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 on: Today at 05:12:38 AM 
Started by Brad - Last post by Peterson
as an American, i have the right to free speech.  what i don't have, is the right to an opinion.  as soon as i express mine, i'm an asshole.  something everyone has...  and, if it's something everyone has, it's no longer unique and no one cares...

Especially since you're presumably a white, straight guy. C'mon, man, shut the fuck up and let some queer woman of color give her opinion instead...everyone has the right to an opinion that's inoffensive, unfunny, and non-abrasive; you know, because constitutional free speech is patriarchal and doesn't protect human rights and all that shit.

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 on: Today at 04:59:25 AM 
Started by Brad - Last post by KMusselman
as an American, i have the right to free speech.  what i don't have, is the right to an opinion.  as soon as i express mine, i'm an asshole.  something everyone has...  and, if it's something everyone has, it's no longer unique and no one cares...

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 on: Today at 02:54:32 AM 
Started by absurdexposition - Last post by absurdexposition


FLATGREY - Tombs CS
Currently located on the west coast and active since the mid-2000s with time served in both Vancouver and Montreal, FLATGREY continues to launch assaults of pure harsh noise. Plain and simple. This is the first document since 2012's split tape with GRKZGL and comes 11 years after the premiere releases on noteworthy Vancouver label rundownsun.

C26. Edition of 100.

GRIEFER - Egress Report CS
Power electronics for the online age. Check the integrity of your security net.

Recently featured on Tesco's massive 'Projekt Neue Ordnung II' compilation, but no stranger to the game. Active since the early 2000s, GRIEFER has been a staple in the harsh noise stronghold of the Canadian west coast and was the key figure behind the 10-year-run of the Noise! festival in Victoria, BC. 'Egress Report' is the first full-length document in a decade, since 2007's 'Brute Force', and comes 7 years after the split 12" with BLUE SABBATH BLACK CHEER.

C30. Edition of 100.

A small repress of MOISTURE DISCIPLINE - Snake Drilling CS is also available.

All titles are available to stream/download at http://absurdexposition.bandcamp.com and to purchase at http://www.screamandwrithe.com

Wholesale and trades are available.

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 on: Today at 02:48:57 AM 
Started by absurdexposition - Last post by absurdexposition
04/24/17: New Arrivals and Restocks from Absurd Exposition, Monorail Trespassing, Obsessive Fundamental Realism, Skeleton Dust

Absurd Exposition
FLATGREY - Tombs CS
GRIEFER - Egress Report CS

Monorail Trespassing
CREMATION LILY – Journal CS
FALSE MONIKER – In Parenthesis CS
HOSTAGE PAGEANT – Extinguisher CS
PEDESTRIAN DEPOSIT – The Architector CS
SLOW TONGUED BEAUTY – Sopportare CS

Obsessive Fundamental Realism
PENETRATION SQUADRON - Rectal Assault CS
SCATMOTHER / WONDERLAND CLUB CS
SUBKLINIK - Dead Forever CS

The ROTAT tape on OFR should be arriving shortly.

Skeleton Dust (self-released)
HARNESS - Indistinct Conversations CS
KAKERLAK / BEING CS

http://www.screamandwrithe.com

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 on: Today at 02:45:28 AM 
Started by GEWALTMONOPOL - Last post by absurdexposition
i thought Hell or High Water was really bad and pretty boring. one of those annoying movies that really likes itself.

Absolutely. Couldn't get down.

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 on: Today at 02:02:06 AM 
Started by FreakAnimalFinland - Last post by HongKongGoolagong
If you didn't own any Con-Dom releases, what would be a good representation of his work in general, or at least a good introduction? Was considering either War & Ordinance, or the most recent Tesco album (definitely a rheme that hits home for me), but older releases have me pretty curious, too.

Honestly, the compilation of stray compilation tracks 'Shards Of Ordnance' is as good as anything else for an introduction - great packaging and information and texts too.

The best full-length works are The Eighth Pillar, the Sermons 7" series, Colour Of A Man's Skin and the recent How Welcome Is Death To I.

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 on: Today at 01:23:02 AM 
Started by cr - Last post by Johann
https://www.discogs.com/FFH-Recycled-Music/release/610149

If you order from RRR site I think he does some sort of deal on them, can't remember. But Ron runs a class Mailorder

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 on: Today at 12:16:29 AM 
Started by GEWALTMONOPOL - Last post by aububs
I agree on Killing Them Softly. It sucked & it really hits you over the head with its message.

yeah that's what hell or high water is like too.

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 on: April 24, 2017, 11:44:11 PM 
Started by GEWALTMONOPOL - Last post by KMusselman
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I saw Rollerball as a kid, too. It runs on Turner Classic Movies every so often (I think?).

maybe i'll order this on Blu-ray.  trailer here

http://www.tvguide.com/movies/rollerball/tv-listings/116237/

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 on: April 24, 2017, 11:28:46 PM 
Started by GEWALTMONOPOL - Last post by bitewerksMTB
K.T.S. isn't a film I'd want to spend any money on to see it. If it's free, then go for it. I think I've read the book but I'm not sure.

I saw Rollerball as a kid, too. It runs on Turner Classic Movies every so often (I think?).

Oh, and I watched Demons on dvd not too long ago. Ridiculous, gory, and fun. I think I'll upgrade to Synapse's Blu-ray at some point. I don't remember much about Demons 2 other than it has scenes from the first film in it...

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