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  • Shadow Of Death Shadow Of Death Quick View

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    Shadow Of Death

    These clear out the Onslaught vaults and contain the early material when the band were a Discharge style spiky haired hardcore band. Tracks from the early demo's, vinyl compilations etc, all of the original Onslaught here, a fans and collectors dream!


    Side A:


    1. Thermo Nuclear Devastation of The Planet Earth

    2. The Black Horse of Famine

    3. Overthrow of the System

    4. Rape

    5. Protest, But Who Said you Will Survive

    6. Visions of our Future


    Side B:


    7. Treading the Path Toward Death

    8. An Innocent Man

    9. The Shadow of Death

    10. The Black Horse of Famine

    Onslaught
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  • Dethalbum III Dethalbum III Quick View

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    Dethalbum III

    Dethklok returns this fall with Metalocalypse: Dethklok Dethalbum III, The highly anticipated follow up that fans have been begging for. Metalocalypse, the hit Adult Swim show centers around the biggest, most metalest band in the world, Dethklok. As the band goes about their daily affairs, the evil Tribunal tries in vain to stop Dethklok from expanding their empire. Dethalbum III offers 12 brand new tracks that are more brutal than ever before. Prepare for an onslaught of bone-crunching Nordic riffs that will force you to your knees. The Metalocalypse has begun.
    1. I Ejaculate Fire

    2. Crush the Industry

    3. Andromeda

    4. The Galaxy

    5. Starved

    6. Killstardo Abominate

    7. Ghostqueen

    8. Impeach God

    9. Biological Warfare

    10. Skyhunter

    11. The Hammer

    12. Rejoin

    Dethklok
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  • Asylum Cave Asylum Cave Quick View

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    Asylum Cave

    BENIGHTED unleash their most brutal and technical release with "Asylum Cave", telling the haunting story of a delusional schizophrenic, obsessed by infamous Austrian abductor Josef Fritzl. Be prepared for this massive onslaught of madness and insanity!
    1. Asylum Cave
    2. Let the Blood Spill between my Broken Teeth
    3. Prey
    4. Hostile
    5. Fritzl
    6. Unborn Infected Children
    7. The Cold Remains
    8. A Quiet Day
    9. Shadows Descend
    10. Swallow
    11. Lethal Merycism
    12. Drowning
    Benighted
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  • Ex Lives Ex Lives Quick View

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    Ex Lives

    Ex Lives, The new album from Buffalo, NY's brutal metallic punk ensemble Every Time I Die was produced by renowned producer Joe Barresi (Tool, The Melvins, Queens of the Stone Age) and offers an unrelenting onslaught of ingeniously composed and furiously executed cathartic hardcore. Ex Lives sees Every Time I Die further tempering their aggression while experimenting with new instrumentation.
    1. Underwater Bimbos From Outer Space
    2. Holy Book of Dilemma
    3. A Wild, Shameless Plain
    4. Typical Miracle
    5. I Suck (Blood)
    6. Partying Is Such Sweet Sorrow
    7. The Low Road Has No Exits
    8. Revival Mode
    9. Drag King
    10. Touch Yourself
    11. Indian Giver
    Every Time I Die
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  • Mutt Mutt Quick View

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    Mutt

    Since Total Abuse's first show in November 2006 TA have been recording and playing a heavy onslaught of feedback drenched hardcore soundscapes, taking hints from the Dead C, Black Flag (Chavo and Rollins era), Void and Harry Pussy. Total Abuse's Roster includes; Rusty Kelley on vocals (who also makes harsh noise under the name Breathing Problem), Matt Lyons on drums, Ryan Foster on guitar, Dustin Pilkington on bass and as of August 2008 they added former Snobs guitarist, Duncan Knappen as second guitar.
    1. Eunuch
    2. Buried
    3. Caligula
    4. Discipline
    5. Secret Passage I
    6. 14 Years Old
    7. Fluid Exchange
    8. Pure
    9. Flashing
    10. Mutt
    11. Secret Passage Ii
    Total Abuse
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  • Prayers On Fire (Colored Vinyl) Prayers On Fire (Colored Vinyl) Quick View

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    Prayers On Fire (Colored Vinyl)

    Limited Edition Of 1,500 On White/Red Swirl Vinyl


    Mastered For Vinyl By Kevin Gray At Cohearent Audio


    Faithful, Updated Rendering Of Original Jacket And Inner Sleeve


    Pressed At Quality Record Pressings


    Prayers on Fire, the debut album from seminal Australian post-punk band The Birthday Party, is an aggressive onslaught of controlled chaos and terror. Nick Cave's dark lyrics are barked and howled over demonic melodies, evoking sounds of jazz, pure destruction, and a bone-chilling sideshow carnival.

    1. Zoo Music Girl
    2. Cry
    3. Capers
    4. Nick the Stripper
    5. Ho-Ho
    6. Figure of Fun
    7. King Ink
    8. A Dead Song
    9. Yard
    10. Dull Day
    11. Just You And Me
    The Birthday Party
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  • Prayers On Fire (200 Gram Vinyl) Prayers On Fire (200 Gram Vinyl) Quick View

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    Prayers On Fire (200 Gram Vinyl)

    Limited Edition Of 1,500 On 200 Gram Vinyl


    Mastered For Vinyl By Kevin Gray At Cohearent Audio


    Faithful, Updated Rendering Of Original Jacket And Inner Sleeve


    Pressed At Quality Record Pressings


    Prayers on Fire, the debut album from seminal Australian post-punk band The Birthday Party, is an aggressive onslaught of controlled chaos and terror. Nick Cave's dark lyrics are barked and howled over demonic melodies, evoking sounds of jazz, pure destruction, and a bone-chilling sideshow carnival.

    1. Zoo Music Girl
    2. Cry
    3. Capers
    4. Nick the Stripper
    5. Ho-Ho
    6. Figure of Fun
    7. King Ink
    8. A Dead Song
    9. Yard
    10. Dull Day
    11. Just You And Me
    The Birthday Party
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  • Colony Colony Quick View

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    Colony

    Like their countrymen Entombed, In Flames add the familiar influence (and sense of groove) of classic heavy metal to their extreme death metal sounds, as well as progressive instrumental interludes that help lend a feel of epic drama to their music. Colony's arrangements experiment with sound effects, melodic guitar leads, varied textures, and Hammond organ, adding more detail, contrast, and dramatic structure to the rush of their onslaught and making it a definite step forward for the group.


    - Steve Huey (All Music Guide)

    1. Embody The Invisible
    2. Ordinary Story
    3. Scorn
    4. Colony
    5. Zombie Inc.
    6. Pallar Anders Visa
    7. Coerced Coexistence
    8. Resin
    9. Behind Space '99
    10. Insipid 2000
    11. The New World
    In Flames
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  • Demon Preacher Demon Preacher Quick View

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    Demon Preacher

    Merging at the tail end of the NWOBHM scene, Brighton-based band Deathwish, along with bands like Onslaught and Xentrix, was part of the UK's answer to the emerging Bay Area thrash scene in the US. With their high-speed riffing, heavy rhythms, hardcore influences and sinister lyrical themes, Deathwish was a band that stood out from the pack but never really saw the success they truly deserved. 1988's Demon Preacher was the band's second (and final) album, and it still holds up as a classic of UK thrash metal.
    1. Death Procession
    2. Demon Preacher
    3. Carrion
    4. Visions Of Insanity
    5. Symptom Of The Universe
    6. Wall Of Lies
    7. Prey To The Lord
    8. Fatal Attraction
    9. Past Life
    Deathwish
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  • At The Edge Of Damnation At The Edge Of Damnation Quick View

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    At The Edge Of Damnation

    Merging at the tail end of the NWOBHM scene, Brighton-based band Deathwish, along with bands like Onslaught and Xentrix, was part of the UK's answer to the emerging Bay Area thrash scene in the US. With their high-speed riffing, heavy rhythms, hardcore influences and sinister lyrical themes, Deathwish was a band that stood out from the pack but never really saw the success they truly deserved. 1988's Demon Preacher was the band's second (and final) album, and it still holds up as a classic of UK thrash metal.
    1. In The Name Of God
    2. Demonic Attack
    3. At The Edge Of Damnation

    4. Exorcist

    5. Leaving Your Life Behind
    6. Dance Of The Dead

    7. For Evil Done

    8. Sword Of Justice
    9. Forces Of Darkness
    Deathwish
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  • I Want To Live High I Want To Live High Quick View

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    I Want To Live High

    A debut album that never was, Rokk's I Want To Live High is that rare misshapen pearl clenched tightly between the shells of a music industry shucked long ago. Too soulful for its disco-era release date, the sextet's 1976 Tollie-issued 45 "Patience" (as featured in Eccentric Soul: Omnibus) tracked well in Rokk's hometown of Los Angeles, but was withdrawn before patience ran out with the spring rains of 1977. Tracked simultaneously was this entire shelved album full of Rokk's mid-tempo grooves, flute-lead funk, sultry female backing vocals, slap bass, chorus-drenched guitars, and lyrics about getting baked and eating baked apple pie. Jazzy, with plentiful slices of Broadway, Innervisions, and Rokk's own stoned brand of hornrock, had I Want To Live High ever gotten so high as actual record store shelves circa late 1977, it would've surely sobered up to the commercial onslaught of saturday night disco juggernauts and the pummeling forces of earth, wind, and fire.
    1. Patience
    2. You've Neen too Long
    3. I Want To Live High
    4. It Better Git Better
    5. Don't Be No Fool
    6. From Within
    7. Baby Please
    Rokk
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  • God Hates Us All God Hates Us All Quick View

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    God Hates Us All

    While thrash-metal peers Metallica and Megadeth have mellowed both musically and lyrically, Slayer's music and message remains unrelentingly anti-nearly-everything and almost unspeakably brutal. Without significant radio airplay, the hard-core California-bred quartet has amassed a loyal fan base that will not be disappointed by the 42 minutes of sheer aggression found on God Hates Us All. The twin-guitar onslaught of Kerry King and Jeff Hanneman, coupled with the rapid heartbeat double bass drums of Paul Bostaph, match the often sacrilegious and abhorrent-to-many lyrics, made even more disturbing by the fact that the album's release coincided with the World Trade Center tragedy.


    This is metal for atheists, as King writes terrifyingly prophetically: Pessimist, terrorist, targeting the next mark/ Global chaos feeding on hysteria. In keeping with the album's doomsday outlook, New Faith offers: Welcome to the horror of the Revelation. A terrifyingly vitriolic and too-real album, God Hates Us All more than earns the parental advisory sticker it carries.


    --Katherine Turman

    1. Darkness of Christ
    2. Disciple
    3. God Send Death
    4. New Faith
    5. Cast Down
    6. Threshold
    7. Exile
    8. Seven Faces
    9. Bloodline
    10. Deviance
    11. War Zone
    12. Here Comes The Pain
    13. Payback
    Slayer
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  • From Parts Unknown From Parts Unknown Quick View

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    From Parts Unknown


    LP Contains CD Of Full Album


    Buffalo's magnificently brutal metallic punk ensemble Every Time I Die is set to
    unleash From Parts Unknown. The new album was produced by hard
    music legend Kurt Ballou, guitarist of Converge, who has helmed recent buzz albums from Kvelertak, Nails, and High On Fire, and offers an unrelenting onslaught
    of ingeniously composed and furiously executed cathartic hardcore. This is the
    band's highly anticipated follow up to 2012's raging masterwork Ex Lives. From
    the syncopated chaos of the opening salvo "The Great Secret" to the melodic mosh
    of "Old Light" - as close as ETID have ever come to a radio-friendly unit shifter -
    From Parts Unknown sees Every Time I Die pushing the limits of their own sound.

    1. The Great Secret
    2. Pelican Of The Desert
    3. Decayin' With The Boys
    4. Overstayer
    5. If There Is Room To Move, Things Move
    6. Moor
    7. Exometrium
    8 Thirst
    9. Old Light
    10. All Structures Are Unstable
    11. El Dorado
    12. Idiot
    Every Time I Die
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  • Led Zeppelin I (Deluxe Edition) Led Zeppelin I (Deluxe Edition) Quick View

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    Led Zeppelin I (Deluxe Edition)


    Deluxe Edition Remastered Vinyl


    Remastered from the Original Master Tapes by Jimmy Page and Pressed at Pallas In Germany


    Features Previously Unreleased October 1969 Concert From Paris, France



    Led Zeppelin had a fully formed, distinctive sound from the outset, as their eponymous debut illustrates. Taking the heavy, distorted electric blues of Jimi Hendrix, Jeff Beck, and Cream to an extreme, Zeppelin created a majestic, powerful brand of guitar rock constructed around simple, memorable riffs and lumbering rhythms. But the key to the group's attack was subtlety: it wasn't just an onslaught of guitar noise, it was shaded and textured, filled with alternating dynamics and tempos. As Led Zeppelin proves, the group was capable of such multi-layered music from the start. Although the extended psychedelic blues of Dazed and Confused, You Shook Me, and I Can't Quit You Baby often gather the most attention, the remainder of the album is a better indication of what would come later. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You shifts from folky verses to pummeling choruses; Good Times Bad Times and How Many More Times have groovy, bluesy shuffles; Your Time Is Gonna Come is an anthemic hard rocker; Black Mountain Side is pure English folk; and Communication Breakdown is a frenzied rocker with a nearly punkish attack. Although the album isn't as varied as some of their later efforts, it nevertheless marked a significant turning point in the evolution of hard rock and heavy metal.


    - Stephen Thomas Erlewine (All Music Guide)

    LP 1
    1. Good Times Bad Times
    2. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
    3. You Shook Me
    4. Dazed And Confused
    5. Your Time Is Gonna Come
    6. Black Mountain Side
    7. Communication Breakdown
    8. I Can't Quit You Baby
    9. How Many More Times


    LP 2
    1. Good Times Bad Times/Communication Breakdown (Live in Paris, 1969)
    2. You Shook Me (Live in Paris, 1969)
    3. Heartbreaker (Live in Paris, 1969)
    4. Dazed And Confused (Live in Paris, 1969)


    LP 3
    1. White Summer/Black Mountain Side (Live in Paris, 1969)
    2. Moby Dick (Live in Paris, 1969)
    3. I Can't Quit You Baby (Live in Paris, 1969)
    4. How Many More Times (Live in Paris, 1969)

    Led Zeppelin
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 3 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Led Zeppelin I Led Zeppelin I Quick View

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    Led Zeppelin I


    Remastered from the Original Master Tapes by Jimmy Page and Pressed at Pallas In Germany


    Led Zeppelin had a fully formed, distinctive sound from the outset, as their eponymous debut illustrates. Taking the heavy, distorted electric blues of Jimi Hendrix, Jeff Beck, and Cream to an extreme, Zeppelin created a majestic, powerful brand of guitar rock constructed around simple, memorable riffs and lumbering rhythms. But the key to the group's attack was subtlety: it wasn't just an onslaught of guitar noise, it was shaded and textured, filled with alternating dynamics and tempos. As Led Zeppelin proves, the group was capable of such multi-layered music from the start. Although the extended psychedelic blues of Dazed and Confused, You Shook Me, and I Can't Quit You Baby often gather the most attention, the remainder of the album is a better indication of what would come later. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You shifts from folky verses to pummeling choruses; Good Times Bad Times and How Many More Times have groovy, bluesy shuffles; Your Time Is Gonna Come is an anthemic hard rocker; Black Mountain Side is pure English folk; and Communication Breakdown is a frenzied rocker with a nearly punkish attack. Although the album isn't as varied as some of their later efforts, it nevertheless marked a significant turning point in the evolution of hard rock and heavy metal.


    - Stephen Thomas Erlewine (All Music Guide)

    1. Good Times Bad Times
    2. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
    3. You Shook Me
    4. Dazed And Confused
    5. Your Time Is Gonna Come
    6. Black Mountain Side
    7. Communication Breakdown
    8. I Can't Quit You Baby
    9. How Many More Times
    Led Zeppelin
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  • Such Jubilee Such Jubilee Quick View

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    Such Jubilee

    After the breakout critical success of Mandolin Orange's Yep Roc debut, This Side of Jordan, you'd expect the relentless onslaught of touring that accompanied it to seep into the writing of the North Carolina duo's follow-up. You'd expect the sound to reflect long days on the road, long nights onstage, unfamiliar cities, countless miles. You'd expect the classic "road record." But you'd be wrong. "All of these songs are definitely a product of being on the road," says multi-instrumentalist/singer Emily Frantz of Mandolin Orange's gorgeous new album, Such Jubilee, "but they're not about the road." "They're about home," explains song-writer/multi-instrumentalist/singer Andrew Marlin. "Not because we were missing it, but because when you're gone so much, you start realizing what you have and what's waiting for you. You realize there's this place to come back to at the end of the journey, and that's where a lot of these songs come from." Such Jubilee is a record about home, both the place and the idea. Some days it's a safe, warm, loving refuge from the world outside. Other days it's cold and empty and too quiet. Either way, it's always waiting for you at the end of the road.
    1. Old Ties and Companions
    2. Settles Down
    3. Little Worlds
    4. Rounder
    5. From Now On
    6. Jump Mountain Blues
    7. That Wrecking Ball
    8. Blue Ruin
    9. Daylight
    10. Of Which There Is No Like
    Mandolin Orange
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  • Master Of Puppets (Remastered) Master Of Puppets (Remastered) Quick View

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    Master Of Puppets (Remastered)

    Ranked 167/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Remastered Edition Of Master of Puppets On 180-Gram Vinyl


    Remastered By Howie Weinberg At Howie Weinberg Mastering, Los Angeles CA


    Vinyl Lacquer Cutting By Chris Bellman At Bernie Grundman Mastering, Los Angeles CA


    One of the defining albums of thrash metal, the 1986 album Master of Puppets is arguably Metallica's best as well as their last with bassist Cliff Burton. Focusing on the concept of power and abuses thereof, this is a collection of complex, intelligent music, played at about a hundred miles an hour. The striding Battery, the darkly lit Welcome Home (Sanitarium), as well as the complex instrumental, Orion, all gave powerful testament to the band's ever-developing skill and vision. An album with lengthy arrangements (three songs came in at over eight minutes) and an overall eight song onslaught that clocks in at over an hour was unheard of in metal at the time and it confirmed that Metallica was at a different level, a legendary one!

    1. Battery
    2. Master of Puppets
    3. The Thing That Should Not Be
    4. Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
    5. Disposable Heroes
    6. Leper Messiah
    7. Orion
    8. Damage, Inc.
    Metallica
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  • Nothing Violates This Nature Nothing Violates This Nature Quick View

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    Nothing Violates This Nature

    Boston hardcore super group, and all-around ass kickers, All Pigs Must Die continue the onslaught that their debut album God Is War started with a healthy ten song offering of bludgeoning metal akin to felony assault with a lead pipe. As is the common theme of a healthy minority of the roster that California label Southern Lord has cultivated, All Pigs Must Die's sophomore LP Nothing Violates This Nature grabs you by the balls instantly in the opener "Chaos Arise", as if the schizophrenic and lightening quick hi-hat count off from Ben Koller the instant after hitting the play button isn't subtle enough. As you can imagine from the band name, Nothing Violates This Nature lacks any form of subtlety in its sonic barrage of hate-filled anthems, chalk full of ferocity, violence, aggression, and nihilism. Taking about as much influence from the recent trend of aggressive Entombed worship metal groups, to the "fuck you"-attitude of Discharge punks, All Pigs Must Die cater to focused, yet highly devout following in a new wave of heavy music.


    Nothing Violates This Nature rarely lets up on the gas pedal throughout its ten song length. Whether the quasi black metal tremolo opener of "Primitive Fear", to even the hauntingly acoustic opener "Of Suffering" before plummeting into a doom inspired dirge, Nothing Violates... runs the gamut of a plethora of extreme heavy metal genres, not necessarily reinventing the wheel by any means but still packing enough of a punch to appreciate its ferocity on every listen. That being said, Nothing Violates This Nature won't throw many curve balls your way, but for those in the need to get their fill of anger and aggression out this is most definitely the album to pick up and put on repeat. An ass kicking from top to bottom, All Pigs Must Die's sophomore album is rife full of killer with next to nil filler.


    - Dante Alighieri (Sputnik Music)

    1. Chaos Arise
    2. Silencer
    3. Primitive Fear
    4. Bloodlines
    5. Of Suffering
    6. Holy Plague
    7. Aqim Siege
    8. Sacred Nothing
    9. Faith Eater
    10. Articles Of Human Weakness
    All Pigs Must Die
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  • Revelry And Resilience Revelry And Resilience Quick View

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    Revelry And Resilience

    Gypsyhawk is four metal dudes playing rock and roll and bringing the party every time they get on stage, states guitarist Andrew Packer, and there is perhaps no better way of surmising the spirit and sound of the Pasadena quartet. Revisiting the electrifying sounds of bullshit-free 70s rock, the band is a breath of fresh air compared to the endless onslaught of breakdown obsessed bands cluttering up heavy music. Marinating their wares in whiskey and weed, they hurl out blistering riffs and irresistible hooks and grooves, doing their damnedest to ensure that everyone at their shows is having as much fun as they are.



    With Revelry & Resilience, their second full-length and Metal Blade debut, this vibe bleeds from the speakers from start to finish, determinedly putting a smile on your face and compelling you to throw your hair around, no matter how much or how little you might have. It's music for girls to shake their asses to and dudes to bang their heads, states vocalist/bassist Eric Harris. It's good-time rock and roll, and we don't take ourselves too seriously.



    The band's distinct personality is splashed all over Revelry & Resilience. Whether it's the edgy and upbeat barroom swagger of The Fields, the balls out stomp wielded by the serpentine grooves and blistering leads of The Hedgeking, the head-bobbing bounce and triumphant air of Frostwyrm or their crunchy yet soulful take on Johnny Winter's Rock And Roll, Hoochie Koo, the record crackles with energy while being wholly devoid of pretension, and on every level it is leagues ahead of its predecessor.



    The definition of a DIY band, the quartet have determinedly done things off their own backs since their inception, including self-producing Revelry & Resilience, which has allowed them to retain complete control over everything they do. Having worked with producers in other bands I've been involved with, I know I would much rather have Gypsyhawk do it without anyone else's interference, Harris states. I don't want to get caught up in that situation where you say these are the songs and this is what our band is, and the producer says no, no, no, all wrong! That's not our band and it's not going to come across sounding like our band if someone meddles with it like that, and we're proud of what we do and want to represent that as best we can.

    1. Overloaded
    2. The Fields
    3. Hedgeking
    4. Frostwyrm
    5. Galaxy Rise
    6. 1345
    7. Night Songs from the Desert
    8. The Red Wedding
    9. Silver Queen
    10. State Lines
    11. Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo
    Gypsyhawk
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  • Led Zeppelin I (Super Deluxe Edition Box) Led Zeppelin I (Super Deluxe Edition Box) Quick View

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    Led Zeppelin I (Super Deluxe Edition Box)


    Super Deluxe Edition Box


    Remastered from the Original Master Tapes by Jimmy Page and Pressed at Pallas In Germany


    Companion audio on CD in a new sleeve and on 180-gram vinyl (Led Zeppelin features a previously unreleased October 1969 concert from Paris, II & III feature previously unreleased studio outtakes)


    Remastered album on 180-gram vinyl in a sleeve replicating the first pressing


    High-def audio download card of all content at 96kHz/24 bit (Live tracks are 48kHz/24bit)


    Hard bound, 70+ page book filled with rare and previously unseen photos and memorabilia


    High quality print of the original album cover, the first 30,000 of which will be individually numbered


    Led Zeppelin will also include a replica of the band's original Atlantic press kit


    Led Zeppelin had a fully formed, distinctive sound from the outset, as their eponymous debut illustrates. Taking the heavy, distorted electric blues of Jimi Hendrix, Jeff Beck, and Cream to an extreme, Zeppelin created a majestic, powerful brand of guitar rock constructed around simple, memorable riffs and lumbering rhythms. But the key to the group's attack was subtlety: it wasn't just an onslaught of guitar noise, it was shaded and textured, filled with alternating dynamics and tempos. As Led Zeppelin proves, the group was capable of such multi-layered music from the start. Although the extended psychedelic blues of Dazed and Confused, You Shook Me, and I Can't Quit You Baby often gather the most attention, the remainder of the album is a better indication of what would come later. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You shifts from folky verses to pummeling choruses; Good Times Bad Times and How Many More Times have groovy, bluesy shuffles; Your Time Is Gonna Come is an anthemic hard rocker; Black Mountain Side is pure English folk; and Communication Breakdown is a frenzied rocker with a nearly punkish attack. Although the album isn't as varied as some of their later efforts, it nevertheless marked a significant turning point in the evolution of hard rock and heavy metal.


    - Stephen Thomas Erlewine (All Music Guide)

    1. Good Times Bad Times
    2. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
    3. You Shook Me
    4. Dazed And Confused
    5. Your Time Is Gonna Come
    6. Black Mountain Side
    7. Communication Breakdown
    8. I Can't Quit You Baby
    9. How Many More Times


    Live At The Olympia - Paris, France
    October 10, 1969
    1. Good Times Bad Times/Communication Breakdown
    2. I Can't Quit You Baby
    3. Heartbreaker
    4. Dazed And Confused
    5. White Summer/Black Mountain Side
    6. You Shook Me
    7. Moby Dick
    8. How Many More Times

    Led Zeppelin
    $139.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP + 2 CDs - 3 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Asiatisch Asiatisch Quick View

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    Asiatisch

    Fatima Al Qadiri is a multidisciplinary artist and musician from Kuwait. In just a few years, she has quickly built a reputation as a conceptual artist, exploring themes informed both by her own background and global pop culture, through a number of highly acclaimed EPs, multimedia projects and writings. She is also a founding member of the production team Future Brown. Fatima's debut album is called 'Asiatisch', and as the track titles suggest, the record provides a simulated road trip through an imagined China. Musically, the album is an homage to that quietly influential sub-strain of grime, often loosely termed 'sinogrime' due to its preoccupation with Asian motifs and melodies, pioneered by the likes of Wiley and Jammer at the beginning of the 2000s in East London. 'Asiatisch' is a provocation which asks more questions than it answers. The title is the German word for Asian. Unlike its title, however, the music on 'Asiatisch' revolves around the fantasies of East Asia as refracted through pulpy Western pop culture, in particular Hollywood, literary fiction, music, cartoons and advertising. Fatima asks what is meant by the term 'Asian' in a digital age of viral interchange and the hi-speed trading of cultural bytes; the concept of 'shanzhai' proves pivotal, a term whose meaning stems from a wild, out of control zone of banditry, but which has come to be used to refer to the Chinese counterfeiting of Western brands and goods. While this 'sinogrime' has had many copyists over the last few years, 'Asiatisch' is really the first record that attempts to articulate this weird complex of sonic interchanges between the West and China. With the exception of the opening track, 'Shanzhai', a haunting cover of 'Nothing Compares To You' with nonsensical Mandarin lyrics, and the shimmering 'Loading Beijing', 'Wudang' and 'Jade Stairs' which sample and distort classical Chinese poetry staging an epic confrontation between China's ancient soul and the onslaught of the industrial factory machine, most of the tracks blend mallets, bells, gongs, flutes, steel drums and choral atmospherics with the searing synth-brass and the skittering drums of grime, playing melodies that are inflected as much by classic R&B as to synthetic versions of traditional Chinese music. On 'Dragon Tattoo' for example, stereotypical iconography of imagined China is slotted into a threatening, robotic R&B format. The carefree pirating of Western brands blurs into a soft-synth pirating of Chinese musical signs. 'Asiatisch' is wrapped in pristine artwork by Babak Radboy from Shanzhai Biennial, and the music was given a 3D sheen by in demand mixer Lexxx. Proclaiming both its love of both ancient and imagined China, 'Asiatisch' is a rare album that is both icily beautiful and conceptually layered.
    1. Shanzhai (for Shanzhan Biennial) ft. Helen Feng
    2. Szechuan
    3. Wudang
    4. Loading Beijing
    5. Hainan Island
    6. Shenzhen
    7. Dragon Tattoo
    8. Forbidden City
    9. Shanghai Freeway
    10. Jade Stairs
    Fatima Al Qadiri
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    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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    Silent Reign Of Heroes

    This Lynyrd Skynyrd-style, blues rock outfit emerged from the US deep south. The name derived from a tale of a woman in seventeenth-century Salem who beheaded her lovers with an axe after sleeping with them. The initial line-up comprised Dave Hlubek (guitar), Steve Holland (guitar), Duane Roland (guitar), Banner Thomas (bass), Danny Joe Brown (vocals) and Bruce Crump (drums). Their 1978 debut album, produced by Tom Werman (of Cheap Trick and Ted Nugent fame), was an instant success, with its three-pronged guitar onslaught and gut-wrenching vocals. The band then achieved a US Top 20 placing with their second album, Flirtin` With Disaster. Brown was replaced by Jimmy Farrar in 1980, before the recording of the band`s third album, Beatin` The Odds. Farrar`s vocals were less distinctive than Brown`s, and an element of their identity was lost during the time that Farrar fronted the band. Nevertheless, commercial success continued, with both Beatin` The Odds and Take No Prisoners peaking on the Billboard album chart at numbers 25 and 36, respectively. In 1982, Danny Joe Brown rejoined the band in place of the departed Farrar, while Thomas and Crump were replaced by Riff West and B.B. Borden respectively. No Guts ... No Glory emerged and marked a return to the band`s roots: explosive guitar duels, heart-stopping vocals and steadfast rock `n` roll. Surprisingly, the album flopped and Hlubek insisted on a radical change in direction. Steve Holland quit and drummer Crump returned, while keyboard player John Galvin (from the Danny Joe Brown Band) was recruited for the recording of The Deed Is Done. This was a lightweight pop rock album, largely devoid of Molly Hatchet`s former trademarks. Following its release, the band retired temporarily to lick their wounds and reassess their future. In 1985, Double Trouble Live was unveiled, with a return to former styles. It included versions of their best-known songs, plus a Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute in the form of `Freebird`. Founder member Dave Hlubek subsequently departed, to be replaced by Bobby Ingram. The band signed a new recording contract with Capitol Records and returned with 1989`s Lightning Strikes Twice. This leaned away from their southern roots towards highly polished AOR. Featuring cover versions of Paul Stanley`s `Hide Your Heart` and `There Goes The Neighborhood`, the album was poorly received by fans and critics alike. A number of line-up changes ensued in the early 90s, leaving Brown as the only remaining original member. During this period he was continually plagued by illness as a result of diabetes. and eventually left Molly Hatchet in 1996 as they embarked on another recording comeback. The line-up that recorded Devil`s Canyon comprised Bobby Ingram, John Galvin, Phil McCormack (vocals), Bryan Bassett (guitar), Andy McKinney (bass) and Mac Crawford (drums). The revived band, with additional keyboard player Tim Donovan, then completed 1998`s Silent Reign Of Heroes. Further line-up changes saw mainstays Ingram, Galvin and McCormack joined by a regularly rotating cast list of musicians, as the band continued to tour and record with great success. Original guitarist Hlubek rejoined the line-up in early 2005 shortly before his former colleague Danny Joe Brown succumbed to diabetes.

    1. Mississippi Moon Dog

    2. World of Trouble

    3. Silent Reign of Heroes

    4. Miss Saturday Night

    5. Blue Thunder

    6. Just Remember (You're the Only One)

    7. Junk Yard Dawg

    8. Dead and Gone (Redneck Song)

    9. Saddle Tramp

    10. Fall of the Peacemakers

    11. Whiskey Man

    12. One Man's Pleasure

    Molly Hatchet
    $22.99
    Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
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    Kingdom Of XII

    This Lynyrd Skynyrd-style, blues rock outfit emerged from the US deep south. The name derived from a tale of a woman in seventeenth-century Salem who beheaded her lovers with an axe after sleeping with them. The initial line-up comprised Dave Hlubek (guitar), Steve Holland (guitar), Duane Roland (guitar), Banner Thomas (bass), Danny Joe Brown (vocals) and Bruce Crump (drums). Their 1978 debut album, produced by Tom Werman (of Cheap Trick and Ted Nugent fame), was an instant success, with its three-pronged guitar onslaught and gut-wrenching vocals. The band then achieved a US Top 20 placing with their second album, Flirtin` With Disaster. Brown was replaced by Jimmy Farrar in 1980, before the recording of the band`s third album, Beatin` The Odds. Farrar`s vocals were less distinctive than Brown`s, and an element of their identity was lost during the time that Farrar fronted the band. Nevertheless, commercial success continued, with both Beatin` The Odds and Take No Prisoners peaking on the Billboard album chart at numbers 25 and 36, respectively. In 1982, Danny Joe Brown rejoined the band in place of the departed Farrar, while Thomas and Crump were replaced by Riff West and B.B. Borden respectively. No Guts ... No Glory emerged and marked a return to the band`s roots: explosive guitar duels, heart-stopping vocals and steadfast rock `n` roll. Surprisingly, the album flopped and Hlubek insisted on a radical change in direction. Steve Holland quit and drummer Crump returned, while keyboard player John Galvin (from the Danny Joe Brown Band) was recruited for the recording of The Deed Is Done. This was a lightweight pop rock album, largely devoid of Molly Hatchet`s former trademarks. Following its release, the band retired temporarily to lick their wounds and reassess their future. In 1985, Double Trouble Live was unveiled, with a return to former styles. It included versions of their best-known songs, plus a Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute in the form of `Freebird`. Founder member Dave Hlubek subsequently departed, to be replaced by Bobby Ingram. The band signed a new recording contract with Capitol Records and returned with 1989`s Lightning Strikes Twice. This leaned away from their southern roots towards highly polished AOR. Featuring cover versions of Paul Stanley`s `Hide Your Heart` and `There Goes The Neighborhood`, the album was poorly received by fans and critics alike. A number of line-up changes ensued in the early 90s, leaving Brown as the only remaining original member. During this period he was continually plagued by illness as a result of diabetes. and eventually left Molly Hatchet in 1996 as they embarked on another recording comeback. The line-up that recorded Devil`s Canyon comprised Bobby Ingram, John Galvin, Phil McCormack (vocals), Bryan Bassett (guitar), Andy McKinney (bass) and Mac Crawford (drums). The revived band, with additional keyboard player Tim Donovan, then completed 1998`s Silent Reign Of Heroes. Further line-up changes saw mainstays Ingram, Galvin and McCormack joined by a regularly rotating cast list of musicians, as the band continued to tour and record with great success. Original guitarist Hlubek rejoined the line-up in early 2005 shortly before his former colleague Danny Joe Brown succumbed to diabetes.

    1. Heart of the U.S.A.

    2. Cornbread Mafia

    3. One Last Ride

    4. Why Won't You Take Me Home

    5. Turn My Back on Yesterday

    6. Gypsy Trail

    7. White Lightning

    8. Tumbling Dice

    9. Angel in Dixie

    10. Kickstart to Freedom

    11. Dreams of Life

    12. Edge of Sundown

    13. Bounty Hunter

    Molly Hatchet
    $22.99
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    Every Now & Then

    Jagwar Ma returns with their second album Every Now & Then.


    The Sydney-formed band came together for sessions across a handful of studios and locations in Australia, the UK, and France to shake up an altogether inspired new offering. Full of spirit and exploding with the energy of new ideas, Every Now & Then is formed from the building blocks of a myriad of sonic touchstones upon which Jono Ma and Gabriel Winterfield concoct a heady, uplifting brew that very much owns it's own space on the spectrum.


    Singer/guitarist Gabriel Winterfield and multi-instrumentalist Jono Ma originally joined forces at the turn of the decade, having reached an impasse with their previous bands. Liberated, they instantly felt their horizons opening up, culminating in the kaleidoscopic dub-pop of Jagwar Ma's 2013 debut album Howlin. Augmented by their old Sydney friend Jack Freeman on bass and backing vocals they set about creating their own infectious groove with their increasingly powerful live show.


    After almost three years of touring the world (including tours with Foals, The xx, and Tame Impala) the band returned to Australia to write and begin recording at Sonar studios in Sydney. With the basis of the album written, the band headed back to La Briche near Tours in rural France, where they had recorded their debut in a self-built studio on a friend's partly-renovated farm, before returning to London to record drum sessions with Warpaint's Stella Mozgawa and James Ford and finishing mixing with old friend Ewan Pearson in their new shared Tottenham studio The Bunker II.


    Jono is a student of the studio in the Jagwar Ma camp, and on Every Now & Then his production hand constructs the richly singular sonic world each track inhabits. The record is littered with surprising selections yet maintains an ebb and flow that echoes that of a day in coastal Australia. 'Repetition invites participation' and the composition of Every Now & Then is a testament to the turn of phrase, subtly seducing with loose-limbed sinewy grooves on loop.


    Entrancing incantations on romantic love, truth and courage come courtesy of co-songwriter and lead vocalist Gabriel. Lush melody from left field, grungey phrasing and pagan shapes, Winterfield flows in tandem with each song's unique sea of sound. "Can we be real?"


    Classic bass lines, jangly guitar parts and Paul's Boutique-inspired loops bounce off elements of synth-pop and encounter bass heavy experiments redolent of Blanck Mass and other elements of the Norwegian electronic onslaught together with swelling psychedelic choruses, reminiscent of summer-kissed Ocean Rain-period Bunnymen, exploding into melodic, sun-soaked wig-outs.


    At heart, a studio album, designed for lone listening on headphones but as a shared experience is where it will really come to life. Their live appearances for Howlin' were electric and key elements of Every Now & Then took on extra shape while touring Europe with fellow compatriots Tame Impala, successfully working out the structure of tracks in front of arena crowds.


    Every Now & Then deftly covers a broad expanse of sound and mood. Say What You Feel gradually envelopes with its tireless drive and shapeshifting form to an ecstatic peak before Loose Ends cools down the pace with dubbed, fractured melodies. Give Me A Reason flips from muted funk pop to percolating, percussive house before seamlessly transitioning into a gyrating, teched up club tool. The glorious dynamism continues with Ordinary's quantum leap chorus, while High Rotation possesses a sinister spirit, a chuggy druggy groove and compelling, cultish chanting. Colour Of Paradise closes out the record, a bittersweet beauty of surf melodies and euphoric synths - 'searching through every grain of sand', lifting off and leaving the earthly territory behind completely for a deeper, more celestial, spacey place.


    From underwater liquid rhythm through to joyous, floating in the clouds sky highs, Every Now & Then is Jagwar Ma's cathartic new injection we endeavor you to dose up on.

    1. Falling
    2. Say What You Feel
    3. Loose Ends

    4. Give Me A Reason

    5. Ordinary

    6. Batter Up

    7. O B 1

    8. Slipping

    9. High Rotations

    10. Don't Make It Right

    11. Colours Of Paradise
    Jagwar Ma
    $19.99
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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