31st Of March 2017 Update

31st Of March 2017 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s

Acceptance “Colliding By Design” (Colored Vinyl + D/L)
Acrylics “Acrylics”
Ainsworth, Lydia “Darling Of The Afterglow” (Ltd. Ed. White Vinyl + D/L)
Alary, Olivier “Fiction/Non-Fiction”
Alberich / Lussuria “Borgia”
Babils “Ji Ameeto”
Bastien Keb “22-02-85”
Billow Observatory “II” Plains / Patterns”
Braveyoung “Misery & Pride”
Chesworth, David “50 Synthisizer Greats”
Cousin Stizz “Suffold County” (/500 Tri Colour Vinyl)
Croation Amor “Love Rmx”
Darkest Hour “Godless Prophets & The Migrant Flora”
Darkest Hour “Godless Prophets & The Migrant Flora” (Picture Disc)
Death Qualia “Intention Versus”
Deeon “Doez Deeon!”
Diaframma “Siberia” (Ltd. Ed. /600)
Differ-ent “It’s Good To Be Differ-ent”
Drexciya “Grava 4”
Dying Fetus “Reign Supreme”
Dying Fetus “Stop At Nothing”
Dying Fetus “Destroy The Opposition”
Dynarec “In Your Hand”
Farron “Death Duel – The Remixes”
Ferrari, Luc “Tinguely 1967”
Fred P “Instinctive Rhythms”
Fussell, Jake Xerxes “What In The Natural World”
Geotic “Abysma” (Colored Vinyl)
Gnod “Just Say No To The Psycho Right-Wing Capitalist Fascist Industrial Death Machine”
Goldfrapp “Silver Eye” (Ltd. Ed. Clear Vinhyl + D/L)
Hauschka “What If” (+ D/L)
Hieroglyphic Being & The Truth Theory Trio “The Materialized Psychism Of The Bottomless Void”
Holter, Julia “In The Same Room” (180 Gram + D/L)
Joy Orbison “Toss Portal”
Keith & Tex “Same Old Story” (+ CD Deluxe Edition)
Kovacs, Kornel “Radio Koko”
Kyo “I Musik”
Landstrumm, Neil “Bedrooms And Cities”
Liles, Andrew “Diario De Un Monstruo”
Lucy “The Hermit / The High Priestess”
Madlib “Bad Neighbor” (2LP + D/L)
Maniac “Homecoming”
Maroje T “Anaphase EP”
Mastodon “Emperor Of Sand” (2LP 180 Gram)
Mumdance & Logos “Perc & Truss Remixes”
Nardini, Nino “Musiqe Pour Le Futur”
Necrophagist “Epitaph”
Nicolosi, Roberto “Black Sabbath” (Original Soundtrack To The Mario Bava Film)
Obituary “Obituary”
Orphx “Archive 1993/1994” (2xLP /500)
Pharmakon “Contact” (Black & Cream Colored Vinyl + D/L)
Pile “A Hairshirt Of Purpose”
Rays “Rays” (Yellow Vinyl + D/L)
Roots Radics “Dubbing At Channel 1”
Saltland “A Common Truth” (180 Gram + Poster + D/L)
Tall Ships “Impressions”
These Hidden Hands “SZ31X71”
Tuxedo “II” (+ D/L)
Various “Nightfall And Other Stories” (Vakula, Simoncino…)
Various “Footwork House Jame #1” (NBTWN008)
Various “R.A.N.D. Muzik RM241216”
Villalobos, Ricardo & Umho “Melo De Melo”
Warbringer “Woe To The Vanquished”


238s, The “The Itch / The Scratch”
Gruesome “Fragments Of Psyche” (Oxblood)
King Dude & Drab Majesty “Who Taught You How To Love”
Poldoore / Emapea “This Road / Rudeboy”
Reptaliens “Prequel / Olive Boy”
This Will Destroy You “The Puritan” (+ D/L)


Basement “Promise Everything” (Deluxe Edition)
Braveyoung “Misery & Pride”
Darkest Hour “Godless Prophets & The Migrant Flora”
Gruesome “Fragments Of Psyche”
Holter, Julia “In The Same Room”
Mastodon “Emperor Of Sand”
Obituary “Obituary”
Pallbearer “Heartless”
Pharmakon “Contact”
Phish “St. Louis ’93” (6xCD Set)
Pile “A Hairshirt Of Purpose”
Sneaks “It’s A Myth”
Voivod “Build Your Weapons: The Very Best Of The Noise Years 1986-1988” (2CD)
Warbringer “Woe To The Vanquished”


Sneaks “It’s A Myth” (MRG578)
Various Artists “The Unseen – A Detroit Beat Tape” (LVTCA002)



Rotten UK
That Is Not Dead…
(Hells Headbangers)
Though this band hails from Rochester, New York, they really do sound straight from the aggressive early days of UK anarcho-punk on this debut album (they’ve released a string of EPs and tapes since 2011.) Specifically, the subgenre known as UK82 helped inspire future thrash and speed metal bands, with an unmistakably furious but equally catchy pure punk sound that’s quick and to the point (all fourteen of these tracks are under three minutes.) Their lyrics are fascinating as well, mixing Oi!’s anthemic revolution calls with occult, Lovecraftian themes.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Dinner Three EPs, 2012-2014
(Captured Tracks)
Dinner is Danish singer and producer Anders Rhedin, whose music is unmistakably an ode to 80s pop: the style of synth, drums, guitars and deep vocals definitely sound rooted in the era. His melodies still sound fresh and engaging, however, with some favorites including the synthpop “Skid Row” (which sounds like it could have been on the Beverly Hills Cop soundtrack) and the calming reverb-guitar-based “Dawn Is Here”.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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