Dedicated to the marginalized, the peripheral, and the isolated.

Born in Birmingham, Alabama
UPDATE 9/21/14

Happy to announce that the Amulets/Churchdweller split cassette tape is available for purchase in our webstore. It took a little longer to get here than usual, but it’s here and it is incredible. 

New releases coming up later this month include : 
Raw Blow - Slow Choke CS EP (listen to the title track here)
Socialite - I SEE YOU / I DON’T CARE CS EP (listen to the EP here)

We will be posting up a label table at FYA FEST in Orlando where we will have new and old releases, shirts, patches, and other ephemera.

All available releases are for sale at Seasick Records in Birmingham. Here’s a peek at the display and a preview of the shirt we will be listing in the webstore shortly.

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Raw Blow title track from the upcoming EP “Slow Choke” available next month on cassette via Social Cancer.

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New Woozy song from the 4-way split premiered over at Brooklyn Vegan. 

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The Ex-Breathers/Ovlov/Woozy/Gnarwhal split is finally seeing the light of day. The first song to premier (via Sterogum) is Ovlov’s “The Great Ohmu”. Pre-orders for the vinyl are up now at the Community Records Webstore. The tape version of this is in and ready to go, but orders for the split won’t be up until the vinyl is for officially ready for distribution. We will have some copies of the vinyl in our webstore as well. Cheers!

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Social Cancer / Seasick Records

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Back patches and shirts on the way courtesy of New Republic. Webstore to be updated soon.

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A monstrous collaboration of intense sound and desperation from Amulets and Churchdweller. These tapes will be available for purchase within the next month. For now, you are welcome to stream it over at the Social Cancer bandcamp page. 

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Mark Plasma’s EP Embrace Technology just shipped today so we should be seeing these tapes very soon. It will be up in our webstore as soon as we get them. For now enjoy the truly insane stylings of Mark Plasma on the Social Cancer bandcamp page.

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