Killing Joke, I am Kloot, Ronny Jordan, Cranes, King's X, The Byrds, Madrugada and Social Distortion
We're not making fun of you, it's just a Killing Joke. The eleventh self-titled studio album features Dave Grohl (Nirvana/Foo Fighters) on drums. He integrated some of his famous drum rolls on the new incarnation of the '80s Killing Joke. The release is available as a limited edition of 2.500 individually numbered copies on flaming (yellow & orange mixed) vinyl. I am Kloot is the second haunting, melodic and smooth album of the band by the same name. This second piece yielded five singles, including the hits "Life in a Day" and "3 Feet Tall". I am Kloot is available as a limited edition of 1.000 individually numbered copies on transparent vinyl.
Ronny Jordan, an influential artist in the acid jazz movement, released his debut album The Antidote in 1992. The well structured album focuses on different parts of the jazz movement, including a fantastic crossover cover of the Miles Davis classic “So What”. The album is available as a limited first pressing of 1.000 individually numbered copies on gold vinyl. After releasing their first EP Fuse, Cranes expanded to a four-piece band and recorded Self-Non-Self. The dark sounds are a combination of industrial and post-punk music. Self-Non-Self limited 30th anniversary edition of 1.000 individually numbered copies is pressed on coloured (black & pink mixed) vinyl. The self-titled eponymous fourth studio album by the metal trio King's X really shines in the quality of its vocal performances. The dark side of their music and song-writing is experienced throughout this superb record. The album is available as a limited edition of 1.000 individually numbered copies on solid moss green coloured vinyl.
Roger McGuinn had to assemble a new line-up for The Byrds in the late '60s and found guitarist Clarence White as their new shining star. Dr. Byrds and Mr. Hyde may lack the instant commercial appeal of the group's past releases, but remains an interesting and intriguing artefact of the era. The album is a limited 50th anniversary edition of 1.500 individually numbered copies coloured (clear & black swirled) vinyl. Madrugada's debut album Industrial Silence album contains the singles "Electric", "Higher" and "Beautyproof" plus live favourite "Vocal". Silence is available as a limited edition of 2.500 individually numbered copies on white coloured vinyl. Social Distortion's fourth album Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell continues the melding of country and rockabilly influences with punk. This release is available as a limited edition of 2.500 individually numbered copies on purple vinyl.
Killing Joke is the eleventh studio album of the band of the same name. Dave Grohl (Nirvana/Foo Fighters) performed the drums on this album and integrated some of his famous drum rolls in the different songs. It's the new incarnation of the '80s Killing Joke, one where they are showing their new spirits.
Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell is the fourth studio album by the American band Social Distortion. It continues the melding of country and rockabilly influences with punk that began two albums before with the album Prison Bound. Clear influences include Hank Williams and Johnny Cash.
Industrial Silence is the debut album by Norwegian alternative Rock band Madrugada. Their strength is not catchy three-minute pop songs; it is their epic, melancholic ballads like "Electric" and "Shine," and intense rockers like "Higher," that make Madrugada stand out. What's really impressive on this album, besides the quality of the songs, is guitarist Robert Burås' creative and versatile playing.