Dogknights catalog free online

2013-03-30 by DanielNightLewis | 16 Comments
UK based label Dogknights Productions have made a large number of their releases available as "name your price" downloads on band camp. Their catalog includes recordings from Iselia, Foxes, Capacities, We Came Out Like Tigers as well as the anticipated Orchid tribute album and a host of other bands across the spectrum of hardcore sub genres.

Check it out their releases here:

http://dogknightsproductions.bandcamp.com/

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XingKing
March 31st 2013
11130 Comments


That Orchid comp, We Came Out Like Tigers and Beau Navire all rule. Not sure what else is worth getting though

dimsim3478
March 31st 2013
6587 Comments


Iselia, Foxes, the new Old Gray.

Beau Navire's Hours is there but there's only two tracks uploaded for it.

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DanielNightLewis
March 31st 2013
697 Comments


Having pilfered/owned much of this already I believe there is a lot of good stuff on here, The Mire, Ruined Families and Adobe Homes are all good at their respective niches and you could do a hell of a lot worse than checking out the Grappler releases, their new one isn't free but it's streaming and their old one is pretty nifty.

pmmets07
March 31st 2013
5984 Comments


everyone download the You'll Live record now

auberginedreams
March 31st 2013
6081 Comments


the foxes cover of ...and the cat turned to smoke is retardedly good.

sixdegrees
March 31st 2013
19098 Comments


sweet, grabbed the mire, adobe homes, ruined families, iselia, and that orchid comp.

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auberginedreams
March 31st 2013
6081 Comments


that japanese band on there is pretty sweet too.

DanielNightLewis
March 31st 2013
697 Comments


I've been trying to hunt down their full length for a while, the search has so far been fruitless.

F0RBES
March 31st 2013
278 Comments


Grab all the Mahria and Todos Caeran stuff guys! Two super rad local bands and it's nice to see some edmonton emo finally get recognition.

dimsim3478
March 31st 2013
6587 Comments


Oh man, SO MUCH GREAT STUFF SO LITTLE HARD DISK SPACE

XingKing
April 1st 2013
11130 Comments


Thanks for the recs, dudes. Did not disappoint

Rail
April 1st 2013
565 Comments


Picked up the new Capacities, but I'm not really interested in anything else.

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akimbo
April 1st 2013
689 Comments


fuck am i too late? the orchid comp says 5 pounds and i already have the new capacities album. don't want anything else

XingKing
April 1st 2013
11130 Comments


It looks like a lot of the shit isn't free but if you look on their facebook, they say it is. I think it's bugged

dimsim3478
April 1st 2013
6587 Comments


It looks like a lot of the shit isn't free but if you look on their facebook, they say it is. I think it's bugged

Means you're too late. Only so many free d/l's available.

XingKing
April 1st 2013
11130 Comments


^Totally forgot about that



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