The eponymous sixth LP from Portland duo The Helio Sequence is a lovely slice of catchy indie pop. Released via Sub Pop, this is the limited “loser” edition on yellow vinyl. Highly recommended.

A1: Battle Lines
A2: Stoic Resemblance
A3: Red Shifting
A4: Upward Mobility
A5: Leave Or Be Yours
B1: Deuces
B2 Inconsequential Ties
B3: Seven Hours
B4: Phantom Shore
B5: Never Going Back

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Second of the deluxe box set reissues of classic Death albums by Relapse Records. Following on from the Leprosy set it’s Spiritual Healing up with a lovely red and blue merge vinyl. Once again the pack contains a slip mat as well as a bunch of extra bits and bobs. Amazing album and a quality package.

A1: Living Monstrosity
A2: Altering The Future
A3: Defensive Personalities
A4: Within The Mind
B5: Spiritual Healing
B6: Low Life
B7: Genetic Reconstruction
B8: Killing Spree
Spiritual Healing Rehearsals
C1: Altering The Future
C2: Defensive Personalities
C3: Within The Mind
C4: Within The Mind (Take 2)
D5: Spiritual Healing
D6: Killing Spree
Joke & Jam Tracks
D7: Satanic Jam
D8: Primus Jam
D9: Jon A Qua (Take 2)

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Another 2016 repress for a fan favourite from Immortal. Early, less polished stuff from the kings of funny face paint. Silver vinyl with black & white splatter. Limited to 300.

A1: Unsilent Storms In The North Abyss
A2: A Sign For The Norse Hordes To Ride
A3: The Sun No Longer Rises
A4: Frozen By Icewinds
B1: Storming Through Red Clouds And Holocaustwinds
B2: Eternal Years On The Path To The Cemetary Gates
B3: As The Eternity Opens
B4: Pure Holocaust

The Uncles are back with their 5th LP, following on from 2015’s Oh Shudder. More super catchy, syncopated indie pop from the Manchester lads. Highly recommended if you like guitars, synths and music that’s a touch different from your average three chord banger. This is the clear vinyl edition, exclusive to indie retailers. Great vinyl labels on this one.

A1: Big Balloon
A2: Baskin’
A3: Combo Box
A4: Same Plane Dream
A5: Achameleon
B1: Hiccup
B2: Streetlight
B3: Oh Yeah
B4: Sink
B5: Overton

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Catch the gaze of this Miami Vice heartthrob as he stares up at you from the record player. Bland as you like but good for 80s throwback fans?

A: Heartbeat
B: Can’t Take Your Memory

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A rare addition of some happy hardcore to the site. Plenty of pianos and sped up vocals but definitely more bearable than post-1995 stompy nonsense. This is the pink vinyl release, there was also a blue one and the standard black. Plenty of the Stormtrooper 12s came on coloured vinyl and for anyone into this style are well worth a look in.

A: Adrenaline Flowing
AA: Party Pumper

Red and black swirl edition of Iron Reagan’s second album, featuring an endless onslaught of short, sharp punky thrash metal. Another from the Relapse camp. Limited to 500 copies.

A1: Tyranny Of Will
A2: I Won’t Go
A3: Eyeball Gore
A4: Close To Toast
A5: Bet On Black
A6: Miserable Failure
A7: The Living Skull
A8: In Greed We Trust
A9: Glocking Out
A10: Rat Shit
A11: U Lock The Bike Cop
A12: Broken Bottles
B1: Bleeding Frenzy
B2: Bored To Death
B3: Class Holes
B4: Obsolete Man
B5: Nameless
B6: Exit The Game
B7: Your Kid’s An Asshole
B8: Patriotic Shock
B9: Bill Of Fights
B10: Consensual Harassment
B11: Just Say Go
B12: Four More Years

Wild Nothing’s third full length release and another piece of awesome dreamy melodic indie rock. This deluxe limited edition was on white vinyl with a fancy 3D lenticular cover (kinda hard to show in the photos). Highly recommended stuff, the previous album, Nocturne, was amazing too!

A1: Reichpop
A2: Lady Blue
A3: A Woman’s Wisdom
A4: Japanese Alice
A5: Life of Pause
A6: Alien
B1: To Know You
B2: Adore You
B3: TV Queen
B4: Whenever I
B5: Love Underneath My Thumb

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Possessed’s third and final release, the Eyes of Horror EP, repressed by High Roller Records for 2015. The end of a career by a groundbreaking band and all the nicer for tasty clear and red splatter vinyl.

A1: Confessions
A2: My Belief
A3: The Eyes Of Horror
B1: Swing Of The Axe
B2: Storm In My Mind

First time on vinyl for this soundtrack to a film that doesn’t exist from Low, originally called Travels in Constants (Vol. 9): The Exit Papers. 16 years after it came out on CD only, this has been pressed up on limited brown vinyl (500 copies) via Temporary Residence. Pretty experimental stuff and quite different from the rest of the band’s output, well worth checking for fans of the band who want to hear something a bit more minimal.

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