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Marking 30 years since its original release, a 2021 remaster of the genre-defining debut from Pitchshifter.
Creating stunning concoction of walls of unrelenting primal aggression with a punishingly stark and brutal sound, Pitchshifter had found a highly effective signature sound to build upon when they entered Lion Studios in Leeds, in September 1990 (with Industrial coming together in a mere 72 hour)s. Upon the album's release, the band found supported acts such as Napalm Death and Paradise Lost, and notably caught the attention of John Peel(who invited Pitchshifter to perform a prestigious Peel Session).
CD with a 12 page booklet including lyrics, rare photos, an overview of the early era of the band from Mark Claydon,and an additional interview conducted by writer Kevin Stewart-Panko.
Diabolical Masquerade was the solo-project created by Katatonia's Anders 'Blakkheim' Nyström in 1996, to let off more creative steam away from the gothic/doom metal styling of Katatonia.
Nightwork, DM's third album, was recorded at The Sanctuary in April 1998 and produced by Dan Swan (Opeth, Katatonia) with Blakkheim.
Although a solo-project, Blakkheim enlisted the help of Dan Swan to perform the drums, as well as contributing with some keyboards and backing vocals.
Diabolical Masquerade was based primarily around symphonic/melodic black metal; creating eerie atmospheres through keyboards and utilizing more high energy & technical compositions than those of his main band, with complex patterns of riffs and hooks. This particular album saw a greater integration of synths than previously, to convey a strong horror theme. To further expand this atmosphere, cello and flute were also incorporated.
The second studio opus of meticulously crafted epic Black Metal from Katatonia's Anders ‘Blackheim’ Nyström.
Released in 1997, The Phantom Lodge was the second of four albums from this symphonic extreme Metal solo-project (before the band was ended in September 2004).
Diabolical Masquerade was based primarily around symphonic/melodic Black Metal. Strong atmospheres were created through layered guitar and keyboards (and notably, flute, on this album), and Blackheim’s compositions contained more up tempo and extreme elements than those of Katatonia, with cold, dark riffs with a firm emphasis on mood, given life with strong fantasy-based lyrics.
The Phantom Lodge was a natural progression from debut album Ravendusk In My Heart; delving further into the realm of experimentation and atmospherics.
The album was recorded at Unisound, September 1996 and was produced and mixed by Dan Swano (Opeth, Marduk, Dissection) and Blackheim.
The ambitious Death’s Design was the fourth and final album by Katatonia's Anders 'Blakkheim’ Nyström's Symphonic Extreme Metal solo-project, Diabolical Masquerade.
Containing atmospheric synth and sound effects throughout and featuring the Maalten Quartet (Estonia), Death’s Design offers ab orchestral and epic experience mixed with Black and traditional Metal influences. The album consists of 61 seamlessly flowing segments, grouped into 20 movements.
A highpoint in Blakkheim’s impressive discography.
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