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Hyperrealist Records

Contact Info:

E-Mail: info@hyperrealist.com
Web Site: www.hyperrealist.com

Label Discography:

BARONESS - First LP/CD
BLACK MERINOS - 7" (ex-In/Humanity)
CIRCLE TAKES THE SQUARE - As The Roots Undo LP
CIRCLE TAKES THE SQUARE - Our Need To Bleed CD
CREAM ABDUL BABAR/TEEN CTHULHU - split CD
CHRONICLE A/D - Enough Rats In The Wall... 7"
THE DEAD HATE THE LIVING - Shock and Awe LP/CD
KYLESA/MEMENTO MORI - split7"
MEMENTO MORI - discography CD
NEWGENICS - Eraser/Szymbionista! 7"
THE BRICKS/TWO DAYS OF FREEDOM - split 7"

Release Discriptions:

NEWGENICS - Eraser/Szymbionista! 7"
Their second EP with two more songs taken from the same recording session as their debut EP on Level Plane Records. Two rocking punk tunes with influences from Devo to Gang of Four. Features ex-members of Guyana Punch Line and Marion, but this time with vocalist Chris Bickel delivering less venom and bile and more attitude and style. Released as a cooperative release with three other independent labels (Stereonucleosis, Shock Value and Dangerously Small. Each with a different cover, the Hyperrealist version of this 7" is limited to 300 copies. (Hyperrealist Records #9)

CHRONICLE A/D - Enough Rats In The Wall... 7"
This three piece features members and ex-members of Antischism, Initial State and Karst playing a powerful mix of dark, brooding hardcore and classic peace punk with dual vocals and definite political overtones. An excellent debut release. (Hyperrealist Records #8)

THE DEAD HATE THE LIVING - Shock and Awe LP/CD
The debut full length and awesome followup to their "Take that, world!" 7" ep on Limbless Records. Female/male/male vocalled speedpicking all out thrash attack. 12 new songs that sound like they could have been released in the '80s if not for their modern approach to a classic sound. A fast, heavy and aggressive hardcore record that doesn't lose sight of melody. (Hyperrealist #7)

BARONESS - First LP/CD
Debut 12"ep/CDep from Savannah, GA's Baroness; incredibly heavy, incredibly technical and just completely amazing. Everything from thunderous stoner riffs to full on d-beat thrash aggression. Try to imagine the fury of Tragedy and the talent of Fucking Champs and you're getting close. A three song EP clocking in at 18 minutes and it doesn't let up until its over. Produced by Phillip Cope of Kylesa. Some color vinyl available. On tour right now. (Hyperrealist #6)

MEMENTO MORI - discography CD
Ex-members of Cobra Kai, Sutek Conspiracy and Scrotum Grinder. Metal tinged hardcore with the most scathing female vocals on the planet. Brutal. This CD has the songs from the 12", split 7" with Kylesa and four unreleased songs. Twelve tracks in total. Awesome band. (Hyperrealist #5)

CREAM ABDUL BABAR/TEEN CTHULHU - split CDep
This deadly and experimental split 5-song CD is a train wreck of unusual, uncharted territory in hardcore. Florida's Cream Abdul Babar offer up a dose of complex, tempo-shifting abrasiveness produced by Billy Anderson (Jawbreaker, Neurosis, etc) on one track, and a mess of noise/rhythms on another. Seattle's Teen Cthulhu dish out the unrelenting, bone-chilling keyboard-driven black/death/punk that they are known for across 3 mind-numbing tracks. (Hyperrealist #4)

CIRCLE TAKES THE SQUARE - As The Roots Undo LP gatefold
Following up their self titled CDep and split 7" with Pg. 99, As The Roots Undo marks the Circle Takes The Square's long awaited debut full length. A perfectly written album that flows effortlessly from one song to another creating an ethereal mood spanning the entire emotional spectrum. Intricately interwoven chaos and melody, screams and whispers and chants and power... A modern hardcore masterpiece. Beautiful full color gatefold jacket. Descripition by Pat of Hyperrealist. (Hyperrealist #3)

THE BRICKS/TWO DAYS OF FREEDOM - split 7"
The Bricks are total old school hardcore - fast, loud and angry. Brings to mind many of the East Coast bands of the early '80s, but with a fresh new approach. While the bands share two members, Two Days of Freedom have a much darker sound. Sadness transformed into an energetic musical outburst. An uplifting six minute escape from your day to day misery. Four tracks from The Bricks, three from Two Days of Freedom. Both sides produced by Phillip Cope of Kylesa. (Hyperrealist #2)