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Deep Six Records

Contact Info:

E-Mail: deepsixrecords@deepsixrecords.com
Web Site: deepsixrecords.com

Label Discography:

BURN YOUR BRIDGES - LP/CD
CATTLE DECAPITATION - Humanure LPx2 (gatefold)
CATTLE DECAPITATION - To Serve Man LP
CRIPPLE BASTARDS - Desperately Insensitive gatefold LP
DEFACE - 7"
FUCKED UP/HAYMAKER - split 7"
GASP/SUFFERING LUNA - split LP
HAWG JAW - Believe Nothing LP
HAYMAKER/OX BAKER - split 7"
HIRAX - Barrage of Noise CD or 10"
HIRAX - El Diablo Negro picture disc 7" or CDep
HIRAX - Blasted In Bangkok 10" or CD
I FOUND GOD - Junkie Sex Monkey 7"
INFEST - 1991 Live on KXLU 12"
INFEST - No Man's Slave LP
IRANACH/STRUCTURE OF LIES - split CD
JENNY PICCOLO/SU19B - split 7"
LACK OF INTEREST - Take Another Step LP
MAN IS THE BASTARD - Mancruel CD
MANCHURIAN CANDIDATES/HAWG JAW - split 7"
MISERY INDEX/STRUCTURE OF LIES - split CD/LP
NEGATIVE STEP - Conquering Punk 10"
NITROMINDS - Fire And Gasoline CD
NO COMMENT - '87-'93 discography LP
NOOTHGRUSH/WELLINGTON - split 7"
OTOPHOBIA - Malignant LP
PARASITIC - Infested Within/Wasting Disease 7"
PIGNATION - Devastating Life Scheme CDep/7"
PETER MANGALORE - 5"
PHANTASM - Wreck Age LP or CD
PHOBIA - Get Up and Kill LP/CD
PHOBIA - Grind Your Fucking Head In LP/CD
PHOBIA - Serenity Through Pain LP
RUIDO - 13 song 7"
SHANK - Coded Messages in Slowed Down Songs CD/LP
SIEGE - Drop Dead LP
SPAZZ/LACK OF INTEREST - split 7"
STRUCTURE OF LIES - Abacus CD
THE:ENCLITIC - 7"
TOSHIRO MIFUNE - 7"
VISUAL DISCRIMINATION - 7" (sold out)
WALKEN - r.02[the.new.manerism] CD
WELLINGTON - discography CD
REALITY #4 - comp LP or CD
REALITY #3 - comp LP or CD
REALITY #2 - comp CD
REALITY #2 - comp LP (sold out)

Release Discriptions:

PARASITIC - Infested Within/Wasting Disease 7"
Featuring ex-members of both The Locust and Cattle Decapitation, Parasitic offers up two grindcore tunes that rip and shread. Ugly monsterous vocals. (Deep Six #62)

LACK OF INTEREST - Take Another Step LP
Another 19 tracks of Infest inspired thrash from Lack of Interest. Fast and to the point; no nonsene hardcore. Their last LP was on Slap A Ham, and is now sold out. Lightning fast. An absolute must for fans of fast-core and Infest style hardcore. (Deep Six #66)

PHOBIA - Get Up and Kill LP
Now available on LP! Phobia are back with eleven new studio tracks and six lives tracks recorded on their tour with Cripple Bastards. Angry, political grind c(g)ore with growling vocals. The power violence continues! (Deep Six #58)

CATTLE DECAPITATION - Humanure LPx2 (gatefold)
This is the double LP version of the CD that came out on Metal Blade Records. Two sides of brutal grinding metal-core, one side of crazed noize, and one side dedicated to an etching. All packed in a full color gatefold cover. Twelve tracks of thrash mayhem. The Cattle Decapitation machine has certainly taken their craft to the next level since their Metal Blade debut album and Humanure is clear proof of that! Pressed on orange vinyl. (Deep Six #56)

SIEGE - Drop Dead LP
Siege was one of those more than awesome hardcore bands from Boston that influenced hundreds and hundreds of bands over the years. These 9 tracks were recorded in 1984 at Radio Beat in Boston, MA. This is a classic. A must have for anyone interested in '80s hardcore. Infest, Drop Dead, Heresy, Ripcord... all of these bands were completely influenced by Siege. (Deep Six #55)

FUCKED UP/HAYMAKER - split 7"
Fucked Up has been kicking ass lately, and this is no exception. Five more tracks from this great Canadian hardcore band. And flip this over and get five more tracks from Canada's Haymaker! Another great hardcore band that has been kicking ass. You can't go wrong with this combination! (Deep Six #46)

PHOBIA - Get Up and Kill CD
Phobia are back with eleven new studio tracks and six lives tracks recorded on their tour with Cripple Bastards. Angry, political grind c(g)ore with growling vocals. The power violence continues! (Deep Six #58 CD)

CATTLE DECAPITATION - To Serve Man LP
This is the LP version of the CD that came out on Metal Blade Records. Thirteen cursed tracks guaranteed to give you bad luck!! Grinding metal-core with inhuman vocal stylings and complicated song structures. Ugly and bloody, as the hoard of Cattle Decapitation followers want it! Another full color record cover from Deep Six. Pressed on green vinyl. (Deep Six #56)

CRIPPLE BASTARDS - Desperately Insensitive gatefold LP
This is the vinyl version of the CD that came out on Necropolis Records. The LP is packaged in a full color gatefold jacket with lyrics printed on the inside panel. The LP also comes with a full color poster. Nineteen tracks of bludgoning grind core from this legendary Italian grind band. (Deep Six #53)

PHOBIA - Grind Your Fucking Head In LP/CD
Seventeen more tracks from Southern California's grind masters. Political and angry, with an earache assault of brutal noise to back it up, Phobia doesn't disappoint with this ragin' assembly of power violence tracks and deep vocal growling. Both the vinyl and CD version are now available. (Deep Six #49)

MISERY INDEX/STRUCTURE OF LIES - split CD/LP
Misery Index features members of Dying Fetus, while Structure of lies feature members of Unruh. Both bands play death metal influenced hardcore. Misery Index goes for a much more brutal assault, while Structure of Lies aren't afraid to bury a bit of melody underneath their squalor and shrieking vocals. Four more songs from Structure of Lies and three more tracks from Misery Index. (Deep Six #48)

PIGNATION - Devastating Life Scheme 7" or CDep
Pignation is fucking going off with some fucking brutal fucked up hardcore tracks. Seven fucking tracks in total. Pure fucking power, aggression, speed, and fucking heavy pounding thunder. Pignation are just some fucked up fuckers making some fucking fucked up hard-fucking-core. Fuck. Deep Six only made 300 copies of the 7" version of this release. (Deep Six #36 CD)

BURN YOUR BRIDGES - LP/CD
Twenty-three tracks from this two-piece collaboration between Chris Dodge of Slap A Ham/Spazz and Bob of Deep Six/Lack Of Interest. The tracks are fast and furious with an angry spirit; musically somewhat comparable to early D.R.I. or Condemned to Death. Raw, aggressive, and angry hardcore. (Deep Six #47)

PIGNATION - Devastating Life Scheme CDep or 7"
Pignation is fucking going off with some fucking brutal fucked up hardcore tracks. Seven fucking tracks in total. Pure fucking power, aggression, speed, and fucking heavy pounding thunder. Pignation are just some fucked up fuckers making some fucking fucked up hard-fucking-core. Fuck. (Deep Six #36 CD)

STRUCTURE OF LIES - Abacus CD
Rising from the ashes of Wellington and Unruh, Structure of Lies unleashes an unholy assault of hardcore influenced death metal. Five tracks of precision and ugliness... Surviving the heat of the hell hole known as Arizona may well have given these kids a direct link to some sort of earthly based demon... (Deep Six #45)

INFEST - No Man's Slave LP
The long lost second Infest LP finally comes to light! The music for these nineteen songs was recorded in 1995 and the vocals were finished in 2000. The sound is classic Infest; brutal, raw, aggressive, and powerful hardcore. Hundreds of bands have tried to recreate the amazing Infest sound, but few have come close. Infest was an awesome one of a kind band, and No Man's Slave proves exactly why Infest's legacy is still going strong. Honestly, this is totally on par with the other Infest releases. Awesome. (Deep Six Records #25)

NITROMINDS - Fire And Gasoline CD
Blasting out of Brazil, this three piece rips out some energetic and fast paced melodic hardcore tracks. The sound is clean and melodic, but smoking fast. Catchy and memorable and quite infectious. Song topics range from politics to personal, and they cover "Something I learned Today" by Husker Du. (Deep Six #42)

THE:ENCLITIC - 7"
Blasting some short lived songs that burst forth and burn out in less than a minute, The:Enclitic play high speed grind-metal with piccolo snare drumming that will drill your brain and technical patterns (ala Unruh or Walken) that are imbedded in their song structures. The:Enclitic will be doing an East Coast tour with Iranach this summer, and this 7" is limited to 500 copies. (Deep Six Records #44)

SHANK - Coded Messages in Slowed Down Songs CD/LP
Originally to be released on Slap A Ham, this is now being put out by Deep Six and 625. This is by far the best shit they have ever done. Super fast powerviolence... with thick guitar sounds, crazed vocals and a drummer than has obviously been listening to his death metal. Raw, DIY recording is reminiscent of the early '90s fastcore bands' production. Description by Max 625. (625 Productions #88/Deep Six)

OTOPHOBIA - Malignant LP
Philly's thrashcore heroes deliver an aural anvil to the cranium with 21 new blistering high speed anthems. Extensive touring and previous 7"s have laid the groundwork for the ultimate crustcore epic, Malignant, their full length debut. With markedly (anti) political lyrics and an unrelenting steamroller of speedy hardcore, Otophobia is poised to flatten the punk scene and butcher its sacred cows. When all of the crusty street punks are wearing Otophobia patches, don't say we didn't warn you... The CD version is on Slap A Ham Records. Description by Chris Dodge. (Deep Six #41)

NEGATIVE STEP - Conquering Punk 10"
Negative Step have an early '80s Boston sound that can be compared to the F.U.'s and in fact Negative Step do a cover of "What You Pay For" by the F.U.'s. The production is very true to the early '80s sound and Negative Step are completely free of metal influences. Their sound is straight forward, quickly played, and energetic with slightly spastic yelling. (Deep Six #40)

V/A - Reality #4 comp LP or CD
The newest compilation from Deep Six is a brutal sample of some of the hardest hitting and ugly hardcore bands around. The line-up includes 324, Haymaker, hawjaw, Low Threat Profile, Inspite, Manchurian Candidates, Progeria, Toshiro Mifune, Overpowering, Ruido, Unruh, I Found God, Lack of Interst, SU19B, Damad, Sepsism, Stress, Self Inflicted, Pretty Little Flower, Dudman, Lana Dagales, Bred On Deception, Hpylori, and Halo Epidemic. Available on both LP and CD. (Deep Six Records #35)

IRANACH/STRUCTURE OF LIES - split CD
Iranach features an ex-member of Unruh. Both bands explode with a hard hitting metal grindcore assault. Screaming mad vocals, total grindcore guitars and blazing speed and thrash attacks make for one brutal soundtrack of destruction. (Deep Six #38)

PHOBIA - Serenity Through Pain LP
Twenty-three tracks from Phobia! Gloomy and apocalyptic, Phobia offer up a wall of distorted vocals, hard hitting grind/hardcore, and plenty of blasting moments of pure aural agony! The CD version is available from Deathvomit. The LP comes in a gatefold jacket and comes with a poster. Prepare to be annihilated! (Deep Six #39)

WALKEN - r.02[the.new.manerism] CD
Violent, fast, furious, heavy, droning, and chaotic hardcore that churns with a slightly metallic powercore assault. No mercy. No rest. No survivors. Totally impatient and raging. Where the hell did these guys come from? (Deep Six Records #37)

HAYMAKER/OX BAKER - split 7"
Haymaker are back with more negativity and hate; they call their side of the record "Fuck You All." Ugly fast thrash music and a bad attitude. Ox Baker are just as mean with a thrash attack that doesn't let up. Brutal, harsh, and powerful. (Deep Six #34)

HIRAX - Barrage of Noise CD or 10"
Crossover lives and the demon spawn known as Hirax has risen to decapitate heads and topple the castle walls. These eight new songs are a product of this decade, and the band is playing shows and making more noise. Total metal hardcore complete with vocal crooning and guitar wanking. Totally '80s crossover; then and now. (Deep Six #33)

TOSHIRO MIFUNE - 7"
The East Coasts's Toshiro Mifune make some noise for Deep Six; it is a vicious attack of power violence meets chaotic crazed slashing. Six songs that will cause spontaneous combustion with Locust, Man Is The Bastard, and Jenny Piccolo fans. (Deep Six #35)

I FOUND GOD - Junkie Sex Monkey 7"
Two tracks from this rocking band. One tracks is a cover of Black Sabbath's "Symptom of the Universe" while the other is an original that sounds like Joan Jett. Not your typical release from Deep Six. (Deep Six #28)

PHANTASM - Wreck Age LP or CD
Recorded in 1987 Wreck Age featured Katon DePena (from Hirax), Ron McGovney (the original Metallica bass player before Cliff Burton), Gene Hoglan (from Dark Angel, Testament, and Death), as well as Nathan Williams and Rodney Nicholson. Phantasm combine metal and punk, and metal fans will go crazy when they hear this. Wreck Age includes their demo and a live set. They also do a cover of SSD's "Glue." Damn. (Deep Six Records #32)

HIRAX - Blasted In Bangkok 10" or CD
Blasted In Bangkok features their original 7" as well as one track from the Spazz/Hirax split 7". All of the tracks have been re-mixed and re-mastered. Hirax combined an unholy mix of metal influences like Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden, and Judas Priest with the hardcore influences of Siege, Neos, and Discharge to create a furious metal hardcore attack that helped to create the cross-over genera back in the mid 1980s. (Deep Six Records #31)

HIRAX - El Diablo Negro CDep or picture disc 7"
Yes, this is the same Hirax that terrorized Southern California back in the day with their metal attack and high pitched ear-piercing screamer! They have changed very little over the years, and these three songs are captured on a picture disc with some cool looking demonic artwork or on CD; as metal as it comes. Guitar solos, chuga chuga guitars, and powerful metal style screaming will get the pit moving and the heads banging! Pure fucking metal. (Deep Six Records #30)

HAWG JAW - Believe Nothing LP
This full length follow up to their split 7" on Deep Six with Manchurian Candidates will tear you a new asshole if you aren't careful. Hawg Jaw offer up a medium paced ballad of distorted brutality and heavy twisted damage. If Neanderthal man had discovered electrified music then this is the sort of stuff they would have played around the fire while chowing down on the half cooked carcass of some unfortunate wooly mammoth. Primal, fierce, and damn good. (Deep Six Records #27)

INFEST - 1991 Live on KXLU 12"
Recorded in 1991 this live on the radio LP is really quite awesome. The sound quality is brilliant, and it captures Infest at their very best. They are definitely at their peek as they peel off one blistering song after another. Anyone that loves Infest will be blown away by this record. It includes tracks from all their releases, and it illustrates why the Infest legacy is still so damn important today. Power violence at its absolute best. (Deep Six Records #20)

MANCHURIAN CANDIDATES/HAWG JAW - split 7"
Manchurian Candidates are vicious and fast with extremely harsh sounding vocals. Their furious wall of sound is cruel and ugly, with no regard for the casualties. Hawg Jaw is equally mean, but they turn the distortion way the fuck up and go for something way more slow, heavy, brutal and guttural. Even more ugly and uncompromising. Manchurian Candidates will kill you quickly and move on, while Hawg Jaw prefers torture and a slow death. (Deep Six #29)

WELLINGTON - discography CD
Wellington hailed from Arizona and they played metal influenced dirging hardcore. The vocals are a nasty deep snarl and the music is slow and painful with a lot of metal damage. The comp CD features all of their tracks from their numerous split 7"s as well as their tracks from their full length LP and their 7". (Deep Six Records #26)

MAN IS THE BASTARD - Mancruel CD
This CD includes all of the MITB tracks from their split with Capitalist Casualties along with all the tracks from the Discography LP on Deep Six. The songs from the Capitalist split 12" have been re-mixed and re-mastered. Mancruel also features 1 unreleased MITB track and 3 unreleased Bastard Noise tracks. The ingenuity and creative savagery of MITB lives on way past their demise. Freaked and wicked. (Deep Six #24)

JENNY PICCOLO/SU19B - split 7"
Jenny Piccolo are up to their usual with six more crazed hardcore songs. Their blend of fast thrashing hardcore and slow assaulting interludes will decimate everything in their wake. This time around they even do an excellent cover of Chain of Strength's "True 'Til Death." Japan's SU19B are equally brutal and harsh. Their sound is pure power violence and they display one of their influences with a Crossed Out cover. Clear vinyl. (Deep Six Records #18)

RUIDO - 13 song 7"
Blistering thrash not unlike Los Crudos or Lack Of Interest. Fast and furious. I believe that all the songs are in Spanish, though it doesn't matter too much since the music is so fast and furious. They could easily be singing in English, German or Esperanto and it would be just as crazed and savage. Raw and violent. (Deep Six Records #22)

NO COMMENT - '87 To '93 LP
In the late '80s and early '90s brutality core was being born with Southern California contributing Crossed Out, Infest, and No Comment. No Comment played fast and hard with songs about the cesspool of human existence, animal rights, and other ills of life on planet Earth. This LP captures all of No Comment's material on one piece of wax and includes over 35 tracks of total speed and destruction. The ugly underbelly of sunny Southern California displayed for your enjoyment. (Deep Six #23)

GASP/SUFFERING LUNA - split LP
Gasp starts their assault with a moment of silence, but when they attack all hell breaks loose. Combining noise and atmospheric oddities with a blistering harsh power violence thrash; only to suddenly return to the silence and the eerie noises of deep space. Freaked out. Suffering Luna is a perfect name to describe a band that plays harsh and oppressive brutality core intermixed with cryptic sound bites and other world noise. Together Gasp and Suffering Luna create an uncompromising act of audio terrorism. Comes on clear wax. (Deep Six #19)