Promise Everything LP Run For Cover

Since abruptly announcing an indefinite hiatus only weeks after the release of 2012’s breakthrough LP Colourmeinkindness, Basement’s intensely devoted following has only grown. Promise Everything is the band’s full-length return to writing and recording since the break. Challenged by the spacing out of members not only across the country - but across the globe - Promise Everything was written by piecing together songs without the luxury of a space or even a time zone to share. Perhaps this is why upon listening, Promise Everything feels like a conversation between different people, revealing different moods and feelings throughout. This conversation shifts and evolves, filtering subtle, tasteful alternative rock touchstones through the band’s unmatched melodic lens. More clearly aggressive songs like “Brother’s Keeper” and title track “Promise Everything” situate Basement at the forefront of the rock world, pairing that aggression with an inherent sense of melody. On the standout track “Aquasun,” lyrical flow and melody overtake the listener while overt meaning gives way to musicality and its nuance. Despite years spent apart, it would seem Basement’s musical conversation has been one that has lingered even when after it was interrupted too soon by their premature & luckily temporary break, - and as their first true cohesive document, Promise Everything is only the beginning of what Basement has to say. On colored vinyl
LP, 20.00€


For The Rejected By The Rejected LP Revelation

Battery was a staple of the Washington, DC hardcore scene during the '90s, formed by a who's who of that scene, including members of Damnation A.D., Better Than A Thousand, Shelter, Ashes and Worlds Collide. From 1991-1998 the band released numerous EPs and LPs that have mostly been in high demand for reissues leading up to Revelation Records reissuing "Whatever It Takes" in 2014. Includes a 48-page, 12" x 12" book with lyrics, oral history of the band and piles of photos and other artwork from throughout the band's history. LP includes digital download of this record. On colored vinyl.
LP, 20.00€


Villains Reversed 7-Inch Mega Blade

NY hardcore pre-1987, before the youth crew came to town and washed all the fun away. Think The Comes, Anti-Scrunti Faction, Sin 34 or any other awesome female-fronted hardcore band from the mid 80's. Currently playing 11 minute sets! This is a 2-song, one-sided, etched ep pressed in an edition of 500. This is the latest Megablade release that will sell out immediately.
7-Inch, 4.00€


Total Massacre 7" Indecision

Bayonet plays fast, pissed-off hardcore which has been likened to bands such as Scholastic Deth, Find Him And Kill Him, Infest, Negative Approach, and Straight Ahead, while also having parts in common with early-2000s hardcore. Their sound probably lies somewhere in the middle of all these comparisons. Former members of Meth Breath. 7" includes digital download On colored vinyl.
7", 8.00€


s/t 7-Inch Deranged

Keeping with the tradition of a solid punk and hardcore scene in Toronto, The Bayonettes present their second single and first for Deranged Records. These two girls and two guys love early '80s punk and do their best to replicate the sounds of the early LA bands, with sharp female vocals and catchy hooks.
7-Inch, 4.50€


Cult LP Hopeless

Marking their first release on Hopeless Records and their sixth full-length, the guys are poised to continue with their cult following. Led by singer Anthony Raneri's trademark vocals, powerful lyrics and tight musicianship, the band display their lasting power. Now available on vinyl.
LP, 16.00€


Shudder LP Victory

Bayside continue to hone their huge pop sound on "Shudder," that is the culmination of their relentless touring and dedication to their craft. Their rich touring history includes stints alongside the likes of Paramore, Alkaline Trio, Fall Out Boy, My Chemical Romance, Hawthorne Heights and more, with the band now realizing their potential to be national headliners. Now available again on vinyl. Vinyl version includes a free MP3 download.
LP, 16.00€


Omega Sessions 12" Victory

This is the first ever studio sessions from one of the most influential bands of our time. Bad Brains have set the standards others try to follow. "Omega Sessions" is I-tal for any true punk rock collection. Now available again as a colored vinyl 12"ep with an etched B-side. 12"ep includes a free MP3 download.
12", 16.50€


Object To Persona 12" Triple B

The debut 12"ep from South Florida's Be All End All. Artwork by Kyle Niland. Featuring members of Ecostrike, Result Of Choice, and Field Agent, Be All End All blasts through nine tracks that take a lot of cues from early-2000s bands like Count Me Out and Striking Distance, but apply a lot more blast beats and a slick, modern recording. 12"ep includes a silkscreened B-side and is limited to 500 copies.
On colored vinyl.
12", 20.50€


Wasted Time 7" Bridge Nine

Bridge Nine is excited to welcome a new edition to its roster: New Jersey's Beach Rats. Beach Rats is a brand new band featuring an all-star cast of scene veterans including Brian Baker (Minor Threat, Dag Nasty, Bad Religion), Ari Katz (Lifetime), plus members from The Bouncing Souls, and more. Their debut EP, "Wasted Time," features five songs of fast, melodic hardcore punk that will leave the listener begging for more. 7" includes digital download. On colored vinyl.
7", 7.00€


Fiction 7" Blasphemour

The Bearer is a hardcore band based out of Austin, TX, and is made up of seasoned musicians who play for the love of the music. They bring passion from their previous/other projects Spitfire (Solid State), The Takeover (Stillborn Records), Vetter Kids (Texas Is Funny), UGLYTWIN, DSGNS (Pluto Records), Hundred Year Storm (Floodgate Records) and Love Begotten. Drawing also from their influences of metal, metalcore and Hardcore, The Bearer puts on shows full of energy and zeal. For fans of Cursed, Botch, Norma Jean and Old Wounds. 7" includes digital download. On colored vinyl.
7", 8.50€


Use Your Deluge 7" Magic Bullet

"Use Your Deluge" was originally issued as a four-song 7" in 2012 on Svart Records in Finland. Early discoverers of the EP were treated to the apocalyptic, post-punk brilliance that the rest of the world would come to clamor for a year later with "Climax," the band's breakthrough full-length debut. The expanded fervor for "Climax" sent music fans worldwide in search of the entire Beastmilk catalog, which depleted Svart's stock of the "Use Your Deluge" and "White Stains" 7"s overnight. Rabid demand drove eBay activity through the roof and the band enlisted Svart and Magic Bullet to re-press the EPs in efforts to meet the sudden and increasing demand. Beastmilk is heavily championed by Darkthrone's Fenriz, Pitchfork, Stereogum and members of A.F.I. and Converge.
7", 7.50€


Lumens LP Inkblot

Building upon the raw emotion, nervous melodies and epic crescendos of their previous releases, "Lumens" demonstrates a maturity in songwriting that finds Beau Navire crafting a perfect storm of chaos, the influence of bands like Funeral Diner, Neil Perry, The Pine, etc., can still be heard but they have built off of that sound to create a unique and emotional record that is saturated with originality. On colored vinyl.
LP, 13.00€


Jaded Love LP 6131

At first blush, it might seem easy to dismiss The Beautiful Ones as yet another in a long line of current hardcore bands aping late '80s NYHC conventions. Upon further investigation, a deeper and more genuine aesthetic becomes apparent, as evidenced on their new full-length, "Jaded Love." The Beautiful Ones is not the sort of band that sets out to turn things on their head but, with "Jaded Love," they may be naturally stepping in that direction, and the results are striking. LP includes download code. On colored vinyl.
LP, 17.00€


s/t LP Doctor Strange

Beaver was Tom Lyle of Government Issue's first recorded band. This LP contains their KBD 7" plus unreleased demos and was remastered by Tom for top quality. For fans of early '80s hardcore like SOA, Void, Teen Idles and Government Issue. LP includes digital download and is limited to 500 copies.
LP, 11.50€


Cold Hands 7" Lifeisafunnything

Beaver from Krakow/Poland delivers you deep emotional Hardcore with a rawer Screamo-Edge at times. All in all "Cold Hands" has a very timeless feel: modern melodic Hardcore at one Hand, this Record also breathes the dirt from mid 90s Screamobands Ebullition or Gravity Records were famous for.
7", 5.00€


Abwärts LP Take It Back/ Cobra

BEGGARS & GENTRY hails from Winterthur/Switzerland and plays hardcore-punk that reminds of bands such as THE HOPE CONSPIRACY and SUICIDE FILE, all mixed with the snottiness of TURBONEGRO, FUCKED UP, URBAN BLIGHT and GOVERMENT WARNING. The band features members and/or ex-members of ANIMAL INSTINCT, LIFERIDE, DRY CONDITIONS, WITHIN WALLS and FALL APART. "Abwärts" is a truly awesome debut album that puts this new band all over the fucking map.
LP, 10.00€


00/85 12" The Move Sounds

<b></b>1985 was a transitional period for the Washington DC music scene. Founding members of the hardcore movement pulled away from its original trajectory in search of a new musical direction. Rites Of Spring, Embrace, and Gray Matter are all well known and well documented examples of this time and shift that came to be known as Revolution Summer. But theirs were not the only voices. In the early months of '85, 17-year-old guitarist Lawrence McDonald set out to form a new band. His ex-bandmates from his previous hardcore band Capital Punishment were doing the same - Mike Fellows with Rites Of Spring and Colin Sears with Dag Nasty. Lawrence found vocalist Alec MacKaye (Faith), drummer Pete Wilborne (The 400) and bassist Bleu Kopperl, and Bells Of was born. Inspired by the budding movement of the time, the band moved quickly. By summer they began their first recording at Inner Ear Studio with Don Zeintara, and on August 11, 1985, Bells Of played their first show, opening for Rites of Spring and Embrace. Unfortunately, Alec departed soon after, leaving the recording without vocals and the band without a vocalist. Not wanting to lose momentum and having written all the lyrics anyway, Lawrence returned to Inner Ear to sing his songs for the first time. He pulled fellow skater Jason Farrell into the band as second guitar to help in a live setting while Lawrence transitioned to lead vocals and guitar. On October 25, 1985, Bells of played their second show, again with Rites of Spring and Embrace. It was Lawrence's 18th birthday, and the real birthday for Bells Of - a musical entity that has continued uninterrupted to this day. For reasons that are not entirely clear, this first Bells of recording was never released. After mixing the songs, Don Zientara set the tape box on a shelf at Inner Ear where it was forgotten as Lawrence set about writing more. By the following spring, Lawrence had shed all the songs, shed the members, and started over anew - a cycle he would repeat multiple times over the years. A few of the songs made their way across the country on cassette dubs passed between DC purists and pockets of fans with little or no backstory to the songs' origin. Rich Jacobs was one of those fans. He enlisted the help of Jason Farrell to track down Lawrence and the lost collection of songs to give them the release they both felt it deserved. The tape box was still sitting on Don's shelf 30 years later. 12"ep includes digital download and is limited to 500 copies.
12", 21.00€


Class Struggle 7-Inch Think Tank

NJ's beneath The Street are made up of five fresh new faces, but they deliver a powerful punch. 'Class Struggle' is their debut release and is five songs of emotional, sometimes political, always volatile hardcore that blurs genre boundary lines, at times sounding like Modern Life Is War, at times like Blacklisted and at times bearing the mid-tempo pace and melodies of bands like End Of A Year. 2nd hand
7-Inch, 1.00€


Class Struggle 7-Inch Think Tank

NJ's Beneath The Street are made up of five fresh new faces, but they deliver a powerful punch. 'Class Struggle' is their debut release and is five songs of emotional, sometimes political, always volatile hardcore that blurs genre boundary lines, at times sounding like Modern Life Is War, at times like Blacklisted and at times bearing the mid-tempo pace and melodies of bands like End Of A Year.
7-Inch, 2.00€