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FALKENBACH were originally conceived as a solo-project by Vratyas Vakyas and officially came into being with the "Læknishendr" demo in 1995. The first regular full-length under the banner FALKENBACH appeared in 1996 with the Icelandic title " …En their medh riki fara…" (1996). The extremely atmospheric album supported by keyboard and acoustic guitar was obviously influenced both by the Bathory classics "Blood Fire Death" and "Hammerheart" as well as the rising Nordic black metal tide. " …En their medh riki fara…" quickly gained cult status in the blackened pagan metal scene and still maintains a raw, emotional charm today.
Limited Edition, Orange Transparent
FALKENBACH were originally conceived as a solo-project by Vratyas Vakyas and officially came into being with the "Læknishendr" demo in 1995. After the interlude of their fourth album, which partly featured reworked earlier material, the next full-length from the German composer and multi-instrumentalist who was again joined by musicians appeared to be a summary of all the elements from his previous works. "Tiurida" (2011) put the emphasis on the band's epic melodic pagan metal side, which was generously spiced with some earlier black metal elements. The album still evokes an overall impression of confident and experienced songwriting. FALKENBACH had reached the point where they not only exactly knew their musical destination but also how to get there.
Limited Edition, Reissue, Sun Yellow
FALKENBACH were originally conceived as a solo-project by Vratyas Vakyas and officially came into being with the "Læknishendr" demo in 1995. With the fourth full-length, "Heralding – The Fireblade" (2005), the German released material that was originally intended for the debut album, but due to production issues got delayed and later re-worked. This meant a somewhat hybrid album that to the delight of their early fans had more of the black spirit of the legendary first full-length " …En their medh riki fara…" (1996), but also featured the matured pagan metal sound, which FALKENBACH had gained over the course of the following two albums.
Limited Edition, Brick Red
2-LP Gatefold | Turquoise
The White Goddess by Atlantean Kodex is one of those albums that comes around every so often which, thanks to label affiliation, press buzz or a combination of the two, reaches a wide audience of people who ordinarily wouldn’t listen to anything like it. Atlantean Kodex play German power metal, full stop.
1st press of 250 copies on black vinyl with 3mm jacket and 12" insert.
Red Transparent Vinyl
The new album from death metal outfit Of Feather And Bone, Sulfuric Disintegration, sees the Colorado power-trio deliver their most brutal, dynamic, and punishing album to date. This follows up 2018’s Bestial Hymns Of Perversion, an album which signaled a new paradigm shift and saw the band, through their devastating live performances, get the worthwhile recognition they deserved, with acclaim and notable touring cycles following. This brought a new sense of awareness to the band. Sulfuric Disintegration takes that intensity and aura to the next level. While not only delivering a more dynamic and complex musical vision that balances the genres of pure dark death metal, blistering grind, and unrelenting bestial metal, Sulfuric Disintegration sees Of Feather And Bone become the full-on sonic killing machine that one was given a mere glimpse of with their past works. Not only is the sound here more devastating than anything done previously, but the tighter and warmer production, courtesy of a lethal mix and master executed by Arthur Rizk (tracking was done at Juggernaut Audio by Ben Romsdahl), gives the band their deadliest sounding album yet
Debut LP from Italian mystical dark death metal destroyers Hadit-an impenetrable and baneful extreme metal hallucination shrouded in mysticism and cosmological occultism, that plumbs the depths of the darkest and most abysmal death and black metal influences include Inquisition, Archgoat, Dread Congregation, Incantation, Morbid Angel, Immolation.
Comes with a digital download
Double LP with a silkscreened D-side. Housed in a gatefold jacket.
Side A was originally released on the Screaming For Grace split CD with Abigail. Recorded 30/31-7-1994 at Via Ritmo Studio Rotterdam.
Side B was originally released as the Thy Eternal Flame 7" EP. Recorded 30/31-7-1994 at Via Ritmo Studio.
Side C was originally released as the Resurrection... demo cassette. Tracks C1 to C3 were recorded and mixed at Via Ritmo Studios in Rotterdam 11-9-1993. Tracks C4 and C5 were recorded live at Baroeg, Rotterdam 28-8-93.
Includes a professionally printed, semi-glossy, double-sided, 12x12" insert.
Tracks A1 to A5 were originally released as La Majesté Infernable (Demo '93) cassette. Recorded 27-2-1993 at t' Repetitiehuis, Vlaardingen.
Tracks B1 and B2 were originally released (with an intro not included here) as the Reh./Demo '92 cassette. Recorded 22-12'92 at t' Repetitiehuis, Vlaardingen.
Track B3 was originally released on the Teach Your Soul With Fire compilation cassette. Soundboard recording live at Baroeg in 1993.
Track B4 is a previously unreleased track from the 1995 Godslayer XUL studio recording session, the last recording with Gorgoroth on vocals. Gorgoroth was removed from the line-up during the recordings of the Godslayer XUL album.
VOUNA "Atropos" 2xLP comes in a gatefold jacket with gold printing, a designed inner sleeve, and a download card. This is the black vinyl edition.
VOUNA is the project of multi-instrumentalist and composer Yianna Bekris. With her second full-length album “Atropos”, she unveils a towering and singular doom metal wonder in a unique visioning reminiscent of My Dying Bride, Paradise Lost, and Evoken. Upon the thick foundation of doom, multiple musical textures intertwine into her sound: atmospheric black metal, dungeon synth, darkwave, film scores, and rebetiko. It is through these woven sonic tapestries that Bekris creates vivid atmospheres expressing the myriad emotions surrounding death, mourning, and suicidal ideation. “Atropos”, named for the Greek fate who cut the thread of life thus determining the final fate for mortals, not only conveys the inevitability of death, but also explores its contrasting and dynamic nature through immersive compositions representing despair, loneliness, anxiety, peace, and dignity.