A1 Forever Erased
A2 The Flesh Dwellers
B2 The Portal
Crazy, amazing, the best punk 7" you will hear all year.
A Page Of Punk are from Japan and apart from being one of the best live bands you will ever see, write some of the best PUNK songs you will ever hear. 13 songs on their side, Everyone a classic, they even find time to throw some Oasis and Sham 69 in there. A Page Of Punk remind me of the first time you heard something that was completely new but completely familiar. Best Band.
Not to be outdone, Stoke On Trents 'Werewolves On Motorcycles blast through 4 songs of chaotic Garage/ Punk, every song is killer, reminding me of New Bomb Turks in parts.
Simply it's the best record you will own this year.
Released on 5 different labels, each label has their own colour sleeve, mine is yellow but I do have copies of the other labels colours for collectors!
All on Brown Vinyl and comes with download code
New EP by PANZER SQUAD from Osnabrück/Germany with four exclusive attacks of filthy Deathrash! Available in two different versions:
* regular edition of 200 copies on black vinyl with black/white labels and 300 g/m² fold out inlay.
* special edition of 100 copies on black vinyl with kraft paper coloured labels and 350 g/m² brown kraft paper fold out inlay.
Both versions of the record are housed in black inner sleeves and include a free digital download code.
This is the new EP from Steinar, Norway's one-man grind wunderkind and also the brains behind Brutal Blues and Psudoku. On side A of this 7" EP there are 5 heavy hardcore punk/grind tracks.
On side B there are an unknown number of noisegrind songs grouped into 10 tracks. Just like on the 2017 split 7 inch with Gynekologene, this is Parlamentarisk Sodomi as a duo, with Hålgård
Kalverud on vocals.
The main themes of this release are nuclear war, cannibalism during nuclear war, sports during nuclear war, as well as sexual deviance and disease (for instance diarrhea) among politicians and other powerful people.
HARDCORE. PARTY BY THE SLICE are Milwaukee's crushing d-beating, pizza eating, hardcore ripping jerks. Very much a faster version of the crusty bands you love. Talented, attractive, and tougher than leather. MALPARIDO represents the great country of New Zealand but blasts those sheep-sheering stereotypes out of the water. Non-stop LOS CRUDOS and LIMP WRIST worship blasting
Unreleased 2002 recordings of Croatia's punk/grind legend PATARENI back to life after over a decade +. on the flipside one of their hundreds side-projects named BUREK DEATH SQUAD. All songs here feature Giulio the Bastard of CRIPPLE BASTARDS on vocals. This is catchy, no frills, growling Punk/Thrash in that unique bizarre style that made this band an unforgettable icon in the past... PATARENI even throws in some ska and trumpets, BDS specializes in grinding Japanese Hardcore classics like GISM and LIPCREAM... High voltage Grind/Punk'n'roll!!.
Folks! Here comes the absolute killer split 7" - two powerhouses of hard hitting hardcorepunk team up to bring four songs ready to give you a serious headache. Centuries from florida (USA) deliver three dark, atmospheric and furious HC-smasher in the veign of From Ashes Rise.
Patsy O'Hara from HH/Bielefeld Germany recorded a brand new tune for this joint venture. Rockish driving modern hardcore with melodies and harsh screamed vocals. If you dig the old POH stuff, you will love this one and you can discover a new, sleasy exciting side of these fivepiece. Fans of Cursed, Nails, From Ashes Rise or Trap Them watch out!
The 1st of September 2018, hot from the press! The first vinyl pressing from Permanent Debt. These dudes are known well within the underground punk scene in Belgium, from bands as Am I Dead Yet, Bite Down, Cheap Drugs, Nervous Mothers, Millions of Them and more. Now they combined forces to bring you Boston styled hardcore, in fact it’s Antwerp Diamond style!
After Piazza Dropouts first 7inch here is their second release. The records consists of 11 brandnew Piazza Dropout tunes. Expect an ultra-fast 80Â´s inspired HC-Punk Attack! Great! For Teenage Angst from Hannover this is the debut-record! Teenage Angst combine snotty 80Â´s HC with some newer influences like some Youth Crew elements. The records come with a full-color-cover with nice artwork.
Another awesome pairing of bands on this 7” slab. Pine Barrens from the UK made a huge impression with their Kingmaker lp last year and the two tracks on here are in that same vein. Technical metallish hardcore rage which is hard to classify but if you want names i’ll say bands like Rorschach and Botch will cover some of it. Listen and judge yourself but i’m incredibly proud to partcipate in a release by these gents. They are simply briljant. Grinding Halt come forth with one longer track which combines everything they do so well. Mixing all the good stuff from hardcore, punk, sludge and metal with some high pitched vocals on top. Topnotch hardcore vinyl with killer artwork from Marald to finish it off.
This is the first release is a number of years for Swedish band, The Pookie Syndrome. Don't let the name put you off. This is four tracks of discordant hardcore. I'd recommend this for fans of Converge, Throats, Cursed, Pelican, etc. 333 copies only, hand numbered, clear 7"
- eager to play old school powerviolence/hardcore/grind and party, ex Melt Leppard.
FFO: No comment, Spazz, Crossed out, Siege
- power duo bringing the motherfuckin’ ruckus and pain. Burn and smoke pigs
FFO: Agathocles, Assuck, Plutocracy
Bowel churning mongo goregrind from Melbourne Australia. Rancid layers of feculent down tuned riff filth. Their 2013 demo finally released on vinyl. Members of Internal Rot, Doubled Over, Roskopp, Contaminated, etc.
2012 EP with three songs, including NAKED CITY cover!
Italian avantmetal-jazzgrind masters PSYCHOFAGIST.
METAL HAMMER: "[...] These days just few bands of the avantgarde, jazz-grind, death-core scene sound like these Italian fellows"
DECIBEL: "[...] simply forward than...everything"
RUMORE: "[...] Along with Zu and Putiferio, .Psychofagist. are one of the few Italian exportable bands"
Split #5 brings together Sweden's Pyramido and Germany's Union Of Sleep for some heavy shit. I mean, you get the slow with Pyramido, and they should probably rename themselver Pyramidoom... As for Union Of Sleep they deliver what is probably their fastest songs so far - think of Motörhead playing with a real sludge sound.