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Vendita DVD e video - musica Black Metal e Dark estrema
High Roller Records, slipcase, 2 booklets (8 pages & 24 pages), bonus DVD "Heavy Metal Battle 1986", Cassette transfer, audio restoration and mastering by Patrick W. Engel at TEMPLE OF DISHARMONY in November 2020 / January 2022.
Home-made d.i.y. release made by Occultus himself, DVD-ROM in 33 copies (numbered!) including Live 12/10/1990 and an audio section with the glorious Occultus Brujeria demo (by name Abhorrent)
Note this is a band's private edition, with color xerox sleeve and dubbed on DVD ROM
CD - Ltd. CD+Blu-ray Digipak
Spawned in the Fall of 2011, Cosmic Death Metal initiates BLOOD INCANTATION, spent the past decade establishing a reputation for creating powerful Athmospheric Death Metal with progressive elements, while gradually incorporating more Psychedelic & Ambient components with each new release. The inevitable zenith of these increasingly exploratory excursions was finally reached during the summer of 2021 and captured once again on analog tape at World Famous Studios in Denver, Colorado. Epitomizing their Cosmic essence and Experimental nature, this new recording reveals an alternate dimension for experiencing the mind-bending songwriting of BLOOD INCANTATION´s dense & otherworldly sonic landscapes: Beyond the limitations of genre and free to travel among the stars. Echoes of TANGERINE DREAM, PINK FLOYD, LUSTMORD, POPOL VUH & DEAD CAN DANCE synthesize in an archaic planetarium soundtrack, taking the listener on a cinematic journey through the Stargate, into the vast darkness of Outer Space, and beyond the infinite transcendental luminosity of the Mind´s Eye.
Solbrud is known for performing at unique locations, with special care for lights and props, which now results in ‘Levende I Brønshøj Vandtårn’; a carefully curated live double album and video. Recorded inside Brønshøj Water Tower in Copenhagen at two totally sold-out nights. The tower is known for its brutalist architecture and unique acoustics – 15 seconds of natural reverb, which creates a fitting atmospheric backdrop for the monumental sound of the band. On top of that, the tower was freezing cold, amplifying the nature of the music.
The full concert consists of 8 tracks, including songs from all three previous Solbrud albums. Some have been rearranged, taking the special acoustics into account, while others blast through in their original form. In addition to their set, the new song ‘Sjæleskrig’ was added to their setlist, which resonates hauntingly in the great tower’s reverberance.
‘Levende I Brønshøj Vandtårn’ was recorded on November 23rd and 24th 2019 and mixed by Marcus Ferreira Larsen (Demon Head) at No Master's Voice. Mastered by Flemming Rasmussen (Metallica, Morbid Angel, Rainbow, etc.) at Sweet Silence Studios.
The human race is doomed and only death is real. 2020 was that kind of year. And now, to noisily emphasise that oblivion is definitely coming, the mighty ASPHYX are back with a brand new album and another blizzard of mortality-threatening riffs.
Katatonia - captured during the band's 2020 lockdown session - perform an extensive 88-minute set of fan favourites spanning two decades of material.
Limited 2CD/DVD set.
2020 saw Katatonia present its eleventh studio opus - the poignant City Burials - to unanimous acclaim. Following closely in its footsteps, the Swedish dark rock masters present Dead Air to further immortalise these strangest of times. With a somewhat unforeseen global event transpiring this year which resulted in touring being made all but impossible for artists internationally, Katatonia conducted a more intimate “lockdown” show which was streamed live from Studio Grondahl, Stockholm on May 9th.
Dead Air offers fans a full 88-minute set with inclusions spanning two decades of material, and debut performances of three City Burials’ album tracks.
The tracklisting contains a very literal selection of fan favourites overall, having being voted for exclusively by the band’s worldwide fanbase, flawlessly flirting between earlier singles such as Metallic anthems My Twin and July, to the stirring emotional grandeur of new song, Lacquer. The recording, mixing and engineering work was orchestrated by David Castillo, notable for his extensive body of work with Katatonia to date, and the performance itself was professionally filmed by Blackbox Video.
The second release by these Victorian gentlemen
"Opportunistic Thieves of Spring" already is the second testimony of the musical-alchemistical skills of A Forest of Stars and contains a previously unheard-of ghostly and hypnotic music, filled with the spirit of the glorious Victorian Age - a harrowing testimony of their many spiritual and sensual excesses. Prick up your ears and listen attentively: A Forest of Stars are the future of British Black Metal, and the future starts right now!
Comes as a 6 Panel 2 Tray CD DigiPak with Low Centre Slit-Cut and a 24-paged booklet containing expanded artwork & extensive liner notes.
Recorded and mixed at Easy Sound Recording, Copenhagen, Denmark in July 1983.
Digitally remastered by Chris Gehringer (The Hit Factory, New York, New York).
Track 8 is an out-take from the 'Melissa' recording sessions.
Black Masses originally appeared as the B-side of The "Black Funeral" single and later on the album The Beginning
Tracks 9-11 produced and mixed for BBC Radio 1's "The Friday Rock Show" and recorded in 8 hours on March 19, 1983. Appears courtesy of BBC Enterprises Ltd.
These versions were recorded 3½ months prior to the versions on the 'Melissa' album. Originally appeared on the album The Beginning.
Track 12 recorded at Kharma Studio, Copenhagen, Denmark (late Autumn 1981) before Mercyful Fate was signed. Originally appeared on the album Return Of The Vampire
Track 13 recorded before Mercyful Fate was signed. Originally appeared on the compilation Metallic Storm and later as a bonus track on the CD remaster of The Beginning
Note: On tracks 12 & 13, Benny Peterson plays guitar along with Hank Shermann, as Michael Denner had yet to join the band.
The DVD footage was recorded live at the Dynamo in Eindhoven, Netherlands, 1983. It also includes a commentary track by King Diamond.
Unsealed but like new, unplayed