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“Into the Arms of Darkness”, Marche Funèbre's third album, is a stepping stone in the band's discography. It combines a massive production with matured song writing, polished through the years while preserving the same passion and energy as ever. Compared to band's previous work, the new material also incorporates additional Black and Post-Black Metal influences.
Following the acclaimed Of Ash and Dying Light split album of 2015, Canadian Prairies doom metal juggernaut Altars of Grief is back with Iris, a second full length album of devastating proportions. This new blackened doom offering introduces new levels of dynamics and textures, and while it is the more accomplished work from the Saskatchewan band to date, it also carries the darkness and light personality that Altars of Grief developed since 2013. On Iris, melancholy and storytelling reaches new depths of beauty and sorrow. Containing equal appeal and oppression in its aesthetic, this new album will raise the bar for Canadian Doom-Death.
Coming off the heels of their latest full-length album “Le passage des glaciers”, this fall the Canadian Death-Doom act Norilsk returns with a collection of new material linked in concept with its previous full-length while also showcasing Norilsk’s more collaborative and multi-faceted nature. It retains the band's signature sound developed on its two full-length albums, and brings forward further openness to an array of doom-related influences.
Odradek Room, a progressive metal band with doom elements returns this autumn with their follow-up to their mature and intelligent debut album “Bardo. Relative Reality.” released in 2013. A four piece located in Mariupol, Ukraine, Odradek Room (named after Franz Kafka's short story The Cares of a Family Man ) uses doom metal as a base, but explores other musical genres (post metal) to paint a rich palette of texture and atmosphere.
Bestial Invasion of Hell demo on CD
One of the leading German thrash metal band is without doubt Destruction. Together with Kreator, Tankard and Sodom they are the known as The Big Teutonic 4. In their very early days the young musicians were Inspired by Iron Maiden, Mercyful Fate, Motörhead and Venom. Destruction were formed as Knight of Demon in 1982. They changed their name to Destruction the same year. The original Destruction line-up featured vocalist and bassist Schmier, drummer Tommy Sandmann and guitarist Mike Sifringer. In August 1984 Destruction released their debut demo ?Bestial Invasion of Hell?. After the debut demo release, Destruction signed a deal with Steamhammer and released the cult EP ?Sentence of Death? the same year. The demo recordings are completely remasterd by Patrick Engel (Asphyx, Possessed, Sodom). The booklet contains many rare picture and extensive liner notes by all three original bandmembers and Frank Stover from Voices from the Darkside 'zine.
It's unbelievable how a band like Outrage from Germany hadn't been given the credit they truly deserve. Formed in 1983, together with SLAUGHTER they have been among the very first bands showing such a strong HELLHAMMER/CELTIC FROST influence combined with a raw thrash/black attack in the vein of early SODOM. This CD features their two 1985 demos in their entirety. They have broken up in 1987 after two more demos and have remained buried by time and dust till their reformation in 2004. Along with POISON this is a teutonic gem that must be present in your collection.
Complete discography re-issue of Florida’s SICKNESS, 22 tracks in total! Featuring Gus Rios from GRUESOME on drums. Featuring Upon Infliction/ex Malevolent Creation vocalist Kyle Symon
Cold, grim and fast Norwegian Black Metal in the 90's way. For fans of old stuff of Mayhem, Dhodheimsgard, and with some similitudes with Kampfar, Satyricon and Isvind