8th Of May 2015 Update

8th Of May 2015 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

Update 5-8-15

LPs & 12″s

Akkor, Kamuran “Kamuran Akkor” (Remastered)
American Wrestlers “American Wrestlers” (+ D/L)
Author & Punisher “Drone Machines” (2010)
Blossom Toes “Love Bomb – Live 1967-69”
C Spencer Yeh “Solo Voice I-X”
Circle Storm “Character Assassin”
Cronin, Mikal “MCIII” (+ D/L)
Dikembe “Broad Shoulders”
Dilloway, Aaron “The Beauty Bath” (Picture Disc + D/L)
Dinosaur Jr. “Hand It Over” (Reissue)
Dinosaur Jr. “Without A Sound” (Reissue)
Diseased Reason “Recombinant”
Download “Charlie’s Family” (+ D/L, Soundtrack To Jim Van Bebber’s Cult Film)
Energy Vampires “Energy Vampires”
Enriquez, Luis And His Electronic Men “Electronia”
Evoke “Forever Breeding Evil”
Gardner, Jacco “Hynophobia” (180 Gram + D/L)
Gascoigne, Brian / Desmond Briscoe / David Vorhaus “Phase IV: Original Motrion Picture Soundtrack”
Gibson, Jon “Visitations”
Hood, Robert / Floorplan “Shaker / Ritual”
Indecision “Most Precious Blood”
Judge Dread “It’s All In The Mind”
Kauffman, David And Eric Caboor “Songs From Suicide Bridge” (2LP First Ever Vinyl Reissue Remastered + D/L)
Kids, The “The Kids” (Radiation Deluxe Series 180 Gram)
L’Orange & Jeremiah Jae “The Night Took Us In Like Family” (Ltd. Ed.)
Marianelli, Dario “The Boxtrolls: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (2LP 180 Gram)
Matthews, Vince And Jim Casey “The Kingston Springs Suite” (Ltd. Ed.)
Metz “Metz II” (Loser Edition + D/L)
Mirror Queen “Scaffold Of The Sky” (+ D/L)
Mortician “Mortal Massacre”
Nightsatan And The Loops Of Doom “Nightsatan And The Loops Of Doom” (+ DVD)
Noze “Come With Us” (+ D/L)
Oddisee “The Good Fight”
Palmeira “Palmeira” (Remastered)
Perry, Lee And The Upsetters “High Plains Drifter: Jamaican 45’s 1968-73”
Piccioni, Piero “Colpo Rovente (Colonna Sonora Original Del Film)” (“Red Hot Shot” Soundtrack)
Pool Party “Number One”
Psychic Reality “Chassis”
Red Pill “Look What This World Did To Us”
Rose Windows “Rose Windows” (Loser Edition + 7″ + D/L)
Sabbat “Kill Fuck Jesus Christ”
Santoro, Angelo Noce “For You” (Remastered)
Satanic Warmaster “Fimbulwinter”
Short-Term Memory “Effect Of Excess”
Sleep “Dopesmoker” (Picture Disc 2LP)
Speak Low If You Speak Love “Everything But What You Need” (+ D/L Colored Vinyl)
Sumy “Tryin To Survive” (Limited Repress)
Sun Ra “The Antique Blacks”
Tech N9ne “Special Effects”
Them Are Us Too “Remain” (+ D/L)
Varathrun “His Majesty At The Swamp”
Various “A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night” (Soundtrack)
Various “Electro Convulsive Therapy Volume Three” (Medical Records)
Various “Shirley Inspired…” (3LP Tribute To Shirley Collins)
Vincent, Sonny & Rocket From The Crypt “Vintage Piss” (+ D/L)
Votolato, Rocky “Hospital Handshakes” (Cloudy Clear / Blue Haze)


Manson, Charles “Horsefly”
Oldfriends “It’s Not Working Out”
Pollard, Robert “Up Up And Up”
Portal / Blood Of Kingu “Portal / Blood Of Kingu” (Color Vinyl)
Spirits “Spirits”


Acid Witch “Midnight Movies”
Atomic Bitchwax, The “Gravitron”
Bongripper “The Great Barrier Reefer”
Cronin, Mikal “MCIII”
Goat Semen “Ego Svm Satana”
Mirror Queen “Scaffolds Of The Sky”
Revenge / Black Witchery “Holocaustic Death March To Humanity’s Doom”


Body-San “Corporate Interiors” (SILK-069)
Cankun “Only The Sun Is Full Of Gold” (NNF309)
Cyclist, The “Hot House” (SILK-074)
Dilloway, Aaron “Corpse On Horseback” (HN110)
Entrails Massacre “Decline Of Our Century” (PIU212)
Mind Eraser “Legacy Of Brutality” (RSR160)
Nasum “Domedagen” (PIU211)
Severed + Said “Occlusions” (NNF311)


“Invitation to Openness: The Jazz & Soul Photograpy Of Les McCann 1960-1980” Hardcover Book
Slayer (Fanzine) #20 (Blood Fire Death)
WaxPoetic #61 Magazine


Coachwhips Bangers Vs. Fuckers [Reissue]
Coachwhips Bangers Vs Fuckers
(Castle Face)
Originally released on Narnack in 2003, the third album from San Francisco’s Coachwhips is an even more blazing and quick-and-to-the-point rush than its predecessor. It’s the perfect fusion of catchy garage-rock and ultra-distorted noise rock, channeling a primal urge to engage in raucous shenanigans (a few episodes of MTV’s Viva La Bam (such as “Fat Boy Face Off” and “Tree Top Casino”) used songs from this record.)

Jukebox the Ghost
Jukebox the Ghost
Jukebox the Ghost Jukebox the Ghost
(Yep Roc)
This Washington, D.C. piano-pop-rock band’s fourth album is probably their most accessible yet, with lots of catchy hooks and danceable energy that I’m sure make for crowd-pleasers. Despite themes of heartbreak and lost love on self-explanatory songs like “Sound of a Broken Heart” and “Made For Ending,” it’s tough to resist moving to their surprisingly spry dance-floor groove. One of the highlight songs for me is about still having feeling for a girl who decided to run off, somehow hoping that she’ll drop you a “Postcard” someday.

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