• Reissue of a real UK Punk rarity. Hailing from Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire, The Crash were formed by brothers Nidge and Ian. Unfortunately they never issued anything else than these four tracks originally released in 1982 and disappeared almost as quickly as they had arrived. (Mad Butcher Records)
  • “Misantropo a senso unico” – Italy’s most classic Grindcore album ever – turns 20 and gets celebrated with a top notch deluxe edition enriched with a lot of extra contents. Originally released in 2000, CB‘s 2nd full length is an incredible outburst of hyperfast hate-fueled Grind rooted in the most furious and violent 80’s Italian Hardcore. 16 songs of manic speed scream-out-lungs hatred at its most nihilistic form, the band’s absolute manifesto. UK’s Terrorizer Mag quoted it as nr. 6 of the most essential Grindcore albums of all times. S.O.D. / Brutal Truth / Hemlock / Anthrax / Nuclear Assault bassist Dan Lilker about this album: “Exquisitely insane hardcore grind that reminds me of why I got into all this shit back in the late Eighties”. This package includes both the original version (2000) and the highly acclaimed redux edition (that adds a bonus track) made in 2013 starting from the master reels, mixed with feverish care at Toxic Basement Studio under constant supervision of the band, to keep the original rawness and rage completely intact and utterly reinforced. And to make this version the most exhaustive ever, in the vinyl version you’ll also find the 7″EP “Il grande silenzio“, recorded few months before the album and including rawer versions of 5 hits later re-recorded on the LP. The definitive untoppable re-edition of this masterpiece of bloodthirsty fury! Watch the trailer HERE Contents: GATEFOLD LP+7″+CD – LP with the original version (2000) – Pristine replica of the original gatefold jacket printed in the same factory as the 2000 version – 24 page booklet – Bonus “Il grande silenzio” 7″ – Bonus CD with the 2013 redux version including 1 bonus track – Enhanced video documentary about the album (F.O.A.D. Records)
  • Back in stock

    CRISIS | kollectiv | 2xLP

    22.00 incl. tax

    For the first time ever, the three Crisis singles are officially re-released on Vinyl along with demos from 77 and 78 and a simply stunning sounding live set from Norway in 1979.  The debut 7" from 1978 on Action Group Records, 'No Town Hall'  features three stonewall punk classics. The next two singles 'UK79' and 'Alienation' make up the four tracks recorded for a John Peel Session in 1978. The lyrics are a product of the time against a backdrop of street fights with the National Front, violence at gigs, institutional racism within the police force, class division, industrial strife, sexual repression… Upon reflection not much has really changed in the last 35 years! Also included are demo tracks from 1977 and 1978 which are raw and basic punk just as you would expect. They have never been officially released on vinyl before. Sides Three and Four features a live set recorded when Crisis played Norway in 1979 which features all of the material that later turned up on ‘Hymns Of Faith’. The sound quality of the recording is so good it would pass as a studio recording.
    The record comes housed in a tip on heavyweight sleeve with detailed liner notes, reviews, interviews, and a few unseen group photos. The sleeve picture taken in Kiev in 2012 couldn't be more relevant, capturing the Zeitgeist - which was part of what Punk was all about in the first place.
    (La Vida Es Un Mus Records)

  • DELUXE VINYL EDITION!!! Alpha Omega is the third album by New York hardcore legends Cro-Mags, originally released in 1992. The album gave us “The Other Side of Madness,” arguably one of the band’s most well-known songs beyond its dedicated following. Alpha Omega is a piece of hardcore history that every fan must own! (Back on Black Records)
  • DELUXE VINYL EDITION!!! Near Death Experience is the fourth album by New York hardcore legends Cro-Mags, originally released in 1993. It is, to date, the last album to feature iconic vocalist John Joseph. The songs on the album deal with topics such as environmentalism, anti-abortion, and spirituality. After its release, the Cro-Mags had gone on hiatus for some time, experienced more lineup changes, and would not release their next album, Revenge, until seven years later! Now available on limited edition coloured vinyl courtesy of Back On Black Records. (Back on Black Records)
  • During the 1980s, a time of conflict among alternative and increasingly tribal musical subcultures, an interesting compromise began to take form in the hardcore, punk and metal worlds. Blending the musical and visual elements of all three, this scene within several scenes came to be known as Crossover. Pulling together bands from diverse subcultural backgrounds (including the Skinhead, Oi and Anarcho scenes) to create a unique fusion whose appeal reached out to a large proportion of each of their fans, the movement was nevertheless overlooked by purists from each side. But inarguably, Crossover (or "Speedcore" as some came to call it), lent a fresh air to a metal scene at risk of stagnation, and brought a welcome atmosphere of experimentation to punk rock. Crossover The Edge contains in-depth features on over 100 key bands from the scene's 1980s heyday, including Agnostic Front, Cro Mags, Crumbsuckers, Leeway, Gang Green, Nuclear Assault, Lethal Aggression, D.R.I., Corrosion of Conformity, Impulse Manslaughter, Verbal Abuse, Attitude Adjustment, Suicidal Tendencies, Excel, Beowulf, Dr. Know, Septic Death, Cryptic Slaughter, Accused, Dayglo Abortions, Discharge, Broken Bones, English Dogs, Sacrilege, Warfare, Raw Power, Rumble Militia, Lobotomia, Overkill L.A., Mentors, Void and Amebix. Another 500 bands are also featured briefly. Format Paperback | 600 pages Publisher Cherry Red Records.
  • CRUCIAL ZINE #11

    3.00 incl. tax
    The eleventh issue of CRUCIAL ZINE! Interviews with Satanic ska/punk legends MEPHISKAPHELES and upcoming stand-up comedian ROSE VINESHANK, a Drama scene report, a complete(ish) Black Flag discography review, plus articles on the Moon, the constellations and all the usual mess of reviews, rants and assorted tidbits!
  • Another reissue of a cold war era hc/punk classic and the arrow aims again at Scandinavia, this time to the neighbouring country – Sweden. Early 80’s saw several bands emerging from here that were more or less drawing on DISCHARGE, but mostly went even more hardcore. We’re talking about ANTI CIMEX among the first, then also about AVSKUM, MOB 47, MODERAT LIKVIDATION, DISARM and – of course – about CRUDE SOCIETY SYSTEM. Apart from a demo and numerous compilation tracks CRUDE SS officially released just one 7” EP. This appeared in 1983 on Uproar Records and has become an undisputed classic of Swedish hardcore. It carries six blasting tracks of unique, aggressive and furious hardcore punk thrash with clear roots in DISCHARGE, GBH and UK punk in genreral, but also with obvious influence of Californian CRUCIFIX etc. Raw sound, elaborated yet still straight-forward riffs completed with angry English lyrics against arms race, capitalism, animal abuse or destruction of nature. If you’re wondering where did such bands like MASSKONTROLL or FRAMTID get inspiration from, you should listen to this EP. Coming out after 28 years as a band-authorised official reissue, its whole layout sticks as close as possible to the original issue, including such details as runout groove engravings or typing errors on labels. (Radiation Records)
  • Out of stock
    Nothing new but always a good choice. The Crumbsuckers was a 80's hardcore band that formed 1982 in Long Island by bass player Gary Meskil in their home town of Baldwin. They were one of the first to mix the two genres, hardcore ethos and heavy metal pathos, on their debut album Life Of Dreams. For me it is a absolute killer record. Songs like 'Bullshit Society', 'Shits Creek', 'Live To Work' or 'Mr.Hyde' are timeless classics that always current. The band speak out what I feel inside and I can listen to this album twice a fuckin' day. Yesterday I'll do this after a long time again and so it's reason enough to post it here. Worth mentioning the fantastic cover of Sean Taggert which is pretty cool. If you want more let's visit Dan's Blog and pick up the full blast, it's worth - believe me. 350 x ultra clear/ white/ black splatter vinyl, high gloss 425gsm heavy cardboard cover, lyric inner sleeve, poster. (High Roller Records)
  • The definitive Cryptic Slaughter release on FOAD Records! This project has been years in the making to reach the best possible result. A nearly 2 hours DVD tracing the band's history from 1984 til the "Stream Of Consciousness" era in 1988. Includes tons of live footage and exclusive interviews with band members and other musicians. And there's more... a CD full of rarities (rehearsals, outtakes etc) and soundboard live material selected from 9 different shows 1985-1988, ranging from the early "Life in grave" times to the "Convicted" and "Money Talks" sets. 31 SONGS of the fastest and most influential US Hardcore/Thrash ever conceived! Housed in a 8-panel digipack including 2 booklets packed with rare photos, flyers and original artworks. As we always say: if you're into any kind of fast music be it Thrash, Hardcore, Grind or Power Violence, you are M.A.D. if you miss any Cryptic Slaughter release!! (F.O.A.D. Records)    
  • Pro tape limited to 100 copies. Raw & crusty Death Metal with members of Dead Congregation, Satan's Wrath, Sarabante, Vulnus etc. (Extreme Ear Slaughter) https://cursedblood1.bandcamp.com/releases
  • Raw & crusty Death Metal with members of Dead Congregation, Satan's Wrath, Sarabante, Vulnus etc. (Creator-Destructor Records/2020) https://cursedblood1.bandcamp.com/releases
  • CURSED | 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. 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.
  • The twelfth studio album from Vancouver punk legends and hardcore pioneers DOA, and arguably the band's best output in twenty years. Led as always by JOEY SHITHEAD KEITHLEY, the band unleashes twenty bruising tracks of anthemic, ripping, and driving punk fucking rock. Includes a crushing versions of CCR's "Bad Moon Rising," Bob Dylan's "Masters of War," and Barry McGuire's "Eve of Destruction." (Sudden Death Records)
  • D.R.I. | dirty rotten | LP

    18.00 incl. tax
    This is the long out of print (on vinyl) LP that was made from the Dirty Rotten EP. It’s the orginal mix, master and song order. The band realized once they saw the prices on things that to do their 22 song 7″ as a 12″ would only cost a little more. So with that they did it and the ‘Dirty Rotten EP’ became the ‘Dirty Rotten LP. With more space between the grooves the songs became even louder and more intense then before. (Beer City Records)
  • D.R.I. | dirty rotten | LP

    18.00 incl. tax
    This is where it all began. Where the legend started. D.R.I. defined hardcore, shaped it, moulded it and made it their own, crafting a raw musical form into a focused weapon, they released a record that would rarely be bettered and never surpassed.“the dirty rotten” vinyl is finally re-issued, and finally given the release it so truly deserves. One of the most famous records in hardcore history just got better. Essential for metal-heads and hardcore kids alike. (Beer City Records)
  • DAG NASTY | can i say | LP

    20.00 incl. tax
    Classic record available once again on vinyl. Originally released in 1986, Brian Baker (Minor Threat) and Dave Smalley (DYS, ALL, DOWN BY LAW) pretty much laid the blueprint for all "melodic hardcore" for decades to come with this LP. Arguably the best DAG NASTY record, a must have in anyones collection. (Dischord Records)
  • Dag With Shawn was recorded on Halloween Day 1985 and features the original line-up of the band with Shawn Brown on vocals. Initially, songs from this session were to be released as a four-song 7" on Dischord, but shortly after the recording Shawn left Dag Nasty and the tape was shelved. In early 1986 the band re-recorded the entire album with new vocalist Dave Smalley and released it as Can I Say.

    This recording, taken from restored master tapes, was mastered at Chicago Mastering Service. The 12" LP features a free MP3 download. (Dischord Records)  
  • Originally released in 1987, this classic album was remastered and recut and features updated graphics. Certain songs on here actually sound like they could have belonged on "can i say" but other songs show an obvious progression with Baker using Doug's different vocal style to try something different. Vinyl includes a digital download card. (Dischord Records)
  • DAILY RITUAL are coming from a small DIY HC/ Punk community in the Island city- (police)state of Singapore. They started in 2013 playing simple, melodic, dark and catchy political punk music, influenced heavily by 80's punk rock. DAILY RITUAL could be perceived as their own escape from their other existing bands like Vaarallinen, Snaggletooth, Pazahora, Yumi etc. - DAILY RITUAL lyrics are mostly about dealing with the anxiety of living in a modern totalitarian state. A demo tape was released in January 2014 followed by 'Depressed State' EP 7" on 4490 records. (Sabotage Records)
  • My first attempt to this record was "why the hell should anyone repress a 1996 record by the Damned?". I was totally wrong. this record is as good as their golden era ones. Imagine Phantasmagoria mixed with Machine Gun Etiquette. It's been originally released as "Not Of This Earth" and this one comes in red/purple marbled vinyl and it's pretty damn rare. (Fan Club/Unofficial Release)  
  • Washington, D.C.'s creative, politically insurgent punk scene is studied for the first time by local activist Mark Andersen and arts writer Mark Jenkins. The nation's capital gave birth to the most influential punk underground of the '80s and '90s. Dance of Days recounts the rise of trailblazing artists such as Bad Brains, Henry Rollins, Fugazi and Bikini Kill.  
    • Paperback | 436 pages
    • 203 x 203 x 25.4mm | 771g
    • 10 Jan 2010
    • Akashic Books,U.S.
    • New York, United States
    • English
         
  • DANZIG | danzig | LP

    16.00 incl. tax
    Re-issue of the first Us pressing without the Danzig logo on cover. Danzig debuts with a record of simple, pounding, bluesy metal featuring lead singer Glenn Danzig’s trademark Elvis-meets-Jim Morrison bellow and outlandishly dark, evil lyrics. There isn’t a great deal of musical variety or complexity here, but the band powers its way through such signature tunes as Twist of Cain, Am I Demon, and the (future) hit Mother with a primal energy. Plus, Danzig’s tongue-in-cheek posturing as the ultimate unholier-than-thou heavy metal frontman gives the record a definite appeal, even if one is not inclined to view his theatrics as dangerous or threatening. With James Hetfield from Metallica on backing vocals. (Def American Recordings/Unofficial Release)
  • DANZIG | T-shirt

    18.00 incl. tax
    Official t-shirt. Gildan Heavy Cotton.
  • Second 12” from this Philadelphia band that wears their Ramones influence on their collective sleeve. However, Dark Thoughts has always seemed like a hardcore band playing melodic, Ramones-inspired punk rather than a true pop-punk band, as evidenced by the Negazione and Betong Hysteria shirts members often wear when they play live. I’ve always said that dressing like you’re from one scene but playing music in the style of another is a sure path to success, but in actuality Dark Thoughts’ secret sauce is their incredible songwriting. At Home, while sounding very similar to their great first LP, strikes me as an improvement. The songs feel snappier and more direct (the LP also feels shorter, but I haven’t checked whether it is) and the Ramones influence is closer to the surface. Dark Thoughts don’t just ape superficial aspects of the Ramones’ sound, though. The big riff (and even bigger vocal melody) in “Psycho Ward” sounds like it could have been a deep cut hit off Halfway to Sanity or Brain Drain, while “Don’t Wanna” is just as clear an homage to Leave Home as the record’s artwork. As someone who was never hardcore enough to sell off my Screeching Weasel records, I’m right in Dark Thoughts’ key demographic. If, like me, you thought that the pop-punk section of your record collection was no longer accepting new entries, I suggest you board this bandwagon. (Drunken Sailor Records) https://drunkensailorrecords.bandcamp.com/album/at-work-lp