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4th press for this multi-editions selling debut album by Selvans
now in digipack format!
Malefic, raw Black Metal, previously released by Perverse Homage and Temple of Wounds. Pro-pressed CD, limited to 100 handnumbered copies.
Candelabrum is back with a new album. Keyboard driven Black Metal from beyond.
Jewel case CD version.
Limited Underground release of Via Sinistra s/t debut tape, with 4/5 bonus tracks
new edition in digipack and revised artwork
Digipak CD of Vaeok's debut mini album.
A duo whose members currently hail from such highly regarded hordes as SARGEIST, Kult ov Azazel, Nightbringer, ADAESTUO, and Demoncy among others, VAEOK nevertheless emits its own nightsky majesty and mysticism.
Exclusive digipak double-CD (one disc per band)
A special split album between America’s IMPRECATION and Greece’s BLACK BLOOD INVOCATION
Truly titled, Diabolical Flames of the Ascended Plague brings together two of the most bestial death metal cults of the modern era. IMPRECATION, of course, fought the good fight for most of the ‘90s, crafting a handful of now-classic EPs and demos that displayed their vision as being decades ahead of the game. Reinvigorated in 2009, IMPRECATION have only continued to get better and better, belying their veteran status as band: most their age wimp out, but not these Satanic Texas warlords! Here, they deliver two exclusive tracks (plus mystical outro) which hammer and slice, doom and dredge, whipping forth a maniacal warlust that’s as black and bewitching as it comes. Of especial note is a rerecording of the 1994 track “Emperor of Infernal Spirits,” which features guest vocals by Seth Decay of Ritual Decay and Morbus 666.
INFIDEL REICH are something of a cross-continental supergroup, featuring ACHERON founder Vincent Crowley on vocals, early ASPHYX guitarist Tony Brookhuis, prolific drummer Bob Bagchus (ex-Asphyx, Soulburn, Grand Supreme Blood Court etc), and one McNasty on bass. The band released their first recording, the self-titled Infidel Reich EP, in 2017 through HELTER SKELTER, proving that old dogs don’t learn new tricks – because there’s no trickery involved in the INFIDEL REICH!
And prove that they do with their crushing and cantankerous debut album, Reichenstein: an utterly devastating 41 minutes of true “Working-Class Death Metal” victory! A true sum of their all-too-considerable parts, INFIDEL REICH sonically hearken back to the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, influenced as they are by the death metal, punk, and thrash of that era. Mighty names invoked include Carnivore, Venom, Motörhead, Celtic Frost, and S.O.D., but Reichenstein exudes its own unique charm – with the force of a steel-toed boot.
But, let it be known that INFIDEL REICH does not endorse any political, religious, or racial agendas. “We are the voices of reason and truth,” they confidently declare.