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  • 01. Dub & Die
    02. Komm her sing mit
    03. Jeder Tag
    04. Soso
    05. Gegen den Strom
    06. Nichts im Sinn
    07. Leidenschaftlich
    08. Bevor sie dich töten
    09. Schwing
    10. Lust-Last-Liebe
    11. Schür die Glut
    12. Que Pas I
    13. Que Pas II
    14. Pas Attendre I
    15. Pas Attendre II
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    SPRUNG AUS DEN WOLKEN

    1981 - West-Berlin

    The Berlin project Sprung Aus Den Wolken was part of the "Geniale Dilletanten" movement in the early 1980s, along with Einstürzende Neubauten and Mechanik Destrüktiw Komandöh. The band first released an EP on ZickZack in 1981, followed by further releases on the band's own record label Faux Pas in 1982 and 1983, then on the French outlet Les Disques Du Soleil Et De L'Acier until 1991. The track Pas Attendre was part of the soundtrack of Wim Wender's movie Der Himmel Über Berlin and thus became an underground hit. Bureau B is thrilled to now re-release the debut EP under the title "1981 West Berlin" including additional songs from the band's early days, which have been carefully remastered from the original cassettes.
    Format
    LP
    Release date
    05.07.2024
    EAN
    EAN 4015698895032
     
  • 01. Daughter Of Flood feat. Rubee Fegan
    02. Slow Despair feat. Marker Starling
    03. What If feat. Nothhingspecial
    04. CPR feat. Rubee Fegan
    05. Mica feat. Ada
    06. Mahnung feat. Rubee Fegan
    07. Move With Intention feat. Portable
    08. A Naked Star feat. Rubee Fegan
    09. My Eyes WonÕt Close feat. Nothhingspecial
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    DUMBO TRACKS

    Move With Intention

    Dumbo Tracks returns with a second album Move With Intention - the anticipated follow up to 2022’s eponymous debut. Philipp Janzen and collaborators deliver a varied collection of nine zoned-out grooves direct from Dumbo Studio in Cologne, with vocal contributions from Portable, Ada, Marker Starling, Rubee Fegan and nothhingspecial. Looking back to his musical upbringing, Philipp Janzen switched up the recording process from the first record to incorporate more of a live band element. The result is a more eclectic sound which allowed more freedom to experiment, while keeping the collaborative spirit that is a vital Dumbo Tracks trademark. The genesis of the record began in Italy, where Philipp and co-producer Julian Stetter traveled to jam out ideas on modular synths over the course of a few days. These ideas served as the basis for more instrumental tracks back at Dumbo Studio, where Philipp invited friends to develop the tracks further within a live dynamic. For the final phase of the record, Philipp enlisted the artistry of five vocalists: spoken word frontwoman Rubee Fegan, Canadian singer songwriter Marker Starling, house romantic Portable, Bonn-based haunted pop artist nothhingspecial and Hamburg’s techno visionary Ada. Rubee Fegan contributes her anecdotal observations to four songs, not least on the opening track “Daughter Of Flood” with her poetic remark “sip on the wave of her.” It’s a vocal style that Philipp had been looking for for ages, and finally found after hearing Rubee’s band Smile. Long-time collaborator Christopher Cummings aka Marker Starling lends his lilting tenor to “Slow Despair”, an uplifting drum machine and organ workout. Track three “What If” shifts the goal posts, as an acid bassline rises over a swung groove that wouldn’t sound out of place in a Manchester warehouse, before we emerge into a clearing of heartbreak and expectation, courtesy of singer producer nothhingspecial. The title track sees Philipp and crew slow the tempo down to a molasses dreamscape, a beatdown groove that’s joined by Paris-residing artist Portable. Portable’s emotive voice is the perfect foil for the tracks’ invocation to mindfulness, aided by filtered hi-hats and widescreen sequencers. “Mica” takes the synths and drum machines out to the countryside, and finds producer and singer Ada supplying the most sensitive of vocals and flutes to a song that carries the kosmisch torch. Organs spill over rolling drums and dub reverb, underneath Rubee’s cosmic voiceover on “A Naked Star”, and the album concludes with “My Eyes Won’t Close” a chromatic modular descent into despair, vividly described by nothhingspecial. It all makes for a gloriously eclectic album, an anarchic pop record that follows its own rules. Move With Intention is both electronic yet alive, motorik and pastoral, filled with dancefloor grooves and a krautrock swagger. In this sense the intention is clear: to respectfully rip up the rule book and keep moving forward.
    Format
    LP
    Release date
    21.06.2024
    EAN
    EAN 4015698758030
     
  • 01 Die Rebellen haben sich in den Bergen versteckt
    02. Jupiter
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    CONRAD SCHNITZLER

    Blau (50th anniversary edition)

    On the red album, Conrad Schnitzler laid down the direction his musical artistry would take. The blue album (“Blau”) offered confirmation of his intent. Maybe the “Rot” and “Blau” tracks were recorded in the same session. Structure, sound and timbre of both LPs are so similar as to suggest that this was the case (an unverified assumption nevertheless!). Far more important than this historical pedantry is the fact that Schnitzler included two brand new compositions on “Blau” which followed on seamlessly from the previous album. Quite simply, he had found his way, a course from which he would not stray as long as he lived. The so-called Berlin School (Berliner Schule) – with Conrad Schnitzler one of their number – had developed its own style of minimalist music. Clearly distinct from Anglo-American pop music, and no less removed from the minimalist art music of Steve Reich or Philip Glass, the focus here was on electronics and elementary rhythmics. The Berlin musicians showed no great interest in instrumental or vocal virtuosity, nor were they in thrall to exuberant interleaving of rhythm. With the aid of synthesizers and studio technology, they were bent on breaking into territory hitherto considered the province of a privileged elite, clouded in mystery and secrecy, resonating with uncharted sounds and noise. “Blau” is an archetypal example of this very phenomenon. Courage, the pioneering spirit and artistic brilliance can be detected in each part of the album’s two infinite sequences. Inspired by Joseph Beuys, Schnitzler propagated those very tones beyond the musical realm, detached from tradition, the only tones capable of catalyzing the utterly stagnant pop music and new music scene of the day, injecting them with fresh impulses. Questions of harmony, melody and strict form were well and truly rejected by Schnitzler. His aural crystals shine like pearls on a string. Schnitzler uses his ropes of pearls to weave new, fantastic patterns which constantly shift like kaleidoscopes to reveal unexpected facets; they are signposts to spatial and temporal infinity. Schnitzler’s style was really too idiosyncratic ever to set a precedent, but he was, and still is, one of the most significant inspirations for pop music in more recent times. Already a figure of prominence, perhaps he will one day be elevated to the status of a legend.
    Format
    LP
    Release date
    14.06.2024
    EAN
    EAN 4015698599183
     
  • 01. Hollywood
    02. Caramel
    03. Rote Riki
    04. Rosa
    05. Caramba
    06. Fotschi Tong
    07. James
    08. Marzipan
    09. Rotor
    10. Heiße Lippen
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    CLUSTER

    Zuckerzeit (50th Anniversary Edition)

    Limited Anniversary Edition: 180g vinyl, hand numbered, 1000 copies available! In 1974, Cluster entered the sugar era. This doesn’t mean that they had finally arrived in their promised land, but they had simply moved from Berlin to the country, to a small place called Forst on the river Weser. Many a thing had changed for band members Moebius and Roedelius since Cluster II: They had moved from boisterous Berlin to this calm rural village, they had founded the band Harmonia, had set up their own studio and had bought new equipment. As a result of this and many other things, new impulses were noticeably spurring the evolution of their music. The album Zuckerzeit (“sugar era”) launched a revolution for Cluster. Strictly speaking, Zuckerzeit is not ­ really an album by Cluster. More pre­cisely, the LP contains two mini solo al­bums by Moebius and Roedelius. Those who were familiar with the stylistic pe­culiarities of the two musicians could easily relate the solo pieces to either one of them. As Roedelius and Moebius had not yet released any solo works by the time, it was actually not possible to draw up any comparisons yet. What could be clearly heard, though, was that there were two different musical atti­tudes to be found on one album. One thing they did have in common was the consistent use of the analogue rhythm machine. This was something new for Cluster inasmuch as on their last al­bum Cluster II, they had still focussed on completely different methods that were to give structure to the pieces. Zuckerzeit, on the contrary, is designed in a clearly rhythmical way: a rhythm machine, triggered synths and harmon­ ic patterns played by hand inspired life and imagination on the melody lines: This was different as well. Once again, Roedelius and Moebius took on work in such a remarkably light-hearted and down-to-earth manner as was typical of Cluster. Zuckerzeit is light and cheerful, freed from the Germanic gravity and the mystic incense fumes that were so fashionable at the time. Cluster man­ aged to keep both feet on the ground without becoming plain or even sterile. The friendliness of the music is clear­ ly due to the two personalities of Roe­delius and Moebius; its down-to-earth character possibly comes from Mi­chael Rother, the album’s co-producer. Michael Rother had already performed with Kraftwerk and had founded the band NEU! together with Klaus Dinger before moving to idyllic Forst himself in 1973. The same year, the band Harmo­nia (Roedelius, Moebius, Rother) was born. The music might also have been influenced by the lovely environment of the hilly countryside surrounding them. We are told that some of the visitors to Forst had believed themselves in Tol­kien’s Shire, although nobody had ever seen hobbits in the area. Maybe this im­pression was an all too romantic one. Yet, those who have experienced this peaceful atmosphere for themselves may at least be able to understand what we are talking about. By then, Cluster could finally call themselves lucky owners of their own recording equipment consisting of a multi-track recording machine, a mixer and peripherals. This gave them the possibility to develop and record their Zuckerzeit material without precipitat­ing things or having to depend on other people. So they did everything on their own except for the finishing which took place in the studio of Conny Plank, the sonic magician of their early days, something which vitally accounted for a successful outcome by the way. One has to admit that technical equipment at Forst was not quite up to the stan­dards even of that time. Moebius and Roedelius, however, knew how to make use of the devices they had in such a skilful way that it almost seemed ob­ solete to consider working in large and professional studios in the future. So, many years were yet to go by until Clus­ter set foot in a studio other than their own again, this time not only to do the finishing but also the recordings. When comparing Zuckerzeit to the works of other electronic combos pro­duced at the same time, it is first of all the shortness of the tracks that seems most striking (2’20” to 6’10”). Listeners who were expecting long and booming pieces were badly advised with this al­bum—what kind of trip is this that lasts for six minutes only? Those who loved listening closely and who were fond of sophisticated, varied and elaborate mu­sic could not be more satisfied though, because every single one of the ten pieces is far from being boring. The fact that Cluster worked in such a calm and collected way, that they concentrated on their musical ideas instead of ­ losing themselves in long-windedness, that they took their time working on the al­bum and not least that they could rely on the ideas of their co-producer Mi­chael Rother—all this taken together gave way to the creation of electronic miniatures that sounded as extraordinary in the 1970s as they still do to­day. Nothing reminds us of psychedelic music that was common at the time. Instead, we find transparency, a hint of utopia and above all new sounds and noises, something which was unheard-of in popular music until then. Even thir­ty years after its first release, Zucker­zeit might easily figure as a reverberat­ing chapter in the latest edition of the imaginary handbook “The Golden Rules of Electronic Music”.
    Format
    LP
    Release date
    14.06.2024
    EAN
    EAN 4015698762471
     
  • 01. Peace Decay
    02. Parasitic Jackal
    03. First Order
    04. Lights Out, Hell In
    05. Paralyzing Nightmare
    06. Hammer Strike
    07. Systematic Curse
    08. Security by Sacrifice
    09. Repetition
    10. Mind is Prison
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    PEACE DECAY

    s/t

    If you follow this label, you'll know that the love for Texas is evident. Serving as a follow up to the 2022 "DEATH IS ONLY..." 12" EP, the self-titled LP by these veterans of pummeling sonic racket features ten tracks of the hardcore punk madness that their first effort exhibited they were the stalwarts of. With this new release, PEACE DECAY have elevated their songwriting prowess and fierce delivery further than before. Mastered by Jack Control at Enormous Door, each record comes in a jacket with a full color insert, both of which are garnished with an absolutely stunning painting by vocalist Enok Cado.
    Format
    LP
    Release date
    10.06.2024
     
  • 01. Airport Smoking Lounge
    02. A Ninch Tale
    03. An Ode to Shoplifting
    04. Doomscroller
    05. Frail In The Mind
    06. Landlord Nation
    07. Glass Tomb
    08. Depresso Rant No.69 Intro
    09. Depresso Rant No.69
    10. First of Many
    11. Jobs For The Boys
    12. I Hate The Public
    13. Gangster's Dream
    14. Stale Bread
    15. Revelations of Divine Love
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    CUTTERS

    Psychic Injury

    It’s been said before - in my house, at least - but all the best punk music right now hails from the land Down Under. Stiff Richards, Split System, C.O.F.F.I.N., Polute… that’s before we even get into that ‘Smoko’ band and a whole heap of other mullet-wearing reprobates. To this stack of names, we must add another: Cutters. It’s a raucous squall they make, that’s for sure. Much like setting off rockets at a petrol station, they’re beautifully, terrifyingly explosive - ‘Psychic Injury’ is their second album, following 2021’s gleefully cacophonic ‘Modern Problems’. Much like their aforementioned fellow Aussies, you can trace some of their stomp back to the UK’s 70s pub rock scene, a good chunk of their chutzpah to Chris Bailey and Kim Salmon, and even more to the fact that hardcore feels once more like a re-energised scene filled with purpose and drive (...and other words that rock hacks use to make it clear that certain noises are Really Fucking Important Right Now). They’re among the finest exponents of this stuff and it’s a joy to hear it. With titles like ‘Landlord Nation’ and ‘An Ode To Shoplifting’, it doesn’t take a genius to identify their targets; with lyrics like ‘I’m the first of many suckers’ you can tell they’re not above self-deprecation, even as they rage gloriously about a system that’s rigged against us. The album drips - like an icicle in the Sahara - with righteous rage, and even when that anger feels knowingly futile (“I hate the public / Get away from me”), it’s delivered with such wide-eyed venom that it still feels potent as fuck. Whether operating a top velocity or through brutal rifferama, ‘Psychic Injury’ delivers in spades. Apply it to your ears forthwith.
    Format
    LP
    Release date
    10.06.2024
     
  • 01. The Last Rites
    02. Public Hanging
    03. Nuclear Age
    04. Combat Shock
    05. When Men Were Men…
    06. Anti-Social
    07. Suburban Suicide
    08. Stray Bullets
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    BLOODSTAINS

    s/t

    It’s been said before - in my house, at least - but all the best punk music right now hails from the land Down Under. Stiff Richards, Split System, C.O.F.F.I.N., Polute… that’s before we even get into that ‘Smoko’ band and a whole heap of other mullet-wearing reprobates. To this stack of names, we must add another: Cutters. It’s a raucous squall they make, that’s for sure. Much like setting off rockets at a petrol station, they’re beautifully, terrifyingly explosive - ‘Psychic Injury’ is their second album, following 2021’s gleefully cacophonic ‘Modern Problems’. Much like their aforementioned fellow Aussies, you can trace some of their stomp back to the UK’s 70s pub rock scene, a good chunk of their chutzpah to Chris Bailey and Kim Salmon, and even more to the fact that hardcore feels once more like a re-energised scene filled with purpose and drive (...and other words that rock hacks use to make it clear that certain noises are Really Fucking Important Right Now). They’re among the finest exponents of this stuff and it’s a joy to hear it. With titles like ‘Landlord Nation’ and ‘An Ode To Shoplifting’, it doesn’t take a genius to identify their targets; with lyrics like ‘I’m the first of many suckers’ you can tell they’re not above self-deprecation, even as they rage gloriously about a system that’s rigged against us. The album drips - like an icicle in the Sahara - with righteous rage, and even when that anger feels knowingly futile (“I hate the public / Get away from me”), it’s delivered with such wide-eyed venom that it still feels potent as fuck. Whether operating a top velocity or through brutal rifferama, ‘Psychic Injury’ delivers in spades. Apply it to your ears forthwith.
    Format
    LP
    Release date
    10.06.2024
     
  • cover

    TOTL XS CTRL feat. RUMMELSNUFF

    Baptist

    TOTL XS CTRL ist das Nachfolge-Projekt der ehemaligen THINK-ABOUT-MUTATION-Besetzung. ...und bei 2 Songs mit dem Käpt’n am Gesang. Brachial, heavy, episch. 4 großartige Lieder. Die 10" hat fast LP Länge. Irgendwo angesiedelt zwischen Industrial und Metal. Limitiert auf 300 Stück.
    Format
    10''
    Release date
    10.06.2024
     
  • 01. The End
    02. It Ain't You
    03. Demolition
    04. Run On
    05. Ringing in my Head
    06. Hit Me
    07. Grip
    08. Climbing
    09. Time Killer
    10. Ultimatum
    11. Feelings
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    SPLIT SYSTEM

    Vol.1

    New Artwork! Split System, the Aussie group featuring Jackson Reid Briggs (Jackson Reid Briggs & The Heaters) on vocals and Arron Mawson (Stiff Richards) on guitar, took the punk world by storm with its debut EP this past spring. That was hardly surprising given the talent involved. But whatever my expectations were for Split System, the Melbourne-based outfit far exceeded them. Not just another "super group" (also on board are guitarist Ryan Webb [Speed Week], bassist Deon Slaviero, and drummer Mitch McGregor [No Zu]), Split System is straight-up one of the most powerful and exciting punk rock and roll bands of recent memory. The band's EP was a smasher, and now debut album Vol. 1 emphatically follows suit. My god, this record is a monster! Essentially Split System's sound is classic Aussie punk. That may sound like nothing new, but this band executes the style with a force and fury rarely heard these days. It doesn't hurt that Jackson Reid Briggs is one of the best rock and roll screamers going. He's got a fire inside of him. Meanwhile, Mawson and Webb form one hell of a guitar tandem. And that rhythm section is insane. These are all brilliant players who come together to make an extraordinary band. Vol. 1 comes storming out of the gates with "The End" and never lets up. Of course we knew some of the previously-released tracks ("Hit Me," "Demolition," "Climbing") were going to rip. But the newer material is just as good and will just about melt your face off. Songs like "Ringing In My Head" and "Grip" are pure energy and ferocity, while closing track "Feelings" has a mellowed-out Saints feel. This band knows how to rock and roll, and there are literally no songs on this album that don't entirely kick ass. Sometimes we think of these all-star groups as "side projects," but such categorization would sell Split System woefully short. If we're talking about the top three or four punk bands in Australia right now, this has to be one of them!
    Format
    LP
    Release date
    18.01.2023
     
  • 01. Insane Urge
    02. There's a World
    03. Job
    04. Sick Disease
    05. Radio Urge
    06. I Feel Fine
    07. My America
    08. Rats & Dogs
    09. Take It
    10. In Circles
    11. Roswell
    12. No Sense
    13. A Place
    14. Alcatraz
    15. Job
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    INSANE URGE

    Two Tapes

    Originally released on two tapes on Stucco, now available on vinyl. Ferocious, manic Punk via Austin, Texas. Overpublicised rock hack/full-time gobshite Charles Shaar Murray said of The Clash that they were ‘the sort of garage band who should be speedily returned to the garage, preferably with the motor running’. Now that’s all well and good, but what if I told you there was a band that sounded like they’d taken this to heart and replaced the petrol fumes with all the gnarliest uppers and the cheapest booze? Meet Texas’ Insane Urge, a band for whom no fidelity is too low, no riff is too snotty, and there’s no hook that wouldn’t sound better being crushed into the dirt by a combination of velocity and curled-lip, devilish delirium. This is their ‘Two Tapes LP’, compiling their (you guessed it) two tapes for Down South Tapes - and what a compilation it is! Rattling through 15 songs in 18 minutes, it condenses the primal chords of The Sonics, the dumb thrills of the Oblivians and the smash’n’grab speed of hardcore punk to create something that sticks to your synapses like paste. Almost feels like someone should call Bomp!, Sympathy For The Record Industry and Crypt to check this hasn’t leaked out of their archives - that classic raw vibe is unmistakeably here and it’s an instant winner. From the opening instrumental that shares its name with the band to the minute-long thrill ride of ‘Job’, ‘Two Tapes LP’ is rock’n’roll at its stoopid best (and trust me, you’ve gotta be smart to play this stoopid). It’s a record that’ll cement its place on your speakers, its brevity only serving to make you demand another immediate fix - which you’ll do again and again and again. If the band moniker reflects anything, it’s the fact that you don’t make music like this because you wanna. You do it cos you can’t see any other choice. Listen and love..
    Format
    LP
    Release date
    10.06.2024
     
  • 01. Lagrimas Negras
    02. Verlo Arder
    03. Todo Roto
    04. Ruido
    05. Ciudad Condena
    06. Amør
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    AMOR

    s/t

    Debut release by d-beat duo out of Valencia, formed in late summer 2021. Their sound wanders between the classic hardcore punk bands, the power of d-beat drums and the heartbreaking vocals of crust. They try to make punk a space where we can share realities, weave alliances and build a better scene where we all can live together with friends.
    Format
    7''
    Release date
    10.03.2024
    Format
    7" blue
    Release date
    10.03.2024
    Format
    7" lila
    Release date
    10.03.2024
     
  • 01. Nowhere
    02. Burning
    03. Plastic Life
    04. No Way
    05. Machine World
    06. No Time
    07. Betonwelt
    08. Sterben
    09. Running Away
    10. Ey Capitan
    11. Depression
    12. Another Day
    13. Alone
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    BETONWELT

    s/t

    Meet Betonwelt, the blazing new anarcho-punk/post-punk band out of Hamburg, with many influences from the 80s as well as modern anarcho-punk and post-punk bands, at times diving into raw, fast hardcore punk. 'Betonwelt' means 'concrete world' in german. It's an international trio consisting of Iggy (vocals, guitar), Phil (vocals, bass), and Sabrina (vocals, drums). Their lyrics are in english, german, and russian. By members/ex-members of other small acts from Hamburg like Miley Silence, Kleymo, 1323, and Quit.
    Format
    LP
    Release date
    24.05.2024
     
  • 01. Mutter
    02. Zivilisten
    03. Übermensch
    04. Spirale
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    KETTENHUND

    s/t

    Format
    7''
    Release date
    10.03.2017
     
  • 01. City Streets
    02. Kuda Sad
    03. Pressure
    04. Lose
    05. Just For Me
    06. Budala
    07. Down
    08. Brittle
    09. Alive
    10. Ko Je Kriv
    11. We Own The Night
    12. Freitag
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    OBSESSIONS

    s/t

    Format
    LP
    Release date
    10.03.2022
     
  • 01. No More
    02. Lost Illusion
    03. Bated Breath
    04. Humid Crypt
    05. Sterilized Decay
    06. Sick to Survive
    07. Bastardized
    08. Climb the Ranks
    09. Laughing System
    10. Shit Pit
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    INVERTEBRATES

    Sick to Survive

    A couple years back here in Richmond, VA, a group known as INVERTEBRATES emerged from the river sludge, dropping an absolutely scorching demo AND promo tape in conjunction with the pulverizing of many a gig audience fortunate enough to witness them. While the INVERTS have stayed the course on the latter, continuing to belt out the hits in the live setting the hardcore punk faithful have been hungry for more, and folks, am I excited to let ya know the wait is over! Featuring a handful of tunes from those aforementioned tapes that many have surely worn out by now, "SICK TO SURVIVE" is ten tracks of perfectly executed "45 RPM on a 12" style hardcore punk" - meaning that while it doesn't overstay it's welcome you will be left with a few sonic rage induced lumps as a reminder of the time spent together. Truly a slab for those who love the genre yet refuse to allot time for any of the extra bullshit that comes in tow with it at this particular point of the dystopian nightmare we find ourselves in. Each record comes in a jacket with a huge fold out newsprint poster and insert, all of which were designed by singer Max Mattoon.
    Format
    LP
    Release date
    10.06.2024
     
  • 01. Neutralan
    02. Trauma
    03. Kaos
    04. Direkt
    05. Liberal
    06. Marseille
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    PAROLE 80

    Trauma

    Format
    7''
    Release date
    10.06.2024
     
  • 01. You'll Never See...
    02. Now And Forever
    03. Morbid Way To Die
    04. Obsessed
    05. Grief
    06. Severing Flesh
    07. Brutally Deceased
    08. Christi(ns)anity
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    GRAVE

    You`ll Never See

    The "Victory" album was originally released in 1995. Here is the official 2022 repress.The "YOU'LL NEVER SEE..." album was originally released in 1992. Here is the official 2024 DELUXE LP repress on Cosmic Key Creations. Issued under exclusive license from Century Media Records.
    Format
    LP red
    Release date
    09.06.2024
    EAN
    EAN 4059251449508
     
  • 01. The Millennium King
    02. Behind The Mask
    03. Soul Possessed
    04. My Demonic Figures
    05. Doommaker
    06. My Kingdom Will Come
    07. Return Of The Night Creatures
    08. What Malice Embrace
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    OLD MAN`S CHILD

    The Pagan Prosperity

    Legendary black metal band from Oslo, Norway, founded by Galder (Dimmu Borgir). The Pagan Prosperity album was originally released in 1997 by Century Media. Here is the official 2024 repress on Cosmic Key Creations. Issued under exclusive license from Century Media Records
    Format
    LP blue
    Release date
    09.06.2024
    EAN
    EAN 4059251150077
     
  • 01. Phantoms Of Mortem Tales
    02. Hominis Nocturna
    03. In Black Endless Void
    04. Unholy Vivid Innocence
    05. Passage To Pandemonium
    06. Obscure Divine Manifestation
    07. World Expiration
    08. Into Silence Embrace
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    OLD MAN`S CHILD

    Revelation 666

    Legendary black metal band from Oslo, Norway, founded by Galder (Dimmu Borgir). The Revelation 666 album was originally released in 2000 by Century Media. Here is the official 2024 repress on Cosmic Key Creations. Issued under exclusive license from Century Media Records
    Format
    LP yellow
    Release date
    09.06.2024
    EAN
    EAN 4059251220091
     
  • 01. Pandemonium
    02. Sacrificial Rites
    03. Mercenaries
    04. No Mercy
    05. Reign Of Terror
    06. Tempestarii
    07. No Judgement (In The Pit)
    08. Behold The Deity
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    BLADECRUSHER

    Tempest

    BLADECRUSHER is a new epic metal, thrash and hardcore crossover band from Frisia, The Netherlands. For fans of: Slayer, Forbidden, Warbringer, At The Gates, Cro-Mags and Power Trip.
    Format
    LP
    Release date
    09.06.2024
    EAN
    EAN 8721018003655
     
  • 01. Vinyl Change The World
    02. Sha La La La Lee
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    50 KAITENZ, THE

    Vinyl Change The World

    7inch Hit Single!
    Format
    7''
    Release date
    09.03.2016
     
  • 01. State Property
    02. Mercy Dog
    03. Cannon Fodder
    04. Held By Threads
    05. On All Fours
    06. Billionaire Bunker
    07. Red Serge
    08. With Reason
    09. Right To Your Door
    10. Submission Pt.III
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    BOOTLICKER

    1000 Yd. Stare

    Consumption is key. War crimes in real time an arms length away, mandatory connectivity to hive mind. The common human experience is experiencing the shift. The 1000 Yard Stare is commonplace, no longer experienced only by soldiers and victims at the front. The front is everywhere. Colonial legacies, genocide, poisoned drug supplies and failed policy, killer cops, global warming, Neo-Liberal fallout, rising Fascism. The Information Age in its current state is one that sees the mask of the emperor starting to slip, a power struggle with the worst players moving into prime positions for takeover and identity politics running the resistance while the working class is dismantled in front of us. The only thing to keep us satiated in an age of endless trauma experience is immediate gratification. The absurdity of all of this that we live, love, buy and die within that framework. It's cynical but it's true. So here we are. Bootlicker's newest album, 1000 Yard Stare is 10 tracks of violent music for a vile world. Musically, this sees the group sticking to their UK82 meets American Hardcore with the echoes of Discharge guiding the hand. Skeptix, Special Duties, Svart Framtid are the seasonings. D-Beat propulsion and the knobs broken off at 11.
    Format
    LP
    Release date
    07.06.2024
     
  • 01. Doomsday Clock
    02. Time For Darkness
    03. Pregnant Meth Addict With Cancer
    04. Two Elderly Brothers Killed A Young Mother
    05. Great White Northern Shitlicker
    06. This Band Is Your Yoga
    07. Central European Nihilist Arrogance
    08. (Gin) Tonic Youth
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    DESOLAT

    Get Sick And Let Me Watch You Die

    2nd album by this viennese band, this time more Noise Rock rooted in Hardcore and less Crust & Death Metal, 1st release on legendary us label REPTILIAN RECORDS.
    Format
    LP
    Release date
    04.06.2024
     
  • 01. Despair
    02. No Survival Can Be Tolerated
    03. Rotten Silver
    04. From Vienna With Hate
    05. Sweet Revenge
    06. The Product
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    CYRUSS

    Hate dies last

    Final (mini)album of this viennese sludge / stoner band. Red-black-green coloured vinyl limited to 205 copies.
    Format
    LP
    Release date
    09.12.2022