Grindcore, Documentary, Punk, Metal, Underground, Independent; DVD - New
Slave To The Grind is the very first documentary on Grindcore. It tackles its complex history, charting its rise from both punk and metal in the 80s. It was shot over 4 years in 9 countries on 4 continents. It was strictly DIY, with zero funding from studios or any corporate funding.
Noise, Deconstructed, Rock, Experimental, Improv, Lo-Fi, New Zealand, Dunedin, Dead C; 12" Vinyl EP (2020) - NEW
“Some bands struggle to transcend their initial mythos, those stories that introduce them to the public eye. But The Dead C is a notable exception. They appeared in 1986 under a cloud of mystery, their unconventional location (South Island, New Zealand) helping to fuel their erratic sound. Name-dropped through the nineties by groups like Sonic Youth and Yo La Tengo, they gained influence and acclaim but never strayed from their original mainlined performing technique, which can sound like chaos to the casual listener. Continuing to delve inwards for inspiration with tin ears towards trends, styles and technique, The Dead C forge onward. Unpolished, dusty and gritty, these three have again taken two guitars and drums, a combo which has less to say than ever, and leave us stunned. Unknowns has Morley slurring over spiraling dissemblance, with tracks ricocheting from intense to assaultive to drained, yet consistently magnificent. As reliable as ever, The Dead C are firmly grounded as an unassailable Truth.”
Metal Blade, Thrash, Satanic, Greece, Black Metal; (2015) Limited Edition Gatefold LP + woven patch - NEW
Launching forth on a nefarious mission dictated specifically by the horned master himself, Satan's Wrath stubbornly refuse to take their foot off the accelerator on their nightmarish ride to insanity and overload. This brainchild of sulphur-throated multi-instrumentalist Tas Danazoglou, has grown in monstrous stature, unflinching cruelty and sheer bloody-minded intensity over the course of its two full-throttle platters thus far, building an ominous pathway for Die Evil, its third unholy document, which emerges unto twilight in intimidating fashion, blasting their blasphemous attack into dimensions of dementia hitherto deemed beyond the pale.
Black 180g vinyl in gatefold sleeve with woven patch, limited to 444 copies worldwide.
Experimental, Improv, Sound Art, Field Recordings, Jazz, Musique Concrete, Audio Collage; Vinyl LP - New
"Don’t ask me about genre or consistency. Who cares?” says Toop - and of course we don’t, and you shouldn’t - especially at this precise moment in time. What you get here is a personal narrative mapped out on the back of Toop's eyelids, one moment reminding us of Eiko Ishibashi’s recent folklore masterpiece Hyakki Yagyo, before retreating down a mazy Gamelan wormhole, into shimmering chorus-pedal dreampop, Laswellian fusion and concrète abstractions - without flinching.
Limited Edition, New Old Stock, Bonus CD, HHeavy, Doom, Shoegaze, Noise, Ambient; Double Gatefold Vinyl LP + Live CD - New
"One single 62 minute long track, bass, guitar and drum machine, all woven into a slowly undulating soundscape of blissy drone and monstrous pummel.... It's like some Frankensteinian collage of Godflesh, Jesu, Sunn O))) and old Swans. It's heavy and bleak and doomy, but like Jesu, the sound is imbued with a strange warmth, and emotional mystery, that makes this much more than an exercise in guitar drone. And the sound is not static, it wavers and shifts, the melody subtly changing shape, all without the rhythm ever wavering.... Like Merzbow filtered through M83 and played by Philip Jeck, a glorious blast of spectral majesty, radiant and absolutely breathtaking." - AquariusRecords.org - Limited double LP release packaged in a gatefold jacket designed by Seldon Hunt in an edition of 1000 copies with a bonus on the D side of James Plotkin's exclusive ThaumoRemix. All copies include an essential bonus CD of a live Nadja performance in an outdoor garden. Important Records.
Hardcore, Grind, Noise, Shit-core, Chicago; Cassette (2015) - As new
Brutal 2015 release from Chicago’s power violence battalion. Bitter resentment and rancor straining under a harsh suffocating wall of brutish noise. Ruined and invalidated by the mundane carnage of daily existence. The demise of hope. Limited to 50 copies, this is the original cassette version from 2015 which was released as a 7" on Nerve Altar Records in 2016.
Noise Punk, Noise Rock, Melbourne, Lo-Fi, Garage Punk, Hardcore; Limited Edition Cassette - As new
This is the original 'Blowblood' release from 2015, limited to 50 copies - later re-issued in 2016 on 'Pissfart Records'.
Thrash, Death, Black, Grind, Punk, Metal, Melbourne; Cassette - As new
Brilliant death/thrash from Melbourne, this cassette is the long sold out second release from this heavy thrash trio. Cassette comes with glossy fold-out cassette card - a nice 7 track release for the black death thrash crowd....
Dark Wave, Industrial, Experimental, Electronic, Post-punk, Melbourne, Self Released; Limited Edition Cassette w/- Download code - As new
One of Australia’s most intriguing darkwave electronic acts, the tandem of Mohini Hillyer and Emma Hart as electro-tinged post-punk outfit Mollusc, has played a crucial role in defining and galvanising the growing darkwave scene in Australia, which has flourished in the latter half of the 2010s. Hypnotic and near-impenetrable in nature, the band’s 2015 debut EP is a sterling example of the power of the genre, blending a mixture of haunted industrial leanings, formidable throb-n-punch, a foreboding weight and simmering aggression. In six songs, Mollusc managed to take all the good bits of the genre and serve them up on a platter, setting a standard for the scene here in Australia. This is the original 2015 cassette release, later reissued on vinyl through 'IT Records'.
DVD; Mixtape, Gore, Splatter, Bizarre, Weird, Strange, Porn, Horror, Comedy; DVD Mixtape - New
HOLY SHIT! HERE IT IS! 4 YEARS IN THE MAKING!
Suffer through hours of horrible video atrocities without getting bored or having to deal with irreparable mental damage! The guys at Whore Church have combed through the worst stuff they could find, thoroughly blended and regurgitated it back out as The Whore Church Vol. 1. It contains more madness, more insanity and more fart jokes than you can shake your dick at! It's also got a shit load of bonus features on this badboy! Throw this sucker on at a party to kick it up a notch.
SUPER DUPER REGION FREE!
Melbourne's grindcore stalwarts SANCTIONED are coming to Bendigo to blast Trash Cult with support from DEAD ALREADY!
Skateboard, Cult, VHS, 90's, Classic, Skate, Culture; VHS Tapes - we have a bunch of different copies for sale in good used condition - email for list.....
411 was the equivalent of the internet for three quarters of the ’90s. That’s a big deal. Who didn’t like how random the 60/40 commercials were, or fast forward some spot check on a clunky park in Germany, or losing it anytime Sal Barbier addressed us via “The Grapevine”? For real, when he announced that Goodtimes Intelligence Agency was giving away a trip to Hawaii, he was genuinely puzzled–you can’t script that. By the way, who won that trip and what did it entail? Did you get to hang out with Carl Carpenter?
Having a steady stream of video showing up at your local shop made you feel connected and let more scenes shine, instead of exclusively seeing more footage of “some guy with a backwards fitted” somewhere in California. Being able to see what was going on in Love, Pulaski, or New York, in what felt like realtime completely changed the world’s view of the East Coast, inspiring people from everywhere to check out the spots. Ultimately that was a good look for everyone.