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Kaaos
Nukke EP

5.99

Kaaos
Nukke EP
Havoc Records

Kaaos
Ristiinnaulittu Kaaos LP

15.99

Kaaos
Ristiinnaulittu Kaaos LP
Havoc Records

Kataklysm
Epic The Poetry Of War LP

14.99

Kataklysm
Epic The Poetry Of War LP
Animate Records

Kataklysm
Sorcery LP

14.99

Kataklysm
Sorcery LP

Katalepsy
Gravenous Hour LP

18.99

Katalepsy
Gravenous Hour LP
Unique Leader Records

Katechon
Man God Giant LP

17.99

Katechon
Man God Giant LP
Nuclear War Now Productions

The word "katechon" refers to the restraining force or entity tethering the Antichrist, and thus maintaining equipoise between existence and annihilation. Sonically and conceptually, Katechon exhibits the control, power, and restraint associated with the theological concept giving rise to the band's name. At this point in the lineage of extreme metal, the lines between the various subgenres are nearly indistinguishably blurred. Bands emerging at this stage are almost certainly influenced by Black, Death, and Thrash metal in relatively equal parts in addition to drawing influence from genres outside the traditional spectrum of metal. This amorphous state, has led many bands to retreat into strict rehashing of formulaic retro approaches. Katechon, however, embraces the entropic merging of stylistic and aesthetic projections from the various branches of the genre and beyond. Under scrutiny since the release of its demo last year, Norway's Katechon now presents its debut full-length recording. "Man, God, Giant" reinforces the sound presented on Katechon's previous recordings*, but features superb production that amplifies the impact of the tracks. Each of the three songs featured on the demo is reworked and incorporated into the album. Katechon's sound is an amalgamation of Black, Death, and Thrash metal, but played with a precision and authenticity that avoids dilution. Instead the result is frenetic and possessed, devoid of theatrics and self-indulgent virtuosity, and features highly proficient and intricate songwriting executed with precision. With philosophically oriented lyrics and adorned with an esoteric and surreal visual aesthetic, "Man, God, Giant" presents a unique vision for the future direction of metal in which an equilibrium must be maintained between rote rehashing of past trends and the indiscriminate collision of clashing styles and sounds. Katechon rests perfectly at this equilibrium point, holding at bay the forces of dissolution.


Tracklist:
1. Endless Funeral 02:55
2. Spring of Man 02:15
3. Black Rain / Ungodly Rituals 05:26
4. Liquid Decadence 03:09
5. Transition 03:12
6. Man, God, Giant 03:20
7. Endgames 04:05
8. Deathly Treasures 02:30
9. Unbeing 02:21
10. Beautiful Desolation 05:24

Keep It Clear
Self Titled EP

3.99

Keep It Clear
Self Titled EP
Not Just Words Records

Continuing the sound they started on the demo, KEEP IT CLEAR from Vancouver, Canada delivers 8 fast tracks of fast old school hardcore. We hear influences of Right Brigade, Floorpunch and old American Nightmare and therfore perfectly fitting on Not Just Words records. This is what to expect, so pre-order now. The EP comes with a free digital download ticket.


Tracklist:
01. On Our Own
02. Imposter
03. Puppet On A String
04. Way It Is
05. See It My Way
06. The Deal
07. Alone
08. No Punches Pulled

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Kids Insane
All Over LP

11.99

Kids Insane
All Over LP
Redfield Records

Kids Insane
Frustrated EP

4.99

Kids Insane
Frustrated EP
Take It Back Records

Kids Insane is an angry hardcore band drawing its momentum from politics and events of the not-so-ordinary life in the state of Israel. In its lyrics, the band addresses issues such as the state of the nation, and the country's lost generation of kids with no future ahead. Loaded with sarcasm, Kids Insane brings in a fresh and new attitude to the international hardcore community, where politics seem to have become a matter of the past. Kids Insane's latest EP was mixed by Dean Baltulonis (The Hope Conspiracy, The Suicide File, Give Up The Ghost, and The Hold Steady). Guest vocals by Scott Wade (Comeback Kid). Includes download in your choice of MP3 320, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.

Killing Time
The Method CD

9.90

Killing Time
The Method CD
Blackout Records

True to the hardcore roots that made them one of NY's most revered old-school bands, in 1997, Killing Time presented 'The Method,' an album filled with 18 songs of angry, uncompromising hardcore.


Tracklist:
01. Used To It
02. It Must Be Nice
03. Cayce
04. Can't Get Around It
05. Quietly
06. Symptom
07. The Method
08. Outgroup
09. Sidelined
10. And I
11. Personal Hardcore
12. Occupied
13. Junkdrawer
14. Scared
15. Happy Hour
16. Another Day
17. Pokerface
18. Are You Comfortable?

King Nine
The Art Of War EP

6.50

King Nine
The Art Of War EP

Knelt Rote
Trespass LP

15.99

Knelt Rote
Trespass LP
Nuclear War Now Productions

Knelt Rote has emerged over the past few years as something of an anomaly in the underground. While the band's earliest work veered heavily into Grindcore, the band's style has broadened considerably over the past several releases as the band has fleshed out the composition of its tracks and added more elements of Death and Black metal into its body of work. Listening to the band's third full-length, "Trespass," it is clear that Knelt Rote executes these more nuanced strains of extreme metal with a rare sense of precision and focus. What further separates Knelt Rote from its peers is the heavy Harsh Noise influence that the band incorporates into its work adding additional layers of depth and dimension. "Trespass," like its predecessor "Insignificance," is textured and fluid in a way that few extreme metal albums are. The weaving of a palette of Harsh Noise and experimental sounds throughout the recording adds to an overall atmosphere and heightened complexity while the devastating cruelty of the Metal portion of the album is left intact. Lyrically and conceptually, "Trespass" deals with the themes that run throughout the body of work that Knelt Rote has generated thus far: the insignificance of the individual, the crushing momentum of the impending annihilation of our species, and the collapse of the individual mind amid the vast system of societal dissolution. The artwork associated with "Trespass" (executed by band member Gordon Ashworth) further reinforces these concepts. A composite whole that is more than the sum of its parts, "Trespass" is unique without sounding forced and more pertinent and forward-looking than much of the current underground metal output.

Koldbrann
Vertigo 2xLP

20.99

Koldbrann
Vertigo 2xLP

Koro
700 Club EP

4.99

Koro
700 Club EP
Sorry State Records

Originally released in 1983 and highly sought after by record collectors, the 7" release from Tennessee's Koro has finally been remastered and repressed and made available for the masses. This record is comprised of eight tracks of blistering hardcore punk with ferocious leads and pounding drums, creating a sound that would be influencing bands for years, including bands like Direct Control, Government Warning and Career Suicide.


Tracklist:
01. 700 Club
02. Selfless
03. Its O.K.
04. Government
05. Dear Sirs
06. Blap!
07. Nauseous
08. Acid Casualty

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Krallice
Diotima CD

11.90

Krallice
Diotima CD
Profound Lore Records

It didn't take long for Brooklyn, NY's KRALLICE to get notoriety. Initially formed because of a desired collaboration between notorious avant-garde shredder Mick Barr and technical guitar wizard Colin Marston, for both musicians to explore a more black metal terrain with their music, KRALLICE was originally supposed to be a one-off kind of sporadic project for both musicians to create an album, with vocals (which both musicians weren't even used to), with an actual band, and with the uncertainty that there would be any more albums following the self-titled debut. That thought would quell quickly enough as KRALLICE immediately became a functioning band, playing shows along with their debut garnering critical acclaim all across the board through many prominent media outlets and immediately, KRALLICE would become a one-of-akind act within extreme metal. A band unlike anything the scene has befallen upon. And it wouldn't take long for the inspiration to come full-on, as the creative surge coming from KRALLICE would accelerate as the band continued to write and immediately would conjure material that would make their epic undertaking "Dimensional Bleedthrough" come out only a year after their debut. "Dimensional Bleedthrough" nonetheless would raise even more eyebrows and it came to a point where KRALLICE would eventually become the most recognized musical outlet out of all of Mick Barr and Colin Marston's other musical endeavors. Two musicians who have already had a pedigree in progressive/technical/avant-garde music/metal prior to KRALLICE even forming. And now with KRALLICE's third album "Diotima", the band have undoubtedly released their darkest, heaviest, most-dense, hypnotizing, challenging and accomplished album to date, a turning point album for KRALLICE if there ever was one. The album the band themselves are the most satisfied with and the album (in every aspect possible, from the playing, the performances, and ultimately the production) in which will even more solidify KRALLICE's importance as one of the most prominent and unique extreme metal bands and exports from America today.


Tracklist:
1. Intro
2. Inhume
3. The Clearing
4. Diotima
5. Litany Of Regrets
6. Telluric Rings
7. Dust And Light

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