.O.A.D. Records) Watch the trailer HERE
  • 2015 marks the 30 years anniversary of their classic first (and only) full length LP "Nobody Listens Anymore". We're very pleased to say at least to re-issue this uk anarcho-punk milestone and make it available again for the first time since almost 3 decades! Originally released on 'SUBHUMANS' own Bluurg Records back in 1985. The INSTIGATORS where a bunch of enthusiastic Anarcho-punk kids that managed to play a style of raging, powerful and "in your face" punkrock with the right amount of melody and anger. Their lyrix have a bold political message which among other bands of this era left quite an impact on the Anarcho-punk scene of the early eighties of the last century. Needless to say that their lyrical as well as musical content stands the test of time and is as relevant today as it was back then. The (original) INSTIGATORS disbanded shortly after the release of this classic LP just to reform in a different line up to continiue towards a more "american rock" influenced style of punk and never reached the same peak as the (original) line up. Some may disagree, but for us, the original INSTIGATORS are most essential and this is an absolute Anarcho-Punk Classic and a must have for every collection! • Comes with original sleeve, insert plus an additional poster. • Includes Linernotes by Hammy. • All 10 tracks remastered by Ian Glasper. • Includes DOWNLOAD Codes. Available as regular 'Black Vinyl' pressing and limited '180g. (Skuld Records)  
  • INSTITUTE | catharsis | LP

    20.00 (24% tax incl.)
    After demoing for several weeks at home in Austin, the anarcho punk band Institute tracked and mixed Catharsis in just four days between Christmas and New Year's Eve 2014, in New York City with Ben Greenberg at Brooklyn's Gary’s Electric. "Cheerlessness" carves out the perfect trine foundation to aspect both the anthemic "Cheaptime Morals" and the much looser jam "Christian Right" (the latter featuring fellow Texan Andrew Savage of Parquet Courts). Issues of morality, sexuality and religion are all interwoven seamlessly throughout the 10 tracks as the band explores new sonic astral space. (Sacred Bones Records)
  • IRREAL | fi del mon | LP

    17.00 (24% tax incl.)
    IRREAL from Barcelona surprised us last year with a 6 track Demo tape of crude Hardcore which saw the band playing loads both local and internationally. The line up was made up of Barcelona punk scene stalwarts (NUEVA FUERZA, DESTINO FINAL, BARCELONA, ANARQUIA VERTICAL, UNA BÈSTIA INCONTROLABLE) which were not new to writing razor sharp riffs and impossibly catchy yet aggressive beats so their song writing and live performances lived up to the expectations. 2019 saw the band facing guitar player changes and with a new line up they entered studio with Dani Frutos to record the 9 songs on Fi Del Mon. 9 tracks or urgent hardcore punk continuing the tradition of modern Barcelona Hardcore while keeping and eye in Finish hardcore and which are not afraid to turn the speed down to a pace that could bring to mind mid paced DISCHARGE or CRO-MAGS. The riffs are thick and crunchy, full of feedback and distortion, backed by a solid rhythm section and a assertive Catalan voice which makes sure to enunciate every syllable breathing some fresh air to an otherwise stale scene. Mastered by Brad Boartright at Audiosiege. Fi Del Mon comes in a 350 gsm reverse board sleeve designed by singer Arturo and comes with a lyric sheet. Released on time for IRREAL’s USA East Coast tour which kicks off in Philadelphia on September 19th and ends at Varning from Montreal Fest. (La Vida Es Un Mus) https://lavidaesunmus.bandcamp.com/album/fi-del-mon-mlp
  • A reissue of the classic 1983 debut album from these pioneers of the Boston, MA hardcore movement. Twelve brutal tracks of harder-than-hard punk rock. Now available on vinyl. "The band dropped Is This My World? in 1983, which is easily one of the most classic hardcore records from this era (in my opinion second tier only to the obvious ones such as Damaged or Bad Brains' self-titled). Is This My World? is the sound of a young band finally coming into their own. Every instrument seems to still be rolling over each other in a spastic frenzy, but this chaos is at an intensive peak that is undeniable. They had the songs, some musical talent, and enough passion and energy to demolish a stage (literally)." (Taang! Records)
  • JOY DIVISION | closer | LP

    19.00 (24% tax incl.)

    To celebrate the 35th anniversary of “Love Will Tear Us Apart” in June 2015, Rhino Records is pleased to announce the re-issue of four iconic Joy Division releases on heavyweight 180-gram vinyl. The studio albums Unknown Pleasures (1979) and Closer (1980) will be available in June and will be followed in July by Still (1981) and an expanded version of Substance (1988), both available as double-LP sets.

    Each design replicates the original in painstaking detail, including the gatefold covers used for Still and Substance. The music heard on the albums was remastered in 2007 when Rhino introduced expanded versions of the albums. The lone exception is Substance, which features audio remastered in 2010 for the +- singles box and for the first time on vinyl, the expanded tracklist from the original CD release, plus two additional songs: “As You Said” and the Pennine version of “Love Will Tear Us Apart.”
    Joy Division recorded two albums before singer Ian Curtis tragically took his own life in 1980. But what the Manchester quartet lacked in longevity, it more than made up for in quality. The band’s only two studio albums were groundbreaking and helped shape the sound and mood of the alternative music that followed in the band’s wake.
    Curtis (guitar/vocals), Bernard Sumner (keyboard), Peter Hook (bass), and Stephen Morris (drums) released their debut, Unknown Pleasures, in 1979. By the end of the year, the album’s atmospheric sound had won over fans and critics with tracks like “She’s Lost Control” and “Day of the Lords.” Closer, the group’s second album, arrived the following year and its dark and melancholy tones continued to earn rave reviews for songs like “Isolation” and “Heart and Soul.”
    The compilations Still and Substance fill in the missing pieces of the band’s history with non-album singles (“Transmission” and “Love Will Tear Us Apart”), unreleased studio tracks (“Something Must Break” and “Ice Age”), and choice live recordings (“Disorder” and the only performance of “Ceremony”).
    (Rhino Records)
  • JOY DIVISION | still | 2xLP

    25.00 (24% tax incl.)
    Although a compilation album at heart, and an occasionally ragged one at that, this collection is nonetheless generally considered to be a definitive entry in the Joy Division catalog because of the previously-unreleased material that made its debut amongst its four sides. Arguably the most famous inclusion is “Ceremony,” which was performed precisely once in concert by Joy Division but went on to be known better as a New Order single, but there are a number of gems here, including a cover of The Velvet Underground’s “Sister Ray.” To celebrate the 35th anniversary of "Love Will Tear Us Apart" on June 27th, Rhino is pleased to announce the re-issue of Still as a 2LP set on heavyweight 180-gram vinyl. Each design replicates the original in painstaking detail, including the gatefold covers used for Still and Substance. The music heard on the albums was remastered in 2007 when Rhino introduced expanded versions of the albums. Replicating original album artwork, cut from the 2007 remasters. Released in embossed gatefold sleeve with white letters. 180 Gram vinyl. Sides C and D recorded at Birmingham University 2/5/80 Sister Ray* – Recorded at The Moonlight Club London 3/4/80 Track C6 ("Twenty Four Hours") doesn't appear on the tracklisting. Original release date: 1/8/81 (Factory Records)
  • JOY DIVISION | substance | 2xLP

    24.00 (24% tax incl.)

    Truth be told, if you’re going to own only one Joy Division album, Substance is the way to go, mostly just because it’s as close to a definitive look at the band’s short but influential career as you’re likely to find. The original version of the compilation that was released in 1999 was pretty great to begin with, but this expanded 2-LP version is even better. Granted, there are only two additional songs – “As You Said” and the Pennine version of “Love Will Tear Us Apart” – but it still provides a little bit more to the Joy Division story, plus the 180-gram remasters make the music sound better than ever.

    To celebrate the 35th anniversary of “Love Will Tear Us Apart” in June 2015, Rhino Records is pleased to announce the re-issue of four iconic Joy Division releases on heavyweight 180-gram vinyl. The studio albums Unknown Pleasures (1979) and Closer (1980) will be available in June and will be followed in July by Still (1981) and an expanded version of Substance (1988), both available as double-LP sets.
    Each design replicates the original in painstaking detail, including the gatefold covers used for Still and Substance. The music heard on the albums was remastered in 2007 when Rhino introduced expanded versions of the albums. The lone exception is Substance, which features audio remastered in 2010 for the +- singles box and for the first time on vinyl, the expanded tracklist from the original CD release, plus two additional songs: “As You Said” and the Pennine version of “Love Will Tear Us Apart.”
    Joy Division recorded two albums before singer Ian Curtis tragically took his own life in 1980. But what the Manchester quartet lacked in longevity, it more than made up for in quality. The band’s only two studio albums were groundbreaking and helped shape the sound and mood of the alternative music that followed in the band’s wake.
    Curtis (guitar/vocals), Bernard Sumner (keyboard), Peter Hook (bass), and Stephen Morris (drums) released their debut, Unknown Pleasures, in 1979. By the end of the year, the album’s atmospheric sound had won over fans and critics with tracks like “She’s Lost Control” and “Day of the Lords.” Closer, the group’s second album, arrived the following year and its dark and melancholy tones continued to earn rave reviews for songs like “Isolation” and “Heart and Soul.”
    The compilations Still and Substance fill in the missing pieces of the band’s history with non-album singles (“Transmission” and “Love Will Tear Us Apart”), unreleased studio tracks (“Something Must Break” and “Ice Age”), and choice live recordings (“Disorder” and the only performance of “Ceremony”).
    Joy Division Substance 1977-1980 Track Listing:
    LP1
    1.  Warsaw
    2.  Leaders Of Men
    3.  Digital
    4.  Autosuggestion
    5.  Transmission
    6.  She’s Lost Control
    7.  Incubation
    8.  Dead Souls
    9.  Atmosphere
    10. Love Will Tear Us Apart
    LP2
    1.  No Love Lost
    2.  Failures
    3.  Glass
    4.  From Safety To Where
    5.  Novelty
    6.  Komakino
    7.  As You Said
    8.  These Days
    9.  Love Will Tear Us Apart (Pennine Version)
    (Factory Records)
  • To celebrate the 35th anniversary of “Love Will Tear Us Apart” in June 2015, Rhino Records is pleased to announce the re-issue of four iconic Joy Division releases on heavyweight 180-gram vinyl. The studio albums Unknown Pleasures (1979) and Closer (1980) will be available in June and will be followed in July by Still (1981) and an expanded version of Substance (1988), both available as double-LP sets.

    Each design replicates the original in painstaking detail, including the gatefold covers used for Still and Substance. The music heard on the albums was remastered in 2007 when Rhino introduced expanded versions of the albums. The lone exception is Substance, which features audio remastered in 2010 for the +- singles box and for the first time on vinyl, the expanded tracklist from the original CD release, plus two additional songs: “As You Said” and the Pennine version of “Love Will Tear Us Apart.”
    Joy Division recorded two albums before singer Ian Curtis tragically took his own life in 1980. But what the Manchester quartet lacked in longevity, it more than made up for in quality. The band’s only two studio albums were groundbreaking and helped shape the sound and mood of the alternative music that followed in the band’s wake.
    Curtis (guitar/vocals), Bernard Sumner (keyboard), Peter Hook (bass), and Stephen Morris (drums) released their debut, Unknown Pleasures, in 1979. By the end of the year, the album’s atmospheric sound had won over fans and critics with tracks like “She’s Lost Control” and “Day of the Lords.” Closer, the group’s second album, arrived the following year and its dark and melancholy tones continued to earn rave reviews for songs like “Isolation” and “Heart and Soul.”
    The compilations Still and Substance fill in the missing pieces of the band’s history with non-album singles (“Transmission” and “Love Will Tear Us Apart”), unreleased studio tracks (“Something Must Break” and “Ice Age”), and choice live recordings (“Disorder” and the only performance of “Ceremony”). Remastered, 180 gram, Textured Sleeve.
    (Factory Records)
  • JUDGE | bringin it down | LP/Color

    22.50 (24% tax incl.)
    To most fans of hardcore, JUDGE is a band that needs no introduction. The band took the ideals and positive goals of YOUTH OF TODAY and infused them with beefy guitar licks, introspective lyrics and a hefty influx of New York style. Re-press on colored (blue) vinyl includes a digitial download card. (Revelation Records)
  • KAFKA | same title | LP

    12.50 (24% tax incl.)
    Blackened hardcore from Karditsa/Greece. Limited edition doom black 12" vinyl, heavy 380g cover, insert with lyrics and liner notes. (Nothing To Harvets Records) https://nothingtoharvestrecords.bandcamp.com/album/nth003-kafka-s-t
  • Kaleidoscope has quickly become one of the most fresh and exciting bands in the new NYC hardcore punk scene, quickly establishing its own sound that is both of its locale, yet uniquely “Kaleidoscope.” Taking elements of noise, aggressive hardcore, psych and jazzy flourishes, the three-piece have followed a true commitment to unique sounds and expanding their music.
    (La Vida Es Un Mus Records)
    https://lavidaesunmus.bandcamp.com/album/after-the-futures-lp

  • KALPA | a grand misconception | LP

    12.50 (24% tax incl.)
    Sludgy dark/metallic hardcore from Athens/Greece. Ltd black vinyl. (Nothing To Harvets Records) https://kalpaband.bandcamp.com/album/a-grand-misconception
  • Oakland's KHIIS, on this, their first full-length record, unleash a torrent of killer riffs, building songs of purpose and power, absent of the chaos and noise that engulfs many modern hardcore records. While such noise obviously has its place in the canon of punk and its raw machinations, KHIIS know they don't need the obscurant balm of feedback, they stand clear and robust, simply put: they've just got the fuckin riffs. Similarly the vocals are declamatory and forthright, not wild ghosts of delay and reverb, determined attacks, stark in their fury. KHIIS charge mightily through nine striking tracks of thick, full-blooded hardcore punk, taking no prisoners (Joe Briggs)
    (La Vida Es Un Mus Records)
    https://lavidaesunmus.bandcamp.com/album/bezoar-lp

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    KILLING JOKE | T-shirt | Large

    18.00 (24% tax incl.)
    Official t-shirt. Gildan Heavy Cotton, size LARGE.
  • KLAUS MITTFOCH | self titled | LP

    19.00 (24% tax incl.)
    Great Polish new wave/post punk band. Released this LP with many elements of British post punk/cold wave. This lp was recorded in 1984 and released in 1985. Magnificent! Offical reissue. (MTJ)
  • KOHTI TUHOA | ihmisen kasvot | LP

    17.00 (24% tax incl.)
    (Shipping: September) After 2 albums and an EP on Southern Lord and Svart Records, Finland’s Kohti Tuhoa are ready to unleash their brand new 12-track LP on LVEUM. The new album Ihmisen Kasvot presents killer songwriting with influences ranging from powerful Killing Joke -like tom-tom beats to fast-paced hardcore punk á la Impalers, with several nods to classic Finnish Hardcore Punk bands such as Varaus. The 12 tracks paint a picture of an overpopulated dystopian world that’s being slowly destroyed by self-centered human behavior, delivered with Helena’s piercing yet versatile vocal work. Recorded at VR Studio in Turku, Finland and mastered by Jack Control (Enormous Door) Ihmisen Kasvot comes with a sleeve painted by Kohti Tuhoa’s trusted cover artist Jaakko Karjula. Includes digital pre-order of Ihmisen Kasvot LP. You get 3 tracks now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it’s released. https://lavidaesunmus.bandcamp.com/album/ihmisen-kasvot-lp
  • KRIEGSHÖG | general | 7”

    6.50 (24% tax incl.)
    Tokyo’s KRIEGSHÖG return with a three new track EP of distorted Japanese hardcore. Catchy bass driven diabolic hardcore with a vocal style that brings to mind “Who the Helpless” era KURO and the LSD flexi as much as the relentless LA’s ICONOCLAST D-Beat attack creating a background soundtrack for the insanity that is Tokyo’s existance.. The 7” is housed in a DISCHARGE EP style sleeve with flaps on the outside and thumb cut and comes with a lyric insert. All designed by Bass player Shingo. (La Vida Es Un Mus) https://lavidaesunmus.bandcamp.com/album/general-7
  • (Shipping: September) Tokyo powerhouse KRIEGSHÖG returns with a two track 7” of distorted hardcore punk perfection. Facing a line up change the band sound was altered slightly after the previous guitarist quit. The new line up may have taken the guitar fuzziness a notch down in favour of a crunchier guitar tone but amped up the songwriting to the next level with a overdose of riffs, attacking each note with the same ferocious venom they have us accustomed to. These two tracks display both sides of KRIEGSHÖG perfectly, a mid tempo bass driven 4 minute banger backed up by a classic destructive sonic jam with the gnarliest punk vocals out there. Quoting the band “Play Loud and DIE!!!” The high contrast black and white of their aesthetic and sound takes a new turn making room for a conceptual record. Housed in a heavy duty PVC pocket sleeve with artwork silkscreened on it the clear vinyl record with pure black and white labels. (La Vida Es Un Mus Records) https://lavidaesunmus.bandcamp.com/album/paint-it-black-white-out
  • KRIEGSHÖG | same title | LP

    19.00 (24% tax incl.)
    The New Wave of Brutality and Hardcore Massacre has arrived. Tokyo punks KRIEGSHÖG are back with their first full length. After 3 7”s that we love at LVEUM they finally went for the album. Thirteen tracks of extremely bass driven hardcore destruction. The recording is relentless, full of energy and distorted. Yet moving from the ultra blown out recording of their earlier output. This is the band’s most dynamic recording so far and in our humble opinion is destined to be a classic and genre defining album. The album came housed on a paste on board heavy gatefold sleeve and pressed on high quality 180 gsm vinyl. Split release with H:G FACT (HG-266) from Japan. (La Vida Es Un Mus) https://lavidaesunmus.bandcamp.com/album/s-t-lp-2
  • LIMP WRIST | self titled | LP

    17.00 (24% tax incl.)
    The cutest band in Hardcore with a slice of paint peeling hardcore punk loud and ugly enough to destroy your closet. European press of their recent one sided 12" including seven new tracks in the A side and their Want Us Dead 7" on the flip. Fuckin classic!
  • LOS CRUDOS – ilegal | T-shirt

    11.00 (24% tax incl.)
    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. Available in small, medium, large and x-large size.
  • LOS CRUDOS | T-shirt

    11.00 (24% tax incl.)
    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. Available in small, medium, large and x-large size.