Leftover stock had a slight water damage, so sleeves are a bit wavy...
Finally the Vinyl Edition of this savage Grindcore Album will see the Light of day in a week!
19 songs of uncompromising swedish blasting from the same town that brought us Gadget.
The yellow/black splattered LP will be sleeved in a massive Gatefold cover!
watch the preview here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ad-qsiO3ao (germans must take a detour around the gema-blocking)
The first record of this new band from Leipzig. With members from Wehrlos they developed their own kindof dark crust, with epic moments but enough punk influence. Remembers to such bands like Lethargie but listen here:
Complete Discography. Lyrix + Pix. 47 songs of Grind Fastcore Violence. The complete Idiots Parade discography incl. their 2005 debut demo, their splits with Abortion and Saywhy?, their part of Relapse records' "This Comp. Kills Fascists 2", their "RIP" EP and more!
Female fronted fastcore band from Zvolen, Slovakia
Ihloosuhree take you on an uncertain trip through the darkest corners of the universe and the human mind. With devouring, unruly rhythms and weird song structures, they blaze through the dirt of the world without looking back. No boundaries, no limits, no mercy.
Kick in your ass Trash/Hardcore/Crossover/Punk from Nancy France!!!
Comes with printed innersleeve and A2 poster
Pink text color on the cover
300 copies on kristal color vinyl
“Riding another toxic wave”. The second one for our favorite Vosgian trasheurs ! Big surprise with these 13 breathaking tracks, massively energetic with fast rhythm driven. We think directy about Municipal Waste, Insanity Alert or Suicidal Tendencies etc… Lots of improvement from the band with these 13 furious tracks 3 furax tracks with hyper-worked compositions, and with a singer who detaches itself from his hardcore style to perfectly stick to the trash/crossover style of the band. Here, we get hurt ! A big slap in your face ! LP with really nice colored artwork from “Bungle Ced Artwork”, delivered with A2 poster !
The next dream comes true !! Another classic title from the german hardcore / punk history now first time official re-released. The second full length "Hibakusha" from south germans INFERNO was recorded in summer 85 at the legendary Music Lab Studios in Berlin. 14 brutal songs recorded with a pinch of speedcore that were not to be surpassed in power at the time. The Japanese term Hibakusha is used in the Land of the Rising Sun usually in connection with the victims of the atomic bombing of the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and is as album title already before the recordings. The recordings were remastered by Archie Alert (now in TERRORGRUPPE). Cover and Lyricsheet has also been reworked by Howie. The vinyl edition comes in colored and is housed in a nice looking inside-out cover design.
After reaching a really good status in the Euro Grind scene with many brilliant releases and unbelievably brutal live assaults, here's the definitive axe that will bring INGROWING to the absolute climax of their bombastic career. No-frills, hyper technical Grindcore fury that explodes in yer face like a container full of corrosive alien pus!!! Extremely fast & worked riffs combined with dynamite power drumming and animalistic growls. Recorded in Prague's most professional ug studio HOSTIVAR, so be sure that this is the top of the tops in production, power and intensity. A must own for fans of old school fast grindcore like The Kill, Napalm Death or Terrorizer!
Comprising some of the most vicious & unrelenting black metal sounds that have ever emanated from Greece, this elegant release is a posthumous tribute to the legacy of a supremely chaotic and uncompromising underground act. Supported appropriately with excellent artwork from Viral Graphics and featuring the original DEPHOSPHORUS drummer on drums and vokills, this is a release that you should not miss.
Limited and handnumbered vinyl version including downloadcode. Vinyl bonustrack featuring Fabio from Paura. After their successfull "Empty bottles & wasted nights"-Album, IN OTHER CLIMES are back with their third and long awaited full length "Leftover". After seven EPs and Albums the steamroller returns with eleven tracks mixing Metal-, Thrash-, Hardcore- and Punk-influences with groove, Rock'n'Roll-solos and catchy choruses. "Leftover" is a huge step for IN OTHER CLIMES showing the true potential of the band built through the years. Being one of the most active French bands and well-known for their video clips, IN OTHER CLIMES gained a strong international fan base through the years while touring all across the globe (Europe, USA, Brazil) and sharing stages with bands such as Down, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Hatebreed, Entombed, Walls Of Jericho, Comeback Kid, just to name a few. IN OTHER CLIMES are too heavy for the Hardcore Kids and to punchy for the Metalheads. But when the show begins, a true blast of hate and revolt comes to minds and hearts, changing the whole crowd and band into one voice screaming: "ONE LIFE, ONE CHANCE, NO FUCKIN' REGRETS!"
A saying that applies for this release is “still waters run deep”. In Th e Hearts Of Emperors from Sweden and Russia’s Reka team up to celebrate their common passion for atmospheric music beyond settled measures. Recommendable to everyone who’s into music played by Amen Ra, Cult Of Luna and Neurosis.
(they become old so they lost scheisse... but their new 12" is a bomb... this is a must!!! awesome artwork done by braulio (adorno)... 5 new song at the end, on cd 9 song in total 5 new and 4 from previous releases)
Debut material of Italian quartet playing intense thrash metal.
Music, vocals, Coverart and bandfotos shout out the tribute to the hero of (US-) 1980's THRASH.
Really a fun record and highly recommended if you like f.e. VIO-LENCE, DARK ANGEL, BULLDOZER etc.
DOOM-METAL. After releasing a 3 song demo in 2012 Viennas IRON HEEL are back with their 1st full-length album - 5 songs - 45min. - one title: "book of grief". Huge, epic riffs meet sludge-infested rhytms that will drag you to the black pits while retaining a heavy sense of groove. The powerful vocals are full of blues-oriented harmonies but will also lash out with hoarse growls if the song calls for it. Lyrics-wise IRON HEEL keep it classic: they clear the forest of corpses and keep the sleepwalkers at bay while you can listen to the death rattle of walled in monks. Join them for tales of ritual mummification, hungry ghosts and open graves. Spread the gospel of doom! For Fans of SERPENT VENOM, GOATSNAKE or ST. VITUS. Vinyl comes with great artwork, thick inside-out cover, black innersleeve, lyricsheet and includes a digital download card.
"Like it or not, the east coast of the US (specifically PA/MD/VA/DC) is home to some of the best and most interesting/creative bands in contemporary grindcore. With bands like DOC, TRIAC, CHEPANG, and FULL OF HELL, it’s hard for anywhere else to keep up. Well, there’s another name that should be added to that list, and that’s IXIAS.
Originally a trio based between Baltimore and DC, IXIAS has gone through a few lineup changes — one of which had them performing as a two-piece for a bit — and is now a four-piece based entirely out of Baltimore. Their initial sound sat somewhere between DISCORDANCE AXIS and early PIG DESTROYER (Explosions In Ward 6 era), but as they’ve grown, more influence from bands such as ASSÜCK and GASP has shown up, pushing them from the status of being a memorable band to being an unforgettable one. During their existence, they’ve released a tape on ESTRANGED COMMUNICATIONS, along with splits with NECK BREATHER and DETERIORATION, and now have recorded an LP due out in December on GCBT and To Live A Lie (more on the joint release in a bit).
...The release of the LP is another boundary-pushing endeavor. There will of course be the music (vinyl release by GCBT & Holy Goat), but there will also be a film that accompanies it (released by TLAL). This sort of thing is incredibly rare, and the closest thing I can think of is PIG DESTROYER’s Prowler In The Yard and the PITY short film, or maybe something done by BRANDON WALD on his BLACK RING RITUALS and INVOCATION FILMS labels, however, that isn’t really the same thing. This almost feels like something the BUTTHOLE SURFERS would’ve done in the early 80s, or maybe even one of the artists associated with the New York No Wave movement of the mid-late 70s. The video being premiered in this feature is an excerpt of that film, which should give you a taste of what to expect. " - Cvltnation
"One of the hallmarks of the metal landscape across the 2010s was the regular and surprising combining of old forms into, if not entirely new, somewhat new ways. Behind all the genre revivals was the regular spark of creativity – old and old infused to make new – or something like it. Here at the outset of the 2020s that spirit remains alive in the work of Pacific Northwest outfit Izthmi and their debut The Arrows of Our Ways.
As with most bands of a black metal disposition hailing from their geographic area, there are elements to this album that won’t be surprising – lengthy, atmosphere-laden tracks that mold and shift gradually. What might be surprising to the unsuspecting listener (myself included) are the band’s forays into progressive territory, post-intro track “To Traipse Alone” echoing with the hallmarks of classic era Opeth – acoustics included. Similar progressively-minded guitar work anchors “Useless Is The Song of Man, From Throats Calloused by Name” (a mouthful, yes), a gradually shifting, weighty piece of work.
In considering the other songs or the album as a listening experience more broadly, it fits largely outside the usual context for the PNW. There’s very much a black metal skeleton and spirit here, every element of the album is coloured in that spirit. But as a listening experience, it is more dense not at all meditative. “This Listless World” is almost an exercise in panic. Three of the eight tracks function as reprieves – synth-driven affairs that link the longer tracks. Perhaps most surprisingly, there are no real instances of ‘post-‘ here and the sequencing is fantastic: closer “The Arrows of Our Ways” is the most involved and wrenching work here.
It may be that Eigenlicht was a torchbearer. Repurposing the old is nothing new, either within black metal or the PNW. The Arrows of Our Ways leans into it solidly."
-Dead Rhetoric .com