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Vendita CD - musica Black Metal e Dark estrema
Official re-issue limited to 300 copies on a 2-panel Digipak with a transparent tray on the right panel.Comes with a fold-out (square size 24x24 cm) booklet, including over of the demo, liner notes, photos, flyers, show posters.
Including tracks from the 1989 demo plus 4 bonus from the same recording sessions.
Digipack - Demo 1991
Reissued in a 4-panel Digipak. Comes with a 4x4 poster booklet (24x2cm).
Limited to 300 copies.
Ultimate re-issue on 2-CD containing all the early demos ('84-'86) prior to the 1st album by this mythical US band that played a unique and personal hybrid of primitive Horror Death, Thrash and Black with a totally old school sound and style.
Issued in a 4-panel Digipak with a transparent tray on the right panel. Comes with a fold-out 4-page square (24x24 cm) booklet.
Nightmare Continues - Demo 1986
|Bonus: Unreleased 7" EP - 1986|
A CD that compiles the two EP´s spawned by this up and coming, promising U.S. band so far, previously only available on digital since their late November 2021 release. Acid Birth is an enigmatic two-piece act composed of Morg (guitars, bass, vocals) and Tomb (drums, vocals) that hails from the boggy swamps of New Orleans. Accordingly, their strain of Death/Doom Metal is drenched in miasmatic heaviness, wallowing in slime and emitting a moldy odor that shall delight the most demanding palates. Death and decay finds us all. Iniquitous indulgence taunts our minds. Revel in this savage world of ours amongst the rot and filth that Acid Birth provides. Totally recommended to fans of Mortiferum, Spectral Voice, Gatecreeper, Cerebral Rot, Apparition, Wharflurch...
A CD that compiles the two demos released by this old, obscure Canadian Death Metal band: "Ancestral" (1993) and "Forgotten Survivor" (1994). Ancestral was formed in the summer of 1991 in Montreal, QC, by two friends from high school, namely Marc-Antoine Papineau (drums) and Frédéric St-Marseille (guitar). At first, the two friends were just having fun jamming together, but the more time passed, the more their musical passion grew. They wanted to turn the band into a more serious project, therefore two other school friends joined the band, namely Martin Jetté (bass guitar) and Christian Pocetti (guitar). Shortly after, the lineup was completed with the addition of Daniel Collin (vocals). The band began to rehearse a few songs from other bands, and at the same time they started writing their own material. Being already greatly influenced by European acts such as Entombed, Pestilence and Dismember, but also keeping an eye out on certain U.S. influences (Suffocation among others), and already applying a rather technically sophisticated touch for young rookie musicians, they entered the studio to record their debut, eponymous demo, only a year after the band´s inception. From that moment on, the band gradually began to break into the local Death Metal scene, and shared the stage with acts such as Cryptopsy and Kataklysm, as well as some foreign bands such as Suffocation, Incantation and Macabre. A great friendship between the band members and those of Cryptopsy and Suffocation resulted from those shows, allowing Ancestral to find themselves performing alongside Cryptopsy and Suffocation very often. Keeping a lot of the same influences they displayed on their first demo, but adding the new touch of bands like Dark Tranquility and At The Gates, the band returned to the studio by the end of 1994 and recorded their second and last demo, titled "Forgotten Survivor". Ancestral split up in 1995 following the departure of Daniel Collin.
The impressive debut full-length by this French band. Fall Of Seraphs was summoned in the Bordeaux area, back in 2014, and is comprised of a bunch of active musicians who also play or played in underground acts such as ADX, Manzer, Ossuaire, Simulacre, Ad Patres, Reverence and Quintessence, among many others. In 2017 came the band´s debut EP, "Destroyer of Worlds", followed by a split with their old pals in Trepanator, titled "Incarnation of Torture", released the following year. With those two teasing short-lengths as a foundation, Fall Of Seraphs now bloom into the titan they´ve but hinted at with their imminent debut album, "From Dust to Creation". As before, Fall Of Seraphs´ brand of Death Metal is proudly anchored in the tradition of yore, relying on heaviness, malignancy and non-excessive technicality, shrouded in total and almost palpable blackness, and displaying a remarkable sense of vitality and dynamism that always keeps the listener busy and wondering what´s coming next in their (apparently) everlasting feast of headbang-inducing riffs and sharp-yet-beautifully executed leads. However, where the band break out is the bustling flow in which they dole out their death metalled ruminations. Yes, keenly note flow: for however busy some of these seven compositions seem on the surface, there´s a graceful movement almost at odds with their ultraviolence. Credit that to Fall Of Seraphs´ enviable chops, both as songwriters and especially as musicians; dazzling and dexterous they may be, but they keep it all all-caps Death Metal for the entire 30-minute duration. And the solos: "From Dust to Creation" poignantly proves that this isn´t a lost art in Death Metal after all! "Sublime" or at least "tasteful" are two ways to describe that soloing, but "fucking awesome" might be the most apt! As such, Fall Of Seraphs come highly recommended to maniacs of classic Morbid Angel, Deicide, Vader, Immolation, Krabathor and Angelcorpse. Graced with fittingly cataclysmic cover art courtesy of Erskine Designs, "From Dust to Creation" is a literally massive first full-length bound to create all-devouring waves!