Thursday, 22 April 2010

POS 13 : Kaddish LP

After years of talking and planning the first full length release from Kaddish, it is finally out now and we couldn't be happier with it.

Seriously immense emo hardcore. Chaotic riffs countered with the right amount of melodic relief. Tunes that will worm their way into your head and leave you singing, faux accented into your shower curtain imagining you were Tayside.

The cover art work complements the music perfectly, bleak and introspective. The record comes with the closest thing we're going to get to lyrics and a few musings from their wordsmith to boot.

For fans of Jeromes Dream and Badiou. Sorry Scotland, you just lost your best kept secret.

This is a split release between us, Autumn Jams, Internationale and This One's for the Crew.

POS 12 : Resurrectionists / Battle of Wolf 359 10"

This is the inevitable vinyl output from the friendship of these two bands. Released in time for the March/April 2010 UK tour.

Resurrectionists are from Germany and play pummelling, grinding hardcore as perfectly as you could hope to have it. Insane drums and eerie, driving guitars overlayed with guttaral and bloodcurdling vocals. Possibly their best songs yet? Delightfully brutal.

At the time of the recording BOW were based in Kent and London and blend a range of styles and influences into their own brand of raging, downtuned hardcore picking up where their LP of last year left off. The lyrics are as abstract as ever with nihilistic reflection on enviromental, personal and politcal issues.

Split release with our friends in Asymetrie, Moment of Collapse, React With Protest and 7 Degrees.

POS 11 : Resurrectionists LP

Resurrectionists hail from north-western Germany, and play a combination of pummeling "bremen style" hardcore mixed with chaotic "withing hour-esque" emo-violence/screamo. This band is tight, very heavy, and has multiple vocalists. After their demo recordings and a split 7" with Merkit, we are proud to co-release their first full-lengh record (that even contains a Eye Hate God coversong!). The cover is gatefold and a A2-Poster is included, artwork by stefan weyer. This band contains ex-members of Arsen Aka K├Ânig Der Monster and The Apoplexy Twist Orchestra.