• Doom are one of those bands that really don't need an introduction and they are back with another album. British Crust/Punk pioneers Doom surprised everyone by releasing their first new studio album in over a decade. Gatefold Cover with Poster.
  • These tracks were recorded at same studio as Earslaughter in Dec '86. The first 2 songs(Side-A) have never been heard by ANYONE since and were never played live or released in anyway.
  • Phonophobia has originally been recorded and mixed at Southern Studios in London in August 1991. This is the repress of one of the masterpieces of the early era UK Crustcore. A record that inspired thousands of dirty punks all over the world.
  • Compiling Doom's 2 blistering BBC sessions from 1988 and 1989 showcasing the band at their best in the early years. Fully authorized and repressed from the first time since 1997 featuring brand new artwork in the classic strange fruit style printed on heavy duty cardstock. Gold hot-foil logo, shrinkwrap.
  • The twin guitar masterpiece of 90's Crust, a seminal album from Doom at the top of their game. Repressed for the first time in a decade, housed in a deluxe tip-on sleeve with 24'' x 36'' poster and a double sided 12'' x 24'' insert.
  • Repressed fromfirst time in a decade, the recordings that started it all. Housed in a deluxe tip-on sleeve with a double-sided 24'' x 12'' poster insert.
  • E.N.T. are back in 2015 with a new full length recorded last year. It's hard to believe this new masterpiece doesn't come from the same 1991 sessions as this is totally Phonophobia-core. This new self titled record sounds exactly as the old E.N.T. tunes.
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    RAW NOISE is a side project band by DEAN, the singer/frontman of mighty EXTREME NOISE TERROR. In opposite to ENT evolving to much brutal way with Death metalish elements, RAW NOISE continues to blast under the vein of traditional LATE 80's UK Crust Core vein.
  • The second instalment of The Warren of Snares trilogy from this fantastic band. To say the guys had moved on from their original sound is somewhat of an understatement. It was a bold musical change, as they had become such standard bearers of the UK/European crust punk ‘scene’ in such a short amount of time, via Owsla. Three mammoth 20+ minute tracks made up the record mixing their old sound with far more progressive metal & doom elements.
  • The English heavy metal band Satan was founded in 1979 and are part of the so-called new wave of British heavy metal movement (NWOBHM). Their debut album Court In The Act boasts a unique heaviness that outweighs what many extreme metal albums are capable of providing to the listener. Its savage and monstrous guitar work is what makes the difference if compared to other releases brought out during the NWOBHM, add in the drumming from Sean Taylor and you have an album that should not been overseen by any metal/ hard rock fan. The album is available as a limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on gold coloured vinyl and includes an insert.
  • This was release in 2001 but repress again in 2013. DOOM was a band which were pivotal in the rise of crust punk and originated from Birmingham. Doom continued with different guitarist, most notably with Dave Talbot who co-founded UK doom metal band SOLSTICE with SORE THROAT’s vocalist Rich Walker, but did not settle with four members for long playing numerous gigs as a three piece, as Pickering turned to vocal and guitar duties. This line up continued until a final split in August 1990. Following the group’s demise Pickering formed Police Bastard, whilst drummer Stick joined ENT then DIRT. This records still sound heavy, fuzzy, dirty and mean as hell!!!
  • Previously released as "Fuck Peaceville", this is a re-release of Doom's re-recording of their earlier work after they fell out with Peaceville Records. Contains no new songs! (but 37 great re-recordings of that classic Doom era!). A top notch whirlwind of great crust punk from the master themselves!!!
  • 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.
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    One of the most threatening bands ever to emerge from the UK scene, with longtime rock bible Kerrang! voting them "Best U.K. band". An album that changes pace often and experiments with delivery and dynamics from the beginning until its raging conclusion.
  • The UK's Broken Bones are back with an all new three song ear piercing EP of Punk Rock! Going back to their early '80s roots, this new release is raw powerful Punk rock with insightful lyrics. Fans old and new will love this one! Black vinyl.
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    Their 3rd album are as rowdy and violent as ever, keeping their signature sound of New York influenced Hard Core as brutal as ever. There is nothing pretty about "Promises Comfort Fools", it's just pure venomous rage spitting bile from every pour and open wound.
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    Late '80s UK Anarcho Hard Core/Punk legends. Both female and male vocals. An amazing release!
  • "Storm of Resentment'' is the concentrate of the UK anarcho Punk. Take what is best from it (the lyrics, the statements, the sound, the tempo, the anger and dedication) and add thrashy guitars to top it all. EOM prove you don't need to play very fast to be brutal.