SPITTING TEETH

Don't Believe The Hype 7-Inch Havoc

Spitting Teeth play wicked fast thrash. The drumming and riffage approaches grind core speeds but is still pure hardcore thrash. The lyrics are humorous, yet pointed critiques of society and the state of the scene. Seven of the songs on this 7inch are critical trash core, while the last 'Hell To Pay' is more of a AC DC or later SSD inspired hard rocker.
7-Inch, 4.50€

R.A.M.B.O.

Wall Of Death The System LP Assault

RAMBO hail from Philadelphia and play heavy, fast, and thrashy hardcore that has great sing-alongs and mosh parts all over the place. Their lyrics span a variety of topics including riding bikes ('U-Lock Justice'), moshing ('Bike, Skate, Mosh'), riots ('Wall Of Death The System'), anarchy ('Circle that A Motherfucker'), religion ('No Circle Pits In Heaven') and a whole bunch of other important shit. This band stands for a lot of serious things, but also takes time to have fun, which is the way it should be. It's been a while since a band was able to blend amazing music, intelligent (and funny) political lyrics, as well as a ton of anger so effortless. Their LP comes with a huge lyric booklet, filled to the brim with explanations and information, not to mention the incredible artwork of Mike Bukowski. The CD version features an 18 minute cd-rom video that has clips from a bunch of Rambo shows that are just a total fucking riot, literally! The band wears camo and stages huge riot re-enactments with kids in the pit dressed up as either cops or protestors.
LP, 10.00€

R.A.M.B.O.

Wall Of Death The System CD Assault

RAMBO hail from Philadelphia and play heavy, fast, and thrashy hardcore that has great sing-alongs and mosh parts all over the place. Their lyrics span a variety of topics including riding bikes ('U-Lock Justice'), moshing ('Bike, Skate, Mosh'), riots ('Wall Of Death The System'), anarchy ('Circle that A Motherfucker'), religion ('No Circle Pits In Heaven') and a whole bunch of other important shit. This band stands for a lot of serious things, but also takes time to have fun, which is the way it should be. It's been a while since a band was able to blend amazing music, intelligent (and funny) political lyrics, as well as a ton of anger so effortless. Their LP comes with a huge lyric booklet, filled to the brim with explanations and information, not to mention the incredible artwork of Mike Bukowski. The CD version features an 18 minute cd-rom video that has clips from a bunch of Rambo shows that are just a total fucking riot, literally! The band wears camo and stages huge riot re-enactments with kids in the pit dressed up as either cops or protestors.
CD, 8.00€

LET IT BURN

Here's To Goodbyes LP Coalition

The follow-up to their 10 inch, this is once again full of punk rock anthems, reminiscent of bands like KID DYNAMITE and STRIKING DISTANCE. This one rocks without a doubt. In the same vein as their awesome split with THE SCARLET LETTER. Pick this up.
LP, 8.00€

DISASTER, THE

Black And White And Red All Over LP Assault

Lyrically dark and desperate, The Disaster come out of New York City with a blast of powerful and melodic hardcore with raspy forced singing. The music is classic hardcore with melodic sensibilities. THE DISASTER sound like the most incredible combination of KID DYNAMITE, IN MY EYES and AMERICAN NIGHTMARE. The hoarse vocals are hard and harsh. They fuel the music with angst-ridden lyrics about depression, death and other dismal outcomes. Great lyrics, fast-paced drumming, blazing guitars, and thumping bass propel this into a fireball of fury. Every song is short, unyielding, and lethal. While banging out straight-ahead adrenalized rhythms, The Disaster is capable of sneaking in gusts of catchy melody. Aggressive and vicious, THE DISASTER have delivered one emotionally fantastic release that emphasizes all that is right about having passion for hardcore ('color me colonial'), and all that is true about fatalistic thoughts in moments of utter despair ('an ode to a dawn that will never come'). Jaw-dropping artwork and packaging, along with the vibrant production top off a release that will turn some heads.
LP, 5.00€

D.S.-13

No One Will Thank You When You Are Dead CD Deranged

The CD includes 'Aborted Teen Generation', 'For The Kids...' and 'Jag Hatar Soldater' singles (first time on CD for all), All compilation tracks they've ever done and even some unreleased songs. A total of 39 studio tracks plus a whole live set recorded on their first US tour. This is their last will and testament.
CD, 11.00€

MELEE

One Way Dead End 7-Inch Lengua Armada

This is their follow-up to the split records with the Cancer Kids. Their best release so far. Early 80s style hardcore with an excellent guitar sound. The songs are catchy while going full throttle at the same time. This is the record Melee will be remembered for.
7-Inch, 5.00€

COALITION/ HOLDING ON split

7-Inch Martyr

I've been waiting for this to come out and I'm not disappointed. The two Coalition tracks are their best ones yet, melodic and agressive, with some serious mosh parts and singalongs. You're probably familiar with Holding On, so it'll come as no surprise to you that their three tracks rule. Pissed and angry. The Mike Bukowski cover is just the icing on the cake.
7-Inch, 4.50€

A LIFE ONCE LOST

The Fourth Plague 7-Inch Deathwish

A LIFE ONCE LOST race forth infesting us with metallic riffing, throat searing vocals, and the most brutal hardcore breakdowns in recent memory. Frenetic, yet precise, this is the sound that many strive for. Successfuly merging the best aspects of metal and hardcore into a new unstoppable plague. Colored vinyl available.
7-Inch, 5.00€

ExTxA

We Are The Attack 7-Inch Deranged

Eight brandnew negative and brutal thrash songs from europes premier trash outfit. EPILEPTIC TERROR ATTACK play spastic songs about skateboarding, hating the world, and not giving a fuck. Played with a definite love for early '80s hardcore.
7-Inch, 4.00€

OUR WAR

if you’re not now... CD Deranged

Featuring ex-members of Chokehold, Left for Dead, Swarm and Haymaker, Our War come at you with some pissed off straight edge hardcore from the frozen wastelands of Canada. They are angry, let down, and ready to explode. Songs about staying true, fallen friends, failed promises, and hardcore pride set to a rumble of brutal hardcore and screaming vocals. Straight edge, straight edge, straight edge. Did I mention that Our War are straight edge? Pissed and powerful. Vinyl coming soon.
CD, 12.00€

MY REVENGE

Both Feet Over The Line LP LP Element

My Revenge play a style of fast aggresive hardcore with lots of mosh parts that seems like it takes a lot of influence from the early 80's. The vocals are angry and the lyrics are about things like people getting caught up in drinking, skating, and just shitty people and things that suck. Can't argue with guys crazy enough to bring a chainsaw on stage. Did I mention they're straight edge as well? Skate straight!
LP, 10.00€

SCRIMMAGE HEROES

s/t 7-Inch Slow Gun

SCRIMMAGE HEROES are a great straight up rock ´n´ emo ´n´ punk band that needs to be heard. Imagine Jimmy Eat World, The Enkindels and Hot Water Music going into a good ol´ sauna and melting together. This is the perfect slab of vinyl for upcoming hot summer nights. On your favorite new yet unknown Slow Gun Records label outta California. And to finally satisfy all your collector needs it´s pressed on green marble vinyl and handnumbered to 300 copies. (review by tialid)
7-Inch, 4.50€

25 TA LIFE/ SPAZZ split

7-Inch bootleg

I never thought there'd be a day where I'd sell 25 TA LIFE records, but then, I never expected SPAZZ to team up with them either. This came out about three years ago, but was limited to a one time pressing of 200 for Hellfest, so nobody got it. Well, that's not entirely true. One crafty little bootlegger got his hands on a copy and made these. So now us normal people can enjoy the split as well. Quantities are limited, of course. Blue vinyl.
7-Inch, 3.50€

ASSISTANT / SCARLET LETTER

split 7-Inch Alone

The Assistant are back for more mayhem. Featuring ex-members of You and I and guaranteed to please the hordes of chaotic emo kids. The Scarlet Letter play more traditional straight forward aggressive hardcore. Both bands do a good job, and this single is sure to fly out the door.
7-Inch, 4.00€

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