Friday, November 2, 2012

2nd of November 2012 Update

2nd of November 2012 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12"s
A Life Once Lost    "Ecstatic Trance"
Abstract Rude & Tribe Unique    "Showtyme"
Afghan Whigs, The    "Gentlemen"
Agitation Free    "2nd"
Ahmed, Mahmoud    "Music Accompanied By Ibex Band"
Andrew Jackson Jihad    "People Who Can Eat People Are The Luckiest People In The World"
Anstam    "Stones And Woods" (2LP Gatefold)
Apple, Fiona    "Extraordinary Machine" (180 Gram)
Baby Huey     "The Baby Huey Story: The Living Legend" (180 Gram)
Beak    "Beak Recordings 05/01/09 > 17/01/09"
Black Sabbath    "Black Sabbath"
Blank Fight, The    "House Band Feud"
Blouse    "Blouse" (+ D/L)
Burial    "Untrue"
Casket Girls, The    "Sleepwalking" (Ltd. Ed. Peach Vinyl + D/L)
Chunky    "Chunky EP" (2x12")
Codeine    "When I See The Sun" (Box Set)
Cosby, Bill    "Those Of You With Or Without Children, You'll Understand"
Cults Percussion Ensemble    "Cults Percussion Ensemble"
Dead Kennedys    "Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables" (180 Gram)
Deafheaven    "Demo"
DeMarco, Mac    "2" (+ D/L)
Derdiyoklar Ikilisi    "Disko Folk"
Dethklok (Metalocalypse)    "Dethalbum III" (Etched Disc + D/L)
Dettmann, Marcel    "Translation"
Diamond Terrifier    "Kill The Self That Wants To Kill Yourself" (+ D/L)
Diiv    "Oshin" (+ D/L)
Discoverer    "Tunnels" (Misprinted Catalog Number)
Distal & HxdB    "Booyant / Amphibian"
Diva (Diva Dompe)    "Moon Moods"
Drumm, Kevin    "Relief"
Eagles Of Death Metal    "Heart On" (LP+7")
Fever Ray    "Fever Ray"
Fitzgerald, George    "Child"
Foreigner    "Records"
Genesis    "Genesis"
Glass Candy    "Warm In The Winter / Beautiful Object"
Grenier    "Uncertain / Vendetta"
Guerilla Toss    "Jeffrey Johnson"
Gun Club, The    "Divinity"
Henley, Don    "Building The Perfect Beast"
Hoppner, Nick / Auntie Flo    "Ipso Facto / Sun Ritual"
Huey Lewis And The News    "Sports"
Iamamiwhoami    "Kin"
Jets    "Jets"
Lamar, Kendrick    "Good Kid, M.A.A.D City (A Short Film By Kendrick Lamar)" (Deluxe Edition With 3 Bonus Songs)
Liars    "Brats"
Little River Band    "Greatest Hits"
Loverboy    "Lovin' Every Minute Of It"
Lungfish    "Indivisible" (+ D/L)
Mala    "Mala In Cuba" (4LP 180 Gram Gatefold + D/L)
Mannix, The    "Neighborhood Wildlife"
Microphones, The    "'The Glow' Pt. 2"
Mind Spiders    "Meltdown" (+ D/L)
Minogue, Kylie    "The Abbey Road Sessions" (2LP + CD Numbered Ltd. Ed.)
Moebius & Plank    "En Route" (180 Gram)
Moore, Thurston / John Moloney    "Caught On Tape"
Motorhead    "Ace Of Spades" (180 Gram)
My Morning Jacket    "Outta My System Remixez & Friendz (Feat. Dave Sitek & Washed Out)"
Nagual    "I Feel The Rhythm"
Night Moves    "Colored Emotions" (+ D/L)
Non (Boyd Rice)    "Back To Mono" (Ltd. Ed. /1000 180 Gram White Vinyl + CD)
Nyra    "Lindan's Groove / Feeling Rhythm"
Obnox    "Rojo"
Orb, The    "Orbsessions Volume Two Finest Quality For The Connoisseur" (2LP)
Pangaea    "Release" (2LP)
Pink Floyd    "Careful With That Axe"
Polica    "Give You The Ghost" (180 Gram + D/L)
Prince Rama    "Top 10 Hits Of The End Of The World" (+ D/L)
Rodriguez    "Searching For Sugar Man: All Songs By Rodriguez" (2LP 180 Gram White Vinyl + Movie Poster)
Scientists    "Rubber Never Sleeps" (2LP Gatefold)
Shelter Point    "Forever For Now"
Sleep (Of Oldominion)    "Christopher"
Soap Dodgers    "Ill Minded / Contact"
Soft Moon, The    "Zeros" (+ D/L)
Stinnett, Ray    "A Fire Somewhere" (2LP Gatefold)
Styx    "Paradise Theater"
Swell Maps    "Jane From Occupied Europe" (+ D/L)
Swell Maps    "A Trip To Marineville" (+ 7" + D/L)
Various Artists    "Hasabe"
Waxahatchee    "American Weekend"
Wild Nothing    "Gemini"
Wolfe, Chelsea    "Unknown Rooms: A Collection Of Acoustic Songs"

Dive    "Sometime / Corvalis"
Dive    "Human / Big Joke"
Fins    "Lawnmower"
Mission Of Burma / Wild Flag    "What They Tell Me / Boom"
My Chemical Romance    "Conventional Weapons"
Oh Sees, Thee / The Mallard    "Wait, Let's Go / Over And Under"
Pop, Iggy & Zig Zags (Iggy Pop & Zig Zags Cover Betty Davis)    "If Im In Luck I Might Get Picked Up"
Red Hot Chili Peppers    "The Sunset Sleeps / Hometown Gypsy"
Sagan, Carl    "A Glorious Dawn"

Anastasio, Trey (Phish)    "Traveler"
Caspian    "Waking Season"
Cut Hands    "Black Mamba"
Edgar, Jimmy    "Majenta"
Elder    "Elder"
Elder    "Dead Roots Stirring"
Emeralds    "Just To Feel Anything" (Special Low Price Deal For First Month Of Release)
Graveyard    "Lights Out"
Grizzly Bear    "Shields"
Hostage Calm    Please Remain Calm
Lamar, Kendrick    "Good Kid, M.A.A.D City (A Short Film By Kendrick Lamar)"
Menahan Street Band    "The Crossing"
Royal Thunder    "CVI"
Rza And Howard Drossin    "The Man With The Iron Fists (OST)"
Shackleton    "Music for the Quiet Hour/The Drawbar Organ Eps" (2CD)
Stott, Andy    "Luxury Problems" (Special Low Price Deal For First Month)


Pallbearer Sorrow and Extinction

[Buy From RSR Online]
(Profound Lore)
Formed in 2008, this Little Rock, Arkansas doom metal quartet proves that it doesn’t take many years to sound absolutely epic. Like any band true to the genre, their songs are ultra-heavy and slow-tempo; instead of plainly writing about gloom or misery, though, they use their thoughtful-as-it-is-massive sound to entrance the listener with compelling, well-written lyrics. Vocalist/guitarist Brett Campbell sounds born to sing the part, giving his mostly first-person accounts a particularly majestic aura. He sounds mighty throughout, including the sole third-person perspective song telling of a despondent old man drowning himself (“Devoid of Redemption.”) For the rest of the album, Campbell poetically sings about a lonely, strength-testing journey “under swirling moons and galaxies,” facing “shifting paths,” an “immortal spectre” of death and, in the bittersweet, cinematic-sounding finale “Given To The Grave,” the catharsis and peaceful oblivion of death. They pull off the atmosphere so well that I feel like a silent observer on such an emotional odyssey: I’m especially impressed that this is only Pallbearer’s first album. It’s easily one of the year’s best doom albums, so they’ve set a high bar for the future (I have faith that they’ll find a way to clear it.)
[Reviewer: Mark]

1 comment:

Pat murdough said...

Such a good album. So gloomy.

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