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Canada's Unreqvited has been a musical proving ground that defied categorization right away, thus being a perfect addition to our roster. With a highly acclaimed back catalog that was assembled only within the last few years, it is easy to imagine that this prodigious artist will get very far in the future. Two years after his 2016 debut "Disquiet", which had married black melancholy with electronic opulence, both "Stars Wept To The Sea" and "Mosaic I" showed different tacks, delving into the cosmos and orchestra pit respectively.
Superb dungeon blackness from Sydney, Australia
Started by Paradise Lost´s mastermind Gregor Mackintosh in 2010, Vallenfyre was formed to bring back and mix the old British death-doom metal together with a Swedish DM touch. The band released their debut A Fragile King just one year later, showing the best of Paradise Lost, Dismember or Autopsy to name just a few names in the same album.
Vallenfyre put an end to their career with a live show in late 2018, leaving a legacy of three studio recordings that became reference in death metal.
Reissue in gatefold picture LP limited to 500 copies.
The Sleeping Beauty – Live in Israel captures June 1993 Tiamat´s performance in Tel Aviv.
Tiamat was formed in Stockholm in 1988 by main vocalist and frontman Johan Edlund and played under the name Treblinka. After three full lenght albums (Sumerian Cry, The Astral Sleep and the seminal Wildhoney), the band released in 1994 their first live recording in the shape of a memorable 30 minutes EP.
Five tracks taken off The Astral Sleep and Clouds. For the first time this live album is having a proper limited vinyl release in 2018.
Started off in Helsinki in 1997, Rapture was, according to their own words “Finland's finest Death/Doom export you may find.”. And they were not wrong, including old Katatonia vibes mixed with catchy melodies and tunes. Rapture members have been involved in the Scandinavian metal scene being main acts in bands such as Shape Of Despair, Finntroll or Thy Serpent until today.
Almost 20 years after its first release, “Futile” is released on double gatefold vinyl limited to 400 copies.
Black vinyl version limited to 400 copies worldwide.
After the big success of “Futile” in 1999, Rapture released the sophomore “Songs For The Withering”, following the path traced two years.
Austin Lunn from Panopticon would say on the album: “This album is for me, the joy and comfort in melancholy... The bittersweet sound track to autumn, the echoes of rainy days... Nostalgic yet relevant but above all, an honest and relatable glimpse into human sorrow. It is a warm but wet blanket, reminding me of worse days and how I fucking made it through: One foot in front of the other, consoled by the honest and exposing lyrics, powerful melodies and crushing drums of Rapture’s unsung masterpiece. Before the last breath, inhaling. Before the final death, to exhale and never let hope die that I would one day conquer the great distance.”
Final act of the Rapture discography with memorable songs of gothic doom death tracks and showing a band experiencing the best burst of creativity before putting a (maybe temporary?) end to their activities.
“Silent Stage” was recorded and mixed at Sundi Coop studio (Finntroll, Ensiferum, Ajattara…) and mixed by Mika Jussila. Such a group of talented musicians just left a legacy that cannot be forgotten.
Double black vinyl limited to 400 copies worldwide.
Black vinyl in gatefold cover including the album on CD and LP-sized booklet
5th album by the French black/death band SVART CROWN.
For fans of HATE, BEHEMOTH !!
Vinyl edition by Asrar
american shadowy entity. Occult and mystical Raw Black Metal, with a terrific layering of abysmal melodies, for fans of acts such as Grausamkeit, Candelabrum or projects of Cruentus.
Limited to an undisclosed unmber of copies. Pressed on 180g vinyl. Housed in a 350gsm heavy cardstock cover with a 7mm spine. Includes a single-sided, uncoated cartonstock insert.
Sides A and B were originally released as the self-titled demo cassette.
Sides C and D were originally released as the Demo II cassette.
Nightingale was started off in 1994 as a solo project by Swedish multi instrumentalist and producer Dan Swanö, previously know for being vocalist and songwriter of prog death metal band Edge Of Sanity (among many other collaborations) and owner of Unisound Studios.
While the first album entitled “The Breathing Shadow” was close to Goth rock, Nightingale saw the joining of Dan´s brother Dag in 1996 as the turning point to a prog rock/metal act. The release of highly acclaimed albums like “I” (2000) or “Invisible” (2004) was the confirmation of their success. “Retribution” is finally receiving vinyl treatment this 2017 by Alone Records three years after its CD release.
LP Gatefold with printed inner sleeve limited to 350 pressings on black vinyl.