Il carrello è vuoto
Vendita vinili - musica Black Metal e Dark estrema
The release that put Krolok firmly on the map in the underground in 2017. All fat cut out, just five haunting hymns of brooding nocturnal black metal that lurks like a reptile within forlorn castle ruins of Europe's obscure corners. For fans of classic Scandinavian and Central European black metal of the golden 90s era, in its pure undiluted form and with the right authentic spirit.
Live demo recorded at a private gig in the autumn of 2013 during the band's earlier days. The songs are thereby reduced to a more primal, barbaric form.
Extra material is provided by a cover of Carpathian Forest's 90s classic "When Thousand Moons Have Circled" and a special ambient composition "Cosmic Rituals" that delves into the darker, more introspective aspects of Krolok.
This album is a retrospective look into the past, where old forlorn ruins and obscurity reign over desolate landscapes. Gazing back also into my own past, I have re-recorded a song originally included on the demo tape of my old band Helcaraxe, composed back in 2003. Delve deep in and listen... listen to the atmospheres of an arcane night and return within your thoughts into bygone times...
A raw pre-production of material for the debut album and more - an atmospheric introduction and a moody acoustic guitar based instrumental is added, making this a release of its own.
Black metal from the desolate abodes of Northern Carpathia.
The absolute perfect Funeral Doom album ever released finally back in stock under vinyl.
Re-issue, 200x black with white splatters 2x12" (180g) in white paper bags, download card, gatefold jacket, full-color on 350g with UV partial lacquer, all assembled in a PVC overbag.
Complete new edition of the band's unique crushing official live recording!
Re-issue, 292x black 2 x 12" (180g) in 2 black poly-lined innerbag, download card, gatefold jacket, on 350g with matte lamination & partial UV lacquer, all assembled in pvc overbag.
Like solitarily gazing at the downtown lights of the city at night from the window of a darkened room, “Secret Grief” features the guest talents of vocalist Phil Swanson and Leila Abdul-Rauf on trumpet. The tranquil interlude of “Murmur Of Voices” gives way to the evocative “Unrequited” that begins with a lonely solo guitar before transitioning into a drifting daze of afternoon reverie and subconscious meditation.
Finally comes the album’s epic bookend, sixteen minute closer “Ecstatic Reign.” It features perhaps the album’s heaviest straight doom moments along with the return of Tide Turns Eternal featured guest voices McKenna Rae and Richard Poe. Tomb Mold drummer / throat Max Klebanoff also appears for a shattering back and forth vocal tradeoff with DeTore. The album’s cinematic vision and painstaking colorful detail are fully encompassed bringing this enthralling journey to its enduring peak.