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Formed in Paris in 2021, Houle is a melodic black metal band that blends razor-sharp riffs with haunting melodies.
Taking inspiration from the Ocean’s unrelenting immensity, the band depicts Mankind’s struggle against the transcendent and overwhelming forces of Nature. It is a venture where each weary traveler must overcome the chaos and the unknown in search of a tranquil destination.
The band recorded their first EP in mid 2022, produced by DNI Studio.
Released on 180g blue vinyl in a gatefold jacket, limited to 400 hand-numbered copies. Includes poster.
Released on 180g green vinyl in a gatefold jacket, limited to 400 hand-numbered copies.
Released on 180g purple vinyl in a single-pocket jacket, limited to 400 hand-numbered copies.
The House is one of the many names of Vladimir Pavelka (Cult Of Fire, Death Karma).
As a small child, he watched Evil Dead on a VHS tape by accident. It left him scared, but he also started to be fascinated with death and horror films. At the age of 17, he stole his school's money and used it to buy his first guitar. It was clear that he wasn't going to play folk songs but something darker and more terrifying. At 19, he began working in a morgue where his fascination with death deepened to such an extent that it became his daily routine and a part of his life to this day. Now you can enjoy his tribute to famous horror soundtracks and films.
Let there be death and horror!
Limited gold vinyl edition.
TRIUMPHANT BLACK METAL SUPREMACY FROM THE FORMER MAYHEM GUITARIST/ VLTIMAS FOUNDER, BLASPHEMER.
RUIM was formed in 2020 by the Norwegian born, Grammy award winning guitarist Blasphemer (Rune Eriksen), known from acts such as Vltimas & Mayhem.
Joining Blasphemer on drums is French born drummer Cesar Vesvre (Agressor, Thagirion).
Driven by a firm desire to revisit the style of music he has dedicated himself to & been associated with since the mid 90's & inspired by the rediscovery of a long-lost tape of old, unused Mayhem-era riffs from 98/99, the concept of starting a new project based around these ideas manifested itself quickly.
Soon, a new vision was born for an album immersed in Brazilian witchcraft and the left-hand path of the Umbanda tradition - a practice in which Blasphemer himself is taught in - to deliver a new blackened opus in the vein Blasphemer has been synonymous with since his inception into Mayhem back in 1994 (until 2007).
'Black Royal Spiritism - I.O Sino Da Igreja' is RUIM's debut studio album.
It presents a glimpse of something new, unique, visionary & highly eclectic.
This album marks the beginning of a concept set to span a trilogy of releases exploring & incorporating a deeply personal expression of Blasphemer's own beliefs regarding the greater spirits of the left-hand path.
A pitch-black offering, 'Black Royal Spiritism' is steeped in ominous & eerie, unnerving darkness.
Each track is meticulously woven with a sinister undercurrent, given flesh by Blasphemer's highly distinctive brutal riffing style, with atmospheric, ambient & clean passage interludes featuring among the chaos.
Vocals on 'Black Royal Spiritism - I.O Sino Da Igreja' are also handled by Blasphemer himself, sung in a mix of English, Portuguese & Norwegian, with lyrical themes rooted in a celebration & dedication to the lore & rituals of linha da esquerda.
'Black Royal Spiritism - I.O Sino Da Igreja' was recorded at Drudenhaus Studio in France & mastered by Jack Control at Enormous Door.
Proscriptor McGovern from 'Absu' also makes a guest appearance on a savage re-recording of the Mayhem classic 'Fall Of Seraphs' bringing fresh life to the track, which Blasphemer wrote back in 1995 & which originally featured on the 'Wolf's Lair Abyss' EP.
Darkthrone's legendary 1989 demo, including additional tracks from Bootleg TV (1989) and rare rehearsal tracks from 1990.
Darkthrone started in 1986 under the name of Black Death. Although becoming known the world over as a black metal band crucial to the lasting legacy of the genre, Darkthrone began more as an extreme metal band utilising elements of thrash, death and doom metal into their early compositions.
Cromlech was Darkthrone’s final demo release, before a deal was inked with Peaceville Records. The demo was recorded in 1989 with the line-up of Gylve Nagell (Drums), Ted Skjellum (Guitars/vocals), Ivar Enger (Guitars) and Dag Nilsen (Bass); a line-up which would remain in place for the revered Soulside Journey and A Blaze in the Northern Sky albums.
As well as the iconic demo itself – containing tracks which would go on to form part of the Soulside Journey debut - this release also contains additional tracks from the Bootleg TV Oslo recordings in 1989, including a cover of Celtic Frost’s Visual Aggression. Also includes a trio of instrumental tracks from a rehearsal tape originally made for Peaceville founder Paul “Hammy” Halmshaw in 1990.
Vinyl with printed inner sleeve. Featuring the original Cromlech art/logo.
Darkthrone formed in 1986, originally under the name of Black Death. Although becoming known the world over as a black metal band crucial to the lasting legacy of the genre, Darkthrone began life more as an extreme metal band utilising elements of thrash, death and doom metal into their early compositions.
Thulcandra contains the first 3 releases under the name of Darkthrone, Land of Frost demo (1988), A New Dimension promo (1988) (the first to feature the legendary early line-up of Gylve Nagell, Ted Skjellum, Ivar Enger and Dag Nilsen) and, last but not least, the Thulcandra demo itself (1989).
The music offers a clear demonstration of the quick development of a band very much in their aspiring, formative years, but with a growing maturity for their craft and an eclectic sphere of influences.
Vinyl edition including artwork from the original Thulcandra demo on the cover, with printed inner sleeve.
The distant howl of coyotes echoes through the desert night. Over a windswept mesa the Serpent Moon rises. This is how Galen Baudhuin (Wolves In The Throne Room Infera Bruo, Street Tombs and more) envisions the debut album of ARIDUS. In conspiracy with Eisenwald, he takes you on a journey to his majestic and hostile homeland in the American high desert and through the inevitable stages of human existence.
ARIDUS is an outlet for multi-instrumentalist Galen Baudhuin's more overt black metal material. GB handled all instrumentation across the entire album, challenging himself to represent his creative vision unaided. This vision is deeply rooted in the unforgiving nature and beauty of the high desert of the southwestern United States. A sinister sonic landscape that resonates with a somber, dark energy.
ISON new album! Gatefold sleeve, double LP in Black vinyl
Comes with matt finish and UV spotlack!