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Satón – Ni'in - LP

Satón is proud to present it’s second studio material “Ni’in”. produced in its entirety by the band, mixed and mastered by Miguel Méndez at Carne Débil (Cali, Colombia).
Satón works with a diy philosophy throughout the production of this new album.

Ni’in: a word that originates from a mexican indigenous language meaning “to find oneself”; a word with a strong meaning that unifies the various feelings and sensations throught the album; a constant and long path to define yourself and ourselves as a musical contingent.

FFO: storm{o}, joliette, gillian carter, converge, daughters, touche amore under: punk, emo, melo hc, post hc, post punk, screamo

Black LP

Autarch – The Light Escaping - LP Gold

European pressing of the second LP from Autarch. 6 songs of sci-fi influenced emotive, melodic crust with themes of loss, resilience, and defiance in the face of ascendant fascism.

FFO: his hero is gone, tragedy, morrow, fall of efrafa, nux vomica, myteri, agrimonia, wretched of the earth and dark circles

Gold Vinyl

Bonehunter – Sexual Panic Human Machine - CD

Right from the start, Sexual Panic Human Machine is a different BONEHUNTER and one not merely replicating past glories.

From there, BONEHUNTER dive headfirst and headlong into a raucous yet well-oiled attack that, more often than not, lands well within the bounds of shredding speed metal: the chrome chassis gleams, but the engine pumps pure, black dsigust.
Leaner and most definitely meaner, this Sexual Panic Human Machine nevertheless never loses sight of that devilish FUN which made Evil Triumphs Again such a modern classic. Stocked with brand-new arsenal, awaken the machine with BONEHUNTER!

Bonehunter – Children Of The Atom - CD

Children of the Atom is BONEHUNTER hitting a fucking fever pitch. It would not be untruthful to say that Children of the Atom is the perfect synthesis of BONEHUNTER's first two albums: the dungeon-bred grit of the debut meeting the streamlined cruise of LP#2, without the faintest hint of self-consciousness nor repetitiousness.

But - and this is absolutely crucial - the devilish charisma and unfuckwithable confidence with which the band roll out each anthem after another here bespeaks something else together.
Simply, Children of the Atom is the new (and very now) sound of BONEHUNTER breaking into the bigtime.

Shitfucker – Sex With Dead Body - CD

Once one of the metal underground's best-kept secrets, Detroit scum-crew SHITFUCKER burst into the public's consciousness with utter and unrelenting rudeness with their now-classic debut album, Suck Cocks in Hell.

At long last, it's arrived: SHITFUCKER's second full-length, Sex With Dead Body.
Characteristically OTT as its title and comprising re-recorded versions of those four demo songs, Sex With Dead Body is an altogether sleazier and more haunting iteration of SHITFUCKER's by-now-characteristic aesthetic.
What spews forth is a swirling and oft-disorienting fever dream of ancient blackthrash and toxic hardcore-punk, pumped full of disease, degradation, and devil worship.

Mondo Generator ‎– Dead Planet - LP

With Dead Planet Oliveri has taken a band once considered a side project and turned it into a full-fledged rock and roll powerhouse.

As has been his trademark when he had written songs with Kyuss or QOTSA, this album just oozes with punk rock ethos.
Combined with the stoner rock influences that he helped create, this album is a study in excess and self-indulgence. And that is exactly what makes it so damn good.

Available on Black or White(ltd 400) Vinyl

Mondo Generator ‎– Cocaine Rodeo - LP

Prior to the formation of Queens of the Stone Age, bassist/singer Nick Oliveri recorded some originals with ex-Kyuss bandmates Josh Homme (guitar) and Brant Bjork (drums), plus Karma to Burn's Rob (drums) and others.
But once recording was completed, Oliveri decided to shelve the tapes; it wasn't until several years later (well after Queens of the Stone Age began to establish themselves) that the bassist decided to release the songs on a friend's indie label, Southern Lord Records.
Going by the name Mondo Generator, 11 tracks were compiled for the 2000 release Cocaine Rodeo.



Available on Black or Yellow w/Black Splatter(ltd 300) Vinyl

Mondo Generator ‎- Shooters Bible - LP

This is a gem! A rare pearl found in the deep sea, a MONDO GENERATOR 2010 lost album !!
The vocals are ripped as usual, some songs are screamed but yet others feature melodic lines. The album has a punk-stoner sound with a desert rock attitude.
All the songs are written by Nick Oliveri “ Rex Everything”.

The album features the cover of “Dog Food” by Iggy Pop with Dave Grohl on drums. Nick knows how to surprise us all the time! He picked this lost gem from his secret stash!

The artwork is by Bangalore.

Available on Black or Green(ltd to 600 copies) vinyl

Mondo Generator ‎- Fuck It - LP

Mondo Generator are back!!! Eight years since the last record... this is a dream for all the fans of the band!
A mixture of speed rock, american punk and hardcore with the typical Oliveri style. You can hear the old school roots of Black Flag and Dead Kennedys with a pinch of heavy rock and sometimes shades of stoner.

You can feel the dust and the sand of the Californian desert mixed with the rotten smell of a dirty basement used as venue! The songwriting is never ordinary and keeps the listener alive for the duration of the entire album. The vocal melodies are always interesting and give the music its trademark sound. You can definitely hear the punk attitude of QOTSA band with whom Nick played for long time.

Cover art by Branca Studio.
Available on Black or Gold (Ltd 250 copies) Vinyl

Mondo Generator ‎– Cocaine Rodeo - CD-Digi

Prior to the formation of Queens of the Stone Age, bassist/singer Nick Oliveri recorded some originals with ex-Kyuss bandmates Josh Homme (guitar) and Brant Bjork (drums), plus Karma to Burn's Rob (drums) and others.
But once recording was completed, Oliveri decided to shelve the tapes; it wasn't until several years later (well after Queens of the Stone Age began to establish themselves) that the bassist decided to release the songs on a friend's indie label, Southern Lord Records.
Going by the name Mondo Generator, 11 tracks were compiled for the 2000 release Cocaine Rodeo.

The majority of the songs are much more raw and hardcore/punk-based than Oliveri's output with QOTSA, as evidenced by such tracks as "Shawnette," "Uncle Tommy," "Unless I Can Kill," and "I Want You to Die."

Mondo Generator ‎– Dead Planet - CD-Digi

With Dead Planet Oliveri has taken a band once considered a side project and turned it into a full-fledged rock and roll powerhouse.

As has been his trademark when he had written songs with Kyuss or QOTSA, this album just oozes with punk rock ethos.
Combined with the stoner rock influences that he helped create, this album is a study in excess and self-indulgence. And that is exactly what makes it so damn good.