Dignity of Labour is a four-single box that focuses on the decline of a paper mill factory near where some members of the Ex were squatting. An illustrated book explaining the issue keeps the songs' political content from being overlooked; instrumentation includes saxophone and marimba.
Garage punk band formed in Warsaw, Poland in August 2009 by members from Poland and Germany who were/are also involved in bands such as: Vitamin X, The Fight, The Tangled Lines, Knife In The Leg, Pogotowie Seksualne, All Day Hell or Mass Kotki.
1 in 12 Club Vol 14 / 15, 32 tracks inc Cress, Sawn Off, Headache etc. a benefit CD. All bands appearing on this CD played at the 1in12 Club between Aug 1992 - February 1999. 1000 copies. 28 page booklet.
A benefit CD that includes 16 fine versions of the best band ever (The Ruts) from Ex-Cathedra, Wat Tyler, Strikenin DC etc and a sad old sychophant wittering on about how good the original band were, as if we didn't know eh!
'Axis of ascendancy' is a digitally remastered double cd which has over 2 and a quarter hours of previous and unreleased tracks and comes with a full colour 24-page booklet containing lyrics,artwork and photos.
ACÃO DIRETA deliever a pair of powerful and thrashy songs that contain elements of crust as well as classic Brazillian thrash-metal. IN THE SHIT are from Wales and their pair of deliciously heavy and brutal tracks, which highlight the powerful and gruff voice of their new vocalist.
2 Disc compilation featuring the favorite bands of Pumpkin Records from around the world. Massive range of punk genres from acoustic to grindcore. Made on 100% recycled card + pressed cds. (* rare/unreleased tracks)
Angela Davis talks about the history of slavery, the struggles for freedom, and their implications for life in the U.S. today in a speech given on the 200th anniversary of the abolition of the slave trade.
The fourth and final volume of chronicling the UK 80s anarcho-punk scene. 23 tracks of which 17 are previously unreleased or exclusive versions, the higlight of which is an unreleased version ‘What Do You Want?’ by Crass
Third in the series chronicling the best of 80s anarcho-punk. 23 tracks of which 11 are previously unreleased packaged in a 24-page booklet. A mixture of better known bandse.g. Icons Of Filth, Oi Polloi, Alternative, Icon AD and lesser known but...
Second in the series of early 80s British anarcho-punk compilations. 21 tracks (including 12 unreleased) of rants against the state from bands such as Flux Of Pink Indians, Subhumans and The Mob and less well known bands like Sinyx and Eratics. Packed in a 24-page booklet...
4th full length of this band which has great influence on Polish scene since the decade. 13 tracks of powerful mix of hardcore and punk with their own sound. Hard to describe this, as although you can hear old hardcore bands influences (7 Seconds, Black Flag, etc.) influences here this is pretty “Polish” sounding, witch a touch of harsh...
Five tracks from the the snottiest DIY punk band in Minneapolis, whose message screams to be proud to be different, proud to Queer and be proud of non-conformist. Four of the songs are originals, while the final song is an appropriate cover of FAGGATRON's classic Ass-Kick-a-Tron.
"The Global Cannibal" is the second release from Pittsburgh's Behind Enemy Lines. Featuring ex-members of Aus Rotten, React, The Pist and Penance, this is ideal for fans of Aus Rotten, Conflict, Icons of Filth, Amebix, Tragedy, and Motorhead, among others.
Belligerent Declaration formed in the summer of of 2001 with the intent to play real punk rock with meaning. That was it. No intentions of becoming stars, making money or conforming to any of that bullshit to many money grabbing arsehole musicians (lets face it, that’s most of them) aspire to.