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  • 01. Antisocial
    02. Suicide City
    03. Dead Inside
    04. Burn My Life
    05. Pay The Price
    06. Wasted Time
    07. Anguish
    08. Sleepless Night
    09. Pigs In Blue II
    10. Jme Mets Des Claques
    11. Going Nowhere
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    SHORT DAYS

    s/t

    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    10.02.2017
     
  • 01. Parents + FBI = Cahoots
    02. Fuck It, We’re Gonna Get Paid
    03. I Think the Sirens are Coming for Me
    04. I’ve Gone Savage
    05. Transfixed by a Zombie
    06. Get Us Out of Here!
    07. The Situation is Grim
    08. Just Shoot Me When You’re Ready
    09. A Feral Clone’s Revenge
    10. Dialogue Between a Vampire & Bloodless Aliens
    11. * Hidden Bonus Track!

    SHRINKWRAP KILLERS

    Parents + FBI = Cahoots!

    [engl] With the debut album "Parents + FBI = Cahoots", Shrinkwrap Killers out of Oakland bring a load of paranoia and conspiracies to the picnic table. The sun may be shining, but the melodies in the guise of 80s Dark Wave / Synth Punk are eerily beautiful enough to darken the sky. Yes, you can dance to this, cry, drink and smash the goddamn State to this. All at the same time. A perfect mixture of The Spits, Wipers & Brat Farrar. "Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not after you!"
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    04.06.2020
    EAN
    EAN 3481575415326
     
  • 01. Commericals For Free
    02. Tooth Decay
    03. Passive And Blue
    04. People Who Cheated Me
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    SIGGY MAGIC AND THE HEY-HOE BAND

    Headcheese

    [engl] First official reissue of the Canadian classic. A monster rarity from the inception of Punk Rock on the West Coast was actually a soundtrack to a film of the same name. 1978's Commercials For Free is a 20 minute DIY film about a young man leaving the suburbs in search for a life more exciting. It's a film full of chain-wielding punkettes, broken dreams, getting ripped off and also some fabulous archive footage of early punk in Vancouver including early Subhumans footage and a wacky storyline that follows Siggy and his experience with the New Wave. Shortly after the film release a small, one-time pressing of 200 copies was released, quickly snapped up by locals. Commercials For Free flew under the radar and was generally an unknown piece of punk rock history complete with false-starts, maniacal singing and raw manic energy. The excellent Smash The State Compilation series drew some more attention to this rare artifact and compiled 3 of its 4 tracks on the 3rd edition, removing some more of the mystery that made up this release.
    Format
    7''
    Release-Datum
    20.08.2021
     
  • 01. The Seance
    02. Ritual Youth
    03. I'm Human, I'm Sexual
    04. Thought Control
    05. We Don't Ask To Be Born
    06. Missing People
    07. Hunting Psychosis
    08. We Have Plans For You
    09. Stepford
    10. Railroaded
    11. Get Ready To Burn
    12. The Seed In Your Heart
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    SILENT SCREAM

    Carrion Screaming

    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    15.11.2016
    Format
    CD
    Release-Datum
    08.02.2016
     
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    SITUATIONS

    Reibung

    5 Song EP der Berliner, 77'er Rotz Punk, abwechselnd in deutsch und englisch gesungen. Gleich der Opener "Aus alt mach neu" klingt wie eine Mischung aus Dean Dirg und den Shocks. Geil! Die EP läuft hier schon zum x-ten mal und gefällt mir immer besser. Wer auf oben genannte Bands mit einer Prise Observers, Regulations oder Young Wasteners steht, kann hier nur alles richtig machen. Limitiert auf 500 Stück.
    Format
    7''
    Release-Datum
    15.07.2010
     
  • 01. The Blood
    02. Cluster Munitions
    03. Justice For All
    04. Project Paperclip
    05. Greasy Machinery
    06. Descent Of Man
    07. A Decade Of Drone Attacks Over Pakistan
    08. A Bright Shining Hell
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    SKEMÄTA

    A Bright Shining Hell

    [engl] Raleigh, North Carolina’s Skemäta are back with their second 12”, A Bright Shining Hell. While you can still expect the same furious, explosive d-beat hardcore you found on their debut, this time around they’ve dispensed with a lot of the fiddly bits and delivered something a bit more direct and concise, much as Sorry State favorites Sickoids honed and streamlined their sound when they moved from their first LP to their second 12”. It’s not so much that the music is any less complex, but the intricate riffs and rhythms are packed into a smaller space, delivered with a dizzying degree of speed, precision, and power. The result is a pressure cooker of a record that takes the apocalyptic fury of a band like Framtid and fuses it with the catchy songwriting of Totalitär. In a world of flash-in-the-pan d-beat bands that rip off a couple of Cimex riffs and then vanish into the ether, Skemäta stands alone as one of the most distinctive, original, and memorable bands in the genre.
    Format
    LP lim
    Release-Datum
    15.03.2017
     
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    SKEPTIC ELEPTIC

    Madmanns Bride No.1

    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
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    SKEPTIC ELEPTIC

    Sick Sick Sick

    Format
    LP
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    SLENDER

    Time On Earth

    [engl] Cataclysmic punk obituary that basks as readily in the causeways of the sun as it does in stormy, apocalyptic marvel . From the second “Time On Earth” came a clobbering we were returned to the dilapidated, wall-crawling psychedelia that we NEVER saw coming on their five track 7” on LVEUM back in 2017, getting us all buzzy that such a potent cerebral secretion was no one-off and that our beloved Slender would not fall under the axe of Paco’s oft-heralded - “Mate, ANYONE can make a good single” -mantra! Spirits rejoice! SO MUCH to sink into on this debut long haul with the elusive NYC skirmishers. Lean, concise, often juxtaposed songs and interludes are deftly thatched together to make up the majority of Side A, with dense, drowning-world electronics on tracks like “Heavy Weather” clearing the skies for jovial, anthems of the Anthropocene like “New Country” (which for us totally rings the same joyous bells as Yuzo Iwata’s “Gigolo”!!) and the grittier, barnacled basement etherea of “Sleep The Trees”. The restrained fury in the opening minutes of Side B at first recalls the slow-stirring storm clouds on that shadow-cast Blodarna 7”, the thought of seeking shelter only arising as proceedings are adrenalised and escalated into what feels more akin to listening to Amon Düül perform kali ma on the guys from Pelt in some subterranean death church! The closing trio of “So”, “Far” and “Down” tunnels on and takes place as some sorta on-acid-and-caught-in-earthquake rite, that sees the volcanic pounding intensify and whatever THAT sound is (bass guitar?? some demonic synthesiser??!) begin to envelop everything like the swelling of oblivion - any brief interval between tracks serving only as a moment to observe your own mind try to scramble it’s way out of the slowly opening sinkhole. Bonkers. Slender channels the same wild and earthy desire for experimentation as such un-pinnable, sleeping giants as Cro-Magnon, Blumen Des Exotischen Eises, The Fates or Moolah. But far from copying the founding fathers of homemade psychedelia Slender move forward to the caves with their own brand of Neo-Chamber Music. No idea how the inhabitants of earth will express amazement / bewilderment in thirty years time but can imagine some archival psychopath or discogs dweeb digging this one up and ripping a righteous WHAT THE FUCK. (Low Company)
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    10.12.2019
     
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    SLENDER

    Walled Garden

    [engl] Debut 6 Track EP from NYC’s Slender after two Demos in 2014 and 2015. Slender is the runt of the litter yet seem to be having more fun than anyone making music for themselves. The EP starts with Suddenly I See which sounds like The Snipers on Crass Records mixed with Warsaw - all tense, basic and rigid. Anxiety follows and has that home recorded Swell Maps feel. There She Goes barely gets to end with a a 4 Track recorded quality and.a Fuck Off records type of experimentation. On the B-Side - there is no let up in the weirdness stakes. It Exists To Make The World Feel Nice has a crazed theremin through the whole song whilst Magic is driven by a Peter Hook style bass line and a sinister vocal. Last track Not Afraid completes the EP with a woozy guitar, theremin and recording quality that just adds to this 2017 outsider music. In twenty years time people will discover this record and still think it’s out there.
    Format
    7''
    Release-Datum
    25.08.2017
     
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    SLICE 49

    Out of time

    ( Sounds Of Subterrania) VG+/EX
    Format
    7''
    Release-Datum
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  • 01. Nightmare World
    02. Bomb Blast/ Age Old Time
    03. Straight and Upright
    04. Harsh Reality
    05. Oceanic Feeling
    06. All Too Real
    07. Revelations
    08. A Sight To Behold
    09. No God
    10. Destroy and Resist
    11. Always The Victim
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    SLIMY MEMBER

    Ugly Songs For Ugly People

    [engl] Thought you’d missed out on the chance to scoop up one of the best punk albums of 2017? Luckily for you, here’s another opportunity - the debut album from Dallas’ own Slimy Member is back in print. That first pressing evaporated from stores almost as soon as it was released by Drunken Sailor, and now here it is, just in time for Xmas. So happy fucking holidays, and maybe don’t sleep on it this time, cheez. You know the sound already; a meaner-than-thou blast of ominous power chords and lowdown menace with nods to Rudimentary Peni (obviously), Die Kreuzen and the seething rush of early Saccharine Trust. That title, meanwhile, recalls The Cramps while there are even hints of the Misfits and their horror punk brethren - not least in Cesar Perez’s compelling growl, which alternates between a cathartic croon and conjuring images of someone gargling broken glass in an echo chamber. Either way, it sounds fucking great. With an endless stream of punk bands throwing back to the 1980s and somehow getting it very wrong indeed, you’d be forgiven for reading this dumbass precis and thinking, ‘So fucking what?’ But trust me: this record more than holds its own with the bands it draws influence from. It’s a howl from the gutter set to music that makes you want to pile up your belongings and set fire to them while bricking the windows of your local Conservative Club. Alternatively, it’s WAY existential and it fucking slays. Am I swearing too much? I can’t fucking help it. I fucking love this record. Don’t let yourself miss out for a second time.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    21.01.2021
     
  • 01. Let's Star A Cult
    02. Waiting For The Bombs
    03. Don't Wanna Be A Number
    04. White Lies
    05. Great British Short Story
    06. Case Closed
    07. I'm A Slug
    08. Ejector Seat
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    SLUG BAIT

    Sex Lives of Animals Without Backbones

    [engl] The debut of this all-star Stockholm band featuring: Martin Savage (Martin Savage Gang, Blacks, Murder By Guitar, Holy Rollers, Locomotions, Dixie Buzzards) Manuela Iwansson (Terrible Feelings, Hurula, Manuela Iwansson) HC Andersson (Red Doves, Mitt Hjärta är en Bomb, Trapdoor Fucking Exit)
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    08.03.2019
     
  • 01. Midlife Crisis
    02. Good Time
    03. Work
    04. Bedazzled
    05. We Used To Fight
    06. Time Keeps Slipping
    07. Nothing
    08. Everybody
    09. Trophy
    10. Do You Want To Know
    11. Lips
    12. Happy Now
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    SLUMB PARTY

    Happy Now

    [engl] Debut LP from the Nottingham, funked up post punkers after their debut 7" on Erste Theke Tontrager. Keep an ear tuned to the underground and it’s odds on you’ll hear some pretty fearsome rumblings. Point your ears in the direction of Nottingham and you’ll find the righteous blast of Slumb Party – a post-punk-skronk party of such hip-gyrating magnitude they’ll make you wanna take a bulldozer to your nearest nightclub and pull shapes on the ruins. Their debut 7” dropped earlier this year via German label Erste Theke Tontraeger, and with this debut LP following so shortly afterwards, you should have a good idea of their natural pace. Fittingly, songs are concise and snappy, with flashes of everything from the rhythms of 80s Athens, GA (Pylon, early B-52s), the soul/punk hybrid of both The Nation of Ulysses and The Make-Up, the hyper-whacked sax rush of the Contortions… plus yer Minutemen, yer Gang Of Fours, yer Shoppings, yer favourite bands with attitude and heads so full of ideas you’ll find yourself wondering why most bands fail to make a sassy combination of arts and smarts sound this fkn essential. Happy Now is the title of the album, as the band ponder everything from day jobs to the passing of time with an existential fury that’s too clever to be anything other than caustic. It’s not a case of ‘how are this band so good’ as ‘who knew anything could be this good?’ One of the best records you’ll hear this year, but you already figured that out. BRB, just quitting my job to follow ‘em round on the road forever.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    16.03.2018
     
  • 01. Attention Span
    02. Cling Wrap
    03. Golden Arches
    04. Smart Phone
    05. Cause for Alarm
    06. Don't Slap the Hand that Feeds You
    07. Smart World
    08. Individuality
    09. Smart Man
    10. Smarts Theme
    11. Real Estate Agent
    12. Time on Time
    13. Thinking out Loud
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    SMARTS

    Who Needs Smarts, Anyway?

    [engl] "Smarts are a relatively new Australian band who began playing shows around Melbourne and surrounds towards the end of 2018. Combining frantic, yet taut and rapidly-paced rhythms amidst playful, almost child-like riffs and melodies that just about make you want to pull your hair out, Smarts are a sound of their own. The band stemmed out of a bedroom demo that was recorded for fun a year earlier by Billy Gardner (bass, vocals) and Mitch Campleman (guitar) in Geelong. After letting it collect dust for 12 months, they assembled a band to perform the songs live featuring Jake Robertson on drums and Sally Buckley on synth; and released the four-song demo cassette, “Smart World”. Stella Rennex later joined the band, largely filling out the sound with her eccentric saxophone parts. “Who Needs Smarts, Anyway?” was recorded by the band themselves over a weekend slumber in Geelong at the DIY studio setup; The Barracks, with finishing coats added in Melbourne before sending off to mix-master-Mikey Young in Rye. There’s a feeling throughout as if the whole thing could collapse into pieces at any moment, and just when you think it’s about to, Smarts weave their way out and into a new direction. Points of reference could be compared to the quirkiness of LA’s Suburban Lawns or Geza X, as well as citing influence from modern sounds like Japanese band Vodovo and the ever-evolving Midwest American punk scene. It could even be viewed as a refreshing and original extension of the so-called “egg punk” genre. The North American pressing of ""Who Needs Smarts, Anyway?"", limited to 400 copies, comes packaged with a double-sided risograph insert and download code. "
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    30.10.2020
     
  • 01. Death To Smirk
    02. Staring At Screens
    03. Precious Dreams
    04. Miniscule Amounts
    05. So Original
    06. Imaginary Harry
    07. Lost Cities
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    SMIRK

    E.P.

    [engl] Smirk is a solo project from Nic Vicario (CEMENTO). Following the release of ‘LP’ on Feel It (US) and Drunken Sailor (EU/UK) earlier this year, Smirk is back with a brand new EP. While ‘LP’ compiled Smirk’s two limited run cassettes, ‘EP’ is seven fresh tracks of wiry well-crafted punk with heaps of hooks. Sharp guitars and anxious one note leads adding tension to the locked in propulsive groove of the bass and drums. Nic Vicario, doing his best ‘man on wire’ routine, exudes cool confidence while poking at the anxieties of modern life. Strutting his way to the apocalypse one jittery jam at a time, ‘EP’ is agitated, catchy, and bouncy as hell. 200 pro-printed clear/clear cassettes housed in a color J-Card inside a Norelco box. Recorded by Nic Vicario. Mastered by Will Killingsworth. Art by Smoking Room.
    Format
    TAPE
    Release-Datum
    15.10.2021
     
  • 01. S Construction
    02. Violent Game
    03. Blind
    04. Eyes Conversing
    05. Lude 2
    06. Mind Temp
    07. Do You?
    08. Goons On The Beach
    09. New Way Out
    10. Lude
    11. Step
    12. Irrelevant Man
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    SMIRK

    s/t

    [engl] A year characterised by a pandemic, lockdowns, political ineptitude and oh, so much staying the fuck at home is enough to make anyone want to blow off a little steam. One overused piece of glib idiocy at the start of the Trump era was ‘at least punk will be good’, as though punk can only be good when it flips the bird to right-wing, authritarian shit-headery rather than amplifying anything else. Sure, there’ve been plenty of great records over the last four years, but sometimes (across the whole of 2020, for instance) the levels of anger, fear and frustration can be overwhelming and you need a little space to goof around. For some of us, though, goofing around is serious business - and here’s a record to illustrate that perfectly. Smirk is the solo project of Public Eye’s Nick Vicario, and while you’ll hear similarities to his main outfit across these 12 excellent tracks (from the off, you can imagine how PE might refine garage-carved nuggets like ‘S Construction’), here there’s less sang-froid and more… well, fun. The reference points you might expect are still there (Killed By Death comps and Wire, especially their 80s period, to name a couple), but with added scuzz and something even approaching joy - the whirling synths of ‘Eyes Conversing’ feel ominous, but they also convey a sense of delirious excitement. And dammit, it’s all fucking cool too. With a name like Smirk, your first instinct might well be to wonder whether Vicario is laughing at us. The first line of the album (a defiant ‘it’s not funny’) should tell you that this isn’t the case, but the album certainly finds him in playful mood. The tasteful acoustic instrumental ‘Lude 2’ descends deliberately into farce as it speeds up and slows down like a turntable alternating speeds, or a record warping in real time. Obviously you’re gonna play this on vinyl, dear reader, purchased directly from Drunken Sailor or Feel It Records, but we all know that those other listeners - not us, the other guys - are gonna chiefly listen on phones or through laptop speakers. It’s a 37-second sketch, but it prompts questions of what it means for technology to fail nowadays - can a record warp when it’s all bound up in digital files? Where does the disconnect lie between the player and the record; when the objects exist only virtually? Am I overthinking this? Oh, almost certainly, but it’s a record that’ll kick that noggin of yours into overdrive. Get involved, get addicted and laugh along.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    05.03.2021
    Format
    TAPE
    Release-Datum
    16.08.2021
     
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    SNOB

    s/t

    [engl] SNOB have snarled around the local London scene since 2014, leaving a trail of two self-released 7 inches and adulation in their wake. It’s now the year 2018, and SNOB finally bring us their fully fledged follow up of tense hardcore punk that’s characterised by frantic snotty dictation, agitated guitar lines and pummelling rhythms. The ten songs on the self-titled 12” are filled with disparities – sneering hi-energy, sentient meat and potato, adroit silliness, agitated apathy – creating a bleak and angry sonic force. The whip-smart whip-short lyrics are almost a poetry-to-arms that rails against all of the absurdities of modern living. To these ears, SNOB is like if you left YouTube tabs of ICONS OF FILTH, PENI, NOG WATT and JETSET/ BLOEBAD all playing at once, and it somehow sounded wonderful.
    Format
    MLP
    Release-Datum
    24.03.2017
     
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    SOAKIE

    s/t

    [engl] Debut seven track album from half Melbourne-half NYC Soakie. It's total no nonsense blistering, fast and energetic hardcore with a vocalist that sounds like she has been chewing on glass everyday since birth. She has a real rasp and anger that is part Nick Blinko (Rudimentary Peni) and Part Vi Subversa (Poison Girls) but the music is totally pummelling and would sit perfectly for those that love pogo punk, Teddy And the Frat Girls, The Feederz and Good Throb in equal measures. Boys On Stage is a real standout with the lyric “There’re too many fucking boys on stage” sticking in your head from one listen.
    Format
    MLP
    Release-Datum
    10.02.2020
     
  • 01. The End
    02. Time Is Passing by
    03. Apocalypse
    04. Boundaries
    05. Call of Future
    06. Broken
    07. Highlights
    08. Loser
    09. The Place
    10. Lakeside
    11. Too Many Miles
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    SOCIAL DISTRUST

    Weight of the world

    Social Distrust aus dem beschaulichen Sauerland mit ihrem 2ten Album auf Wanda Records. 11 knackig produzierte Punksongs die ganz stark an diverse Amigrößen erinnern ohne als schnöde Kopie dazustehn. Einfach großartig wie hier die Stärke der Adolescents mit der Melancholie der Generators zu mitreißenden Songs verarbeitet wird.
    Format
    LP lim
    Release-Datum
    10.08.2013
     
  • 01. Silence
    02. Nothing Left To Wreck
    03. Phoenix
    04. Strangers
    05. The Blackbirds Cry
    06. The Sinner
    07. Present
    08. About Time
    09. The Walls
    10. Backroom
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    SOCIAL DISTRUST

    Who´s My Killer

    Social Distrust wurden 2002 gegründet, die Members waren damals gerade zarte 13 Jahre alt. Schnell wurde ihr Potential entdeckt und es folgten Shows mit Größen wie Unseen, Real McKenzies, Turbo A.C.´s, Spermbirds, Deadline,... Auf ihrem neuesten Teil präsentieren uns die Jungs 10 satte Kick-Ass-Punkrocknummern, die wie gewohnt irgendwo zwischen US Bombs und Hellacopters daher kommen. Ihr Rezept ist und bleibt dabei eine melodische Gitarre, die treibende Rhytmussektion und rauer Gesang mit immer wiederkehrenden Sing-a-longs!
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    16.11.2013
     
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    SONIC AVENUES

    Television youth

    Mit einer knappen Hand voll Singles und einem Longplayer, die allesamt einschlugen wie eine Bombe, konnten sich die Jungs aber recht schnell, recht deutlich von der Konkurenz abheben und werden mittlereweile als eine der besten Pop-Punkbands Kanadas gehandelt. Zu Recht kann ich nur sagen. Jeder der das Debüt-Album nicht im Schrank hat, hat schwer was verpasst! Aber immerhin bekommt ihr heuer eure zweite Chance. Die Buben schieben mit Television Youth nämlich ihren neuen, phänomenalen Longplayer über den Teich und der friert fast ein vor cooler Hit-Nummern die da in bester Sedatives, Marked Men, Steve Adamyk Band-Tradition daherleiern!
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    30.03.2012
    EAN
    EAN 4260016926909
     
  • 01. Mara
    02. Take Back The Night
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    SOUL PATROL

    Mara

    [engl] Back in the late 70's, a small Louisiana town would quietly become home to "The Band That Souled The World". The Soul Patrol hailed from the northwestern Louisiana town of Many (pronounced man-ny), just across the Toledo Bend Reservoir from Texas. Junior high pals Buckshot Coxe (vocals, guitar) and Kenny Weaver (vocals, bass, percussion) laid the groundwork for The Soul Patrol, later graduating from Many High and crossing state lines to jam in Denton, TX while Buckshot briefly attended college. Upon returning to Many, drummer Kerwin Alexander - and his particularly loose and soulful style - was added to round out the trio, now jamming in their basement space known as THE CAVE. While their live shows at small clubs went over poorly - Weaver recalls, "We were kinda anti-everything in the area and no one got us at the time" - The Soul Patrol made it into a long-since-forgotten local studio to cut a two song demo in 1979. From there, the band decided to order a custom pressing of 50 copies (!) on their own STUD Records imprint. Almost all of the sleeveless 45s were given away to friends and at parties, vanishing into near-total obscurity for over four decades. Oh yes, THAT single - well it's simply jaw dropping stuff. A double-sided monster that simultaneously kills across the hard rock/proto-punk/Bloodstains/Killed By Death spectrums. Loud, raw, loose, Southern, and WAY ahead of the curve. "Mara" is a bona fide rocker, anchored by Buckshot's brilliant vocal and guitar lines. But hell, "Take Back the Night" truly steals the show, with an incredible fuzz guitar tone driving the main riff home while Coxe screams "HERE WE GO!" to kick off the side. An incredible punk moment, almost like the cocaine mix of "Raw Power" Stooges bashing into the verse riff of "Sub-mission" by The Sex Pistols. And it's all totally replete with attitude, excelling in the same department as fellow US first wave punk regionalists like The Crap Detectors, The Gizmos, and The (Iowa) Dogs. The Soul Patrol existed until 1981, turning in a second 45 and LP on the White Horse label - neither of which quite match the veracity and sheer raw excellence of their STUD 45. Shortly after their self-titled LP, Buckshot Coxe moved to Amsterdam and would later pass there, followed in passing by Kerwin Alexander. Reissued and widely available for the first time ever, THE SOUL PATROL's debut 45 has been carefully transferred and remastered from Kenny Weaver's personal copy (one of a handful known in existence) and paired up with a newly created picture sleeve by resident Louisiana punk Drew Owen (Sick Thoughts). First 250 copies on translucent orange vinyl with 500 more on black, all with hand-stamped picture sleeves accompanied by an insert featuring liners from Kenny Weaver and a small treasure trove of reproduced ephemera from The Soul Patrol archives, plus a download code.
    Format
    7''
    Release-Datum
    16.10.2021
     
  • 01. cutest death ever
    02. feel like shit
    03. gay love
    04. final swedish step-dad rage
    05. cri du chat
    06. born again palestinian
    07. leather weather
    08. hikikomori
    09. .............
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    SPENT FLESH

    deviant burial customs

    [engl] Spent Flesh takes highlights of American hardcore in the 1980’s and effortlessly blend them with pop punk, noise, and some avant-garde elements. This collection of songs is constantly mutating at break neck speed, all served up in a wonderful mess that blasts thru 9 songs in just over 13 minutes!
    Format
    7''
    Release-Datum
    23.03.2015
    EAN
    EAN 3481574728311