New In: Spitboy, 7 Seconds, Section H8, Knocked Loose

August 1, 2021

SECTION H8 “WELCOME TO THE NIGHTMARE” came out on Friday, Los Angeles, CA, Section H8 creates gritty and callously honest hardcore punk. “Welcome To The Nightmare” is pure hardcore punk at it’s finest, with fast as hell instrumentals that quickly become formidable and pummeling on the turn of a dime. Spitboy blazed trails for feminist musicians in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond during their brief but impactful life this a double LP containing their “Body of Work: 1990-1995″. We got restocks of the Deluxe reissues of the two classic hardcore records 7 Seconds – The Crew & Circle Jerks – Group Sex both LP contain large booklets. Speaking of hardcore legends the Bad Brains – S/T 12″ their debut studio album. Verbal Assault  – Trial 12″  Originally released in 1987, Verbal Assault bridged the gap between “heavy” hardcore and “smart” hardcore playing extensively with everyone from Agnostic Front to Fugazi. KNOCKED LOOSE “A DIFFERENT SHADE OF BLUE” knocked Loose is the obvious evolution to decades of bands like Integrity, Disembodied, Botch, and others – total and complete integration between metal and hardcore into a singular, seamless entity. Rain Of Salvation is a straight-edge hardcore band from Long Island, NY, Delaware, and Connecticut. Their new EP, “In Times Of Desperation,” is packaged alongside a newly remastered version of their their first EP. For fans of Foundation, Buried Alive, Turmoil, Hatebreed, Earth Crisis, Indecision, and Strife.  GOOD RIDDANCE “SYMPTOMS OF A LEVELING” LP This is the fifth full length from these Santa Cruz pop punk/hardcore kids – and quite possibly their best album to date. SHELTER – PERFECTION OF DESIRE LP Originally released in 1990, this was the first full-length effort from Shelter featuring Ray from Youth Of Today on vocals backed by Tom from Bold/Quicksand, and Todd, Bill, and Dave from 76% Uncertain.

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