Cherry Beach 7-Inch Dirtnap

A long time in the making, this 7" is the proper release of a UK/Northern Ireland tour-only single released by the band in 2008. Re-recorded versions of two of the three songs on the tour 7" appear here (sadly, the Cuby And The Blizzards cover has been lost to the sands of time), along with two brand new scorchers heard for the first time. The cover art is brand new as well, featuring kick-ass, cartoon-inspired graphics from Dave Neeson, as well as an 11" x 17", double-sided poster/insert. 7" includes digital download.
7-Inch, 5.00€


Machine Response LP Deranged

Writhing, sneering, tight cornered "Machine Response" the only acceptable follow up to the blistering and landmark "Attempted Suicide." Nearly ten years of beating around the bush, casually playing around the world and drip releasing music along the way, Career Suicide is backed by their best lineup ever, ready to break back through themselves with this new full length. Machine Response veers in and out of pure speed, bursts of melody, and chunky tempo shifts, indenting the long standing influence of early 80s USHC, late 70s punk, and a peppering of 60s swagger, with their own clearly developed style. Dallas Good (Sadies, Andre Williams, John Doe, Half Japanese, Elevator and a million more) presents a magnificently essential 2nd guitar and lead presence; a screaming contribution by great friend and long time supporter of the band, Souichi Hisatake, (Forward, GISM, Insane Youth, Gudon etc) to crack your brain up; artwork in collaboration with Ryan Tong of S.H.I.T. and Toronto's life-giving Faith/Void; and a thundering recording, once again helmed by the decorated and limitless in his pursuit of smooth hearing loss, Jon Drew, provide the most damaging clarity Career Suicide have been able to capture to date. Includes album download code.
LP, 17.00€


Get Over It LP Doppelganger

Carpenter Ant is a skatecore band from PA. Drawing influences of various bands from the 90's hardcore scene with some thrash mixed in, stir it all up and you have the Ants. Eleven songs of skate/ hardcore. Members of RAMBO and PISSED JEANS are involved here and you just know that this is something they have a lot of fun doing. Skate.destroy.vomit. Never stop skating! Limited colored vinyl in stock.
LP, 10.00€


I Still Have The Drive LP Doppelganger

For the past four years Carpenter Ant has been blasting the thrashy skate rock hits. Carpenter Ant is not skate rock, instead it is 'skate core' - thrashcore about skating. They combine a more 90's style hardcore sound with the occasional bit of thrash. Influenced by bands as diverse as Ink & Dagger, I Hate You, Crud Is A Cult and the Ultimate Warriors. Twelve songs fueled by their unabated passion for skating and hardcore. Colored vinyl in stock. Skate or die!
LP, 9.50€


split 7-Inch Torn Tendons

Both bands are from the Lehigh Valley PA. Carpenter Ant play old school, metallic hardcore complete in style and recording just like this was a late 80s record that everyone would have mail ordered back in the day. A desperate feel comes through in their music, just like punk is supposed to include. The Headaches are a rudimentary (sloppy and simple, yet enjoyable in a DIY sort of way) hardcore band. They have an 80s East Coast US punk/HC influence.
7-Inch, 3.00€


7-Inch Coffin Fund

Limited to just 500 copies, Carpenter And and Race To Die skate & destroy with enough bad attitude to make any mofo cringe. Fast trash/ skatecore that makes you want to go out and skate. Race To Die are definitely to watch out for. Including a cover version of the classic 'Posessed To Skate
7-Inch, 0.00€


7-Inch Element

Split release between these two Philadelphia based, over-the-top skatecore groups. Tornado Of Knives feature ex-members of Atari and play fast, aggressive punk that's the perfect soundtrack to both circle pits and pool sessions. Allentown, PA's Carpenter Ant tear it up in a similar fashion, and have been known to sport pads on stage and destroy all offending skate decks in the vicinity.
7-Inch, 4.00€


Blind To What Is Right LP Deathwish

After two years of anticipation we are proud to announce "Blind To What Is Right," the new album from The Carrier. With this recording we witness The Carrier venturing into new uncharted artistic territory for the band, delving deeper and becoming more introspective than ever before. Without question, "Blind To What Is Right" is The Carrier taking a welcomed step forward as the future kings of the hardcore genre. LP includes digital download. On colored vinyl.
LP, 12.00€


7-Inch Prime Directive

Four new tunes from Orange County's The Mistake and three from Carry The Casket. Both bands are pissed and stray from the mold with their angry rants against their government, god and all kinds of 'fucks'. Ready to raise hell and not afraid of making enemies. Fast hardcore and mosh parts for fans of LOS CRUDOS and LEFT FOR DEAD. Songs include 'Pretty Much Fuck You All', 'Fuck', 'God Fucked You', 'Fuck You And The Horse You Rode In On'- and no, I'm not talking about the Dwarves here. On crucial colored wax too.
7-Inch, 4.00€


split 7-Inch Goodwill

This is the third in Goodwill Records's series of split 7"s with record cover drawn by different international artists is here. And what a team it is! The 4 track 7"EP is split between SIGNS OF HOPE (Oldschool HC from Connecticut, with their debut 7" already on Goodwill records) and CARRY THE TORCH (screaming HC from California, with their debut on Detonate records). And the cover is drawn by the almighty BRIAN WALSBY!!! For those who may not be familiar with this name, let's just say that Brian's work marked the 80's HC scene in the US, being published in tons of fanzines, used on a plethora of HC shows flyers as well as on record covers (notably the first press of "Walk Together, Rock Together" by 7 Seconds, but also on record covers of the bands like Melvins, Cinder, etc.).
7-Inch, 4.00€


Cold All Over Again 7-Inch Panic

Casting Curses' new EP, "Cold All Over Again," is the culmination of years of progress made possible by years of friendship. Bringing various elements to the table, "Cold All Over Again" displays uniquely crafted songwriting that brings to mind '90s hardcore bands like Burn and 108. Recorded during a state of emergency this winter, it's not only the band's finest work to date, but it marks the addition of drummer Mikey Merante (formerly of Attitude and Outbreak) giving Casting Curses a whole new lease on life as a band.
7-Inch, 5.00€


Arsonists Prayer/ Live In The Land Of The Dead LP fanclub

CATHARSIS was an influential american hardcore band from North Carolina that was active from 1994 to 2002. They were associated with holy terror, a phenomenon commonly regarded as a form of apocalyptic metallic hardcore that was breeding during the mid '90s. CATHARSIS were also known for writing extremely lengthy songs (sometimes broken into multiple parts) with complex title names and unusual time signatures. This LP features both long time sold-out split LPs (with GEHENNA and NEWBORN), on a single LP. Comes with coverartwork of both splits and lyrics.
LP, 11.00€


split 7-Inch Mayfly

Cathedrals and Deadhead are two of L.A.'s best kept metal secrets, with Cathedrals featuring members of Horse The Band and Bleeding Kansas and Deadhead containing 3/5 of Touche Amore and bringng a punk/thrash feel to their sound. 7" includes digital download.
7-Inch, 5.00€


The Fight 7" React!

Pulling strong influence from the heavier side of youth crew and early New Age Records catalog, turn of the millennium bands like Carry On and Count Me Out, and proudly representing the edge and intensity of Massachusetts hardcore past and present, Caught In A Crowd is a force of nature that demands attention and respect. With the world still recovering from their first major tour and one of the most talked-about sets at This Is Hardcore 2013, Caught In A Crowd and React! Records are proud to present "The Fight." 7" includes digital download.
7", 6.00€


Still Holding On LP Powered

CIAC is the next generation of East Coast Straight Edge. Pulling strong influence from the youth crew but also representing the edge and intensity of Massachusetts Hardcore past and present, CAUGHT IN A CROWD is a force to be reckoned with! On Clear Dark Blue Vinyl!
LP, 13.00€


Crossfaced 7-Inch Gutshot

After releasing an extremely well received demo, caught up released this 7 inch EP on Gutshot Records. Heavy and in your face, this five piece takes influences from bands like the CRO-MAGS and MADBALL, reminiscent of contemporarys like GUNS up, HAVE HEART and MENTAL. Vocalist Mookie Thompson's aggressive and boisterous lyrics mix with crunchy guitars and unrelenting drums to create a familiar yet invigorating sound. Clear red vinyl. 2nd hand
7-Inch, 3.00€


Crossfaced 7-Inch Gutshot

After releasing an extremely well received demo, Caught Up released this 7 inch EP on Gutshot Records. Heavy and in your face, this five piece takes influences from bands like the CRO-MAGS and MADBALL, reminiscent of contemporarys like GUNS UP, HAVE HEART and MENTAL. Vocalist Mookie Thompson's aggressive and boisterous lyrics mix with crunchy guitars and unrelenting drums to create a familiar yet invigorating sound. Colored vinyl in stock.
7-Inch, 4.50€


s/t LP A38

This record is a monster. Hailing from California, Caulfield play really depressing sounding hardcore. Huge crusty parts with a dash of 90's Cleveland hardcore and a bunch of really sad/bleak instrumental breaks thrown in a blender and regurgitated onto this lp as loud as possible. Think His Hero Is Gone meets Integrity meets Neurosis. Can't get enough of this. Steve Freekcake agrees wholeheartedly. Comes as a limited edition of 500 screenprinted record covers/black vinyl split with the band for their North American tour. Comes with a digital download card!!!
LP, 13.00€


Can't Relate LP Havoc

Following up their debut single on Havoc and splits with Rambo and Intense Youth, Caustic Christ unleashes their first full length on the scene. They probably have one of the most unique 'sounds' in current hardcore because they mix the bass heavy drive of Swedish crust with the high octane rage of American hardcore. Lyrically, the straightforward agitprop of Aus Rotten has been replaced by a more bleak form of social commentary based on a desperate alienation. 11 originals and a well chosen Flipper cover.
LP, 10.00€


Lycanthropy LP Havoc

Second full length from Pittsburgh hardcore punk veterans. If you haven't heard Caustic Christ by now, here's what to expect-heavy punishing hardcore influenced by Corrosion of Conformity, mid 80's Poison Idea and Scandinavian crust. If you are already a fan, you won't be let down by this latest chapter of the Caustic Curse. Ten scalding new tracks of hardcore that will eat away your brain like an acid bath.
LP, 10.00€


Creative Eclipse LP Hydrahead

Looking through Cave In's career, between their two most towering achievements sits the "Creative Eclipses" EP, where you can see everything change. While members have forged divergent paths with Old Man Gloom, Mutoid Man, Clouds and Zozobra in the years since, "Creative Eclipses" was the first signal that a band already celebrated for their innovation could effortlessly push beyond anything they'd tried before. "Creative Eclipses" is much more than a bridge between the two worlds Cave In has inhabited; it's a captivating example of the sonic rewards that follow the band every time they've chosen to obliterate expectations. Now available again on colored vinyl with three additional tracks and re-mastered audio.
LP, 22.00€


Final Transmission LP Hydra Head

In February of 2018, the members of Cave In gathered at their rehearsal space in Boston to work on material for their next record. It had been nearly seven years since their previous album, White Silence, had been released. But they’d been writing and rehearsing methodically, off and on, to craft a worthy follow-up. In that time, guitarist/vocalist Steve Brodsky had started prog-metal power trio Mutoid Man, drummer J.R. Conners and guitarist Adam McGrath started psych-punk outfit Nomad Stones, and bassist Caleb Scofield was busy with simian rock supergroup Old Man Gloom and his own band, Zozobra. After jamming all weekend with Cave In, Caleb got in his truck and drove home to New Hampshire. It was the last time his bandmates would ever see him. 

On March 28th, 2018, Caleb was killed in an auto accident. There are no words to describe what a devastating blow this was to his wife and children, his friends, family and bandmates—not to mention his countless fans around the world. A light had gone out—a light with a monstrous bass tone and a feral roar. An occasionally stubborn light with a million-dollar smile who loved his family and music above all else. To describe his death as a tragedy would be a colossal understatement. Caleb didn’t live to see 40. 

Originally intended as demos, Final Transmission marks the first Cave In album in eight years and the band’s last with Caleb, who performs on all of the songs. Caleb’s voice—musical and physical—are everywhere on Final Transmission. The opening title track is a voice memo of a song idea he sent to his bandmates the last time they saw each other. “Hearing his voice fucks you up a little bit,” Adam says today. “We were surprised to get it from him, actually, but we thought it was great. And that was it. In a weird way, it’s the end of the story as far as our relationship together.” 

Caleb plays bass on six of the album’s remaining eight songs, and guitar on the other two. Even a cursory listen of Final Transmission will offer glimpses of past Cave In eras, from the scintillating space rock of their 2000 breakthrough opus Jupiter to the ripping metal melodies of White Silence. All told, it’s a direction that was largely spearheaded by Caleb. “When I look back at our email correspondence about the demos, Caleb had a really crystallized view of how to navigate the whole thing,” Steve reveals. “He was really digging the stuff that was spacey, heavy, a little bit weird, but with very pretty melodies and hooks. I think he was encouraging us to embrace what we’ve always been good at and what sets us apart from our contemporaries.” 

Half the proceeds from Final Transmission will be given to Caleb’s wife and children. “I feel really lucky to have this record,” Adam concludes. “I love it, but I don’t like listening to it. I’m sure I’ll listen to it eventually, but right now it’s difficult. Just hearing him play kills me. I’ll miss him forever.”

LP, 24.50€