Vinyl LP pressing. Constant Mongrel's debut Everything Went Wrong (co-released by RIP Society and 80/81 Records) made every Best of 2012 list worth it's salt. And why not? Combining tempered agro, churning rhythms and dead-on percussive splat, their rookie effort shows a band on the cusp of break out. And on Heavy Breathing, Constant Mongrel pulverizes the door into dust, so parents take heed: lock up your sons 'n' daughters! Beginning with the jarringly great 'Complete,; this post-punk art damage spares no one, not even themselves. With eight tracks that smolder, crackle and snap, Heavy Breathing is yet another plumed feather in Constant Mongrel's cap, sitting them - in terms of magnitude and diversity - alongside fellow Aussie gristle slingers such as X, Babeez and Seems Twice. Heavy Breathing is sure to be another top corker for 2013. And beyond.
In the Courts
Perks and the Thrills (Pills)
Under Collar (Little Boys)
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.