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etichetta: Inferna profundus
formato: DIGI CD
Official release approved by the band. Live Norrköping, Sweden, 1993.
Released as 4 panel digipack with embossing. Limited edition.
Limited to 300 copies!
GATEFOLD CLEAR 2LP & POSTER
Formed in 1990, Sweden’s MARDUK are not only one of the most long running and respected black metal acts out there, but also one of the most productive. Even thirteen albums into their storied career, the quartet have never ever delivered a weak album and never wavered from their path of utter blasphemy and misanthropic contempt. Now, Century Media Records and the band are re-visiting various much sought after titles from their vast catalogue: 2004’s “Plague Angel” was the first release featuring current vocalist Mortuus (Funeral Mist, Triumphator) who played a pivotal role in MARDUK’s reinvigoration after the departure of previous singer Legion. He brought a new level of vocal and lyrical intensity plus a frightening stage presence into the game catapulting the group to new heights. The latter is perfectly presented on the merciless live album “Warschau”, recorded in 2005, as well as on such monumental studio albums like “Rom 5:12” (2007) and “Wormwood” (2009), which will now be returning on vinyl in 2018 with various extras. From the original 2LP edition sprawled over 4 sides, “Rom 5:12” was worked into a 3-sided version to allow a better listening flow and not disrupt intros/interludes. The D-side now features an etching! While going through possible additional material for the “Wormwood” album, the band discovered a fully mastered track called “Shadow Comes”, which was supposed to be a bonus track but remained unused. Now, it will be finally made available! All reissues come on 180 gram heavy vinyl in a Gatefold sleeve with poster, and have been mastered for vinyl by Patrick W. Engel / Temple Of Disharmony.
After the much-lauded, diabolical 2012 album “Serpent Sermon”, Sweden's legendary MARDUK return with their first entirely war-themed opus since 1999's “Panzer Division Marduk”. Dubbed “Frontschwein”, this is nothing but a raw and intense bombardment of pure black metal!
Re-issue, CD jewelcase, 28 page booklet on 135g art paper.
Osmose Productions in cooperation with Blooddawn Productions are proud to present the reissue of Marduk's classic live album Germania! Recorded back in 1996 and being one if the first extreme metal live album being done!
Original released in 1997 and since long sold out and out of print. When released creating havoc with its intense power and ferocity!
Now brought for in a Nov 2019 re-mastered version ready to be available again on digital forum as well as on cd and lp! Death to peace!
Limited edition of 400 copies on black vinyl.
-Double LP in gatefold
-printed inner sleeves
CD version (limited first press of 1000 copies):
-exclusive mini-gatefold, printed on uncoated matt 240gsm paper
-printed inner sleeve
-8 page booklet
Live December 12th, Essen Germany 2001.
-Exclusive die-cut 4-color matt paper LP sleeve
-180g picture LP
-including A1 size poster
-strictly limited to 500 hand numbered copies
Reprint, 300 x silver/ultra clear marble 12" (180g) in a black poly-lined innerbag, gatefold, full-color on 350g with gloss lamination, all assembled in a PVC overbag.
The album, the band's 12th full-length release, is a testament to their burning desire to create blackened metal of the highest order. A concept album of sorts, Serpent Sermon is an unadulterated attack on all that is good, casting a heavy pall over light and love. Morgan offers, “The lyrics should speak to everybody, to realize the power contained within. Just let it embrace you and the journey has begun!” That journey is a deep one that plumbs the very depths of Hell as guitars rip and shred, drums thunder and the low end bass pulls at the very bowels of the soul. “As long as we have the desire and burning ambition to spread the message we will continue to be the servants of a higher cause and keep delivering blood, fire and death to the world!”
Re-issue, 4 panel Digipack, black flooded inside, 28 page booklet on 135g art paper.
“La Grande Danse Macabre” album (2001), which presents a more varied and darker approach compared to the Swedish black metal titans' usual blastbeat-driven full on assault. Created in close cooperation with the band, this re-release features remastered sound (done by bassist Devo Andersson), detailed liner notes, unpublished photos, revamped artwork by Death Wolf vocalist Maelstrom and bonus material on the CD version: a cover version of “Samhain” (originally by pre-DANZIG punk outfit SAMHAIN) and all three tracks from the “Obedience” EP (2000). Expect nothing but perfect extreme black metal pleasure!
Re-issue, CD jewelcase with 20 page booklet on 135g art paper.