Art District 7" Schizophrenic

Born Wrong's third 7" finds these Hamilton, Ontario, Canada hardcore heroes plowing through more raw, aggressive hardcore punk that leans towards the early-'80s end of the HC spectrum with harsh, angry sounds akin to Negative Approach and local heroes Left For Dead.
7", 5.00€


Fire LP self-released

The Boston Strangler is a hardcore/punk band from Boston, MA formed in 2011 featuring members of The Rival Mob, Mind Eraser, No Tolerance, Failures, and many others. Fire is incredibly pissed, stripped down, no frills hardcore with a definite 80's flavor. Fire is the band's second LP, which was released via the band owned Fun With Smack records.
LP, 17.00€


Outcast 12" self-released

The band's long out of print 2010 demo tape finally gets the superior vinyl treatment. contains all five tracks and the previously unheard alt version of outcast as a bonus.widely considered a "modern classic" since day one, this is Boston Hardcore in it's purest, most perfectly executed form. It belongs in a museum.Mastered for vinyl by Carl Saff and dumped onto a one-sided 45 RPM 12", the outcast demo has never sounded this good.
12", 16.00€


Unifying Themes Redux 2xLP Garden Of Exile

"Unifying themes redux" is the band's long out of print collection of early 7" material, compilation cuts and other rarities and provides an incisive look at the germination of Seattle's legendary ass-kickers. It features 16 ferocious tracks that only BOTCH could deliver, complete with weird samples, post-modern anxiety, and unstoppable riffs. Few bands took as many chances and everyone from NORMA JEAN to EVERY TIME I DIE basically owes them a huge royalty check (or at least major props). Just remember BOTCH = God!
2xLP, 20.00€


Sink To The Depths 10" Good Fight Music

Comprising members of The Gaslight Anthem, Ensign, Gates and more, Bottomfeeder delivers an impassioned, melodic brand of hardcore, drenched in the spirit of New Jersey's DIY scene - the scene of New Brunswick basement shows and late-night diners made famous by bands like Thursday. On "Sink To The Depths," Bottomfeeder charges out of the gate with a sound that is both raging and melancholy, explosive and world-weary. Frontman Derek Reilly screams with the voice of veteran who still gives a damn.
10", 15.00€


II 7" Get This Right

The band seems to be mostly influenced by NYC and Clevo bands and this EP shows that. Bottomfeeder favors gritty metallic hardcore that falls somewhere between Merauder and Ringworm which results in a truly menacing sound. But don’t get it confused with some cheap Holy Terror wannabe band. This shit is for real. Heavy and dark and straight up evil. There’s also some All Out War influences here and there, but it makes this shit heavier and better.

That dirty sound quality on this EP works magic as every song sounds strong and brutal. This is metallic hardcore how it should be done. The best track is ‘On Our Own’, it features Chris of Shattered Realm fame and is crushing concrete with its heavy ass beat. But all the songs are of highest quality and it shows that the band really focused on making the Ep consistent all way through. On colored vinyl.
7", 5.50€


Lost Songs 7" Warthog Speak

This record contains two songs from the Bound 7" session that, for whatever reason, went missing for 24 years - "Triplet" and a pre-Hatchet Face version of "Killian Church" - as well as the track "Cain Rose Up," which originally appeared on Aaron Dalbec's "Soundtrack To The Revolution" comp 7". The download accompanying this record includes tons of photos; a live set; .mp3s of the '93 demo; remixed, remastered, and revived versions of the entire 7" session by Will Killingsworth that reveals nuance and clarity hidden from the world in the original mix; a couple of rehearsal tapes; and even more odds and ends. For the statisticians, members of Bound were also active in Fit For Abuse, Entropy, Dive, Get High, and another band that you've definitely heard of. Limited edition of 250 copies. 7" includes digital download.
7", 7.50€


When A Nation Sleeps LP Bridge Nine

Boysetsfire has been a band for nearly two decades. After seven years of silence, Boysetsfire has delivered an album that is more intense, more fragile and more brutal than anything they've ever done before. "While A Nation Sleeps..." stays true to their political, post hardcore essence that should entice new fans while keeping old fans excited. Now available on colored vinyl with a gatefold cover. Vinyl version includes digital download.
LP, 14.00€


The Day The Sun Went Out LP End Hits

Originally released on Initial Records back in 1997, "the day the sun went out" has been out of print for years, and is now available again in a remastered and completely repackaged form through End Hits Records. BOYSETSFIRE's 1st full-length was an instant hardcore classic and has since gone on to become a genre-defining record that helped pave the way for the popularity of bands like POISON THE WELL and THURSDAY. Emotionally charged, heartfelt and honest, BOYSETSFIRE mix aggression and thought-provoking ideas into a positive blend of melody and abrasive music. Vinyl comes with gatefold-sleeve and includes a digital download card.
LP, 16.50€


split 7" End Hits

Bonded by a deep friendship that’s lasted throughout the years, BoySetsFire and Funeral For A Friend have shown the ultimate admiration for one another by covering each other’s music. The record features BoySetsFire’s take on Funeral For A Friend’s classic track “10:45 Amsterdam Conversations” from their EP Between Order and Model and Funeral For a Friend covering BoySetsFire’s quintessential song “Rookie” from their album After the Eulogy. On colored vinyl.
7", 5.50€


s/t LP Bridge Nine

The captivating euphoria that has been building for years around long-running Delaware, post-hardcore veterans Boysetsfire has been channeled into 13 songs that contrast with the rage of their previous album, 2013's comeback effort "While a Nation Sleeps...," with rousing optimism seeping from every pore. Boysetsfire is a reawakening of all the strengths within the band, conveying sociopolitical unrest and personal joy through powerfully anthemic rock power and hardcore intensity. For fans of Snapcase, Thursday and Rise Against. Vinyl version includes digital download. On colored vinyl.
LP, 15.00€


This Crying, This Screaming, My Voice Is Being Born 12-Inch Magic Bullet

To kick off its 15th year as a label, Magic Bullet Records is going all the way back to release #1 and giving "This Crying, This Screaming, My Voice Is Being Born," by Boy Sets Fire, its just dues on vinyl format. Covers are one-color print on chipboard material and inserts are photocopied in an attempt to recreate the atmosphere of the original release. LP includes digital download. On colored vinyl.
12-Inch, 17.00€


This Crying, This Screaming, My Voice Is Being Born 12" Dark Operative

To mark the 25th anniversary of Boysetsfire's explosive debut, "This Crying, This Screaming, My Voice Is Being Born," Dark Operative is proud to reissue the album on vinyl. Packaged in a chipboard, stock LP cover evocative of the exact aesthetic of the mid-'90s era from whence this record was initially made, the original silkscreen design has been faithfully replicated with a package rounded out with complete lyrics and credits included. For fans of Rise Against, Hot Water Music, and Refused. Limited edition of 500 copies.
12", 18.50€


The Misery Index: Notes From The Plague Years. LP End Hits

Boy Sets Fire are back home. For the last decade the band has persevered through many things, including vans blowing up mid-tour, releasing four records on four different record labels and touring continuously throughout the world. After being on the cutting edge of the then-new and unknown "emo" movement, Boy Sets Fire took to making the hardcore scene a positive thing. Known for giving something for fans to think about in addition to the sing-a-long was all part of the Boy Sets Fire mantra about hardcore and how they lived their lives. This is probably the band's most remarkable and diverse album ever. The album is filled with socially charged lyrics and the unmistakable Boy Sets Fire sound, which is sure to excite new and old fans equally. Get ready for a lesson from the true pioneers in post hardcore. Previously available only as a compact disc on Equal Vision Records,  this is the first ever vinyl release of this classic.On colored vinyl.
LP, 20.00€


Whatever It Takes 7-Inch TWG

Bracewar brings you four hard-hitting tracks on this new EP. 'Whatever It Takes' is the bands first release since their LP. Picking up where that left off, these songs bring you the same sound but with some added flavor brought to you by their newest member RYAN GROAT, who played for DOWN TO NOTHING. Some songs harder than ever, some songs shorter than ever, the new EP is a guaranteed pleaser. The band has been on a semi hiatus and is going to be picking it up again with this new release backing them up. For this record the band also brought FLZA from IRON BOOTZ fame aboard for drum duties.
7-Inch, 5.00€


Discography LP Six Feet Under

Richmond, VA's Bracewar has been a hardcore mainstay for 10 years now. This contains everything the band has recorded, 30 tracks on one 12". Some of them have been remixed, everything has been remastered. On colored vinyl.
LP, 19.00€


Colossal 7" Triple B

Richmond, VA, juggernauts Bracewar return with their first recorded material in 10 years. Three songs of gut-punching, in-your-face hardcore. If you've been waiting for new material, this record surely does not disappoint. 7" includes digital download. On colored vinyl.
7", 8.00€


So Dim b/w Symptom Set 7-Inch Grave Mistake

North Carolina's Brain F bring you their second single, "So Dim" b/w "Symptom Set," a double A-sided banger with all the overdriven/overloaded guitar fury of Teengenerate or Zero Boys and the angry female-fronted charm you love from so many Dangerhouse and early L.A. singles. Massive rhythm section a la Avengers and Nervous Eaters, hook-filled and danceable, the hardest of core. 7" includes digital download.
7-Inch, 5.00€


Sleep Rough LP Grave Mistake

The first two singles from North Carolina's Brain F? left a lot of people scratching their heads: Is it garage? Is it hardcore? (It's definitely punk.) How did they write such catchy riffs? How do you pronounce F?? Everything has been amped up for this release... the hard stuff is harder, the catchy stuff is catchier and the weird stuff is weirder. There's no need for band comparisons, but if you're into that sort of thing then imagine the Saints' minds in Teengenerate and the Avengers' bodies sent to a dystopian future. LP includes digital download.
LP, 10.00€


s/t LP No Way

You know em- You love em. Pittsburgh, PA's BRAIN HANDLE unleash 10 songs of their signature hardcore punk on this crappy little world. If you dug their self released 1st ep and Fashionable idiots 2nd ep, you'll not be dissapointed by picking up this vicious piece of wax. The 1st version of this came out as a tour only-lp in an edition of 300 and sold out before they even finished the tour. Now we've got the full layout, ready for mass consumption. Love it or leave it.
LP, 10.00€


demo 7-Inch Deranged

Brain Killer's first recording is captured on this EP, showing the early stages of this Massachusetts hardcore band finding their sound, which picks up elements of Japanese hardcore like Bastard and Disclose and mixes it with bands like Deathreat and No Parade.
7-Inch, 5.00€


Creep//Annihilate Me 7" Failure

This is a manic blast of ancient, NYHC wisdom (Straight Ahead, Krakdown) spiked with a hefty dose of noisey punk (Discharge, etc.). Originally released on cassette by Bleeding Edges and Self Acceptance, all of which are sold out, this thing is finally getting the vinyl treatment. Limited edition of 325 copies.
7", 6.00€