European Goregrind Masters HAEMORRHAGE returns with the second part from the Vinyl History "Haematology" The 2x LP collection includes the tracks from the split LP with IMPALED and DEAD, plus the material from the Split EP's with EMBALMING THEATRE and DEAD INFECTION. The second LP contains the tracks from split 10" with DISGORGE and GRUESOME STUFF RELISH, the material from the Split EP with GUTALX and the rare tracks from the "Amputated Protocol 7" EP. Boxed in a nice special designed fold out coverartwork. Design and Layout done by SICK66 Graphix. The material is new mastered from Luisma himself.
Haemorrhage's debut album for first time on Picture-LP with new gory design und remastered sound. Strictly limited to 500 copies packed on extra LP Picture-Cover!!
“Gore grind is not a crime” by Gore Grind veterans HAEMORRHAGE is a remake from the banned 5th haemorrhage album, recorded in 2006! This version is new remastered and comes with different tracktitles and complete changed artwork. The cover comes in a full-matte-surface application plus partiell screen printing. The image was printed black on black with lacquer and varnish to give an ice-like quality! Simply amazing and unique for the grindcore scene!!!! Musically is this the craziest death-infused grind album you've ever heard! Heavy, brutal, short, full of brutal death metal and straightforward.
Here are some infos for the HAEMORRHAGE - Morgue Sweet Home LP re-release. The first pressing was only available as limited picture vinyl years ago released on Morbid Records. Now repressed with nice gatefold cover, lyrics and massive information.
Smart, hefty UK trio making monolithic slabs of tight hardcore like Coalesce jamming Entombed covers.
Straight out the gate Harrowed unleash a blizzard of down tuned metal shards, reminiscent of Trap Them’s frenzied assault or even the bruising chaos once wielded by the mighty Coalesce in their prime. It’s a shrieking, howling storm of metallic hardcore in the old sense of the phrase, a relentless barrage of focused rage, indeed the level of sustained violence on this record is truly staggering. It reminds us just how terrifying the wrath of the true outsider is.
Head Cleaner after three full length albums , one Ep and one MCD , present 7 new songs ! With a small turn at their sound in this release to a raw style grindcore , will get your head for sure!
Progress of Inhumanity after their first ep release , wth a new singer in the line up now , present 10 songs of pure grindcore and one hidden instrumental track!
A must for fans of Terrorizer, Nasum, Napalm Death!
Limited to 300 copies!
After the brilliant debut "7ep, here we go with the next strike!!! Again, 8 incredible raw brutal Swedish Oldschool Hardcore tunes in the vein of Shitlickers and Anti Cimex!!! No compromises on this one, just pure Swedish "Ultra Mega Raw" Hardcore!!!
Groovy and a bit technical grindcore with elements of death metal and crust/ punk from Thessaloniki, Greece. Haven't Said Enough is a project that was created in 2014 by members of Head Cleaner & Erectus.
One sided vinyl limited to 300 copies. Including a poster (50x70) plus sticker.
These people aren’t strangers to the underground scene in Belgium. This band consists of the counterparts of Reproach, Travølta and Bones. The drummer is even from Bones! Expect some fastcore musically-wise not unlike ASSHOLEPARADE. The vocals are total earripping! HATE OR LOVE! Oh yeah, Hetze is dutch for something that’s fucked up or FUZZ!
Brutal and dark Danish hardcore.
"The demon Abalam is a King of Hell and an assistant to Paimon. He takes possession of a human's body to encourage the human to commit lust, he would defile humans during the possession and the only way they could escape was death."
Finally HEXIS recorded this 4-songs back in 2010. They only got released on a 3inch-CD and Tape so far. Now we are happy to release them on vinyl ! HEXIS are from Copenhagen (Denmark) and are playing grinding Black-Metal/Post-Hardcore for fans of CELESTE, SHORA, AMENRA etc...
This release comes on a one-sided 12inch with a nice etching on the b-side , Black/clear Vinyl
Thrash is back and so is one of the original cult-bands of this genre: HIRAX return to this new age of thrash to teach the new school a valuable lesson in classic ass-kicking with their 3rd album "The New Age of Terror". Taking the epic power of melodic old school pounding, HIRAX forge a perfect combination of great musicianship and clever song-writing into a forceful thrash-attack. Hailing from Orange County, California the band left a strong mark in the almighty Bay Area scene after its early founding in 1984. HIRAX quickly managed to gather an extremely dedicated following, which has gained them their undeniable cult-status even through some years of inactivity and several line-up changes. HIRAX are back and they are here to reclaim the throne...
buzz-saw guitars, bludgeoning drums, and breakdowns that scream "kiss me on my bloody head". they are the defenders of true hardcore spite and genuine danger. Mosh-heavy songs of empowerment and anger are forged using a degraded distillation of vintage Alan Blake-style riffing backed with driving, militaristic drums, and the feral anomie typically reserved for a vocalist like Mike IX Williams.
this lp compiles their 3 7"es and the song from their split 7" with sewn leather and a track from their s/t tape
Massachusetts based hardcore outfit THE HOMEFRONT has quite a pedigree of previous bands: HAVE HEART, GUNS UP and VERSE. And if you've enjoyed the output of any those bands, you'll be greatly pleased with THE HOMEFRONT's debut offering, "Sacrifice". THE HOMEFRONT play highly energetic and powerful modern-hardcore with a melodic twist - not unlike WITH HONOR or MODERN LIFE IS WAR and the above mentioned bands. The band managed to play over 100 shows in 2 years of their existence, with much more planned upon the near future. This limited to 525 copies vinyl-edition contains 12 (2 additional bonus tracks) amazingly written songs sure to blow you away.
Repress of HOPE DRONEs self-titled album. Comes in Black or limited clear vinyl.
HOPE DRONE are from Brisbane/Australia and play some kind of modern black metal, which is anywhere between Deafheaven an Ash Borer.
Straying away from the saccharine post-whatever trending the genre today, Hope Drone’s self-titled achieves in marrying the existential, woe-filled black metal vertebrae with an interesting interpretation of what some elitists might refer to as a desecration of the genre - though there is no such desecration here.
Hope Drone typifies its approach towards convention with no emphasis upon innovation. Rather, this release focuses on further segmenting and stylising the, at times, flourishing Australian black metal scene.
The cacophony of blast beats and apathy drenched dissonance gives a sense of home that is often lost from the new generation of black metal releases - you won’t doubt for a second what genre you are being subjected to here.
Cvltnation said about the album: An album that is fresh, invigorating and captivating. Not to be missed. Amazing debut.
Over a year in the making, the first official full length album from GIVE UP audio project HORDERS. featuring 14 primarily instrumental tracks that blend elements of ambient drone, harsh noise, acoustic guitar, and metal. creating an aural response to the GIVE UP visual assault in the form of a heavily layered, cycling dirge. ebb and flow, beauty and filth. produced and engineered as a solo project, ‘fimbulvetr’ features guest spots by members of THE BURDEN, WITHDRAWAL, 50/50. Vinyl s housed in a full color gatefold jacket. produced in a first pressing of only 500 (400 black, 100 clear). each record comes in a hand screened black inner sleeve along with a canvas patch. All art and design by GIVE UP
HUATA and BITCHO decide to form an alliance to release this split LP under the sign of psychedelism. One year after their first full lenght ("Atavist of Mann", 2012), HUATA from Brittany comes back with two new tracks, a new psychedelic sludge dimension for this occult doom-stoner band that reminds SLEEP or ANCESTORS with very particular arrangements. BITCHO from the Netherlands presents a long track (12 mn) with down tempo tunes a la GODFLESH and creeping sludge riffs with incatations. The record comes in a beautiful gatefold LP with a retro-futuristic cover made by Benjamin Moreau (HUATA).
PRESSING INFOS : 700 copies (200 on transparent purple and 500 on black)
Dirty transparent pink whatever vinyl available
On 'Revenant' HUMAN CULL push their already frantic crust-tinged blast-heavy grind of the last release into overdrive, featuring a huge production from Will Blackmon (Gadget, The Arson Project) and furious instrumental performances running in the style of 'FETO' era Napalm Death or 'Human 2.0' Nasum.
Songs run between monstrous fleet-fingered trem picking blast-fests to open riffing frantic d-beats but rarely drop below FAST. Lyrics are primarily about totalitarianism, following the thematic setting of an imagined medieval cyber punk future. Think of the cover of Anticapital and imagine living there, feelings of monochrome horror and anxiety blend with commentary on modern stupidity, terrorism and propaganda.
Performances are tightly controlled throughout 'Revenant' , layered chainsaw guitars and growling bass underpinned by clean and audible drums could almost be called clinical if it weren't for the organic songwriting and gritty textures of call and response twin throat-wrenching vocals and crumbling valve-based distortion.
The band display clear death metal and crust influences here, and this is certainly the closest to death metal their sound has come. Strong tones from the likes of Unleashed, the ever present Swedeath classics like Entombed and Obituary are found rubbing shoulders with the angular notes of Discordance Axis and Doom, flowing together in one gribbly monstrosity of a release.
This album is the most polished example of contemporary grind from these veterans of the UK scene.
HUMAN CULL are a three piece Crust, Grindcore power trio from the South West of the UK, they formed in the middle of 2011. HUMAN CULL are taking the classic Eighties Grindcore blueprint and incorporate elements of more contemporary Grind, Crust and Death Metal. Influences are taken from Eighties bands like NAPALM DEATH, DOOM, FEAR OF GOD, DISCHARGE and TERRORIZER as well as from more recent acts such as NASUM, GADGET, NUCLEAR DEATH TERROR and 324.
Hummingbird of Death have worked with Sound Polltion, 625, Relapse, and now Give Praise -- This collects a two song grindcore opus fueled with: Blasting raw hardcore blaze-ups, fastcore tinges with breakneck speed, blast beat fury to make even the happiest folks frown. Titanarum are here to spend their last recordings with this LP -- they play very solid hardcore punkrock, that has no need or call for any sugar-coating. Blasting, in-your-face, raw, angry and real hardcore punkrock.
Humus are from Italy and play great grind/PV influenced hardcore. It's what most people these days term "crust" but I'm really loathe to bandy about that term willy-nilly and to me at base the hardcore sound is the one that rises to the fore most prominently. In fact, despite all the continental Euro bands and scenes that a lot of these types of bands take major influence from, I can really hear a strong UKHC sound in this; in fact there's a Heresy cover (In Silence).
Great HC/grind at a time when there's a really great crop of bands and a fertile scene going on.
500 copies on black vinyl with gloss sleeves, a double-sided 12x12 insert and poster.
Hungry Like Rakovitz from Italy have been around since 2008, although the initial idea started back in 2004. Since then, they have been touring, recording & rehearsing. They shared the stages with bands like Godflesh & Eyehategod and with good reason too. These guys are intense and heavy as fuck, blending elements from death metal, grindcore, black metal, sludge and hardcore into one massive aural punishment.
from disorderly conduct blog: From spaztic, chaotic grind stuff to sorta sludged out noisy sections, this band is a difficult one to put a label on. Being described as anything from Grind, Noisecore, Chaotic Hardcore etc, I'll stick with what the band call themselves, "Grimecore". Fits this stuff perfectly imo. This is no introductory to these guys either with them previously releasing an EP in 2009 and split collaboration with "O" last year. Fans around the world have been anticipating some new material from this band and finally get what they've been craving. 19 tracks of a rampant nonstop barrage shoved into just over 25 minutes of playing time. If you have somehow missed out on Hungry Like Rakovitz, this is the perfect time to get to know them.
thornsmoat. a two-chapter antiutopia about a tough fate of a black fox.a hunter and a couple of dogs are chasing the prey to a certain death. the burrow is clouded with smoke. everyone has burnt alive. he is the last of the free; his death is coming close. the only thing left is to run. towards his fate - or away from it. chewing his paws off trying to escape. stuck in traps for days, animals die slowly and sorely, long before the hunter comes. you need 18 foxes to make a furcoat.
about an album in short:
the message isn’t straightforward. anti-utopias are always multi-faceted. our work is based on a story about a fox and human cruelty, but if you dig deeper, you’ll uncover hidden parallels about witchhunts; people of faith are always offended by the existence of those who don’t share their ideas of the bible. they build the cult of the righteous; the hierarchy of power leads to punishment of those who oppose the views of the majority. as a rule, people give themselves the right to decide who lives and who doesn’t. the world isn’t just black and white, even separating situations by shade is subjective; it is also true when people judge, harm or kill on the grounds of difference. primarily, the band leans not towards the cult of ideas, but the cult of sense and frugality towards everyone and everything. we don’t appreciate cruelty towards animals and everyone surrounding us. associations and symbols of all that can be found in our lyrics and art.