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Marble vinyl, white/lilac color
Dronegaze, Doom, Ambient duet from Sweden, with members of Cripple Black Phoenix and Draconian
2022 reissue - gatefold cover - new vinyl color (sound cave exclusive)
GENOCIDE PACT return with their eponymous new album. An overdose of gut-wrenching Death Metal, Genocide Pact is heavy, engrossing, and undoubtedly brutal. "This album reflects on the feeling of watching the world crumble while dealing with personal tragedy," says guitarist/vocalist Tim Mullaney. True to his word - every track on Genocide Pact is a sonic assault brimming with palpable malaise. From the guttural screams in the album's opener "Led to Extinction", to the driving double bass that carries "Perverse Dominion", and a head rattling low end on "Deprive Degrade" - Genocide Pact is wholly negative Death Metal. The fury behind Genocide Pact captures the band's collective frustrations and personal journeys through these turbulent times.
2021 re-issue, gatefold cover, double LP
Ole Alexander Halstensgård, Kristoffer Rygg, Tore Ylwizaker and Stian Westerhus – went full isolation in their studio below the haunted hill, fantasizing about bygone nights of slasher, exploitation, and giallo. Three or four months went by, the band returned to the living, and sent their radiophonic workshop experiments off to the Dogs of Doom, France, where friend and fellow film freak, Carpenter Brut did a razor-sharp mix before taking it to Thibault Chaumont (Deviant Lab) for the master.
Scary Muzak, on one hand a homage to Carpenter’s themes – five out of twelve tracks are covers whereas the rest comes from the outer realms – and on the other zooming out on the aesthetics of the late ’70s and early ’80s popular culture. It is perhaps the Norwegians’ most hauntological moment, whirling up themes and moods, horrors and mysteries hidden in the foggy back alleys of your youth. Imagine the gloomy siblings of Les Humphries, Gert Wilden, and their respective orchestras, armed to their teeth with synths, pads, FX. Sometimes classy and chilling, other times amusingly smooth and sleazy, and at times outright beautiful in its suspense-filled vigour, Scary Muzak is an inspired, goblinesque addition to the ever-expanding Ulver catalogue. Interior films, remember?
Three years after their full length debut “Saligia” the German black metal warriors Ius Talionis have followed up with a EP titled “Theomorphose”.
Danish black metal project by R., who plays bass for Afsky, now located in Slovakia
Blue vinyl .
Includes print (59cm x 59cm) of the cover artwork
Second full-length album of German black metal collective Dødsdrift.
Ov Shadows is a Black Metal band from Gothenberg, Sweden. Rising from the ashes of "Waning", a band that all four members previously played in, Ov Shadows introduced their sound with the 2016 self-released EP "Monologues" before releasing its first full-length album "The Darkness Between Stars" in 2018.
This summer, Ov Shadows returns with their second full-length and first release on Hypnotic Dirge Records. Entitled "I Djävulens Avbild" (In the Devil's Image), the new record presents Ov Shadows at an unprecedented ferocity and forward-momentum, and apparently very intent on proving that to their listeners immediately, as pummeling drums and a heavy galloping riff fill the speakers within seconds of the opening track "Den Eld Som Tär Och Förvrider."
Throughout "I Djävulens Avbild, the pace hardly ever lets up, instead taking you on an all-out sensory assault. The combination of infectious riffs, recurring hooks, blastbeats, and tortured vocals create an enveloping claustrophobic and dark dissonance, as if a shroud has covered your face and defined forms have turned to shadows. Despite its unrelenting nature, the details really shine through on "I Djävulens Avbild" thanks to its clear production, precise musicianship, and deliberate flow.
An excellent fit for a split release, Cemetery Lights and Regere Sinister measure forces on this excellent half-an-hour conjuration of pure old school Black Metal. Cemetery Lights, the already renowned one-man act from Rhode Island presents here his 4th effort, with an excellent demonstration of italian-inspired necromancy, obscure and rotten death-evokation, with a perfect sense of groove and darkness that will please the fans of Italian masters like Mortuary Drape and Abhor. Regere Sinister, the duo formed by Heidi Kettunen and Hail Conjurer, return after a great demo last year, with a step up on this release. A sound that is still rotten and primitive in it's core, but here matches brilliantly the bizarre and rotten melancholy of Asaradel with the moss-covered mysticism evoked by hellenic legends, Varathron.