ΆΠΝΟΙΑ "ωδή στο χάος" (Extreme Earslughter) - 5€
Pro tape limited to 100 copies.
ΒΙΟΜΗΧΑΝΙΚΉ ΑΥΤΟΚΤΟΝΊΑ "demo 1990" (Extreme Earslughter) - 5€
Pro tape limited to 100 copies.
ΠΑΡΟΞΥΣΜΟΣ "σήψη γενεών/οι θεοί της λήθης" (Extreme Earslughter) - 5€
Pro tape limited to 100 copies.
ANTI MOB / ΧΩΡΙΣ ΟΙΚΤΟ split (Εξωτικός Παροξυσμός) - 7€
Yes, it's true. Two brand new songs from each band.
ΗΛΙΟΣ ΘΑΝΑΤΟΥ "στην απεραντοσύνη του φόβου" (Scarecrow) LP
"Στην απεραντοσύνη του φόβου" is the debut full lenght by the Athens based Ήλιος Θανάτου. The LP features 7 songs of dark, metallic and crust influenced hardcore.
ΠΝΕΥΜΑΤΙΚΗ ΔΙΑΨΕΥΣΗ ''εγκλωβισμένος εισχωρώντας στα χρόνια'' (Self Released)
Μετά την επανένωση του 2013 και αφού προέκυψε το πρώτο LP ''Ανεξίτηλα Σημάδια +2'' ηχογράφησαν και πρόκειται να κυκλοφορήσει τον Ιούνιο του '17 το LP ''Εγκλωβισμένος Εισχωρώντας Στα Χρόνια''.
PROCRASTINATE - st (Sweetohm Recordings) - 10€
Πρώτος μεγάλως δίσκος απο τους Procrastinate. Anti-authoritarian, anti-fascist, anti-racist, anti-sexist, anti-homophobic crust hardcore απο Καρδίτσα. Το εξώφυλλο του δίσκου το ανέλαβε ο Alex CF (Fall of Efrafa, Light Bearer, Carnist, Momentum, Archivist, Morrow, etc). Ακουστε ολο το LΡ εδω >
HUMAN SLAUGHTER "empire of the dust" (Weird Face) - 12€
Πρώτος μεγάλος δίσκος απο τους Human Slaughter. Limited to 150 copies.
ASOCIAL “död åt kapitalismen” (F.O.A.D.) - 15€
Sweden’s Hardcore pioneers blast back after 23 years! “Död åt kapitalismen” is their first recording since 1994 and as expected it takes no prisoners… 10 songs of raw and brutal HC combing the traditional Scandinavian approach with a solid d-beat structure. It takes all the best features of their previous works to push them to a new devastating stage… speed, anger, vitriolic vocals and a solid production makes this a total scandicore headsmasher for fans of Anti Cimex, Crude SS, Totallitär, Avskum and so on. Comes in a gatefold sleeve.
ASOCIAL “house of gore +” (F.O.A.D.) - 15€
The third and final installment that completes the ASOCIAL vinyl reissues to make their entire 1982-1994 easily available for all you Scandicore psychos. This LP collects the following: “How could Hardcore be any worse” (split tape with The Bedrövlers, 1984… THEIR FASTEST RECORDINGS EVER!) plus some extra unreleased stuff, songs from “Hardcore for the masses” and “Attack is now suicide” v.a. LPs (both from 1988), the “House of gore” 7″ (1992) and their songs from “Distortion to hell” v.a. CD (1994). All this stuff has been mastered from the original reels and mastertapes.
This collection shows the band’s progression from the early, out of control ultra Hardcore annihilation to a more d-beat paced (as a matter of fact, a Discharge cover is included) and even metallic HC approach, still keeping the aggression and power that has always been a trademark in their sound. 25 tracks. Housed in a glossy gatefold sleeve with silver hot-foil stamping.
CROWD "a world apart" (Radiation) - 16€
Radiation Deluxe Series present a reissue of The Crowd's A World Apart, originally released in 1981. "It is impossible to overstate the significance of The Crowd to the nascent L.A. hardcore scene. Whilst bands like early Agent Orange and Social Distortion were playing to handfuls of fans in northern Orange County, in 1979 The Crowd were already filling backyards on their home turf in Huntington Beach, California. Ironically, it was further afield in the San Gabriel Valley that I first saw them perform, opening for the still punk Go-Go's in a small club. Without the continuing success of The Crowd in 1979 and throughout the summer of 1980, I would have packed my bags for London. Instead, the L.A. hardcore scene lifted off!" --Robbie Fields, Poshboy Records. 180 gram vinyl. Edition of 500.
DISCARD "four minutes past midnight" (Unrest) - 15€
Reissue! Just after their 1986 demo was released in 1990 as"Death From Above" EP, Per Lundström (Agoni) remained the only original member of Discard. He went on to recruit Mats Svensson from Asocial on guitar, along with two others to record this solid full- length D-Beat album, "Four Minutes Past Midnight".
Originally pressed by Ripping Records in 1993, a sub-label of Plastic Head Distribution, "Four Minutes Past Midnight" will now see the light once again on Unrest Records with permission of Mats Svensson. Discard is one of the original D-Beat bands that played furious, bare bones and in-your-face Discharge infused hardcore punk. Even though they began as a Mob 47 side project with a couple of demos, compilations and one live performance, Discard had an impact on bands like Doom, who are one of the most important and influential British crust punk bands ever.
By the time "Four Minutes Past Midnight" came out in 1993, the D-Beat epidemic had begun as bands like Disclose, Dischange or Disfear (and Disaster before them) were proudly carrying the banner of Discharge-worship, the patterns of which had been drawn by Discard in 1985. Discard continues to play a crucial role in punk history as they influence the distorted sounds of D-Beat bands to this day.
Re-mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege Studios (Portland, USA), this classic repress comes on a reverse board printed gatefold jacket!
ELECTRO HIPPIES "killing babies is tight... and others" (Fan Club) - 14€
There is no need to say much here, you probably know them and the web is full of infos about them. Two full demo's, live and rehearsal.
Tracks A1 to A8 recorded live in January 1986 in Liverpool.
Tracks A9 to A15: "Killing Babies Is Tight" demo, recorded at Dead Fly Studio on 03.03.1986.
Tracks B1 to B3: rehearsal 1985.
Tracks B4 to B12 "If Killing Babies Is Tight, Killing Babies For Profit Is Even Tighter" demo, recorded at Dead Fly Studio on 26.01.1987.
Limited edition of 323 copies (13 of them being additionally special hand-numbered edition in hand made covers - because not enough of the proper covers were printed).
Includes a 2-sided insert with lyrics and drawings.
EVEN WORSE "lost album" (Radiation) - 16€
Radiation Deluxe Series present We Suck!, the lost album by Even Worse from 1982, never before on vinyl. One of the best kept secrets of the early pre-New York Hardcore scene, along with Bad Brains, Beastie Boys, Heart Attack, Undead, Kraut, etc. We Suck! features Big Takeover magazine editor Jack Rabid, Eric Keil, Bobby Weeks, and R.B. Korbet, the classic New York Thrash (1982) compilation lineup. Recorded at the famous 171A studio, co-produced by Bad Brains, with additional live tracks from New York's legendary Max's Kansas City club in 1981. 180 gram vinyl. Edition of 500.
EVIL DEAD / AVFALL "Fatality/Narcisuss Norvegicus" (Weird Face) - 14€
Οι Evil Dead είναι one man project του Rob Wilkerson στις αρχές του 2000 όταν ακόμα οι Evil Army δεν είχαν δημιουργηθεί. Thrash metal με κάποια περάσματα Misfits. Οι Avfall είναι hardcore συγκρότημα από την Νορβηγία. Αν και υπάρχουν από το 2010, αυτό είναι το πρώτο τους Physical release το οποίο περιέχει όλες τις ηχογραφήσεις τους από τότε. Limited to 100 copies.
EXECUTE "antagonistic shadow" (Harto De Todo) - 14€
From what I read on the liner notes this would appear to be The Executes one and only full length. Most people would remember them from the Split 12" with German punk's Inferno released on Pushead's label. This is way less thrashy than their earlier work and as with Gastunk they seem to have taken a large influence from UK heavy weights like the Southern Death Cult and Killing Joke. This is a great record for those sombre moments, it has a lot of really nice guitar work and some awesome vocals. "The Human of the Ghoul" now is that an awesome song title or what!! Originally released in 1988.
EXPLOITED "punk's not dead" (Radiation) - 14€
Born from working class roots in Edinburgh, Scotland, The Exploited emerged from the punk underground in 1981 with the debut-LP 'Punk's Not Dead', a direct response to the Crass-song 'Punk Is Dead'. The Exploited brought to the early '80s all the fire, speed and attitude of 1977's first wave, but with a street punk/Oi! swagger that was fresh and exciting. Peaking at #20 on the UK charts, 'Punk's Not Dead' was the best selling independent record of 1981. Essential punk history!
HUMAN GAS "japan hardcore" (Hiro) - 18€
Cult, classic and obscure 80's Japanese HC/punk .... this is must. Includes 2 sided insert. Recordings from master tapes.
All bands recordings is here:
Explosives Demo 83
StaliNism Split 7''
Honbetsu Glory Demo 83
V.A. Street Punk Omnibus 84
Limited to 200 copies
JUDGE "revelation can suck it" (Fan Club) - 15€
Judge had gone into Chung King with only one three-day weekend of studio time block-booked in order to record their first album, since band members John Porcelly and Sammy Siegler were set to tour with their main band Youth Of Today in Europe later that month. The studio was home to many of the popular (and now legendary) rap acts of the day, including the Beastie Boys, Run-DMC and LL Cool J; Youth Of Today had recorded their second album We're Not In This Alone at the same studio earlier in the year, so Porcelly and Siegler were already familiar with the place. According to a 2005 interview with Judge guitarist Porcell in AMP Magazine, all three of those acts had already been using three of the four separate facilities in the studio complex, leaving Judge with what was at the time the least technologically advanced of the four rooms. To complicate matters, the recording engineer the band had been assigned by the studio was a full-blown cocaine addict - an irony given Judge's militant anti-drug lyrics and moral code. During the second day of the sessions, the engineer on duty failed to show up for work, forcing the band to work with another studio staff engineer totally unaccustomed to recording punk rock music.
After the sessions were completed, Porcell and Siegler listened to the finished mixes while on the Youth of Today European tour and came to the conclusion that while the performances were good, the recordings were not up to the standards of what they had done in the past with Youth of Today. The drum tracks in particular do not have the punch typical of other Revelation releases at the time, and the overall mix is considered to be thin. A phone call to lead singer Mike "Judge" Ferarro confirmed that he too was unhappy with the finished album, and the group chose to shelve the session and start over in a different studio. Unfortunately for Revelation, label owner Jordan Cooper had already paid for the mastering of the record and the plating of the vinyl stampers - a point in the manufacture of record too late to fully prevent the release of an album, especially for Revelation Records, which was then still a small independent label that Cooper was running out of his home.
With advance orders already coming in for the as-yet unreleased album, Revelation decided to press a limited run of 100 white-vinyl copies of the album, assigning it catalog number REV:-1 (negative one), and sending these copies to tide over fans who had advance ordered Bringin' It Down. As is customary the record pressing plant produced a 10% overrun of the album and as a result 110 copies were delivered. Each copy has its number stamped on the bottom corner of the back of the sleeve however the printing on the jacket notes a pressing run of 100 so with the additional 10, those extra sleeves had the "100" altered to say "110". This record has been much sought after by collectors ever since.
Judge then scheduled time at Normandy Studios in Rhode Island - the same studio where The Cro-Mags recorded their second album Best Wishes in 1988 - to record a proper version of their first album, Bringin' It Down. The two albums are similar in track listing for the first eight songs; Chung King... features two songs, "Holding On" and "No Apologies", that were not rerecorded for Bringin' It Down; "Where It Went", written after the Chung King... sessions, takes their place.
The Chung King Can Suck It album remained a rarity (in spite of two different bootleg editions of the album), and was sought after both for its collectibility and the two rare Judge songs it contained, until 2005, when Revelation compiled all of Judge's recorded output - Chung King Can Suck It included - for the CD What It Meant: The Complete Discography. In May 2015 a copy became the most expensive sale on Discogs.com, fetching $6,048, a record that stood for a year until David Bowie's second album, David Bowie, sold for $6,826.
Includes 1-sided lyric sheet. 150 copies pressed.
TOKEN ENTRY "from beneath the
streets" (Mad At The World) - 14€
By the time Token Entry released "From Beneath The Streets" in 1987 on Kevin Seconds' Positive Force label, they were already one of NYHC's most beloved bands. Having existed in a slightly different incarnation as Gilligan's Revenge in the early half of the 1980's, Token Entry was comprised of scene vets from New York's hardcore-rich borough of Queens. One of the few NYHC bands of that era that managed to tour extensively, they were notorious for their high-energy shows and their lack of patience for tough-guy posturing. No account of late '80s, CBGB matinee-era NYHC is complete without this album. The present reissue makes "From Beneath The Streets" available on vinyl for the first time since the late '90s, complete with faithful reproductions of the original covers and inserts. LP includes free MP3 download of the entire album.
MISFITS "12 hits from hell" (Misfits Fan) - 14€
12 Hits From Hell is a cancelled studio album by the Misfits. It was recorded in 1980 but went unreleased. Caroline Records attempted to release it in 2001, but band members Glenn Danzig and Jerry Only called off production and the album was scrapped.
This is a reconstruction of the unreleased 1980 debut album from The Misfits, 12 Hits From Hell, which was scrapped after guitarist Bobby Steele was replaced by Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein. Some of the songs were instead released as 7” singles and the remaining tracks were used as a demo to secure a record deal and eventually re-recorded in 1982 as their seminal Walk Among Us. Although 12 Hits From Hell was given a modern remix and remaster for a posthumous release in 2001, it was again vetoed and scrapped by vocalist Glenn Danzig and bassist Jerry Only because of errors in mastering, artwork and liner note credit. This reconstruction ignores the posthumous 2001 remix and attempts to collect only authentic mixes to assemble how the album would have sounded in 1980.
NECRONY "severe malignant pustule demo '91 + mucupurulent miscarriage EP '91 + promo tape '93/'94" (Fan Club) - 15€
Great quality collection featuring the band's first demotape "Severe malignant pustule" (1991), the "Mucu-Purulent Miscarriage" EP (1991) and their promo tape '93-94. Total early CARCASS gore/grind worship delivered by pre-NASUM members. Razor-sharp grinding riffs combined with rotten to the gore puking vocals in the best "Reek of putrefaction" tradition. If you like the Swedish school of pathological Grindcore (think of GENERAL SURGERY, early REGURGITATE etc) this is a total must have. 12 songs. Includes an insert with lyrics and a reproduction of the original cassette sleeve!
NIHILIST "drowned - the demos" (Euro Fan) - 14€
Death metal band from Stockholm, Sweden, formed in 1987. Nihilist was one of the first bands to emerge from the Stockholm death metal scene. The group recorded three demo tapes before disbanding in 1989 due to disagreements within the band (namely between Johnny Hedlund and the rest of the group). After the split Nicke Andersson however quickly reformed the group as Entombed, but without Hedlund, who then went to form his own band Unleashed.
Amazing demos compilation by Nihilsit, one of the most important and influent Swedish Death Metal bands EVER! The family tree of this band is stunning, having spawned acts like Entombed and Unleashed and their trademark sound became the blueprint of a whole scene. This compilation features their three demos ("Prematury Autopsy" 1988, "Only shreds remain" 1989 and "Drowned" 1989) and their "Radiation sickness" EP, the first Entombed demo ("But life goes on" 1989) and some Entombed live tracks as a bonus. This is absolutely,MANDATORY, a history lesson for every Death Metal fan out there!
PERMISSION "contagious life" (La Vida En Us Mus) - 14€
New band from London, great anarcho punk.
RHINO 39 - st (Radiation) - 16€
A long forgotten classic LP, finally back in print, in an edition of 500 copies on 180-gram vinyl. Formed in the late '70s at the same high school that spawned L.A. legends T.S.O.L., Rhino 39 had an unfortunate fate. After releasing a legendary single on Dangerhouse in 1979, one of the earliest examples of L.A. hc, lead singer Dave Dacron died in a car accident in 1980. His younger brother took over lead singing duties and though it took another six years for the self-titled debut-LP to be released, it still sounds like classic early 80s L.A. punk. A legendary band with a long forgotten classic LP finally back in print on Radiation Deluxe. 180 gram vinyl. Edition of 500.
THE SEXUAL "complete discography 1983-1985" (Unreleased Records/Sweden) - 18€
Time has proven countless times that Japanese punk is indeed the bees knees, and The Sexual are no exception. Initially more of a first wave hardcore band, The Sexual developed a harder, heavier and faster approached as they progressed, with more feedback, distortion and Discharge worship than before. You get the first flexi 7" EP "Suicide" from 1984, the second flexi EP "The Last Days" from 1985, the 2 tracks from Jisatsu Compilation 8" EP from 1985 + unreleased studio and live tracks recorded in 1983. And I tell you what: there isn't a single bad track here. This is one of great bands from Japan and probably from Earth. Just wait to hear "The Last Days" song and you'll understand what I'm talking about, it sounds like a soundtrack from a sinister movie. I got the feeling that I've heard that song before. This is essentially a vinyl version of the official discography that was released in 2002 (and, like a lot of discography CDs of 80s Japanese punk bands, is now quite expensive and hard to find)… it sounds like the audio might have been sourced from that CD as well, because the sound here is clear, bright, and powerful.
Limited to 200 copies, comes with a info sheet and small sticker. Track list:
Tracks 01-04: Suicide EP (1984)
Tracks 05-09: The Last Days EP (1985)
Tracks 10-11: V/A Suicide Compilation (1985)
Tracks 12-15: Unreleased Studio Tracks (Kouchi Reco 8/23/1983)
Tracks 16-17: Unreleased Live Tracks (Kouchi Buzz 9/11/1983)
SPIRITS "unrest" (State of Mind/Useless Pride/Here And Now/Ride+hun.music.) -
Boston’s straight edge Spirits are back with a brand new LP called Unrest. Recorded in their own Boston practice room by Robert Cheeseman and Charles Chaussinand, then mixed by Kurt Ballou at God City Studios and mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege it does sounds like a bomb. Judging by the first tracks revealed, Unrest will take the music of Spirits somewhere it hasn’t been before. We’ll leave the band do the talking by shamelessly copying and pasting their Facebook statement. While reading give the first tracks off Unrest a spin.
"It’s been a long 12 months of preparation here in our little corner of the world but the time has finally come for our sophomore record, UNREST, to be sent out into the airwaves for all to hear. We spent two weeks in the late spring of 2016 holed up in our practice space in Boston tracking the record ourselves before sending it up to God City Studio in Salem, MA to be mixed by Kurt Ballou. Mastering was handled by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege. Artwork layout/design was handled by Doug Dean from Pittsburgh, PA.
UNREST is comprised of 12 songs that collectively push the sonic boundaries of the band outwards in numerous directions while still maintaining a strong foothold on our melodic punk-hardcore roots. The production on the record is a massive leap forward compared to previous releases and it is widely apparent that we took our time trying to get this release right after you give it a listen. UNREST clocks in at 24 minutes and 37 seconds listening time and is packed with everything you’d expect from a follow up to Discontent… hard hitting, no-nonsense, lean punk/hardcore songs that take you on a roller coaster ride of tempos, emotions, and lyrical themes. It’s political. It’s personal. It’s both introspective and a commentary on the surroundings we’re submerged into on a daily basis. Overall, it’s a collective document for how we view the world we’re living in, our designated place in it, and, despite how grim and dismal the outlook may be at this moment, UNREST is a declaration of how we can all work together to make this life better in the present moment and to leave a better world for those yet to come after we’re gone.
As with all of our previous releases, the packaging for the vinyl release of UNREST is unique and will definitely catch your eye if you have a liking for packaging design and an intricate layout. The LP Jacket is diecut so that the front of the record acts as an empty picture frame, allowing for the lyric insert (a 12×24 double sided insert) to be placed into the jacket as one of four ‘portraits’ on the lyric sheet. Each portrait has a twist on the misrepresentation of the American dream and the things we’re taught from a young age to aspire to and value simply because society has dictated as such.
WIPERS "is this real?" (Euro Fan) - 14€
Is This Real? is the debut studio album by the Portland, Oregon-based punk rock band Wipers, originally released on vinyl in January 1980 by Park Avenue Records.