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Black Vinyl, Ltd 400 copies
Including lyric sheet, poster, hype sticker and label catalog.
2016 demo versions, except track B3 is 2014 version.
Info : Morguiliath was born in the south of France by Rats in 2004, offering multiple concerts and performances.
Two demos have been released and distributed independently.
The first album "Age of Misanthropia Human Blood and Chaos" was released in 2020 by Vacuum Tehiru Productions, as a very dark album dealing with occultism, demonology, Chaos and the annihilation of Monotheistic beliefs and all forms of religious cults.
Only one active member in this project, Rats who is also involved in two other projects: "Suicide Circle" with the illustrious boss of French Black Metal, Meyhnach, produced and distributed by Osmose productions and Dhärnürgh which remains an independent alternative project.
The new album "Occult Sins, New Unholy Dimension" follows the path of Morguiliath and respects the ethics of Black Metal 80/90's, associating Thrash / Black Metal riffs without forgetting an unhealthy and abysmal atmosphere.
Many influences are present there, such as Bathory, Venom, Darkthrone, Nëhëmäh, Hell Militia, Mütiilation and others...
297x black 12" (140g) in a microtene innerbag, printed innersleeve on 220g, download card, jacket with black flood inside 350g, all assembled in a PVC overbag.
COPIA NUOVA MA ARRIVATA CON LIEVE DANNEGGIAMENTO DELLA COPERTINA DURANTE IL TRASPORTO (angolo leggermente ammaccato)
2022 REPRESS in co-production Avantgarde Music / Eisenwald
Comes in milky-clear 180 gr. vinyl
Info : Since their formation in 2007, MINENWERFER have pursued a proud 'n' pure vision of black metal idiosyncratically focused on World War I - idiosyncratic, in the sense that the band hail from America but mostly sing in German. What has resulted is a startlingly accomplished canon that has quietly built itself into prolific proportions, with their first album arriving in 2010, followed by albums in 2012 and 2019, and a slew of split releases and EPs in the interim.
Of those many short-length releases, Der Rote Kampfflieger is the oldest and perhaps most curious. Here, MINENWERFER offered the new track “Ace of Aces,” the reworked “Albatros in Flammen,” and two very surprising covers: deep martial industrial artist Striider's “Schüzengraben” and legendary shredder Yngwie J. Malmsteen's early scorcher “I am a Viking.” MINENWERFER for sure have their own identifiable sound, but they're not afraid to push it in strange directions from time to time.
300x gold with black marble effect 12" (180g) in a black poly-lined innerbag, download card, gatefold full color on 350g, all assembled in a PVC overbag.
fter the much-lauded, diabolical 2012 album “Serpent Sermon”, Sweden's legendary MARDUK return with their first entirely war-themed opus since 1999's “Panzer Division Marduk”. Dubbed “Frontschwein”, this is nothing but a raw and intense bombardment of pure black metal!
Re-issue, 1000x beer with black marble effect 12" (180g) in a black poly-lined innerbag, booklet with 16 page A4, full-color on 180g art paper, gatefold full-color on 350g, all assembled in a PVC overbag.
Re-issue, 250x orange crush with black marble effect 12" (180g) in a black poly-lined innerbag, gatefold, full-color with black flood inside on 350g with UV partial lacquer, all assembled in a PVC overbag.
“Lifvspänn” – a seven-inch EP featuring the title track and a cover of Darkthrone's “Transilvanian Hunger”, sung in Swedish. Limited to 666 copies.
What the fuck is going on in Oregon? Some of the most forward thinking yet hazy, cerebral and generally unhappy music of recent years – Agalloch, Wolves in the Throne Room, Yob – has emerged, drunk on small batch craft brew, out of those fog shrouded hills to lay a vicious beating on our collective synapses. Surely the Black Flag/Sabbath-worshiping heritage of neighboring Washington state has rubbed off over the years, but in the past decade cities like Portland, Eugene and Salem have staked a legit claim for Oregon being the new center of musical creativity on the West Coast (LA's resurgence of indie rock being their only real competition, Seattle still largely reeling from their grunge hangover).
Yob surprised all by gradually disintegrating in 2005, leader Mike Scheidt finally calling the whole thing off early the next year, but they've been back for two years now and the sharply evolved chemistry – Scheidt reemerged with a whole new rhythm section – really shines through on this year's Atma. 2009's comeback effort The Great Cessation was quality work, but in my opinion a bit bogged down by the directionless droning of the title track, a 20 minute affair heavy on standard issue atmospherics and light on memorable, crushing riffs. The title track on Atma is quite the opposite: when the drums drop out and that detuned juggernaut of a riff comes in at about the six minute mark, you know instantly that this is going to become a concert fave for years to come.
"Before We Dreamed of Two Masters" is, at 16 minutes, another potentially bloated epic, but this time around the band bisect it in the middle with a calm interlude into two distinct segments, the latter of which bears a heavy Neurosis influence courtesy of Scott Kelly's contributions (he is also listed as guesting on album closer "Adrift in the Ocean", which similarly disintegrates into an atavistic, almost Lovecraftian tribal droning toward the end).
Every Yob album to date has had Scheidt's stamp all over it, but they have tended to deviate slightly from one release to the next, some focusing on ambiance and others on concussive doom riffs. As the type of fan who enjoys both but prefers the latter, Atma ranks as an improvement to these ears over The Great Cessation, though it's hard to say it's clearly superior to antecedent efforts like Catharsis and The Illusion of Motion.
Still, five songs in 55 minutes… sounds like classic Yob, doesn't it?
Limited to 500 copies military green vinyl.
Limited to 450 hand-numbered copies black vinyl housed in gatefold sleeves.
Black metallers LUCIFER'S CHILD and MYSTIFIER have partnered up for a Greco-Brazilian split release on Agonia Records.
George Emmanuel (ex-Rotting Christ), who co-launched LUCIFER'S CHILD in 2013, commented: "After almost a year and half of isolation and profound research, we gave birth to a new seed of evil, 'Under Satan's Wrath'. This deep rooted journey contains three new songs from each band, with some special revelations where conspiracies between Mystifier and Lucifer's Child divulge. A further step beyond the borders of safety, a further step into the abyss where our freedom to craft and sculpt our sound liberates."
On behalf of MYSTIFIER, whose been around since 1989, founder Beelzeebubth commented: "It's a pleasure taking part on this monunental split EP with our Greek comrades. It was the right moment to reveal our new band members: Kaverna on lead guitar and Apophys on drums. We met George during a long European tour in 2016. Nice to see him conquer the world with Lucifer's Child. Hope in the next days, after this pandemic lockdown, we can share the stage together again."