After an awesome debut full-length album, the leading British booze-grind/violence poggers are hugging the Czech Lycans by their tentacles this time. Five new bullets with a heavy sound (same recording session as the LP) and some funny intros/intermezzos. On the flip side are the first Lycanthrophy tunes with Otto (Needful Things) in their line-up. Fresh from their recent first US tour, Lycanthrophy destroy everything with a top quality extreme hardcore massacre. Their 8 tracks were mastered by Dan Randall at Mammoth Sound Mastering. The gorgeous artwork was done by Guilio (Huere Artwork), full pressing on puke coloured vinyl with a sticker as a bonus.
Mighty mince veterans AGATHOCLES from Belgium with new tracks.
More old school touch than before.
German CAUSE OF DIVORCE with brutal old school grindcore! Excellent and raw stuff!
limited edition of 327 copies,
doom black vinyl 10inch,
heavy sleeve, 380g board, reverse board print & black inside print,
insert with lyrics and liner notes
Bristol Punk Pioneers DISORDER formed around 1980, Disorder is one of the few 'big' names of UK hardcore still going strong today. The new recordings from 2012 but still raw and intense. The three new tracks are traditional UK noisepunk. No more words needed!!!!!!!!!! Legendary!!!! The other side contains the next big name, AGATHOCLES mince core gods from belgium team up these nice 10 inch record. Agathocles recording four new tracks in 2014 specially for these 10".
I think you all know Agathocles. 8 new and unreleased studio tracks from these mincing grindcore pioneers. Kingterror are a rather new belgian fast thrashcore/punk band with a political message. Members where earlier in bands like Vuur and SL-27
When some hardcore veterans of the 2000's (ex members of KIRUNA, OVERMARS and GENEVA) decide to remember the 90's of their youth and to pay tribute to glorious bands like KISS IT GOODBYE, UNSANE or KNUT, the final result is ALABASTER. A perfect mix between punk hardcore and noise rock with just what it needs of metal, tense and nervous as you wish, with direct structures but complicated riffs.
The Army Of Flying Robots hail from Nottingham and its surrounding pastures. They play the kind of fast-as-fuck thrashy hardcore that I just wanna dance my pants off to and they have really good inteligent lyrics. Sounding like a cross between Combatwoundedveteran and Kaospilot AOFR's sound is unrelenting and unforgiving. Their live show is so intenese it is impossible to peel your eyes away from the action. Jinn feature members of British greats such as Ebola and Thirty Seconds Till Armageddon and play the hardest damn thrash i've ever heard. Hailing from Newcastle, it is quite obvious that the abrasive north west winds that lash the city day by day have had an effect on these boys. Politcally charged, heavy as fuck thrash which is not for the faint hearted.