• "Pandemonic Incantations" is the third studio album by Polish extreme metal band Behemoth, originally released in 1998. 1998 was an extremely important year the history of Behemoth. Inferno joined the band as a full-time drummer, bringing a whole new power and fury to the music with his incredible skills, while main man Nergal’s songwriting began the change from black metal to death metal while still combining elements of both. All of it coalesced into one foul monster of an album, PANDEMONIC INCANTATIONS. MARKETING & PROMOTION / SELLING POINTS • "Pandemonic Incantations" is the third studio album by Polish extreme metal band Behemoth, originally released in 1998. • 1998 was the year Inferno joined the band as a full-time drummer, bringing a whole new power and fury to the music. • Nergal’s songwriting began the change from black metal to death metal while still combining elements of both, all of it coalesced into one foul monster of an album. • For fans of Belphegor, Vader Deicide and Morbid Angel. (Back on Black Records)
  • MACHETAZO | ruin | CD

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    If you ask MACHETAZO's drummer and longtime spokesman Dopi about how he feels about the band's new album 'Ruin' - and first proper full-lenght since 2008's 'Mundo Cripta' - he'll tell you that he sees it as a new phase for us as I think we've finally found our own sound and style. It's a dark, negative and hermetic album that reflects perfectly the attitude of the people involved. One could say that nothing was done that differently this time around though: the recording took place in the band's hometown, A Coruña in Galicia, at local studio called the Treboada Studio where they have been doing stuffs with Paco 'The Maggot' Liaño engineering since 1998. And to once again get the most spontaneous and energetic sound possible, they voluntary recorded the whole thing in only 18 (!) hours, yet after six months of intense rehearsals in order to be fully ready when it was time to commit the whole thing to tape. And it bloody shows. 'Ruin' may sometimes dwell in surprising yet suffocating doom-as-fuck territories that will have old-school death-metal freaks in its dirtiest form possible shit their pants ("Tanatorio" or the eight-minutes plus drone and tortured pulse of "Ruinas") but at the end of the day, this is, guess what, another pure fucking old-school grindcore masterpiece. No need to remind you the band's influences, you know them and they proudly wear them on their sleeves anyway. No, all you need to know that in a world where even extreme music is being sterilized, their fifth full-length doesn't show any sign of them slowing down. As a matter of fact, co-released on LP by DOOMENTIA and PARASITIC and on CD (and limited digipack) by DOOMENTIA this April, perfectly illustrated by Timo Ketola stark black and white artwork, one could simply say that 'Ruin' is the real fucking deal. And so are MACHETAZO. Always been, always will be. (Doomentia Records)
  • Picnic - A Breath of Fresh Air is a sampler issued originally by the Harvest Records label, originally released in 1970 and is remarkable for including the full-length version of the unreleased Pink Floyd song, "Embryo". Limited Edition of 500 on Silver Vinyl. Tracklist: Side A 1 Grass - THE PRETTY THINGS 2 Octopus - SYD BARRETT 3 Rainmaker - MICHAEL CHAPMAN 4 Breathe - ROGER WATERS 5 Druid One - THIRD EAR BAND 6 Careful with that Axe, Eugene - PINK FLOYD Side B 1 Soulful Lady - MICHAEL CHAPMAN 2 Lady Rachel - KEVIN AYERS 3 October 26 - THE PRETTY THINGS 4 Embryo - PINK FLOYD 5 Baby Lemonade - SYD BARRETT 6 Song from the bottom of the Well - KEVIN AYERS (Future Shock – F4476)
  • Survival Research present a reissue of Chico Magnetic Band's self-titled album, originally released in 1971. Lyon-based freakers Chico Magnetic Band began as Chico & the Slow Death, its front man a wild Tunisian-born singer otherwise known as Mahmoud Ayari, with drummer Patrick Garel, bassist Alain Mazet, and guitarist Bernard Lloret, later replaced by Bernard Monneri. Conjuring a dark, excessive sound with unfettered guitar, pummeling drum rolls and Ayari growling and grumbling over the top, this sole LP is culled from different permutating sessions, with plenty of audio freakery and extreme effects from Jean-Pierre Massiera; Hendrix cover "Cross Town Traffic" is rendered with love, despite Ayari's hefty accent. (Survival Research – SVVRCH030)
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    The journey of Latin American artists from the 60’s and 70’s with a Jamaican style has a new stop: Latinameriska's fourth volume. And even though it may sound like a cliché we have to say this is the best installment of the series without a doubt. Here's why? Because you'll get to learn about unknown bands (from out of the Jamaican scene like "Los Creyentes de BC" or studio ones like "The Stars"), get almost impossible to find tunes ("Rosario" or "Los Costeños") or listen to covers as good as the original (hurray for "Los Robbin’s”!!!), or with sounds that enrich the cover (those amazing Calypso touches of René Santos or the cumbia flavour of Carmen Rivero). We have realized the richness of "Latin Jamaica" has no limits, and from north to south and east to west our treasure chest keeps growing with gems of all kind. This precious stones are all different and all highly valuable: from Jamaican Beat to Early Reggae or Calypso, with covers that range not only from Jamaican scene classics to Jazz and Soul. With such good raw materials and our culinary expertise it was impossible not to cook a delicatessen to be consumed with the ears. And once again we have a ghost track at the end: from Panamá this time, and giving an Antillean flavor to another Jamaican classic. Enjoy this new installment and be calm, it won't be the last one!!! Tracklist Side A 1. 'Doble Barril' - Rosario (Mexico) 2. 'Susana, Cuídate Del Diablo' - The Stars (Argentina) 3. 'El Enterrador' - Los Robbin's (Honduras) 4. 'Malinda' - Hugo Blanco, Su Arpa Viajera Y Su Conjunto 5. 'Sabor A Miel' - Julián Ber't (Mexico) 6. 'Jamaica Ska' - Carmen Rivero Y Su Conjunto (Mexico) 7. 'Mi Mujer Me Domina' - René Santos Y Sus Estrellas (Panama) Side B 1. ’Liquidator' - Roberto Delgado And His Orchestra (Argentina) 2. 'No, No, Nola' - Ely Combo (Mexico) 3. 'Como Me Gustas' - Las Cuatro Monedas (Venezuela) 4. 'Zoila' - Los Costeсos (Honduras) 5. 'No Insistas Más' - Los Yorsy's (Mexico) 6. 'Un Poco De Amor, Un Poco De Paz' - Los Creyentes De B.C. (Mexico) 7. 'O Mundo É Um Conflito' - As Exorcistas (Brasil) (Gran Quilombo Discos)
  • Following the breakup of Cream, lyricist / vocalist Pete Brown formed his Battered Ornaments with guitarist Chris Spedding, drummer Rob Tait, bassist Butch Potter, percussionist Pete Bailey and saxophonist Nisar Ahmed Khan, but during the recording of sophomore album Mantle Piece, Brown fell out with Spedding, resulting in his departure. The resultant spacey venture has jazz and blues shades, riding the sonic waves under Spedding’s direction, with Khan’s sax and Potter’s bass fitting foils to Spedding’s guitar and keyboards. This is another great piece of the Spedding puzzle, with pleasantly meandering interludes. (Survival Research – SVVRCH060)
  • Before there was War there was Señor Soul, which saxophonist/flutist Charles Miller formed in Long Beach, California; he played on Brenton Wood sessions for Double Shot, who released their loose interpretation of Miriam Makeba’s ‘Pata Pata,’ the hit that led to this blinding debut LP. Blending funk, Latin jazz and psychedelic soul, the group makes a range of material their own, led by Miller and vibraphonist Edwin Stevenson; everything from Heard It Through The Grapevine to Psychotic Reaction gets the Señor Soul treatment, rendered with equal doses of sensitivity, humour and funky flavour. Long before Miller recruited members of Nightshift to morph Señor Soul into War, this top-notch debut is a stone-cold winner from first note to last, a must-have for all funk and Latin jazz aficionados. (Survival Research ‎– SVVRCH032 )
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    Reachin' (A New Refutation of Time and Space) is the debut album by alternative hip hop group Digable Planets released on February 9, 1993, by Pendulum/Elektra Records. The album has been certified Gold in the US by the RIAA. Limited edition reissue. Manufactured in the EU. Limited to 500 copies. (Hittin Switches Records – HS0037)
  • Barcelona Gipsy Klezmer Orchestra (BGKO) is a music group created in 2012 that performs regularly in Barcelona and Europe. But beyond that, BGKO is an ever-growing family of professional musicians and singers who are frequent guests at their concerts. Thanks to artists from Turkey, Slovenia, Switzerland, England, Russia, Serbia, India, France, Greece, Italy, Mexico, Spain, Iran and Israel, BGKO has brought Balkan, klezmer and gypsy music to Barcelona; traditional Catalan songs, to oriental rhythms; the Gipsy Swing, in Eastern Europe; revolutionary Cuban songs, to Balkan rhythms; and klezmer music, to the Mediterranean countries. The album incorporates three new songs: Hasta Siempre Comandante (Carlos Puebla's well-known song dedicated to Che Guevara in 1965), Cigani ljubjat pesnji (traditional Russian song) and La dama d'Aragó (Catalan love song from the 16th century). In addition, it includes famous songs by the group, such as Djelem Djelem, Hévenu Shalom Aléchem or Ederlezi. (Satélite K – SATKLP127)
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    WIRE | pink flag | LP

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    Originally released on Harvest in 1977, Pink Flag is perhaps the most original debut album to come out of the first wave of British punk. Exhibiting severe art school damage, Wire careers at breakneck speed through 21 songs in 36 minutes to create an album that has influenced bands for over fourty years. Remastered Vinyl with Inner Sleeve. (Pinkflag Records)
  • WIRE | chairs missing | LP

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    Wire’s first three albums need no introduction. They are the three classic albums on which Wire’s reputation is based. Moreover, they are the recordings that minted the post-punk form. This was adopted by other bands, but Wire were there first. It has been a number of years since these albums were readily available. The aim with these new vinyl releases is to approximate the original statements as closely as possible, but with remastered audio. The vinyl releases have the same covers and inners as the originals (minus the Harvest logo). These versions should be considered Wire’s classic 1970s albums, pure and undiluted. 1978’s Chairs Missing represented perhaps the biggest conceptual leap made during this period of Wire and was widely misunderstood at the time yet it remains, to the band and production crew Wire’s favorite ’70s album. If Pink Flag proposed an almost cut and paste approach to deconstructing rock history, Chairs Missing proposed something more radical, a definite futurism with much less influence from it’s antecedents. Chairs Missing was at once more stark and more lush than it’s predecessor and has exerted it’s own influence on the course of cultural history, having laid down one of the earliest (if not the earliest) blueprints for the genuinely post-punk aesthetic. (Pinkflag Records)
  • Idles return with their new album Crawler – an album of reflection and healing amid a worldwide pandemic that stretched the planet’s collective mental and physical health to the breaking point. Frontman Joe Talbot says, “We want people who’ve gone through trauma, heartbreak, and loss to feel like they’re not alone, and also how it is possible to reclaim joy from those experiences.” Idles albums have always been anchored by these overarching themes, but the ability of the band to juxtapose beauty and rage with humor and drama has never felt more satisfying than on Crawler. These stories are vividly brought to life through Idles’ most soul-stirring music to date, recorded with co-producers Kenny Beats (Vince Staples, Freddie Gibbs) and Idles guitarist Mark Bowen. There are, of course, numerous moments that will inspire absolute mayhem in a packed concert venue, but there are also fresh textures and experiments that push Idles into thrilling new territory. “I don't really see us as a ‘rock band’ and working with Kenny [Beats] freed us of the idea of genre,” Talbot enthuses. “On this album, our dissolution of ego was helped by Kenny’s humble nature and willingness to learn. He has boundless passion for making the best song possible. Not the best ‘rock’ song — the best song possible.” He continues, “It was writing selfishly that helped make it possible. Reflecting. Telling my own story. Not trying to tell everyone else's story. Not trying to fix the world — just talking about how I am fixing mine.” Eco-mix coloured vinyl - each pressing will be different in colour. Using left-over wax already in the factory. Catalogue number PTKF3014-3 is on the labels and the hype sticker, PTKF3014-1 is on the sleeve. (Partisan Records/2020)
  • Released a year after their much hearled debut album 'Voice of a Generation' , 'Second Empire Justice' features half the members from the original line-up and with a new sound. While initially being an Oi!/Skinhead Punk band, on 'Second Empire Justice' they not only changed members and their look but also their sound and released a Post-Punk classic with a heavy dose of Joy Division worship, produced by Chris Nagle. While Nagle had also produced their debut album, he had also engineered the Joy Division and New Order albums under Martin Hannett and had also engineered various other post punk albums of the day from the likes of The Durutti Column, A Certain Ratio and Magazine. Together the band and Nagle created a masterpiece while not appreciated at the time, especially by their original skinhead/Oi! fanbase. The album would go onto influence tons of post-punk/darkwave bands that sprouted from the ashes of punk/hardcore bands decades later and become one of the most sought after albums of the golden age of post-punk.. So sit back and listen to these beautiful moody haunting guitars, dancing basslines and emotionally fragile vocals all the while retaining a punk ferocity. For Fans of : Joy Division, Magazine, Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, Killing Joke, The Middle Class Limited repress on Puke n Vomit Records, comes with a huge poster of the cover art. (Puke n Vomit Records)  
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    Awesome vinyl reissue of the complete Peel Sessions album originally released in 1990 (which collected the two EPs released in the 80s). The sound quality is excellent and Ian Curtis' vocals come through clearer (less muffled) than the album versions. 8 tracks in all including favorites "Love Will Tear Us Apart, She's Lost Control," and "Transmission." Recommended. Tracklist A1 Exercise One A2 Insight A3 She's Lost Control A4 Transmission A5 Love Will Tear Us Apart A6 24 Hours B1 Colony B2 Sound of Music B3 Transmission B4 She's Lost Control B5 Interview Tracks A1-A4 recorded for the John Peel show 31 Jan '79 Tracks A5-B2 recorded for the John Peel show 26 Nov '79 B3-B4 Recorded live for Something Else 1 Sept '79 B5 Recorded for Radio One in '79 (Strange Fruit Records/Unofficial)
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    Amyl and the Sniffers are a punk band possessed by the spirit of seventies Australian rock. Amy Taylor (vocals), Bryce Wilson (drums), Dec Martens (guitar) are former housemates who formed the band, wrote a handful of tunes and released their debut EP, Giddy Up, all in a span of twelve hours. Completing their line up with Gus Romer on bass, the band take their cues from a diverse bunch of legends including AC/DC, Cosmic Psychos, Dolly Parton and Die Antwoord, setting out to have as much fun as possible. Their 2nd EP, Big Attraction, was released in February 2017, kicking off a stellar year for these young punks. Growing buzz around their blistering live show made the band a hot tip at Bigsound in Brisbane, while the band was added to festival line-ups including Meredith and CherryRock17. The band and were invited to join the Cosmic Psychos on their forthcoming November/December tour and capped off the year with a sellout NYE show at the legendary Tote in their home town of Melbourne. 2018 sees Amyl And The Sniffers ratchet up another couple of gears with their first national headline tour in April followed by UK shows in May, and their first North American tour in June with fellow Melbournians King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard. (Damaged Goods)  
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    THE KIDS | same title | LP

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    Hailing from Antwerp, Belgium, The Kids formed in 1976 to prove to the world that punk was more than just a London vs New York fashion contest. Originally released on the Philips label in 1978, and highly acclaimed as one of the best punk records EVER, The Kids' debut album is now reissued on vinyl, with two bonus tracks recorded in 1977. This is pure and quintessential punk rock. The second release on Radiation Deluxe Series, this classic punk LP is reissued on 180-gram vinyl in a deluxe 350-gram cardboard sleeve. (WHITE VINYL / LIMITED 150) (Radiation Records) https://thekids.bandcamp.com/album/the-kids
  • West London five-piece Chubby and the Gang are balanced by two energies – a casual “fuck it” on one side, an active “fuck off” on the other. For every moment of punk imperfection, there’s an intricate flurry of detail. For every enraged statement about modern life as war, there’s a lyric like “Hello heartbreak, my old friend” that catches you off guard. Made up of musicians from across the consistently thriving and criminally overlooked UK hardcore scene (ft. The Chisel, Big Cheese and more), Chubby and the Gang marinate its characteristic speed and sick-of-it-all energy in a mixture of 50s pop sounds. The result is a prickly take on the older, more melodic genres that punk derives from, chewing them up and spitting them out into something mangled but revitalised. Fronted by Charlie Manning Walker (aka Chubby Charles) and backed by Tom ‘Razor’ Hardwick, Meg Brooks Mills, Ethan Stahl and Joe McMahon (aka the Gang), the band tell stories of modern London. (Partisan Records)
  • Classic debut album by original San Francisco punk band led by Alejandro Escovedo (future Rank & File) and Jennifer Miro (Debbie Harry's West Coast counterpart). Although the Nuns ruled the San Francisco punk scene in the late 70s, courted by major labels and selling out shows at San Francisco's hottest clubs, by the time the original band broke up they still had not recorded enough material for a full-length album. Thankfully, however, the band minus Escovedo came together once more for the sake of recording this album before calling it quits. Over the years Jennifer kept the band alive in different forms until her premature death in 2011. This classic slice of '77 punk rock, recorded in just 20 hours in May 1980, is the greatest testimony to the their original line up. (Radiation Records)  
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    If you thought all those volumes of D.I.Y sounded too well-landscaped, then let's turn over the punk rock roundabout 1979 and see what crawled around where the sun hardly shone. Often these Bloodstains Across... (pick any country from the Western hemisphere) are dedicated to your more scabby, shouty punk rock but since Ireland took to the more pop/glam side of things, you're gonna a whole lot more hooks per rpm here then elsewhere in the series. So while some raw-as-shit punk can also be found herein, pop runs amok with The Moondogs, Midnite Cruisers, Protex, The Xdreamysts and Rudi. TRACKLIST A1 Rudi – Time To Be Proud A2 Ruefrex – The Perfect Crime A3 Midnite Cruiser – Rich Bitch A4 Electro-Motive Force – Conscious A5 Electro-Motive Force – Wanted A6 Ex-Producers – The System Is Here A7 The Androids – Bondage In Belfast A8 Protex – I Wonder Why A9 Victim – The Teen Age B1 The Detonators – Cruisin' B2 Ex-Producers – Behind The Door B3 Pretty Boy Floyd And The Gems – Sharon B4 The Doubt – Fingers B5 The Doubt – Lookaway B6 The Defects – Guilty Conscience B7 The Xdreamysts – The Heat Is On B8 The Moondogs - You Said B9 Midnite Cruiser – StrikerWilliam It Was Really Nothing (Bloodstains/Fan Club)
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    At long last, the debut LP from NY/NJ's own NIGHT BIRDS is finally upon us! Following three well received 7" EPs, "The Other Side of Darkness" takes you on on a non-stop demented thrill ride with thirteen raging blasts of high-octane surf-inspired punk that the band has become known for. NIGHT BIRDS have pulled out all of the stops on this long player; honing their hardcore/punk/surf/garage hybrid sound to near perfection, delivering each and every song with urgent and unmistakable precision. With underlying themes of isolation, paranoia, depression, visions of total annihilation, and more horror/b-movie nods and references than you can count, "The Other Side of Darkness" is the ultimate soundtrack to that post-apocalyptic nightmare that you just can't seem to wake up from. (Taken By Surprise Records)
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    Nashville Pussy at their best. A classic! (In The Pink/Unofficial Release)
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    Black leather, spikes and chains, The Lewd is, as Dirk Dirksen put it, "One of them kind of acts." Their 1982 album, "American Wino," is violent, ugly, perverse and frightening. The songs betray a bleak and ominous vision of American life seen through the eyes of youth without hope of a future. This is not the San Francisco sound of the '60s, but rather the belligerent sounds of these Seattle transplants' fight for survival on the gritty streets where the dejection of last generation's Utopian failures meets the stark realities of economic deprivation. This is fast, jarring and furious punk rock at its finest. Long languishing in obscurity due to its rarity, the reissue of this seminal LP makes it a compulsory component of any punk rock record collection. Bonus goodies include a collage poster, five postcards, original insert plus redone insert, mailorder-only song book repro and a reproduction promo ad poster. (Puke N Vomit)  
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    Taking its title from the legendary brainless anthem by Vom, it's not hard to imagine the contents of this compilation. 18 tracks of pure, untamed, moronic, KBD-style-punk in all its glorious rawness. Focusing mainly in the US -but also presenting bands from the UK, Denmark and the Philippines -- and spanning the period between '77 and '84 -- this is an absolute must for all KBD enthusiasts. Punk rock done the way it was meant to, shameless, raw and annoying. You know you need it! Tracklist: A1 Bob – The Things That You Do A2 Vom – Electrocute Your Cock A3 Teenage Popeye– Life is Cheap A4 The Delinquents – Do You Have A Job For A Girl Like Me A5 The Electric Vomit– No End A6 A.D.'s– Testing A7 Lowlife – Thinking Naturally A8 Hated– Seize The Middle East A9 Last Four Digits– City Streets B1 Art Object – USANRK B2 Media Disease– Unwritten Laws B3 Third World Chaos– Insult The Useless People B4 Testors– Primitive B5 VS. – Magnetic Heart B6 5.0.5.1– Too Late B7 Rough Cut– Danger Boy B8 The Odds – Don't Get Angry B9 Gate Crashers – Spectator (MacDonald's Records)
  • In 1985, VERBAL ABUSE recorded this seminal album after moving from Texas to San Francisco a few years prior much like their peers in D.R.I., living on a diet supplied by soup kitchens and whatever else they could get their hands on, epitomizing the term hardcore. "just an american band" is hardcore at its most raw and primal, a testament to a time when to be hardcore, you had to live hardcore. The band were a soundtrack to a scene still in it’s infancy, a scene that rallied and stood firm against the outside world. Also contains large booklet with lyrics, photos, and commentary from the band. Includes a 12-page booklet, with lyrics, band pictures, and liner notes. (Beer City Records)
  • D.R.I. is back with a five-song EP of manic thrash that only these imbeciles can muster, their first recorded output since 1995's "Full Speed Ahead." (Beer City Records)

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