The long-running SoCal fuzz rock progenitors have a vinyl remaster of their 1994 debut LP (read more)
From Alternative Press : The Gaslight Anthem have announced the B-Sides, an album of extra songs recorded between 2008 and 2011. Included are a studio track, acoustic versions and covers from the Rolling Stones and more.
From Incendiary Mag: (Incendiary) loves Carlton Melton, their music just sits there brooding and supine, like some massive Hairy who’s crashed out on your couch from the previous night’s party (read more)
From Heavy Blog Is Heavy – From All Purity is vicious and anguishing, with enough blackened noisey grit to partially obscure massive riffs in cacophony and discord….
Vinyl gods willing, we will have a selection of limited RSD releases!
From Louder Than War : You’ve got to love a good back-story when it comes to a new record, not least a re-issue, and there’s a great one here. Bl’ast! were a Seminal Californian HC band from the mid-eighties who did the dirty punk twisted-riffing Black Flag sound when Flag let their Read more about Bl’ast! – Blood![…]
From Castle Face Records : Featuring Thee Oh Sees John Dwyer, this album is remastered and lovingly re-animated, and for the first time on vinyl – Coachwhips’ first album Hands On The Controls. Wild, fast, and out of control. Features 6 songs never before released. Colored vinyl is A Side Orange, B Side Read more about Coach Whips – Hands On The Controls[…]
From Stereogum : The Nashville hellraisers Diarrhea Planet, who employ a ridiculous four guitarists, are getting ready to release their sophomore album I’m Rich Beyond Your Wildest Dreams, and it’s a riotous stampede of basement-show sludge and triumphant soloing, exactly the sort of album that suggests that the band would be ridiculously fun live.
From The Boar : It’s here! The new Stephen Malkmus album! In his band Pavement, Malkmus didn’t just play indie rock – he was at the forefront of it. Along with luminaries such as Frank Black and Thurston Moore, his name is one of the most recognizable in the genre, and he will probably Read more about Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks – Wig Out at Jagbags[…]
Death III is coming! In advance of the release of EVEN MORE previously unreleased recordings from the vaults of Death, the two songs here represent the album in showcasing two different eras following For The Whole World to See.