Wednesday, 14 October 2020

Ninth Circle "Awake Horrors" EP - available soon

From Austin , Texas comes this great ep from these Metal Punkers - listen here . Available in Black or Blue vinyl. £7.00 plus post

Tuesday, 13 October 2020

New in

GENÖME "Young, beautiful & free" LP on Havoc Records Debut from Malmö d-beaters with Crutches members, mangel cust! £11.00

FÖRGIFTAD / GEFYR split LP on  Phobia Records , käng punk from Sweden, double attack, awesome Pogger artwork, all vinyls coloured. Listen here £11.00

HUMANT BLOD "Flykten Från Verkligheten" 7"EP Phobia Records  £6.50

More New Stock From No Plan Records

 LINK LÄRM - "Troppo Presto... O Troppo Tardi?" LP  £12.00 Plus Post

 LP (Italian hc/punk band active 1983-1986. Played with Impact, Wretched, Indigesti, Peggio Punx, Anti-Sect, No Pigs, Varukers,... In their time they released an 11 track demo tape and had 4 songs on the compilation LP "Sutura Eterna" (together with Disper-Azione, Antisbarco and Midgard). Three of them then formed Contropotere together with 2 ex members of Elettrocrazia (from Naples). This is the discography album that includes the demo (11 songs), the 4 tracks from the Sutura Eterna compilation LP and 3 more tracks from the same session that were not included on the LP. Comes with a 6 page foldout insert containing band history, photos, lyrics, gig flyers and more. Musically Link Lärm were different from what was going around in Italy in those years and profoundly different from Contropotere that came later. Frequent rhythm changes, from mid tempo to fast, accompanied by devilish vocals spouting caustic denunciation of the political and social issues of the time and pungent guitarwork reminiscing of early Black Flag works, although on the whole I´d say Link Lärm owe more musically to Dead Kennedys than to Black Flag. Add to the mix some 80s Italian hc/punk flavor (Impact, Upset Noise, Eu´s Arse,...) and you probably get an idea what Link Lärm sounded like) LAST COPIES!

RAPPRESAGLIA - Danza Di Guerra - 7"EP £6.00 plus post

 (Rappresaglia started their story back in 1982 with their furious hardcore made in Italy (perhaps you remember the song Attack from a number of compilations back in the early 80s). By 1984 when their first 7" (this one) came out, they had found their style which, although it owed a lot to the Italian style HC that in those years started conquering the world, showed a slower and more melodic side to Rappresaglia. If you look at the Italian HC/Punk scene of the time, you could find certain similarities with bands like Bloody Riot, Stigmathe, Fall Out,...4 crude, direct, tuneful Punk anthems that stand the test of time.  OUT NOW!! 

Tuesday, 6 October 2020


HUMAN GAS / STALI NISM Split 7"  (F.O.A.D. 209)  £9.00 plus Post
Official reissue of  the rarest Japanese Hardcore/Punk 7″ of the ’80s, a true holy grail in every collector’s dreams. The existence of this record has been doubted for years and for some time it has even been removed from Discogs because nobody had evidence of its existence, until a connection with the band members was found. Originally released by the band in 1985, less than 100 copies were pressed and only handed to local friends in the Honbetsu/Obihiro area. What you get here is a pristine replica of the original with the audio sourced from the 1/4″ master reels, same artwork-sleeve, same inserts included. A real treasure from two of the most osbscure and violent Hokkaido Punk units. Human Gas attack with their angry and distorted Hardcore, with early versions of their classic rippers “Poison” and “Question“, Stali Nism, as the name suggests – were mostly influenced by The Stalin and deliver an equally energetic and fast Punk, filled with sincere intensity. Limited to 500 copies, all on black vinyl. 

HUMAN GAS "Super Violence Hardcore '84-89" Boxset (2xLP+CD+DVD+book) (diehard red w/ black splatter)  £42.00 plus post
Double LP + CD + DVD + book + extra casewrapped box. A work of love and dedication, the result of an incredible journey from the F.O.A.D. headquarters to a remote country-town in the middle of the Hokkaidō island, northern Japan, to meet the band members and put together the most exhaustive collection of all their available recordings, spanning from 1985 to 1987.  Here you get the ultra-complete discography of HUMAN GAS, including a lot of unreleased material… Musically, this is some of the rawest and most violent Hardcore ever spawned from the darkest lairs of the ’80s Japanese underground. Tracks from the split 7″ with Stali Nism (1985), “Noice and Hardcore” 1st Demo (1986), “Explosives” 2nd Demo (1986), tracks from “Street Punk in Obihiro” Omnibus tape (1986), “Lack luster” 3rd Demo + extra studio songs (1987), unreleased studio jam session with members of Human Gas + Stali Nism + Middle Class (1987).

HUMAN GAS "Super Violence Hardcore '84-89" Boxset (2xLP+CD+DVD+book) (diehard half-half + splatter)  £42.00 plus post
Plus there’s an extra CD with a soundboard live take from 1986 that sounds killer, assorted live recordings 1986-1987 and an instrumental version of their cult Demo “Explosives“. And to complete the massacre, you’ll also find a DVD with two complete live sets (their only gig in Sapporo, “Bessie Hall“, 1987 and one in Obihiro’s “Rocking Hall“, 1987) showing these raging maniacs in action. 79 TRACKS!! All this mastered from 1st generation sources provided by the band, transferred and restored with total care and attention to detail at Toxic Basement Studio. Trifold jacket housed in a casewrapped outer boxset, 24 page full colored booklet with loads of rare photos, flyers, memorabilia and some brief liner notes put together talking with the band members. Named after a Kuro song, Human Gas were the most destructive and iconic Northern Japan’s answer to the noisy and violent Noise/Punk scene that was growing in the opposite side of the country with bands like Gai, Confuse and Kuro themselves!

HUMAN GAS "Super Violence Hardcore '84-89" Boxset (2xLP+CD+DVD+book) (black)  £38.00 plus post
Add the fact that their songs were more structured, solid and as the title of this anthology suggests: violent. The Hokkaidō area is definitely one of the most fascinating and mysterious when it comes to early pioneers of the Japanese Hardcore panorama… L.S.D., 畜生, Slang, Tranquillizer, Deef, , F.U.P., Gaizin, Napalm, Noise-Decay and many more were all based there. Human Gas still stands as one of the most respected names for their genuine anger and the highly original and influential musical approach

WRONG BOYS “Il suono é distruzione 1982-1984” LP (F.O.A.D. 201) (Black Vinyl) £14.00 plus post
Raw and pissed off Italian Hardcore/Punk from the furious years! WRONG BOYS started in late 1981 in the small boring city of Broni, nearby Pavia, 1 hr drive from Milano. Because of the provinciality of their area, they didn’t get the deserved recognition, apart from a handful of tracks included in the legendary “Raptus” comp. LP’s on Meccano Records and a few more appearences here and there. Members of this band later moved on to form the Hardcore powerhouse called BLAXFEMA. This LP collects all the WRONG BOYS‘ recordings in existence, starting with their fantastic Demo 1982 recorded at Brown Studio, the same place where RAW POWER did their classic demo 1983!  Then there’s the songs from “Raptus – Negazione e superamento” v.a. LP, “Autogestione!” comp. tape plus 8 unreleased ones (rehearsal 1982 and live) that sound bloody raw and introduce their early steps as a pure Punk band before leaning towards typical Italian HC territories. 4 page full coloured insert with rare photos, flyers and original art.

DISARMO TOTALE “1982/1983” LP (F.O.A.D. 199) (Black Vinyl) £14.00
Just when you thought that there was nothing left to unearth from the bloody pit of the 80’s Italian Hardcore… another lost & found gem brought to light by F.O.A.D. Records! DISARMO TOTALE were a shortly lived trio from the area of Ferrara. In the past they were only known in the most inner circles of diehard collectors for their rare demotape that circulated in extremely scarce quantity, probably less than 50. Members of this band later joined IMPACT on the classic “Solo odio” line-up, easily among the 10 best Italian HC records from those years. In recent times they dug from the archives a full live-in-the-studio session made back then that has all their songs performed with unbelievable intensity and good sound quality. Rabid, political Hardcore, 21 tracks combining speed and that very specific vibe that distinguished the Italian bands of that era… roughly, think of a mix of Wretched, Impact, 5° Braccio and some UK Punk influences (Crass, Rudimentary Peni are the first coming to mind when listening).

V/A. "ESTAMOS EN LA SIMA" gatefold 2xLP + booklet (black)  £20.00
Quoting the liner notes included in this record: “This recording was made in 1989, in the basement of Alejandro Restrepo’s house (Ex-Tenebrarum), in a neighbourhood called “Niquía de Bello” in the suburbs of Medellin, Colombia. […] We hope that this new edition helps to reflect the history of blood and noise we lived back then.” That’s exactly the point: a history of blood and noise portrayed by some of the most angerful and violent realities from the South American underground of the ’80s. What we have here is one of the greatest Colombian Hardcore compilations, right there with “La ciudad podrida” and “Rodrigo D. no futuro“, for the very first time on vinyl getting the deserved F.O.A.D. treatment. ATAQUE DE SONIDO, CRIMEN IMPUNE, DISKORDIA, BASTARDOS SIN NOMBRE, HERPES, DEXKONCIERTO, HP/HC…  7 bands ranging from Noise core/Punk to classic Latin American Hardcore and even Grindcore in the case of HERPES, all of them characterized by an incredible amount of rawness and uncompromised fury.

Saturday, 3 October 2020

DISEASE "death is inevitable" LP in soon

"Death Is Inevitable" the 2nd full LP of Disease is coming soon on Burning Anger and Rawmantic Disasters Records from Germany.

20 minutes of total Disbones Crasher.


Black Vinyl £11.00

Coloured Vinyl £16.00 

Thursday, 1 October 2020




Skitklass ‎– 世界の平等さようなら (Sekaino Byoudou Sayonara) - £7.00

RUBBLE - S/T LP - £14.00


DOG SOLDIER - "Absolute Epic Horrors" 12" - £14.00

Wednesday, 30 September 2020

Nightmare - "Give Notice Of Nightmare" LP - IN STOCK SOON

 The record was originally released 1990 on the legendary SELFISH RECORDS! This label has released over the years so many classics by even more classic bands such as Death Side, Gauze, Outo, Systematic Death, Lip Cream and many others. Not to mention all their classic compilation LPs. Such a great label!

Along with Gauze & Warhead, Nightmare is one of the few classic Japanese bands that never broke up and it's still going strong after all these years. But when it comes to their records, 1990's "Give Notice Of Nightmare" LP is their highlight moment. Perfect sound, incredible song writing.

The record comes in the original artwork and is housed in a 350 gram cover and contains a sheet with Japanese lyrics and English translations! £13.00 plus post