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Holy Sons Lost Decade II

CPR-16: HOLY SONS "Lost Decade II" LP + DIGITAL DOWNLOAD

Hidden away in a virtual cave during the 90's, Emil Amos (Om, Grails, Lilacs & Champagne) amassed a catalog of over 1000 songs, never submitting any of them to a label or playing live. Working tirelessly in various basements across North Carolina, he used the 4-track as a radical therapeutic device to unravel various psychological conflictions and capture an ongoing spiritual implosion on tape.

15 Years after the first volume of songs from that era was released ["Lost Decade" in '99], a second volume has been dug out and rescued from endless piles of cassettes. There's an unparalleled intimacy to these recordings that could probably only be compared to Daniel Johnston's walkman tapes made while he was committed in a psych ward.

In a ritualistic attempt to capture the rawest picture of human behavior, mescaline was ingested regularly before recording... giving a witchy glow to the songs in this collection. For any long-time Holy Sons listener this collection fills in some of the blanks of one of the most reticent and under-acknowledged song-writer/producers of the last 20 years.

LIMITED TO 500 COPIES ON CLEAR VINYL. THIS IS A PRE-ORDER, EXPECTED TO SHIP IN LATE APRIL.

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Deathpile Final Confession

CPR-15: DEATHPILE "Final Confession" DOUBLE LP + DIGITAL DOWNLOAD

Essential double LP collection of work by Jonathan Canady (Dead World, Angel of Decay, Nightmares) of crushing American power electronics for fans of Sickness, Whitehouse, Prurient. Taken from deleted cassettes, 7"s and CD-R releases, expect nothing but extreme power electronics at its best. By the time this record completes its run you will feel exhausted with an inner ugly that doesn't seem totally healthy yet is rawly satisfying at the same time.

The gatefold features new artwork by Nicola Vinciguerra (Fecalove) and layout by Canady. Limited to 500 copies on randomly mixed color vinyl with digital download card. Randomly mixed color vinyl is a random blend of colors that comes out with a marble like appearance. No two mixed color records look the same.

Note: the tracks “Blunt Anal Trauma,” “Execration” and “Slaughterhouse Pornography” from the 2005 CD version of this compilation have been omitted to fit the vinyl format. However, the digital download includes these missing songs.

LIMITED TO 500 COPIES. THIS IS A PRE-ORDER, EXPECTED TO SHIP IN LATE APRIL.

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CPR-12: MERZBOW / THE GUILT OF... Split LP

Japanese noise legend Merzbow offers up an assault of violent, swarming electronic distortion swirling with shards of brutal high-end feedback and cosmic oscillating tones, creating a vast whirlpool of caustic aural grit and buzz while Industrial noise punks "The Guilt øf... " a New Orleans-based group made up of Mike IX Williams (EyeHateGod, Outlaw Order, Arson Anthem) and Ryan McKern (Wolvhammer) layer waves of piano, fuzz, tortured vocals, drums and distorted sub-bass to create a mesmerizing and crushing drone-like effect.



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CPR-11: UNEARTHLY TRANCE / THE ENDLESS BLOCKADE Split LP

New York doom metal juggernaut UNEARTHLY TRANCE offer up a side long onslaught of d-beat and doom before plummeting deep into the noise depths while Toronto's THE ENDLESS BLOCKADE combine power-violence and power-electronics to brutal effect including a Slogun cover.

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CPR-8: THEE ELECTRIC BASTARDS “Live! At Club Awesome” CD

Featuring members of CLOUDS, OCTAVE MUSEUM, PHANTOM GLUE, HYDRONAUT, and PET GENIUS, and produced by Stephen Brodsky of CAVE IN and MUTOID MAN, "Live! At Club Awesome" is a 11-song STUDIO recording of the band playing live at their rehearsal space.

Boston's Thee Electric Bastards, whose expansive psych-pop falls somewhere in among Syd Barrett era Pink Floyd, the Zeppelin end of the White Stripes catalogue (but only if it was scored by an Elephant Six band), and Yoshimi-type Flaming Lips. And if that seems like an awful lot of territory, well, they cover a hell of a lot of it. With songs about futuristic life (Robots Do Not Rock) blatant machismo (The Peepin' Song, Play The Fool), alcoholism and mental health (Millennium Blues, Black Jets), The Bastards have allowed the listener a peek into their sordid little world, where society's ills and fears are celebrated. All of The Bastards songs are well crafted slices of weirdness, with compelling breaks in the music that are sometimes jarring in effect. It harkens back to the days when rock music was more experimental, and less formulaic.

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CPR-7: TEAM ROBESPIERRE / BREVATOR Split 10" EP

Brooklyn's no-wave Screamers-inspired electro punk band, Team Robespierre, join forces with Albany's doom merchants, Brevator, who sound like the Butthole Surfers jamming with Khanate. The best in speed, the best in sludge. Get it while you can. Limited to 500 copies.


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CPR-2: YOU'VE GOT YOUR ORDERS VOL. 2 CD

Featuring Stephen Brodsky (Cave In), Jesse Hughes (Eagles of Death Metal), Nikki Sudden (Swell Maps/Jacobites), Silver Apples, John Easdale (Dramarama), Brant Bjork (Kyuss, Fu Manchu), Paradise Island (Jenny from Erase Errata), Steve Mackay (the Stooges), Nathan Larson (Shudder To Think), Amps For Christ (Man Is The Bastard), Sam Coomes (Quasi), Black Lipstick, Eddie Angel (Los Straitjackets), R. Hoak (Brutal Truth), Phil Puleo (Cop Shoot Cop, Swans), Sonny Vincent (Testors), Immortal Lee County Killers, Brent Eyestone (Waifle, Forensics), Vaz, Elliott Sharp, Jim Coleman (Cop Shoot Cop, Phylr), the Scheme (the Pills) and Brett Rosenberg. The cd is limited to 998 copies.


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