Eric Church The Outsiders Country singer, composer, and guitarist Eric Church first made an impact as a songwriter, but he soon revealed a sharp wit and rough-and-rowdy style as a performer. His 2006 debut, Sinners Like Me, bore the influence of outlaw country, while a touch of rock & roll in his sound helped it score high on both the pop and country charts. Its follow-up, Carolina, did even better, but third album Chief wound up being Church's entry into country superstardom. Upon its release in 2011, it topped the pop and country charts, while the singles 'Drink in My Hand' and 'Springsteen' both hit number one. His albums began reaching the Top Five in the album charts regularly, and he became a frequent nominee for Male Vocalist of the Year at the CMA Awards. Spinefarm CD | LP
Protest The Hero Palimpsest The long awaited new full length album from the prog-metallers Protest The Hero, their first studio album in nearly five years. “‘Palimpsest‘ is by far the most challenging record we have worked on. The writing and recording process saw so many delays, it’s honestly hard to keep them straight. We are very proud of how each hurdle was handled though, and the end result is a record that we believe is deserving of such an endeavor.” Spinefarm CD | LP
Puppy iii Following the release of their excellent debut album The Goat, PUPPY are back with another offering of their loud and energetic blend of rock. The band decided to record in Hackney’s (largely analogue) Holy Mountain Studios, around the corner from the rehearsal space where they first started making music together, to create their third EP, iii. Musicians Jock, Will & Billy instead approached iii as a stand-alone six-tracker (plus two interludes), tackling material conceived for purpose – songs that waste Spinefarm 12"
Social Distortion Mainliner (Wreckage From The Past) Mainliner: Wreckage From the Past is a collection of early recordings by Social Distortion. It was released on July 18, 1995, and contains songs which were recorded in 1981. It is a collection of singles and B-sides that had never appeared on any of the band's full-length albums (except for "Moral Threat" and "All the Answers"). Spinefarm LP