• 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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    Human Slaughter, offer 3 tracks of thrashy Hard Core influenced by D-beat, American Thrash and 80s Hard Core. Injustice Squad side consists of 4 old school Hard Core tracks into Cro mags, old Suicidal Tendencies etc influenced by Crossover/Thrash.
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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.
  • Brand new killer 4 track EP bursting with uncompromising crossover/thrash – in your face – tunes. Includes insert and sticker. Ltd to 100.
  • 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.
  • 4 Of A Kind is the fourth studio album by the American crossover thrash metal band D.R.I. (Dirty Rotten Imbeciles), which consisted of Spike Cassidy, Josh Pappe, Felix Friffin and Kurt Brech. 4 Of A Kind originally came out in 1988, only six years after the formation of D.R.I., and includes the track “Suit And Tie Guy”, which was the first track to get a music video. 4 Of A Kind isavailable as a limited edition of 1500 individually numbered copies on red & black marbled vinyl and includes an insert.
  • 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.
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    A face-breaking collection of metal/hardcore crossover acts compiled by aggro-music authority KATON DE PENA (HIRAX). You get moshed into the ground with tracks from HIRAX, THE ACCUSED, MUNICIPAL WASTE, VOETSEK, and TOXIC NARCOTIC.
    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.
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    Fourth studio album from Venice Beach, L.A. heavyweights Suicidal Tendencies. Album opener and unmistakable anthem "You Can't Bring Me Down" - S.T.'s rally against vicious rumours and their notorious ban from playing public places in L.A. - sets the tone for the record, with 'Cyco' Mike Muir's lyrics of social commentary handled with intelligence, humour and a punk rock middle-finger. Lights Camera Revolution boasts the line-up now deemed classic. Suicidal's flirtation with the mainstream (complete with obligatory criticism of 'selling-out') went Gold in the US with over half a million copies sold, and to this day remains an essential record in any Metal or Punk collection.