Two song seven inch split from All Eyes West and Above Them featuring the previously unreleased track “Miss Medicine” and “To All Our Friends”.
Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the release of ‘Twas Hell Said Former Child and the band’s announcement of their first shows in seven years, this double LP release includes for the first time ever on vinyl the 2000 Belvedere release Angels Live in My Town and 2003 release ‘Twas Hell Said Former Child, both arguabley considered melodic skate-punk classics.
Release date: May 18th 2012
Astpai’s new album called “Efforts And Means”. Without a doubt these young and talented men created another masterpiece in contemporary and honest punkrock! Once again they have put out a record including the most essential ingredients in music: their hearts and their blood!
Two previously new and unreleased tracks from South Jersey’s purveyors of the crude, Crucial Dudes, and Canada’s melodic punk shred from Shared Arms.
Picking up where Joyride left off Broadcaster enlisted the help of J. Robbins at Magpie Cage to record the three tracks on this seven inch/digital download.
The debut release from Chicago’s All Eyes West. Features members of The Bomb, Noise By Numbers, Hinter, and an old Jump Start favorite, Straightlegged Kick.
Release date: November 2011
The sophomore release from Chicago’s four-piece Noise By Numbers, Over Leavitt is 11 tracks of 90’s influence punk rock that has drawn comparisons to bands like Husker Du, Sugar, The Replacements, and one of our favorites, Big Drill Car.
Release date: November 2011
With a name as tongue and cheek as the Crucial Dudes, you’d almost think that this New Jersey five-piece doesn’t actually exist, but trust us, they do. Taking a cue from bands like Latterman and Saves the Day, the Crudes play a style of pop-punk that is infectiously catchy and true to heart.
Release date: March 4th 2011
Battle tested. That’s the best way to describe this monsterous release from One Win Choice. Taking the high energy melodic hardcore they’re known for and stepping it up a notch, Conveyor is a record that bleeds emotion and passion welded together with sheer determination and thought provoking views on where we are and where we’re headed.
Release date: February 2011
“What doesn’t kill you, eventually kills you” is Gay For Johnny Depp’s second full length album and will be available on CD and Digital February 25th. There will also be a fancy vinyl version coming within the next couple months, it will arrive in time for their tour in mainland Europe. So watch out for dates and be prepared to witness their furious and disruptive live performance.
Release date: January 6th 2011
Red Tape Parade`s latest effort offers a shitload of amazing songs, good lyrics, great artwork, insightful linernotes, fun, melodies, energy, attitude and passion; basically everything a good punk record should be about!
Within the last years Astpai developed to be one of Austrias most active bands. Countless tours throghout entire Europe and UK, two long tours in the USA and Canada prove that Astpai are totally dedicated. „Heart to grow“ is their 3rd full length, on which the band once again shows it’s passion for timeless, energetic and hardcore influenced punkrock.
Straddling a line between the post-hardcore sounds of bands like Fugazi, combined with energetic outburts a la Grade and dramatic parts reminding of Kill Holiday. Metroplex has been a veteran on the Philly music scene for the better part of the last decade. Double Gatefold colored vinyl with terrific artwork and MP3 download with bonustracks.
For the past four years Astpai has been one of the leaders of the growing punk scene in their homeland of Austria, and The Scavenger is another release that is sure to win more and more peolple over. Fusing a sound that draws comparsions to comtemporaries like None More Black, Samiam, and The Nerve Agents
A Wilhelm Scream produced and recorded this brand new 5 Song EP at the band´s Black & Blue studio in New Bedford/MA, along with their live sound engineer James Whitten, Matt Byles (Mastodon, Isis, Minus The Bear, Shook Ones).
Two brand new tracks, one each from both Aspiga and Hanalei. Aspiga’s effort is a step up in sound and production from their debut release, Tense, and sees the band focusing and honing their craft and knack for writing catchy pop-rock that shows hints of Kevin Day’s solo acoustic/folk past that gave birth to the band.
“Monolith” is Sights And Sounds first album after releasing an EP in 2007. Featuring members of Comback Kid, Sick City and Figure Four.
The debut full-length from this Philly four-piece. Fast and fun hardcore punk rock that’s quick to remind us of what was so fresh and exciting about punk rock in the first place.
“Fort Orange” is the second full length by this threepiece from Albany/New York. 13 solid songs in a style that doesn´t go out of date. Powerfull melodic hardcore, technically proficient combined with distinctive vocals is After The Falls concept on „Fort Orange“.
Call it bravery. Call it tradition. “Coma Chameloen” is the perfect combination of all the DONOTS´ powers and most definetly the most important and courageous step the band has ever made, not only musically but businesswise as well.
Sophomore effort from one of the hardest working bands around. Jena Berlin from Philadelphia with their second album. “Quo Vadimus” benefits from maturation and a sense of purpose that only experience can bring.
Wilhelms fourth album; another noticeable tick is that these dudes have most definitely been taking notes from Propagandhi in the songwriting department – in fact, the musical parallels between this and Propagandhi’s Today’s Empires …
TRIBUTE TO NOTHING – CD/LP “BREATHE HOW YOU WANT TO BREATHE” (ACR 020) Vinyl includes free download!
Another resounding success, the new TTN album, “Breathe where you want to breathe” has landed. TTN has taken their post-hardcore sound to a new level, the melodic undertones to an, essentially rock-album, propels you into a climatic barrage of heavy guitars, intense drumming…..
This winnipeg based four-piece has built a strong sound and an album which will hold it’s own in the ever growing horizon of music.
Nothing In Common´s new full length CD, contains a very diverse variaty of styles. From energetic punkrock to sweet indie rock moments and even some slight disco-wave influences.
“How many times did we live?” captures every side of TTN´s life in it´s 10 spine tingling tracks and you get an insight into where the band has been for the last few years and where they are headed in future days.
Nothing In Common deliver passionate music with a lot of drive and power. This 6 song CD-EP offers everything a good record needs to have: striking vocals, a lot variety and melodies that express desperation as well determination. Additionally this release contains enhanced material including a video clip, picture gallery and two remixes of the title track!
Full of driving energy, high-powered riffs and a snappy rhythm section! Gainer from Birmingham Alabama USA actually know how to write solid songs that will stay in your ear for more than just a while! “You say it like it´s a bad thing” will have you nodding along from start to finish.
Intense chaotic post hardcore from the UK. The boys from Worcester in the middle of England are playing excellent live-shows that remind you of the intensity of At The Drive-In!
New full length CD, new singer, same direction – intense, melodic, powerful. With this follow up release to their previous CD-EP, My Favorite Chord from Münster/Dortmund deliver their strongest songs so far.
One of todays best hardcorebands, with a fantastic liveshow at legendary CBGB´s in their hometown New York. These guys are around for a long time, delivering awesome records, playing high energy hardcore shows.
A bunch of older scenesters from Münster, with their debut CD-EP. Those guys recorded a couple of amazing songs. Sometimes they remind me of So Much Hate and other older bands. But they´ve also enough fresh and modern influences in their sound. Rocking old school hardcore still sounding fresh!
Another young upcoming band from Pensylvania. On their debut CD they are delivering some kind of modern of hardcore, sometimes silent, sometimes exploding. Some parts remind of Quicksand, or at least they come close to their groove.
From Tampa/Florida ex Pink Lincolns. Flat Stanley is coming up with amazing 80ies punk/hardcore for fans of the Marshes, Dag Nasty, Youth Brigade.
From Philadelphia, featuring members of Violent Society and formerly known as When In Rome. Fantastic melodies with a lot of drive and enough fury dirty and raw punkrock following the path of band like Clash, Leatherface or even newer Schleprock.
In 1997, Man Without Plan formed in the wilds of Port Chester, New York, just three determined youths with raw talent and a sick hunger to take on the world.
It’s neither possible nor necessary to invent music every monday morning. Regarding this aspect the band was formed in 2001.
Decent hardcore/punk from Lünen/Germany featuring Horrorbusiness Records Dave himself. Vinylversion of their previously released CD, in cooperation with Horrorbusiness and some other labels. 4 non CD bonustracks included.
Intense hc/punk like Hot Water Music. Some would call them emotional, we call them powerful, like a silent explosion.
Megastore from Rome/Italy with 2 unreleased tracks, great noisecore with female and male vocals! Am I Jesus with 3 unreleased songs, including the tour anthem “shit on the rest”. Some copies in white wax.
Snotty, hard hitting 80ies hc/punk from Philadelphia the way it should be. Rare songs never released on vinyl before, originally released on CI Records “not enjoying it” CD.
After 2 CD´s and several tours, the first output on vinyl, slow, fast, melodic and catchy punkrock from Dortmund/Münster.