Monday, September 28, 2020

Todo Destruido Distro 2020

Prices are not post paid, buyer pays actual shipping and paypal fees. Paypal only. 

New arrivals/restocks for March 2021:
BBoys "Da Da" Lp (Captured Tracks) $12
Dark Blue "Victory is rated" Lp (12XU) $12
Headsplitters "End uniform terror" 7" (Desolate) $8
Fairytale "s/t" 7" (Desolate) $8
After "s/t" 7" (Desolate) $8
Life "Ossification of coral" Lp (Desolate) $15
Herejia "Insureccion" Lp (Esos Malditos Punks) $18
Nightmare "Thirsty and Wander" Lp (5540 Records) $15
Newtown Neurotics "Kick Out!" Lp (Sealed Records) $18
Forward "Against their insanity" Lp (540) $10
Deskonocidos "s/t" 7" (540 Records) $6
Mirror "2nd" 7" (TD/EMP) $8 Green vinyl
Rasix/Sociedad Violenta "split" 7" (Punk Y Que?) $10
Dame "s/t" Lp (beach Impediment) $15
La URSS "Maravillas del mundo" Lp $10 (Discos MMM)
Los Monjo "La vida que todos envidian" Lp $10 (Discos MMM)
Humant Blod "Flykten Fran Verkligheten" (Desolate) $7
Ninth Circle "Awake horrors" 7" (EMP) $7 

7"s 
Anusol "Extra Strength" (Dark Raids) $6 
Ausencia/Narcoestado "split" (Todo Destruido) $6 
Benny and the Roids "s/t" (Discos MMM) $6 
Beton Combo "Sound LTD" (Static Age) $6  
Chain Shot "s/t" Lathe (Funky Frankenstein) $8 
Cold Institution/The Apathetics "split" (BHL) $6 
Crazy Spirit "CS" (Toxic State) $6 
Criaturas "Ruido Antisocial" (Todo Destruido) $6
Criaturas "Ruido Antisocial" 7" (Overthrow) Purple vinyl $8
Diskurz "s/t" (Todo Destruido) $4 
Dye "s/t" 7" Lathe (Super Secret) $6  
Esperanza "The Begining" (Todo Destruido) Colored Vinyl $6 
Estranged "Entanced" (Dead Ideas) $6 
Ferocious X "Vaga Tanka Sjalv" (Distort) $7 
Fetish "s/t" (Beach Impediment) $6 
Hairlong and Freeky "s/t" (Lumpy Rex) $6 
Herpes "s/t" (Goblin Shark) $6 
Kantuta "s/t" (Sin Temores) $6 Limited version in envelope   
Last Rites "Fascism means war" (Loud Punk) $6  
Mirror "Universal Dismay" (Erste Theke) $6 
Mujeres Podridas "Demo" (SOD) $7 
Mutant Cross "Filthy Hounds" Flexi (LSP) $5 
Mutant Itch/Video Filth "split" (Dark Raids) $6 
Nerveskade/Perdition "Split" (Distort Reality) $6
Nuke Cult "Stress Relief" (Animated) $6 
Obedience "Demo" (Fair Warning) $6 
Obstruction "demo" Flexi (Flexipunk) $6 
Os Estudantes "Perdao" (Todo Destruido) $5 Last Copies 
Pillage "s/t" (Residue) $5 
Poliskitzo "Dulce del sistema" (Todo Destruido) $5 
Red Dons "Notes on the underground" (Grave Mistake) $6 Red Vinyl 
Reptoides "Nueva Especie" (World Gone Mad) $6 
S-21 "Operation menu" (World Gone Mad) $6 
Shit "Collective Unconciousness" (Iron Lung)
Sick Plot "High Wired" (160H) $6 
Slimy Member "EP"(Todo Destruido) $6 (Red Vinyl) 
Snot Rockettes "Prom Night Massacre" (Todo Destruido) $6 
Sociedad de Mierda "s/t" (Rock Sub Discos) $7  
Stagnation "Destruction" (WID) $6 
Strangers "Where do we go" (Verdugo) $6 
Sudor "4 Canciones" (Todo Destruido) $5 
The Corpse "s/t" (Distort Reality) $6 
The Dark "Demons" (Darker Records) $6
Trau "s/t" (Static Age) $6 
Ultratumbados "Requiem de un decada"7" (Todo Destruido) $5 
Vaaska "Inocentes Condenados" (Beach Impediment) $6 
Vaaska Condenado" (Heartfirst) $6 
Vaaska "Futuro Primitivo" (Beach Impediment) $6 
Vaaska "Futuro Primitivo" (Vox Populi) $8 
Vaccuum "S/t" (Irukandji Records) Red Vinyl/Screen Printed Cover $6
Vaccuum "S/t" (Irukandji Records) $6  
Warhead "Cry of truth" (Break The Records) $7 
Wet Brain "s/t" (Residue) $5 
Zero "Paradox" (Desolate Records) $5 
Zero "The Mirror" (Self Released) $5  

Lp's
Atheos "Religiones pordridas" (Fallas) $12
Contrast Attitude "12 track compilation" (Distort Reality) $10 
Criaturas "Espiritu de libertad" (Hardware) Green vinyl $12
Criaturas "Espiritu de libertad" (Hardware) $10 
Deskonocidos "En la oscuridad" (Todo Destruido) Purple Vinyl $12 (Found original copies)  
Ferocious X "Svart Att Over Lave" (Distort Reality) $15 
Forward "Future Troops" (540/Todo Destruido) $15 
Forward "Against their insanity" (540) $10 
La Urss "Maravillas Del Mundo" (Discos MMM) $10
La Urss "Nuevo Testamento" (Todo Destruido/Discos MMM) $10 
Prom Nite "Dancing to this beat" (Barfbag) $10 Clear Vinyl
Remnants "Accomplices Not Allies" (En Tu Kara) $5 
Rubble "s/t" (Distort Reality) $10 
Sickoids "No home" (Sorry State) $5 
Skizophrenia! "Single ticket to demo-lition" (Todo Destruido) $12
Sudor "Enamorado de lamuerte juvenil" (Todo Destruido) $10
Tragiedia "Punk til destruction" $12
Unarm "Myth and Reality 311" (Desolate) $10
Uzi "Cadena de odio" (Discos MMM) $12 

 

Tapes For Sale

All tapes are $5 + shipping or 5 tapes for $20 ppd in the USA. 

Tapes:  
Back to Back "Flesh & Bone" (False Form)
Bacteria "s/t" (S/R)
Baghead/ Big Bleach "split" (Self Released) 
Baghead "demo" (Forgotten Coast) 
Big Bleach "Under the bleacherz" (Earth Girls) 
Blystex "demo" (Foreign legion)  
Dagger "John Squeel Sessions" (S/R) 
Dead Line "demo" (Punk Alive)  
DYE "Savages with power" (Super Secret) 
Dye "demo" (Get Loose) 
Fumigados "Amor y Odio" (Ruidos Subterraneo) 
Hiss "s/t" (DeathJam) 
Hiss/Vile "split" (S/R) 
HVAC "demo" (Self Released) 
Jacky Boy "Demo" (TWR)  
Lapinpolthajat "s/t" (Kolumbia Tuotanto) 
Lars "Demo" (Lumpy) 
Los Maldito Gatos de Lima "Robo Cats" (Rock Sub Discos) 
Maldito Pais "Demo" (Disundead) 
Mala Leche "demo" (Self Released) 
Malokio "demo" (Self Released)  
Pink Thing "Demo" (Punk Alive) 
Silent Age "demo" (Malvine) 
SkullNBone "Chris Bennett Session" (Run State) 
Sick Fate "MMXV Demo" (Self Released)  
Sudden Attack "demo" (S/R) 
Sudor "La sangre, la mierda, y las babas" (Afeito al perro) 
The Pornography Glows "demo" (S/R) 
The Necked "demo" (Self Released) 
Ugly "demo" (Punk Alive) 
Violation "handcuffed" (S/R) 
Women In Prison "I wanna be yer fucken dog" (Sick Thought)

Saturday, January 4, 2020

Todo Destruido Wholesale 2020

Here's the list of what we have available for wholesale. I tried to add a site for each band in order to hear them, not just read a description. Prices are listed + shipping.

Mirror "2nd" 7" (TD/EMP) $5
Four years after their debut, here’s the second 7” from this Texan band featuring members of punk royalty like Criaturas, Kurraka, Impalers, Vaaska, Institute, Wiccans, and many others. While no one would mistake Mirror for anything but a hardcore band, they’re a hardcore band that pays close attention to texture and atmosphere. The label that released their first EP called them “space punk” and I wrote about the “woozy, hallucinogenic” guitars on that record. However, this time around the swirling feedback gets dialed back in favor of a more streamlined attack akin to the minimalistic creepiness that emanated from 80s Japan, with tracks like “Control Group” and “Hall of Cryptids” borrowing the wrecking ball swing of _Fuckedheads_-era Gauze. After four fist-pumpers, the EP reaches a climax with the closing track “Cadaver Dogs,” which dials back the tempo a hair and sounds like a house show where someone’s spiked the beer with LSD. Recommended if you like your hardcore raging, slightly left of center, and oozing with personality. Art by Adam Cahoon. Limited to 300 copies
 (100 on Green/200 on Black)
www.mirrortx.bandcamp.com 

Deskonocidos "En la oscuridad" Lp (TD-11) $8
Spanish-language punk/goth downers from Austin, TX, rockin’ in fine cause with grit, fury and determination. En La Oscuridad has the screamin’ vocals you’d expect from the punk/HC community they inhabit, but also plenty of flange pedal and ominous chord phrasing, running for the mid-tempo brooding of barely-hidden Bob Smith fandom employed by stressed out, desperate-sounding bands in a lineage that includes Honor Role, the underrated Crime Desire, hell even the Pack and UK Decay. There’s always room for more bummers when they are captured with this much passion and nasty noise, and that they don’t trade off one for the other makes me personally happy to endorse Deskonocidos – they’re not HC kids who decided to turn dark, and they’re not trying to be the next Interpol, but rather mixing two traditional sounds on the surface and letting their inner turmoil and proven punk songwriting mechanics take it the rest of the way. Really good record, definitely packing it in the crate for goth night.  Found about 25 original copies.
https://deskonocidos.bandcamp.com/album/en-la-oscuridad

La URSS "Nuevo Testamento" Lp (TD-036) $8

After their last full length in 2015, Spain's La URSS is back with a new 10 song LP titled "Nuevo Testamento." It's not every band that can release three great albums, let alone FOUR. I've said this before, but La URSS continue to get better and better, honing their craft further, expanding on harmonies and different time signatures. They are able to switch flawlessly from chanted dirges to driving melodic punk at the drop of a dime. From the trance-inducing track simply titled "✟" to the wild and ripping "Confianza Racional en la Accion Dinamica," La URSS flex their musical chops like never before to the listener's enjoyment. The cover art is minimalist, an apparent comment on modern day's technological worship, for better or worse. Cracked and broken. If you know La URSS, you know they are a rare group that is amazing both live and recorded. If you don't, you need to remedy that and pick up "Nuevo Testamento" right away.
https://laurssmaldita.bandcamp.com/album/nuevo-testamento

Ausencia/Narcoestado "Split" 7" (TD-34) $4
I am stoked on this release as these are two of my favorite current bands going.  Ausencia comes back right where they left off on the "Cuantas Vidas" 7".   3 new songs of catchy melodic punk with a hint Oi!.  Narcoestado are back with their first release since the demo.  Their sound on this is a little different, yet still in the same vein.  Musically I think it's the same style with the vocals being less gruff.  I think the songwriting has grown a lot and the lyrics on this are very heart felt.  2 new songs of catchy/dark punk.  Art by Rafa Manrique/Limited to 500 copies.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oa0Z2iwPfAc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_sXS_sbeL8

Criaturas "Ruido Antisocial" 7" $4 (TD-35)
New EP for 2017 from Texas hardcore punk band Criaturas. Since their last LP "Espiritu De Libertad", this is the only proper new material the band has released since 2013! Between their affiliated projects like Vaaska, Impalers, Kurrakä, and a ton of other killer bands, it's understandable why certain bands take a back seat. That said, "Ruido Antisocial" is an indication that when Criaturas decides to reassemble, they pump out consistent material that is instantly recognizable and full of undeniable character. The rhythm section is groovy and chaotic, but super "in the pocket" with thumping bass lines that launch the intros of songs. The standout element is the vocals, which on previous releases have had moments of straight up singing that is melodic and eerie, but are totally vicious and shredded throughout on this new EP. The guitars are rocked out with face-melting leads, but still have this dark, ominous sensibility. Glad to hear this band hasn't quietly decided to call it quits and are returning totally raging new material.


Slimy Member "E.P" 7" (TD-029) $4(Limited press for their upcoming tour, all copies on Red vinyl)
Just like most cities, there's a new generation of kids and lots of new bands have been popping up. Dallas is no exception, and Slimy Member is one of those bands. Slimy Member play dark/anarcho/punk. The main reason this band really stood out to me amongst the many goth/post punk/dark bands(whatever) is because even though they have elements of those sounds, they still maintain to sound punk through the whole thing. The band reminds me of a mix between Exit-Stance and 80's L.A/OC Punk. After a demo tape and a U.S tour, this is their debut 7".
https://soundcloud.com/todo-destruido/slimy-member-s-t-7

Skizophrenia! "Single Ticket To Demo-Lition" Lp  (TD-31) $9
Here comes Skizophrenia! 20 songs discography LP from Tsuyama-city / Okayama-prefecture. It's been already 10 years since their first demo cassette. The LP is the vinyl pressing of the Hardcore Survives released CD out in June 2015. It includes the 1st demo "3 trax demo", the 2nd demo "Freedom land", the 1st EP "Raw punk E.A.T.E.R", the 2nd self-titled EP already released by Kick Rock and Hardcore survives, the 3rd EP "Don't give up", the split EP with Vaaska, and some rare demo tracks to well known sing-a-long songs. All songs are remastered. It's from the past to the future as "RAW PUNK MASTERPIECE"! They've pushed regular local city up to punk paradise, also great influence to so many bands and tour bands from their ideas. One of the biggest punk movement they've done. so The future is always our hands! Released in Europe by Kick Rock, in Japan by Hardcore Survives and in the US by Todo Destruido. No export to Japan or Europe!!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUhErcxBTUk

Sudor "Enamorado de la muerte juvenile" Lp (TD-028) $8
Sudor are back with their second full length, 10 new tracks inspired by Discharge, RIP and the whole Scandinavian 80s punk. They don´t need more than 14 minutes to proof one more time that they are the best and most active Spanish band, playing mostly all the weekends and touring the States and Europe every year. Already played at Chaos in Texas with the most success you can imagine. All their previous releases are absolutely sold out so act fast or cry later. Just play this album and count how many times they use the word “shit”!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tONGGZ_Vv9k

Tragiedia "Punk Til Destruction 88-89" LP (TD-026) Out now!!! $9
Todo Destruido's newest release chronicles Tragiedia's 2 demos from 1988 and 1989 that were never officially released, just passed around through tape trading circles and some select tracks more recently released as a split tape with PSI by Malarie Records. You might recognize some of their songs from Post Regiment's "Tragedia" LP. Tragiedia was a late 80's polish band that played raw HC/Punk with anger and fury. For fans of Siekiera (1984), TZN Xenna, etc. Mastered by Smoku of Post Regiment.
https://soundcloud.com/todo-destruido/tragiedia-88-89-lp

Esperanza "The Begining" 7" $4 From the ashes of Persevere comes a new band from Hiroshima, Japan, Esperanza.  This 7" is a mini-cd that was originally released on Insane World Records (Japan).  We loved at at first listen and knew this was something Todo Destruido wanted to release.  Esperanza play raw pogo punk in the way that only the Japanese can do it.  Very catchy, energetic, and fun.  For fans of bands like Laukaus, Last Survivors and Persevere.  Limited to 500 copies, pocket sleeve and 100 on colored vinyl for mail-order and from the band.  Don't miss out on this one!

Sudor "Cuatro Canciones..." 7" (Todo Destruido) $4
Brand new 7" from one of my favorite bands on the world, Spain's Sudor! If you've talked to me about music in the past couple of years I've probably tried to shove their LP down your throat, and finally here's a domestic release that you can grab on the cheap to give them a sampling. These tracks were recorded at the same time as their first 7", and were originally intended for a compilation that never came out. Quality-wise, these are top-notch... in terms of sound, I still haven't really figured how to describe this band in an intriguing way. Simple riffs, strong Discharge inspiration, but with minimal distortion on the guitar and absolutely manic, frantic tempos but still insanely catchy. This is  the sound of PUNK  -Sorry State
https://soundcloud.com/todo-destruido/sudor-cementerio-de-residuos


Diskurz "s/t" 7" ($4)
"Debut 7" from this Croatian band who play awesome singalong punk
that reminds me a lot of 80s Spanish greats Eskorbuto. Like that band, Diskurz blend simple, catchy riffs and vocals with melodic guitar leads and very aggressive playing to yield a product that combine all of the best elements of punk and HC. Another awesome product from what's becoming one of the best and most consistent labels around." - Sorry State Records
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzdlJ6lhZoY

Ultratumbados "Requiem para una decada" 7" ($4)
This is the debut EP by Chicago's Latino Punks, Ultratumbados. 5 songs of catchy and melodic punk with a dark feel. Bass driven, catchy hooks, solid drums, and dual vocals is what is to be expected from this record. Lots of influence ranging from Eskorbuto to Joy Division.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ggReIdhX3AU

The SnotRockettes "Prom Night Massacre" 7" ($4)
This is the 2nd single by Seattle's all female pop group, The SnotRockettes. One new song of pure power-pop/doo wop punk rocknroll and a cover by Dion and the Belmonts done in a way, only they could pull off. The SnotRockettes still carry the dirty rocknroll sound Seattle has produced, not unlike bands like The Briefs. Ex/Current-Members of The Cute Lepers, The Pop-Machine, The Shy Ones, etc...Limited to 500 copies w/purple dust sleeve.)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLw6GW8Q2BA

Not on T.D, but we can Wholesale:

Deskonocidos "s/t" 7" (540 Records) $4
1st release by Austin's Deskonocidos.  Released in 2009, these are original copies found by the label.  3 songs of dark melodic punk.  Check link to hear it.
https://deskonocidos.bandcamp.com/album/s-t

Vaaska "Inocentes Condenados" 7" (Beach Impediment) $4
Texas’s Vaaska are back with a new 6-song EP, their first release since 2016’s Futuro Primitivo 7” on Beach Impediment. By my count this is the 7th Vaaska vinyl release, and at this point they have a bulky discography that may intimidate newcomers, but I assure you it’s all good. As with long-running bands like Motorhead or the Fall, it’s fun to listen to how the band’s sound evolves from release to release. If I had to sum up Inocentes Condenados in a few words, I’d say it’s the most Discharge-inspired Vaaska release. Vaaska are a d-beat band, so Discharge has always been an influence, but Inocentes finds them dabbling with more overt appropriation, particularly on “Atrapados,” which incorporates the riff from Discharge’s “Fight Back.” Other tracks graft Discharge’s distinctive chord progressions onto Vaaska’s well-established template, reaching a climax with the closing track, “No a la Guerra.” Notable for being one of the few Vaaska tracks without a blazing guitar solo (though there is a big swell of feedback where you expect one to come in), “No a la Guerra” is one of the rawest, noisiest, and most primal tracks that Vaaska has ever laid down. Every single Vaaska record is good. If you’ve been buying them all, then there’s no reason to stop with Inocentes Condenados, but if you’re new to the band, it’s also a fine place to start tackling their discography.
www.vaaska.bandcamp.com

Vaaska "Futuro Primitivo" 7" (Vox Populi/Japan) $5
Rejoice, VAASKA have returned with more hard punk pounders for the masses! Originally pressed in a limited amount by VOX POPULI for the band's Japanese tour in the winter of 2016, Beach Impediment is delighted to make the latest release from Austin's finest available domestically for the hardcore punk fanatics that know the real deal and for those that would like to become more educated in the field. "FUTURO PRIMITIVO" features five tracks of the top notch D-Beat punk with blazing guitar leads and ferociously belted out lyrics in Spanish that you have come to expect from these guys over the years. Each record comes in a felt based glue pocket sleeve adorned with the stark black and white art of the great Brian Miller that has been the band's visual trademark since the beginning. 
www.vaaska.bandcamp.com

Mirror "Universal Dismay" 7" ( Erste Theke Tontrager) $4
"Mirror from Austin, Texas issue their debut vinyl, and this blistering EP clearly establishes them, along with Impalers, Vaaska, Glue, Strutter, Kurraka, et al, as one of the very best current punk bands populating that fertile scene. Like Strutter, there’s a psychedelic element to Mirror’s pogo- and noise-punk-infused sound; while the rhythm section smashes and bashes with the best of them, the guitars swirl around over top of the chaos, creating a woozy, hallucinogenic effect that is uniquely Mirror’s own. If you’re into S.H.I.T., Blazing Eye, Strutter, or Dawn of Humans it’s a fair bet that you’ll love this Mirror EP, not because it sounds just like any of those, but rather because you have exactly the kind of adventurous ear for hardcore that this band is likely to catch. Perfect production and a wild yet bruising performance make this one of the must-hear hardcore EPs of 2016".
https://mirrortx.bandcamp.com/album/universal-dismay

Criaturas "Ruido Antisocial" 7" $6 (Overthrow Records/Japan) Purple vinyl/Japanese insert
New EP for 2017 from Texas hardcore punk band Criaturas. Since their last LP "Espiritu De Libertad", this is the only proper new material the band has released since 2013! Between their affiliated projects like Vaaska, Impalers, Kurrakä, and a ton of other killer bands, it's understandable why certain bands take a back seat. That said, "Ruido Antisocial" is an indication that when Criaturas decides to reassemble, they pump out consistent material that is instantly recognizable and full of undeniable character. The rhythm section is groovy and chaotic, but super "in the pocket" with thumping bass lines that launch the intros of songs. The standout element is the vocals, which on previous releases have had moments of straight up singing that is melodic and eerie, but are totally vicious and shredded throughout on this new EP. The guitars are rocked out with face-melting leads, but still have this dark, ominous sensibility. Glad to hear this band hasn't quietly decided to call it quits and are returning totally raging new material.


Criaturas "Espiritu de libertad" Lp (Hardware)  $7
The masters of Unholy Rock n’ Roll are at it again with their 2nd LP of insanely driven punk hysteria! An amazing 4 piece punk band crawling out of Austin, TX (featuring members of VAASKA, IMPALERS, KURRAKÄ, SEVERED HEAD OF STATE, SIGNAL LOST etc.) feature Dru’s intense rapid fire vocals and Victor’s ripping guitar… this record just drives a steak through your heart with its dark, haunting, catchy, and brilliant energy! This is what punk should sound like with a UK82 Punk feel mixed with classic Spanish hardcore… totally raging, intense, and beyond simple punk stereotypes. By far one of the best records to come out this year!
https://criaturas82.bandcamp.com/album/espiritu-de-libertad


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