• Ltd color vinyl LP in a silver laminated gatefold single pocket heavyweight jacket, with 12 page 12x12 booklet insert. Discography Volume 2 compiles 42 tracks and spans the years 1995-2013. This includes Hostile EP, and splits with Unholy Grave, Totalitar, Look Back And Laugh, Converge, Systematic Death, Ruidosa Inmundicia, and Brainoil as well as compilation tracks and the Arms Race EP. Track Listing: Idiot Icon The Enemy Within (Part 2) Witchhunt Spirit Lies Broken Fade Those Who We Deny Prison Hope Is An Option Life Disease Struggle Army Of Hate Herd What Once Was Life Boiling Point What Once Was Life Witchhunt Prison Dead Inside I Will Stand Us And Them The Truth Will Remain Empire Of Bone At The End Of Days A Disease Called Man Scream At The Wall Awaken Sleeper Prison What Could Be Boxed In Brick By Brick A Final Question Words Of Truth Another Stone Paths Of Glory Foundation The Final Chapter A Fall Of Empires Last Breath Harvest Indoctrination Give It Up Arms Race (Armageddon Records)
  • Ltd color vinyl LP in a silver laminated gatefold single pocket heavyweight jacket, with 8 page 12x12 booklet insert. Their long awaited third album, recorded by Kurt Ballou and Zach Weeks at God City and mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege. Musically, the third Dropdead album is a bit different from previous recordings, style-wise and vocally, with the latter being delivered so the words have an impact more so than just raw screaming. With 23 songs in 24 minutes, the songs themselves vary much more in tempo and style, but ultimately, it's a Dropdead record that makes sense in 2020. Lyrically, this record is relevant to the times we live in, focused on the alarming state of the world, the disturbing rise of right-wing extremism, animal abuse, and the continued social failures of humankind. "These are dark times we find ourselves living in," says the band, "and this is how we vent our frustration and anger in a positive way." Track List: Prelude Torches Road To Absolution Only Victims Warfare State Corrupt On Your Knees Vultures The Black Mask Ashes Book Of hate Flesh And Blood Stoking The Flame Bodies Hatred Burning Nothing Remains Abattoir Of Pain Stripped By The Knife Hail To The Emperor Before The Fall United States Of Corruption Will You Fight? The Future Is Yours (Armageddon Records)
  • Ltd color vinyl LP in a gatefold single pocket heavyweight jacket, with printed inner sleeve. Completely remixed by Kurt Ballou in June 2020 and mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege. This record has never sounded better with this fresh audio, clearing up the muddy sound of the original tremendously. This pressing now cut to play as a normal outside to inside record, unlike the original pressings. The second album of sonic-grind, total obliti-core from Rhode Island's deafening devastators. Eighteen angry hardcore/thrash songs. 18 songs in a decidedly more Swedish HC vein, but with the usual odd breaks and fast parts throughout. More melodic than the first LP in some ways, and noisier in others. Track Listing: Superior Bitterfruit Those Who We Deny Tied Down For Survival Clay Idiot Icon Part Two Witch Hunt Nothing Less Than Lost Stone Us And Them One Inside One-Hundred Justify Your Violence Spirit Lies Broken Dead Inside Life Disease I Will Stand What Once Was Life (Armageddon Records)
  • ENZYME | howling mind | LP

    16.50 incl. tax

    After two 7"s on Crust War and Hardcore Victim and a Tour flexi in Japan on Vox Populi Records, Australian noise-punx Enzyme release their debut 10 track debut album. The band made up of ex members of Pisschrist, Kromosom and Unknown to Gods worship at the alter of Perdition era Disorder, Chaos UK and Confuse. The bass drives the sound, the drums hectic with a lot of rolling tom tom work whilst the guitar has an immense tone of buzzing distortion and flanged psychedelics. Get ready to pogo!
    https://lavidaesunmus.bandcamp.com/album/howling-mind
    (La Vida Es Un Mus Records)

  • 2nd album from this “all-star” raw punk/d-beat band coming out from Sweden. If you miss Totalitär - you are at the right place. Why “all-star” band? Just imagine current line-up members and their experiences in bands like Warcollapse, Slutet, Totalitär (eh!), Dischange, Krigshot, Makabert Fynd, Dissekerad, Krig I Hudik, Katastrof, Institution, Brainbombs, Napalm A.D., Desperate Fix, Kvoteringen, Meanwhile, Disfear, No Security or Ääritila … and many more. This is album of the year! (Phobia Records) https://phobiarecords.bandcamp.com/album/exploat-r-avgrundens-brant-lp
  • Eleven years after their already classic and genre defining “Under the Ashes” Osaka’s FRAMTID are back with a new LP. “Defeat of Civilization” is everything you would expect from FRAMTID. 10 tracks of crushing Japanese hardcore heavily influenced both by the sound and ideas of early Swedish hardcore but pushing to sound to the edge. Mega distorted guitars, deep vocals and the most solid yet dynamic rhythm section you’ll ever witness are FRAMTID’s trademark as well as are their lyrics full of hope and their stark black and white graphics.. Released in time for their appearances at Chaos in Texas Festival “Defeat of Civilization” has been released simultaneously in Japan (Crust War) USA (Black Water) and LVEUM (Europe). Order accordingly.
    (La Vida Es Un Mus Records)


  • An absolutely over the top recording comprising twelve tracks of punishing hardcore with a huge wall-of-noize production adding to their faultless song writing. As noisy as the album is, all the songs are hits and hard to forget. 'The Total Arse', 'Tomorrow' and 'Consuming Shit and Mind Pollution' are what the new generation of noize-not-music punk lack, memorable anthems. Housed in a tip on sleeve for as long as they last and without alterations to the art or sound from the original, this reissue tries to bring an undoubtedly classic of our generation back to life.
    (La Vida En Us Mus Records)

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    Across 10 songs and a handful of instrumentals, Melbourne's GELD demonstrate a concerted progression from their previous work; raging incendiary hardcore collides with nightmarish bad trip wanderings in a swirling maelstrom of tightly marshaled chaos. The fast parts are faster, the slow parts slower, the weird parts weirder. The vicious thrashing punk of songs like "Invader" and "Infra" come in at a little over a minute; a wild joyride reminiscent of the Japanese Burning Spirits bands alongside Cleveland’s infamous ‘90s hardcore scene. Meandering hallucinogenic badness meanwhile emanates from "Gedankenfleisch", "Forces At Work" and "L.O.W.A.G. II", injecting the record with a terrifying sense of drug paranoia and psychological dissolution bringing to mind STICKMEN WITH RAYGUNS, FLIPPER or POISON IDEA. Purportedly undertaken as something of an exorcism, the writing and recording of ‘Beyond The Floor’ was characterized by “pills, meth, booze, weed, DMT, hate, betrayal, fear, love, depression, addiction, denial and broken bones”. (Static Shock Records) https://staticshockrecords.bandcamp.com/album/beyond-the-floor
  • Debut album from Malmö d-beaters. Loud and noisy crasher mangel crusty punk from Malmö Sweden. Genöme makes a follow up to their ”The Sound Of Loud Ringing In The Ear – tape” this time with some changes within the band that can be noticed in a good way. As a new bassplayer has taken control of the noise it’s been a more distincts way of bringing out the wall of thundernoise. The satisfying and chaotic combination of the mental drumming, noisy guitar and furious vocals makes this a full on mad and powerfull follow up.This wont dissapoint you crasher noise crusters out there. Recorded by Genöme (Andreas) in the Nidis at Norragränges Mixed & Mastered by Matte P, SCELERIS PRODUCTIONS Artwork by PetterArtwork & Layout by Andreas Coopeartion Phobia Records. Up The Punx, Not Enough, Ryvvolte Records, Doombringer Records, Punk Bastard, Distro Rakkos, Bullwhip Records.
  • 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
  • HALSHUG | sort sin | LP

    18.00 incl. tax
    2nd album from raw d-beat punk destroyers. “Sort Sind” (Black Mind) is for fiends of: Discharge, Skitsystem. Pure Mayhem! “Sort Sind” and the songs are reflections on fragments of the human experience expressed in the form of hardcore punk. The music is pure hardcore punk, no intended cross-overs or fusions. In the style of the bands EP and first LP, the style is scandinavian d-beat punk with many mid-tempo breakdowns and a few stomp-punk passages along the way. Differently from the last two releases (the LP Blodets Bånd on Southern Lord recs. and Dödkontrol on D-beat & Raw Punk recs.) the fast parts on this album aren’t as fast or as blasting, but turned slightly down to a more groovy d-beat. Some crusty references still occur, but riffs and leads on this album aren’t as orthodox to the scandinavian style as an the former releases. (Southern Lord Records) https://halshugsl.bandcamp.com/album/sort-sind
  • HAMMERS | self titled | 7″

    5.00 3.00 incl. tax
    Hammers are a Manchester trio making the most relentless metallic hardcore this country has to offer. Dark, chaotic and disturbing crust/metal/hardcore. Screenprinted covers on handmade recycled paper. (Hammers Records)
  • New on Rawmantic Disasters is the Hellish View/Tortür - Raw Split LP. Hellish View from Minneapolis play primitive chainsaw punk! Clearly heavily inspired by Disclose and the like...distorted and driving D-beat. Tortür hail from Los Angeles, CA play typical noisy D-beat crasher crust. Expect nothing less than hellish rawpunk and a raw D-beat attack. If you can’t get enough Disclose worship, this LP should be for you! (Rawmantic Disasters) www.tortur-rawpunk.bandcamp.com www.hellishview666.bandcamp.com/album/tort-r-hellish-view-split
  • HELLKNIFE | dusk of doom | LP

    17.50 12.00 incl. tax
    Ever think “Yeah, I love Wolfbrigade but wish they had some blasting occasionally”? Then HELLKNIFE‘s debut ‘Dusk Of Doom’ is the release you have been waiting for! The Mannheim five piece produce that crust metal sound with the aplomb of scene veterans. Guitars ripping between jangling d-beat riffing, trem picked almost black metal-ish speed sections and the melodic leads that give Crust that truly epic punk feel. Vocals are the bellowed hoarse throat tearers classic to the style, lent an edge by an extremely clean production and a delivery any wearer of a dred mullet would be proud of. The drums are intense, again with very polished production nothing is lost from the performance here, pummeling D-beats with some excellent cymbal play swapping to micro-blasting sections through rolling tom fills. HELLKNIFE capture that epic stadium crust feel perfectly, while incorporating some unique elements, songs like ‘Burn It Down’ feature a strong bluesy crust’n’roll undertone which keeps the listeners attention. Where some might tire of a surging tide of D-beat for 30 minutes HELLKNIFE do exactly what is needed to please both purists of the genre and keep the more casual fan entertained throughout. (Phobia Records / WOOAAARGH ‎/ Ecocentric Records) https://hellknife.bandcamp.com/album/dusk-of-doom
  • Three years after their second album "Return Of The Empire", the italian Vampire punx combo returns with their new full length „New Wave of Fear’’. The tunes got darker and less punk than their previous releases but, all in all, the formula hasn't changed too much, and, hell yeah, this is a concept album about life and death.
    (Trabuc Records)

  • Malmö hc/råpunk time machine heading back to the early 80's. (Adult Crash Records) https://kasshuve.bandcamp.com/album/grisablod-8-track-ep
  • KHIIS | bezoar | LP

    17.00 incl. tax

    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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    Finland’s Kohti Tuhoa return with a brand new 5-track EP! Picking up where they left off with their highly acclaimed 2019 album Ihmisen kasvot, this Helsinki 4-piece bring you another relentless piece of wax full of raw and catchy hardcore punk. Much like Kohti Tuhoa’s previous recordings, Elä totuudesta (Live the truth) EP has a strong classic-Finnish-hardcore feel to it, but it also shows the band breaking with tradition and bringing in more experimental elements in the closing track “Vesi virtaa”. Thematically the EP revolves around personal struggles and gender equality with the powerful vocal work underlining every word, even spotlighting problems within the punk scene. (La Vida Es Un Mus Records) https://lavidaesunmus.bandcamp.com/album/el-totuudesta
  • Kohti Tuhoa’s debut was considered by many as the most exciting hardcore punk record out of Scandinavia in ages. Their sophomore album Pelon neljäs valtakunta is constructed from similar building blocks but with the band’s sound taking a step further towards genre classicists such as Discharge and Disorder, not to mention classic Finnish hardcore punk acts such as Terveet Kädet, Varaus, Riistetyt. (Svart Records)  
  • (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
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    Debut album from swedish d-tatk/raw punk band with Makabert Fynd/Passiv Dödshjälp members. Unpolished and raw Swedish D-Beat/Käng!
    Only 200 pressed. Colored vinyl. (Phobia Records) https://phobiarecords.bandcamp.com/album/kronisk-misantropi-masshypnos-lp
  • A trio from Texas who build on the foundation of good old anarcho punk, but are adding a thrashing Spanish hardcore flavor to the mix. The overall feel I get is that this is pretty dark and gloomy, but sharp in it’s delivery – making it very interesting. Influences range from d-beat to death rock to anarcho punk, and it’s all there in the final result. It’s hard, it’s bouncy, it’s pissed, it’s hopeful… 10 tracks.
    "I’ve reviewed a lot of great records over the last few years, but I feel guilty as hell to come up with this review just now. KURRAKÄ’s self-titled LP was released in 2014 by Trabuc Records and I have tons of reasons to love this band and record. In these ten songs we’ve been trailed off in a complete pandemonium of raw aggression by a three piece all-female bearers of chaos coming from Austin, TX.
    The fierce vocals of Dru Molina (also in Criaturas) rip and rage in the Crudos school of thought, while the dark deathrock overtones remind me of the witty macabre of my all time favorite Rudimentary Peni. Lyrically the trio is screaming to the moon and casting spells about strength and women, shadows and spirits, blood and passion, chaos and freedom… Add to that the seething mass of buzzing raw punk guitars, pounding d-beat drumming and chaos magick symbolism, and you’ll have a masterpiece of an obscure hardcore punk record. I would love to get this on a 12″ LP (it’s been pressed on 400 copies in black vinyl and 100 copies in purple) and totally recommend you to check out not only Kurrakä’s recordings prior to their LP but also their fellow peers like Criaturas, Vaaska, and Impalers."
    (Trabuc Records)

  • D-beat attack in the vein Wolfpack/Skitsystem from Athens.
    (Stand Against Vivisection Records/Terminal Records)
    https://terminalrecords.bandcamp.com/album/last-rites

  • LIES | plague | LP

    15.00 incl. tax

    Members of Skin Like Iron and The Hope Conspiracy proudly stand by their long time hardcore influences, with a nod to Swedish punk ala Anti-Cimex & Skitsystem. A sick  delivery of  infectious, raging, brutal Hardcore/Punk. For fiends of Nails, Totalitär, Green Beret. LP is one-sided 12" with killer B side etching + stoughton tip-on jacket.
    (Southern Lord Records)