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Furious canadian black-death metal ala Behemoth
INFIDEL REICH are something of a cross-continental supergroup, featuring ACHERON founder Vincent Crowley on vocals, early ASPHYX guitarist Tony Brookhuis, prolific drummer Bob Bagchus (ex-Asphyx, Soulburn, Grand Supreme Blood Court etc), and one McNasty on bass. The band released their first recording, the self-titled Infidel Reich EP, in 2017 through HELTER SKELTER, proving that old dogs don’t learn new tricks – because there’s no trickery involved in the INFIDEL REICH!
And prove that they do with their crushing and cantankerous debut album, Reichenstein: an utterly devastating 41 minutes of true “Working-Class Death Metal” victory! A true sum of their all-too-considerable parts, INFIDEL REICH sonically hearken back to the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, influenced as they are by the death metal, punk, and thrash of that era. Mighty names invoked include Carnivore, Venom, Motörhead, Celtic Frost, and S.O.D., but Reichenstein exudes its own unique charm – with the force of a steel-toed boot.
But, let it be known that INFIDEL REICH does not endorse any political, religious, or racial agendas. “We are the voices of reason and truth,” they confidently declare.
Wicked King Wicker is pure doom. Their brand of guttural expression leaves nothing for the listener than the caustic reality of the darkest side of life. It is heavy, barbaric and void of hope. Wicked King Wicker has taken the power of doom metal and added noise to mix to make its point. 'God Is Busy... Save Yourself' is their 6th album, and their first released outside of the U.S. Wicked King Wicker stands alone as the heaviest, most brutal doom imaginable and it may take you places you don't want to go.
Raw yet clear and atmospheric, “Chenosi” is not governed by unfocused aggression. It is organic and thoroughly cohesive, there is a sense of distress, a shadowy aura of discomfort.
Compilation LP of both demos. Raw, intense, noisy.
A5-sized digipak with extended booklet, printed on offset paper
Apokryphon is the new project by Zorgh, Darkspace founding member and bassist. This new band has nothing to do with Darkspace, hence it would be inappropriate to make any kind of comparison between the two. Quite the opposite, after twenty years crafting a certain kind of music (and a certain kind of black metal), the Bern-based musician wanted to explore something different, and this is why you should expect a totally distant approach to both themes and sounds. The multi-instrumentalist even chose a new alias for herself, here going by the name of Ophis.
We asked Ophis herself to express her thoughts about this new adventure she embarked on, which you can read hereunder: Apokryphon literally means "hidden" or "dark" and refers to the apocrypha, old esoteric scriptures written by a variety of people that were either actively hidden or controversial and therefore excluded from public viewing or biblical content, for example. Many of them were found to be heretical, some were related to gnosticism. Many of them were written in the geographical area of the Middle East about 2000 years ago. ”Subterra" thematically relates to themes treated in the apocrypha. Musically, it is rooted in black metal, decorated with oriental spices. It is an expression of my own personal and musical identity and themes that touch me generally. I have chosen to liberally interpret both apocryphal texts and black metal in my very own way. And with "Djinn" I have found the perfect voice to interpret most of the vocal aspects.
After more than a decade of cooperation, at Avantgarde Music we have the utmost respect for the Swiss trio, and when one of the few women in the black metal world expressed her wish to produce an (almost) solo album we knew we wanted to give her our full support before even hearing a single note. Once we had Subterra in our hands, we were but proven right.
We hope you’ll find Apokryphon as interesteing as fascinating as we did. Subterra is scheduled for release on the 14th of February, 2020.
Gatefold cover with A4 sized book insert
Double vinyl in two colors options: smoke gold/black on clear-vinyl (100) or black (200)
(This version: BLACK)
THE HEAVY DEMONS [6x7'' BOX SET + STEVE SYLVESTER’ ACTION FIGURE]
Nuclear War Now! is proud to present the pairing of two of the most abhorrent entities to have hoisted the label’s banner – Perverted Ceremony and Witchcraft (Fin) – with the release of “Nighermancie / Black Candle Invoker.” Each of these two cults is responsible for conjuring some of the most vile and sinister black metal of the current day, and this seven-track split recording reaffirms and further proliferates the starkly unembellished, primordial strain of black metal espoused by each to unmatched effect. The four tracks included from Perverted Ceremony were originally intended to be released as a demo, but it was later decided that they would better serve as the band´s contribution to a split. The term “Nighermancie,” as these four songs are collectively titled, translates from medieval Dutch into “the black arts” or “necromancy.” Admirers of the band’s previous works are sure to be pleased, as the same general recipe of songwriting, execution, and production is once again invoked. Witchcraft, with its offering, has resurrected three songs from a 2017 recording session that include an alternate version of the title track from that same year’s “Diablerie” demo and two previously-unreleased songs. As with the “Diablerie” demo and the more recent “Nightmare Goetia” demo, this recording exemplifies the continued evolution of Witchcraft’s sound, from that which was often described in oversimplified terms as an imitation of one of its primary influences, to one that more diversely reflects the band’s worship of the old Finnish, Brazilian, and Malaysian scenes. Beyond their impact on this release alone, these tracks also serve to increase expectations of what may come when a Witchcraft full-length is finally unleashed. Given the admiration that each of these band had already previously garnered, “Nighermancie / Black Candle Invoker” proves that the outcome of such a seemingly ideal pairing can even surpass its anticipated result.