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Human Animal – Live on BVZ

We are excited to announce our first official release of 2016. We will be teaming up with Surprise Attack Records out of Erie, PA to bring a limited edition cassette tape of Human Animal’s live set on BVZ Radio, with a B-side interview with the band that will not be available anywhere else.
We are honored to be able to work with EMS and Surprise Attack Records seeing as he has been a huge inspiration and a source of a lot of helpful information since the start of this label. The tape will be available on two colorways and limited to 75 copies.
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Mere Phantoms – Famine For A Slow Death

Mere Phantoms - Famine For A Slow Death

We are excited to announce that we will be working with Mere Phantoms on their upcoming album “Famine For A Slow Death” with a limited edition cassette tape. Scheduled for an early spring 2015 release with vinyl coming from Anthems of The Undesirable.

Mere Phantoms play a brand of grinding punk/metal while teaming up with noise artist Nyodene D on the upcoming release. The tape version will include an exclusive B-side live drone track. Limited to a first pressing of 50 copies.
More on a release date and ordering info will be available during Facebook/twitter in the coming weeks.

Download their debut self titled EP here.
Make sure to see Mere Phantoms on their upcoming shows.

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Update 2014

With the start of 2014, it is already shaping up to be a busy year for us at Down For Anything Records. With the Lake Effect In Effect documentary almost done being filmed, tracks from the compilation to accompany the DVD are beginning to roll in. Though behind schedule we will have an early 2014 release with an amazing release show for the Erie kids.
We are excited to be handling the cassette tape portion of the upcoming Human Animal split with Buffalo’s Wreckage. (Ex Buried Alive, It Dies Today) Head 2 Wall Records will be releasing the split on vinyl.
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Both bands recently released a new 7″ record of their own. Be sure to stop by their Estores and grab one along with new apparel they have.
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And finally it looks like we well teaming up with Energy once more in 2014! We will have more info on that soon enough! Until then check out video of them playing an acoustic version of their track “They” off the recently release EP “New Worlds of Fear” available now on limited edition cassette or CD:
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Monster Party Records Estore
Hopefully you’ll be able to pick up a copy once these guys hit the road again.

As always you can download most the Energy discography for free by visiting their bandcamp.

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Top Albums of 2013

Below is a list of top albums of 2013 from different people in the hardcore world, whether they be from bands that we have/will work with or just friends of ours here at Down For Anything Records.

Matt “Whitey” Yocum – Down For Anything Records
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10. Bad Religion – True North
9. Seven Sisters of Sleep – Opium Morals
8. Mongoloids – Mongo Life
7.Eternal Sleep – Dead Like Me
6.Night Sins – To London or the lake
5. Deafheaven – Sunbather
4. Energy – New Worlds of Fear
3. Incendiary – Cost of Living
2. Rotting Out – The Wrong Way
1. AFI – Burials

Cory Beaumont – Down For Anything Records
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Eminem – Marshall Mathers LP 2
Joe Budden – No Love Lost
Nipsey Hussle – Crenshaw
Game – OKE
AFI – Burials
Meek Mills – Dreamchasers 3

Jason “Tank” Tankerley – Energy
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10. Nine Inch Nails – Hesitation Marks
9. OFF! – Live At The 9:30 Club
8. Lenny Lashley – Illuminator
7. Modern Life Is War – Fever Hunting
6. A.F.I. – Burials
5. Bad Religion – Christmas Songs
4. Bad Religion – True North
3. Black Sabbath – 13
2. Ghost – If You Have Ghost
1. Ghost – Infestissumam

Cody Webb – Mere Phantoms
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10. True Widow – Circumumulabation
9. Comadre – Self Titled
8. My Bloody Valentine – MBV
7. Creem – The Curator 7″
6. Var – No One Dances Quite Like My Brothers
5. Ascetic – Self Initiation
4. Locrian – Return to Annihilation
3. Ash Borer – Bloodlands
2. Merchandise – Total Nite
1. Iron Long – White Glove Test

Reba Myers – Code Orange Kids/Adventures
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Daylight – Jar
Drake – Nothing Was The Same
Full Of Hell – Rudiments of Mutilation
Incendiary – Cost of Living
Kanye West – Yeezus
Nails – Abandon All Life
The National – Trouble Will Find Me
Pity Sex – Feast of Love
Twitching Tongues – In Love There Is No Law
Washed Out – Paracosm

EMS – Human Animal/Surprise Attack Records
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LPs:
Depeche Mode – “Delta Machine”
Incendiary – “Cost of Living”
Integrity – “Systems Overloaded” reissue
Kylesa -“Ultraviolet”
Mongoloids – “Mongo Life”
Red Hare – “Nites of Midnite”
Rival Schools – “Found”
Strife – “Witness a Rebirth”
Terror – “Live by the Code”
Twitching Tongues – “In Love There is No Law”

Honorable Mentions: Down to Nothing “Life on the James”, Rotting Out “The Wrong Way”, Take Offense “United States of Mind”

EPs
Cruel Hand – “Vigilant Citizen”
Discourse – “Curse of Consciousness”
District 9 – “South Bronx Memoirs”
Eternal Sleep – “Dead Like Me”
Go Deep – “Counseling”
Gut Feeling – “s/t”
Madball – “Rebellion”
Path to Misery – “Disarmament”
Pelican – “Deny the Absolute”

Cassie Staub – Run, Forever/Blood Red
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Pity Sex – Feast of love,
Waxahatchee – Cerulean Salt,
Tegan and Sara – Heartthrob,
Collapse – Disarm EP,
Wild Moth – Over, Again,
Places to Hide – Almost Nothing,
Cloakroom – Infinity,
Nona – Through The Head,
Swearin – Surfin Strange
Adventures – CLear My Head With You

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Lake Effect In Effect

We at Down For Anything Records are excited to announce that we have teamed up with Erie film maker Tommy Shannon to release “Lake Effect In Effect: A Documentary on the Erie Hardcore Music Scene”
In this documentary we will be showcasing the early years of Erie hardcore, through the ups and downs to the current day scene. Erie has had a strong music scene for over 20 years giving birth to hardcore legends like Brother’s Keeper, xDisciplex AD, Shockwave, and Abnegation as well as current local heroes, Smoke & Mirrors, Human Animal, xRepresentx and many many more.
This will be part of a 2-disc release, the DVD as well as an album.(track listing to be announced at a later date)You can keep up to date with this project through all our social networking sites as well as here. Until then, check out the trailer for Lake Effect In Effect below.

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Interview with Rotting Out

While trying to release Vol. 6 of the DFA zine we had the chance to interview Rotting Out. Seeing as how that zine never made it to print we didn’t want to waste the interviews. Check out this interview with LA’s Rotting Out. Check out their new album “The Wrong Way” out now.

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-Can you give our readers your name and what it is you do in the band?
My name is Tank, and I play guitar in Rotting Out.

-Can you give the readers a little intro about Rotting Out?

e’re a 5 piece band from the LA area that loves to jam and play shows together! This is our getaway, this is pretty much what keeps us sane and from trouble!

-You released the new album recently, how has the response been?
Response has been great! A lot of support and love from our people, couldn’t really ask for more!

-What are some upcoming plans for the band? Shows? Tours?
We got a tour coming up that starts Aug. 1st. With Take Offense, Minus, And Relentless! Check out the dates and come out to a show! After that we have something towards October that we’re still working on, and other shit towards the end of the year!

-How did you get involved in hardcore music?

Back in middle school I got into punk music and started going to shows in backyards around South Central, Compton, or any ghetto enough spot to have shows where they wouldn’t get shut down! After a couple of years a friend of mine invited me to a show where The First Step, Outbreak and Cruel Hand were playing, pretty much after that was when I started going to a lot more hardcore shows and found out about other dope bands that would play in my town!

-any advice you would give to a younger kid getting involved in hardcore or punk music?

If it feels right, roll with it! Do something that makes YOU happy and never waste your time trying to please anyone, because in the end, someone will always be unhappy with whatever you do!

-What does everyone in the band do for a day job?

The only two dudes that pretty much work on a regular schedule are Jorge and I, he works as a Gardner and I do paperwork for a DMV office. Everyone else has little shit here and there to try and pay some bills.

-Best pizza topping?

Bacon!
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-Are any members of the band involved in any other projects right now?
A couple of us actually! Jorge our drummer and I play in a Spanish rock band called Illusion, and Walter plays in a band called Clear.

-Thoughts on all these old hardcore bands reuniting? Into it or total poser move?
Honestly…. That shit happens all the time, it doesn’t really affect me personally! I love playing live all the time, I’m pretty sure I’d be stoked if I got asked to play a show after not playing for a long time, but I can see why some people get a little butthurt over shit like that!

-Tell everyone about the writing process for the songs, how does everything come together?
Come up with some riffs, jam with everyone to see if anyone has any ideas, then somehow shit just starts falling into place, then once we feel like we have a good solid set of songs, we record a record. There’s nothing really “weird” or “crazy” about the process, just a bunch of homies writing a bunch of punk songs!

-What are some of your biggest influences for you when writing new music?
I feel like this band draws a lot from bands like Suicidal Tendencies, Pennywise, Black Flag, Smutt Peddlers, and that good ol’ west coast style!

-I want to thank you for doing the interview, the new album rules, are there any last comments or shout outs for the reader?
Thanks! I’m glad you dig it! Shout out to anyone that ever comes out to our shows, any one the has picked up the new record, and anyone that ever comes up to smoke us out after long days!

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