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***WAREHOUSE FIND!!! A repress of the excellent second 7-inch from CARERR SUICIDE.?! Four tracks of snotty pissed hardcore punk that’ve been compared to Boston’s F.U.’s, the Angry Samoans, and early Dischord stuff.?! Features JONAH from FUCKED UP on guitar.?! Remastered with new packaging..?!

7" $7.00

02/16/2022  

DY 130 


If one’s been keeping up with the melodic punk music of UV-TV, then their new album Happy will feel like a natural evolution to the stripped-down, sped-up gazey, twee sound of past releases, Go Away and Glass (2017).?! For Ian Bernacett and Rose Vastola, the masterminds behind the band, 2018 was spent writing and recording the 9-track LP while simultaneously uprooting from Gainesville and migrating north to NYC, where the album was finally mixed and mastered.?! The album thusly explores the tropes of letting go of the past, with an amicable catharsis.?! Despite the album name, the overall tone of the record comes across as a moodier interpretation of their almost jovial punk attitude—with the title track exemplifying that this is a much more personal and thoughtful album. Right out of the gate, the production is cleaner and more buttoned up, perhaps signifying that this record is more serious in nature.?!

LP $17.50

08/16/2019 0734463100501 

DY 320 


MP3 $7.99

07/19/2019 767870657542 

DY 320 


FLAC $8.99

07/19/2019 767870657542 

DY 320 


Toronto’s Damagers are forcibly writing another chapter in the Deranged story.?! After joining the stable of crucial Canadians, these Ontario rabble rousers released an absolute fire self-titled EP in the fall of 2017. Victory, their ‘2019’ follow up, is a five song blur of hardcore punk that owes as much to the rambunctious, snotty punk of their more melodic label mates as it does early US and world hXc. Victory opens violently.?! It takes mere seconds before “You Say” explodes into a perfect buzzsaw guitar riff.?! With vocals that alternate between guttural and bilious, there’s an inherent danger rarely found in music this damn catchy.?! At it’s best, it recalls a more muscular Career Suicide or leaner Poison Idea, spitting phrases with nihilistic flare.?! They manage to juxtapose melody and sheer hardcore ferocity in tightly wrapped two minute bangers.?!

7" $4.25

08/02/2019 767870657535 

DY 319 


MP3 $3.99

07/19/2019 767870657535 

DY 319 


FLAC $4.99

07/19/2019 767870657535 

DY 319 


***BACK IN STOCK!!!  Crack Cloud is a mixed-media collective based out of Vancouver, BC.?! Modelled around harm reduction philosophy, the collective operates as a rehabilitative outlet for a revolving cast of multi-disciplinary artists across Canada.?! They sound like no other band going at the moment, delivering rhythmic art / post-punk that could be compared to early Gang Of Four and Wire.?! This LP compiles both their demos (s/t from 2016, and Anchoring Point from 2017) on one record.?! This is hands down one of the most interesting bands Canada has to offer at the moment.?! New album scheduled for 2019..?!

LP $17.50

12/07/2018 734463100488 

DY 315 


MP3 $9.90

11/09/2018 734463100488 

DY 315 


FLAC $11.99

11/09/2018 734463100488 

DY 315 


***BACK IN STOCK!!!  After concocting a batch of 7-inch singles that leaked from various Twin Cities basements, here is the debut LP from Color TV—speedy punk rock that slaps with tight bursts of melody and quirk, filled with the sardonic musings of living in the sci-fi dystopian hellscape that is the now.?! Heavily influenced by early UK punk and USHC with subtle underpinnings of bands like Sparks and Ultravox, this is punk music clearly made by lifers obsessed with the underground counter-culture.?! Come, children, time to gather around and drink the electric Kool-Aid of C-TV..?!

LP $17.50

12/07/2018 734463100471 

DY 318 


MP3 $9.90

11/09/2018 734463100471 

DY 318 


FLAC $11.99

11/09/2018 734463100471 

DY 318 


“The fastest band on six legs.” This an accurate description of Vancouver’s Sore Points, whose rhythm section was phoenixed from the ashes of Nervous Talk after they decided that the drummer for local post punk act, Spectres, would look good playing guitar.?! They didn’t care in the slightest that he had barely started playing six strings, because mastering Ramones-esque guitar playing quickly was simple with people of like-minded prowess.?! It helped that he fit the bill— all members stand over six feet tall.?! Fashion over function works for most bands but there was something special right from the start with this three-piece.?! This is punk rock based in it’s classic formation, with a modern edge to it like The Carbonas.?! Relentless, Rocket To Russia-buzzsaw at an amphetamine pace with shouted, frantic vocals pushed over top of a hurricane distortion.?!

LP $17.50

10/12/2018 734463100464 

DY 316 


MP3 $9.90

10/12/2018 734463100464 

DY 316 


FLAC $11.99

10/12/2018 734463100464 

DY 316 


***BACK IN STOCK!!!  “After two EPs (React! and Deranged Records) and a self-released demo, comes Spiritual Cramp’s debut 12-inch.?! Combining Sandinista-esque experimentation with modern alternative rock might be something that scares away the leather and spike crowd but that’s only if you’ve been pretending The Clash didn’t write some of the best rock ‘n’ roll songs the world ever knew.?! A merging of classic UK punk with some modern aesthetics manage to create a sound that is a welcome American take on classic UK punk.?! They’re even bold enough to exploit the reggae influence that was moving through bands like the aforementioned [The Clash] and Stiff Little Fingers.?! This new 12-inch catches you up by repackaging the 7-inches with a set of new tracks including a Sex Pistols and Billy Bragg cover.?! The influences are worn on their sleeve and brings to mind the kind of bands that would have gotten me into punk in the first place.?!

LP $17.50

12/07/2018 734463100495 

DY 317 


MP3 $9.90

10/12/2018 734463100495 

DY 317 


FLAC $11.99

10/12/2018 734463100495 

DY 317 


Let God Sort Em Out by No Problem

No Problem

Let God Sort Em Out
Deranged

Standing on the precipice of a damaged world circling the drain, Edmonton punks No Problem are set to figuratively “kill ’em all” with the release of Let God Sort Em Out, their ambitious third studio album out on Deranged Records.?! This band welcomes listeners into a frightening world filled with heavy riffs and nervous, gloomy, frustrated sounds—the perfect summer playlist to underscore the impending doom. A mainstay in Edmonton, Alberta’s underground punk community, No Problem formed in 2010, blending the mutant sounds of early Canadian punk with the classic primitive stomp of American hardcore.?! Drenched in atmosphere, they have created the ultimate soundtrack to society’s imminent collapse.?! Their notoriously high energy show has toured over twenty countries across three continents, sharing the stage with bands like Career Suicide, Fucked Up, DOA, Night Birds, Red Dons, The Regulations and many more.?!

LP $17.50

07/06/2018 734463100457 

DY 311 


MP3 $9.90

07/06/2018 734463100457 

DY 311 


FLAC $11.99

07/06/2018 734463100457 

DY 311 


Spiritual Cramp exist in a strange vacuum somewhere between David Byrne's oversized suit and a bar fight between a bunch of drunk goons on Polk Street in San Francisco.?! Citing sources from early Dub-influenced The Clash, Blitz and The Modern Lovers, San Francisco’s Spiritual Cramps new EP Police State”picks up a where their last EP Mass Hysteria left off, just a bit more torqued. Hate for the police, the government, the status quo and himself are reoccurring themes in Michael Bingham's lyrics while toxic bass tones go heavy with solid drums and guitars on the full upstroke or full downstroke depending on which way the wind is blowing.?! Spiritual Cramp, it's over. Spiritual Cramp features ex-members of Creative Adult, Fearing, Profile, and Primal Rite. “Danger, mystery and youthful restlessness have long been vital elements of rock ‘n roll.?!

7" $6.75

06/22/2018  

DY 314 


MP3 $2.99

06/08/2018 647603401478 

DY 314 


FLAC $3.99

06/08/2018 647603401478 

DY 314 


New Toronto band of familiar faces playing rough and ready HC punk indebted to early to mid-eighties international hardcode, not far from what would have been on Welcome To 1984 and All’s Quiet On The Western Front.?! Empty, ugly, loud and fast.?! Live for no one, love for everyone..?!

7" $6.75

06/22/2018  

DY 312 


MP3 $3.99

05/25/2018 647603401164 

DY 312 


FLAC $4.99

05/25/2018 647603401164 

DY 312 


The Very Best Of Sex And Violence by Tarantüla

Tarantüla

The Very Best Of Sex And Violence
Deranged

The Very Best Of Sex And Violence is the third vinyl installment from Chicago’s Tarantüla with five new glorious hardcore punk tracks.?! For those unfamiliar, this band is the reincarnation of Cülo and they play an intoxicating blend of classic punk and meat and potato hardcore.?!  “While one might consider the idea of catchy, song-oriented hardcore to be completely played out, Tarantüla toe the line between poppy and aggressive so perfectly that their music feels fresh.?! You can hear the influences quite clearly—the snotty, aggressive punk of bands like the Angry Samoans and Zero Boys, the earnest drive of early '80s midwest hardcore like Articles Of Faith and early Hüsker Dü, and a dash of DEVO / Geza X-style irreverence—but they’re swirled together in a way that’s just different enough from anything I’ve heard before to be noteworthy.” - Daniel from Sorry State Records.?!

7" $6.75

06/22/2018  

DY 313 


MP3 $3.99

05/25/2018 647603401393 

DY 313 


FLAC $4.99

05/25/2018 647603401393 

DY 313 


2534 is the third full length by Tacoma, WA veterans Criminal Code.?! This Northwest four piece has always kept a well balanced variety of sounds in their arsenal, from the gloomy depressing sounds of The Wipers, to the frantic speed-induced pop of Hüsker Dü.?! This latest album is more focused than previous releases, with layers and a dreamy undertone, flowing with infectious leads and bouncy rhythms reminiscent of Wire and The Cure.?! Vocals and guitars are a bit cleaner as well, but still abrasive and lose no urgency.?! 2534 flows seamlessly, sometimes with a nostalgia for the melancholy of the eighties, but without trapping the listener in a time capsule..?!

LP $17.50

05/11/2018 734463100440 

DY 310 


MP3 $7.99

05/11/2018 734463100440 

DY 310 


FLAC $8.99

05/11/2018 734463100440 

DY 310 


s/t (second s/t 7-inch) by Heat

Heat

s/t (second s/t 7-inch)
Deranged

“Six primitive marching orders from San Diego’s Heat culling lean inspiration from the well of early ’80s Boston dirge and late ’80s NYHC beat down hardcore, with upfront drum beats busting forward to propel charging guitars that bouy tough, throaty vocals.?! Curt and to the point, with quick turns and drops in short quick bursts.?! The brute edges cut with stark simplicity recall Crossed Out’s sparse meditation on Impact Unit / Negative FX-style hardcore, though the burly vocals bark and bite between the curt toughness of Deathreat and more frightening spouts of vocal spillage.?! Recalls many influences, copies none as Heat slows to mosh, sets to stun, energetic rumbling that throttles in a broadly more expansive recording than hardcore originators, but shines in a stronger yet similarly manifest presentation.” —Ken Sanderson, Prank Records.?!

7" $6.75

12/18/2017 734463100389 

DY 305 


MP3 $3.99

11/17/2017 734463100389 

 


FLAC $4.99

11/17/2017 734463100389 

 


Nightclubbin' by Helta Skelta

Helta Skelta

Nightclubbin'
Deranged

“There’s a weird one-off episode of Only Fools And Horses set in Florida, and a running side-joke is that Americans can’t tell the difference between a Cockney and Aussie accent, constantly confusing the two.?! It always comes to mind when I think of Helta Skelta.?! Given that Jon [Warpole]’s accent floats somewhere between them like a trans-hemispheric version of the ‘mid-atlantic’ twang, and that the tune itself plays out like a mix of Eddy Current [Suppression Ring] and Blur’s ‘Parklife,’ filled with Sleaford Mods (millennial John Cooper Clarke)-esque stream of consciousness wordplay and compounded colloquialisms from both sides of the equation, the comparison grows only more apt.?! Stylistically, the band has been leaning toward a sparser, more minimal post-punk vibe for a while, and this single is the clearest expression yet of this trajectory.?! One play is not enough; expect to be returning the needle repeatedly.” —Alex Leech, No Exposure.?!

7" $6.75

12/18/2017 734463100433 

DY 307 


MP3 $1.99

11/17/2017 734463100433 

 


FLAC $2.99

11/17/2017 734463100433 

 


Night People play driving, synth-touched punk rock and feature current and ex-members of Pura Mania, Fashionism, Spectres and Haggatha.?! Using the same desperation found in bands like The Wipers and the melodic energy of bands like Masshysteri and The Observers, they began writing music in Vancouver, BC, in 2016 and self-recorded a demo in June of 2017.?! The lyrics are heavily influenced by childhood religious indoctrination and iconography and how they relate to love, death and the modern world..?!

7" $6.75

12/18/2017 734463100426 

DY 309 


MP3 $3.96

11/17/2017 734463100426 

 


FLAC $4.99

11/17/2017 734463100426 

 


Weird Tales Of Radiation And Hate by Tarantüla

Tarantüla

Weird Tales Of Radiation And Hate
Deranged

The second EP from Chicago’s Tarantüla, the band featuring former members of Cülo with the additional layer of the always popular bass player.?! Just as catchy as the aforementioned Cülo, but a little less mid-tempo, and with more obvious classic punk influence.?! Great jacket art from DrugFace as per usual.?! Mastered by Geza X, a killer 7-inch..?!

7" $6.75

12/18/2017 734463100419 

DY 308 


MP3 $3.99

11/17/2017 734463100419 

 


FLAC $4.99

11/17/2017 734463100419 

 


For a side project, Flowers Of Evil outpaces and out-snots the best of them.?! What started as more or less of a studio project with Brandon Welchez from Crocodiles and David McDaniel from Young Boys has turned into a band that has delivered not one but two solid hardcore punk albums in the last two years.?! City Of Fear showcases a band comfortable with their punk roots and delivers some classic sounding snotty hardcore jams. Reminiscent of early Career Suicide, this album blends the high velocity in-your-face sound of first era hardcore like The Germs with a good dose of melody to keep things catchy and infectious..?!

LP $17.50

07/14/2017 734463100228 

DY 303 


MP3 $9.90

07/14/2017 734463100228 

DY 303 


FLAC $11.99

07/14/2017 734463100228 

DY 303 


Vapen Till Dom Hopplosa by Hurula

Hurula

Vapen Till Dom Hopplosa
Deranged

Four years after the end of his punk band Masshysteri, Robert Hurula returned with a solo project under the name Hurula.?! His first album, Vi Är Människorna Som Våra Föräldrar Varnade Oss För, picked up where that classic band left off, blending elements of early Scandinavian punk à la Ebba Gron and post-punk with some obvious pop undertones.?! The album earned wide acclaim and made numerous Best Of Year lists in 2014. On this second album, Hurula returns with more of the same infectious formula anyone familiar with his musical output over the last ten years will immediately recognize.The production is bigger but the songs are just as catchy..?!

LP $17.50

07/14/2017 734463100242 

DY 306 


The Din Of Dying Youth by Voight-kampff

Voight-kampff

The Din Of Dying Youth
Deranged

“Coming off the heels off a mounting barrage of thick post-punk releases, Voight-Kampff pushes out another aggressive and atmospheric assault with their new album The Din of Dying Youth.?! The album immediately drops into the fray like a paratrooper as rhythmic chiming and bolting drums push their way through the melodic chorus-drenched guitar easier than a jackhammer through a stream of water, cooling it down from overheating, in a sky-scraping industrial park factory where no sunlight reaches.?! The factory foreman vocals speak through the PA system to his human-replaced assembly line machines while simultaneously gripping the self-destruct button.?! Through the screeches and tears, faint optimistic veils drift in and out, spiraling around the tracks.?!

LP $17.50

07/14/2017 734463100211 

DY 304 


MP3 $5.94

07/14/2017 734463100211 

DY 304 


FLAC $6.99

07/14/2017 734463100211 

DY 304 


Vad Vet Vi Om Kriget? by Ds-13

Ds-13

Vad Vet Vi Om Kriget?
Deranged

Deranged presents a repress of DS-13’s glorious debut album from 1999, Vad Vet Vi Om Kriget?, now remastered and with new artwork.?! For the uninitiated, DS-13 were / are from Umea, Sweden and played / play raging hardcore.?! The band broke up in 2002, hence the past tense, but then started playing a few random shows a couple years ago.?! Shows went well, the band had fun and next thing you know, they did an East Coast tour of the US in 2016 and now have a West Coast tour scheduled in April 2017.?! Definitely one of the better bands from the Y2K thrashcore period..?!

LP $17.50

05/19/2017 734463100204 

DY 26 


Paper-thin Community by Leisure World

Leisure World

Paper-thin Community
Deranged

“Leisure World play a really interesting style that kind of straddles the line between hardcore and noise rock.?! Listening to their music I’m reminded of how much of the whole noise rock / AmRep aesthetic is rooted in the later Black Flag stuff.?! While it’s apparent that Leisure World have listened to more than their fair share of records like Loose Nut and In My Head, they go for something much thicker and denser than those later Black Flag records and they arrive at something that reminds me a lot of modern noise rock-influenced bands like Pissed Jeans.?! So, if the idea a very ’Flag-influenced Pissed Jeans piques your imagination I’d highly recommend this one…” —Sorry State  “Single note guitars, vomit yeeeaaaaooowled vocals, hard driving punk rock.?! Discordant, awkward, no fucks given…but then there are the hooks, and once you get hooked then look the fukk out…because you’re finished.?! What if Born Against had been a garage punk band?!

7" $6.00

05/19/2017 734463100198 

DY 302 


MP3 $3.96

04/21/2017 734463100198 

DY 302 


FLAC $4.99

04/21/2017 734463100198 

DY 302 


Portland’s Pressing On returns with four new tracks of pissed and belligerent hardcore.?! More of the anthemic and defiant sound from their earlier 12-inch, reminiscent of bands from Memphis in the late ’90s / early 2000s such as Copout, Deathreat and Talk is Poison..?!

7" $6.00

05/19/2017 734463100181 

DY 299 


MP3 $3.96

04/21/2017 734463100181 

DY 299 


FLAC $4.99

04/21/2017 734463100181 

DY 299 


Century Palm is Paul Lawton (Ketamines), Andrew Payne (Zebrassieres), Penny Clark (Tough Age) and Jesse Locke (Dirty Beaches).?! This debut album was recorded by the band in Toronto, mixed in Vancouver by Jay Arner and mastered in Australia by Mikey Young. Meet You is ten songs about getting to know another layer of yourself — even when you think you know yourself – and about subtle tones of despair, plus the things you aren’t encouraged to express on an everyday basis. Century Palm crib shamelessly from Wire, Neu!, and Eno-era Roxy Music, modern Australian bands like Total Control, and failed experiments from earlier, abandoned projects.?! There are many instances of droning synths ruining perfectly nice pop songs..?!

LP $17.50

03/10/2017 734463100136 

DY 297 


CD $9.50

03/10/2017 734463100143 

DY 297 CD 


MP3 $9.90

03/10/2017 734463100136 

 


FLAC $11.99

03/10/2017 734463100136 

 


Stuck somewhere in the middle of Florida is UV-TV.?! Rose Vastola, Ryan Hopewell and Ian Bernacett write melancholy pop songs with jagged, abrasive edges.?! Combining strong hooks with chainsaw guitars and blissful treble, comparisons to Black Tambourine, JAMC and The Shop Assistants fit best.?! It’s shoegaze stripped of its fat and fluff. After a well-received demo (High Fashion Industries) and seven-inch split with LA’s Shark Toys (Emotional Response) in 2015, Glass is the band’s first long-play record).?! The eleven burning cuts were self-recorded over two days in a retired Gainesville train station with a couple borrowed microphones and a Tascam 388.?! This is UV-TV.?! You should listen loud..?!

LP $17.50

03/10/2017 655035228815 

DY 288 


MP3 $9.90

03/10/2017 655035228815 

 


FLAC $11.99

03/10/2017 655035228815 

 


Machine Response by Career Suicide

Career Suicide

Machine Response
Deranged

Writhing, sneering, tight cornered Machine Response is the only acceptable follow up to the blistering and landmark Attempted Suicide by Career Suicide.?! After nearly ten years of beating around the bush, casually playing around the world and drip-releasing music along the way, the band is backed by their best lineup ever, ready to break back through themselves with this new full length. This album veers in and out of pure speed, bursts of melody, and chunky tempo shifts, indenting the long standing influence of early ’80s USHC, late ’70s punk, and a peppering of ’60s swagger, with their own clearly developed style.?! Dallas Good (Sadies, Andre Williams, John Doe, Half Japanese, Elevator and a million more) presents a magnificently essential second guitar and lead presence; a screaming contribution by great friend and long time supporter of the band, Souichi Hisatake (Forward, GISM, Insane Youth, Gudon, etc), cracks up your brain.?!

LP $17.50

02/24/2017 655035228617 

DY 286 


CD $9.50

02/24/2017 655035228723 

DY 287 


MP3 $9.90

02/24/2017 655035228723 

 


FLAC $11.99

02/24/2017 655035228723 

 


“Heat’s debut seven-inch is a hellish, whirlwind onslaught of ultracore agony.?! It would be easy to name check the cult HC groups of yore who make up Heat’s primary influences — Neanderthal, Citizens Arrest, Impact Unit, Crossed Out, etc.?! — but these San Diego insurgents aren’t content simply paying homage; they’re taking their savage influences and pushing the aural torment into a refreshing, self-stylized direction.?! Whether full tilt blasting, stomping at a mid-pace, or trudging through a dirge, there’s a natural fluidity and cohesion to Heat’s under-a-minute nuclear reactions that belies the group’s intensity.?! Simply put, any fan of extreme hardcore will revel in Heat’s burly, mutant approach.?! Buy it, steal it, hype it, but above all: feel it.” —Colin Tappe.?!

7" $6.00

01/20/2017 734463100082 

DY 294 


MP3 $3.99

01/20/2017 734463100082 

 


FLAC $4.99

01/20/2017 734463100082 

 


Domestic Bliss by Guilty Faces

Guilty Faces

Domestic Bliss
Deranged

After a well-received 7”, a lineup change, countless wasted nights, girl problems, spilled beers, cheap highs and the occasional tour, Guilty Faces return with their debut LP “Domestic Bliss”.?! A mix of early 80’s hardcore punk with the driving force of the Adolescents, Circle Jerks, Black Flag and Minor Threat, as well as the fervent melody of bands like The Replacements, Husker Du, and The Wipers, the band offer up ten songs about the joys of ruining yourself/life and the perils that follow.?! Snotty and poignant lyrics, hard and tuneful riffs and a great recording from Ryan Abbott (Social Circkle/Side Two Studios) make this LP a definite must for fans of hardcore punk and depraved personalities of all sorts..?!

LP $16.00

12/30/2016 880270290222 

DY 141 


Fed, Worked, And Watered by Hassler

Hassler

Fed, Worked, And Watered
Deranged

***Hardcore punk band from Toronto, Canada founded in 2012.?! Featuring a very long ex-members list from bands you may know from the past—blah blah, won’t bore you with that.?! After releasing a 7” EP on Schizophrenic records and a follow up on Beach Impediment records, the band’s sound is fully realized on this new LP for Deranged/Cut The Cord.?! A furious mash up of hardcore punk sounds from the past with no concern for current trends.?! Vocalist JAY CHISAMORE delivers the goods through 16 storming tracks.?! No 10-minute nowadays style HC “mini LP” here, but a full length LP of unrelenting and enraged HC done for real..?!

LP $16.00

12/30/2016  

DY 257 


SEDATIVES do it dark, desperate, and minimal.?! An archaic sound from the gothic ages of punk...when punk was catchy, but also dangerous.?! Going back to the three chord song, with downstrokes, vicious energy, and the two minute deadline.?! Sacred by the organ, it's night church in the post apocalyptic wasteland.?! Their first LP and follow-up to their debut EP on Going Gaga/P.Trash Records..?!

LP $16.00

12/30/2016 880270290420 

DY 150 


The Pale Blue Dot is an urgent yet explorative album marking a new era for hardcore punk.?! The album is a blend of traditional 1980's American hardcore and experimental instrumentation.?! Vicious Cycle bring an unrelenting, innovative and unique sound that represents the dire state of our planet.?! For fans of Fucked Up, Fugazi, Refused, and forward thinking hardcore.?! Recorded with Jonah Falco (Fucked Up, Career Suicide) and mixed by Jon Drew.?! Features vocal appearances by George Pettit (Alexisonfire) and Damian Abraham (Fucked Up)..?!

LP $16.00

12/30/2016 880270290628 

DY 148 


Rubber Burner by Worse

Worse

Rubber Burner
Deranged

New York City’s Worse have made an album of noisy rock’n’ roll songs that don’t shy away from being punk.?! Rubber Burner is heavy on pop sensibilities with guitars that blare through, sounding like classic ’90s bands Harvey Milk and Hammerhead.?! The slugging drawl of the instruments bleed into the two-singer vocals and what you’re left with is a puddle of punk rock goodness.?! Complicated arrangements enhance the band’s brute force and quick psychedelic dives, showing how compelling a two-minute, three-chord song can be. The band includes members of Nomos, Battletorn, Grids, and Syphilitic Lust and all three members played together in NYC’s unforgiving Shoxx.?! Rubber Burner can sound like Flipper and “Floyd the Barber”-era Nirvana at times, but also draws from The Cows or even The Butthole Surfers—all nine songs stand alone independent of each other..?!

LP $17.50

11/04/2016 734463100075 

DY 295 


MP3 $7.99

10/21/2016 734463100075 

 


FLAC $9.90

10/21/2016 734463100075 

 


Omaha, Nebraska’s Bib presents Pop, their follow up release to their 2015 Demo.?! Pop takes you on a panicked journey through a wormhole of anxiety and isolation. The band continues their wall of noise production on this release, with delayed vocals that sound like they’re being tossed off of a mountain.?! They mix quick, full-chord riffs with crushing breakdowns.?! Vocals weave between childlike shrill barks, primordial grunts, and pressure-reducing singing.?! The track “P.?! M.?! F.” ends the record with a chaotic blast of organ that perfectly captures Bib’s pop and hardcore sound..?!

7" $6.00

11/04/2016 734463100068 

DY 296 


MP3 $2.99

10/07/2016 734463100068 

 


FLAC $3.99

10/07/2016 734463100068 

 


Hailing from the Twin Cities, Color TV is the new band featuring some of the folks who brought you The Retainers, W.H.?! Walker, and Cheap Time, amongst others.?! They play dynamic, hook-laden punk rock that is tight and to the point, with raw production that harkens back to the sounds of yesteryear. A range of influences can be traced in this debut—Killed By Death bands, the Good Vibrations label, assorted Oz punk, the Red Snerts: Sound of Gulcher compilation, and an undeniable early Minneapolis sound à la Suicide Commandos.?! Songs that are short and sweet with a black eye..?!

LP $11.75

11/09/2018 734463100471 

DY 318 


7" $6.00

11/04/2016 734463100051 

DY 293 


MP3 $2.99

10/07/2016 734463100051 

DY 293 


FLAC $3.99

10/07/2016 734463100051 

DY293 


This repress of the glorious hardcore classic album Eyes Of Death by Violent Minds, remastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege, with two bonus tracks, also includes new art from Raf the Might / Too Many Skulls. For the uninitiated, Violent Minds was / is Zach Amsters, who temporarily relocated to Toronto to join No Warning in the early 2000s.?! Violent Minds wrote two incredible 7-inches (s/t and Riot), following it up in 2007 with this monster album, recorded along with a few Philadelphia locals.?! Fast forward to 2012, when Zach assembled a different crew in Boston and recorded a handful of new tracks with Chris Cory at the Paincave studio.?! This repress includes two tracks (“Prison Planet” and “False Prophets”) from that session..?!

LP $17.50

11/04/2016 734463100105 

DY 274 


MP3 $9.90

10/07/2016 734463100105 

 


FLAC $11.99

10/07/2016 734463100105 

 


Spare Parts is the new recording from Paris’s Youth Avoiders.?! This EP offers four new songs in the same vein as their 2014 album (also on Deranged), where the band perfected their brand of fast, melodic hardcore, similar to Career Suicide meeting the hook-driven punk of The Red Dons..?!

7" $6.00

11/04/2016 734463100099 

DY 290 


MP3 $2.99

10/07/2016 734463100099 

 


FLAC $3.99

10/07/2016 734463100099 

 


Plays Rock And Roll by Mongoloid

Mongoloid

Plays Rock And Roll
Deranged

Mongoloid play to the tune of you spilling your drink as you fumble for your foot, and Plays Rock And Roll rears its disgusted head in a seventeen minute fit of speed and beat.?! Blitzed-out guitars ring an echo of this world’s upset youth, bringing a giant wake up call to the vapid and empty-headed.?! Somehow a colossal man, along with a skinhead, found a marching whistle and beat to back it all up in this upset display of hardcore punk—played the way it was meant to be..?!

LP $17.50

09/09/2016 734463100044 

DY 283 


MP3 $7.99

09/09/2016 734463100044 

 


FLAC $8.99

09/09/2016 734463100044 

 


Omaha, Nebraska, conjures up images of steak, Warren Buffet, and Saddle Creek Records.?! One doesn’t think of hardcore punk.?! In comes Bib — noisey, blown-out hardcore from the middle of nowhere. Adhering to the “everything louder than everything else” approach, Bib’s colossal riffs sound like an avalanche when the bottom drops.?! Squirmy, effect-laden vocals veer from the huge to the weird.?! Live, sometimes with three guitar players, Bib takes the wall of sound to a whole new level that leaves your eardrums vibrating.?! This straight ahead, downstroke-pounding demo has been likened to Hoax mixed with Pissed Jeans. Originally released on a limited run of self-dubbed tapes, Bib is happy to bring their demo to life as a seven-inch on Deranged.?! A new seven-inch is in the works for late summer..?!

7" $6.00

08/26/2016 734463100013 

DY 292 


MP3 $2.99

07/15/2016 734463100013 

 


FLAC $3.99

07/15/2016 734463100013 

 


Cult Values was formed in October 2014 in Berlin as an international collaboration of musicians from the USA, New Zealand, Austria and Germany.?! After recording a much-acclaimed demo in 2015 (out on Berlin’s own Static Age Records) and getting a new drummer, the band began to play tons of shows in Germany and the periphery as well as write more songs.?! Their self-titled debut LP was recorded in December 2015 by Tobias Lill.  Cult Values has a very-early-American-hardcore-meets-post-punk sound, defined by fast, melodic, confident guitar play reminiscent of Articles of Faith and the more recent Criminal Code.?! The album delivers ten tracks of potent, dark hardcore that will thrill those hungry for a contemporary take on a classic sound..?!

LP $17.50

08/05/2016 734463100006 

DY 291 


MP3 $9.90

07/01/2016 734463100006 

 


FLAC $11.99

07/01/2016 734463100006 

 


On the heels of 2015’s highly praised double-LP masterpiece, Predatory Headlights, comes a new 12-inch by the Wisconsin punk outfit Tenement.?! This self-titled record includes the five newly remastered tracks from the band’s recent limited tour cassette, as well as two new unreleased songs.?!  From day one, Tenement has incorporated myriad influences into their polychromatic sound, and no single release fully represents their musical identity.?! Like most of their works, Tenement showcases a new side of the band—one that’s a little less punk and a little more pop.?! It’s a sound that’s been poking its way through the group’s decade-long tarp, finally stretching a hole large enough to crawl through.?! Here lies yet another piece to the ongoing Tenement puzzle, one many fans hope they won’t be solving anytime soon..?!

LP $17.50

08/05/2016 655035228914 

DY 289 


MP3 $5.99

07/01/2016 655035228914 

 


FLAC $6.99

07/01/2016 655035228914 

 


Spectres’ third album, Utopia is an eight-song offering of gloomy and compelling gothic post-punk.?! In recent years, the Vancouver five-piece has developed a more nuanced sound.?! Singer Brian Gustavson pushes his vocals into higher ranges, adding a more dynamic cast to the material; the complex guitar lines and melodies are more shimmering and atmospheric; Nathan Szilagyi’s driving bass provides a firm underpinning.?! On tracks like “Strange Weather”—originally intended to be the title of their last LP—Mitch Allen’s drumming chops shine through brilliantly. Put bluntly, the LP is a magical post-punk masterpiece: while the group’s earliest work had a gritty Warsaw / Crisis feel, Utopia is a lush and shimmering document of doomy greatness, firmly in the ballpark of The Sound or early 4AD output.?! Discover one of the crowning albums of the current post-punk and death rock revival..?!

LP $17.50

06/17/2016 655035226910 

DY 269 


MP3 $7.92

05/20/2016 655035226910 

 


FLAC $8.99

05/20/2016 655035226910