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Defeater [Abandoned]

August 28 street date. Boston’s most devoted and steadfast hardcore band, Defeater knows what it takes to remain credible in a scene where fans demand both unapologetic, in-your-face power and intense emotional honesty. For Defeater and their die-hard fans, this honesty is key, and with their Epitaph debut Abandoned, Derek Archambault (vocals) and fellow band members have created their masterpiece. Carrying on the narrative thread they have built across four previous albums, Abandoned is the band’s most powerful and uncompromising album to date, powered by a renewed sense of artistic ambition and a plot twist no one could have expected. Defeater has never sounded more bleak and intense. The seething black-hole hardcore songs that served as finales “Cowardice” and “Bled Out” on Travels and Letters Home just barely touch the full-throated primal desperation on display in the first track here, and the momentary respite halfway through on “Borrowed And Blue” only makes the utter collapse that follows more punishing. This is the first album where the entire band was involved from the ground up, says Archambault, and that let Defeater push itself to a new level of discipline and depth.
Destroyer [Poison Season (2LP)]

August 28 street date. Available on CD, Vinyl and limited edition "Indie-store-only" clear vinyl. 2LP, gatefold, with download. On August 28, Destroyer returns with a new full-length, Poison Season. In addition, a two-song 12-inch that includes a remix of album track “Forces From Above” and the orchestral version of “Times Square, Poison Season” will be released as a companion to the record. Poison Season opens with Vancouver native Dan Bejar swathed in Hunky Dory strings. He’s a dashboard Bowie surveying four wracked characters—Jesus, Jacob, Judy, Jack—simultaneously Biblical and musical theatre. This bittersweet, Times Square-set fanfare is reprised twice more on the record—first as swaying, saxophone-stoked “street-rock” and then finally as a curtain-closing reverie. “The first and last songs are actually one song tracked live with quintet,” explains their author. “I even sang with the band. That song always swung between super austere and super mid-’70s Springsteen/Bowie street-rock. In the end, I decided I wanted both. Couldn’t really figure out a way to sequence the orchestral version within the record, so I decided to carve it up as a book-ending motif, with the rock version squarely in the middle.” Mr. Bejar has long displayed a chameleonic instinct for change while maintaining a unified aesthetic (rather than just pinballing between reference points). No two records sound the same, but they’re always uniquely Destroyer. His latest incarnation often appears to take sonic cues from a distinctly British (usually Scottish, to be precise) strain of sophisti-pop: you might hear traces of Aztec Camera, Prefab Sprout, Orange Juice, or The Blow Monkeys. These songs merge a casual literary brilliance with intense melodic verve, nimble arrangements, and a certain blue-eyed soul sadness.
Flatliners [Division Of Spoils]

August 7 street date (September 18 for Vinyl). Over the course of their 13 year journey as a band THE FLATLINERS have covered an impressive amount of ground, cutting their teeth on aggressive ska/punk and eventually arriving at their current sound of incredibly nuanced, passionate, and heavy punk rock. The vehicle for this trek, and the one constant throughout, has been THE FLATLINERS’ proficient song writing. Never short on killer riffs or innovative and unforgettable melodies, the guys have churned out an impressive amount of material over a relatively brief amount of time. With seven EP’s and singles, and countless contributions to compilations to their credit, THE FLATLINERS’ catalog extends way beyond their four full-length albums. In fact, it’s become so robust that the band recently decided to create a collection of all their loose ends. Division of Spoils brings together b-sides, rarities, and unreleased songs that span the history of the band. From a couple unearthed fledgling demos to some unreleased gems that were recorded during the Dead Language sessions, Division of Spoils serves as a retrospective of THE FLATLINERS’ evolution. Classifying the album as a “b-sides” collection is a bit of a misnomer, though. Division of Spoils is packed with treasures that will have you wondering how these hits were ever left of the full-lengths in the first place. Of course, since these guys only feel at home on the road, they’ll be bringing their raucous live show across North America as a featured band on the Fat Wrecked for 25 Years Tour (NOFX, Lagwagon, Strung Out, Swingin’ Utters and more) in support of Division of Spoils.
Ghostface Killah [Twelve Reasons to Die]

August 7 street date. ADRIAN YOUNGE’S ACCLAIMED COLLABORATION WITH WU-TANG CLAN’S GHOSTFACE KILLAH, RE-ISSUED FOR THE FIRST TIME ON LINEAR LABS! Please note that the version of that release previously available on the Soul Temple imprint (STE110LP / UPC 819376011011) is no longer available. The sounds of classic 36 Chambers-era RZA meld with Portishead and the Italian film music of Ennio Morricone on 12 Reasons To Die, the first ever collaboration between Ghostface Killah and Adrian Younge. A daring, full-length Crime/Horror concept album, 12 Reasons’ executive producer and Ghostface’s longtime Wu-Tang Clan collaborator The RZA, referred to the album as "groundbreaking" in the hip-hop genre. Ghostface Killah’s prominence in hip hop has grown steadily over his 20-plus year career - including high-profile appearances on Kanye West’s Cruel Summer, RZA’s The Man With the Iron Fists soundtrack and 36 Seasons, his recent collaboration with The Revelations - 12 Reasons catches the gifted MC at the height of his lyrical prowess. Composer/producer/instrumentalist Adrian Younge represents the next generation of black music producers. His aim is an organic re-appropriation of hip-hop circa the mid-90s. His previous releases, the Black Dynamite soundtrack album (2009) Something About April (2011), and There Is Only Now, his collaboration with Souls Of Mischief (2012), touched on psychedelia, blaxploitation, and the cinematic soul of the 1970s. 12 Reasons was Adrian’s first project in which he’s immersed himself in the world of hip-hop.
Ghostface Killah [12 Reasons To Die II]

July 10 street date. ADRIAN YOUNGE ANNOUNCES THE RELEASE OF THE HIGHLY-ANTICIPATED "TWELVE REASONS TO DIE II" ALBUM, STARRING GHOSTFACE KILLAH. Featuring RAEKWON, RZA, BILAL, VINCE STAPLES and more. Fans who have been waiting for the past two years can finally rejoice: Adrian Younge’s and Ghostface Killah’s Twelve Reasons To Die II is coming soon. To up the ante this time around, Ghostface has added a very important lyrical companion to the mix: Raekwon. The chemistry that was cemented two decades ago on Rae’s classic Only Built 4 Cuban Linx is as strong as ever, clearly heard on five out of the album’s 13 songs. And on the topic of chemistry, executive producer and Wu-Tang patriarch The RZA returns to Part II as the story’s narrator. The storyline for Part II is vividly brought to life with the help of Younge’s never-endingly evocative and unique brand of cinematic, psychedelic soul. The music - on which Younge himself plays upwards of 10 instruments on certain songs - was recorded strictly on analog tape, to bring out the true grit of the ‘70s era that provides the Twelve Reasons backdrop. Twelve Reasons To Die II is another heavy feather in the caps of all involved, especially Younge and Ghost, who again poured their skills and intellect into this dramatic and engaging tale. It all fits perfectly into the Wu-Tang family tree as well as Younge’s always-expanding musical universe, which now proudly relies on Linear Labs to house it.
L'Orange & Kool Keith [Time? Astonishing!]

August 8 street date. L'Orange & Kool Keith set out to make something absurd, yet traditional, putting the Ultramagnetic MC in a position to rap over beats that fans have wanted to hear him on for years. Joining the team is cast of legendary rappers to create a diversity of talent. The album is a loose tale of a time traveller, moving only forward through time, settling in the future and living as he would normally. The album seems to imply that adventure is only a step away, but never seems to reach that point. It's an abstract and absurdist approach to working with an absurdist MC. "The man may be out of place and time, but there are few artists as spectacularly weird as Keith" - Vice // "L'Orange builds a gilded stage from a clutter of film, soul and synth samples, refurbishing the worn 9th Wonder/early-Kanye warped soul template" - Pitchfork
Loop [Array 1]

July 24 street date. LP Includes download code - First New Material in over 20 years!! First in a series of three mini albums, third to include slipcase to house all 3! Towards the end of 2013 saw the reformation of one of the most revered and respected late 80’s UK alternative bands, LOOP. The group, founded by Robert Hampson, hadn’t played together since the early 90’s but got together to curate a night at the legendary All Tomorrow’s Parties at Camber Sands. US dates followed in 2014 and they then got back in the studio to start recording. The result is three brand new releases coming over the next year which see the band return to their hugely unique and era defining sound whilst sounding fresh and exciting. The first release is ‘Array 1’, four tracks of haunting, aggressive, beautiful noise. ‘Precession’, ‘Aphelion’, ‘Coma’ and ‘Radial’ are the first songs to be heard from their recording session done in Sub Station Studios in Rosyth in Scotland with the current line up of Robert Hampson (vocals/guitar), Hugo Morgan (bass), Wayne Maskell (drums) and Dan Boyd (guitar). With only an early version of ‘Precession’ having had any previous outing (at a show at the Garage in London at the end of 2014), this is the very first new music from the band since their third album, 1990’s lost classic ‘A Gilded Eternity’. For fans of Spacemen 3, Bardo Pond, The Telescopes..
NOFX [Backstage Passport 2 (2DVD)]

August 21 street date. In 2008 punk veterans NOFX released an 8-part TV docu-series called NOFX: Backstage Passport, which followed the band’s ill-fated attempts to take punk rock to the unconquered corners of the globe. The mayhem that ensued was a mix of hilarious moments and crazy snafus that resulted in some shows on the tour being cancelled. Over the following four years NOFX set out to make up several shows in Mexico, Peru and Colombia that got derailed on their first attempt. Not surprisingly there were just as many bumps in the road this time around: inner-band meltdowns, shady promoters, tear gas, fires, drugs, an 8.8 earthquake and, of course, riot cops. Once again the cameras were there to capture every inglorious moment and it’s all available for your viewing pleasure as part of Backstage Passport 2. In addition to the feature-length documentary, the two disc set contains two “lost episodes” (Australia and Eastern Europe) from the original Backstage Passport series and loads of unreleased bonus footage. Backstage Passport 2 is your ticket to accompany NOFX on more berserk international adventures, done as only they can.
Public Enemy [Man Plans God Laughs (explicit)]

Please note new street date - August 7. "Man Plans God Laughs," is the brand new album by Hall of Famers Public Enemy. Chuck, Flavor, Lord, Griff, G-Wiz and the S1W's return for another album, bringing you all new music. If you thought your favorite PE album was "Apocalypse 91," wait until you hear this one! Available on CD or LP.
Reatards [Grown Up Fucked Up]

August 21 street date. Shortly after the release of Teenage Hate, the debut album from the Reatards, an 18-year-old Jay Reatard started working on a new album. He was spitting out punk rock anthems a mile a minute at this point, so a new record made sense. And what else was there to do? He’d quit school a couple years back so a normal day for Jay meant he was bumming around midtown Memphis winding people up. At this point, Eric Friedl had introduced Jay to Meghan Smith, via mail or phone or something. And they became fast friends. Smith and Blake Wright ran Empty Records out of Seattle, and the label made plans to release Grown Up Fucked Up. After a complete mess of a European tour with the Persuaders, Jay came back and recorded the album with some help from his girlfriend at the time (and future Lost Sounds bandmate) Alicja Trout. It soon became clear that there was a harder edge to everything. While Teenage Hate had been nasty, it was rooted in the Crypt / Oblivians scene of scuzzy rock, with covers of Fear, but also Buddy Holly. Grown Up Fucked Up was a power pogo into Killed By Death-style punk rock. The songs jumped off the record and grabbed you by the throat. They were passionate, ridiculous and utterly authentic. It wasn’t too long afterwards that he put out the equally amazing “Your So Lewd” single (now included on the album as well). Like everything Jay did, he did it his way. His recordings hold up because they are completely unique. He created a scene full of imitations, but no one duplicated him. Goner wanted to make sure they stayed true to Jay’s aesthetic with the repress, so they didn’t mess with it much. Smith sent over the original DAT recordings and the record was sourced directly from them. Kyle Johnson at Rocket Science Audio handled the transfer, and Jason Ward mastered to vinyl. Doug Easley took care of the digital mastering. The record was pressed at Memphis Record Pressing. Man, Jay would have loved that so much of this happened in Memphis. Goner is proud to put it out there again: Grown Up Fucked Up by the Reatards.
Screeching Weasel [Baby Fat Vol.1 (2LP/gatefold)]

July 24 street date. (2LP/ gatefold) Act 1 of a rock opera by Screeching Weasel. Featuring performances by Ben Weasel, Kat Spazzy, Blag Dahlia, Roger Lima, Chris Burrows, Todd Congelliere, Paul Collins, Joe Daiza, Line Dahlman, Zac Damon, Pierre Marche, Mike Hunchback, Poutine, Dave Klein, Chris Gaylor, The Manges, and more! Please note that the street date for the CD is June 30th.
Seaweed [Actions And Indications (remaster 2015)]

Please note new street date August 7. 2015 remastered reissue! Includes download code with bonus tracks! Seaweed formed out of the fertile northwest punk scene of the mid-to-late ‘80s in Tacoma and Olympia Washington. Singer Aaron Stauffer, fresh off a stint in the little-known Spook & the Zombies, founded the band with best friend Clint Werner, who assumed guitar duties. After the recruitment of guitarist Wade Neal, bassist John Atkins, and drummer Bob Bulgrien, Seaweed began playing clubs throughout the Pacific Northwest. From 1989 to 1999, Seaweed recorded five punk-pop LPs and played over a thousand shows. According to All Music Guide, “they played D.I.Y. with the Sub Pop label for their first three records, went ambitiously astray by signing with Hollywood Records, then did the cool right thing by returning to indie Merge.” This August, Merge Records offers the vinyl reissue of 1999’s Actions and Indications, remastered and pressed to high quality vinyl, with three unreleased bonus tracks (digital only) added. Originally recorded at Tacoma’s Uptone Electric studio in the summer of 1998, Actions and Indications is a tour de force of power chord dynamism.
Sleaford Mods [Key Markets]

Please note new street date July 24. Nottingham duo Sleaford Mods present third "proper" album, Key Markets. "Key Markets was a large supermarket bang in the centre of Grantham from the early 1970's up until around 1980," explains Jason Williamson. "My mum would take me there and I'd always have a large Coke in a plastic orange cup surrounded by varnished wood trimmings and big lamp shades with flowers on them. Beige bricks with bright yellow points of sale and large black foam letters surrounded you and this is why we called the album Key Markets. It's the continuation of the day to day and how we see it, the un-incredible landscape." "The album was recorded in various periods between summer 2014 through to October of that year. We worked fast as we normally do, the method was the same as the other albums and like the other two, the sound has naturally moved itself along. Key Markets is in places quite abstract but it still deals heavily with the disorientation of modern existence. It still touches on character assassination, the delusion of grandeur and the pointlessness of government politics. It's a classic. Fuck em." Sleaford Mods are Jason Williamson: words; Andrew Fearn: music. "Sleaford Mods sound like nothing else. Nothing like the rest of the desperate professional indie fodder hurling themselves from frying pan to flame. Hoping one day to get an Achilles heel on the Glastonbury career ladder... Sleaford Mods are a band who others will try to imitate. They will fail. Fuck 'em. Best band in the land. It's that simple." --The Quietus // "Some of the best music being made in England right now is happening from artists creating a lurid, livid portrait of a country that's not right in its head... Nobody is doing it as explicitly as this duo... and frankly it's a pleasure to for once hear music that's made with such bile, such attack." --NME
Sonic Youth [Evol]

Please note street date change to July 24. The third studio album by Sonic Youth, originally released in May 1986 on SST Records, shows the first signs that the band was ready to transform their no wave past into a greater alternative rock sensibility. “EVOL … mark[s] the true departure point of Sonic Youth’s musical evolution,” says Pitchfork, who place the album in the #31 slot of their Top 100 Albums of The 1980s. “In measured increments, Thurston Moore and Lee Ranaldo … bring form to the formless, tune to the tuneless, and with the help of Steve Shelley’s drums…, [impose] melody and composition on their trademark dissonance.” Stereogum likewise praises the album as one that is “full of suspense…, the cornerstone [of] the Sonic Youth sound…, ground zero for the combination of chiming guitars and atonal skronk… [and] muggy delirium…. The virile ‘Tom Violence’ sounds less written than coaxed from a cauldron, the sort of song that fogs windows. The off-kilter [droning love song] ‘Starpower’ … is sung [by Kim Gordon] in a frosty [Nico-evoking] monotone. ‘In The Kingdom #19,’ featuring Mike Watt on bass and … vocals [by Ranaldo]…, is a harrowing story of a highway wreck over a suitably edgy instrumental backing punctuated by … live firecrackers into the vocal booth.” “EVOL slithers into the unconscious,” notes Popstache. “Once the [detuned melodies and haunting riffs and] final whispers of feedback [of ‘Expressway to Yr. Skull’] depart from the speakers…, the music [leaves] a faded footprint, forever reeling the listener back for another strange trip.” “The seeds of greatness…” —Pitchfork
soundtrack [Rocky Horror Picture Show: Absolute Treasures (2LP)]

July 24 street date. “Absolute Treasures” is the expanded reissue of the soundtrack for the 40th anniversary of the 1975 cult musical film “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” starring Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, Meat Loaf. The album includes ALL songs from the film, on CD and vinyl , for the first time, including Planet Schm anet Janet, Once In A While, The Sword of Damocles, and Planet Hot Dog! CD is Digipak, LP is a two disc set on red vinyl.
Stars Of the Lid [And Their Refinement Of The Decline (3LP)]

August 14 street date. This is the first time this monumental album has been available on the vinyl format in five years. "I simply feel that they are making the most important music of the 21st century." - Ivo Watts-Russell (4AD label founder) // "Crushingly sad, lightly melancholic, or even uplifting, depending on the state of mind of the hearer... a sound divorced from intention and its ambiguity is its strength." - Pitchfork // "The sound of deep sea disintegration... a work of art." - Tiny Mix Tapes // "Music of such quiet and devastating power it can silence a room in five minutes without the volume knob on the stereo being manipulated. Deeply moving... virtually anyone who encounters it will be in some way moved by the impure music it contains." - AllMusic // "Traces the fluid contours of a void through diaphanous lines that reveal all of its miasmal abstraction." - Dusted // "A two-hour juggernaut of careful dynamics and warm tones." - XLR8R.
Stars Of the Lid [The Tired Sounds Of (3LP)]

August 14 street date. This is the first time this monumental album has been available on the vinyl format in five years. "Their relentless commitment to subtlety sets them apart, as does their masterful hand with tone... dissonance is doled out in small portions, perfectly coloring the sculpted fields of sound." –Pitchfork // "One of the most beautiful recordings we have ever heard." –Aquarius Records // "A fantastic masterpiece, missing this would be foolish." –Touching Extremes // "Put simply, 'Tired Sounds Of...' is one of the most unremittingly beautiful albums I've ever heard." –Drowned In Sound
Titus Andronicus [The Most Lamentable Tragedy (3LP)]

Please note new street date - August 7. The Most Lamentable Tragedy [hereafter TMLT] is the fourth studio album by Titus Andronicus [hereafter +@] and the band’s debut for Merge Records. The central narrative of TMLT (“a work of fiction,” claims singer/songwriter Patrick Stickles) concerns an unnamed protagonist whom we meet in deep despair. Following an encounter with his own doppelgänger (an enigmatic stranger, identical in appearance though opposite in disposition), long held secrets are revealed, sending our protagonist on a transformative odyssey, through past lives and new loves, to the shocking revelation that the very thing that sustains him may be the thing to destroy him. TMLT was produced by frequent collaborator Kevin McMahon and +@ lead guitarist Adam Reich. The core band is rounded out by the long-standing rhythm section of Eric Harm (drums) and Julian Veronesi (bass) plus rookie guitarist Jonah Maurer. Joining in throughout are pianist Elio DeLuca and violinist Owen Pallett, beside a cast of guests representing some of New York’s most exciting bands (The So So Glos, Baked, Bad Credit No Credit, Lost Boy?, etc.). TMLT is both the crown jewel of the band’s discography and the legend that contextualizes their entire body of work. It reveals that +@ are what hardcore fans have said they are for years, and what the world must now recognize them to be: not merely the greatest rock and roll band of this era, but one of the greatest rock and roll bands of all time.
Useless I.D. [The Lost Broken Bones (re-issue)]

July 24 street date. The Lost Broken Bones is the second Fat Wreck Chords offering from longtime ambassadors of Middle East punk rock USELESS ID. The Lost Broken Bones was, itself, nearly lost soon after its original release in 2008, as the label that put it out went under. Fortunately we’ve excavated this rare gem, polished it up a bit, and are putting it on full display. Initially made up of 12 tracks recorded at The Blasting Room (Rise Against, NOFX, Alkaline Trio) under the watchful eye of punk rock royalty Bill Stevenson (Descendents, Black Flag), The Lost Broken Bones now also contains 7 bonus tracks culled from the same era. The resulting collection is a fantastic blaze of front-and-center, immense sounding punk rock. On point production elevates the 19 tracks on The Lost Broken Bones into another class. The catchy melodies and riffy appeal of the album rival the benchmark set by genre mainstays Rise Against, No Use For a Name, and Alkaline Trio. No need to don a pith helmet; Fat’s done the dirty work for you. Just sit back and enjoy this mislaid punk rock treasure.
V/A [Going Nowherer Fat: Fat Music Vol. 8]

August 7 street date. (Also available on limited 2LP Vinyl - September 4th release date) 2015 marks Fat Wreck Chords’ 25th anniversary as a label! We’ve come a long way since starting out in Fat Mike’s (NOFX) kitchen a quarter century ago, putting out monumental albums from NOFX, Lagwagon, Strung Out, No Use For a Name, Propagandhi, Rise Against, Against Me!, The Lawrence Arms, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, Descendents, and many more. Besides having one of the most qualitatively and quantitatively impressive rosters in the punk world, Fat Wreck Chords can also boast the creation of the most recognizable compilation series in the genre, including such classics as Survival of the Fattest and Live Fat, Die Young. The FAT MUSIC series is regarded as the gold standard of label comps. Based on their hallmark of front to back quality, the FAT MUSIC comps acted as a gateway into an array of new bands for many young punks. In honor of Fat’s 25th birthday, putting together the latest edition of the series was a no-brainer. Packed with 25 (get it?) tracks, FAT MUSIC VOL. 8: GOING NOWHERE FAT continues the proud tradition of the comp series with new hit songs from label heavyweights and some of Fat’s recent sensations. The collection also features previously unreleased offerings from NOFX, Swingin’ Utters, Leftover Crack, Western Addiction, Night Birds, and PEARS. From start to finish, FAT MUSIC VOL. 8: GOING NOWHERE FAT shows off exactly why Fat Wreck Chords has been an admired punk rock institution for 25 years. In celebration of Fat’s silver anniversary, and in support of the new comp, many of the bands featured on the album (NOFX, Lagwagon, Strung Out, Swingin’ Utters, The Flatliners, Masked Intruder, toyGuitar, Bad Cop/Bad Cop) will team up and embark on the Fat Wrecked for 25 Years Tour. The tour will hit major markets throughout North America over the month of August, and will culminate with a three day festival in San Francisco featuring more than 25 Fat bands.
Whitfield, Barrence & The Savages [Under The Savage Sky]

August 21 street date. Given that Barrence Whitfield & the Savages’ 2013 Bloodshot debut Dig Thy Savage Soul was a 12-round sonic knockout, the R&B wallop of Under the Savage Sky may very well stand for ‘Roundhouse & Beatdown.’ There’s no harder hitter than frontman Barrence Whitfield of Boston, MA. When he hits the boards with the Savages, you’re either gonna ride the energy or be crushed by it. The wilder, louder, and more insane the Savages bring it, the more BW is ready to attack the mic, wear you down on the ropes and eventually drop you. With its raw vocals, thick and nasty guitar tones, and preternaturally locked-in rhythm section, Under the Savage Sky might be the most soulful punk record (or the most punk soul record) you’ve ever heard, raining soul and brimstone from the heavens. “Barrence Whitfield is a treasure, with unbelievable pipes, an unimpeachable discography (with great taste in cover tunes) & undeniable appeal.” --POPMATTERS
Wilco [Star Wars]

August 21 street date. Star Wars is the Grammy-award winning band’s ninth studio album and its first since 2011’s The Whole Love. The new album was recorded at the band’s Chicago loft and features 11 original Wilco-penned tunes. Wilco is currently celebrating its 20th anniversary, and its label dBpm has recently released two anniversary-related collections: Alpha Mike Foxtrot, a box set of rarities and What’s Your 20?, a compilation of studio tracks from the band’s first eight albums. LP to be released on November 27!

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