23rd Of June 2017 Update

23rd Of June 2017 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
Big Boi “Boomiverse” (2LP Blue/White Swirl +D/L)
Bonehunter “Sexual Panic Human Machine”
Borusiade “The Sixteen Steps: Promises And Infatuation”
Cactus Channel, The & Sam Cromack “Do It For Nothing” (+ D/L)
Carman Villain “Planetarium”
Cluster “Grosses Wasser”
Come On “Come On (Downtown NYC Art Rock 1976-1980)”
Computa Games “Cosmic Dispatch EP”
Cultes Des Ghoules “Henbane”
Deathhammer “Phantom Knights”
Deepbass “Multiverse”
Der Plan “Unkapitulierbar” (LP+CD)
Dopplereffekt “Tetrahymena”
Erek, Cevdet “Davul”
Ersen “Dunden Bugune” (Turkish Psych)
Ersen “Ersen 2: Omur Biter Yollar Bitmez” (Turkish Psych)
Eul, Felix “Dranske”
Flobots “No Enemies” (+ D/L)
Hurt, Mississippi John “American Epic | The Best Of Lead Belly”
Iced Earth “Incorruptible” (Deluxe 2LP 180 Gram)
Impetuous Ritual “Blight Upon Martyred Sentience”
Invocation Spells “The Flame Of Hate”
Iron Maiden “Rock In Rio” (3LP 180 Gram)
Iron Maiden “Brave New World” (180 Gram 2LP)
Iron Maiden “Dance Of Death” (180 Gram 2LP)
Iron Maiden “A Matter Of Life And Death” (180 Gram 2LP)
JJ Doom “Bookhead EP”
Johnson, Blind Willie “American Epic | The Best Of Lead Belly”
Jonwayne “Rap Album Two”
Kayo Dot “Hubardo” (3LP)
Lead Belly “American Epic | The Best Of Lead Belly”
Livathinos, Alkis “Hue: Official Soundtrack” (Blue/Purple Vinyl)
Luciani, Maria Teresa “Sounds Of The City”
McDowall, Drew “Unnatural Channel” (+ D/L)
Memphis Jug Band “American Epic | The Best Of Lead Belly”
Meshuggah “Violent Sleep Of Reason” (Grey/Black Splatter /1000)
Monks “Hamburg Recordings 1967”
Musci, Roberto “The Loa Of Music” (The Complete Sessions 2LP)
Nilsson, Molly “Imaginations”
Nunslaughter “Devils Congeries Vol. 2”
Obnox “Niggative Approach” (+ D/L)
Orphan Swords “License To Desire Remixes”
Peacers, The “Introducing The Crimsmen”
Perverted Ceremony “Sabbat Of Behezael”
Pinch “Water Bomb”
Portal “Swarth” (Green Beer Color Vinyl)
Portal “Seepia” (Brown Vinyl)
Porter Ricks “Anguilla Electrica” (2LP)
Prince And The Revolution “Purple Rain” (2015 Paisley Park Remaster + Poster)
Ras_G “The Gospel Of The God Spell”
Rubs, The “Impossible Dream”
Scarecrow “Deo Optimo Maxima” (Cult Polish Black Metal 1989-1990)
Shackleford, Kiefer “Kickinit Alone”
She Spread Sorrow “Mine”
Sick Thoughts “Songs About People You Hate”
Skelethal “Of The Depths…”
Split Decision Band “Split Decision Band” (+ D/L)
Sprenger, Konrad “Stack Music”
Sterling, Maxwell “Hollywood Medieval”
Tigers Jaw “Spin” (Turquoise)
Tweedy, Jeff “Together At Last” (Color & 180 Gram Versions)
Various “American Epic: The Sessions” (Avett Brothers, Alabama Shakes, Nas, Beck, Jack White, Elton John…)
Various “Attention K Mart Choppers”
Various “Welcome To Zamrock! Vol. 2: How Zambia’s Liberation Led To A Rock Revolution”
Various “Oz Waves” (Australian DIY 1982-1989)
Various “Pop Makossa” (+ D/L, Analog Africa 2LP)
Vega, Alan “Alan Vega”
Whores. “Gold.” (Ltd. Ed. Colored Vinyl)
Zaytoven & Gucci Mane “Mamas Basement”


Jones, Daru X Machado “Discipline / Nice Girl / Meat Grinder”
Osmose “Boogie & Beatdown”


Cemetary Urn “Cemetary Urn”
Hexer “Cosmic Doom Ritual”
Horrific “Your Worst Nightmare”
Impetuous Ritual “Blight Upon Martyred Sentience”
Invocation Spells “The Flame Of Hate”
Jonwayne “Rap Album Two”
Midnight “No Mercy For Mayhem”
Moniquea “Blackwavefunk”
Monks “Hamburg Recordings 1967”
Nilsson, Molly “Imaginations”
Satanic Warmaster “Fimbul Winter”
Skelethal “Of The Depths…”
Tweedy, Jeff “Together At Last”
Various “Welcome To Zamrock! Vol. 2: How Zambia’s Liberation Led To A Rock Revolution” (Book+CD)
White Suns “Psychic Drift”


Hexer “Cosmic Doom Ritual” (Vendetta)
Signor Benedick The Moor “Toybox” (DBA177)
Witches Of Malibu “Part Smash EP”


Maximum Rock N Roll July 2017 No. 410 Magazine



Jackie Greene
Back to Birth
(Yep Roc)
Born in Salinas, California, folk and Americana singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Jackie Greene has toured with numerous bands (he was also a member of The Black Crowes’ final formation, as well as The Grateful Dead’s bassist’s ensemble Phil Lesh and Friends.) Greenes’ passionate roots-rock sound includes his vocals, guitars, piano, harmonica and more, crafting a varied, refreshing sound that feels like a road trip across America’s musical landscape.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Sarah Bethe Nelson Fast Moving Clouds
On this debut album (she’s also released the follow-up Oh, Evolution), this San Francisco singer-songwriter performs summery-sounding indie rock with pop elements. One of my favorites is the surf-pop “Impossible Love”, using breezy, sunny instrumentation while describing an unworkable relationship. Lead single “Paying” is definitely a highlight, with a relaxing starry-night guitar sound and layered vocals from the perspective of a bartender refusing to keep supporting a moocher.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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