Dearly Divided‘s new album has finally reached European shores! Recorded at Fat Mike’s Motor Studios in San Francisco, the band’s second full-length album is another must-have for the 90’s EpiFat enthusiast! Californian melodic punk rock with the right amount of mid thirties angst, that’s how we roll, baby. For fans of No Use For A Name, Ten Foot Pole and G.A.S. Drummers.
Hans Roofthooft from F.O.D. and 7Years‘ one and only Matteo Caldari have recorded an acoustic split album! Punk rock heroes such as Tony Sly, Joey Cape, and Greg Graffin have proved in the past that acoustic tracks kick ass, and Hans and Matteo have done an amazing job on this one! Both lads contributed five tracks, and boy, are they catchy..
Belgian punk rockers Generation 84 released their new album “Relentless” on Morning Wood Records! Throughout their career Generation 84 shared stages with NOFX, Bad Religion, No Fun At All and Ten Foot Pole. Maybe it’s because of their high energy, smashing live shows and handsome looks. Maybe it’s because their straightforward, no-nonsense 90’s styled punk rock is just tits.
One of 2017’s greatest releases has to be “Oceans Apart” by Setbacks. After releasing the CD in April of this year we’re super stoked to announce we’ll be releasing this record for the first time on vinyl! “Oceans Apart” will be out on 12″ on two colors; Transparent Green and Grimace Purple, both limited to 100 units.
Pre-Orders for both versions and various bundles are up now at the store and will ship out on December 8th 2017!
Fawk yeah! The brand new album by Belgrade’s finest punk rock band Doghouse is out now! For everyone who couldn’t get enough of their previous EP “Dysfunction”, the Serbs are back with fresh tunes. And as always; melodic and dynamic, high-energy punk rock tracks that leave you no time for breathing! Doghouse have been delivering quality material since 1998 with no exceptions.
“69 Enfermos pay tribute to the golden age of ’90s skatepunk. Anchored by a hard-charging base, the band drops double and tripled layere dmelodies over the top, resulting in a mix that is right up any Epifat fan’s alley.”
I’d wish to give a more fitting description, but I don’t believe there is one!
You can order “A Place To Call Home” on CD for €7,95 at our webstore.
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