26th of May 2017 Update

26th of May 2017 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records



LPs & 12″s

A Sagittariun “Magick Box EP”
Alex G (Sandy) “Rocket” (+D/L)
Allien, Ellen “Nost” (3LP)
Amon Amarth “Versus The World” (180 Gram Ultimate Vinyl Ed.)
Anno Stamm “Annothek”
Atkinson, Felicia “Hand In Hand”
Bass Clef “Interform / Untunnel”
Beatles, The “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” (2LP Anniversary Ed.)
Burial “Subtemple / Beachfires” 10″
Cloud Rat / Moloch “Cloud Rat / Moloch”
Cloven Hoof “Cloven Hoof” (Reissue With Exclusive Liner Notes & Photos)
Coltrane, John & Alice “Cosmic Music” (1968 Album Reissue)
Cryptopsy “The Book Of Suffering: Tome I”
Daudyflin “Ofbeldi”
Davis, Earl (Damu) “Breaks With Mistakes: Impromptu Breakbeat Sessions, Recorded Live On Location In Jersey City & Los Angeles”
De Filippi, Oronzo “Favole Per Ogni Eta’ (Octopus)”
Dilloway, Aaron “The Gag File” (+ D/L)
Direwolves “The Great Year” (Red/Bone Haze)
Don’t DJ “Gammelan”
Dream Machine “The Illusion”
Electric Sewer Age “Moon’s Milk In Final Phase”
EMG “Moiher Funk”
Emmanuell, J.D. “Rain Forest Music”
Emperor X “Oversleepers International”
Exhumed “Slaughtercult” (Color Vinyl)
Funky DL “Nights In Nippon: Jazzstrumentals”
Gibson Brothers “Ooh What A Life! (Gerd Janson & Shan Edit)”
Gilberto, Bebel “Tanto Tempo” (2LP)
Helm “World In Action”
Insight “Ears Hear Spears” (Produced By Damu The Fudgemunk)
Iona Fortune “Tao Of I”
Jay Som “Turn Into” (Fuchsia Vinyl 180 Gram + D/L)
Jlin “Black Origami”
John Frum “A Stirring In The Noos”
Julius, Orlando & Ashiko “Love Peace & Happiness” (Official Reissue)
Ka-Spel, Edward “High On Station Yellow Moon”
Kraftwerk “3-D: The Catalogue” (2LP 180 Gram)
Life’s Blood “Hardcore A.D. 1988”
Loss “Horizonless” (2LP Gatefold)
Mainetti, Stefano / Clue In The Crew “Zombi 3 / Zombie Flesh Eaters 2 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (Green & Red Editions Available)
Marciano, Roc “Rosebudd’s Revenge”
Marco Polo “Baker’s Dozen: Marco Polo”
Molecules / Showbiz “A Bronx Tale” (Molecules From The Legion Solo Debut)
Molina, Juana “Halo” (2LP + D/L)
No Faith “Forced Subservience”
Nurse, The “Discography” (1983-1984)
Pandemonium “Devilri” (+ Poster)
Periphery “Periphery” (2LP Red Opaque)
Pessimist “Balaklava / Orphic”
Roux, Sebastien “Inevitable Music #1: Variations On Sol LeWitt’s Wall Drawing #260”
Salaam, Jalal & Ewonee The Beatnik “Past Lives”
Solstafir “Berdreyminn” (2LP /2000)
Spit-Take “Frog Rock”
Swans “The Great Annihilator” (2LP Remastered + D/L With Bonus M. Gira “Drainland”)
Tenement “Proxy: Music Composed For The Motion Picture”
Terminals, The “Antiseptic”
Unconscious “La Caduta Di Lucifero”
Underworld “Beaucoup Fish”
Various “Follow The Sun” (Australian 70’s Rock)
Vatican Shadow “Rubbish Of The Floodwaters”
Wilhelm “Doldrums EP”


Aggression Pact “Instant Execution”
Artifacts “Easter”
Bellicose Minds, The “Incision”
Cloud Rat / Crevasse “Halo Of Flies / Contraszt”
Fit For Abuse “The Psycho Ray Sessions”
Nice, Paul “5 Fingers Of Death”


Alex G (Sandy) “Rocket”
Allien, Ellen “Nost”
Beatles, The “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” (2CD Anniversary Edition & Single CD Versions Available)
Coldcut “Coldcut X ON.U Sound: Outside The Echo Chamber”
Danzig “Black Laden Crown”
De Filippi, Oronzo “Favole Per Ogni Eta’ (Octopus)”
Electric Sewer Age “Moon’s Milk In Final Phase”
Funky DL “Nights In Nippon (Jazzstrumentals)”
Grateful Dead “Long Strange Trip: The Untold Story Of The Grateful Dead”
Harvestman “Music For Megaliths”
Insight “Ears Hear Spears (Produced By Damu The Fudgemunk)”
Life’s Blood “Hardcore A.D. 1988”
Lil Yachty “Teenage Emotions”
Loss “Horizonless”
Mountain Goats, The “Goths”
New Found Glory “Makes Me Sick”
Solstafir “Berdreyminn”


Davis, Earl (Damu) “Breaks With Mistakes” (RDF113)
Insight “Ears Hear Spears” (Damu The Fudgemunk = Producer, RDF117)
Life’s Blood “Hardcore A.D. 1988” (150-CS)


Maximum Rock N Roll June 2017 No. 409 (Thrillhouse Records 10 Year Ann…) Magazine



Wolf Eyes
(Lower Floor)
Now having adopted the genre tag “psychojazz”, Wolf Eyes focus on creating a dreary, bombed-out ambience with electronics, horns and spoken-word vocals on their latest release (also the first one on their own label.) The Detroit trio sculpt a desolate, war-town sonic landscape, with a more subdued, mature sound (Nate Young lends his bleak observational poetry to the first and last tracks.) “Texas” is one of my favorites, sounding like an eerie plain overtaken by ghosts from the distant past.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Adebisi Shank This Is the Third Album of a Band Called Adebisi Shank
(Sargent House)
Despite having a name that conjures up an image of one of the most dangerous inmates on the HBO drama Oz, Irish instrumental rock trio Adebisi Shank had an upbeat, high-energy electronic-rock sound (they’ve unfortunately since broken up.) Their extensively long list of influences includes everyone from Michael Jackson to My Bloody Valentine, but their sound most closely resembles bands like Battles, Don Caballero or Anamanaguchi. Their lively, colorful and triumphant synth/math rock mixed with wordless vocals sounds like it belongs in a video game universe (specifically Sonic the Hedgehog, considering one song is titled “Chaos Emeralds”).
[Reviewer: Mark]

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