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hexrecords last won the day on September 17 2012

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    PO: Talk Wrong - Feral Bearings

    These guys right here.
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    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
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    Here's a picture of the finished letter pressed covers.
  4. 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
  5. 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.
  6. This is out today! Check the record in full here: https://hexrecords.bandcamp.com/album/null-act-of-love
  7. I generally have my pressing plant do 10 test presses so I can keep a few, sell a couple, and give some to the band. They are, first and foremost, to make sure things sound good. But I also usually make alternate covers to go with them, usually something funny, because it's kind of a fun thing to do. And I think it makes it all the better when I decide to sell off a couple of them because there's this different cover that people can enjoy. Also, one of the pressing plants I was woring with would occasionally send me test presses on different colored vinyl, which was always a nice surprise.
  8. I think it's a pretty solid effort overall. It was initially a little wary on the new(ish) drummer since the original guy was such a maniac. But this dude shines on the new record I think, he really goes all out.
  9. Orders begin shipping next week, ahead of the official 9/21 release date! Yay! Get a copy here: https://hexrecords.bigcartel.com/products
  10. I got the Hot Snakes/Mudhoney one and the Metz/Clipping one. They were selling them at three different merch tents throughout the fest and they were going really quick. I'd imagine if they have any left they won't last long at all. However, as far as the songs go I think it's all exclusive stuff (I don't really know anything about Clipping). The Metz song is an extended version of one of the songs on "Strange Peace" and worth it for that song alone. The HS tune is probably an extra track from the "Jericho Sirens" sessions but it's still pretty stellar.
  11. I always make sure to send them an equal amount of whatever colors I press records on so they will have some on hand. However, I don't think that within their ordering system they have options directly listed. When you do order from them there is a section in checkout that says 'add a note to your order'. Click on that and ask for a copy on white vinyl.
  12. Forgot to add that this is out officially on 9/21, however, orders will more than likely go out at least a week before that.
  13. I was waiting for this! I didn't want to just get the new Gouge Away and then separately order this. Glad they finally put the PO up so I got both. I think both these records are going to be excellent.
  14. Birmingham, AL band NULL return with their second LP, a meditation on heavy psych, droning heaviness, and repetitive chants in 8 songs. Underscoring the haunting melodies formed by trance-like guitar lines and sung vocals is a swamp-thick sludgy bass tone, created by fuzzed-out synth and pounding drums. NULL feature members of punk champs Coliseum but appeal more to fans of groups like Lungfish, Om, and Cloakroom. The band has spent a couple years honing the sounds on this record after their initial LP, as well as a string of splits with bands such as Self Defense Family and Husband Stitch. They have toured far and wide and will continue to tour throughout the summer and 2018. Check out the new song "Waste" here: https://newnoisemagazine.com/stream-null-waste/ Order the new LP (on white or black vinyl) here: https://hexrecords.bandcamp.com/ * international orders go through http://www.mvdshop.com because they have better international shipping than I can afford.
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    PO: DOE - Grow Into It LP

    This band is pretty neat. The only time I've heard them is when they did a split with a band called Taxa whom I did a record for. https://doetheband.bandcamp.com/album/doe-taxa https://taxa.bandcamp.com/album/doe-taxa-split