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The Jesus Lizard

Goat (2023 Reissue)

limited indies only remastered 180g white lp in deluxe gatefold sleeve + poster + download w/ 5 bonus tracks - £32.99 | Buy
featuring the 2009 remaster by Steve Albini and Bob Weston, this is a gorgeous reissue of the cacophonous classic.
The Jesus Lizard

Pure (Remaster / Reissue) (2023 reissue)

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The Jesus Lizard's first formal release, this five-song EP shows that the engagingly evil minds behind Scratch Acid songs like "Mary Had a Little Drug ...

Atlas Vending

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free lsd

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OFF, the punk braintrust formed in 2010 by Keith Morris (ex-Black Flag, Circle Jerks) and Dimitri Coats (ex-Burning Brides), release their first new album in ei...
Half Divorced


  1. Killing All the Wrong People
  2. Anti-Sapio
  3. Helicopter Parent
  4. Cling to a Poisoned Dream
  5. Sixty-Two Thousand Dollars in Debt
  6. Everywhere Is Bad
  7. Junktime
  8. Alive With Hate
  9. Seatbelt Alarm Silencer
  10. (Stolen) Catalytic Converter
  11. Monsters
  12. Moving On

Pissed Jeans

Half Divorced

  • limited "loser edition" coke bottle green lp

    Released: 1st Mar 2024

  • cd

    Released: 1st Mar 2024


it's time to slap on your soggy denims as the philadelphians have gone from being 'half idiots' to 'half divorced' and cranked everything up a full gear or three in the process - their sixth record scorches along like exploding butane, burning all with their galloping drums, buzzsaw guitars, and trademark razor-sharp wit.

absolutely pulverising stuff! Pissed Jeans has never been a band that goes halfway—they’re known for their feral vocals, biting lyrics, buzzsaw guitars, and unhinged live shows, and their sixth album, 'Half-Divorced' is no exception. These songs skewer the tension between youthful optimism and the sobering realities of adulthood, and when viewed through frontman Matt Korvette’s scowl, everything takes on a level of violent absurdity. Pissed Jeans’ notorious acerbic sense of humor remains sharper than ever as they dismember some of the joys that contemporary adult life has to offer, from helicopter parents to stolen catalytic converters to being $62,000 in debt. On “Seatbelt Alarm Silencer,” Korvette growls, “Call it a death drive but that ain’t fair / Drive implies I’m headed somewhere.” “We’re not the kind of band that bangs out a new record every two years,” Korvette said.

“Pissed Jeans is truly like an art project for us, which is what makes it so fun.” This lack of restraint rages within the songs that unexpectedly veer into classic hardcore punk territory—often coming in at under two minutes long and erupting like the “butane tank explosion” Korvette sings about in “Junktime.”