split 7" Goodwill

Three new songs from THE DAMAGE DONE that will have your mouth watering with anticipation for their new ep, which will be out later this month. Powerful, tight and above all, passionate straight edge hardcore from california. The lyrics show a welcome departure from the usual topics and tackle some serious issues. Great. Hailing from Portugal, DAY OF THE DEAD deliver 4 new songs that can stand on their own. As impressive as their debut ep (pick it up now!), DotD show that they're a force to be reckoned with. Intelligent, powerful and DIY. An amazing split.
USED copy.
7", 2.00€


4 Track Attack 7-Inch Even Worse

Denmark's death Token attack with this 8 song shredder. like a brute force, this power trio tears it up harshly, everything in deathToken'S world is bleak, and they are willing to take you for a ride, nihilistic, anger boiled, demonic dark stuff thats powerfull as fuck, some stearing echoing vocals to make it even more creepier, and bleak. All recorded on 4 track, yet blowing away most stuff today. comparisons are cheesy, but throw old C.O.C. in with Septic death, then move em to scandinavia ca' 85 and your not even getting close to an idea. 2nd hand
7-Inch, 2.50€


s/t 7-Inch Organized Crime

Desperation, formerly known as Holy Fucking Ghost, from Cedar Falls IA, is a sonic wall of dark brooding chaotic hardcore with tragically poignant lyrics. A must for fans of HOPE CONSPIRACY, MODERN LIFE IS WAR and CONVERGE. Pink vinyl. 2nd hand
7-Inch, 3.00€


Derelict 7-Inch Dragline

On the follow-up release to 'We emerge Unscathed' brings you five songs of thrashy, pissed off hardcore in the vein of Suicide File, xfilesx, The Swarm and Unbroken. It's pulling you down and dragging you under- but has a beauty of it's own that is reflected in the layout. Self released, with silkscreened covers and limited to a mere 150 copies. 2nd hand
7-Inch, 3.00€


Rowdyism 7-Inch TDB

In an effort to breathe fresh air into a scene seemingly content with its own zombification, Draw Blood are offering more than regurgitated clichés from the notebooks of the lowest common denominator; nor are they content selling the same old stories of backstabbing friends and broken relationships. This band is unafraid to tackle larger issues that many are hesitant to take a stand on, delivering an infectiously anthemic, but pointed social commentary over rhythms that are classically hardcore. Clear yellow vinyl. 2nd hand
7-Inch, 3.00€


Demo 7-Inch Secret Jams

Election Day is a 5-piece band comprised of current and former members of various New York bands such as Earthquake, Forfeit and Gak Attack who play intense and introspective hardcore that has been likened to Modern Life Is War, Propaghandi and Rites Of Spring. 2nd hand
7-Inch, 3.00€


s/t 7" Victory

Originally released by Axtion Packed Records in 1990, this 7" was the only vinyl output from Chicago, IL hardcore's Even Score, who were fronted by Tony Brummel of Victory Records fame. This version was reissued as part of Victory Records' "Swingin' Singles" series. Hand-numbered out of 500 copies on colored vinyl.
7", 6.50€


s/t 7-Inch Fields Of Hope

Four tracks of passionate modern hardcore that packs a punch. These guys are from switzerland but they can definitely hold their own and you'd do well to check them out on their tour with THE EFFORT. Chances are that you'll find a new band to look out for. Highly recommended. Clear vinyl. 2nd hand
7-Inch, 2.50€


Get My Mind Right b/w Stay In The Room 7" Run For Cover

"Get My Mind Right b/w Stay In The Room" is a new two-song single from Boston, MA's Fiddlehead. The title track explodes with vocalist Patrick Flynn's screamed plea, "Help me," leading off the song's themes of helplessness and broken promises with the call and response chorus of "You said you'd help me get my mind right." B-side track "Stay In the Room" features a song-long, dreary guitar lead and pummeling drum beat that channels bands like Rites Of Spring and Embrace. On colored vinyl.
7", 9.50€


Thin Ice 7-Inch Glory Kid

finish him have built a local fanbase playing countless house shows and small clubs in their native Southern California, displaying a raging, pissed off style of hardcore punk that can be compared to bands like Shark Attack and Outbreak, all captured on their debut EP. Clear blue vinyl. 2nd hand
7-Inch, 3.00€


When The Lights Go Out 7-Inch Youngblood

I've been waiting for this to come out ever since I got their demo a few months back (which is supposed to get a vinyl reissue soon). Six tracks of classic midtempo straight edge hardcore with modern breaks and grooves. Positive and passionate, this is a perfect addition to the Youngblood family and yet another band to watch out for. Sweet. 1st press blue vinyl. 2nd hand
7-Inch, 6.00€


Let It Go 7-Inch Slab-O-Wax

After nearly a decade in the Texas punk scene, the Flatliners have called it quits. But not before hitting the studio one last time to bring you three brand new tracks in their distinctive style of blurring the line between hardcore and street punk. "Let It Go" is not an EP for the faint-of-heart. Blaring high-speed guitar, pounding drums, and vocals so coarse it's like a sandblaster to your ears. With a tightness other bands can only dream of, the Flatliners go out with a BANG, not a whimper. Puirple splatter vinyl/500 2nd hand
7-Inch, 4.00€


All You Have 7-Inch Sike

This Northern Virginia band have released their debut six song ep full of raw and intense hardcore. 6 songs with heavy breakdowns and attitude to spare. Covering 'traditional' hardcore topics (friends dropping out, scene kings, band experiences), the strangest thing is the weird cover that shows a cow (!) in a 'full nelson' headlock...
7-Inch, 2.00€


Our Times 7-Inch Mankind

generations began in the fall of 2005 with the hopes of blending various elements of hardcore from the past to the present. With a lineup that ranges in age from 17-30, their influences proved to be numerous, from youth-crew to contemporary hardcore to post-hardcore rock'n'roll. Not wanting to fall into one particular mold, the band set out to create their own. >From the very first practice, a progressive sound emerged that combined the fast-pace of youth-crew hardcore with the hard-hitting rhythms of rock. With the addition of Jim's intensely passionate and personal lyrics, the band knew they had something special brewing. After a few months of practices, generations played their first two shows in CT and NY in early December 2005. It is safe to say that the unsuspecting crowds were awe-struck by the band as they spent more time in the air than on the stage, showcasing a frenzied and impassioned live performance that easily recalls the memory of bands such as Chain Of Strength and Youth Of Today. With a growing group of enthusiastic fans, it is safe to say that generations is here to stay. 2nd hand
7-Inch, 3.00€


Symptoms Of Failure 7-Inch Organized Crime

Buffalo's own get back up release a blistering yet catchy debut that is sure to get you pumped. Molded by the frigid Buffalo, NY winters, get back up bring four tracks of fast, angry modern hardcore to this EP, bringing to mind bands like ANOTHER BREATH and HOW WE ARE. Very nice indeed. Colored vinyl in stock. Clear blue vinyl. 2nd hand
7-Inch, 3.00€


Bastards United 7-Inch Level Plane

get rad unleashes a brand new EP containing five raging tracks that pick up right where their debut LP left off. Absolutely kick-ass hardcore with a positive message and energy that doesn't take itself too seriously. Featuring good dudes from former bands like Kung Fu Rick, Since By Man and Seven Days Of Samsara. 2nd hand
7-Inch, 3.00€


Those Who Do Wrong... 7" Defiant Hearts

THE GUILT SHOW is a new band out of Italy and feature former members of THE SECRET, IVORY CAGE etc.. They're playing their old-school hardcore in a modern way - fast, furious and loud. 4 songs of friendship, hope, and searching for destiny in a world that pushes back at every step. They're sick and tired of trendy haircuts, sick of fashionable tattoos, sick of bullshit lyrics- and the list goes on. The only thing they're care about is playing hardcore as it should be played. Artwork is done by Derek Hess. Limited edition of 500 copies on white colored vinyl! 2nd hand
7", 2.50€


split 7" High Fidelity

These two bands are young but play like hardcore vetrens. Lead By Example play a Posi hardcore style with the same feel as Tear it Up, Cut the Shit and American Nightmare. Gung Ho have the Youth Crew revival, bull by the horns with an 80's D.C. brand of fast, possitive and pissed hardcore. On GREEN SPLATTER VINYL!!! 2nd hand
7", 3.00€


Dead Legends 7" Second Rock

After spending most of 2006 playing countless shows with the likes of Shipwreck, Guns Up!, Blacklisted, and Righteous Jams and releasing a greatly praised demo which they printed over a 1000 of, Harder The Fight start the new year off with their debut 7"EP "Dead Legends." This EP is full of raw and honest hardcore comparing to the likes of Have Heart and Killing The Dream. Harder The Fight ended 2006 on tour with Have Heart, Down To Nothing, and Bracewar and intend to start 2007 just as big. New from Second Rock Records.
USED item on gray splatter vinyl.
7", 2.50€


split 7" Triple B

This split teams up two of the younger bands in today's hardcore scene. Make Or Break represent Florida and previous to this split released an EP of old-school moshy fun on Get Outta Town. Haunted Life are from Chicago and are a five-piece playing more epic hardcore like Bane or Modern Life Is War. Now available on colored vinyl! 2nd hand
7", 3.00€


s/t 7" Heart In Hand

Hailing from Rochester, NY and containing former members of Buried Alive, Polar Bear Club and Roses Are Red, Heavy Hearted bring a fast, yet tough approach to their sound, following up speed with pounding mosh parts, bringing to mind the earlier Terror recordings, Blacklisted and Have Heart. What you get is four tracks of blistering hardcore with the occasional melodic moment. Fans of This is Hell and Killing the Dream should investigate this band. Clear yellow vinyl, 2nd hand
7", 3.00€


s/t 7" Off The Books

This is hardcore punk stripped down to its bare bones- brief yet memorable songs with smart, simple structure and bleak lyrics. Burly bass sound on this, too- very fitting to the lumbering breaks in certain songs. And I am not exaggerating regarding the lyrics. Judging by what's on the sheet here, their singer shouldn't be allowed to have shoelaces, let alone be mingling with the public. No cheesy Outbreak fakery, bullshit poetry or heartbreak- this is raw, twisted hatred. I guess living in a college town like New Brunswick will do that for you. If you missed out on Tear It Up and Shark Attack, here's your chance to see a bastard son mix of those sounds in action. First pressing 500 on clear vinyl. 2nd hand
7", 2.00€