Hollowed Out LP To Live A Lie

Tacoma, WA's Sidetracked has been up and down the coasts, playing fests, putting out dozens of releases, and being an amazing, fast hardcore band for almost 20 years, and you know the one thing that they are missing: a full-length record. With angular hooks, false hits, starts, and stops, this is pure fastcore perfection. The weirdest thing is you'll want to hear more after you listen to the 24 tracks carved into the vinyl on this one.
Limited edition of 500 copies.
LP, 15.00€


Kicking Your Face 7" Backside

Raw brigade is a Colombian band from Bogota playing hardcore influenced by 80’s New York hardcore like Straight Ahead, early Sick Of It All, Cro-Mags and also the 2000/2010’s California scene (Rotting Out / Minority Unit). Limited edition of 200 copies.
7", 7.50€


Where Did We Go Wrong? LP Safe Inside

In 2018, four individuals came together to juxtapose a modern age of hardcore that had become heavy and metallic. Featuring Greg Bennick of Trial and current and former members of Spirits, Test Of Time, and Decline, Bystander has their sights set on becoming a positive force of change in the hardcore scene. They hope to leave the breakdowns behind, as they set forth with open minds for the future. On colored vinyl.
LP, 18.00€


The Void LP Edgewood

On Combust's Edgewood debut, "The Void," we are given six tracks that hold not only influence from the classics of their native home of New York City, but a reverence for the ideals and history of NYHC. This record is for anyone who is a fan of legendary acts such as Killing Time, Sick Of It All, or Outburst. If you want to hear the old way presented through a modern lens, this record is right up your alley.On colored vinyl.
LP, 18.00€


Cages 7" New Age

Redbait did not come from a music scene, but instead from the ranks of St. Louis, MO, activists and organizers. Major influences include Tragedy, The Hope Conspiracy, Dystopia, Thrice, and Nausea. Redbait stands with workers, animals, and the environment. On colored vinyl.
7", 8.50€


War & Insanity LP New Age

Maniac formed in western Massachusetts in the summer of 2010. After almost being a band for a decade, they released their debut full-length "War & Insanity" on cassette in the summer of 2018, which is now being made available for the first time ever on vinyl. With bleak lyrical content taking on subjects such as survival, environmental degradation, automation, and mental illness, "War & Insanity" paints a grim picture of the human experience in the 21st century. LP includes digital download. On colored vinyl.
LP, 17.50€


Don't Give In 7" Victory

Harley Flanagan is back, and this time as Cro-Mags officially. On this 7" he is flanked by Rocky George of Suicidal Tendencies fame, Gabby Abularach, who teamed up with Harley on Cro-Mags "Alpha Omega," and Garry G-Man Sullivan on drums. This 7" is three tracks of classic Harley hardcore. Street-wise and no holding back. On colored vinyl.
7", 9.00€


The Sum Of Days LP Devarishi

During the youth-crew revival of 1997 when bands like Floorpunch, Better Than A Thousand, Ten Yard Fight, and In My Eyes were in their heydays, Matt Warnke of Bold and Chris Daley started One Sided War to leave their mark on that era. Patrick Tracey from Citizens Arrest joined in and soon after they put out their CDep on Ryan Hoffmans' (Chain Of Strength) label Ambassador Records. After their debut, Tim Brooks of Bold and Andy Guida of Supertouch joined the band and together they recorded four new songs that never got released. Twenty years later they finally see the light of day. This is the first time any One Sided War output has been on vinyl and is the first time the four tracks on side B have ever been released. LP includes digital download. Imported from Germany. This is the yellow vinyl version, exclusive to Rev in the United States and limited to 200 copies.
LP, 18.00€


s/t LP Microspy

Jeromes Dream was born in 1997 as a result of personal uncertainty, instability, loss, and rage. Jeff Smith (bass, vocals) Nick Antonopoulos (guitar), and Erik Ratensperger (drums) created an aural violence in their dynamic and unpredictable songs. At that time, bands like Orchid, Reversal of Man and Pageninetynine were making similarly polemic music. But JD carved its own path and helped to define the subgenre that would come to be known as emo-violence.

The band set itself apart with an enigmatic and visceral approach to hardcore that was markedly different from the other music of its day, culminating in the release of their last record, Presents, in 2001. That same year, JD hung it up and moved on to pursue other personal projects, and after 17 years, the three friends gravitated back toward the shared belief that JD was a sacred space for them to wholly express themselves.

Fast forward to 2018 when Jeromes Dream announced that they would reunite and write a new record together, despite now living on opposite coasts of the US. The response was overwhelming, with fans from all over the world hailing the reunion. In March 2019 the band entered the studio with Jack Shirley (Deafheaven, Gouge Away, Loma Prieta, Joyce Manor) and created a 12-song untitled LP (to be released on their own label, Microspy, founded by Ratensperger) that forges new creative directions, with expanded lyrical content and the compositional maturity that only experience, tragedy, and introspection can usher forth.

Gone are the youthful jaunts of cynicism replete in earlier lyrical content. JD now mine the depths of a pancultural void of empathy and acceptance. JD attempts to reconcile self-interest/awareness with a pervasive inability to affect the global edifices that dominate and influence our every decision.

The band seems to have spliced the threads of time from 2001 to 2019 creating a straight line with no stylistic derivations or missteps. The songs and performances evoke a band that never stopped working and writing together. Moments of clarity and serenity that poked stubbornly through the surface on past albums are now further realized and given sarcous life and the dynamism of Jeromes Dream is more powerful, raw, and sincere than ever before.

Colored vinyl in stock
LP, 22.00€


Stay Safe Stay Strong 7" Not Like You

Formed when Timmy Chunks (Token Entry, Redemption 87) got the itch to start a new band at Punk Rock Bowling a few years ago, Let Rage! has been on a mission ever since. Without trying to fit into a preconceived mold or genre, Let Rage! is a combination of their influences. At times The Bouncing Souls, at others NYHC, or even a slew of early-'80s, Southern California punk, it all comes through loud and clear on "Stay Safe/Stay Strong." Limited edition of 498 copies.
7", 8.00€


Compulsion LP Feral Planet

After six years, Minus has picked themselves up off of the Carpinteria, CA, beach and entered the studio to crank out this self-released LP. Minus has always had an eclectic approach to songwriting, bringing in elements of heavy hardcore, blast beats, and traditional styles, all played by dudes who you may recall from bands like Fell To Low, Downpresser, The Midnight Sons, and more. Limited edition of 600 copies.
LP, 16.00€


Violent And Depressed 7" React!

Hailing from Baltimore, MD, Warxgames formed as a outlet to focus intense personal and societal anger through the prism of straight-edge hardcore. "Violent & Depressed" follows 2013's "9 Trax/No Nightmare" and surpasses its fury, combining early hardcore and primitive powerviolence to devastating effect. Featuring members of The Pist, Wall Breaker, Triac, and Deep Sleep.
Colored vinyl in stock.
7", 7.50€


Running Out Of Time 7" Criminal Records

Hailing from the up and coming scene of Tucson, AZ, Get A Grip presents this self-released 7" that's five tracks of mid-tempo, stomping hardcore punk with the occasional burst of crossover speed and guitar solo. They've toured the East Coast with Down To Nothing and Blind Justice and previously appeared on Edgewood Records. On colored vinyl.
7", 8.00€


Acre LP self-released

Hailing from San Francisco, CA, (a rarer thing these days as many of the punks are getting priced out to the East Bay and beyond), War Bison fulfills the promises they made in their excellent 2017 demo. Taking their cues from 411, Verbal Assault, and the like, they play this driving, melodic, and breakdown-filled take on hardcore that brings to mind a lot of early-'90s bands. What prevents it from devolving into '90s-hardcore tedium, however, is the exceptionally adept guitar work and urgent pace of delivery - it provides a formidable backdrop to vocalist Dwayne's shouted yet tuneful conveyance of lyrics which address both threats societal and internalized. LP includes digital download. On colored vinyl.
LP, 21.00€


Unforgiving Years 7 Ugly & Proud

Originally formed under the name Forewarned by Jav of 18 Visions and The Mistake, and Chris from 7 Generations, the band produced this four-song demo then changed their name to Extricate. Coinciding to the name change, the 7" has been pressed onto vinyl using the name Extricate and delivers vegan hardcore in the vein as a lot of the '90s masters like Morning Again, Arkangel, and the like. Limited edition of 300 copies.
7, 7.00€


s/t 7" Ugly & Proud

Foresight is a new 90s inspired hardcore band featuring members of Radiance, Vicious X Reality and Protein! This record is all about their vibe – heavy, yet filled with melody and full of thoughtful lyrics. 90s spirit at its best.FFO Strife and Indecision.
7", 6.50€


To Die For LP Backbite

Limited edition European pressing of INTEGRITY's 2003 comeback album TO DIE FOR. Stunning new artwork by INTEGRITY mastermind Dwid Hellion. Colored vinyl, dispersion varnish effect and insert. 
LP, 17.00€


New Voice LP Pop Wig

Hailing from the Pacific Northwest and featuring members of Gag and Angel Dust, Odd Man Out delivers their debut full-length of a modern take on classic New York-sounding hardcore. Gruff vocals bark politically and socially conscious lyrics over powerful hardcore that takes its cues from No Tolerance and Floorpunch. LP includes digital download.
LP, 19.00€


With This Thread I Hold On LP Good Fight Music

The seminal, '90s-hardcore band Chokehold will release their first new material of the 2000s this spring via Good Fight Music. 1994's "Prison Of Hope" floored the hardcore scene when it was unleashed. Lyrics, replete with fury, tackled political and socio-political topics with a rage that immediately demanded attention. Now available on colored vinyl. Vinyl version limited to 300 copies.
LP, 21.00€


What Time Takes 7" War

Los Angeles, CA, straight-edge hardcore outfit Berthold City is back with a heavy dose of pissed-off, anthemic hardcore. "What Time Takes" features four new songs recorded and mixed by Aaron Jamili at Wormhole Studios, and mastered by Arthur Rizk (Power Trip, Cavalera Conspiracy, Candy). For fans of Strife, Youth Of Today, Have Heart, Bane, Carry On, Fury, and Mindset. Limited edition of 400 copies on colored vinyl.
7", 8.50€


One Night Stand b/w Anarchy In Vienna 7" Revelation

From the iconic and unpredictable Youth Of Today, we've got a fun 7" that was initially released for Record Store Day 2019. "One Night Stand" was the ONLY cover song ever recorded by Youth Of Today in studio. The track was selected by vocalist Ray Cappo and recorded during their last 7" session ("Disengage," "Envy," and "Modern Love Story" were the other tracks from that session that were released as their self-titled 7"). "One Night Stand," written by Paul Anka and Wes Farrell, was originally recorded by The Partridge Family and appeared in their show and on record in the early 1970s. This version is Youth Of Today's take with Ray's signature growl and has only been released on the now out-of-print "Revelation 100: A Fifteen Year Retrospective Of Rare Recordings" compilation, but now it will appear on a Youth Of Today release for the first time. The B-side is another cover from their first tour of Europe in 1989 (with artwork inspired by the Sex Pistols' "God Save The Queen" 7"). This is the black vinyl version.
7", 8.50€