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Red double vinyl in gatefold cover, limited to 500 copies.
Swiss black metal vanguards SCHAMMASCH return with their brand new album 'Hearts Of No Light’, which lays its foundation in the heights of their past work whilst presenting their most flowing and organic approach to date - jet-black at its core whilst vast and expansive in experimentation.
Packaged in a standard jewel case with black tray and 8-page booklet.
Jordsjø is a duo from Oslo, Norway inspired by old horror movies, German 70s synth music, Swedish prog, fantasy novels and Norwegian nature. After three cassette demos, this is what the band considers to be their first “proper” album. With plenty of nods to older (especially Scandinavian) prog, “Jord” is more solid than the band’s previous releases. There’s an underlying theme of alienation, roots and dreams – with an organic and dynamic sound which gives associations to 70s prog, with traces of electronic music and folk. Plenty of flute, guitars and a vast array of vintage synths gives the album a warm and vintage sound, while still sounding fresh and interesting.
The band consists of multiinstrumentalist Håkon Oftung (Tusmørke, Black Magic) and drummer Kristian Frøland.
Tre anni dopo il buon debut “Il Ritorno”, con il quale si erano affacciati sulla scena black, tornano gli italianissimi Nova al loro secondo album
Roman Saenko. The Ukranian multi instrumentalist known predominantly for his folky atmospheric black metal project DRUDKH, HATE FOREST, DARK AGES shaped a project that will stay in the history of experimental Black Metal.
repress for the underground dealers. This album sets a mark to the Black metal scene spiritual evolution.
Show Me A Dinosaur is a heavy post-rock blackgaze band from Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation. This genre-defying band formed in 2010 and released their critically acclaimed debut “Evolvent EP” in 2011 and the dark, brooding masterpiece “Dust” in 2014.
“Solace, understanding, progression, and communion—the essence of such terms musically grace your ears and palpitate your soul… Indefinitely, for fans of Agalloch, Drudkh, Woods of Desolation, Thy Light, Blaze of Sorrow, Elderwind, Váli, and Antestor!”
"The overall atmosphere is somewhat dark and foreboding but somehow comforting at the same time. There is hope in the darkness"
The digipack contains the Ancestors' Age MCD from 2009 and the 2007 Demo, both remastered.
“Corroding Soul” is a mournful thing of beauty, nighttime music for zoning out and getting lost. The snare drum, often the most audibly identifiable element of the song, and a buried lead guitar will serve as your guide. Way down there, beneath the swelling keys, translucent fuzz, and all the other layers of sound, are heavily distorted vocals. Put it all together, and you’re looking at one gorgeous song." - Michael Nelson