• Hirax (USA), known worldwide as forefathers of Thrash Metal and crossover, and Violator (Brazil) are leaders of the new exploding Thrash Metal movement. Guaranteed to satisfy fans of Metal, Punk, and Hardcore. This record is a must-have!!!
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    Amazing old school Hard Core with some Metal parts with mostly Portuguese lyrics. Brazilian Hard Core/Punk history. Includes cover songs by Napalm Death (Breed To Breathe) and Ratos De Porao (Crocodila).
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    Thrash/Crossover from Thessaloniki/Greece.
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    With ''Massive Aggressive'', Municipal Waste have upped the ante and pushed Crossover Thrash to its ultimate limit.
  • Classic debut album from the Venice, CA crossover thrash band. Produced by legendary photographer Glen E. Friedman. Colour vinyl reissue from Frontier Records.
  • F.O.A.D., the second and arguably, best album by Broken Bones fused the ferocity of debut, ‘Dem Bones’ with an added sense of ferocity, melody and power, to become of one of the most important 80’s punk rock albums. Taking the punk rock blue print that was ingrained in their souls and adding a touch of the rising thrash metal movement, it became legendary in that it was and is widely regarded as one of the first Crossover records, and along with DRI, Broken Bones pioneered a movement whose fledgling steps gave rise to both the modern hardcore and metal scenes.
  • Drawing from the sacred texts of the Cro-Mags, Vio-lence, Leeway, Exodus, and Nuclear Assault, Texas savages Power Trip have unleashed their debut album with Southern Lord. They leave in their wake a multitude of crushed generic and feeble contemporaries. POWER TRIP don’t emulate they properly channel the old-school energy of the old cross-over gods and add their own brand of modern thrash warfare. “Manifest Decimation” was recorded/produced by Arthur Rizk (War Hungry, Mother of Mercy, Inquistion). The recording is absolutely face-peeling and will ensure maximum head-banging from the hordes.
  • American crossover thrash metal band Suicidal Tendencies was formed in 1980 by vocalist Mike Muir. To follow up on the success of their self-titled debut album, they released Join The Army in 1987. The album is arguably one of their most popular efforts and features the popular tracks “War Inside My Head”, “Possessed To Skate” and “Join The Army”. It was the first album to feature Rocky George on guitar and R.J. Herrera on drums, and the last recording with Louiche Mayorga on bass. Join The Army features the track “Human Guinea Pig”, which previously only appeared on CD. The vinyl package also includes an insert with lyrics.
    1. Ορυμαγδός (Pronounced as Orimagdos, and means loud noise) is Athens/Greece OneMan roadroller, with a little help from Vaggelis/Paroxysmos who played as a guest drums on this one. 10 tracks of filthy and hellish metal/punk in the vein Venom/Midnight/Warfare/GBH. 400 hand-numbered copies.
  • Where do you go and what do you do when you achieve near legendary status with your debut album? In D.R.I.’s world, you release “Dealing With It!,” a record that infused their increasing technicality with a love of metal and the raw, fast as hell hardcore sound that they patented. Surpassing their debut was never going to be easy, but with their second album, D.R.I. managed to do just that in a maelstrom of vicious, catchy, cerebral hardcore and metal.
  • Third D.R.I. album, originally released in 1987. This genre-defining album helped coin the term crossover and influenced hordes of punks around the globe that went on to form their own crossover/thrash/whatever bands. This is classic, metallic DRI thrash, hardcore and crossover.
  • "Alpha Omega" is the third album by New York hardcore legends Cro-Mags, originally released in 1992. The album gave us "The Other Side Of Madness," arguably one of the band's most well-known songs beyond its dedicated following. "Alpha Omega" is a piece of hardcore history that every fan must own.
  • Near Death Experience is the fourth album by New York hardcore legends Cro-Mags, originally released in 1993. It is, to date, the last album to feature vocalist John Joseph. The songs on the album deal with topics such as environmentalism, anti-abortion, and spirituality. After its release, the Cro-Mags had gone on hiatus for some time, experienced more lineup changes, and would not release their next album, Revenge, until seven years later!
  • The Art of Rebellion is the sixth studio album by American crossover thrash band Suicidal Tendencies, originally released in 1992. The album maintains its position as the band's most commercially successful studio album to date, and the songs "Nobody Hears" and "I'll Hate You Better" have the distinction of being the only top 40 hits in Suicidal Tendencies' career.
  • But Wait, There's More is their first studio release in 15 years. D.R.I. is once again ready for Punk/Hardcore and Metal consumption!
  • But Wait, There's More is their first studio release in 15 years. D.R.I. is once again ready for Punk/Hardcore and Metal consumption!
  • Following the differences that saw the original group implode on the road in 1989, Cryptic Slaughter’s guitarist Les Evans moved to Portland, Oregon, where he formed a new band with former Wehrmarkt and Sweaty Nipples drummer Brian Lehfeldt, plus bassist Bret Davis and vocalist Dave Hollingsworth, both formerly in local hardcore band Crud. Now metal was much more prominent and hardcore on the wane, but there are still signature tempo changes, here within longer, more complex song structures, prefacing the industrial and post-thrash crossover acts to follow. An enduring swansong for all lovers of these metalcore innovators.
  • Biohazard released their third studio album State of the World Address in 1994. Their breakout from the underground into mainstream culture yielded an album where their musical style hasn't changed that much from the predecessors.