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Pestilence
Consuming Impulse 2xCD

€11.99

Pestilence
Consuming Impulse 2xCD
Hammerheart Records

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Pestilence
Malleus Maleficarum 2xCD

€11.99

Pestilence
Malleus Maleficarum 2xCD
Hammerheart Records

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Pestilence
Obsideo CD

€11.99

Pestilence
Obsideo CD
Candlelight Records

Pestilence started in 1986. Initially the band was heavily influenced by American and German thrash metal. By the time of their second album, "Consuming Impulse" from 1989, the band had developed its own style: brutal death metal. In the years that followed Pestilence became one of the prime bands in the international death metal scene. The group, based around guitarist, songwriter and (then occasional) vocalist Patrick Mameli, toured relentlessly. Most notabley, their tours in the US proved to be very successful. The band announced its comeback in 2008. Any possible skepticism was blown away when in 2009 the new album "Resurrection Macabre" hit the streets. The still loyal fan base was treated with an album that had all the classic ingredients, but showed an even better musicianship than before. The international line up consisted of singer and guitarist Patrick Mameli, bass player Tony Choy, drummer Peter Wildoer and guitarist Patrick Uterwijk. After the release of the album the band toured Europe, The US and South America, playing for old fans and metal maniacs that were way too young the first time around. "The magic was there again", says Patrick Mameli, looking back. Never a band to rest on its laurels Pestilence will again blow away the audience with the brand new studio recording. The sound on the album is dominated by the eight string guitars that both Patrick Mameli and Patrick Uterwijk started to use in the period leading up to the album. It gives the songs a brutal, low edged sound that sets a new standard in extreme metal. "The eight string guitar opened a lot of new doors for us", says Patrick Mameli. "It gives us lots of new musical options and allows us to make the music sound more brutal than before. At the same time it forced me to sing in a higher pitch, because I didn"t want to get my vocals in the way of the low tuned guitar parts. It was a blessing in disguise. My vocals sound more intense and manic than before." "Doctrine" marks also a partly new line up that is entirely Dutch again. Jeroen Paul Thesseling was already around during the "Spheres" days. The latest addition is 23 year old drummer Yuma van Eekelen, who is also making his name as member of The New Dominion. "It was partly out of idealism that I returned in 2008 with an international line up", recalls Patrick Mameli. "It was a great experience, but it was very hard to really work together due to the distance and time. For instance, we never had the possibility to practice on a regular basis. We do now. We exchange ideas, go out together and tell each other which cool albums to check out. Just like in the old tape trader days. It"s great. Pestilence finally feels like a real band again."


Tracklist:
1. Obsideo
2. Displaced
3. Aura Negative
4. NecroMorph
5. Laniatus
6. Distress
7. Soulrot
8. Saturation
9. Transition
10. Superconscious

Polar Bear Club
Chasing Hamburg CD

€9.99

Polar Bear Club
Chasing Hamburg CD
Bridge 9 Records

Polar Bear Club is the best new band of 2009. The only other bands that come to mind who have received such intense praise and excitement after only one album are Against Me! and The Gaslight Anthem, but Polar Bear Club is a totally different deal. While their 2008 debut was called "essential" by Alternative Press, the follow-up, "Chasing Hamburg," is a powerful display of an incredible band that is bound by no genre such as "rock" or "post hardcore" or "punk," and, at the end of the day, their unique sound can only be described as "for fans of Polar Bear Club." Vinyl version includes digital download.


Tracklist:
01. See The Wind
02. Living Saints
03. Boxes
04. Take Me To The Town
05. Drifting Thing
06. Light Of Local Eyes
07. Song To Persona
08. Old Fisher Burial Ground
09. One Hit Back
10. Chasing Hamburg

Primordial
A Journey's End CD

€11.99

€7.99

Primordial
A Journey's End CD
Metal Blade Records

Primordial
Spirit The Earth Aflame CD

€11.99

€7.99

Primordial
Spirit The Earth Aflame CD
Metal Blade Records

Propagandhi
Potemkin City Limits CD

€9.99

Propagandhi
Potemkin City Limits CD
Fat Wreck Records

The long awaited new full-length album from Canadian punk rock heavyweights PROPAGANDHI, the band's first new album in four years. Ten bar-raising tracks of smart, social, political, and humorous punk magic.


Tracklist:
01. A Speculative Fiction
02. Fixed Frequencies
03. Fedallah's Hearse
04. Cut Into The Earth
05. Bringer Of Greater Things
06. Die Jugend Marschiert (America's Army)
07. Rock For Sustainable Capitalism
08. Impending Halfhead
09. Life At Disconnect
10. Name And Address Witheld
11. Superbowl Patriot XXXVI
12. Iteration

Propagandhi
Where Quantity Is Job No 1 CD

€9.99

Propagandhi
Where Quantity Is Job No 1 CD

Rancid
...And Out Come The Wolves CD

€9.99

Rancid
...And Out Come The Wolves CD
Epitaph Records

"...And Out Come The Wolves" combines Dylanesque portrayals of down-and-out streetlife and personal experience with tunefully concise, dynamic songwriting to create an enduring body of work that grows better with each listen and every passing year. Styles range from the recklessly belligerent punk rock rampage of Maxwell Murder (featuring a mind-numbing Matt Freeman bass solo), to the masterful pop craftsmanship of "Ruby Soho" and the fully realized punk/ska hybrid of "Time Bomb" (a sound that Armstrong and Freeman pioneered in their first band Operation Ivy). Produced by Jerry Finn and mixed by Andy Wallace this record is deservedly among the most influential and successful of its time.


Tracklist:
01. Maxwell Murder
02. The 11th Hour
03. Roots Radicals
04. Time Bomb
05. Olympia WA.
06. Lock, Step & Gone
07. Junkie Man
08. Listed M.I.A.
09. Ruby Soho
10. Daily City Train
11. Journey To The End Of The East Bay
12. She's Automatic
13. Old Friend
14. Disorder And Disarray
15. The Wars End
16. You Don't Care Nothin'
17. As Wicked
18. Avenues & Alleyways
19. The Way I Feel

Rancid
Let's Go CD

€9.99

Rancid
Let's Go CD
Epitaph Records

Ravencult
Morbid Blood CD

€10.99

Ravencult
Morbid Blood CD
Hells Headbangers Records

Red Fang
Murder The Mountains CD

€11.99

Red Fang
Murder The Mountains CD
Relapse Records

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Reverence
The Asthenic Ascension CD

€10.99

Reverence
The Asthenic Ascension CD
Candlelight Records


Tracklist:
1.Earth
2. Darwin's Black Hall
3. The Descent
4. Psalm IV
5. Ghost of Dust
6. Cold Room
7. Genesis of Everything
8. Those who Believed
9. The Asthenic Ascension

Rise Against
Endgame CD

€9.99

Rise Against
Endgame CD

The Rival Mob
Mob Justice CD

€11.99

The Rival Mob
Mob Justice CD
Revelation Records

Drawn up by some of the most unsavory souls in the Boston underground hardcore scene and reinforced by members who have done time in infamous area bands like MIND ERASER, RIGHTEOUS JAMS, MENTAL, XFILESX, and many others, THE RIVAL MOB have become darlings of the current hardcore scene, inspiring shameless violence and playing high on the bill at the most important hardcore festivals in America: This Is Hardcore in Philadelphia, Sound and Fury in California, and Chaos in Tejas in Austin, Texas. Not only are their live appearances a hot commodity, but the merch lines at their shows draw more attention than the opening bands, often selling out of shirts and music in mere minutes, and all of their out-of-print vinyl releases on some of the most respected labels (Triple B, Lockin' Out, and Six Feet Under) fetch outrageous sums at online auctions and are in constant demand. In between serving time with their current other projects WORLD WAR 4, GIVE, NO TOLERANCE and BOSTON STRANGLER, the band will be playing on both coasts highlighted once again by the big summer festivals as well as their first-ever trip across the Atlantic to Europe. The band's Revelation Records debut picks up right where their previous EP Hardcore For Hardcore left off, with vocalist Brendan Radigan spewing venom at the ills that plague both the outside world and the scene itself, all delivered over fast, stagedive-inspiring hardcore that brings to mind the best of mid- to late-80s New York hardcore bands like YOUTH OF TODAY, WARZONE, and BREAKDOWN. As exclaimed by Radigan on stage at 2012's This Is Hardcore fest, "People say winter is coming. Motherfucker, Mob Justice is what's coming!"


Tracklist:
1. Intro Grunt
2. Mob Justice
3. It Must Be Nice…
4. Boot Party
5. Life Or Death
6. Fake Big
7. Be Somebody
8. Friendly Freaks
9. Brutes Of Force
10. Self-Esteem
11. Cheapo Grosso
12. Thought Control
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