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label: Black Mark
Condition: Second hand
Special nice-price offer!
50 LPs for 342.00€ (once you add the product to your cart the website will automatically discount you 10%)
A lot of 50 vinyls, NEW and unplayed: assorted titles, miscellaneous picks from our general webstore catalog, meaning that you will also find in here products normally on sale at 16.00/20.00€.
We are giving this opportunity only to three customers, there are only 50x3 vinyls available.
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Mordor stands among the first doom metal acts from Poland. The band started in 1990 in Czestochowa and soon became one of leading groups of the Polish doom metal scene of the early 90's.
“Nothing...” is the first official, debut demo material of Mordor that was recorded in 1992 and released the same year on tape by Baron Records. This release presents a mortuary doom metal compositions with an outstanding melodic touch, gothic atmosphere and solid guitar work. “Nothing...” received a lot of positive reviews, not only in Poland, and gave Mordor a good start.
Standard jewelcase with 12 page booklet.
Remastered demo (1992)
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Questa è un'offerta per comprare 10 CD a 45.00€ tratti dal catalogo della label Avantgarde Music
Puoi vedere il dettaglio dei titoli sulla pagina bandcamp dell'etichetta (avantgardemusic.bandcamp.com)
Scegli i 10 titoli dalla seguente lista e mandaci la tua scelta a QUESTO INDIRIZZO EMAIL
A Pale December
Circle of Salt
Dark Sanctuary ("Metal")
Echoes of the Moon
Fifth to Infinity
Nahar ("The strange...")
Nokturnal Depression (Spleen Black Metal)
Progenie Terrestre Pura (starCross) digipack
Sivjy Yar ("from the dead...")
Sivjy Yar ("Burial Shrouds")
One of the cultest and very first Hellenic underground extreme publication restored! The full collection of the two Dyable Autopsy issues published back to 1992 and 1993 including the Melancholy newsletter published in 1995. Dyable Aytopsy started by Vorphalack’s mastermind filled with heavy contribution of the Melancholy Promotion owner. Covered the Death metal underground and the beginning of the 2nd wave of Black metal in its purest form. Melancholy Newsletter was mostly spread for free and was one issue print.
ABIGAIL, ADIPOCERE Rec., AGATHOCLES, ALLEGIANCE, ANARCHUS, ANCIENT RITES, ARMOURED ANGEL, BANISHED, BEHERIT, BLACK CRUCIFIXION, BLOOD, BRAIN DAMAGE, BURIAL, CARCASS, CENOTAPH Rec., DARK TRANQUILITY, DEAD INFECTION, DEADLY DISLOCATED, DECAPITATED Rec., DECAY, DEICIDE, DEMONCY, DISAFFECTED, DISTORTED HARMONY Rec., DOLORES Rec., FAUN, FUNERAL NATION, FUNERAL WINDS, GOREFEST, HAEMORRHAGE, HARD BLAST Rec., HEALER, HOLY Rec., ILLDISPOSED, IMPALED NAZARENE, INCANTATION, LEGION OF DOOM, LUBRICANT, M.B.R. Rec., MALEDICTION, MALEVOLENT CREATION, MASTOMAH, MONSTROSITY, MONUMENTUM, MYSTIC CHARM, MYTHIC, NAPALM DEATH, NECRONOMICON, NIGHTFALL, NO FASHION Rec., NOCTURNAL DEATH, NOCTURNAL RITES, OSMOSE Prod., PREMONITION, RAGE Rec., ROT, ROTTHENNESS Rec., ROTTING CHRIST, SACRAMENTAL SACHEM, SAMAEL, SATHANAS, SCHIZO, SINISTER, SOLEMN, STIGMA, SUPURATION, TEMPERANCE, THANATOS, THE HORDE OF TORMENT, THY SERPENT, ZEPHYROUS
– Hardcover version
– Colored cover
– Limited edition to 110 copies
– Hand Numbered
– 3 restored issues
– 112 thickened written pages
– 75 Interviews
– Tons of reviews
The ultimate old school kult Canadian fanzine with all their 9 issues in another huge tome. The fanzine that was active during 1998 – 2005and published 9 issues in total. A unique publication with wider content, filled among the interviews with tons demo/album/fanzine reviews, horror movies presentations, killer quotes from whole metal scene and even porn actress interviews! A couple issues was out as split zines with another legend activities like Eternal Darkness and Leather ‘n Spikes!
A fanzine with a strong character that had to be reprinted!
“….CA had the slogan “Turning Closemindedness Into An Artform!”. That should give you insight into the intensity I operated with and the lens I viewed the scene through….” Dale (C.A. editor)
Tenebrae, Stratovarius, Scepter, Eternal Darkness, Possession, Infernal Majesty, Arch Enemy, Rotting, Fleshgrind, Sacramentary Abolishment, Gorguts, Intestine / Sick Music, Quo Vadis, Horna, Pentacle, Twisted Tower Dire, Headache Described, Possessed, Lust, Ouroboros, Incantation, Absu, Primal Fear, Drogheda, Metal Mafia fanzine, Unholy Cadaver, Disciples Of Power, Ossuary, Pegazus, October 31, Christy Canyon, Darkthrone, Athotorgh, United Guttural / Fleshgrind, Skinless, Shane’s World, Kaamos, Pagan Records, Immolation, Rites Of Thy Degringolade, Damantion Records, Denial of God, Kim Chambers, Rabaelliun, Dekapitator, Tales of the Macabre, Necrodeath, Chloe & Ruby, Disgorge, Destruktor, Desecration, Nick Scratch, Svartsyn, Hellwitch, Urgrund, Anata, Slaughter, Ancient Rites, Invasion, Blood Storm, Thornspawn, Darkness Eternal, Gospel of the Horns, Bestial Mockery, Leather N’ Spikes, Deeds of Flesh, Grand Belials’s Key / Crucifier, Witchburner / Iron Bonehead rec., Painiak records, Nunslaughter, Blasphemy, Drakkar Productions, Cobalt, Pentagram, Abigail / Barbatos / Cutthroat, Hellfire Prod / Goatfire / Morbid Upheaval, Toxic Holocaust, Funeral Mist, Octagon, Terrorama / I Hate records, Horna, Nocturnal, Mortuary Drape
– all 9 C.A. issues
– 474 pages
– 90+ interviews
– cover by Desmond Sia (Acheron, Impiety, Abazagorath)
– gloss laminate cover finish
– special heavy colored paper on each issue cover
– restored from original copies
– redone from scratch unreadable pages
– limited print run
Official reprint by Fryktos Burnings!
“Underground Never Dies!” chronicles the underground metal explosion of the mid-1980s through early 1990s when a decentralized volunteer force created a parallel music industry for music that had no commercial appeal, but a fervent sense of truth and opposition to some aspects of post-modern civilization.
With over 500 pages of interviews, photos, excerpts from period fanzines and artwork, “Underground Never Dies!” addresses the complex interweaving of bands, fans, zines, promoters, artists and labels that fostered the underground metal movement and allowed it to expand with maximum flexibility.