9th Of March 2018 Update

9th Of March 2018 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
Adversarial / Paroxsihzem “Warpit Of Coiling Atrocities”
Aperture Science Psychocoustics Laboratory “Portal: Original Soundtrack”
Archspire “Relentless Mutation” (Silver)
Asking Alexandria “Asking Alexandria”
Bad Religion “Stranger Than Fiction” (Ltd. Ed. Color & Black Vinyl Available)
Beautify Junkyards “The Invisible World Of Beautify Junkyards” (+ D/L)
Blackfoot “Millie”
Blackfoot “The Foot Steps”
Brion, Jon “Lady Bird” (Soundtrack)
Cadaver Dog “Dying Breed” (White)
Cannabis Corpse “From Wisdom To Baked” (Oxblood /300)
Centazzo / Battiston / Feruglio “Ictus”
Chenaux, Eric “Slowly Paradise” (180 Gram + Poster + D/L)
Christian Death “Catastrophe Ballet” (Silver /250)
Contemporary Jazz Quintet, The “Location” (/1000)
Corpse, The “Fight Against Rules”
DJ Woody “Flexin Hard”
Drowning The Light “Varcolaci Rising”
Dub Narcotic Sound System “Rhythm Record Volume One”
Duk, Kim Byoung “Experiment No. X”
Editors “Vi Olence” (180 Gram + D/L)
Emanton “Post Tenebra Lux”
Emapea “Zoning Out Volume 1”
Eric “Eric” (1970 Private Press Reissue)
Everist, Jon “Dragonfall” (Soundtrack)
Everist, Jon “Hong Kong” (Soundtrack)
Exile “Baker’s Dozen”
Ferrio, Gianni “Io, Emmanuelle” (Soundtrack)
Fitzgerald, George “All That Must Be” (180 Gram + D/L)
Gwar “The Blood Of Gods”
Hieroglyphic Being “The Red Notes” (/1000 Ltd. Ed. 2LP + D/L)
Ilsa “Corpse Fortress”
Kensington Gore “Hexagon”
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard “Polygondwanaland” (Ltd. Ed. Yellow/Red)
Kreator “Cause For Conflict” (2LP Color Vinyl Remaster)
Kuzich “Dawn Chorus”
Lamarr, Delvon Organ Trio “Close But No Cigar” (+D/L)
Last Gang, The “Keep Them Counting” (+ D/L)
Liv.E “Frank EP”
Lou Rebecca “Lou Rebecca”
Maelstrom “ALPH4”
Majeure “Timespan Redux” (+D/L)
Masta Ace “Son Of Yvonne Remix Instrumentals”
Masta Ace “Son Of Yvonne Remix Album”
MC Breed & DFC “M.C. Breed & DFC.” (Remastered Reissue)
McGregor, Freddie “Bobby Bobylon” (Deluxe Ed. + D/L)
Mergia, Hailu “Lala Belu” (First Couple Have Bonus 7″!)
Monophonics “Mirrors” (Coke Bottle Clear)
Moose Blood “I Don’t Think I Can Do This Anymore”
Morbid Angels “Formulas Fatal To Flesh”
Nap Eyes “I’m Bad Now” (Ltd. Ed. Pink)
Noi!se “The Scars We Hide” (+ D/L)
Of Montreal “White Is Relic / Irrealis Mood” (180 Gram Cyan Vinyl)
Oneida “Romance” (Red Vinyl + D/L)
Orschakowski, Wolfgang “Zippo Zetterlink In The Poor Sun”
Pastel Ghost “Abyss” (Purple Ltd. Ed.)
Promise Ring, The “30 Degrees Everywhere” (Ltd. Ed. Color)
Rateliff, Nathaniel & The Night Sweats “Tearing At The Seams” (2LP 180 Gram + D/L)
Reynolds, Graham “A Scanner Darkly” (Marble)
Rolo Tomassi “Time Will Die And Love Will Bury It” (Clear/Pink)
Schulze, Klaus “La Vie Electronique” (Color Vinyl)
Shelter “Attaining The Supreme” (White Vinyl)
Skull Eclipses, The “The Skull Eclipses” (+ D/L, Ltd. Ed. Grey)
Snips “The Barber Shop”
Subtle Degrees “A Dance That Empties” (+ D/L)
Suburbanite “Suburbanite” (Clear/Smoke)
Suicidal Tendencies “Get Your Fight On!” (Yellow Vinyl + D/L)
Takahashi, Kuniyuki “Early Tape Works (1986-1993) Vol. 1”
They Might Be Giants “I Like Fun”
Trovajoli, Armando “Blazing Magnum” (Soundtrack)
Twitching Tongues “Gaining Purpose Through Passionate Hatred”
Uncle Tupelo “Still Feed Gone.” (Legacy Vinyl Reissue)
Various “Josie And The Pussycats” (Soundtrack)
Vile Gash “Nightmare In A Damaged Brain”
Waits, Tom “Closing Time” (Newly Remastered)
White, Daniel J. “Le Lac Des Morts Vivants” (Soundtrack)
Young Fathers “Cocoa Sugar” (Blue Vinyl Ltd. Ed.)

Buy Muy Drugs “Hyperdope / FWMA” (Animated Picture Disc)
Eternal Champion “The Last King Of Pictdom”
Harlem Gospel Travelers “He’s On Time / Wash Me Lord”
Kills, The “List Of Demands (Reparations)”
Kou Keri Kou “Canto Negro / Cerbatana”
Magic In Threes “Finnish Funk / Shot Through The Grease”
Shamir “Room”
Shinji “Grand Mash / Second Wind”
Turner, Ike & The Rhythm Kings “Funky Mule”


Adversarial / Parxsihzem “Warpit Of Coiling Atrocities” (Unsealed Import)
Beautify Junkyards “The Invisible World Of Beautify Junkyards”
Between The Buried And Me “Automata 1”
Byrne, David “American Utopia”
Chaos Echoes “Mouvement”
Corpse, The “Fight Against Rules”
Crippled Black Phoenix “Horrific Honorifics”
Drowning The Light “Varcolaci Rising” (Unsealed Import)
Drudkh “They Often See Dreams About The Spring”
Eryn Non Dae “Abandon Of The Self”
Figurine “View From Inside”
Havok “Burn”
Hendrix, Jimi “Both Sides Of The Sky”
Judas Priest “Firepower”
Knelt Rote “Alterity”
Lamarr, Delvon Organ Trio “Close But No Cigar”
Malakhim “Demo I” (MCD)
Mantis “Mantis I”
Master “Live”
Mergia, Hailu “Lala Belu”
Nap Eyes “I’m Bad Now”
Nightwish “Decades: An Archive Of Song 1996-2015”
Of Montreal “White Is Relic / Irrealis Mood”
Onra “Nobody Has To Know”
Rites Of Thy Degringolade “The Blade Of Philosophical”
Survive “HD015”
Suzuki, Kaori “Newsun”


Blooming Carrions “Necrosis Twilight” (Iron Bonehead Productions)
Burnt Hills “Round Lake” (Csite 019)
Future Museums “Rosewater Ceremony” (HD044)
LaChane “LaChane” (HD046)
Lamarr, Delvon Organ Trio “Close But No Cigar”
Lou Rebecca “Lou Rebecca” (HD043)
Mantis “Mantis I”
Of Montreal “White Is Relic / Irrealis Mood” (PRC-350)
Onra “Nobody Has To Know” (ACOCSX5)
Pa Vesh En “Dead Womb” (Iron Bonehead Productions)
Survive “HD037”
This Will Destroy You “Another Language” (Large Box)
Turbonegro “RockNRoll Machine” (BRGR1228)



The Thermals
We Disappear
(Saddle Creek)
Despite being laced with dark themes of failed relationships and fatalism (the title comes from a lyric in the “The Great Dying” about ultimately fading away as time passes), this Portland punk band’s seventh album is loaded with catchy, rocking bubblegum hooks. The lively “My Heart Went Cold”, for example, features vocalist-guitarist Hutch Harris shouting surprisingly morose lyrics amid the “whoa-oh-oh’s” and animated instrumentation (“dead in the night / dark in the day / far from the light I can see…” One of the more subdued moments is closer “Years In A Day”, like a world-weary nighttime reflection on being “awake only for the darkest days” during a doomed relationship.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Gun Outfit
Dream All Over
(Paradise of Bachelors)
This Los Angeles-based band plays rock and roll incorporating elements of country, folk, punk and psychedelia, comparable to artists like Sonic Youth, Meat Puppets, Lee Hazlewood, Ty Segall and Amps For Christ. For this refined and dusky desert-mood album, the group attempts to emulate the feeling one gets from “flickering and dimming of dreams” and the moment of waking back to reality with stark lucidity. One of my favorites is the sleepy-eyed “Angelino” enhanced with a shimmering sitar, as well as the energetic wanderlust of the nostalgic, desert travel-themed “Blue Hour”.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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