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Comes with insert and OBI.
Gatefold cover, reissue 2020
Second press, now in white vinyl
Since 2007, FAUSTIAN PACT have been one of Finnish black metal's best-kept secrets: "those who know, know." Their first three demos, one following the other between 2008-2010, poignantly presented a magickal, folkloric aspect long missing from serious black metal. They were a band out of time, seemingly - "born too late," not fit for these increasingly modern times. Now, nearly a decade after FAUSTIAN PACT's last demo, this trio of sorcerors bring the past into the present with their LONG-awaited debut album.
BLACK VINYL + INSERTS
Unanimated’s third studio album – finally available again, on both LP and CD! After their legendary 2nd album “Ancient God Of Evil” (1995), one of the best Swedish Melodic Black/Death Metal albums of all time, it took Sweden’s Unanimated 14 years to release another album, and what a beast it turned out to be! “In The Light Of Darkness” (2009) displays the band’s rougher, more brutal side, while still incorporating their trademark sound and addictive songwriting. The album was produced by Tore Stjerna (Watain, Mayhem, Tribulation). It features guest musicians such as Sebastian Ramstedt (Necrophobic, Ex-Nifelheim), Erik Wallin (Merciless) and Set Teitan (Ex-Dissection, Ex-Watain) and the layout was created by Erik Danielsson (Watain), a long time fan and close friend of the band. The 180gr LP contains an unreleased bonus track: a re-recorded version of the song “Blackness of the Fallen Star” which had originally appeared on their debut album “In The Forest Of The Dreaming Dead” (1993). Furthermore the LP features a gatefold sleeve and a 4page booklet containing the lyrics as well as liner notes by Chris Dick (Decibel Magazine, US) based on an interview with bass player and songwriter Richard Cabeza he conducted in 2019.
american shadowy entity. Occult and mystical Raw Black Metal, with a terrific layering of abysmal melodies, for fans of acts such as Grausamkeit, Candelabrum or projects of Cruentus.
Limited to an undisclosed unmber of copies. Pressed on 180g vinyl. Housed in a 350gsm heavy cardstock cover with a 7mm spine. Includes a single-sided, uncoated cartonstock insert.
Sides A and B were originally released as the self-titled demo cassette.
Sides C and D were originally released as the Demo II cassette.
Limited 150 hand-numbered copies. Pressed on 180g . Housed in a 350g envelope-style cardstock jacket with a 5mm spine. Includes ta double-sided cartonstock insert.
Horna – Viha Ja Viikate
Label: Obscure Abhorrence Productions – none
Format: Vinyl, 10", EP, Limited Edition, 33 ⅓ RPM
Profetus - The Sadness of Time Passing (New Full Album) Profetus was formed under the heavy snows of Tampere, Finland in 2006, to perform solemn and mournful, crushing and captivating Funeral Doom - brought to existence by A. Mäkinen & S. Kujansuu. The musical idea was to bring forth their musical love for old Doom Metal and especially to affine the funeral ambience of classic Finnish Funeral Doom acts like Thergothon, Unholy and Skepticism. As a leading frame of their future work, they decided to create the sound without bass guitar and replaced it with organ which would give a monotonous and more majestic background to their slow march. Highly acclaimed by the followers of the funeral cult. The Sadness Of Time Passing is the third full-length studio album by the Finnish band, and is worth every single day of the five long years its creation took. Profetus's third studio album is a concept about time and mortality, a collection of bleak compositions to raise the awareness that everything is transient, all is impermanent. To express such idea, The Sadness Of Time Passing can be linked to the Japanese concept "mono no aware", and such link to the far east is sealed by its cover. The painting by Yuka Yoshihara, talented contemporary Japanese painter, was made using 19th century colors and old Japanese painting techniques to resemble a Finnish romantic, XVII century painting. The Sadness Of Time Passing was composed along a five-year span, a period which carried great personal losses for Mäkinen. Eventually, Profetus locked the door of their own studio, a wooden lodge in the middle of the Finnish woods, and recorded the album as a whole during one week only, in early 2018. The studio, said to be haunted by the spirits of the woods, gave a natural sound to the recordings.