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Vendita vinili - musica Black Metal e Dark estrema
Promo Tape 1994 finally on vinyl. Deep underground Polish Black Metal, featuring Nergal (Behemoth) on drums. Includes 4 pages booklet with pics and interviews printed on glossy 150g paper. Remastered for vinyl by Carlo at Toxic Basement studios. Limited edition of only 200 copies.
2022 REPRESS in co-production Avantgarde Music / Eisenwald
Comes in milky-clear 180 gr. vinyl
Although initially going under the moniker Goretexx, since the latter part of 2007, Finland’s Gorephilia have been crafting a classically minded canon of death metal might. Two demos under this more-fitting moniker followed in 2008 and 2011, but it was 2011’s Ascend To Chaos mini-album where the Gorephilia legend truly took flight. Surely, their country of origin signaled some of their aesthetic—names such as Demigod, Convulse, and Adramalech rang true—but even this early on, subtle twists of their own identity crept in. Those would fully blossom the next year with their debut album, Embodiment Of Death. Aptly titled, this first full-length ranged beyond Finland to the rich history of ’90s death metal on both side of the Atlantic, again with an even more pronounced identity: swampy yet clear-headed, exceptionally tight but never sterile, and above all, mind-mangling songwriting that somehow sticks in the head.
Turkey may seem an unlikely land for Death Metal of supreme quality to hail from (at least for those who are not yet aware of its brooding underground scene), yet it is home to many of the finest acts of the genre historically and currently.
One of these heavyweights are DIABOLIZER whom have returned from the depths to follow their 2016 EP with a debut full length. Blisteringly heavy from the very onset with a ruthless set of tight guitar work, technical yet old school atop a mountainous array of blasting drum work with such ferocity that all temples will shake in the sonic fury of DIABOLIZER.
The rupturing vitriol of the vocals is equally daunting with the full band delivering such a precise and extreme example of Turkish Death Metal that happily lives up to the legacies of the scene, unsurprisingly as the whole band features in a plethora of other superb bands too.
This cavernous and punishing album punches in with a full 47 minutes of superior Death Metal artistry that conjures Lovecraftian visions with tormenting brutality and uncompromising quality that will severely injure all whom do not approach this monolith of creatively diverse and utterly obliterating music carefully.
Hailing from the death metal hotbed that is Finland, GALVANIZER emerged in 2013. Their 2018 debut full-length, Sanguine Vigil, stormed the scene and earned the band a huge amount of respect in the underground with their violent brand of grinding death metal. Now its follow-up is to be unveiled to the world.
Titled Prying Sight of Imperception, this record does not approach with shyness or reserve; rather, it jumps into a riveting cascade of rotten guitars and pummeled drums that pulverize you as the maniacally snarled vocals spew forth. Its beginning should grab any death metal fan who takes the genre seriously with its primal artillery or pure carnage. Taking the core of thrashing instrumentals and barbaric grooves to the logical conclusion, a swamp of pure & filthy death metal ecstasy, there is no turning back once you hear GALVANIZER. Once they cave your skull in with their sonic savagery, you will not need convincing to become a part of the odious mass of fans blasting their rotten hymns of devastating death.
Prying Sight of Imperception is a cut of ferocity that knows no remorse, hammering bestial barbarity to corpse-splitting effect. From the tormenting heaviness of the drums to the unending riff-fest and certainly not forgetting the malignant vocals, GALVANIZER’s latest offering is a storm of hellish intensity that gets in, rips you apart, and leaves without having time to offer so much as a single weak riff.
SEPTAGE arrive less than a year later with yet another quick-hitting slab of exquisite putrefaction, Septisk Eradikasyon. While by no means merely repeating themselves, the power-trio here prop up the same sickly sound of that celebrated predecessor – slime and grime doled out with shockingly clear-headed execution, allowing the content to drench the listener in physical/metaphysical grossness rather than simply the form alone. Lumber under no assumption, however, that there’s anything remotely “clean” about SEPTAGE in general and Septisk Eradikayson in particular; if anything, the band’s more berserk in that execution here, allowing red-eyed chaos to enter into the filthy fray. Likewise, one could nearly qualify these four knife-cuts as “catchy,” but perhaps that’s down to SEPTAGE’s sharpened songwriting chops, where riffs are flowing freely and it all just sounds so effortless. And once again, this shock & awe attack’s over and done with in a mere 12 minutes…
Cacophonous atmospheres and eldritch tendrils pulls one into this marvelously eerie record and biting, scathing musicianship will hold the attentiveness of all listeners as the murk clears, showcasing a whole new realm of horrors lurking behind the veil. Gaze into The Black Mouth Of Sepulchre. See what lies beneath and hear the undying sounds of the underworld spewing through into a waking nightmare of pure death metal ecstasy.
• Ferocious Dutch death metal band
• Stunning cover art by the masterful Paolo Girardi