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MOVING SALE!!! At the end of October I will be moving out to the Portland, OR area and before then I need to get rid of a bunch of stuff. That's where you, dear reader, come in. Tons of stuff up in the store- LPs for $5-8, CDs 10 for $10, LP package deals, 7" package deals, cheap shirts, some old tapes/cassette lots, selling off a few test presses (someone will get a free one in their order too!), and I even managed to dig up some copies of zines I did back in '95 before Hex even began. Cringe worthy. This is running from 9/20-9/30, so get to it. * most of these deals I can only afford to ship within the U.S. so sorry to internationals. http://hexrecords.bigcartel.com/products
hexrecords posted a topic in Vinyl Collective Message BoardGRIZZLOR are a CT-based trio that have released a couple 7"s and splits and are now releasing their first LP. If you dig super-irritated sludgy/riffy noise rock and being pissed off about basically everything you'd probably enjoy this. Pressing split half on black vinyl, half on clear yellow. Ships mid-August. Bandcamp (new song/pre-order): https://hexrecords.bandcamp.com/album/grizzlor-destructoid Store (for records and other deals): http://hexrecords.bigcartel.com/products
CT012 Reproacher "Nature's Bastard" 12" It snows in Wyoming in May. While the rest of the country enjoys the birth of spring and the start of warmer weather Wyoming sits under the gloom of cold and snow. It makes perfect sense that Reproacher creates gloom and despair with "Nature's Bastard", their newest full length. The darkness breed angular noise and ferocious d-beat hardcore mixed with hoarse screams of annihilation. From the first proper track "Celestial Blackout" the band shreds through with their d-beat meets noise rock brand of musical annihilation. "Poisonous Miasmas" continues this style while "Garrote" starts with distorted bass and almost industrial drum patterns before the band brings it back to their trademark downbeat dissonant nihilistic rage. The title track "Nature's Bastard" definitely opens the band up to something different yet still wholly their own. Recorded by Andy Patterson (Subrosa, Oxcross) and mastered by Brad Boatwright (Audiosiege). Artwork by Fernando Pena (Cloud Rat). Digital download included. Pressing info: 100 clear w/brown and white splatter, 250 transparent brown, 250 clear Stream the entire record here: http://newnoisemagazine.com/stream-reproacher-natures-bast…/ Order here: http://crownandthroneltd.bigcartel.com/…/reproacher-nature-…
These guys just put out their sophmore album.. and killed it, again. Death Sweats is here! https://warbaby.bandcamp.com/ http://warbabymusic.com/ here's a promo blurb from their first record, the amazin 'Jesus Horse' "Between the feral cries and fuzzed-out feedback attack of Jon Redditt, Brock Allen’s wriggling bass groove and the giddy drum pummeling of Kirby Fisher, comparisons to Nirvana are inevitable. Jesus Horse's first catchy aggro-pop single "Dentada," for instance, navigates a Bleach-soaked loud-quiet-loud arrangement that proves the young Vancouver act have definitely been paying attention in "School." But despite an obvious appreciation for arguably the most famous Pacific Northwest power trio, textures of Melvins' sludge metal sluggyness and the ominous influence of Black Sabbath dial themselves into the band's distorted patchwork." and here is a music video from their first album https://vimeo.com/64033138 Their new record comes complete with a spooky board game, reminicent of those sweet board games of the 90's that incorporated a VHS tape "host". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmSyIjGBkAA and here is a song from the new album... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HWcXV-xXzJw