180 Gram record housed in a paste on board sleeve. Indiscriminate cruelty to common people: the slogan could be about war or it could be about your eardrums while listening to 'Tragedy.'
Disclose's first LP is a landmark of cacophonous, guitar-forward noisy hardcore. Heavily influenced by classic 80s Swedish raw punk, these fifteen songs perfect the unrelenting formula as only Kawakami could.
Originally released in Japan on the cult label Overthrow in 1994, this reissue restores the fierce original mix two decades later. It differs from the mix on later represses hailing from Uppsala, where Swedish bombshelter-dwellers keep the flame alive. This authorized reissue reproduces the original artwork, with insert. Crack your brain up!
Tracklisting: 1. Dying Of Disease 2. Fear Of The War 3. Pollution 4. We Lose Everything 5. Burn To Damage 6. Nuclear Explosion 7. Abolition 8. The Cruelty Of War 9. Conquest 10. Destruction 11. Hellish View 12. Tragedy 13. Indiscriminately Kill 14. Torture 15. The End Of Blood
For the first time ever, the three Crisis singles are officially re-released on Vinyl along with demos from 77 and 78 and a simply stunning sounding live set from Norway in 1979.
The debut 7" from 1978 on Action Group Records, 'No Town Hall' features three stonewall punk classics.
The next two singles 'UK79' and 'Alienation' make up the four tracks recorded for a John Peel Session in 1978.
The lyrics are a product of the time against a backdrop of street fights with the National Front, violence at gigs, institutional racism within the police force, class division, industrial strife, sexual repression…
Upon reflection not much has really changed in the last 30 years!
Also included are demo tracks from 1977 and 1978 which are raw and basic punk just as you would expect. They have never been officially released on vinyl before.
Sides Three and Four features a live set recorded when Crisis played Norway in 1979 which features all of the material that later turned up on ‘Hymns Of Faith’. The sound quality of the recording is so good it would pass as a studio recording.
Tracklisting: Side A: 1. Holocaust 2. P.C 1984 3. No Town Hall 4. White Youth 5. UK ’79 6. Bruckwood Hospital 7. Alienation
Side B: 8. UK ’79 9. Red Brigades 10. Militant 11. Kill Kill Kill 12. P.C 1984
Side C: 13. Laughin’ 14. Afraid 15. Red Brigades 16. On TV
Side D: 17. Back In The USSR 18. Frustration 19. Kanada Kommando
180 Gram record housed in a paste on board sleeve. Layer upon layer of noise and distortion, like ashes of nuclear apocalypse raining down.
The final LP Disclose released, in 2004, captured the band at a high point. When other d-beat raw punk bands were running low on ideas, Kawakami reinvented the sound, incorporating more metallic influences like Broken Bones while still sticking assiduously close to the template.
Originally released for Disclose's tour of the US west coast, 'Yesterday's Fairytale, Tomorrow's Nightmare' includes ten tracks and closes with a rampaging masterpiece, the 10-minute 'Wardead,' which exists on another astral plane from generic Discharge copyists.
This authorized reissue reproduces the original artwork and includes a new insert with liner notes by Stuart Schrader.
Tracklisting: 1:Mass Death And Destruction 2:Nowhere To Run 3:Visions Of Chaos 4:But Still Work (Victims Of The Mine) 5:Apocalypse Of Death 6:Neverending War 7:Yesterday's Fairytale, Tomorrow's Nightmare 8:The Sound Of Disaster 9:Crawling Chaos :Wardead
Tokyo’s KRIEGSHÖG return with a three new track EP of distorted Japanese hardcore.
Catchy bass driven diabolic hardcore with a vocal style that brings to mind “Who the Helpless” era KURO and the LSD flexi as much as the relentless LA’s ICONOCLAST D-Beat attack creating a background soundtrack for the insanity that is Tokyo’s existance..
The 7” is housed in a DISCHARGE EP style sleeve with flaps on the outside and thumb cut and comes with a lyric insert.
The New Wave of Brutality and Hardcore Massacre has arrived. Tokyo punks KRIEGSHÖG are back with their first full length. After 3 7”s that we love at LVEUM they finally went for the album. Thirteen tracks of extremely bass driven hardcore destruction. The recording is relentless, full of energy and distorted. Yet moving from the ultra blown out recording of their earlier output. This is the band’s most dynamic recording so far and in our humble opinion is destined to be a classic and genre defining album. Second Press released in time for Static Shock Weekend 16 where KRIEGSHÖG played their first ever European show. Second Press LP comes housed in a heavy duty paste on board sleeve with heavy weight inner sleeve. Overall a top quality packaging for a top quality record.
Tracklisting: 1.Nightmare 2.Heathen (Code Z) 3.Just Because 4.Temptation 5.Zouo 6.Evolution 7.Mutation 8.Purpose 9.Burn 10.Fear The Justice 11.Human 12.Tokyo 13.Life Is...