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Grinding For Gruel by Golden Pelicans

Golden Pelicans

Grinding For Gruel

***Over the course of the last 8 years, Orlando’s GOLDEN PELICANS have made a compelling case for themselves as one of the planet’s most relentlessly malevolent ensembles, both live and on record. Thankfully, however, this is not an episode of “Hot Bench” and rather than finger-pointing and tearful recriminations, I’ll offer as evidence their succession of titles for the Total Punk and Goner labels with which the quartet of vocalist ERIK GRINCEWICZ, guitarist SCOTT BARNES, bassist SAMMY MENESES and drummer RICH EVANS have made reached American punk’s apex in the 2 thousand teens more than once (like goalposts, the thing moves around a bit). On the band’s 2019 entry, Grinding For Gruel, recorded by RYAN BELL of GG King / Predator, Grinewicz’ fatalism and Barnes’ not-nearly-heralded-enough virtuosity are captured with the sort of chromatic sheen that would’ve at one time been considered unthinkable (well, before electricity was invented, anyway). Is this the finest, most fully-realized Golden Pelicans release to date?

LP $17.75


12XU 118-1 

Disciples Of Blood by Golden Pelicans

Golden Pelicans

Disciples Of Blood

The third thug rock masterpiece from these Orlando miscreants lays waste to the land with gruff voice and loud, raw guitar backed by in-pocket bass and drums. As of late, their boot-stomp beat has been ringing true across the land—born of Slade and AC/DC, Rose Tattoo and Coloured Balls, it’s the sound shared by punkers Slaughter And The Dogs and modern acts such as Melbourne’s Power. Golden Pelicans blends this blast with only the strongest essences of punk, hardcore, and metal on Disciples Of Blood, their latest album. Guitar attack has been given more space to do its damage, and the band moves into a new, even more aggressive direction. Check out the cover, once again by Mac Blackout—this time the mayhem has been taken from black and white into full-color carnage. Just as their live shows are guaranteed ceiling-breakers, this album rages from note one to note last, perfect to accompany late-night speeding through residential back alleys, smashing bottles and crashing into trash cans. “Break the cosmos, with your mind!” seems an appropriate and possible goal when screamed at you by vocalist Erik Grincewicz. And remember... it ain’t psychedelic until you kill someone, and this record is psychedelic as hell.

LP $16.00

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CD $12.00

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MP3 $7.99

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FLAC $8.99

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Oldest Ride Longest Line by Golden Pelicans

Golden Pelicans

Oldest Ride Longest Line
Total Punk

***"After making a run at the heavyweight championship of the punk rock world with their debut long player back in 2014, the GOLDEN PELICANS are back with a new 12”—and this time they’re determined to take the belt back to Orlando. On Oldest Ride, Longest Line the Pelicans bolster their patented thug punk attack with monstrous riffs straight out of the seventies Aussie hard rock playbook. Think of an alternate reality where Black Flag got stuck on Rose Tattoo instead of Black Sabbath and you’re almost there. However, like any veteran of the ring, the Pelicans are more than just a bunch of one-move jabronies. Sure, the nine songs on this record seethe with an aggressive swagger guaranteed to put hair on your chest, but these guys have the brains to meld their tough-guy bravado to the type of memorable hooks that serve as the backbone for all the best punk rock. The result is a non-stop rager that rips from start to finish. If you are a TOTAL PUNK who enjoys the finer things in life like shotgunning beers, the X-Spurts album, and Scott Steiner promos, then learn to love the Golden Pelicans, because they may just be the best band around. Limited to 500 copies with silkscreened covers featuring a killer design by Mac Blackout."—Steve Borchardt. Edition of 500 copies with silkscreened jackets.

LP $14.25



BACK IN STOCK!!! Remember your creepy uncle that lived in your grandma’s basement and always snuck you beers at Thanksgiving while regaling you with tales of all the trouble he got into at high school and how “bad ass” everything was when he was growing up. Well imagine him and all his derelict buddies formed a punk band. THE GOLDEN PELICANS are that band and after three singles they are back with their first 12-inch. Eight blasts of raging riff heavy punk action clocking in at just over 14 minutes and 100% TOTAL PUNK. Edition of 500 copies in silkscreened jackets.

12" $14.00


TPR 104