Caffiends – s/t – LP (BLACK)
Check out this ridiculously catchy pop punk gem from Orlando, Florida’s Caffiends. I am super excited for this and incredibly lucky to be a part of this project. Stream/buy the digital record here! This is the first Chisel Records release and I would love for you to help make the first release a great one! Please share this with all of your friends. This band is great and if you are a fan of catchy, gritty pop punk, then this … Read More
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Over Stars And Gutters – Consider This Your Curse – LP
Black Numbers Limited coloured vinyl
Consider This Your Curse was recorded by Stephen Egerton (The Descendents, All) between March and May of 2009 at Armstrong Recordings in Tulsa, OK. For fans of Hot Water Music, Dillinger Four and Off With Their Heads, the album is a collection of punk rock anthems that breeds much more than your standard, mindless fist–pumping. The album is sincere and passionate yet ripe with despair and confusion. Over Stars And Gutters wrap their jaded, lyrical stabs in heaps of emphatic melody. This is raw and urgent melodic hardcore for people ready and willing to challenge the status quo. In the words of the band, “We have no other choice but to live for what we truly love.” Punk rock is still alive and well and records like Consider This Your Curse prove that.
Attica! Attica! – Napalm & Nitrogen – LP
Black Numbers Limited coloured vinyl!
“We are genuinely stoked to announce the physical release of the second Attica! Attica! full length, “Napalm and Nitrogen”. Previously known as the singer for De La Hoya and Marathon, our good friend Aaron Scott has created an amazing acoustic career under the A!A! name. Napalm and Nitrogen has been available for a bit in the digital only format and we thought it only proper to give it a sweet vinyl release.
Limited to 500 and on 3 different colors, Napalm and Nitrogen is a must have for fans of good music. Following Aaron through his well publicized bike tour (Aaron toured the entire eastern seaboard on his bike playing shows along the way),his stints at the fest, or his recent help with the “Don’t Hang Out in Front of the House” compilation, A!A! is something that we’ve been huge fans of and are happy to be a part of.”