(Pulled Out - PULL01) LP $20.50

Anthony Guerra, Matt Earle, Sumugan Sivanesan and Nick Dan summon the evil spirits in this documented live ritual that runs the gamut from Neu! metal pummel to sinecore minimalism. The Sydney quartet “ruck’n’wreck the classic bass, drums, guitar combo into a thick, crunchy gale of righteous off-kilter riot-groove,” observed UK porn mag The Wire, “The piece ends with a long and beautiful neon ribbon of feedback that carves a vivid sine-wave of blood-red intensity across a stage scene fading to black and bleeding carmine crimson around the after image of a group on fire.” Includes insert printed on thick pink card with individually hand numbered silk screened pink on black covers. Edition of 275 on one-sided hot pink vinyl with an etching by Rizili.



(Pulled Out - PULL05) LP $20.00

Australia is home to some of the deadliest spiders in the world and James Heighway is no exception. When not behind the drum kit in XWAVE, he collects and modifies ancient electronics -- broken, hacked, modified and recycled guitars, keyboards, effects, mixers, etc. --played simultaneously. Together they convey a feeling of the bush drenched in feedback. Heighway’s intense live performances have earned him the title of king of noise throughout the region. Others have dubbed him “Merzbow of the Mountains.” Pulled Out’s LP collects highlights from limited edition CDRs and cassettes previously released on Heighway’s Moth Noize label and a live performance at the third Winter Tragic festival. Edition of 300 on white vinyl with covers individually spray painted.



(Pulled Out - PULL07) LP + DVD $22.50

Taking their name from Meat & Livestock Australia propaganda, the Melbourne-based duo of Ein and Aus transgress a spiritual reality in which grindcore is subverted toward a path of procratinat-obliteration. Forty-six cranium-fracturing songs featuring wailing Banshee vocals, a drum machine set to over 300bpm, and a possessed, 20th-Century shredder guitarist. On stage, the duo uses chainsaws, exploding corpses, and other visual devices that communicate their ideas about domestic violence and civil disobedience. UnAustralians truly represent the extremely brutal end of improvised music in Australia. “Quite possibly the most insane outsider-weirdo-grind-metal-what-the-fuck record we have ever heard,” marvels Aquarius, “Imagine a super lo-fi grindcore, cobbled together from blasting lightning-fast drum machines, shredding super tech lead guitars, super processed, almost mechanical riffs, and Melt Banana-like high pitched yelping vocals, all tossed in a blender and spat out at a million miles an hour. Only sometimes all you can hear are the vocals, or the drums disappear underneath an avalanche of guitars, or everything is so amped up it becomes a buzzy blur, topped with high pitched squeaks and yowls. Totally nuts.” Edition of 300 on clear red vinyl.



(Pulled Out - PULL03) LP picture disc $17.50

Matt and Nick from Antipan go apeshit with their guitar-drums dishevelment. Picture disc imported from Australia.