s/t LP Deranged

Violent Arrest contains 3/4 of the legendary UK hardcore band Ripcord and after 20 years of playing punk music, they once again deliver with twelve tracks of fury with the same speed, intensity and urgency of earlier projects. The outcome is a razor sharp hardcore assault harkening back to their eighties roots, clocking in at around a minute a song along with a cover of JERRY'S KIDS' 'This Is Boston Not L.A.' contribution 'Wired', that along with their name, stands as a glaring example of their influence, violent arrest pick the baton up right where they left their classic hardcore lineage!
LP, 11.00€


s/t 7-Inch Deranged

Boasting former members of legendary UK hardcore band Ripcord, Violent Arrest blaze through ten tracks of fast, intense hardcore punk on this EP. After two decades, the band has retained the fury, passion and urgency they displayed in previous projects.
7-Inch, 4.50€


Criminal Record 2x7-Inch Grave Mistake

The UK's Violent Arrest return with 12 brand new raging hardcore blasts on two 45 RPM EPs. Refusing to let up one bit from their first two releases on Deranged, V.A. continues to pummel you from start to finish with their savage brand of early US-by-the-way-of-UK hardcore. If spending the last two decades in classic UK bands like Heresy, Ripcord, Dumbstruck and Spite (to name a few) wasn't testament enough to these lads' abilities, 'Criminal Record' proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that these HC vets can still rip it up with the best of them.
2x7-Inch, 8.50€


s/t 7" Lengua Armada

This band out of Chicago, IL smack us in the face with four stomping tracks that will crumble your world. Be warned, this is for fans of hardcore. Features members of Vile Gash, Manipulation, Chronic Seizure, and Repos, just to name a few.
7", 6.50€


s/t 7" Rock And Roll Disgrace

The long-awaited return of Chicago Hardcore legends VIOLENT END...rabid HC PUNK for the few that still care.Released by boutique hipster label Rock N Roll Disgrace Records and strictly limited to 300 copies, all black vinyl.Exclusively available through FWS, Beach Impediment Records and Violent End directly, I've managed to get a few copies.
7", 8.00€


s/t 7" Painkiller

One of our favorite demos of the year is now as 45rpm 7" on PKR. Carrying on the traditions of previous Toronto acts Urban Blight and Bad Choice (of which they share personnel), Violent Future arrive with their first recording -- originally a self released cassette -- of thuggishly played, classically trained HARDcore. Six stompers of futuretro crunch towing the same 4-Skins w/ Hodges/YDI/Iron Cross/Chaos UK buffet their previous bands were known for, but with the most ignorant drumming you've yet laid ears on. Recording by some famous indie rock dude. Limited to 500 copies.
7", 6.50€


Eyes Of Death LP Deranged

Re-press of the glorious hardcore classic album "Eyes Of Death" by Violent Minds, remastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege with two bonus tracks. The repress also includes new art from Raf The Might/Too Many Skulls. For the uninitiated, Violent Minds was/is Zach Amsters who temporarily relocated to Toronto to join No Warning in the early 2000s. They wrote two incredible 7"s ("s/t" and "Riot") and then, in 2007, this monster album was recorded along with a few Philadelphia locals. Fast forward to 2012, Zach assembles a different crew in Boston and records a handful of new tracks with Chris Cory at the Paincave studio. This re-press includes two tracks ("Prison Planet" and "False Prophets") from this 2012 session. Features members of No Warning, Fucked Up, Boston Strangler, Mind Eraser, No Tolerance, Shark Attack and The Rival Mob. LP includes digital download.
LP, 20.00€


Survival Signs 7" Tension Head

Recorded after 2012's demo and after some minor lineup changes, "Survival Signs" provides a similar fix of rough, fast hardcore akin to the demo tape; two quick, pummeling ragers and a couple mid-tempo fist pumpers. For those that care about such things, members of Wasted Time and various other lowlife, VAHC bands from recent years.
7", 5.00€


s/t 7" 6131

Few UK hardcore bands have garnered as much attention stateside as Violent Reaction, the one-man project of Liverpool's Tom Pimlott. His take on '80s style hardcore/punk adds an oi twist and gives the whole thing a contemporary feel, while staying true to the roots of all his influences. Having already toured in the UK, Europe and North America and with more touring planned throughout the remainder of 2013, Violent Reaction is helping to put UK hardcore/punk back on the minds of fans of the genres worldwide.
7", 5.50€


Dead End 7" Painkiller

Fresh off a seven-week US tour and last year's debut LP on Painkiller, Violent Reaction return with six new tracks; their first recording as a full band (previously all instruments were played by frontman Tom Pimlott). Still raging as ever with their Riot-City-meets-Touch-And-Go sound, but now leaning a little more on their British punk forebearers.
7", 6.00€


City Streets LP Painkiller

One-man army Tom Pimlott arrives direct from Liverpool, England with an lp that splits the difference between early 80's US and UK hardcore with the kind of seamlessness and taste that escapes most bands. Whereas the original X-Claim crew took the British Hardcore of the day and twisted it to fit their post Minor Threat, townie world view, Violent Reaction takes the X-Claim sound and injects a tasteful dash of '82 style British Hardcore. This might be the best record of this style to come from the UK since the first Voorhees LP.
Final pressing on Everton Blue vinyl, stamped and numbered out of 209 copies.
LP, 18.00€


City Streets LP Painkiller

One-man army Tom Pimlott arrives direct from Liverpool, England with an LP that splits the difference between early '80s US and UK hardcore with the kind of seamlessness and taste that escapes most bands. Whereas the original X-Claim crew took the British hardcore of the day and twisted it to fit their post-Minor Threat, townie world view, Violent Reaction takes the X-Claim sound and injects a tasteful dash of 1982-style British hardcore. Now available again on vinyl.
LP, 16.00€


City Streets LP Quality Control

One of the best records the NWOBHC crew ever released gets a repress! This one perfectly blends Voorhees, Blitz, Negative FX and Impact Unit. So if you missed out the first time round, here's your chance to snag a copy!
The only difference with this version is the sleeve has a satin finish rather than a lacquer one.Those of you that love the new LP on Revelation will not be disappointed, as this contains a walk down memory lane, before there were two guitarists, with a sound thats more akin to the harder stuff on the new LP.
LP, 14.00€


Marching On LP Revelation

Originally conceived and executed as a one-man project by Tom Pimlott on the banks of the Mersey River in Liverpool, England, Violent Reaction recorded a demo in 2011, an EP in 2012 and an LP for Painkiller Records in 2013. Soon after, Tom relocated to Leeds to assemble a full band with an end result that finds the lads playing straight edge, hardcore punk with an obvious oi influence. With a lengthy American tour with their brother band The Flex under their belt, Violent Reaction is set to make their Revelation Records debut with "Marching On." Vinyl version includes digital download of this record. On colored vinyl.
LP, 13.50€


Nothing As It Seems LP Bridge Nine

Violent Sons is fronted by Sean Murphy from Verse, the Providence, RI hardcore act who has released four records setting the bar for the modern enhancement of youth crew standards and their own more progressive and yet equally passionate and politically engaged/enraged strain. Also including Raindance drummer Evan White, their ten-song introduction, "Nothing As It Seems," is a ferocious effort that would imaginably please fans of Verse's ambitious trajectory, and yet it is completely its own project for much of its blistering 22-minute length. A metallic undercurrent here, a blast-beat there, a smoggy atmosphere elsewhere, propulsive, Kurt Ballou-esque riffs at other points - it all makes for a uniquely punchy and multifaceted debut that subtly twists punk's heavier formula into new shapes and colors while retaining Murphy's exasperated, incensed, sociopolitical frustrations. LP includes digital download. On colored vinyl.
LP, 13.00€


Committing The Seven Deadly Sins 7-Inch 540

Imagine GISM without the pinko shit, totally blown out, high as fuck on PCP. Now add a disturbing Metal atmosphere (for some reason it reminds me of Hellhammer at times) and you would land somewhere near this Demo. A noisy onslaught of vicious hardcore that is fast enough to please Black Metal fans and crusty Punk creeps alike.
7-Inch, 6.50€


s/t 7-Inch Free Cake

Debut for this powerhouse. 2 songs on a 1 sided EP with a screened B side. Limited to 666 copies. For fans of Ringworm, Burning Witch and Celtic Frost. Prepare to hold your ears. Features members of Pulling Teeth and Skin Like Iron.
7-Inch, 5.00€


Introspection 7-Inch Its The Limit

Hailing from Houston, TX, Vitality! play an old-school Orange County style of hardcore that has drawn comparisons to Unity, Uniform Choice, and 7 Seconds with the melodic hooks of Dag Nasty and intensity of Turning Point. There's also a nod to Underdog, because they're using one of their famous bass lines. This ep contains 6 tracks from the 'Introspection' CDEP on sweet colored vinyl.
7-Inch, 4.50€


Rip It Out 7-Inch Havoc

Vitamin X takes their tried and true thrash sound to the next level. Building on the direction they were headed with the Bad Trip LP this ep mixes full on thrash with some wild 70's rock riffs and leads. Before you think this is another 'How We Rock' or 'Fire And Ice' you better chill out and recognize, it's still fast and furious, just with some wild and unique guitar work from Marc that's influenced by 70's hard rock. Essential for die hard fans or people who have never heard Vitamin X before.
7-Inch, 4.00€


Age Of Paranoia LP Southern Lord

The newest chapter in the Vitamin X lineage, "Age Of Paranoia" was recorded by Igor Wouters at ARC Studios in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Packing 16 volatile tracks into a white-knuckled 28 minutes, "Age Of Paranoia" surges with rapid-fire punk angst packed with ripping rock leads and raised-fist gang-chant anthems. The album includes several special guest guitar solos by J. Mascis (Dinosaur Jr., Witch) and Bubba Dupree (Void, Soundgarden, Dave Grohl's Probot, Brant Bjork), and is completed with cover artwork by Marald (Baroness, Kylesa, High On Fire). Now available on vinyl.
LP, 16.00€


Rad Brad 7" Vittu

Featuring alumni of Rev band Speak 714, Vittu have been haunting stages around Southern California with an angular post-hardcore sound that takes influences from bands like Drive Like Jehu, Cursive, and Thursday. On colored vinyl.
7", 4.00€


Dickfaced LP Holy Shit!

If you like their previous stuff, you will definitly love this one. The songs on the record are what you can expect from VOGUE but more. Harsher, harder, rawer, unexpected tempo juggling, psychedelic shit ... Discontent in its purest form. It’s hard to make comparisons with other bands as there are so many sides to the record (plus I suck at this). But if you insist: PISSED JEANS, SSD, BRUTAL KNIGHTS, ANNIHILATION TIME and DEAD STOP ... (told you).
LP, 10.00€


Pompshit LP Hardware

Plenty of folks who grew up with hardcore have since moved onto its noisier or artier or less-traditional cousins. VOGUE's "Pompshit" is sourced in the early 1980's loose-booty Hardcore-Punk with some hints into the tightly wound treble-spray of early '90s noise-rock. It's an ugly sound - sometimes frenzied and sometimes totally entropic. Unlike so much music in 2010, VOGUE doesn't want to inflate your sense of euphoria. The songs on the record are what you can expect from VOGUE - harsh, raw, unexpected tempo juggling. They want to stub out enthusiasm like a cigarette on a forehead. This album is diverse, but VOGUE ain't no dilettantes. If you like their former stuff you'll love these tracks!
LP, 10.00€


#3 Fanzine Crucial Response

Voice Of A Generation Fanzine, the brainchild of Crucial Response Records, includes a limited Abusive Action 7" and features an interview with Abusive Action, an article on legendary skater Jay Adams, an essay about Bold, plus plenty of reviews and old hardcore photos.
Fanzine, 7.00€