February 2nd, 2018 Update

February 2nd, 2018 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Review
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
Addison Groove “#2 Shango Remixes”
Anselmo, Philip H. & The Illegals “Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue”
Bardo Pond “Volume 8” (+D/L)
Bat Fangs “Bat Fangs” (Ask For Promotional Button At Front!)
Big K.R.I.T. “4Eva Is A Mighty Long Time” (2LP + D/L)
Cohen-Solal, Robert “Les Shadoks” (Soundtrack)
Cruciamentum “Charnel Passages”
Cursed Moon “Rite Of Darkness”
Darkthrone “A Blaze In The Northern Sky”
Darkthrone “Transilvanian Hunger” (Picture Disc + Ltd. Ed.)
Dengue Dengue Dengue “Son De Los Diablos”
Dorji, Tashi / Tylor Damon “Live In St. Louis: Leave No Trace” (+ D/L /500)
Drake, Nick “Five Leaves Left” (Box Set Reissue)
Etant Donnes With Michael Gira “Offenbarung Und Untergang By Georg Trakl”
Field Medic “Songs From The Sunroom” (Color Vinyl + D/L)
First Aid Kit “Ruins” (+D/L)
Frahm, Nils “All Melody”
Groovie Ghoulies “World Contact Day”
Holy Hands “New Magnetic”
Hooded Menace “Ossuarium Silhouettes Unhallowed” (/400)
Hookworms “Microshift” (180 Gram + D/L)
Hunter, James Six “Whatever It Takes” (Ltd. Color Vinyl)
I Marc 4 “Nelson Psychout: Original Italian Library Music From The Vaults Of Nelson Records”
Intensive Care “Voyeurism”
Jean Paul “El Troglodita” “Vudu”
Jess And The Ancient Ones “The Horse And Other Weird Tales” (Ltd. Deep Red Vinyl)
Knowledge “Hail Dread”
Latyrx (Lateef & Lyrics Born) “Latyrx The Album: 20 Year Anniversary DLX”
Lemuria “Recreational Hate” (+D/L)
Local-MU12 “Everyday People”
Mammoth Grinder “Cosmic Crypt”
Marley, Bob & The Wailers “Catch A Fire” (180 Gram + D/L)
Marr, Marcus “Familiar Five EP”
Menuck, Efrim Manuel “Pissing Stars” (+ Poster + D/L)
Montero “Performer” (Frog Green + D/L)
Nazgul, The “The Nazgul” (+ D/L)
Nesseria “Cette Erosion De Nous-Memes”
Nyma “XYXX”
Orgone “Undercover Mixtape” (Ltd. Ed. Green Vinyl)
Parasite “Zankyo (Reverberation)”
Pinhas, Richard “Rhizosphere”
Primal Rite “Dirge Of Escapism”
Rah Band “Going Up”
Red River Dialect “Broken Stay Open Sky”
Sakata, Akira / Chikamorachi / Masahiko Satoh “Proton Pump” (+D/L)
SKRSINTL (Seekers International) “Run Come Test EP”
Soft Moon, The “Criminal” (White Vinyl Ltd. Ed. + D/L)
Speak Low If You Speak Love “Nearsighted” (+D/L)
Sprawl, The “E.P. 2” (Logos / Mumdance / Shapednoise)
Stooges, The “The Electric Circus”
Stroppies, The “The Stroppies” (Ltd. Ed. Yellow + D/L)
Sunwatchers “II” (Rainbow Splatter Ltd. Ed.)
Tazartes, Ghedalia / Pawel Romanczuk / Andrzej Zaleski “Carp’s Head”
Tolouse Low Trax “Mask Talk” (+ D/L)
Various “Salm Volume One: Gaelic Psalms From The Hebrides Of Scotland”
Veil Of Maya “False Idol” (Transarent Green)
Violent Magic Orchestra “Catastrophic Anonymous” (+D/L)
Watain “Rabid Death’s Curse” (Opaque Red /400)


Black Market Brass “War Room / Into The Thick”
Don’t Sleep “Bring The Light”
Gatecreeper “Sweltering Madness / Mastery Of Power” (Clear/Splatter)
Mestizo Beat “Featherbed Lane / Handcuffed To The Shovel”
Mob, The “Back To Queens”
Orgone “Big Day / Hound Dogs”
Supercrush “I’ve Been Around”


Communion “At The Announcement”
Communion “The Communion”
Denial Of God “Death And The Beyond”
Dream Wife “Dream Wife”
Fokis “Underground With Commercial Appeal”
Grandiose Malice “The Eternal Infernal”
Hunter, James Six “Whatever It Takes”
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard “Polygondwanaland”
Mammoth Grinder “Cosmic Crypt”
Orgone “Undercover Mixtape”
Primal Rite “Dirge Of Escapism”
Sadat X “Never Left”
Sidharta, Otto “Indonesian Electronic Music 1979-1992”
Skyzoo & Antman Wonder “An Ode To Reasonable Doubt”
Soft Moon, The “Criminal”
Soldiers Of Solace “We Are Immortal”
Zorn, John “The Urmuz Epigrams”


Blitz “Voice Of A Generation” (RADK7001)
Cracked “Demo 2017” (Self Released)
Edo G. / Shabaam Sahdeeq / Fokis “Recognize Your Power” (LDC)
Local-MU12 “Everyday People” (LDC)
Sadat X “Never Left” (LDC)
Soft Moon, The “Criminal” (SBR-192CS)
Vile Spirit “Demo 2017” (Self Released)



Raspberry Dawn
(Southern Lord)
Citing Black Flag and Black Sabbath as influences, Okkultokrati is an Oslo, Norway-based band whose sound blends post-punk, metal, glam and space rock. On this fourth full-length, they present a relentless lo-fi sound baked in space-dust-caked synth with chugging guitars and fittingly brash, echoing vocals. Raging opener “World Peace” sets the tone with a cosmic D-beat vibe, while “Leave and Be Gone” is a bristling coldwave/darkwave crawl. “Ocular Violence” is one of the most well rounded songs, building an emotional synth-rock tapestry before seamlessly segueing into fast-paced hardcore for its finale.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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