Misfits, Elvis Presley, Keb' Mo', Bloodsimple, Benjamin Herman and The Sounds
Trouble with some Famous Monsters
are often recognized as the pioneers of the horror punk subgenre. With their fifth studio album Famous Monsters
they're bringing punk and metal music together. You still can hear their punk roots, but also the heavier sounds of bass and guitar melodies. The package of Famous Monsters
includes a collectable sticker sheet and a 4-page booklet. The release is available as a limited edition of 2.500 individually numbered copies on coloured (transparent green & yellow mixed) vinyl. A year before the tragic dead of the "King of Rock and Roll", Elvis Presley
recorded some songs live in the recording studio set-up in his mansion. From Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis, Tennessee
is one of the final and saddest recordings from his career. The record is available as a limited edition of 2.000 individually numbered copies on transparent blue vinyl. The 2003 documentary series Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues gave Keb' Mo'
the opportunity to compile highlights from his career into an album. Classics like "Come On In My Kitchen" and "Am I Wrong" can be found on the double album.
The package Includes a 4-page booklet with pictures and liner notes.
The New York alternative metal band Bloodsimple
focuses on the dark side of life with their debut album A Cruel World.
With an superb production, memorable riffs and fine rhythms they created an album which features both the aggressive as soft side of their music. A Cruel World
is available as a limited edition of 1.000 individually numbered copies on coloured (orange & gold mixed) vinyl. Dutch saxophonist Benjamin Herman
longed to get to work on something a little more intimate with one of his favorite settings; bass and drums. This resulted in Trouble
, his 16th solo work, and it is a collaboration with the 24-year-old Daniel von Piekartz. The record is available as a limited edition of 500 individually numbered copies on transparent green vinyl. Last but not least, we release two classics by the Swedish new wave group The Sounds.
Their debut album Living in America
(2002) and second record Dying To Say This To You (2006). With their lead singer Maja Ivarsson they created synthesizer-driven sounds. Both records are available as limited editions of 1.000 individually numbered copies on white vinyl.