7th Of April 2017 Update

7th Of April 2017 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s

Angel Witch “Angel Witch” (White Witch Vinyl /500)
Arch Enemy “As The Stages Burn” (2LP + DVD)
Aye Nako “Silver Haze”
Band, The “Live In Washington DC – August 16, 1976” (Unofficial, 180 Gram)
Basic House “I Could Tell You But Then You Would Have To Be Destroyed By Me”
Basic Rhythm “The Basics”
Bereft “Lands”
Bestial Raids “Master Satan’s Witchery”
Biome “Griddled”
Bolt Thrower “Realm Of Chaos” (Full Dynamic Range)
Cash, Johnny “At Folsom Prison” (Sundazed Reissue)
Clark “Death Peak” (2LP)
Coil “Astral Disaster” (Yellow Vinyl)
Cold Fell “Irwell” (Black/Clear)
Cold War Kids “La Divine”
Cough “Sigillum Luciferi”
CTRLS “Routing”
Cultes Des Ghoules “Coven, Or Evil Ways Instead Of Love” (3LP)
Dakhma “Suna Kulto”
Damaged Bug “Bunker Funk” (+ D/L)
Dark “Anonymous Days”
Death Courier “Demise”
Deepbass “Multiverse”
Derdiyoklar Ikilisi “Disco-Folk”
El Omari, Abdou “Nuits De Printemps”
Fange “Pourrissoir” (+ D/L)
Father John Misty “Pure Comedy” (3 Cover Variants, First Copies Come With Bonus 7″)
Father John Misty “Pure Comedy” (Delux Version, First Copies Come With Bonus 7″)
Feedtime “Gas” (+ D/L)
Feral Ohms “Feral Ohms” (+ D/L)
Flatliners, The “Inviting Light” (First Press Doublemint Color Vinyl + D/L)
Flowers Must Die “Kompost”
Foo Fighters “Songs From The Laundry Room” 10″
Fuck You Pay Me “Dumbed Down” (Ltd. Color Vinyl + D/L)
Fucked Up “Year Of The Snake” (Ltd. Ed. Color Vinyl + D/L)
Fuoco Fatuo “Backwater”
Furtado, Nelly “The Ride” (2LP)
Giacchino, Michael / John Williams “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”
Gonjasufi “Mandela Effect”
Grayscale “What We’re Missing”
Greene, Jacques “Feel Infinite”
Guided By Voices “August By Cake” (+ D/L)
Hobbs Angel Of Death “Heaven Bled” (LP+7″)
Holiday, Billie “The Essential Billie Holiday: Carnegie Hall Concert Recorded Live” (180 Gram 2LP)
Incantation “Primordial Domination”
Incantation “Decimate Christendom”
Joey Bada$$ “All-Amerikkkan Bada$$” (2LP Gatefold)
Joy Division “Les Bains Douches” (Unofficial)
Kelela “Hallucinogen”
King Dude “Sex”
Kublai Khan “New Strength” (Clear/Bone)
Lamb Of God “New American Gospel” (Silver Series /500)
Lee, Jasper “Mirror Of Wind”
Loose Tooth “Big Day”
Love “The Forever Changes Concert” (2LP)
Lowfills “Blind Sounds / Lowfills”
Mann, Aimee “Mental Illness” (Ltd. Ed. Pink Vinyl)
Mindsnare “Unholy Rush”
Moloch “Verwüstung” (Gold)
Morricone, Ennio / Bruno Nicolae “La Proprieta’ Non E’ Piu’ Un Furto (Property Is No Longer A Theft)” (Soundtrack)
Mortician “Darkest Day Of Horror” (First Time On Vinyl)
Native Instrument “Camo”
New Pornographers, The “Whiteout Conditions” (+ D/L)
Nirvana “On A Plain: Rare Radio And TV Broadcasts” (Unofficial)
Owens, Kelly Lee “Kelly Lee Owens”
Paak, Anderson “Venice”
Paradon’t “Thrd Mpct EP”
Piccioni, Piero “Camille 2000”
Population One “The Move”
Present, The “Break The Dawn”
Prince “Rock In Rio 2 – January 1991 Volume 2” (Unofficial, Purple Vinyl Ltd. Ed.)
Question Mark & The Mysterians “96 Tears” (Orange Vinyl /600)
Ramleh “A Return To Slavery”
Rammellzee “My Schoolbag”
Ramone, CJ “American Beauty” (+D/L)
Residents, The “The Ghost Of Hope”
Rihanna “Rated R”
Rihanna “Unapologetic”
Rihanna “Talk That Talk”
Rubella Ballet “Ballet Bag”
Silas & Snare “Biometric”
Slugabed “Inherit The Earth”
Smart Dads “Bummer Summer”
Smith, Elliott “XO”
Ssaliva “We Never Happened”
Stooges, The “Gimme Daner: The Story Of The Stooges – A Film By Jim Jarmusch” (180 Gram)
STRFKR “Vault Vol. 1” (180 Gram Red Vinyl + D/L)
Superpitcher “The Golden Ravedays”
Terror “Lowest Of The Low”
Thatmanmonkz “Shade Thrower EP”
Timber Timbre “Sincerely, Future Pollution”
Trovajoli, Armando “Brutti Sporchi E Cattivi (Down & Dirty)” (Soundtrack)
Turner, Ike & The Kings Of Rhythm “She Made My Blood Run Cold”
Various “Kids: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”
Various “Colombian Gold – The Best Of Felito Records: Urban Tropical Sounds From Colombia’s Caribbean Coast 1975-95 Selected By Sanjay Agarwal”
Wendel, Dillon “Pulse”
White Reaper “The World’s Best American Band” (180 Gam + D/L)
Wilson, Derek Hunter “Travelogue”
Wire “Silver/Lead”
Woods Of Ypres “Woods 5: Grey Skies & Electric Light”
Young, Neil “Live At Superdome, New Orleans 1994” (Unofficial)
Younge, Adrian Presents Delfonics “Delfonics Instrumentals”


45 Adapters “They Call It Justice”
Bastard Noise / Outermost “Bastard Noise / Outermost”
Bianchi, Maurizio “AmenTest”
Bib “Pop”
Como Mamas, The “Move Upstairs / Count Your Blessings”
Damaged Bug / Black Pus “Rubber Lips / High Tide”
Lion’s Law “Watch ‘Em Die”
Primal Rite “Sensory Link To Pain”
Public Trust “The Leper”
Various “Flexipunk Scene Support 2017 7″x7 Flexi Pack” (Krimewatch, Pandemix, Obstruction…)
Young Fathers “Only God Knows (Ft. Leith Congregational Choir)”


Abrams, Joshua & Natural Information Society “Simultonality”
Arca “Arca”
Arch Enemy “As The Stages Burn!” (CD+DVD)
Bestial Warlust “Vengeance War ‘Till Death”
Blood Feast “The Furure State Of Wicked”
Body Count “Bloodlust”
Causa Sui “Live In Copenhagen” (3xCD)
Clark “Death Peak”
Father John Misty “Pure Comedy”
Fucked Up “Year Of The Snake”
Fuoco Fatuo “Backwater”
Future Islands “The Far Field”
Guided By Voices “August By Cake”
Joey Bada$$ “A.A.B.A.”
Mann, Aimee “Mental Illness”
Migos “Culture”
Miller, Graeme & Steve Shill “The Moomins: Original Soundtrack”
New Pornographers, The “Whiteout Conditions”
Nines “One Foot Out”
Owens, Kelly Lee “Kelly Lee Owens”
Royal Thunder “Wick”
Wear Your Wounds “WYW”
Woe “Hope Attrition”


Bradley, John (Of Dads) “Demo” (6131 Records)
Dr. Octagon “Dr. Octagonecoogyst” (Hologram Cover, Geffen)
Father John Misty “Pure Comedy” (SP1200)
Feral Ohms “Feral Ohms” (SC31)
FortyDaysRain “Evolution” (BR027)
Fuck You Pay Me “Dumbed Down” (TC101)
Necromantic Worship “The Calling” (ANTIGOTH315)
Nirvana “Nevermind” (Geffen)
Wall Breaker “Wall Breaker” (BE-18)



Joan of Arc
He’s Got the Whole This Land is Your Land in His Hands
(Joyful Noise)
Formed in Chicago after the 1995 breakup of emo band Cap’n Jazz, indie band Joan of Arc have a sound that’s unusual to say the least: their electronics and sample-based songs have lyrics and titles that are nothing short of bizarre. “This Must Be The Placenta”, for example, features lead singer (and only permanent member) Tim Kinsella singing lyrics like “pizza and cunnilingus both give me heartburn” and “I’ve had a 26-year-old girlfriend since the day I turned 11” over an engaging rhythm with a computerized sample loop.
[Reviewer: Mark]
THEESatisfaction EarthEE
(Sub Pop)
Comprised of singer Catherine “Cat” Harris-White and rapper Stasia “Stas” Irons, Seattle-based duo THEESatisfaction created music that blended chillout electronics with R&B, hip-hop, soul and jazz fusion (they ended the group last year.) This second and final album showcases a great synthesis of their style (inspired by “Earth, humanity, reality and insanity” as they say in the liner notes) with the culturally-empowering “Recognition” being an easy highlight.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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