Northlane Alien We've got some free keyrings to give away with the album! (while stocks last) no additional charge. LP expected early September, available on 'clear / black split with yellow splatter' coloured vinyl, or 'black in yellow' coloured vinyl. The fifth full length album from the abrasive genre-fusing metallers Northlane. Lyrically, frontman Marcus Bridge steps up to reflect on the horrors of his childhood with unflinching honesty combined with an astonishingly confronting vocal performance. Going back to their roots, Alien is self-produced and recorded in Chris Blancato's studio in Sydney where Northlane recorded their first EP Hollow Existence in 2010 while Bridge's vocals were recorded at Sydney's Electric Sun Studios, where the quintet made their 2011 debut album, Discoveries. UNFD CD | LP
Woes Awful Truth The debut full length album from the Scottish pop-punkers Woes. If you;re into the likes of Seaway, State Champs or Neck Deep, then check these guys out. Woes are more than just a one trick pony, taking pop punk to new heights by embracing their love of pop, hip hop and R&B, and using elements from these genres in their sound. “There is definitely a conscious effort to start expanding our sound, to bring in different instruments and elements that we haven’t used before,” says DJ, “We love loads of modern hip-hop and RnB, which is something we plan to explore more in 2019. We also like incorporating math-rock and prog chords and progressions into our instrumentals… But we still want that pop punk energy live”. 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