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Merzbow/The Guilt of... - Split LP (LP) Cover Art Merzbow/The Guilt of... - Split LP (LP)

The Guilt of... features Mike IX (Eyehategod, Outlaw Order).

Japanese noise legend Merzbow offers up an assault of violent, swarming electronic distortion swirling with shards of brutal high-end feedback and cosmic oscillating tones, creating a vast whirlpool of caustic aural grit and buzz.

Industrial noise punks "The Guilt of... " a New Orleans-based group made up of Mike IX Williams (EyeHateGod, Outlaw Order, Arson Anthem) and Ryan McKern (Wolvhammer) layer waves of piano, fuzz, tortured vocals drums and distorted sub-bass to create a mesmerizing and crushing drone-like effect.

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Michael D. Williams (Eyehategod) - Mike IX and the Southern Nihilism Front (7 inch) Cover Art Michael D. Williams (Eyehategod) - Mike IX and the Southern Nihilism Front (7 inch)

Limited edition of only 500 copies with yellow splattered on black vinyl. Includes a poster of Mike IX's artwork.

Michael Williams, vocalist for Eyehategod, Outlaw Order, Arson Anthem and author of "Cancer as a Social Activity: Affirmations of World`s End" delivers anti-social misanthropic spoken word and power electronics on this limited edition 7".

"That's What the Obituary Said" is a spoken prose piece with ambient backing by Ryan (The Guilt Of...) McKern. Originally a Bloodyminded track, "Ten Suicides" is now newly re-mixed by Mark Solotroff (Intrinsic Action/Bloodyminded).

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Unearthly Trance/The Endless Blockade - Split LP (LP) Cover Art Unearthly Trance/The Endless Blockade - Split LP (LP)



New York doom metal juggernaut UNEARTHLY TRANCE offer up a side long onslaught of d-beat and doom before plummeting deep into the noise depths.

Toronto's THE ENDLESS BLOCKADE combine power-violence and power-electronics to brutal effect.

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Unearthly Trance/Wooden Wand - Split 7 inch (7 inch) Cover Art Unearthly Trance/Wooden Wand - Split 7 inch (7 inch)

Limited edition of only 200 copies.

Unearthly Trance and Wooden Wand offer a split 7 inch from the songbook of Charles Manson. Unearthly Trance reach into the hole of the infinite with their haunting version of "People Say I'm No Good" while Wooden Wand programs the young love with his version of "Get on Home".

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Various Artists - You've Got Your Orders (Volume 1) (CD) Cover Art Various Artists - You've Got Your Orders (Volume 1) (CD)

Featuring members of Clutch, Alabama Thunder Pussy, Mudhoney, Isis, Sonic Youth, Firehose, Concrete Blonde plus many, many more in a unique project that shares a similar concept to Probot.

Strictly limited edition of only 997 copies worldwide!

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The idea was a simple one: contact the musicians in my record collection and ask them if they’d write a song if I gave them a song title.

With titles like “X-Ray My Dreams,” “Hot Licks for Shredders,” and “Smut Merchant of Venice” and a wide array of musicians, including Mudhoney’s Mark Arm, the Minutemen’s Mike Watt, and the Geraldine Fibbers’ Nels Cline, the odds that this limited edition CD (only 997 were produced) would be a creative success were fairly high. With twenty-two tracks, the end result is chaotic, sometimes uneven, but still captivating. Some of the songs seem to take their chosen titles to heart, whereas others sound like they just tacked them on to existing work, giving no direct correlation between the two. Basically, there’s something for just about everyone here.

Neil Fallon’s acoustic “Instant Winner” – has the same affable charm as the more mellow songs in the Clutch catalogue. Given the title “Smile for the Soul-Stealing Camera,” Erik Larson delivers some of the Southern boogie of his solo album and Alabama Thunder Pussy’s work but overall it’s hardcore/thrash in execution, and thoroughly punishing. Most of the other more “conventional” (for lack of a better term) songs are garage-rock, punkabilly tracks like Harry Seitz’ “Sign Language Tourettes” and Jedediah Parish’s “The Sons of Lee Marvin". Johnette Napalitano’s ethereal “Memory of a Liar” could work on either a Concrete Blonde album or on Isis’s Oceanic. Interspersed between those songs are the more experimental sounding tracks. If you want to expand your taste in music, or if you’ve already got a fairly broad collection, I’d suggest grabbing a copy of this quickly.

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Various Artists - You've Got Your Orders (Volume 2) (CD) Cover Art Various Artists - You've Got Your Orders (Volume 2) (CD)

Featuring Brant Bjork and members of The Stooges, Eagles of Death Metal, Swans, Cave In, Cop Shoot Cop plus many, many more in a unique project that shares a similar concept to Probot.

Strictly limited edition of only 999 copies worldwide!

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You've Got Your Orders Vol. 2 follows in the footsteps of the critically acclaimed You've Got Your Orders Vol. 1 which came about when Chrome Peeler Records head, Jason Ziemniak, gave musicans song titles and had them write and perform songs based around the titles. Particpants of Vol. 1 included Neil Fallon (Clutch), Aaron Turner (Isis), Mark Arm (Mudhoney), Godstomper, Hella among others.

The cavalcade of stars continues with the release of You've Got Your Orders Vol. 2. Here are the participants: Brant Bjork (Kyuss, Fu Manchu), Jesse Hughes (Eagles of Death Metal), Steve Mackay (The Stooges), Nikki Sudden (Swell Maps/Jacobites), Eddie Angel (Los Straitjackets), R. Hoak (Brutal Truth), Stephen Brodsky (Cave In), Nathan Larson (Shudder To Think), Amps For Christ (Man Is The Bastard), Phil Puleo (Cop Shoot Cop, Swans), Sonny Vincent (Testors), Immortal Lee County Killers, Silver Apples, John Easdale (Dramarama), Blues Goblin (Sam Coomes from Quasi), Paradise Island (Jenny from Erase Errata), Black Lipstick, Brent Eyestone (Waifle, Forensics), Vaz, Elliott Sharp, Jim Coleman (Cop Shoot Cop, Phylr) The Scheme (The Pills) and Brett Rosenberg.

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