BRACEWAR

Colossal 7" Triple B

Richmond, VA, juggernauts Bracewar return with their first recorded material in 10 years. Three songs of gut-punching, in-your-face hardcore. If you've been waiting for new material, this record surely does not disappoint. 7" includes digital download. On colored vinyl.
7", 8.00€

BRAIN F

So Dim b/w Symptom Set 7-Inch Grave Mistake

North Carolina's Brain F bring you their second single, "So Dim" b/w "Symptom Set," a double A-sided banger with all the overdriven/overloaded guitar fury of Teengenerate or Zero Boys and the angry female-fronted charm you love from so many Dangerhouse and early L.A. singles. Massive rhythm section a la Avengers and Nervous Eaters, hook-filled and danceable, the hardest of core. 7" includes digital download.
7-Inch, 5.00€

BRAIN F?

Sleep Rough LP Grave Mistake

The first two singles from North Carolina's Brain F? left a lot of people scratching their heads: Is it garage? Is it hardcore? (It's definitely punk.) How did they write such catchy riffs? How do you pronounce F?? Everything has been amped up for this release... the hard stuff is harder, the catchy stuff is catchier and the weird stuff is weirder. There's no need for band comparisons, but if you're into that sort of thing then imagine the Saints' minds in Teengenerate and the Avengers' bodies sent to a dystopian future. LP includes digital download.
LP, 10.00€

BRAIN HANDLE

s/t LP No Way

You know em- You love em. Pittsburgh, PA's BRAIN HANDLE unleash 10 songs of their signature hardcore punk on this crappy little world. If you dug their self released 1st ep and Fashionable idiots 2nd ep, you'll not be dissapointed by picking up this vicious piece of wax. The 1st version of this came out as a tour only-lp in an edition of 300 and sold out before they even finished the tour. Now we've got the full layout, ready for mass consumption. Love it or leave it.
LP, 10.00€

BRAIN KILLER

demo 7-Inch Deranged

Brain Killer's first recording is captured on this EP, showing the early stages of this Massachusetts hardcore band finding their sound, which picks up elements of Japanese hardcore like Bastard and Disclose and mixes it with bands like Deathreat and No Parade.
7-Inch, 5.00€

BRAIN SLUG

Creep//Annihilate Me 7" Failure

This is a manic blast of ancient, NYHC wisdom (Straight Ahead, Krakdown) spiked with a hefty dose of noisey punk (Discharge, etc.). Originally released on cassette by Bleeding Edges and Self Acceptance, all of which are sold out, this thing is finally getting the vinyl treatment. Limited edition of 325 copies.
7", 6.00€

BRAIN TOURNIQUET

s/t 7" Painkiller

Ten songs of full-tilt, blast-driven, start-and-stop hardcore that serves as a tribute to the glory days of West Coast legends like No Comment, Capitalist Casualties, and Crossed Out. No watered down, "main stage" phoniness, just blunt-force trauma to the skull.
On colored vinyl.

7", 8.50€

BRAIN TUMORS

Fuck You Forever 7" Deranged

From the coldest reaches of Minnesota, Brain Tumors do their best to break the monotony of life in the Great Lakes with these eight tracks of fast, manic hardcore punk with nods to bands like Street Trash and Stark Raving Mad.
7", 5.50€

BRAIN TUMORS

s/t 7-Inch Fashionable Idiots

Minneapolis, MN's Brain Tumors debut with a 7" featuring six cuts of repulsive Touch And Go hardcore punk. Bright and jangled guitars onset the menacing headache while deranged vocals and roaring low-ends leave most squirming with one foot in the grave. Enough stench, hair and pus for the whole family brought to you by these four mutants. Four-color screened covers round out this incredible package. For fans of early-'00s Western Mass hardcore like Last In Line and A-Team.
7-Inch, 5.00€

BRAINDEAD

s/t 7-Inch Braindrain

Braindead are a fresh new face in the Philly hardcore scene, playing fast, late-'80s influenced hardcore with a modern touch, with plenty of speed and mosh parts, taking cues from bands like Count Me Out and Outbreak. Of course, this rocks. Colored vinyl in stock!
7-Inch, 4.50€

BRAINDEAD

No Consequences LP Burn Bridges

Fresh off a split with Blackbirds, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania's Braindead present their debut full length. 'No Consequences' is a natural progression of Braindead's unique style of blending melody and hooks along with fast paced, aggressive hardcore riffs. Ten tracks of blistering hardcore for fans of American Nightmare, Turning Point and Modern Life Is War.
LP, 10.00€

BRANCH DAVIDIAN/ GRG

split 7-Inch Defiant Hearts

A split EP from US trashcore bands GRG (OKC/Oklahoma) and Branch Davidian (Austin/ Texas). The label calls this the "massacre record"...remember? 1993 Waco (Branch Davidian sect) and 1995 Oklahoma (Timothy McVeigh) ...nuts! The music of both bands is a massacre, too!!! Trash to the bone...
7-Inch, 3.00€

BRAT PACK

Hate The Neighbors LP Crucial Attack

Hailing from the eastern part of The Netherlands comes a band that you would expect from the western and sunny side of California. With ex- and current members of Beans, Antillectual, My Reply and Citizens Patrol they have a wide variety of musicians in the band and that's something you distinctly hear in their sound. Influences vary from the melodic sounds of Nofx ( take note off the melodic guitar intros), Bad Religion, No Use For A Name but with a harder edge than any of these bands using influences of hardcore bands such as RKL, Stalag 13, 7 seconds en old New York and DC hardcore bands like Minor Threat and Urban Waste. Brat Pack delivers 13 songs of full excitement and loads of melodies which will have you dancing in no time and also set a standard for the next generation of punkrock bands to come.
LP, 10.00€

BREAG NAOFA

s/t LP Panic

The debut self-titled LP from Seattle, WA's Breag Naofa (featuring members of Trial and Love Is Red) brings on a sound that is of the slow, crushing, heavy and repetitive nature, while adding layers of ambience to almost give you the feeling of being lost in the music. Breag Naofa will surprise you with heavy, crushing riffs that start out like a slow locomotive, building to full force, driving, D-beat style rhythms, creating enough anxiety to then calmly bring you back down into yet another ambient wave of music that continues to hit hard while at the same time hypnotize. Following in the footsteps of other primogenitor artists such as Cult Of Luna, Isis and Russian Circles, Breag Naofa want to further extend the boundaries where their music can take them and evolve with the music and the message. LP includes digital download. On colored vinyl.
LP, 13.00€

BREAK AWAY

Flexizine 7" flexi Undertone

Our release with RVA's very own Break Away is the first in the Undertone FlexiZine series. Paired with the flexi is an 8-page full-color zine that features photos, interviews with the band, as well as write-ups about the featured songs and writing process. Limited to 250.
7" flexi, 6.50€

BREAK AWAY

Face Aggression LP React!

Break Away is a straight-edge hardcore band founded in Richmond, VA in 2010. Honing their style over time, Break Away brings a modern interpretation to the sound of traditional hardcore, coupled with intensity and an unrelenting stance on what they believe in, taking cues from bands like Judge, Floorpunch, Down To Nothing and Right Brigade.
Colored vinyl while stocks last.
LP, 15.00€

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 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€

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