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CIDE060 EVOLVE – BREAKING DOWN THE BARRIERS – LP / CD / zine out October 24th via Realicide Youth Records!

PRE-ORDER the Evolve LP before October 20th for $12 US / $17 World, postage-paid.

PRE-ORDER the Evolve CD before October 20th for $8 US / $12 World, postage-paid.

PRE-ORDER both LP & CD before October 20th for $18 US / $25 World, postage-paid.

All LPs and CDs will be accompanied by an extensive zine… Buying the record before it is publicly released will save you a couple dollars and your record will be mailed out first when they become available. The pre-orders also help our label a great deal with the financial strain and personal risks we undergo to make releases like this happen, regardless of our immediate resources in many cases! Check back to this page for further updates about “Breaking Down The Barriers”.


Read the zine that accompanies this album HERE.



REALICIDE patches $1 (or free when you order a few releases)

“TO LIVE A LIFE AGAINST ABUSE!” White plasticol ink over black and misc. dark fabrics, by www.outfallchannel.com Realicide title over 2 Korg Electribes and the slogan underneath. 200 printed, September 2009. Another larger patch with the same slogan but just the Realicide hardcore fist instead of the drum machines – 15 printed, September 2009.


CIDE056 Mavis Concave “Survive This” CDR $5

Mavis Concave of Realicide, SX, DJ Thumper – 5 track EP produced summer 2009 in Saint Louis – a narrative trudging though complete emotional devastation, intense self-doubt and identity conflicts, vengeful and defeated confessions, and finally the tempered strength to move forward – wrenching vocal performances all to a soundscape of raw digital glitches, scathing breakcore rhythms, and the driving force of memorable synth lines backed by immaculate gabber kicks. There is even an amped up digital hardcore cover of Dystopia’s song “Socialized Death Sentence” for anyone whose job has them considering suicide as a reasonable alternative. If you’d always thought hard electronic beats were nothing besides a cheap accessory to raver drugs – here is another fierce counterexample. EMBRACE YOUR DOOM – IN FORWARD MOTION! Screenprinted disc with fold-out poster (artwork by Nick Francel) and vinyl sticker. 150 copies, August 2009.


CIDE057 Chemical Committee “Ill-umi-Nati” CDR $5

Chemical Committee (AKA CemCom) is the Cincinnati hiphop duo of Beta Max and Freak One (Evolve project collaborator) rapping about drugs, the cops, tagging, and an array of other presences in their world, both positive and negative – all backed by strongly Wu-influenced beats laced heavily with old video games and movie samples of varying traceable relevance.  This is 100% robo-tripping hiphop, raw from the frustrated and crazed urban midwest American youth. ILL-UMI-NATI was originally self-released in 2007, now re-editioned for CemCom’s debut contribution to the Realicide label. Screenprinted disc, color cover art, fold-out poster, vinyl sticker. 100 copies, August 2009.


CIDE058 Praey CDR $5

Debut songs from the Saint Louis hardcore trio (Kerns Lane, Mavis Concave, Jack Callahan) that was formed, playing gigs in surrounding cities, and recorded all within June 2009! Strong influence from the youthful urgency of fast, oldschool HxC combined with heavy, dissonant guitar doom and calculated bursts of mic feedback and other scraps of noise amidst otherwise conventional punk rock song structures – this self-titled Praey EP contains 8 studio tracks, including renditions of “Pressure” by Negative Approach and “Shit For Reality” by Realicide, and 3 live recordings from gigs and a radio session. Screenprinted disc, color cover art (by Nick Francel), fold-out poster, vinyl sticker. 150 copies, August 2009.



     "Resisting The Viral Self" is a rare circumstance of Realicide finally completing an extensive studio album of a highly collaborative nature. In contrast to the project's extensive output of live bootlegs and other very rough material, here is a very defined and focused collective energy from artists across the US throughout late 2007 until early 2009. This body of work includes the lyrics and voices of Robert Inhuman and Jim Swill; the hardware and software electronic music of Vankmen, Ryan Faris (of Capital Hemorrhage), Evolve, and Steven Cano (tik///tik); additional sampling by Simon Severe; and mastered by Mavis Concave. Sonically, "Resisting The Viral Self" ranges from Realicide's established style of very abrasive gabber punk, inspired by certain sects of harsh noise and classic digital hardcore, yet venturing into other means at times, such as dark ambient soundscapes facilitating spoken tracks and delicate sound collages. Lyrically, the album claims allegiance most strongly to the roots of Anarcho-punk and other combative, yet ultimately constructive, efforts in promoting a lifestyle based in equality and the courage to experiment regardless of social pressures (especially against these social pressures). The 12" vinyl holds the essentials of the album, at 17 minutes each side, but the CD format has allowed the material to be doubled, at 48 tracks and filling the disc with as much raw hardcore and industrial mania as possible. Both versions of the album are available in full-color printed jackets, featuring artwork by Robert Inhuman, and are accompanied by an extensive zine. Though a modest stack of xeroxed text and drawings, this zine is completely supplemental to the music of "Resisting The Viral Self". In addition to all technical credits and lyrics, essays elaborating on the content of almost every track are presented, along with essays regarding the ethical philosophies and policies surrounding Realicide in every aspect of its operation. Vinyl stickers are also included with both CD and LP versions. For anyone who has an interest in Realicide and has waited through years of many less coherent bootleg releases, or anyone who has been increasingly hungry for a band that can very directly utilize electronic hardcore as a vehicle for radical and socio-political propaganda, this is an album that can give you what you've been hunting for - with a terrifying vehemence yet an unwavering message of compassion and self-sacrifice. FIGHT THIS HELL. REDEFINE HARDCORE. 29 March 2009, for Realicide Youth Records (1st Edition: 500 LP & 1,000 CD)

CIDE055A Realicide “Resisting The Viral Self” LP $15 US / $20 World, postage-paid.

CIDE055B Realicide “Resisting The Viral Self” CD $10 US / $15 World, postage-paid.

LP + CD + zine together = $20 US / $30 World, postage-paid.


Read the zine that accompanies this album HERE.


CIDE051 Realicide / Capital Hemorrhage split 7”   $5

Originally created for Apop Records, when it was never pressed we decided this could be the first vinyl release properly handled by the Realicide label. Each band offers 2 tracks, one being a cover song of the other band. Realicide “The Audience Sucks” and “Army Beta Test” (C.H. cover), featuring merciless speedcore gabber by Vankmen and industrial rock programming by Mavis Concave, with voice and further editing by Robert Inhuman. Capital Hemorrhage “Man Of Steel” (Realicide cover w/ words by Jim Swill) and “Familiar Death”, a bleak and disjointed mix of hardcore and no-wave noiserock by the duo also known for Ultra//Vires, Hentai Lacerator, Often, and their DIY label Outfall Channel. Mastered Weasel Walter. Cover art by Ryan Faris of C.H. and inner sleeve artwork by Ben S. of Saint LouisFreezerburn Zine. This record clearly exemplifies 2 sorts of progressive hardcore associated with Realicide Youth Records, and will also serve as the precursor to the upcoming Realicide “Resisting The Viral Self” LP on this label, among other more concentrated releases by bands and artists that do not necessarily share an identical aesthetic, but more importantly find common ground in their ideologies and general methods of seeking dialogue with the world surrounding them... 500 copies, December 2008 by Realicide Youth Records & Outfall Channel www.outfallchannel.com Distributors, get in touch about distro rates!


Realicide / Half Gorilla split 7” $5

Realicide offers 2 studio tracks recorded later 2007 (Dead And Ground Flat On Cement + Head Perfect) featuring noisy hardware speedcore by Vankmen with the voices of Robert Inhuman and Jim Swill; topics of misanthropic compassion and the erosion of personal privacy via a double-edged sword called technology. Half Gorilla is an intense grindcore band from Milwaukee drawing equal influence from traditional hardcore punk and various offshoots of deviant metal, offering 4 songs (All Your Sores, Shit In The Well, Rabies Diet, Birth), from 2007 when Peter J. Woods was the bassist. This record brings together two drastically different aesthetic adaptations of hardcore, but in a situation in which they can coexist with mutual open-mindedness! Try it instead of default prejudices?! Edition of 500, August 2009. 



12” by RRR (Lowell, MA) – first Realicide vinyl record, a best-of collection 2004-07 speedcore gabber/grind and manic noise edits. 36 minutes of fast high-anxiety electronics-driven punk music. Hand-screened covers by Outfall Channel, 12 page xerox book, and a vinyl sticker. Editioned to 380, June 2007. Note: the title on this record reads “Ready” but it was intended to be “RRReady”, combining the reference to classic hardcore band Negative Approach, and classic harsh noise label RRR. This was the sole reason for the title, and it’s been regretted using a compromised spelling, losing our intentions and attempt at relevence. Also, this record is viewed by many as a Realicide “album”. It’s not meant to be seen this way. It is an anthology on vinyl. The format does not make it more valid or unique as music. It’s also not a DJ record, so any ideas that we were supposed to make something with a steady BPM and longer, more manageable tracks to spin at your hardcore party, is very confusing to us and only implies a complete lack of willingness to understand the root nature of the music on this record. It may not be practical, but it is our take on speedcore and manic cut-up noise.


HIRNTRUST Hentai LaceratorChelsea Charms R.I.P.” 7” $6

Released by Austrian extreme music label Hirntrust Grind Media, “Chelsea Charms R.I.P.” offers a vinyl format for 6 of the sickest tracks from Hentai Lacerator’s 2007 studio album, “Sugarsplash!”, previously released via CDR by Realicide Youth and Outfall Channel. Fans of excruciating and bizarre fast hxc, punk-drenched grindcore, and manic brain-damaged noiserock can find a perverse comfort in Hentai Lacerator. Also, individuals who are interested in sexuality may be intrigued to know that the band’s lyrical content focused on scenarios involving Slimer (the green ghost) interacting and pining for various Hentai Prostitute girlfriends. So basically, you can try to rock out to Hentai Lacerator just for the sake of wild noisy hardcore music, but it is at times very difficult to turn a blind eye to its more overtly weird, fucked up, and arrosing qualities. Be warned!!! 7” record cut at 45rpm w/ full color covers, featured songs: A1 Killed By Cum, A2 Fatal Surge of Tits, A3 Sugarsplash!, B1 Stripped Nude In The Slimepit, B2 Blisshole, B3 Dazzle And Kill Them! Editioned to 300 copies, February 2009.


CIDE053 Evolve “once it was easy to give up everything you had & wander; before the streets were venomous: we walk” $5

The third Evolve album, re-issued after its initial release on the Heresee label in late 2006. This is a beautifully warm and passionate album from Cincinnati Ohio; a collection of tape collage blending into spoken pieces, joined by primal hardware drum machine and synth patterns, humble urban hiphop elements with surreal freestyles by guests such as Jim Swill and Freak One. If you have interest in art and music that confronts the dark, edgy aspects of city life, the grit and anxiety, fears and personal conflicts, but still with an overwhelming feeling of awe and compassion, a love for both friends and passing strangers, the Evolve project is highly recommendable. If you are interested in music that’s purpose is to make you feel invulnerably hard and comic-book-like, you might want to skip this and stick with mainstream radio. Screenprinted disc, foldout lyrics xerox poster, and a color photograph. 200 copies, December 2008.


CIDE052 Sacrifice Zine #2   $3

Constructed of material gathered throughout 2008, this 2nd episode of Sacrifice features interviews with Capital Hemorrhage, Abiku, Nuclear Dawn, Xrin Arms, and written pieces by Cybelle Collins, Knox Mitchell, Simon Severe, and Michael from Big Nurse. New artwork by Mr.Ben and Robert Inhuman, with a series of earlier drawings by Adrian DeQuiros and Shawn Blake. The zine’s centerfold actually folds out to reveal an extensive survey piece of the question "Is the intent of amusement and social comfort a threat to the potency of applied punk / hardcore / noise ethics in our daily lives?" with widely varying responses from Johnny Ultraviolence, BIRTH!, Jason Forrest, Muscle Brain, Trevor Dunn, Jim Swill, Rosemary Malign, and dozens more… 200 copies, December 2008.


CIDE050 Realicide "CIDE TORRENT" data-DVDR, 4.3gb of over 1,800 files. $15 US / $20 World, postage-paid.

We're living in an age, more and more it seems, in which all information is available if we're able to recognize and accept it. This is a data DVDR that contains around 99% of anything ever publicly available by Realicide, beginning with the project's conception in 2002 through the curation of this release in September 2008, totaling over 37 hours of audio, hundreds of flyers and posters and photos, notes, all organized into 67 folders... For anyone who has not already owned Realicide material, or for anyone looking for any earlier or more obscure previous releases, this disc contains almost everything that the public has ever had access to: tapes, vinyl records, CDR's, zines, "net releases", compilation tracks. And as the title suggests, it was painstakingly compiled in order to adhere to the recent surge of Torrent file-sharing online. You can make torrents of it, inject it into your Soulseek files, burn CD's, anything... As bonus material, included are many previous releases by Realicide-related artists such as Evolve, Mavis Concave, Ultra//Vires, aaronquinn, SX, Hentai Lacerator, Jim Swill, No Candy... The DVD case it's packaged in also contains 3 xerox posters and a sticker. Postage-paid US price is $15 because of the massive amount of information on the disc and the labor that went into compiling it, but since the idea behind this release is file-sharing, it is suggested that you get a few friends to throw in a couple dollars each, buy 1 copy, and share it. Any profit from this release will contribute to the next phase of Realicide Youth Records, which will offer new and increasingly focused material by Realicide members and artists of a similar ethic and motivation, including as much collaborative activity as possible with anyone who feels they can truthfully relate to our chosen path and purpose. Please email with any questions, or for distro rates. Edition: 150, October 2008.


CIDE049 Simon Severe “Pressure Harvest” zine, 20 pages $2

This zine wasn’t initially released as CIDE049, but it was created to be available during the Summer 2008 Realicide tour which spanned over 60 shows across the US and parts of Canada. It was Simon’s first zine in what will be a series called Pressure Harvest. Topics range from political activism, energy alternatives and conservation, trances of misanthropy and certainly of existential perspectives, offered both through intense accounts of personal experiences, fictional narratives, and straight-forward philosophical short essays. There’s nothing really about bands or records in this zine, but for anyone interested in the inner-workings of people involved in the Realicide project, like previous books by Jim Swill and others, this could be of significant interest. Edition: 200, May 2008.


CIDE046 Hentai LaceratorSugarsplash!” CDR, 20 min. + booklet $7

The long-dreaded release of Hentai Lacerator’s studio-recorded set, 12 songs about Slimer crying slippery with anxious joy onto animated dreamlike girlfriends (vocal by Robert Inhuman of Realicide), backed by manic and infuriating blasts of abstracted hardcore, grind, and sped-up noiserock (by members of Capital Hemorrhage). D-beat purists will vomit in utter disapproval (it will sound ironically much like the vocal on the CD) but true noisecore and musically-perverted freaks are sure to rejoice about an album that references many punk styles of the past decade while not sounding like the same shit you’ve been into since you were fucking 15, and it’s recorded totally decent as well! So if you love Slimer, or any of the substances that spray off of him, or any of the robust babes that hang out with him, and are sick of pretending like crust isn’t just metal that dresses like “Road Warrior” bullshit, check out “Sugarsplash!” …and if your parents are coming up the stairs just throw that shit under your bed and everything will be cool. Co-released by Outfall Channel (www.outfallchannel.com) and Realicide Youth, packaged in a lime green DVD case w/ screenprinted discs and large fold-out poster, lyrics sheet, booklet of extensive illustrations and interviews with crucially influencial (to HL) figures in adult entertainment such as Amber Evans, Petra Verkaik, Belladonna... Edition: 100, January 2008. GIVE ME PINK. 2nd edition: 100, July 2008.


CIDE045 Jim Crocket Swill “The Great Equalizer” book, 48 pages + CDR $6

Written during his time on a farm in the remote wilderness of Lebanon Oregon, this collection captures pivotal moments of life experience and insight gained in ways not possible at Swill’s prior homes in urban St Louis or Cincinnati, along with a period of intense reflecting and self-evaluation. The book is accompanied by a disc containing 17 short videos and 200 postcard-like photos, shedding examples of the context and general atmosphere in which the written pieces were created. For anyone interested in Swill’s contributions as a lyricist in the Realicide group, or further elaboration on his spoken performances with St Louis’ “Get Born!” zine/events, this one can take you even deeper into his work and perspective. Screenprinted covers and discs by Outfall Channel. Edition: 200, January 2008.


CIDE036 Jim Swill “A Hollow Destination” book, 28 pages. $2

Second collection by Big Swill, this material written and arranged throughout later 2006, an intensely passionate montage of poetry and prose both wrenchingly romantic and socially-minded. For any appreciators of his spoken/lyrical work within Realicide and Evolve performances, this one is 100% pure savory SWILL magic. Edition: 200, February 2007.


CIDE33B Robert Inhuman “in more than name alone” $2

…booklet, 8 pages + large fold-out Edition: 50, December 2006.


CIDE030 The New Flesh “filth & degradation vol.II” CDR, 56 min. $4

Baltimore’s loud and crushing punk rock bitterness archives filthy live gigs of 2005. For the shred of hope remaining in rock and roll music, this is one band definitely doing their part to keep it raw and untamed. Some tracks featuring Robert Inhuman, Jim Swill, and Dustin Newman. Screenprinted disc, vinyl sticker. Edition: 100, September 2006.


CIDE024 Jim Swill “Sleeping With Your Eyes Open” book, 36 pages. $2

Xerox/staple book, a collection of Swill’s writing from 2004-05, much of which has been used lyrically for Realicide performances and spoken pieces. Edition: 200, August 2006.


CIDE016 Evolve “beyond limits being human” book+CDR, 32 pages, 51 min. $5

Second full album featuring CM, DJ Yes, Swill, Freak1, more… art-damaged hiphop, socially charged lyrics, dynamic cut-ups and tripped out chop work. Accompanying book of lyrics and many many graff flicks both local to Cincinnati OH and from various cities visited on tour + fold-out poster of a subhuman skeleton dug up. Screenprinted disc. Edition: 150, February 2006.


CIDE007 Abombination [demo] CDR, 14 min. $2

Hardcore 3 piece punk rock demo, screenprinted disc, Realicide crew’s !NFECT as vocalist, produced by Mavis Concave, 5 songs about being stepped on, pissed off, and Wolverine. Edition: 100, May 2005.








Muscle Brain 12” $10 – beautifully hand-printed artwork with the self-released LP of the outstanding Saint Louis tech/post-hardcore duo!


Dawn / Sanctions split 10” $9 – great split record of Nashville dark hardcore and grind.


Stagediver ‘I’ 7” $5 – great Milwaukee electronic hardcore made from archaic Amiga computers; comes with stickers; Stagediver CD pending via Realicide Youth Records…


DISPYZraverblood’ 7” $5 – more Milwaukee hardcore from the Radiograffiti label and same creative force responsible for Stagediver; more stickers included with this record…


Karoshi 7” $5 – from Nashville’s Anti-Corporate label.


Hentai Lacerator 3” CDR $5 by something called Jeshimoth in Joplin MO; intense recording of the final Hentai Lacerator show 21 October 2007 in Saint Louis. August 2009.


Realicide “Raw Skeletal Knuckles” 3” CDR $4 - released by FTAM (Milwaukee, WI) – a collection of Electribe beat patterns, live recordings from the summer 2008 tour (including an adaptation of The Mob’s song “I Wish” and collab segment with Charlie Turner), and spoken segways. June 2009.


Lost Compound 2 CDR $4 – compilation from the Toronto breakcore / experimental electronic crew feat. Realicide, Traits, Amphetamine Virus, Often, Skymall, The First Seed…


Lost Compound 3 CDR $5 – compilation from the Toronto breakcore / experimental electronic crew feat. Realicide, Heartworm, The First Seed, Traits, Xrin Arms, video by Skeeter


Xrin Arms “Olive Juice” CD $10 – extremely abrasive electronic grindcore with hiphop and soul references; wild 2009 album released by Snake Pillage.


Amphetamine Virus “Starting Over” CD $8 – some of the absolute best US breakcore; from Backwards Records in Seattle – remixes of White Zombie, Tool, Body Count, many more…


In The Age Of Terminal Static “Bumblefuck Hivegrinder” CD $8Seattle bee-driven industrial and noise.


Fathers Day “I Gotta Look My Best” CDR $5 – outrageous Phoenix hardcore punk all from the perspective of a sleezy and frustrated working father / husband!


Overthruster “Bravura” CDR $4 Minneapolis breakcore maniac.


Disthroned Agony “IV” CDR $4 Minneapolis powerelectronics maniac.


Dawn CD $8 – intense dark HxC/grind from Nashville!


Sanctions “Home Sweet Home” CD $8 – dark Nashville hardcore.


Vankmen / fap* 3” CDR $5 – split 3” by Reactionary (Portland, OR) - as usual, Vankmen offers excruciating quality speedcore gabber/breaks/noize, features the Hentai Lacerator remix “Hacking Off Your Torso”…


Vankmen “Lockjaw” bcCDR $3 – short brutal noise release by Vankmen, typically known for the best speedcore gabber mayhem in North America, on their own Crunkcore label (Oakland, CA) with color artwork.


Z’EV & Bryan Lewis Saunders “DAKU” CD $10 – Another riveting narrative by The Brainsander, this time fed into the hands of experimental percussionist Z’EV who processes Bryan’s voice through a gauntlet of intensive editing to enhance the tension and nervousness of the piece… Released 2008 on Standup Tragedy in Johnson City TN. Look out for plans of Bryan Lewis Saunders’ “Prison For Dummies” CD album on Realicide Youth Records in 2009.


Bryan Lewlis Saunders “The Inner Demon Demos, Vol. 1” CDR $5 – 14 tracks of amazing spoken word from this Johnson City TN artist who has had collaborative involvement with artists such as Z’EV, Sage Francis, Lydia Lunch, etc. This is his earliest released material, primarily of 2005, and dually offers an atmosphere of twisted nerve-wracking mania and undeniable empathy and compassion. Featuring the hit known at many of his live performances, “PCP Poetry”.


“NO NOISE IS GOOD NOISE” CD $8 compilation CD by Noise Machine (Newcastle Australia) feat. Vivi C Diem. January 2007.


Rose For Bohdan “then everybody hugged; racism is god” CD $8 – 5 album by an incredible progressive punk rock band on Deathbomb Arc Records feat. members of Gang Wizard and Foot Village.


Brian Miller & Kevin Shields “we had a baby and it will die” DVD $8


Positive Noise tape $5 rad Michigan hadcore punk! feat. Sock (Xtra Vomit!) on drums!


Victory! / Party Favorites tape $4 – Victory! is a wild noisecore duo from Grand Rapids that have toured with Realicide and will have an LP on RYR in the future.


Realicide (Robert Inhuman) / Kairos tape $3

split cassette (c60) on Molecular Reconstruction (Houston, TX) feat. solo Inhuman on 5lowershop pirate radio in SF, July 4th 2004 during the first Realicide tour (took a couple years to get this tape; art design by Kairos) ??? 2005.


REALICIDE / PIASA $3 split c30 tape for Detournemont (north VA) feat. live digital hardcore tracks and a few notes about hardware by Mavis from summer 2006. (design by Scott Nussman) Editioned to 100, April 2007.


Robert Inhuman “Drowning In Betrayal” $5

c20 tape by MT6 (Baltimore, MD) Harsh noise / voice / tape collage / edits, from primarily 2006. Edition of 50, November 2008.


Jim Swill “Intrusive Elements 1: Temple Ov The Screen” zine $4 – the first collection of socio-political collage works of Jim Swill. January 2009.


Jim Swill “Intrusive Elements 2: Converted Will” zine $4 – 2nd collection of collage works “for people who are tired of reading”. March 2009.


Jim Swill / Evolve “Digestible Ruins” $4split book published under the “NOW IS THE TIME” label, features several poems and artwork by Swill (of Realicide, Get Born) and Evolve (albums on Realicide Youth, Heresee) Xeroxed beautifully w/ cardstock cover and transparency centerfold, this collection well representing both artists’ work and lives in the couple months leading up to its conception. April 2008.


Datacide #5 zine $5 – decade ongoing political electronic music zine from Praxis in Berlin.


Datacide #7 zine $5 – decade ongoing political electronic music zine from Praxis in Berlin.


Datacide #8 zine $5 – decade ongoing political electronic music zine from Praxis in Berlin.


Datacide #10 zine $5 – decade ongoing political electronic music zine from Praxis in Berlin.


xVagrancyx zine $2 – tour journals and stories by a friend in New Orleans.


Bunk News “Attention Escapists!” zine $2 – collection of socio-political collage art by the Cincinnati multimedia group.

Robert Inhuman “Low Budget Cliché” (early xerox collage book from 2000-01, 64 pg.) $10


Xtra Vomit “Inebriation” tape/zine

Vitamin Piss CDR

Stagediver I 7”

Split Horizon “Storm Wave” CD

Split Horizon “Hypermapper” CDR

Prurient “The Baron’s Chamber” CD

Captain Ahab “After The Rain My Heart Stll Dreams” CD

Captain Ahab + Toecutter “Drunk On The Blood of Other Men” CD

Troecutter “Here I Go Again” CD

Bryan Lewis Saunders “Missing Child” DVD

Bryan Lewis Saunders “Sex, Drugs and Institutions” DVD

Bryan Lewlis Saunders “The Inner Demon Demos, Vol. 2” CDR

Bryan Lewlis Saunders “The Inner Demon Demos, Vol. 3” CDR

Vankmen / Noise Concrete CDR

Crunkcore Sampler Vol.3 CDR 



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