Frank Iero / And The Future Violents Barriers European pressing is on tri-coloured vinyl (yellow/orange/red) Regular LP is on red-marbled coloured vinyl. The third full length solo album from Frank Iero, formally of My Chemical Romance. He's visited Kingston plenty of times and we're big fans. Playing a visceral and scuzzy alt-rock tunes fused with slacker/garage punk sounds. “It got me thinking about how we set up these obstacles around ourselves. Sometimes they’re for protection and sometimes they’re to keep people out, and sometimes we even set them up so that we fail and we find solace in that failure. But whenever I find something that scares the shit out of me, that’s when I know I have to do it! And so these songs are about experiences that were either walls I wanted to break down or walls that I’d built up around myself in order to protect myself. But these songs were also things that I’d never attempted before but had always wanted to try. UNFD CD | LP Signed
Silent Planet When The End Began The third full length album from Californian metalcore band Silent Planet, now freshly signed to UNFD. Speaking to the new record, Silent Planet said, "We want to connect and grow. These song are our way of giving back to so many of those who have given to us. On tour, we've met people isolated by bigotry, marred by addiction, scarred by loss - these songs are for them and anyone else grappling with these situations." UNFD CD | LP
Void Of Vision Disturbia Disturbia is a short, sharp and brutal slice of modern hardcore from Void Of Vision, soon to be touring UK & Europe again, this time in support of Miss May I. Debut album Children Of Chrome (2016) won acclaim from Rock Sound and Metal Hammer, and this new limited-edition seven-inch EP takes a new look at everyday life and the dark things lurking beneath the surface in inimitable style. UNFD 7"
Cursed Earth Cycles of Grief: The Complete Collection Combining both of their Cycles Of Grief EPs, this is a rip-roaring, ragingly good mix of metal and hardcore from Cursed Earth. If you dig the likes of Employed To Serve, Code Orange or In Hearts Wake then definitely give this a listen. “when you put both of these solid EP volumes together as one, you have one of the best hardcore releases you’ll hear in 2017”. - Kill your Stereo UNFD CD | LP
Cursed Earth Cycles Of Grief Vol 1: Growth A limited EP that packs a huge punch, blistering metal combined with relentless hardcore from Perth's Cursed Earth. The fans of Code Orange, Emplyed To Serve and In Hearts Wake should get amongst this. The EP’s highlight comes in the form of frontwoman Jazmine Luders’ incendiary vocal delivery, who spits bile and venom in equal measure with her commanding, caustic roar. - Hysteria Mag UNFD 10"
Storm The Sky Sin Will Find You Second album from Melbourne's Storm The Sky. A sweet cross of alt punk / hardcore that should appeal to the fans of letlive, Glassjaw and Beartooth. “Sin Will Find You is intentionally 100 percent based on my life,” states frontman William Jarratt. “I wanted to write the most open record I could, because I was sick of worrying about what people might think if they knew who I really am. I was holding back so as not to hurt anyone – so much so that I was lying about petty things just to stop people from judging me or disliking something that was inherently part of who I was. Writing it, I felt a weight lift off my shoulders.” UNFD CD | LP