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  • Captain Your Ship Is Sinking / Mïo - LP - 4€
  • "Both Bands contribute two songs to this wonderful split. Captain, your ship is sinking continue, where they stopped on their debut LP. Two long songs with great combination of slowly, atmospheric parts followed by harder fast played parts, always with very catchy melodies. The Vocals swith between spoken and harsh screamed parts. On the split side Mïo contribute their best two songs so far. Different to their earlier releases these songs are much longer. This Duo (only guitar and drums) play some kind of 90s style" (Adagio 830)


  • After Birth - Your Gods Vomit In Disgust - LP - 4€
  • "Afterbirth play mid-paced crustcore that sounds like a cross between Doom and Axegrinder. It's dark and powerful with the mandatory burly vocals, sometimes finding help in a more manically screamed fashion from the bass player (I think). Doesn't sound too bad does it? It isn't, but the weakness with Afterbirth is that they lack that little extra to make it really good. I'm the first one to admit that many stench-/crustcore bands sound alike, but several of them have something special that gets me hooked. Afterbirth lacks this. They're not bad, but while I can listen to Axegrinder pretty much at any time and appreciate it I have to be in the right mood for this lot. It's too standardized to meet my demands at any given time. However, when I'm in the right mood I really dig this, but when I'm not I don't pay too much attention to it. It's strange really how something can be just right one day and only get one side a play the next. It's hard to know which one of these feeling that's the really honest one, but as it's been going back and forth for a couple of weeks now I guess both are. This doesn't make for a very good review I know, but I can't make something up just to make it a good read either can I? Anyway, if dark crustcore in the vein of the bands mentioned earlier normally is something that excites you I think you ought to give these Scots a try as it could very well be me that don't fully understand their genius. Either way, it's not a crap record so it's not in any way a waste of time or money to check it out." (Insane Society)


  • Alaska Pipeline - Master Of Puppets - LP - 4€


  • Concentration Summer Camps - Amour et Sourires - LP - 4€


  • Analena - Inconstantinopolis - LP - 4€
  • ANALENA is not one of many: ANALENA is an absolutely unique wave of sonic fantasy, rousing your imagination as it rolls uncompromisingly from the beginning to the end of the record. Therefore it is difficult to fit ANALENA’s poetics into a single mould – yet that does not mean that they disintegrate into a hundred pieces. On the contrary, on their new album ANALENA is compact and balanced. So take the journey through Inconstantinopolis – through the full frontal scream of lead vocal Ana, disciplined by sharp cuts of guitar and thickened by a thundering bass, which never escapes the focus of precise and sovereign drumming. Don’t miss the well-concealed melodies, nor the lucid guitar interplays. Abandon yourself to a music at once forceful and atmospheric, uncompromising and dreamy, precise and chaotic, playful and tense – to this complex and harmonious interweaving. A fixture on the map of the underground scene for over a decade, ANALENA has not fallen asleep on the laurels of its past. On the contrary, ANALENA is now even stronger and more determinedly persistent in its do-it-yourself activism. (Analena website) (Listen Analena) (Moonlee)


  • Anorak - My Own Haze - LP - 4€


  • Asedio - S/t - LP - 4€
  • "We burn in concrete bonfires, condemned to a live in an endless tension. The tension between freedom and the individual. We have been constructed deficiently by centuries of rules turned into dust, huge monuments to the infamy established as life. But the decision is firm, go out of the half lighted path or bright under the fire of a revolution. To destroy a humanity infected by false standards seems the only way out. Victims of war always have a voice, a dark path of survival in the margins of their lights control…" (listen Asedio) (Be Part)


  • Bolesno Grinje / Sodndan - Split - LP - 4€


  • Boring (The) - Let The Captain Sink - LP - 4€


  • Allun / Seau D'Eau - Split - 7" - 1€


  • Ass'N'Dick / Anti-Beat / Schtern - Split - 7" - 1€



  • Bad Dudes - Euro 2008 Tour - 7" - 1€
  • "This is a limitied European Tour Support 7" with 3 songs in total. 2 brand new smasher on the A Side and the song "Eat Drugs" as Remix from Mae Shi on the B Side. Featuring ex-members of Miracle Chosuke, the Bad Dudes play prog-rock to the max. Their mathematics plot algorithms and triangulate the precise latitude and longitude of your ass, just so that they can kick it. " (Altin Village)


  • Bumble Bees - S/t - 7" - 1€


  • BuxKxNone - S/t - 7" - 1€


  • Antiguaybarbuda - Circulos.De.Amigos - 10" - 2€


  • Better Thoughts To Come (The) / Hot Scone - Société De Figurants - 10" - 2€



  • Cinetic - Musik 01 - LP - 4€


  • Criatura - Verde - LP - 4€
  • "Finally a new and second LP by his band from Spain. Complext and technical political motivated hardcore punk that is very outstanding to everything you´ve may heard out of Spain." (listen Criatura) (Mala Raza)


  • Cabal - Meanwhile... - 7" - 1€


  • Charogne Stone - Live - 7" - 1€


  • Common Enemy / Learn - Split - 7" - 1€


  • Crestfallen - S/t - 7" - 1€
  • "Five high-energy tracks of fast and passionate punk-influenced metallic hardcore. Good ol' fist-raising, circle-pit-inducing music at it's finest with an undeniable grind influence and plenty of epic melodic parts to keep you on your toes, and guest vocal apperances from VA's finest (PIG DESTROYER's JR Hayes, PAGENINETYNINE's Chris Taylor). The beautiful and haunting artwork is housed in a gatefold paperboard pack and perfectly conveys the youthful energy put into this recording. Members of PG99 played on this, and members of CRESTFALLEN went on to form/join WILDILDLIFE, PYGMY LUSH, HEAVENS, HARAM, C-REX, PIZZA, DEAD TO ME, HOLLYWOOD and about a million more. Plus the two "hidden" cover songs on this make it worth it alone..." (Listen Crestfallen) (13 Grabaciones)


  • Criatura / Politburo - Split - 7" - 1€
  • "2 Songs each by 2 spanish bands: POLITBURO with an upbeat sound in between Synth-Wave and Hardcore/Post-Punk, reminding of some german bands like FUCKUISMYNAME or the OLIVER TWIST... And CRIATURA with a highly intense, energetic but also melodic Noise-Rock, in between early DIE KREUZEN and bands like KURT, with female/male vocals! Both bands sing in Spanish, but the lyrics are translated into English as well" (Mala Raza)


  • Chère Catastrophe / Stuntman - Split - 10" - 2€


  • Die Pretty / Crash Taste - Split - LP - 4€


  • Dimlaia - Dimlaia - LP - 4€
  • "A tremendously dark album of full-on sonic depression from this Memphis-born group heavy gloomers. Sonically dark and dramatic soundscape compositions drenched with soothing melodies and grey atmospherics. Includes two new tracks along with re-recorded versions of songs from an earlier demo, all of it mixed to perfection by DAVE ED of NEUROSIS. Features bass and vocal work from CARL AUGE of HIS HERO IS GONE and cello on a few tracks by Jackie Perez Gratz from Amber Asylum. Comes in a beautyfull Gatefold Cover." (listen Dimlaia) (Destructure)


  • Dolom - S/t - LP - 4€


  • Draft Dodger - First Past The Last Post - LP - 4€
  • "Released on Endless Blockades in 2005, First Past the Last Post contains some of the most potent Australian Hardcore ever from Brisbane's finest. Make no mistake, this LP will rip you a new arsehole after listening to it. Along with this LP, Draft Dodger also released a demo tape, a rehearsal CD-R and a seven inch entitled Guantanamo Bay Holiday. Featuring the lyrical genius of Neil Bramley who was previously in Bjelke-Petersen Youth and B.A Barracus later went on to front Teargas."


  • Drain The Sky - Introduction To The Past - LP - 4€
  • "Drain the Sky formed during September 2005, in Oakland, CA. Memphis and Bay Area hardcore/punk veterans collaborate to create visceral, atmospheric, threatening music that seeks to collapse (musical and other) boundaries. This EP contains four Songs recorded by Salvador Raya at Ear Hammer Studio, Oakland. The music is a perfect mix between previous bands theses guys were in (Dimlaia, His Hero Is Gone...). Beautyfull paintings and drawings of Carl Auge. 500 copies on black vinyl." (Destructure)


  • Drift (The) - Noumena - 2xLP - 4€
  • "Anticipation for the debut album by San Francisco's The Drift has grown much faster than anyone could have predicted, following the sought-after "Streets"/"Nozomi" 12". With the debut full-length, Noumena, the band leaves no stone unturned. Taking their name to heart, The Drift do just that - from ambient noise and elegant guitar rock to mournful jazz ballads and stunted, down-tempo hip-hop - all with the subtle grace that is to be expected from veterans of the sound. As The Drift, Danny Grody (Tarentel, Furniture), Safa Shokrai, Jeff Jacobs, and Rich Douthit (Halifax Pier) comfortably expand on the cinematic bliss that Tarentel willfully abandoned long ago for more chaotic landscapes. Existing somewhere between Miles Davis's In a Silent Way and Tarentel's From Bone To Satellite, The Drift compose predestined soundtracks for everyday life - not only perfect for a night on the beach, but just as suitable for the long drive getting there. Their music is inescapably passionate, executed with just enough wide-eyed improvisation to sound eternally fresh." (Temporary Residence)


  • Epileptic - A Piece Of Eternity - LP - 4€


  • Farewell - S/t - LP - 4€
  • "Debut full lenght from our friends FAREWELL from Alsace, who offer 10 punk hardcore tracks played fast and loud in the finest tradition of the style. They brilliantly managed to come up with a straight and honest abrasive music, enhancing it with some hints of crust, noisy and rocking parts for a punchy record." (Emotionnally Unstable)


  • FDS - Planeta Terra Sa - LP - 4€


  • FDS / Skrack - Split - LP - 4€


  • Filthy Charity / Wardead - Split - LP - 4€
  • Raw and noisy grindcore/crust from veterans' Filthy Charity from Marseille (fr). This record is also supporting L'Enthropy, an amazing associative bar and diy venue in Marseille. Wardead is a scottish band from Edinburgh, they play arnarcho punk and do it weel. Released in may 2010 by themselves?  


  • Fuck Wolves / Chaos Is - Split - LP - 4€
  • "Nice split LP with germanys finest FUCK WOLVES and the CHAOS IS from FRANCE - this split LP is featuring five songs of each band. Silkscreened covers, inlay featuring lyrics and additional information as well as a CD-R containing all the songs for you non-vinyl guys out there." (Dream Comes True)


  • Determination - If All Else Fails - 7" - 1€
  • "Killer, stomping hardcore from Austria. To my ears this has a very UK82 type of bent to it, reminding me of bands like GBH or a bunch of Riot City Records-type punk bands. Just basic, driving punk rock played at hardcore volume and tempos... killer stuff. Hand-numbered out of 660 copies." (listen Determination) (I Fell Good)


  • Mentos Coca / Pink Rose - Split - 10" - 2€


  • Dispense - Nothing But The Truth - 7" - 1€
  • Brutal D-Beat Scandi crust core by Dispense from nykoping/sweden, 6 songs ep original released in 1994 on Finn recs, Johan (bass) is bass player and vocalist in Victims, Marcus (guitar) is ex-victims guitarist, Kalle (drums) is skitsystem drummer. (Rödel)


  • Drama - Sin Perdon - 7" - 1€


  • Hot Cross / Holy Shroud (The) - Split - 7" - 1€
  • The genesis of this superb split 7” was the Hot Cross/The One AM Radio/Holy Shroud Canadian tour in the summer of 2004. After playing a week of dates together, and feeling the primordial rock energy flowing each night it only seemed natural for these two bands to split time on a slab of vinyl. The Holy Shroud track, “Clear the Room,” was recorded during the same session as their debut full length, “Ghost Repeater.” It features the same off kilter melodies, tight and propulsive rhythms and intensely shouted yet indubitably catchy vocal patterns that they displayed on their full length. Hot Cross offer up a brand new song entitled Tacoma. This track has been featured in their live set for the last six months and was finally committed to tape in March. While not entirely shunning their more chaotic and discordant sound, this song is without a doubt a rock number. This is definitely their best material to-date." (Paranoid)


  • Izba Wytrzezwien - On N'Est Pas Bien A L'Ombre ?! - 7" - 1€
  • 7 song EP made in Breizh. Anarcho-hardcore with hints of Finn Crust - mean d-beat. Charge of female vocals add a real great vibe to this relentless rager. (Shogun)


  • Jilted - Follia Omicida - 7" - 1€
  • Powerful, rough & fast hardcore punk with personal/political lyrics and good recording quality, better than the first 7" on S.O.A. Records. Includes an incredible Negative Approach cover. (Agipunk)


  • Koenigstein Youth - S/t - 7" - 1€


  • Krapnek / Pleine Crasse - Split - 7" - 1€


  • Meny Hellkin / Meth & Goats - Split - 7" - 1€
  • "New split 7" - Meth & Goats deliver their first songs after the LP on Electric Human Project. Still crazy spazztic MathRock. MENY HELLKIN (ex hyacinth) follow up their debut LP on 213 records. Good stuff, great split ..." (213)


  • Meny Hellkin / Bunch (The) - Split - 7" - 1€


  • Morgue / Carmina - Split - 7" - 1€


  • Nikmat Olalim - Self Devoring Land - 7" - 1€
  • "The latest release from this controversal political hardcore punk band. Songs about ecology, the "security" fence, work and life in the scene. Recorded, mixed and mastered at the Mapakh by Moshe Grushka. Released for Nikmat Olalim's European tour. 1000 pressed. Was preceded by a limited CD-R version that was sold only in Israel before the tour." (Boshet)


  • No Escape - S/t - 7" - 1€


  • Prümyslovà Smrt / Kobra XI - Split - 7" - 1€


  • Raiser / Forced March - Split - 7" - 1€


  • Rational Animals - Perception Be Comes Reality - 7" - 1€


  • React / Greed - Split - 7" - 1€


  • Sand Creek Massacre / Boredom - Split - 7" - 1€
  • "Two songs from Boredom from Austria. This is crust with hardcore wibes. The music are relentless and harsh, songwise this is like nothing you have heard before! Think Warcollapse, but not really... Sand Creek Massacre from The Netherlands gives us two new songs of their trash/hardcorepunk. Awesome as usual! Think Catharsis, The Spectacle, Tragedy, Remains of the Day, From Ashes Rise, The Now-Denial, His Hero is Gone, The Holy Mountain, Ekkaia and Ictus!" (Panda Banda)


  • Santa Cruz / Take It Back - Split - 7" - 1€
  • 5 songs of hardcore 80's by Santa Cruz from Nantes(fr) and 5 songs by these indonesian thrash punk dudes from Take It Back. Blue Vynil released by Can I Say and several more labels.


  • Seuchenherd - 2nd Edition - 7" - 1€


  • Shining (The) - The Word Is Fiction - 7" - 1€


  • Shock Treatment / Booter - Split - 7" - 1€


  • Skit Youth Army - S/t - 7" - 1€


  • Submerge / Superstatic Revolution - Split - 7" - 1€


  • Thrashington Dc / Killin'It - Split - 7" - 1€
  • "Thrash to the max!! Killin'It from New Jersey and Thrashington DC from France team up for that siqq split 7"! Both bands play some top notch over the top Thrash/Hardcore Punk and reminding on bands like Tear It Up or Scholastic Deth. Sweet" (Spastic Fantastic)


  • Thrashington Dc / Patrons (The) - Split - 7" - 1€
  • Thrashington DC are french fastcore sensation from Brest (fr), dirty, rock'n'roll and super fast. The Patrons are dark and slow punkrock from Le Havre (fr). Co-released in 2008 by Weewee, Can i Say and more...


  • Mondo Gecko / Time Of My Life - Split - 7" - 1€
  • Mondo Gecko from Tel Aviv, Israel plays pretty fast crossover thrash. Time of my life from Vysoké Tatry, Slovakia plays 3 songs of punk hxc. Co-released by almost 10 labels, Bruina, Urban Decay and so on...


  • Never Built Ruins - Built To Love - 10" - 2€


  • Tanker Chaos - War Machine - 10" - 2€
  • 8 songs same recipe for this brutal punk band from Besançon. Released by Maloka in 2006.


  • Tankers Chaos - Blast Or Die - 10" - 2€
  • Tanker Chaos from Besançon (fr) plays 5 songs of brutal punk hxc with 8 different bass players, why the fuck  they did that ? we really don't know but they did it ! Released by Kanivo Chaos.    


  • Granit 665 - The Fine Art Of Poisoning - LP - 4€


  • Highway Child - On The Old Kings Road - LP - 4€
  • "This is top notch bluesy hard rock with mucho international appeal, and the production is superb. Highway Child is still hopelessly in love with how rock 'n' roll sounded around 1970, be it Cream, Led Zep or Leaf Hound. They still have a psych flavor but have expanded their musical universe with more country and folk, making the tunes a bit more varied. One of Denmark's most underrated rock acts, hopefully their debut on this year's Roskilde Festival will open more people's eyes to the undisputed greatness of Highway Child." Jens (Elektrohasch)  


  • Holocaust In Your Head / Motor Breath - Split - LP - 4€
  • "Holocaust In Your Head (from Barcelona) crank out some heavy crust with a moderate dose of speed, as well as rock mixed in. They never veer off into blur or incoherent grunting into the mic. Instead, these guys demonstrate their power through well-structured songs that have depth. The vocals, though dry and raspy, carry their message over quite well. They can certainly pummel, but there’s a strong melody here as well. Motor Breath (Sweden) are a bit thrashier and chaotic. Definite Japanese influence, especially in the rhythm section. Starts off pretty good, but soon deteriorates into a redundant mess. If anything, pick this up for the Holocaust In Your Head side. Red vinyl as well." Matt Average (Trabuc)
     


  • Holy Sons - Decline Of The West - LP - 4€
  • "Decline of the West is named after and conceptually began with Oswald Spengler's pessimistic assessment that the Western culture is revealing the classic signs of a societies' decay and end. This is the avant-folk expression of a global unrest." (listen Holy Sons) (ABC)


  • Insomnio - Happy Loneliness - LP - 4€
  • "Insomnio is together with GRUPO SUB-1 the finest punk rock band that exist in Spain today. "Happy loneliness" is the heavily anticipated 2nd studio album and a brilliant and broody follow-up to last year's ripping "No escape". On "Happy loneliness" you'll get 8 brandnew melodic driving punk-rock. This is yet again fresh, catchy, snotty and still raw - mid paced and catchy as hell. It reminds of the ZERO BOYS, ADOLESCENTS and newer bands like NO HOPE FOR THE KIDS and YOUNG WASTENERS. The production has a real late '70s rock influenced punk sound. ... Just arrived for their Eurotour, make sure to be there!!!" (Trabuc)


  • Insuiciety - S/t - LP - 4€
  • "Finally coming up with their first full-length, this multicultural band creates an ugly bastard of Black Sabbath metal, hardcore punk and sample-loaded atmospherical noise passages. Sheer heavy riffs, punishing drums and stomach-deep bass-humming over which a tortured female voice expresses both hate and desperation roll slowly, but unstoppable towards the overwhelmed listener. Just as Kylesa are leaving their path with their recent album, INSUICIETY are ready to take over the crown of "heavy tribal punk" or in other words: imagine souls at zero era neurosis meets damad..." (Vendetta)


  • Jobcrucsher - From The Cradle…To The Fucking Grave! - LP - 4€


  • Kazan - Malslomo - LP - 4€


  • Kevorkian - Relief Through Scream - LP - 4€


  • Kimmo - Bolt And Biscuit - LP - 4€


  • Lies Feed The Machine - S/t - LP - 4€
  • "LIES FEED THE MACHINE are dark and melodic D-Beat driven Neo-Crust from Berlin. This record contains 10 songs full of piercing guitar leads, pummeling basslines and angrily screamed vocals. Think STATE OF FEAR or CONSUME style Scandi-crust crossed with darker and more moody sounds of REMAINS OF THE DAY and HIS HERO IS GONE, etc. A good, solid, and recommended release, which has some familiar styles, but without barrowing too heavily from one source and not sounding like a clone band." (Tofu Guerilla)


  • Mentat - Amarillo Abisal - 2xLP - 4€
  • "The debut album from Valencia, Spain doom-mongers Mentat. Just under an hour of seriously heavy, epic sludge / doom / post-hardcore, with some impressive use of a brass section and a piano, which give them a beautiful and experimental edge. Six lengthy tracks of apocalyptic instrumental Doom and death atmospheres!" (La Crisalada)


  • Monosourcil - S/t "one side" - LP - 4€
  • "A band from Nancy/France (including members of DEATH TO PIGS) cranking out 11 tracks of hectically wild and outrageously energetic Noise-Punk! In a full-on blasting sound, recorded by Seb Normal. Awesome! Limited edition of 300 copies with silkscreened covers, and a CD-R included containing all 11 songs as well!" (listen Monosourcil) (Down Boy)


  • Mother Superior - Grande - LP - 4€
  • "Mother Superior is a Los Angeles based rock'n'roll trio who used to work with such musical giants as Henry Rollins, Iggy Pop, Wayne Cramer and Queens Of The Stoneage. They hav survived on a reputation as first-class musicians, solid songwriters and they are also in high..." (Kicking)


  • Ned - The Love Off!! - 10" - 2€


  • Now Denial (The) - Truth Is On Fire - LP - 4€


  • Pale - How To Survive Chance - LP - 4€


  • Paranoia Keeps Crawling - Made To Be Broken - LP - 4€
  • "They play dark mid-tempo HC somewhere between His Hero Is Gone, Zeroid and 80s US-hardcore. Three people, a fat distorted bass, layers over layers of guitars, two fucked-up voices and a drummer gone mad - a powerhouse among the crusty-noisy-HC genre. Very nice packaging and well thought of lyrics" (listen Paranoia Keeps Crawling) (Sabotage)


  • Project Hopeless - Kalla Jävla Samhälle - LP - 4€


  • Read My Lips - News For The Afflicted - LP - 4€
  • 11 songs of new wave old school hardcore with a melodic touch. For fans of comeback kid, good riddance, with honor,... (listen Read My Lips) (Ktc)


  • Riposta - S/t - LP - 4€


  • Rituals (The) - Celebrate Life - 2xLP - 4€
  • "Italian punkrock at its best! these three sweethearts from verona have grown with hardrock, punk and hardcore music to finally deliver us a huge masterpiece of monolithic, incredibly sincere and totally felt punkrock music. 14 songs you will fall in love with!" (Listen The Rituals) (Sons Of Vesta)


  • Schtern - S/t - LP - 4€


  • Shub - The Snake, The Goose And The Ladders - LP - 4€


  • Sickness - 4 bastards - LP - 4€


  • Silence - Echoes Of Depression - LP - 4€
  • "Polish emotive crustpunk with hints of metal, in a kind of mix between Antichrist and fashion crust bands like Tragedy. The perfect soundtrack of a grey and cold autumn." (Destructure)


  • Société A Mauvaise Haleine (La) / Abats - Split - LP - 4€


  • Possession - Memento Mori - LP - 4€


  • Pedro De La Hoya - Me llasma… - 7" - 1€


  • Charogne Stone - Live 2005 - LP - 4€


  • GataCcca / Clamant - Split - LP - 4€
  • "Gattaca comes from czech republic with members of Dakhma, Lakme and Nidal, while Clamant! hails from mexico featuring members of Our bastard existence and Liberate (not the jap-ones). Clamant! are a vegan straight edge hardcore band - they remind me of Envy meets Catharsis but way less chaotic. Emotive mid tempo heavy hardcore. Gattaca are a bit more crusty in the perth express way. Heavy and brutal and dirty - good stuff" (Dream Comes True)


  • Marshes (The) - Recluses - LP - 4€


  • Sonorus Gale - Two's A Crowd - LP - 4€
  • "Eight distinctly pummeling tracks on gorgeous white vinyl from Buffalo, NY sludge punkers Sonorous Gale. If you like heavy riffs and solid hooks you have to check this out. Four of the songs feature guest vocals by Spoke of Montreal crust legends Ballast." (Wrong Foot)


  • Submerge - S/t - LP - 4€
  • "The first SUBMERGE lp is finally out ! It's a corelease with Abstraction from Cherbourg. The lp contains 8 songs recorded in fall 2005. The band still plays the same kind of music but in a more extreme way. Expect something heavy, dark and chaotic ! The artwork has been made by Oli from Ttdmrt and the lp comes with a poster by Mike Bukowski. There is limited edition with color vinyl as well." (Destructure)


  • Thema Eleven - The Great Misanthrope - LP - 4€
  • "After the almost obligatory instrumental intro track the album shifts into first gear and puts the pedal to the floor. This record is a triumph of the turmoil and sweat of constant touring over a soundtrack of traditional noise. "Soft is the skin" is a powerful democratic statement with a sample of Noam Chomsky. The lyrics are splintered with sharp shocks of personal reality such as "Cash for rockin". The sound is as complete as a circle and leaves little space for breathing and you can feel the energy and emotion bleed through the speakers as the tracks drift into each other. Perhaps one criticism is the similarity of songs that limits an ability to distinguish the ideas in the songs. Dirty chords and panicky chaotic vocal lines are mixed into an almost ambient background noise. They have tried to capture the energy of an anti-matter explosion and almost succeeded. It is hard to imagine them not blowing away contempory bands in any field and this release stays true to the noise crust punk roots that they have so successfully evolved from.Too often in modern music the need for an educated and well thought out social voice is missing. This is not the case here and this is a powerful reminder of what every band should be striving to achieve. It is the rain soaked thundering noise of a band returning to sense from the edge of oblivion." (listen Thema Eleven) (Insane Society)


  • Tideland - Asleep In The Graveyard - LP - 4€
  • "Grunge/punkrock three-piece from Sterling, Virginia. From the same cauldron of suburban wretchedness that birthed PG.99, SAIL and PIZZA, members of these bands have now converged as TIDELAND. Delivering a hazy yet melodic sonic assault, with caustic vocals pouring over 11 songs of grungy/poppy punk like poison syrup. Catchy yet dirty, "Asleep In The Graveyard" walks a tightrope between digestible and destructive. Over 35 minutes of horrific visions and druggy nightmares on this impressive debut LP." (Robotic Empire)


  • V/A Trakma 2 - LP - 4€
  • Breakcore/Techno compilation with artists like Umkra, Lexpekor, Strident Vortx, etc. Released in 2004 by Trakma.


  • Typhon Motor Dudes - Common Loser - LP - 4€
  • Punk'n roll from Germany not so bad in the style. Typhoon Motor Dudes is a good band name i guess ! Released by Kanivo Chaos.


  • Uzbeks - Goggles & Flipflops - LP - 4€
  • "The full LP of the most exciting band to emerge from the sewers of israel in the last couple of years. Released right before their european tour during the summer of 2010. This is a reincarnation of Citizen X powered by the best musicians around. The record is a joint released of 6 record labels and is available also through Urban Decay Records. The link is for a stream listen only." (listen Uzbeks) (Subwix)



  • Vulgo Acrata - O Silencio Nos Mata - LP - 4€
  • Melodic and dark crust with slow parts and lot’s of influences from Ekkaia. (listen Vulgo Acrata) (Humildad Y Honestad)


  • Flight - s/t - 7" - 1€


  • With Love / HK - Split - LP - 4€
  • With Love is an hardcore noise band from Italy. They mix insane chaotic music with some fucked up noise assaults, pretty good ! HK plays modern hardcore with melodic parts, they are french, beautiful and awesome ! Released in 2003 by Maldoror & Chimères.


  • Yakuza Horror - La Vi Extinction - 7" - 1€
  • After the demo cassette, this is the first vinyl out.put of this dark crustcore band from Zaragoza. With members from Down To Agony and Karnvapen Attack.  (listen Yakuza Horror) (Mala Maza)


  • Yakuza Horror - …Y Vendràn Mil Anos Mas - LP - 4€
  • "Crustcore from Spain with a rocking edge with members of Karnvapen Attack, Criatura, Down to Agony, Totalickers...An apocalyptic and misanthropic record." (listen Yakuza Horror) (Mala Raza)


  • Young People - War Prayers - LP - 4€
  • "Young People's short, minimal, brutally beautiful songs draw their inspiration from ancient hymnals and confessionals and blues numbers, taken with a strong dose of Broadway. The Brooklyn via L.A. trio play stark and aloof and downright frightening music: by equal measure inspiring, comforting, chilling." (Dim Mak)


  • K9 - Fuck Off - LP - 4€


  • Kakistrokracy - S/t - LP - 4€


  • Inertie / Karras - Split - LP - 4€


  • Dryrot - s/t - 7" - 1€


  • V/A A Scream In The Dark - LP - 4€
  • "Inspired by Concert of the Moment and Nosferatu festival, this release documents the darker side of the underground scene in Denmark. All of the tracks are live recordings from A Scream in the Dark festival." 1. Melting Walkmen - Desertland 2. Chainsaw Eaters - Hands of Relief 3. Joy - A Scream in the Dark 4. Amphipods - The Man in the Shadow 5. Nuclear Family - Deformed Babies 6. Shocking White - Promises of the 90's 7. The City Kill - Imitiation Moon 8. Obstacles - Insurgents 9. Trust - Bison 10. Cola Freaks - Dødt Batteri 11. Skind og Ben - Hævn


  • V/A About Life…In A Dead World - LP - 4€


  • V/A Music Fear Satan Vol 1 - 2xLP - 4€


  • Superstatic Revolutionc - Goodbye Mr Wanton - LP - 4€


  • Screaming Willies - Kill Superman - 7" - 1€


  • Seconds (The) - Y - LP - 2€









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