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  • Goddamnit Goddamnit Quick View

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    Goddamnit

    The debut full-length on Asian Man Records from this Chicago 3-piece is hands down, the perfect listening in the wake of a broken heart. Featuring ex-members of 88 Fingers Louise and Slapstick, the Alkaline Trio combines harsh, emotion-filled pop-punk wit.
    1. Cringe
    2. Cop
    3. San Francisco
    4. Nose Over Tail
    5. As You Were
    6. Enjoy Your Day
    7. Clavicle
    8. My Little Needle
    9. Southern Rock
    10. Message From Kathlene
    11. Trouble Breathing
    12. Sorry About That
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    Alkaline Trio

    This collection includes both the band's out of print EPs and 7s in their entirety, along with collecting the band's various one-off compilation appearances. What separates this record from most compilations of its kind is both consistency and excellent sequencing. This is the band's best batch of songs since Goddamnit!, and although taken from disparate sources, the record has the feel of a long-player. The album's lyrical content explores a variety of topics -- well, at least topics that deal with drinking and girls. These beer-drenched tales of love (and more importantly, loss) are told with foul-mouthed eloquence not seen this side of Blake Schwarzenbach. This includes everything from the slacker alienation of Cooking Wine, to the straight-on guilt of I Lied My Face Off. A must for any Trio fan. - Ari Wiznitzer (All Music Guide)
    1. Goodbye Forever
    2. This Is Getting Over You
    3. Bleeder
    4. I Lied My Face Off
    5. My Friend Peter
    6. Snake Oil Tanker
    7. Southern Rock
    8. Cooking Wine
    9. For Your Lungs Only
    10. Sun Dials
    11. Nose Over Tail
    12. '97
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    My Shame Is True

    Cult punk rock heroes, Alkaline Trio return with My Shame Is True, their most dynamic album to date. Recorded with Bill Stevenson of punk legends The Descendents and Black Flag and with Jason Livermore at the producers' Blasting Room Studios in Colorado, My Shame Is True pushes the band into new musical terrain while embracing their classic Trio sound. The album contains 40 minutes of passionate punk-filled rock that showcases guitarist/vocalist Matt Skiba, bassist/vocalist Dan Andriano and drummer Derek Grant at their absolute best.


    We're very proud of it," says Matt Skiba. "Once we got in the studio, the songs really took on a shape of their own." From the album's first melodic opener "She Lied To The FBI" to the first single, " I Wanna Be A Warhol" the Trio waste no time setting the tone for their energetic, hook-filled, eighth studio album. For the first time ever on an Alkaline Trio record, My Shame Is True finds a guest appearance from Rise Against's Tim Mcllarth on rousing punk rock anthem, "I , Pessimist", while songs like "I'm Only Here to Disappoint" and album closer, "Till Death Do Is Part" remind fans of classic Trio, with stellar song-writing and catchy choruses.


    Determined to never make the same record twice, Alkaline Trio have preserved the most electric elements of their collaborative songwriting abilities while pushing ahead creatively and as a band. With multiple world tours, numerous chart successes, and over fifteen years under their belt, the dark punk trio have cemented their legacy with My Shame Is True. It's never been about being rich or famous," continues Skiba. "We always wanted to have the band be our career to have that longevity that should be the goal. We are going to do it until it stops being fun. If it ever feels like a job, why would you be involved in the arts at all? We have the right chemistry as a band and with crowds, big or small. We have community within a community."

    1. She Lied To The FBI
    2. I Wanna Be A Warhol
    3. I'm Only Here To Disappoint
    4. Kiss You To Death
    5. The Temptation Of St. Anthony
    6. I, Pessimist
    7. Only Love
    8. The Torture Doctor
    9. Midnight Blue
    10. One Last Dance
    11. Young Lovers
    12. Until Death Do Us Part
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  • Maybe I'll Catch Fire Maybe I'll Catch Fire Quick View

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    Maybe I'll Catch Fire

    The second full-length release from this powerful punk rock trio.
    1. Keep 'Em Coming
    2. Madam Me
    3. You've Got So Far To Go

    4. Fuck You Aurora
    5. Sleepyhead
    6. Maybe I'll Catch Fire
    7. Tuck Me In
    8. She Took Him To The Lake
    9. 5-3-10-4
    10. Radio
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  • Rarities Vol. 1: The Covers Rarities Vol. 1: The Covers Quick View

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    Rarities Vol. 1: The Covers

    No Use For A Name is one of THE most successful and prolific acts to come out of the 90's skate-punk scene. But there's a lot more to it than that. Just have a look at their family tree, it has bands like Spazz, Foo Fighters, and Suicidal Tendencies to count among its branches. No really, think about that: the dude from that infamous grindcore band was in NUFAN?!? Their long, unpredictable journey has been full of twists, turns, and alternate routes that led them to be one of the best-selling outfits of their genre. They've done it all: Warped Tour's main stage, MTV, a live record, and an even a recent greatest hits album entitled, All The Best Songs. Hey, you know you've made it when you finally get a greatest hits collection! Not bad for some goofy kids from San Jose who started out with a couple hardcore 7s

    Early No Use releases appeared on New Red Archives, a San Francisco punk label operated by Nicky Garratt of the UK Subs. Believe it or not, in the late 80's it actually made sense that they would be labelmates with Reagan Youth, Social Unrest, and Christ On A Crutch. An AllMusic review describes their early material as, hulking hardcore with mighty fists full of metal. Angry and Threatening. This was a gritty, hardcore punk band, known mostly for their growling vocals and dark lyrical themes. Then came the first unforeseen occurrence: frontman Tony Sly unexpectedly developed into a proficient songwriter and mastered melody like few punk bands can ever do. Nobody knows where those gifts come from and you never see it coming, but suddenly No Use For A Name was starting to make music that people actually liked.

    As is natural, the band kept evolving, and things changed in a major way for the band when they signed to Fat Wreck Chords in the mid-90's. Their 8-song Fat debut, The Daily Grind EP, drew comparisons to Bad Religion and was a marked step up, but it was 1995's, ¡Leche con Carne!, that would cement No Use For A Name as a successful band for years to come. The album was their best yet and bore a hit song (Soul Mate) that landed them on alternative radio charts, which, for a scrappy punk band, was a complete deviation from industry norms. Stranger yet, was that they made a music video and MTV even played the damn thing! What followed obviously was commercial success in the form of six-figure album sales, another anomaly in the world of indie-punk bands and something that would set the stage for later melodic punk bands like Blink 182, et al. From then on it was steady sailing with a string of successful records and tours from the band. Most notably was 1997's darker, and somehow faster, Making Friends; followed by 1999's hyper-catchy More Betterness!. It was during these halcyon days that Chris Shiflett held down 6-string duties for NUFAN before accepting an offer to join Foo Fighters on lead guitar.

    The years went by for the perennial punk powerhouse and the band did numerous world tours, amassing album sales that would eventually total in the 7 figures. Pretty remarkable when you think about it. The new millennium was also a fruitful time for the boys. It started in 2001 with the release of their Live In A Dive album, which was very successful abroad where people were especially hungry for No Use's live performances. In 2002 they released their poppiest effort, Hard Rock Bottom, which was stocked with upbeat tempos and radio-friendly melodies. Their most recent and seemingly final studio album came in 2008. Ironically titled The Feel Good Album Of The Year, the album was a tinge darker and more aggressive than their recent releases and the band reminded us all that their songs still had urgency and bite.

    After 25 years, No Use For A Name disbanded in 2012 when frontman Tony unexpectedly passed away. Anthony J. Sly (November 4, 1970 - July 31, 2012) died at home, in his sleep on a Tuesday morning, at age 41. Fat Mike-label head and long-time friend to Tony-was staggered by the news and offered, One of my dearest friends and favorite songwriters has gone way too soon. Tony, you will be greatly missed. No one could've predicted his passing, and needless to say, it shook the very foundation of the Fat Wreck family and the underground music community as a whole. Tony was loved and respected by a wide variety of artists and musicians, and nowhere is that more evident than the roster of contributors to The Songs of Tony Sly: A Tribute; a compilation of NUFAN songs covered by bands like Bad Religion, Frank Turner, The Gaslight Anthem, Alkaline Trio, and many more. Bands from the Americas, Europe, Australia, UK, and even Israel contributed to this final chapter in the storied career of No Use For A Name. The collection will be released on October 29th, 2013, and all proceeds will go towards the Tony Sly Memorial Fund, which has been established to help Tony's wife Brigitte and their daughters, Fiona and Keira.

    1. Turning Japanese
    2. Hybrid Moments
    3. I've Heard
    4. Selwyn's Got a Problem
    5. Enjoy the Silence
    6. Badfish
    7. Dream Police
    8. Fairytale of New York
    9. Making Our Dreams Come True
    10. 1945
    11. Don't Cry for me Argentina
    12. The Munsters' Theme
    13. Beth
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  • Damnesia Damnesia Quick View

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    Damnesia

    Its been 13 years since the Alkaline Trio released their first full-length album, Goddamnit. In that time, theyve toured the world, sold over a million records, and expanded their sound radically beyond their original straight-ahead punk style, incorporating production slick enough to earn them mass exposure on multiple outlets.


    Now comes an amazing retrospective of those 13 years, Damnesia, as ALK3 takes to the studio to record acoustic versions of 13 fan favorites and 2 new songs. These are not throwaway versions, but powerful reimaginings that drive as hard as the originals while bringing out the melodic greatness of these classics.


    A radio hit like This Could Be Love now features moody piano, a Matt Skiba vocal take to die for, and will connect immediately with every fan who ever loved the song. With the band on their Damnesia tour in the summer of 2011 promoting the new versions, Damnesia will quickly become a fan must-have release.

    1. Calling All Skeletons (Agony & Irony)

    2. Nose Over Tail (Goddamnit)
    3. This Could Be Love (Good Mourning)
    4. Every Thug Needs A Lady (Good Mourning)
    5. Clavicle (Goddamnit)
    6. Mercy Me (Crimson)
    7. The American Scream (This Addiction)
    8. We've Had Enough (Good Mourning)
    9. Olde English 800 (New Song)
    10. I Held Her In My Arms (Violent Femmes cover)
    11. Blue In The Face (Good Mourning)
    12. I Remember A Rooftop (New Song)
    13. Private Eye (From Here To Infirmary)
    14. You've Got So Far To Go (Maybe I'll Catch Fire)
    15. Radio (Maybe I'll Catch Fire)
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    Agony & Irony

    180 Gram Clear Vinyl Deluxe Edition With Bonus Tracks


    Triple Panel Reverse Cardboard Gatefold


    16 Page Music Sheet / Lyric Booklet

    Agony & Irony is the sixth studio album by Alkaline Trio, originally released on July 1, 2008 on Epic Records. Regarding this album, vocalist and guitarist Matt Skiba stated that the band set out to record an anthemic hard rock record.

    LP 1
    1. Calling All Skeletons
    2. Help Me
    3. In Vein
    4. Over And Out
    5. I Found Away
    6. Do You Wanna Know?
    7. Live Young, Die Fast
    8. Love Love, Kiss Kiss


    LP 2
    1. Lost And Rendered
    2. Ruin It
    3. Into The Night
    4. In My Stomach
    5. Maybe I'll Catch Fire (Acoustic)
    6. Live Young, Die Fast (Acoustic)
    7. Into The Night (Acoustic)
    8. Over and Out (Acoustic)
    9. Lost and Rendered (Acoustic)
    10. Burned Is The House

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    GNV FLA (Lithograph)

    With their ninth album GNV FLA, named in honor of their hometown of Gainesville, Florida, Less Than Jake reverts back to the roots of what has made them ska-punk icons. Musically, GNV FLA is a return to form and it revisits the traditional Less Than Jake trademark sound of horn driven, bouncy ska grooves. Produced by Matt Allison (Rise Against, Alkaline Trio, The Falcon) at Atlas Studios in Chicago. The record is due out on the band's own Sleep It Off Records and it's their first non-major label album since 2000's Borders and Boundaries.


    Comes with bonus 7 and signed lithograph

    1. City Of Gainesville
    2. The State Of Florida
    3. Does the Lion City Still Roar?
    4. Summon Monsters
    5. Abandon Ship
    6. Handshake Meets Pokerface
    7. Settling Son
    8. Malachi Richter's Liquor's Quicker
    9. Golden Age Of My Negative Ways
    10. The Space They Can't Touch
    11. Conviction Notice
    12. This One's Gonna Leave A Bruise
    13. The Life Of The Party Has Left The Building
    14. Devil In My DNA
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  • Breakdown Breakdown Quick View

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    Breakdown

    Is Divorce Rock a genre? I guess that's how one would describe that band Everclear, hmmm...
    Well, this is way better than Everclear. Breakdown is like dark, new wave Americana. Imagine if
    Prince and Ryan Adams went on a road trip and confessed all their wrongdoings. It'd be cathartic
    and grim, but it'd also be awesome and weird.


    Most people know Derek Grant as the ripping drummer in Alkaline Trio, but he's been making music
    for years and can sing and play any instrument like a virtuoso. It's actually really unfair and annoying
    how good he is at making music. The release of this batch of songs is the final bit of closure on a
    rough, turbulent part of Derek's life, and thankfully for us, the final product is much more upbeat and
    likable than the trials that inspired Breakdown.

    1. Holiday Breakdown
    2. Waiting For The End Of The World
    3. Got A Feeling
    4. Turn And Walk Away
    5. Lucy
    6. Love Is A Bad Dream
    7. Good Long Look
    8. You Don't Know
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    The Speakeasy

    The Speakeasy is undoubtedly Smoke Or Fire's pièce de rÉsistance. Every element of The Speakeasy suggests that the band has finally realized their potential and it's a complete album in the truest sense, lacking nothing, while offering varied, yet equally enthralling melodies and music on each of its 13 tracks. Constructed around the cornerstone of the guitar driven, heavy punk rock sound they are known for, this album evolves much farther. Innovative melodies are ushered along by clever guitar work as gruff vocals give way at times to a more polished pitch.


    From the jumpy cadence of 1968, to the anthemic sound of Integrity, to the folk based Honey I Was Right About the War, The Speakeasy maintains high energy throughout, while displaying a range of songwriting mastery. Add to this the fact that Smoke or Fire brought in a new rhythm section featuring Ryan Parrish (Darkest Hour) on drums and Gwomper (Avail) on bass, along with enlisting the production talents of Matt Allison (Alkaline Trio, Lawrence Arms).

    1. Integrity

    2. Monsters Among Us

    3. 1968

    4. Sleepwalking

    5. Neon Light

    6. Hope & Anchor

    7. Honey I Was Right About the War

    8. Porch Wine

    9. Everything Falls Apart

    10. Expatriate

    11. The Speakeasy

    12. Shotgun
    13. Utah
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    Handwritten


    Blue Colored Vinyl


    The late Nashville songwriter Harlan Howard famously defined the ingredients of a great song as three chords and the truth. Every songwriter knows three chords, but laying bare the truth? Now that can be an altogether trickier affair. In January of 2012, The Gaslight Anthem piled into their old tour van and headed across the New Jersey state line for a 14 hour road trip to Nashville on their own quest for the truth. Their destination was 2806 Azalea Place, Nashville, Blackbird Studio, where the New Brunswick quartet had booked five weeks recording time with producer Brendan O'Brien (Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam, AC/DC). Their mission: to reconnect with rock 'n' roll in its most feral, pure, stripped-raw form.


    Brian Fallon was thirteen years old when he discovered The Clash's self-titled debut album in the racks of Sound Effects Records in Hackettstown, New Jersey: the owner of the store promised the young teenager that the record would change his life. He wasn't wrong. But there was a time, not so very long ago, when The Gaslight's Anthem frontman had grown weary of the sound of electric guitars. After three albums of soulful, impassioned, hearts-on-fire punk rock, Sink Or Swim (2007), The '59 Sound (2008) and American Slang (2010), Fallon needed a change of pace, a change of scenery.


    And so, in January of 2011, together with TGA guitar tech Ian Perkins, he formed The Horrible Crowes, a darkly melancholic side-project inspired by his love of The Afghan Whigs, Tom Waits and PJ Harvey. After the band's acclaimed debut album Elsie dropped in September, Fallon joined fellow punk rock troubadours Chuck Ragan, Dan Andriano (Alkaline Trio) and Dave Hause (The Loved Ones) on the acoustic Revival Tour, airing stripped-down versions of Gaslight Anthem and Horrible Crowes songs to packed rooms across Europe. And then he returned home to New Jersey and Gaslight, re-energized, renewed and ready to make a full-tilt rock 'n' roll record again.


    After six weeks of that there's nothing you want to hear more than a Marshall stack turned all the way up, he says with a laugh. The result is Handwritten, the most committed, affecting and compelling album of The Gaslight Anthem's career to date. Introduced by muscular lead-off single 45, which received it's world premiere on BBC Radio 1 as Zane Lowe's Hottest Record In The World on April 30, it finds the Jersey boys in inspired form, decanting '60's soul, '70's stadium rock, '80s hardcore and '90's grunge into eleven white-knuckle, blue-collar everyman anthems. Fallon likens its incandescent electrical storms to Tom Petty songs (being) played by Pearl Jam. Put more simply, it's a supercharged American rock 'n' roll classic.


    We've taken everything we do and gone to 10 with it, explains Fallon. This is definitely the Gaslight Anthem record I would want next, if I were a fan. American Slang was cool, but this sounds like a band who has plugged back into the electric socket again. I think these songs are the closest thing to what we should have always sounded like, adds guitarist Alex Rosamilia. We just hadn't figured out yet how to play it right.


    Fallon credits Brendan O'Brien for capturing the raw, live-off-the-floor feel of Handwritten. Fine-tuned in the living room of the small rental house the band shared in Nashville, its eleven tracks were recorded with the whole band eyeball-to-eyeball in one room at Blackbird, vibing off one another's energy. The electricity in the recordings is tangible. Brendan taught us a ton about songwriting and recording as a band, Fallon notes. The whole experience was amazing. That's the guy that recorded Pearl Jam, that's the guy that recorded Bruce Springsteen, that's the guy that did Rage Against The Machine; and that's the guy you want to say 'It's good', because when he says it's good, that's when it's good.


    The purity of O'Brien's stark, unadorned recording process served to inspire Fallon's approach to the lyrical themes on Handwritten too. Where previous Gaslight Anthem albums evoked deathless images of Americana, all Cadillacs, jukeboxes, Ferris wheels and wistful, romanticized vignettes of star-struck lovers disappearing into the great wide open, Handwritten is rooted in Fallon's own experiences, lending the record a more immediate, emotional edge. Now I am no angel but I got nothing to hide, the singer rasps on the brooding grunge-noir of Too Much Blood. Can you say the same thing for yourself tonight?


    It's supposed to be a letter to whoever is listening, says Fallon. Like, this is what we got beat up by and maybe you did too. There's so many things that I just never wrote about, real personal stuff that I just wasn't ready to talk about yet. Now I think being an adult I have some reflection on it. We wanted to look back on the music that we first found when we were in high school. The truth is, if you're my age, you were listening to Peal Jam and Nirvana and Soundgarden. When that music came out these were guys that we could relate to. They weren't the biggest bands in the world by accident.


    And it's no accident either that with Handwritten, the Gaslight Anthem themselves sound built to take on the world. After years paying their dues in the punk rock underground, their major label debut is assuredly the work of a young band who know their time is now. And their laidback, charismatic frontman is ready. I've always been ready for arenas, Fallon smiles. I've just been waiting for them to catch up to me. I want to play Giant Stadium, I always wanted to be a major label, major league band. If I can be the kid that's on the cover of Time magazine, I'll take it. And I'll buy you a drink while I'm at it.

    1. 45
    2. Handwritten
    3. Here Comes My Man
    4. Mulholland Drive
    5. Keepsake
    6. Too Much Blood
    7. Howl
    8. Biloxi Parish
    9. Desire
    10. Mae
    11. National Anthem
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    Kick

    Taking as much influence from The Lemonheads as they do Alkaline Trio, Sundials' brand of hook filled pop has been filling basements, clubs, and
    garages since their inception in late 2009. Kick was recorded at Noisy Little Critter in West Chester, PA with producer Mike Bardzik (Spraynard,
    Everyone Everywhere).
    1. Dealin'
    2. Splinter
    3. Gained a Grip
    4. Stun Spore
    5. Kick
    6. Eugene
    Sundials
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    GNV FLA

    With their ninth album GNV FLA, named in honor of their hometown of Gainesville, Florida, Less Than Jake reverts back to the roots of what has made them ska-punk icons. Musically, GNV FLA is a return to form and it revisits the traditional Less Than Jake trademark sound of horn driven, bouncy ska grooves. Produced by Matt Allison (Rise Against, Alkaline Trio, The Falcon) at Atlas Studios in Chicago. The record is due out on the band's own Sleep It Off Records and it's their first non-major label album since 2000's Borders and Boundaries.


    Comes with bonus 7.

    1. City Of Gainesville
    2. The State Of Florida
    3. Does the Lion City Still Roar?
    4. Summon Monsters
    5. Abandon Ship
    6. Handshake Meets Pokerface
    7. Settling Son
    8. Malachi Richter's Liquor's Quicker
    9. Golden Age Of My Negative Ways
    10. The Space They Can't Touch
    11. Conviction Notice
    12. This One's Gonna Leave A Bruise
    13. The Life Of The Party Has Left The Building
    14. Devil In My DNA
    Less Than Jake
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    District Line

    Guitarist/singer/songwriter Mould returns to form as a solo artist on his Anti debut. District Line combines the fire of his earliest work in Husker Du, the accessibility of his alternative rock, genre-defining trio Sugar, and the introspection found in his solo releases. He describes it as stories of my simple life in a complicated town, that being his adopted city of Washington, DC. Working with Fugazi drummer Brendan Canty, Mould has returned to the live band sound of Husker Du and Sugar to kick out ten songs that sound as youthful, energized, and immediate as anything he has ever recorded. This is a full on rock 'n' roll record, featuring members of Fugazi, and will appeal to fans of that band, as well as new fans raised on Alkaline Trio and Against Me.
    1. Stupid Now
    2. Who Needs To Dream?
    3. Again and Again
    4. Old Highs New Lows
    5. Return to Dust
    6. The Silence Between Us
    7. Shelter Me
    8. Very Temporary
    9. Miniature Parade
    10. Walls In Time
    Bob Mould
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  • Symptoms Symptoms Quick View

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    Symptoms

    What's more punk rock than being a punk in the Middle East? Nothing. Which is why Israeli miscreants Useless ID are not only the longstanding ambassadors of Middle East punk rock, but they're also way punker than you. Armed with 18 years of experience and a tour history that includes such out-of-the-way spots as China, Belarus, and even Siberia, these boys from Haifa City have finally found a home with longtime friends Fat Wreck Chords for the release of Symptoms. The 12 tracks on Symptoms ooze with all the irresistible appeal of songs popularized by genre heavyweights Rise Against, No Use For A Name, and Alkaline Trio, yet clearly maintain a cohesive and unique perspective from start to finish.
    1. Live Or Die
    2. Before It Kills
    3. Normal With You
    4. Erratic
    5. Manic Depression
    6. Sleeping With Knives
    7. Symptoms
    8. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
    9. New Misery
    10. Waiting For An Accident
    11. Fear In The Mirror
    12. Somewhere
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    On The Impossible Past

    Scranton-raised, Philadelphia-based punk rock outfit The Menzingers drop their Epitaph debut On the Impossible Past, after two acclaimed albums on small indies. The bands fiery early releases and dynamic live performances supporting Anti-Flag and Against Me! have created a serious buzz and landed the group on several best of lists.


    The band caught the attention of Epitaph founder and President Brett Gurewitz, who says, These guys play the kind of pure punk rock that I grew up with. They are seriously talented songwriters and Im happy to welcome them to the Epitaph family. I think the band is a great fit here.


    Their high energy sound features crashing power chords, rock steady drumming and anthemic sing-along choruses alongside poetic salt of the earth lyrics in the vein of Against Me! and Gaslight Anthem. Recorded and produced at Atlas Studios with longtime collaborators Matt Allison (Alkaline Trio, The Lawrence Arms) and Justin Yates.

    1. Good Things
    2. Burn After Writing
    3. The Obituaries
    4. Gates
    5. Ava House
    6. Sun Hotel
    7. Sculptors and Vandals
    8. Mexican Guitars
    9. On The Impossible Past
    10. Nice Things
    11. Casey
    12. I Can't Seem To Tell
    13. Freedom Bridge
    The Menzingers
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    Neon Fiction

    Dusk. Mist. Cemeteries. City skylines. Autumn. FEELINGS. Fleeting moments. These are some of the things that come to mind when we think of Chris McCaughan's band, Sundowner. In addition to his work as the guitarist and singer in The Lawrence Arms, over the last seven years Chris has amassed an impressive body of work and played all over the world as Sundowner.


    Fat will release his third studio album, Neon Fiction. This time around, Chris is once again joined by multi-instrumentalist and fellow Lawrence Arm, Neil Hennessy. The two have boldly expanded their horizons to experiment with full band instrumentations, dynamic arrangements, and stylistic departures from previous records. Together, Chris and Neil entered Atlas Studios (Alkaline Trio, The Menzingers, Masked Intruder) and crafted ten songs that feature indelible new melodies and Chris' most personal and confident lyrics.

    1. Cemetery West

    2. My Beautiful Ruins

    3. Concrete Shoes

    4. We Drift Eternal

    5. Grey on Grey

    6. Life in the Embers

    7. Origins

    8. Paper Rose City

    9. Poet of Trash

    10. Wildfires
    Sundowner
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    Metropole


    LP Contains CD Of Full Album


    Chicago's own The Lawrence Arms will release Metropole, their first 
    album in eight years, in 2014 via Epitaph.  A beloved 
    band in the punk scene from their inception in 1999, members 
    Brendan Kelly (vocals/bassist), Chris McCaughan (vocals/guitar), and 
    Neil Hennessey (drummer) have released five studio albums to date. 
    Their sixth album and first with Epitaph, Metropole captures "that 
    aloneinacrowd, strangerinastrangeland kind of shit" according 
    to Kelly. Metropole was recorded at Chicago's Atlas Studios with co
    producer Matt Allison, who has also worked with Chicagopunk
    scene veterans Alkaline Trio. 


    The followup to their 2009 Fat Wreck 
    Chords EP Buttsweat and Tears, the new venture takes apart the 
    band's gritty punk rock and fiery spirit, to reveal a new passion for 
    storytellingthroughsongwriting. Take the bravely personal lyrics of 
    You Are Here where McCaughan ironically sings Days just keep 
    rolling on / They won't miss me when I'm gone / I'm the chorus to 
    that lonely street / Just footsteps fading to a dying beat."  After a long 
    hiatus, dedicated fans have missed The Lawrence Arms and are 
    ready for the band's most dynamic album to date. 

    1. Chilean District  
    2. You Are Here  
    3. Hickey Avenue  
    4. Seventeener (17th and 37th)  
    5. Beautiful Things  
    6. Acheron River  
    7. Metropole  
    8. Drunk Tweets  
    9. The YMCA Down The Street From The Clinic  
    10. Never Fade Away  
    11. Paradise Shitty  
    12. October Blood  
    Lawrence Arms
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    Gray and Black Colored Vinyl


    The long-gestating brainchild of Corrosion Of Conformity founder/drummer/vocalist Reed Mullin, guitarist Mick Murphy (My Ruin, The Birds of Satan, Neanderthal) and producer John "Lou" Lousteau, Teenage Time Killers' Greatest Hits Vol. 1 is 20 concise seismic shocks created by an all-star line up of punk and metal legends spanning decades. Joining Reed on drums and Mick on guitar on the album's 20 mostly original tracks and few covers of underground classics (including the Rudimentary Peni deep cut that inspired the project's title) includes: Jello Biafra, Randy Blythe of Lamb of God, Dave Grohl and Pat Smear of Foo Fighters, Nick Oliveri, Matt Skiba of Alkaline Trio, Corey Taylor of Slipknot and Stone Sour, Tommy Victor of Prong and Danzig, Lee Ving of Fear, Mike "IX" Williams of Eyehategod, Mullin's Corrosion of Conformity band mates Mike Dean and Woody Weatherman, Karl Agell and many, many more. All instrumental tracks on Teenage Time Killers' Greatest Hits Vol. 1 were recorded at Grohl's 606 Studios in Northridge, CA. The album was produced by John Lou Lousteau, Reed Mullin and Mick Murphy, engineered and mixed by John Lou Lousteau at 606.

    LP 1
    1.Exploder (feat. Reed Mullin)
    2.Crowned by the Light of the Sun (feat. Neil Fallon)
    3.Hung Out to Dry (feat. Randy Blythe)
    4.Power Outage (feat. Clifford Dinsmore)
    5.Ode to Sean Hannity (feat. Jello Biafra)
    6.Barrio (feat. Matt Skiba)
    7. The Dead Hand (feat. Reed Mullin)
    8.Egobomb (feat. Corey Taylor)
    9.Plank Walk (feat. Pete Stahl)
    10.Time to Die (feat. Mike IX Williams)
    11.Days of Degradation (feat. Tommy Victor)
    12.Clawhoof (feat. Tairrie B. Murphy)


    LP 2
    1.Big Money (feat. Lee Ving)
    2.Devil In This House (feat. Karl Agell)
    3.Say Goodnight to the Acolyte (feat. Phil Rind)
    4.Ignorant People (feat. Tony Foresta)
    5.Son of an Immigrant (feat. Jonny Webber)
    6.Your Empty Soul (feat. Aaron Beam)
    7.Bleeding to Death (feat. Vic Bondi)
    8. Teenage Time Killer (feat. Tren
    9.Ode to Sean Hannity (feat. Reed Mullin)
    10.Ignorant People (feat. Reed Mullin)
    11.Time to Die (feat. Reed Mullin)
    12.My Revenge (feat. Reed Mullin)

    Teenage Time Killers
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    With their ninth album GNV FLA, named in honor of their hometown of Gainesville, Florida, Less Than Jake reverts back to the roots of what has made them ska-punk icons. Musically, GNV FLA is a return to form and it revisits the traditional Less Than Jake trademark sound of horn driven, bouncy ska grooves. Produced by Matt Allison (Rise Against, Alkaline Trio, The Falcon) at Atlas Studios in Chicago. The record is due out on the band's own Sleep It Off Records and it's their first non-major label album since 2000's Borders and Boundaries.


    Comes with bonus 7.

    1. City Of Gainesville
    2. The State Of Florida
    3. Does the Lion City Still Roar?
    4. Summon Monsters
    5. Abandon Ship
    6. Handshake Meets Pokerface
    7. Settling Son
    8. Malachi Richter's Liquor's Quicker
    9. Golden Age Of My Negative Ways
    10. The Space They Can't Touch
    11. Conviction Notice
    12. This One's Gonna Leave A Bruise
    13. The Life Of The Party Has Left The Building
    14. Devil In My DNA
    Less Than Jake
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    It's been 11 years since Alkaline Trio released their first full length album, Goddamnit. In that time, they've toured the world, sold over a million records, and expanded their sound radically beyond their original straight ahead punk style, incorporating production slick enough to earn them mass exposure. Now with This Addiction, their seventh album and first for Epitaph, the Chicago rockers are heading back to their roots. This record is a rock record but our punk rock upbringing definitely shines through, more so than our last few records, says singer/guitarist Matt Skiba. The vibe is similar to our humble beginnings. It's a step forward but I also think it has glimmers of our past in it. To recapture the sound of the early days, the band took a less is more approach on this record, keeping the keyboard to a minimum and sticking to the guitar driven slash and burn that has made them a household name.
    1. This Addiction

    2. Dine, Dine My Darling

    3. Lead Poisoning

    4. Dead On the Floor

    5. The American Scream

    6. Off The Map

    7. Draculina

    8. Eating Me Alive

    9. Piss And Vinegar

    10. Dorothy

    11. Fine

    Alkaline Trio
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    Described as the perfect ambassadors of Midwest punk, Banner Pilot reinforced that role with the success of their Fat Wreck Chords debut Collapser. A perfect amalgam of their immediate influences (Dillinger Four, The Lawrence Arms, Alkaline Trio, Jawbreaker), Banner Pilot continue to represent the genre through the impeccably crafted, gritty pop-punk songs on their latest release Heart Beats Pacific. These poetic punks turn a phrase like nobody's business, spinning relatable situations and emotions into clever prose delivered through gruff vocals. Each of the 11-tracks on Heart Beats Pacific is a stand alone, bona fide hit and collectively they make up a rare flawless listening experience.
    1. Alchemy
    2. Forty Degrees

    3. Red Line

    4. Spanish Reds
    5. Eraser
    6. Expat
    7. Isolani
    8. Calling Station
    9. Western Terminal
    10. Intervention
    11. Division Street
    Banner Pilot
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    Much has happened since Elway's first record: That dork John Elway tried suing them over his dumb last name; the even bigger dorks at MRR deemed them not punk enough; and they got to play shows with cool bands like Against Me!, NOFX, Dead To Me, BTMI, etc. Not bad for a buncha cruelty-free, dumpster-divin', god-hating dirtballs from the hippie haven that is Colorado.


    Recorded at Atlas in Chicago (Menzingers, Alkaline Trio, Smoke or Fire), Leavetaking is the
    product of (no shit) 22 cases of Busch Light and some long, long nights. With a great debut and
    even greater EP in their wake, the table is set for Elway to step up and be the next shit-hot band
    on Red Scare, and we're sure this is the album to do it.

    The Great Divorce
    Salton Sea
    Prophetstown
    One Flew East
    One Flew West
    Someday, Sea Wolf
    Christopher
    Banned From Gun World
    Montreal
    Ariel
    There Is A Line
    Patria Mia (Room 20)
    Elway
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    GNV FLA (Out Of Stock)

    Limited Edition 7 Box Set


    This GNV FLA 7 Box Set is a companion piece to Less Than Jake's recently released seventh album. Consisting of live, acoustic or demo versions of the album tracks as well as B-side culled from the studio and stage, these three 7 singles offer exlusive content not available anywhere else. Included in the box will also be the full GNV FLA CD album, a poster of the band and a DVD of in-studio footage arranged and edited by LTJ trombonist Louis Buddy Schaub from the GNV FLA recording sessions and live performances from concerts and in-stores.


    With their ninth album GNV FLA, named in honor of their hometown of Gainesville, Florida, Less Than Jake reverts back to the roots of what has made them ska-punk icons. Musically, GNV FLA is a return to form and it revisits the traditional Less Than Jake trademark sound of horn driven, bouncy ska grooves. Produced by Matt Allison (Rise Against, Alkaline Trio, The Falcon) at Atlas Studios in Chicago. The record is due out on the band's own Sleep It Off Records and it's their first non-major label album since 2000's Borders and Boundaries.

    1. City Of Gainesville
    2. The State Of Florida
    3. Does the Lion City Still Roar?
    4. Summon Monsters
    5. Abandon Ship
    6. Handshake Meets Pokerface
    7. Settling Son
    8. Malachi Richter's Liquor's Quicker
    9. Golden Age Of My Negative Ways
    10. The Space They Can't Touch
    11. Conviction Notice
    12. This One's Gonna Leave A Bruise
    13. The Life Of The Party Has Left The Building
    14. Devil In My DNA
    Less Than Jake
    $39.99
    Limited Edition 7 Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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