Decibel: Only Print is Real....

New article up on the website and in the recent print version of Decibel Magazine about the resurgence of historicization in extreme music. Some interviews in here by Tom G Warrior, Jason Netherton (of Misery Index/Asphalt Graves fame), and some tidbits here and there by myself. Decibel has always supported the label and the bands on it, reviewed new releases, written about things going on and have all around good people to us. To boot, this article is penned by Kevin Stewart Panko of Do You Have Anything to Declare? book that Vitriol released a few year back. Check it out. 



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Repress of Graf Orlock's "Destination Time Yesterday"

The moronic endeavor that started the Gorlock trilogy and eventually led to some of the most ridiculous ideas this side of hardcore, this thing is coming back. Originally released in 2006 on Level-Plane Records (before it ceased to exist and disappeared into the ether), there were some represses and maybe others we weren't even told about. In the interim 11 years we made this label so we don't have to have anyone else put out anything ever.  This is celebratory in other ways as well as this will be 50th Vitriol release, which is something special for those of us who through stupid, unquenchable drive refuse to give up regardless of the financial pitfalls. Since June 2009, 50 7"s, books, LPs, Cds, Tapes and whatever the shit else has been put out for better or worse. In terms of documentation and historicism, wow that's cool; in terms of anything else, i guess it's fine. So, more details coming soon about this thing, talking about doing some shows with the whole record and all that, including a typical Graffle for record release fun. Keep your eyes open, etc. More regional shows coming to other areas of the US including the midwest and NW when we feel like it.

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