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Black Vinyl, Hell’s Fire Records
Release Date 9/11/2020
Limited in 666 copies
Black 12" vinyl (33 rpm) in deluxe gatefold with matt lamination and spot gloss highlight. Includes bonus DVD 'Shipwrecked in Oslo's and 4 page insert.
First pressing 300 copies worldwide. Originally thought of as simply a black metal super group, Norway’s ARCTURUS, had the guts to incorporate traditional melody, keyboards, vocal experimental and melodrama into their sinister theatrics. With this fourth album originally released in 2005, they became the premiere progressive, avant-garde art band.
Black 12" double vinyl (33rpm) in gatefold sleeve, with bonus tracks "Pictish Pride" (AINSHVAL cover) and "Yearning" (unreleased demo track) and printed inner sleeves and poster. First pressing 450 copies worldwide.
Since its inception in 2013, SAOR has continually evolved while remaining boldly faithful to its Scottish heritage. Forged by the vision of the band’s founder Andy Marshall, SAOR (meaning “free” in Scottish Gaelic) has a uniquely expressive approach that dives deep into lyrical themes based on literature, landscapes, history, sorrow, nature, and the majestic mountains of his homeland.
The physical reissue of the acclaimed debut album ‘Roots’ contains the rare bonus tracks "Pictish Pride" (Ainshval cover) and "Yearning" (previoulsy unreleased demo track).
Reissue 2020 in digipack
S. Gronbech is the mysterious mastermind behind KHONSU – named after the falcon headed ancient Egyptian moon-god. His last public appearance was the collaboration with his brother and famous Norwegian guitar hero A. “Obsidian C.” Gronbech on KEEP OF KALESSIN’s highly acclaimed “Reclaim” EP (2003). He is joined by the latter band’s frontman Thebon, who adds his amazing vocal range from the clear and gentle to the venomous and growling. KHONSU excel with heavily slicing and crushing guitars that are delivered with stunning precision and elegance. Massive and thundering keyboards weave dense textures. Metal and Industrial collide to shape dark forms and structures. The band from Trondheim made such a strong impact with their demo that KHONSU was invited to perform at the prestigious Inferno Festival, Oslo. Now their debut “Anomalia” reveals KHONSU’s true strength!
2020 Official reissue in super heavy TRIPLE LP vinyl, with many bonus and king-size booklet
please check details of this very particualr release HERE