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Murky swamp green vinyl, 500 copies only.
Underground death metal legends Abhorrence are back.
Norwegian Urarv (“Ancient Heritage”), is the new project spearheaded by avant-metal stalwart Björn Aldrahn Dencker of DHG and The Deathtrip and Thorns fame.
While Urarv recognizes the ancient heritage of Norwegian black metal, it also tramples across limitations.
At the core of the project lies the idea of experimentation with various unorthodox tunings and curious sounds.
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Vinyl reissue on Iron Bonehead
A conceptual split album between 4 of the most interesting and uprising atmospheric black metal bands with a focus on Earth and Nature
Comes as a Double vinyl limited to a one-off press of 300 copies: 100 in White vinyls / 200 in traditional black vinyl
double LP, classic black vinyl with gatefold cover
Faunalia is Selvans sophomore album, where the band evolved and broadened their sound: their personal take on folk and black metal is now enriched by many unexpected Italian influences. This is why the band chose to define Faunalia “A Dark Italian Opus”: the use of progressive-oriented Hammond organs, synths and neofolk interludes is a heartfelt ode to the Italian musical tradition of the last four decades and more. Black metal mutates and changes and drifts away to reach the shores of orchestral, cinematic music, as Selvans developed long, unpredictable pieces like “Magna Mater, Maior Mons” having in mind both black metal and Ennio Morricone. Yet, the final outcome is surprisingly natural and consistent, something only great artists can obtain through far-fetched experimentation.
Comes as heavy 180g black vinyl in reverse board sleeve with thick insert.
Two of the Netherlands' most innovative black metal bands, Fluisteraars and Turia, have aligned to release a conceptual split album
Both hailing from Gelderland, a more densely forested area of the Netherlands, the bands take inspiration from the regions’ history and their natural surroundings. Conceptually, the album deals with the two primary rivers, the Waal and the Rhine, that mark the area around Arnhem and Nijmegen, their respective hometowns. Highlighting the bonds forged between both bands, the record is called De Oord, an old Dutch word designating the area where two rivers meet.