• This is the long out-of-print (on vinyl) LP that was made from the "Dirty Rotten EP." The band realized, once they saw the prices on things, that to do their 22-song 7" as a 12" would only cost a little more. So, with that, D.R.I. did it and the "Dirty Rotten EP" became the "Dirty Rotten LP."
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    Debut full length from this Dutch band whose sound can be described as brutal and metallic, but still keeping it very Hard Core. Blending heavy old school fast parts, crunching riffs and breakdowns. Think Hatebreed, 100 Demons, Born from Pain.
  • Reissue 2018, transparent royal blue vinyl, ltd 300, 425gsm heavy cardboard cover, lyric insert, poster.
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    All stars dark metallic HC/Crust at its best! Members of Corpses, Terror Detonator, Sardanapalm Death and Vacantfield.
  • The four horsemen of the apocalypse unite to descent in total darkness!!! Featuring one unreleased track of each band! Limited to 500 copies!
  • Nuclear War Now! and Weird Face Productions first conspired to draw much-deserved attention to Death Courier’s landmark debut album, “Demise,” by reissuing it in 2014 as a limited 12” picture disc in commemoration of the band’s appearance at that year’s Nuclear War Now! Festival Volume IV. Now the same two partners resume that effort by offering the album on a standard vinyl format in less limited numbers.
  • Furthermore, and as a separate release, the band’s foreboding 1989 “Deny Your Destiny” demo and 1990 “Necrorgasm” EP have been compiled on a single LP to document the band’s early trajectory, which eventually led to the release of “Demise.” These two prior recordings include germinal versions of several songs from the first full-length, along with others such as “Necrorgasm,” “Mass Impalement,” and “Death Courier,” which were not included on “Demise.” This “EP and Demo” LP also includes four live tracks taken from the 1990 Molon Lave Festival and a 1991 gig at the Villa Amalias Squat in Athens. This unearthing and reanimation of Death Courier’s earliest scourging imprints erases a longstanding void in the availability of the most essential recordings from one of the most important pillars in the Greek black/death metal canon.
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    Death Trap are a Thrash Metal band from Athens/Greece and this is the first release of the band. Two killer songs and an intro in the vein of the early Destruction, Sepultura and Sodom days.
  • Deathcycle play fast and pissed semi-crusty Hard Core/Punk and feature members of Thought Crime and Kill Your Idols.
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    DEATHRITE: s/t (12”) PK #052

    8,00 incl. tax
    DEATHRITE's noisy assault delivers the urgency of Hard Core, the sheer brutality of extreme Metal and the high speed attacks in the vein of your favorite power-violence bands. All wrapped up by the no-bullshit and fuck-you attitude of punk. Screen-print on the b-side.
  • “The most soaring, magnificent, ethereal cathedrals to reason, faith or anything else were as mere unkempt and dilapidated hovels compared to the constructions – if they could even be described as such – within the Sublime.” (Iain M. Banks, The Hydrogen Sonata) “Sublimation” is an album recorded by 4 guys who appreciate good sci-fi literature and enjoy playing riff-centric, rhythmically intense underground music. It has been heavily inspired by the late Iain M. Banks’ concept of Sublimation, as explored in the master’s final sci-fi novel,  “The Hydrogen Sonata”. It is Dephosphorus’ 4th full-length album and it presents a few notable differences compared to the rest of their discography, which are up to the audience to find out. Last but not least, the record’s atmosphere has taken visual shape thanks to Viral Graphics. Pressed on 180g vinyl, contain a 4 pg. 12" inlay, A2 Poster, Sticker & Download Card.
  • Black vinyl, ltd 250, 425gsm heavy cardboard cover, insert, printed inner sleeve, poster, A5 photo, mastered for vinyl by Patrick W. Engel at Temple of Disharmony, original 1984 sound.
  • Oxblood vinyl, ltd 250, 425gsm heavy cardboard cover, insert, printed inner sleeve, poster, A5 photo, mastered for vinyl by Patrick W. Engel at Temple of Disharmony, original 1984 sound.
  • After touring every corner of the globe, Houston, Texas' Die Young (TX) laid down these three tracks that sees the band playing a crunching, fast Hard Core with slight metallic leanings and a political message, taking cues from bands like Catharsis and Pulling Teeth.
  • Dirty Wombs is bursting forth with their second LP. Japanese hardcore is the obvious starting point, we all love Death Side and Bastard, but Dirty Wombs throws in some pinches of Thrash Metal and Greek Crust to make for a more compelling emotional approach.
  • Dirty Wombs are back with their first full length and a Euro tour. A mix of Greek and English lyrics and an amazing cover as usual!!! 300 lmtd.
  • Debut full-length from Greek crusties Discordance on vinyl format! Thirteen tracks of socially & politically charged crust punk in the vein of Detestation & Aus Rotten with nuances of classic greek hardcore like Chaotic End & Breath/Ash.
  • Official re-release! Comes in 350 gram inside/out sleeve with 400 gram lyric sheet! Adding Entombed guitarist Uffe Cederlund to a group that already features At the Gates singer Tomas Lindberg has created a death'n'roll supergroup - and one of the best heavy records of 2008. Converge guitarist Kurt Ballou produces.

    For those who are unfamiliar with Disfear, it is basically a mix of a lot of hardcore punk with a lot of metal to create a product that is simply loud, in your face and unrelenting.

    Disfear fit that description perfectly. "Live The Storm" is a 35 minute assault of heavy power chords, pounding drums and bass, layered with southern sounding leads and throat wrenching yells.

    Disfear deliver one hell of an intense ride. "Live The Storm" doesn’t let up from the start of the southern tinged "Get It Off" until the end of the 7 minute explosion that is "Phantom". The band leaves no cracks in their wall of sound and come out sounding powerful and extremely energizing. This is a must for anyone who loves intense and unrelenting music.

  • Disfear’s classic 4th album originally released 2003 reissued on vinyl again. 13 songs of crushing Scandinavian HC at its best. Comes in a nice thick gatefold cover – nuff said?

  • Forming around 1989, Disfear took elements from both crust and death metal scenes to effectively reinvent the Swedish sound. It is from Disfear's influence that we have seen the likes of Martyrdod, Warcollapse, Wolfpack (now Wolfbrigade), and countless others.
  • Heavy metallic Hard Core from Greece.
  • Crust / D-beat band from Greece (Thessaloniki).
  • DISTURD: Dark (LP) SDR01

    12,00 incl. tax
    2015 recordings from this excellent Japanese crust band finally released on vinyl (previously available CD only in Japan). - Those familiar with the band from their handful of 7" releases will recognize many of these songs but these are updated versions with killer production and tied together into a masterful LP of heavy crust punk. This band takes a metallic but decidedly punk sound like the Antisect "Out From the Void" 7". If you wished there was more from those old English heads that pushed forward in that direction then you need to hear this band.
  • Brand new single from Japan's darkest Crust warriors DISTURD. This is the third 7'' of the band! Fast and aggressive with a rumbling bass line that sound like Amebix on triple speed.
  • Tsuyama/Japan Disturd offers 3 tracks of loud blown-out Hard Core/Punk in the vein of S.D.S. or ''Out From The Void'' era Anti-sect with a touch of Extreme Noise Terror. Punishing drums and shredding guitars coupled with some truly intense vocals.