Quick update! We have two new releases available :
Screw Houston “s/t” LP : 10 tracks of melodic yet heavy hardcore songs with a rock ’n’ roll twist.
Generation 84 “Let’s Do This!” 10″EP : 5 new songs of the melodic punk-rock the band is know for. For fans of Rise Against, Bad Religion, Good Riddance…
Streams and purchase links are up on our Bandcamp. Enjoy!
Two months ago, we released the first solo album from Red Cloud, aka our friend Teun Van Aerschot. Today, we are proud to announce that we’ll be co-releasing the new EP from one of Teun’s punk-rock projects, Generation 84. The record is titled “Let’s Do This!” and will be released on 10″ vinyl on April 11th, with the help of Thanks But No Thanks, No Panic and Indelirium Records.
After two releases on renowned label Funtime Records, 2015 marks a fresh start for the devoted punk rock band Generation 84, with the eagerly anticipated 10 inch vinyl “Let’s Do This” at the horizon, approaching ever faster. Five powerful punches of straightforward, no nonsense punk rock from a band that’s all about having fun playing music and storming stages, while kicking shins in the process. Often compared to bands such as Rise Against, Bad Religion and Good Riddance, Generation 84 prefers to let their music speak for itself. So get ready and arm yourself, because this generation will grab you by the throat!
“Have you ever felt the need to make some waves? Have you ever felt bad about old values being thrust aside? Well, we felt the need to give punkrock a kick in the butt and put it back up right where it belongs. In this grey society where everyone is becoming more and more happy to live according to the latest TV-show or fashion magazine, we want to break out from this ‘Generation 84’ by trying to live up to our own dreams.”
More infos and song premiere will be available soon!
We are extremely excited to announce our collaboration with the almighty Electric)Noise(Machine (from Brussels) to release “Pardon”, their brand new EP, next spring. We’ll be partnering with the talented people at Black Basset Records to offer you these six new songs on vinyl and digital format.
Here’s what the dictionary has to say about E)N(M :
“Electric)Noise(Machine is a “dead pop” experimental project. The three-piece thrive on heavy, intense music that is full of energy. Built on a bass/drums relationship (DFA1979, Lightning Bolt) and driven by powerful vocals (The Bronx, Refused) and electronic arrangements, it’s rock, it’s noise, it’s punk!
The band is used to the roughest stages after numerous shows in very good company (Tweak Bird, Retox, And So I Watch You From Afar, Red Fang….). Few instruments put to maximal effect : a bass sent through a wall of amps, a convoluted pedal system, a handcrafted looped voice, and electronic sounds that are amplified to really hit home their live instrument power. And an abused and mistreated drum kit that will leave lasting marks on your eardrums. More than a band, E)N(M is a machine.
Recorded by the “king the snapshot recording” Iacopo Curatolo, mixed by Micha Volders (Kabul Golf Club, Chrome Brulée) and mastered by Brian Gardner (QOTSA, Ting Tings, Melvins), Electric)Noise(Machine’s first 6-track EP, called “Pardon”, will be released on 5th May jointly on Black Basset Records and I For Us Records with a limited pressing (250 copies) on white 12″ vinyl record.
Once started, the E)N(M machine does not stop. The shape of punk that should have come.”
Find out the “Pardon” cover below and watch for for an official release date and a first song from the effort soon!
Call It Off “Lovers & Liars” LP – it’s out today!
Listen to the full record on Spotify or Bandcamp (http://music.iforusrecords.be), share the info and grab a copy of if you like!
We are happy to announce that we’ll be releasing the new Screw Houston “s/t” LP on March 29th. The band comes from The Netherlands and was formerly known as Screw Houston, Start Screaming!.
The album contains 10 tracks of melodic yet heavy hardcore songs with a rock ’n’ roll twist. Guest vocals on the track “Save Your Breath” were done by Kris Deweerdt of The Setup (BE).
The band will present the new record over a course of three shows, which they’ll play with friends and label mates Black Art (UK) and Hesperian (NL) on March 27th in Utrecht. The next day Screw Houston and Black Art will rock Leuven (BE), to finish the next day at the White Russian Fest in Eindhoven.
Screw Houston released a video for the track “Together Forever” a few months ago, check it out below :
More details about the record, pre-orders and new song coming soon!
Pre-orders for the upcoming Call It Off “Lovers & Liars” LP are now online : LP + t-shirt or LP alone, blue vinyl, comes with download code.
Shipping to Belgium is 5 euro and FREE for orders over 50 euro using code FREESHIP4BE at checkout!
Pre-orders for The Netherlands are available through our partners in crime White Russian Records.
LP + t-shirt : http://disobedience.limitedrun.com/products/538389-pre-order-call-it-off-lovers-liars-lp-t-shirt
LP (alone) : http://disobedience.limitedrun.com/products/538388-pre-order-call-it-off-lovers-liars-lp
We know Teun for a while now. He played with Break Of Day at the IFU Fest some years ago and we kept in touch to talk about our respective projects. Teun is a very talented guy and we are honored to help him spreading his music around.
“No One Has Promised Us Tomorrow” will be released on CD on December 22th.
The release party will take place in Herselt two days before, on saturday 20th of December : https://www.facebook.com/events/787357824657631.
You can stream two songs from “No One Has Promised Us Tomorrow” below :
Welcome in the brotherhood Teun!