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Sargent House was built from the ground up to be a different label and since it’s launch in 2006, it has proven successful in this mission with each new release.

Their diversity is as impressive as their consistency, releasing important albums from some of the best bands in a number of genres. We couldn’t be more excited to feature 10 albums hand-selected for this Drop by the team at Sargent House for you to add to your collection.

The Breakdown Artists represented in this bundle take home about 70% of your purchase!
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Russian Circles
Memorial

"The result of this incredible journey, Memorial, is the first landmark post-metal release since Isis’ Panopticon, Russian Circles’ greatest achievement, and unquestioningly one of 2013’s true artistic masterpieces.”
– Pop Matters

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  • 1. Memoriam
  • 2. Deficit
  • 3. 1777
  • 4. Cheyenne
  • 5. Burial
  • 6. Ethel
  • 7. Lebaron
  • 8. Memorial (ft. Chelsea Wolfe)
Chelsea Wolfe
Apokalypsis

“Across the album, minor keys drift through hypnotic, ambient noise before plunging into churning distortion. The record’s most captivating tracks, like “Pale On Pale,” slow things down, sinisterly building with each heave and lurch, like the musical equivalent of throbbing hot coals.”
– AV CLUB

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  • 1. Primal/Carnal
  • 2. Mer
  • 3. Tracks (Tall Bodies)
  • 4. Demons
  • 5. Movie Screen
  • 6. The Wasteland
  • 7. Moses
  • 8. Friedrichshain
  • 9. Pale On Pale
  • 10. To The Forest, Towards The Sea
Tera Melos
X’ed Out

“Tera Melos appear to be relishing the opportunity to encounter new difficulties; whereas jamming a 7/4 riff against a 12/8 backbeat is a puzzle that can be solved with enough effort, the stuff X'ed Out goes for is sparked by the metaphysical-- ingenuity and serendipity.”
– Pitchfork

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  • 1. Weird Circles
  • 2. New Chlorine
  • 3. Bite
  • 4. Snake Lake
  • 5. Sunburn
  • 6. Melody Nine
  • 7. No Phase
  • 8. Tropic Lame
  • 9. Slimed
  • 10. Until Lufthansa
  • 11. Surf Nazis
  • 12. X’ed Out and Tired
Adebisi Shank
This Is The Third Album of A Band Called Adebisi Shank

“With This is the Third Album of a Band Called Adebisi Shank, the band utilizes electronic elements to the extreme, but in such a way that still feels familiar.”
– Sputnik Music

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  • 1. World in Harmony
  • 2. Big Unit
  • 3. Turnaround
  • 4. Mazel Tov
  • 5. Thundertruth
  • 6. Sensation
  • 7. Chaos Emeralds
  • 8. Voodoo Vision
  • 9. (Trio Always)
Helms Alee
Sleepwalking Sailors

“There is bracing post-hardcore and primeval indie rock, soporific drift and phosphorescent post-rock. All of those elements weren’t split into songs of their own so much as crammed into the same space, like strangers compelled into roommate status. On those first two records, Helms Alee felt like an intriguing collective caught up in a particular post-everything moment, more focused on the possibilities than the power of what they were making.”
– Pitchfork

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  • 1. Pleasure Center
  • 2. Tumescence
  • 3. Pinniped
  • 4. Dangling Modifiers
  • 5. Heavy Worm Burden
  • 6. Crystal Gale
  • 7. New West
  • 8. Fetus. Carcass.
  • 9. Slow Beef
  • 10. Animatronic Bionic
  • 11. Dodge The Lightning
Marriages
Kitsune

“Marriages has put out one of the strongest debuts of 2012. Those looking for an album to drown your senses into for the full ride should at least give Kitsune one listen.”
– Absolute Punk

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  • 1. Ride In My Place
  • 2. Body of Shade
  • 3. Ten Tiny Fingers
  • 4. Pelt
  • 5. White Shape
  • 6. Part the Dark Again
Mutoid Man
Helium Head

"Have you heard of Mutoid Man? Hopefully you have. If not, chances are you'll at least be familiar with the nucleus of their lineup - namely, Stephen Brodsky of Cave In and Ben Koller of Converge.”
– Lambgoat

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  • 1. Gnarcissist
  • 2. Scavengers
  • 3. Scrape the Walls
  • 4. Friday the 13/8
  • 5. Sacriledge
  • 6. Lost in the Hive
  • 7. Friday The 13/8
Indian Handcrafts
Civil Disobedience for Losers

“The Canadian duo's Sargent House debut, Civil Disobedience For Losers, a ferocious full-length unveiling recorded with Melvins drummers Dale Crover and Coady Willis as well as their longtime producer Toshi Kasai.”
– SPIN

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  • 1. Bruce Lee
  • 2. Red Action
  • 3. Starcraft
  • 4. Zombies
  • 5. Worm In My Stomach
  • 6. Terminal Horse
  • 7. Coming Home
  • 8. Centauri Teenage Riot
  • 9. Truck Mouth
  • 10. The Jerk
  • 11. Lion at the Door
Emma Ruth Rundle
Some Heavy Ocean

“The biggest leap found on Some Heavy Ocean is Rundle’s voice. On “Shadows of My Name,” her reverb-shrouded vocals dart in and out of the mix, flashing fragments of language rather than distinct lines; in the chorus, she works herself up into nerve-pinching growl that’s recalls Björk at her most unhinged.”
– Pitchfork

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  • 1. Some Heavy Ocean
  • 2. Shadows of My Name
  • 3. Your Card the Sun
  • 4. Run Forever
  • 5. Haunted Houses
  • 6. Arms I Know So Well
  • 7. Oh Sarah
  • 8. Savage Saint
  • 9. We Are All Ghosts
  • 10. Living With The Black Dog
Mylets
Retcon

"Ultimately, Retcon proves to be an interesting and thoroughly enjoyable record. The individual songs are all unique, but there is a strong sense of consistency throughout. The songwriting is unconventional and complex, but many tracks still manage to be downright catchy. The album is great by itself, and, when you consider it’s just the work of one teenager, it’s simply stunning.”
– Mind Equals Blown

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  • 1. Seven Diamonds Plus One
  • 2. Easy 80s
  • 3. Marikoriko Pond
  • 4. Hungover Tehran
  • 5. Daniel Victory Jones
  • 6. A Itch
  • 7. Solid Gold Modesty Machine
  • 8. Cate B / Tuition
  • 9. Self-Help
  • 10. Cartilage Colosseum