List of products by label Shove Records

Inferno – Sci-Fi Grind'n'Roll - LP Red

15 years have passed since Rome-based Inferno started spreading their crazy musical vision named Sci-Fi Grind’n’Roll, definition that suits the sound here contained just perfectly.

First time on vinyl, released by Inferno Records, Escape From Today and Shove Records.
 

Concrete – Nunc Scio Tenebris Lux - LP White

First released in 1998 on SOA Records, ‘Nunc Scio Tenebris Lux’ tells us why Concrete have entered the circle of the most important bands in the Italian hardcore scene of the 90s and why they’re quoted by many bands still today as a fundamental source of inspiration.

So, praise to Shove Records, The Fucking Clinica e Assurd Rec. for living ‘Nunc Scio Tenebris Lux’ a second youth. 

Fierce ‎– Eclipses From The Duat - LP

Formed in Italy in 2015, the band started to shape its mixture of atmospheric post metal and black metal riffs. The result of these four years of gigs and struggles is the new release Eclipses from the Duat, out on October 25th, 2019 via Epidemic Records, Shove Records and the Danish Rakkerpak Records. The new album is a step forward from the previous one, Ashes, in terms of darkness and heaviness. 

Ruminant ‎– Domicile Unknown - LP Clear

300 copies avaiable, 100 limited on red vinyl and 200 on clear vinyl (the one we have in our store).
A co-production between Shove, Hecatombe and Dingleberry

New release for this crust band based in Portland with ex members from Malachi.

While the guitars roar, the drums resound and the throat fills with anger, we build while we destroy. Emotions drive sound, sound powers the heart and the heart bellows from within. Caterwauling, grief, and anxiety are heard chewing on grit and dirt from the mouth of the void. Frustration leaves a taste on the lips.

FFO: His Hero Is Gone, Tragedy, Morrow, Fall Of Efrafa, Nux Vomica,
Under: Black Metal, HC, Punk, Crust, Grind, Noise, Dark HC, Dbeat, Neocrust


Recorded by Billy Anderson

Noise Trail Immersion ‎– Symbology Of Shelter - CD-Digi

Symbology of Shelter sees ever more dissonant black metal influences seeping into Noise Trail Immersion's chaotic music, balanced out by traces of post-metal utilized to make the group's compositions more dynamic and versatile.
Noise Trail Immersion thrives on fusing chaos and calm in an emotionally rousing manner both mournful and vitriolic throughout Symbology of Shelter. The album kicks off knee deep in disgust and aggression, seething endlessly on cuts such as opener "Mirroring", while showcasing an ambitious side and somber vibes of an entirely different nature on the album’s double dose of two-part songs, beginning with "Repulsion and Escapism Parts I and II", then returning later on the album to the journey contained between “The Empty Earth I” and “The Empty Earth II”.