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    CONVINCE: Decline (7”) VARIOUS

    5,00 3,00 incl. tax
    D-Beat, blackened Punk from Moscow/Russia.
  • "Why" is the debut album by hardcore punk legends Discharge, originally released in 1981. Upon it's initial release it peaked at Number 1 in the UK indie album chart. When it comes to classic hardcore punk, Discharge are truly one of the all-time greats. They stood and still stand as clear innovators of the scene.
  • Finally, after 14 years available on vinyl again. Comes in 350 gram inside/out sleeve with 400 gram lyric sheet and 180 gram vinyl!
  • 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.
  • Human Slaughter, offer 6 tracks of thrashy Hard Core influenced by D-beat, American Thrash and 80s Hard Core.
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    KRANG: Broken Waves (7”) EXIST 137

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    This perfect record from Chicago Crust kings Krang is absolutely essential. On the faster end of Crust, there's not a second that gets spared in this quick whirlwind of a record. They combine politically minded, D-Beat Crust Punk with the high-energy riffage of Thrash.
  • Finland’s D-beat Hardcore Punk band Kürøishi is finally dropping their monster second LP “Sound The Alarm”. While the sold-out first LP “Poverty. Ignorance. Greed. Slavery” stemmed from a traditional Scandinavian style of “Tragedy via Wolfbrigade”, “Sound the Alarm” LP leans a lot more on a tasteful Japanese hardcore influence. The Tragedy heaviness and bleak atmosphere is still prevalent, with crushing dirges and desperate melodic riffing, but here the songs are more guitar-focused, with blazing guitar leads and huge epic guitar solos pumping adrenaline to the extreme. Set that to high-charge tempos and throw in some big gang choruses with guest appearances from bands like Think Again/ Systematic Death, NoLA, No Excuse, Vivisektio and Rotten Sound, and you’ve got your winter soundtrack all sorted out. Recorded and mixed by Antti Lindholm at Boat Island Studio April – July 2019 and mastered by Jack Control at Enormous Door Mastering (Martyrdöd, Forward, Framtid etc.). “Sound The Alarm” comes with a sleeve drawn and painted by none other than the true japanese artist and legend Akihiko “Sugi” Sugimoto himself.
  • D-beat attack in the vein of Wolfpack/Skitsystem from Athens.
  • Sweden's MYTERI team up with PROCRASTINATE from Greece for a split LP release. Hight quality Crustcore galore guaranteed!
  • Metallic d-beat/neocrust/hc band from Gothenburg / Falkoping / Kristinehamn, Sweden formed in 2013. This is their fresh and awesome second full-length. Gatefold cover, download code, A2 poster.
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    Two masterpiece blastering songs from Totentanz the Crimea (ex-Ukraine) D-Beat machine varying from Stench Core to Metal with a Holy Terror touch vs three D-Beat/Punk songs from Omega SS from Russia.
  • Portland Crust/D-beat greats Tragedy have been quiet for a while, but on Friday 8/31, they played a hometown show where they surprise-released a new album, Fury, on vinyl. It’s their first album in six years, following 2012's Darker Days Ahead.
  • V/A: 35 (LP) DIY

    7,00 incl. tax
    Benefit compilation album for the financial support of Patras prosecuted comrades fund, co-released by Prokat35 Squat in Patras and the bands participating. Featuring unreleased tracks.
  • Punk compilation with 29 bands for the economic support of Accion Mutante. Ass's 9 Days, Dr. Green, Kalashnikov, Tight Finks, Cress, Scum Noise, Satan's Reject, Totalitar, Koyaanisqatsi, Kobayashi, Skew Whiff, Sinergia, Acursed, Επιθανάτιος Ρόγχος etc.