SPRING / SUMMER 2014 CATALOG ... on Paper!

For those of you who prefer to have a old school paper catalog that you can hold in your hands, or those who don't like to order via the internet - The all new 2014 spring & summer catalog is here. Featuring all those available Ruin Nation Records and Skuld Releases plus a few more.

Email your address for a copy, or through the postal (dis)service:
Ruin Nation Records, P.O. Box  105824, 28258 Bremen, Germany.

Want more? Send 2 IRC's (International Reply Coupons * from post-office!) or some german postal stamps for a catalog, various promo posters, stickers and some more! Thanks!


JUGGLING JUGULARS - Germany / Sweden Dates May 2014!


Tampere's oldest continuously punk band JUGGLING JUGULARS  will tour Germany and Sweden for a handful of dates in May. If you are around, go and catch them at:

May 22, 2014, Cyclopen, Stockholm, SE
May 23, 2014, Veb, Lübeck, DE
May 24, 2014, Alhambra "Break The Silcence" Fest, Oldenburg, DE
May 25, 2014, 128:A, Göteborg, SE

JUGGLING JUGULARS WEBSITE
JUGGLING JUGULARS FACEBOOK

Introducing EXTINCT EXIST.

Hailing from Melbourne, Australia - EXTINCT EXIST is the new project from a motley crew of ex- Nuclear Death Terror & Pisschrist members paying homage to classic UK Stench-Crucial-Crust  just like a thick and heavy breed of Nausea meets Hellshock meets Axegrinder type'o'wall of sound!

The band released a four track demo tape (!) and download via their Bandcamp profile. 
Check it out and be prepared to get blown away!

We where that impressed that we gathered with old friends and gonna release their debut full lengh "Cursed Earth" later this summer as joint between Ruin Nation Records, Skuld Releases & Aborted Society (USA)




STREAM & DOWNLOAD Ruin Nation Releases From Our New Band Camp!

We set up a brand new BANDCAMP page that allows streaming & download of almost all available, and also almost all out of print releases!

With thoughts going back and forth about the odds of including the download function and how to handle it in a fair way as well as offering you the chance to get the music on your ipod or whatever you use..., keeping it all just for free doesn't really pays respect toward the hard work and effort all these bands put into their music and since making music, publishing music also costs a lot of money to keep it running, i guess asking for a bit of support ain't too bad so we can keep our bands running wild. 

Download options now come with a mix of fixed price donations, sliding scale donations, pay what you want options as well as free downloads.

All profits from paid downloads go to those who belong. All profits for releases of bands that don't exist anymore are either transfered to remaining band members or will be collected for solidary usage and benefit support. 

Prices for merchandise that is bought within the bandcamp area includes a free download of the physical vinyl album purchased.