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El Grito Records

Contact Info:

E-Mail: miguelgrito@hotmail.com
Web Site: None

Label Discography:

BREAD AND CIRCUITS/FORMER MEMBERS OF ALFONSIN - split LP
KONTRAATTAQUE - Luchas, Tragedias... 7"
THIS MACHINE KILLS - On The Move 7"
SENTIMIENTOS OPRIMIDOS/DIRITES - split 7"
SHORT HATE TEMPER/GODSTOMPER - split 7" (sold out)

Release Discriptions:

BREAD AND CIRCUITS/FORMER MEMBERS OF ALFONSIN - split LP
The wait is finally over!! Recorded in 1999 these songs document the demise of these two wonderfully passionate Northern Californian hardcore bands. Each band lays out four new songs; catchy, politically motivated, and emotionally charged!! An excellent record. The various members of these two bands now play in Yaphet Kotto and Please Inform The Captain This Is A Hijack. (El Grito #9)

KONTRAATTAQUE - Luchas, Tragedias... 7"
Elgrito has finally repressed the Kontraattaque 7". This time around it has a new cover and a 20 page booklet. The music, if you dare to call it that, is an assault of screamed and grunted vocals over a torment of harsh fucking hardcore. Lyrics in Spanish and English with translations in the booklet. (Elgrito #3)

THIS MACHINE KILLS - On The Move 7"
Four more songs from Southern California's This Machine Kills. Fast, melodic, and political, they tap into a 1990's sound (ala Merel and Iconoclast) to produce some hard driving songs that are a swirl of guitar, screams, and buried melodies. On The Move is being released in Europe on Coalition Records, and in the USA by El Grito Records. Watch for a full length on Ebullition from This Machine Kills later in the year as well as a live 10" on Deep Six. (El Grito #6)

SENTIMIENTOS OPRIMIDOS/DIRTIES - split 7"
If you want to get a glimpse of what's going on in South America musically then here's your chance. This is the vinyl version of a tape released awhile back. Both bands hail from Argentina. Sentimientos Oprimidos zips by in the blink of an eye with their raw, fast and thrashy hardcore while the Dirties keep it upbeat and melodic. All songs mostly in Spanish with political content. This is the first pressing of 500 on orange vinyl. (El Grito #5)