Archive for Industrial Hardcore

Some New Entries in the Praxis Online Shop

Posted in New Additions to Mail Order with tags , , , , on February 27, 2012 by datacide

Some new titles in the (soon to be re-designed) Praxis Online Shop:

It’s been out for a while, but very very obscure… the Meier Und Erdmann self-released 7″. A creative mixture of electronica, dubstep with guitar and clarinet.


And another wicked 7″ – this time more hardcore oriented by Grr who recently released the the Sub/Version 309. Also limited to 200 copies

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New Speedcore and Hardcore in the Store!

Posted in New Additions to Mail Order with tags , , , on July 22, 2010 by datacide

Some important new speedcore and hardcore records just arrived, plus an excellent noise release by L’Echelle De Mohs/Solar Skeletons split 12″ on Bruits de Fond.

And finally we also have the vinyl of Underground Perversions 007 by R-ictus in stock (after having sold the downloads for a few weeks now)

And last but not least two brand new releases by Saoulaterre (who already was our guest twice this year at the monthly Knochenbox parties in Berlin!

also note that we have all four releases mentioned here also available for wholesale and distribution!

New Speedcore & Industrial Hardcore, plus Politox 03!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on April 7, 2010 by datacide

Tust got a delivery from France with some speedcore and hardcore news.
They’re listed in the online store already, I’ll add some descriptions later. There’s some fine industrial hardcore from Anguish Entertainment, with the latest release, a picture disc by Fury Project venturing into distorted breakcore territory. All with a slightly old-school-ish sound and lots of distortion…


The highlight is predictably the most recent No-Tek release by MechaKucha titled Messiah?

Nice sleeve too, hand silk screened with black or red or the two mixed on beige cardboard, so each cover looks slightly different.
Also got No-Tek 13 and 14 back in stock if you missed those.

Also the fist Politox Entertainment in nearly 10 years (number 03) arrived. As it had to be released without the originally planned label design it now sports a black label, and features Gorki Plubakter Chante Elvis Pour Pauline L.

You’re definitely in for a surprise with this one!