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hexrecords last won the day on September 17 2012

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  1. Cherubs are wild. The peak of hiding pop hooks within huge walls of feedback and noise. I'd highly recommend checking out their last LP "2ynfynyty" for those just hearing them for the first time. Their last record before that was 20 years ago, "Heroin Man", which is sort of a lost gem amongst the AmRep crowd and is definitely on the dirtier/heavier side.
  2. Records are in and shipping. 100 on solid yellow 200 on hazy clear US orders: https://hexrecords.bigcartel.com/products International orders: https://mvdshop.com/search?q=USA+nails+life+cinema
  3. London-based USA Nails will released their fourth album "Life Cinema" on May 10th 2019 through Hex Records in the US (Dipped In Gold/Bigout in Europe) .If you're into stuff like Wire, The Fall, Devo, Pissed Jeans, and early Sonic Youth then there's a good chance you'll enjoy USA Nails. The US pressing of this record is the only version being pressed on colored vinyl 100 opaque yellow 200 hazy clear For domestic orders go here: https://hexrecords.bigcartel.com/product/usa-nails-life-cinema-lp For international orders (who will still have the two different colors) go here: https://mvdshop.com/search?q=USA+nails+life+cinema Here's a track/video from the new record:
  4. Yeah, that's exactly who I was thinking was going to be the partner. As much as I think Pirates/GZ does cool-looking records its' a situation of multiple middlemen in the process which increases costs overall.
  5. It seems to basically just be a brokerage service, of which there are many of those these days. And if their 'manufacturing partner' is who I think it is than that makes bandcamp just a broker for another broker. Too many middlemen.
  6. Records out and shipping now. They came out real pretty. Get one now: https://hexrecords.bandcamp.com/album/great-sabatini-great-falls-split-lp
  7. Records finished and shipping this week: https://hexrecords.bandcamp.com/album/the-funeral-discography-2001-2004
  8. Coming out in March: A collection of everything ever recorded from Syracuse hardcore band The Funeral. The group existed between 2001-2004 and recorded two full lengths, and several demos. This material has never been released on vinyl and some of it only existed as short run CDRs or cassettes. All the material has been remastered for this collection and comes on a double LP in a gatefold jacket, complete with hundreds of pictures and flyers, as well as a booklet detailing lyrics, shows, and an oral history of the band. Download card included. First 100 copies on colored vinyl and the rest on black. No Echo has premiered a couple tracks and more info about the collection here: http://www.noecho.net/features/the-funeral-syracuse-hardcore-band Record can be pre-ordered here:https://hexrecords.bigcartel.com/product/the-funeral-discography-2001-2004-2xlp
  9. Streaming in full over at Invisible Oranges, records ought to ship within 2 weeks: http://www.invisibleoranges.com/great-falls-the-great-sabatini-split/
  10. And here's some new music from both bands from this split. The record should be out in a couple weeks: https://idioteq.com/great-falls-and-the-great-sabatini-blend-aggressive-aesthetics-with-riveting-patterns-on-their-new-split-lp/?fbclid=IwAR3nFX7SFbS0qvw8J6fwBpASaMGSZK0T0seZ_wVgMK3zC7MTQqwZb0JQHLw
  11. Seattle Great Falls and Montreal's Great Sabatini team up for a split LP of gross, heavy music with unique packaging in a very limited pressing. Along with both bands submitting new music not on their new individual records this record contains a collaborative middle interlude on a locked groove, letterpressed covers, and an etched B-side. Great Falls guitarist/vocalist Demian Johnson contributes the haunting cover art, which he printed via letterpress at his own studio. Meanwhile, Great Sabatini's Sean Arsenian designed the wild artwork that comprises the B-side of this LP as a laser-etched design. Both bands contributed sound for the interlude track- a spooky noise piece that repeats on a locked groove. It creates an engaging experience for the listener, as they have to physically move the needle to continue on to the second half of the record. Both bands push the envelope of what heavy, complex, and massively distorted noise rock/metal can be and are at the forefront of whatever it is exactly that they both do. PRE-ORDER IS UP HERE. * International orders go through MVD here
  12. If anyone was into the band MORPHINE, their third LP, "Yes" has just been re-issued again. It was the only record of theirs that I had a really tough time tracking down, as the 2009 reissue on Rhino was typically going for $80-100, which is ridiculous. This new edition is a 2xLP in a really nice jacket, insert, and has some B-sides and live tracks in addition to the "Yes" LP. It's definitely very worth it and I was just hoping that one day it would be re-issued and it has, better than ever. Check it out here: https://shop.runoutgroovevinyl.com/yes-expanded-edition.html And you can obviously find it all over the place elsewhere too.
  13. This is out today! Check the record in full here: https://hexrecords.bandcamp.com/album/null-act-of-love