BREAK AWAY

Cross My Heart LP React!

Richmond, VA hardcore torchbearer Break Away is back with their sophomore LP, "Cross My Heart," available now from React! Records. In a scene dominated by seasonal acts and disposable demos, where releasing even one full-length is a noteworthy achievement, Break Away has established themselves as a focused, prolific and stalwart band dead set on leaving a lasting impact. On "Cross My Heart," Break Away delivers exactly what you'd hope from a true straight edge hardcore band - power, speed and passion. On colored vinyl.
LP, 18.00€

BREAK AWAY #2

fanzine

The first issue in english includes the following band interviews: Stabbed By Words, Ruiner, Soul Control, With Open Arms, Fall Apart and Seed of Pain. There's also an interview with the guy from Turn The Tide Fanzine/Schlops.com A playlist, and pictures close the deal. DIY or Die!
fanzine, 2.00€

BREAK IT UP

demo 2004 7-Inch Anger Management

Out of the remains of Thirty Seconds Until Armageddon and Voorhees comes Newcastle’s Break It Up. This isn’t a modern take on hardcore: this is no bullshit, no frills youth crew that sounds like it came straight out of 1987. The sold out demo gave a nod to Uniform Choice and Insted, and if you've missed it, this is your chance to chek it out.
7-Inch, 4.00€

BREAK IT UP

No Sides LP Dead & Gone

Out of the remains of Thirty Seconds Until Armageddon and Voorhees comes Newcastle's Break It Up. This isn't a modern take on hardcore. This is no bullshit, clean youth crew that sounds like it came straight out of 1987. 12 tracks of early O.C.-sounding hardcore in the vein of Insted and Uniform Choice. Way better than their debut ep.
LP, 10.00€

BREAK THROUGH

s/t 7-Inch BreakXOut

Here comes the debut EP from these german kids. Pretty straight-forward European style old-school hardcore. If you're into the Crucial Response style stuff then you will probably like this as well. There are 6 songs on this and every one of them is bursting with an abundance of youth-crew, posicore hardcore-fuelled energy. The songs are medium to fast paced and really hammer along like there's no tomorrow. The quality of the song structures and the recording on the instruments are top notch. Comes with nice artwork by Spoiler, too! 2nd hand
7-Inch, 2.50€

BREAK THROUGH

s/t 7-Inch BreakXOut

Here comes the debut EP from these german kids. Pretty straight-forward European style old-school hardcore. If you're into the Crucial Response style stuff then you will probably like this as well. There are 6 songs on this and every one of them is bursting with an abundance of youth-crew, posicore hardcore-fuelled energy. The songs are medium to fast paced and really hammer along like there's no tomorrow. The quality of the song structures and the recording on the instruments are top notch. Comes with nice artwork by Spoiler, too!
7-Inch, 4.00€

BREAKDOWN

Runnin' Scared LP Painkiller

540 Records and Painkiller present one of the most important and, yep, best New York hardcore recordings on vinyl for the first time EVER with "Running Scared." On this 540 and Painkiller split release you will find the "Runnin' Scared" demo from 1988, recorded in The Loft studios in Bronxville, near the parkway, and previously unreleased versions of "All I Ask" and "Hold Me Back" - the latter basically a new Breakdown song that you can't get anywhere else except for this thing - and their WNYU session from 1989. The demo is as good as any hardcore record ever and the band is as good as any band.
LP, 17.00€

BREAKDOWN

The '87 Demo LP Painkiller

540 Records and Painkiller have teamed up once again to bring you the other half of the legendary "Breakdown; Both Demos" series: the legendary '87 demo. Breakdown's original 1987 lineup was only together for a few short months, but in that time they produced one of the most legendary and influential recordings in the history of New York hardcore. Paving the way for every hard and heavy band to follow, Breakdown's take on hardcore was balanced with the perfect mix of hip hop's bounce, the power and dynamics of heavy metal and an unmistakable New York accent laced across a tough, streetwise sound that could only have come out of 1980s New York City. This LP contains the full, nine-song '87 demo, released here for the first time on vinyl in its entirety, backed with a crushing live set recorded on WNYU radio's Crucial Chaos during the summer of 1987. Both recordings have been faithfully restored from original sources and sound better than ever. Includes a full-color, 12" x 24" poster insert with extensive notes and anecdotes from members of the NYHC scene.
LP, 18.00€

BREAKER BREAKER

Out Of Service MCD Martyr

This final EP is without a doubt Breaker Breaker's finest material, a step above their well received demo ep on Bridge 9 Records. Breaker Breaker was straight edge, but avoided being pigeon holed. Their mix of angry hardcore, and fast energetic punk rock set them apart from the pack. This record will give them the recognition they deserve. Too bad they're no longer around, I would've liked to see more vinyl (lyrics wouldn't have hurt either).
MCD, 7.00€

BREAKS, The

Get Saved 7-Inch Firestarter

These boys are full of energy and anger and they're gonna make sure you're damn well aware of that with fast, thrashy, catchy music and venomous words that cut straight to the point. The Breaks are on the warpath and the religious right and shitty punks are dead set for destruction. Great fast hardcore with a modern punch and lyrics to satisfy any kid into raw honesty and venomous spite.
7-Inch, 2.50€

BREAKS, The

Are broke 7-Inch Firestarter

The Breaks are back (sorta) and bringing you five more songs of midwest desperation and no-coast bitterness. Fast and raw with just the right amount of fist-pumping catchiness, the Breaks pull no punches. These five songs were recorded at the same time as their 'Get Saved' EP. Two of the songs were meant to be included on that record but were left off due to a mastering error. The other songs weren't going to be released but we felt like they were too good to let them be forgotten so this posthumous release will help ensure that these St. Louis ragers won't soon be forgotten.
7-Inch, 2.50€

BREATHING FIRE

s/t 7-Inch Painkiller

Well, these guys are back together and working on new material, Painkiller decided to press their demo tape on a vinyl ep to tide over the masses until they release something new. If you missed this when it was a tape, expect some violent and heavy hardcore with throat shredding, garbled vocals. The fast parts have tons of changes and unexpected twists and turns but then things drop into extended doomy portions that emphasize the isolation and misery. The band lists Infest and Black Sabbath as their influences. Limited to 500 copies.
7-Inch, 4.00€

BREATHING FIRE

Years Of Lead LP Painkiller

In 2004 Breathing Fire quietly laid down one of the most impressive demos, following which they promptly disappeared. In 2007 the band reconvened to unearth the remains of some unused songs and attempt some new ones, thus beginning a brief but fruitful reconnection between the members that produced this album. Years Of Lead takes the framework of their demo and pushes everything much further. The recording is dirtier and much more harsh, the slow sections more ominous, the fast sections more head spinning. Influenced by early power violence, harsh and dark hardcore, classic sludge, and hazy doom standards, but Years of Lead speaks its own language. Comes housed in a full color old style tip-on style jacket.
LP, 10.00€

BRICK ASSASSIN

Bite The Hand That Feeds 12" Foreign Legion

Chicago's Midway neighborhood hosts an airport and hundreds of locked cells for the working-class communities doing time on Chicago's south side. Brick Assassin comes from Midway, a band of resilient goons growing up big and ugly, raised on a diet of industrial slime and nuclear-green hot dog relish in a dense smog of dying industries. Their new 12"ep is a series of complaints about union bosses, Nazi skins and trying to feed a family while the atmosphere smothers your lungs. Limited edition of 300 copies.
12", 16.00€

BRICK FIGHT

s/t 7-Inch Welfare

Newcomers from the Haverhill, MA area, Brick Fight, are already busy playing locally with bands like Hammer Bros., The Effort, The Carrier and Word For Word, bringing a straight-forward, no frills hardcore sound, providing plenty of opportunities to mosh, bringing to mind such contemporaries as Guns Up!, Blacklisted and channeling the spirit of old Metallica.
7-Inch, 3.00€

BRICKLAYER

The Wall LP Hardware

Bricklayer is an ugly, meaty and straight to the point hardcore band from the Olympia/Seattle area. With dirty guitars, muddy bass, frantic drums and throaty vocal grunts, these guys spit out a total ripper of a full length that followed their 7'' single and demo tape. These thumping tracks of barbaric American hardcore stay in your head and never leave. Snag and Dig.
LP, 12.00€

BRICKLAYER

The Wall CS Alternatives

Bricklayer is an ugly, meaty and straight to the point hardcore band from the Olympia/Seattle area. With dirty guitars, muddy bass, frantic drums and throaty vocal grunts, these guys spit out a total ripper of a full length that followed their 7'' single and demo tape. These thumping tracks of barbaric American hardcore stay in your head and never leave. Snag and Dig.
CS, 7.00€

BRIDGE AND TUNNEL

Homecoming b/w Mixed/Media/Messages LP Run For Cover

Sonically anchored by a guitar-driven melodicism reminiscent of later-era Small Brown Bike, Bridge And Tunnel harness the explosive, angular technique employed by luminaries like Fugazi and Cursive to convey a cutting sense of immediacy and intensity. Above it all their voices weave together through a range of emotionally laden tones as somber harmonies flip to a wrenching howl that echoes the desperation and defiance they've put to paper. Fresh off their sophomore LP for No Idea Records, Bridge And Tunnel offer up two new songs on the single "Homecoming b/w Mixed/Media/Messages," furthering the socially-aware, atmospheric and melodic punk they've become known for. 7" includes digital download.
LP, 4.50€

BRIDGES LEFT BURNING

Bystanders LP Assault

Listening to "Bystanders", the sophomore release from BRIDGES LEFT BURNING, prepare to be surprised. Musically, this is a highly successful blend of modern harcore and old school sounds, bound by powerful melodies, infused with a sense of urgency and filled with passion. Imagine VERSE and JUST WENT BLACK rolled into one. Wearing their hearts on their sleeves, "Bystanders" is fiercely political. Favoring literate and intelligent lyrics over sloganeering, these guys make it abundantly clear that this is more than music. Covering topics like human rights and the plight of refugees, personal responsibility and the consequences of capitalism unbound, there's anger and rage aplenty. But this isn't a resigned acceptance of the status quo. It's a wake-up call to action, fueled by the unwavering belief in the power (of people) to change and transform themselves and others. Refuse. Revolt. Resist."Bystanders" features guest vocals from Greg Bennick (Trial) and is available on colored vinyl, housed in thick cardstock covers. To accomodate the lyrics and ideas explored, this LP includes a 28-page booklet with lyrics, essays and recommendations for further reading.
LP, 12.00€

BRIDGES LEFT BURNING

Disappointment, Disapproval, Disbelief 10" Down The Drain

You get 5 intense and pissed off sounding hardcore-punk songs expressing the bandmembers minds and hearts in a very passionate way. The record comes on (limited!) 10'' colored vinyl with a pretty unique artwork (lyrics, suggested reading/watching list and some additional info included of course). And the best about it: THE TOTAL VOLUME OF SALES WILL BE DONATED TO PeTA! Neither the label nor the band will get any money out of this!
Please help us and support PeTA by buying this record!

Political hardcore with a melodic edge that reminds me of Just Went Black at times. Recommended.
10", 8.00€

BRIGADES

Crocodile Tears 12" Pure Noise

Brigades is South Carolina's best kept secret. Their debut EP, "Crocodile Tears," was recorded in Baltimore with producer Paul Leavitt (All Time Low, Dangerous Summer) and blends pop punk with more agressive skate punk riffs which allows the band to cross into multiple different sub-genres of all ages music. On colored vinyl.
12", 13.00€

BRING IT ON

Only The Strong Survive 7-Inch A389

Do you remember a time when hardcore was fast, furious and ugly? Let Bring It On take you back to a time when bands like Killing Time and Sheer Terror ruled the CBGB matinees. Blue collar, old school hardcore is whats in store when you cross paths with these Baltimore hardcore veterans. Six tracks of brutal late 80's style NYHC, best described as a cross between Killing Time, Breakdown and Sheer Terror with a little bit of Last Rites thrown in for good measure.
7-Inch, 4.50€

BROADWAY CALLS

Comfort/Distractions LP No Sleep

It's been three long years since the release of their sophomore album, "Good Views, Bad News," which found the band label-less and without a budget to record a follow-up at the end of its cycle. Armed with determination and confidence in their new songs, Broadway Calls would eventually find a new home amongst a burgeoning roster of like-minded bands at No Sleep Records to release their best album to date. For fans of Alkaline Trio and The Gaslight Anthem. Vinyl version includes digital download. On colored vinyl.
LP, 12.00€

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