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SHOTMAKER Believe In 7″ Kung Fu / Manticore 1994

SHOTMAKER Believe In 7″ Kung Fu/ Manticore 1994
CONDITION: Great condition with light surface wear on sleeve. Vinyl looks very nice! VG–

US $14.99

Matt, Tim and Nick from Belleville, Ontario, Canada formed Shotmaker in 1993, a post-hardcore/emo/screamo outfit who played aggressive yet melodic hardcore music.



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ASS-END OFFEND “Character Assassins” 12″ LP Vinyl Record Screen Printed Sleeve

ASS-END OFFEND “Character Assassins” 12″ LP Vinyl Record Screen Printed Sleeve
CONDITION: Great condition. Light surface wear on sleeve. Vinyl looks great! VG++ to NM

US $9.99

Ass-End Offend played music that most often gets conveniently tagged with the “hardcore” handle. Fair enough, I guess. Husker Du and Gauze were hardcore. And, similarly, the music AEO plays is a well honed machete quickly hacking it’s way through a jungle of indie rock mediocrity! Ass-End Offend produce entirely ambitious Montana punk rock music and do so with aplomb and gusto. While less than pleased with mankind’s current state, they aren’t cynics. Rather, these ambitious dudes toured like madmen, made it to Europe and then unfortunately broke up. I think they sound most like some the stuff that Ken Sanderson puts out on his awesome Prank label, or on Life is Abuse. Heavy, dark, alternately dystopian and hopeful and more musically ambitious than its peers. Compare to Caustic Christ and His Hero is Gone, and add a couple truckloads of Evergreen/Great Falls, Montana desolation.-vinylcollective

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the doors

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PG. 99 “Document #6″ Process is Dead 7” Vinyl Record TOUR EDITION HAND NUMBERED 118/200

PG. 99 “Document #6″ Process is Dead 7” Vinyl Record TOUR EDITION HAND NUMBERED 118/200
CONDITION: Excellent condition with light surface wear on sleeve. Vinyl looks very nice! VG++ to NM

US $49.99

Pg. 99 (also spelled pageninetynine) was a screamo band from Sterling, Virginia on the outskirts of Washington, D.C. The band formed as a 6-piece in winter 1998 and later expanded to an 8-piece. With continual line-up changes, they once played as a 14 member outfit. Pg. 99 were known for their intense live shows.

In Connecticut, Pg. 99 attendees spawned a number of “theme shows” where audience members descended on the pit adorned with items of the evenings theme.

After several US tours, a European tour, and numerous releases, they disbanded in May 2003. As of 2009, two releases are yet to see light – a DVD compiling various live footage, and a split 10″ with City of Caterpillar containing both bands’ last songs recorded.

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TOUCHE AMORE “…To the Beat of a Dead Horse” 12″ LP YELLOW Marble Vinyl Ltd Record. Sound and Fury Records. Hand Screen Printed Limited Edition

TOUCHE AMORE “…To the Beat of a Dead Horse”  12″ LP YELLOW Marble Vinyl Ltd Record. Sound and Fury Records. Hand Screen Printed Limited Edition 25/100 slip sleeve. Includes a CD and oversized deluxe foldout poster.
CONDITION: Great condition. Light surface wear on sleeve. Vinyl looks unplayed. VG++ to NM

US $61.00
Touché Amoré is an American post-hardcore band that was formed in 2007.

The band released their debut 7″ demo on No Sleep Records in September 2008. After a few west coast tours, the band went back into the studio to record their full length entitled …To the Beat of a Dead Horse. The album was recorded at Earth Capital studios in January 2009.  The LP was released in June 2009 on both 6131 and Geoff Rickly of Thursday’s Collect Records.  The album was met with generally positive reviews from critics including Sputnikmusic, Punknews.org, and Alternative Press.  It also made its way onto multiple “Best Albums of 2009” lists.

The band’s sound has been linked to “traditional” screamo bands like Orchid, pageninetynine and Hot Cross, while also being called reminiscent of the more “straight-up” approaches of outfits like American Nightmare, Modern Life Is War, and Jawbreaker.

Touché Amoré has completed tours alongside Bane, Black Breath, Coalesce, Converge, The Dear Hunter, The Fall of Troy, Gaza, La Dispute, Lewd Acts, Lowtalker, Strike Anywhere and Thursday amongst several DIY tours.

the doors
the doors
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the doors
the doors

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HAMMERHEAD “Duh, the Big City” 7″ Vinyl AMREP Records 1994 Scale 70

HAMMERHEAD “Duh, the Big City” 7″ Vinyl AMREP Records 1994 Scale 70
CONDITION: Great condition with light surface wear on sleeve. Vinyl looks very nice! VG++

US $12.99

Hammerhead’s final release opens with the propulsive, Chrome-like “Earth (I Won’t Miss).” The song is as loud and fast as anything the Midwestern trio had ever done before, but with a more pronounced psych/prog rock edge — as befits its sci-fi-sounding title — and prefigures the rest of Duh, the Big City, which is crisper and yet more experimental than previous recordings. -saturnoesaburrido.blogspot.com

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BACON WAGON / Instrumen 7″ Vinyl Record

BACON WAGON / Instrumen 7″ Vinyl Record (For Fans of AMREP and Melvins and mathrock!)
CONDITION: Great condition with light surface wear on sleeve. Vinyl looks very nice! VG+

US $4.99

Bacon Wagon formed by twin brothers Kristoffer and Marcus Kinberg shortly after their former band, Acid Ape, called it quits sometime in 2004. Released first record 2004, a split 7″ with instrumen.In 2005 Bacon Wagon recorded an E.P called “savant”.Peter Johansson (ex Instrumen) joined in on drums as Marcus switched from drums to guitar. This definate line-up recorded a split 7″ with Dactyl in 2006 and followed it up with a tour in the states same year.

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Dactyl / Bacon Wagon Split 7″ on Hit Dat Records.

Dactyl / Bacon Wagon Split 7″ on Hit Dat Records.
CONDITION: New.

US $2.99

BACON WAGON starts off this cream-in-your-jeans split with a bulldozing, drag-your-ass-through-hot-tar number called “Musth” — two minutes of squealing feedback and blood raw riffage. The other two tracks presented here are even more alluring, abrasive, and heavy. Suffice to say that BACON WAGON is perfect for that special someone that can’t get enough of the dirgey BLACK FLAG stuff like “Damaged” and “Nothing Left Inside”.

Baltimore’s DACTYL are cut from the same mold, with a bit more Amphetamine Reptile sheen than their Swedish counterpart. Their tunes are twisted, flailing, atonal head charges that burst left and right into guitars coloring outside the lines. These riffs and changes drip with so much venom and vinegar, it’s tough to tell how many guitars are playing at any given time. “The Next Wave of Who Cares” scratches, bites, and chews at a cement wall until finally capsizing over itself, ending one of the best 7″ records to hit my turntable in months. Buy it.

dactyl bacon wagon
dactyl bacon wagon