Il carrello è vuoto
Compilation of Czech Black Metal band Nhaavah tracks from their 1998 demo and 1999 split album Determination Detestation Devastation with German band Katharsis
Black Vinyl 2xLP
600 copies, packaged in a matte 24pt stock gatefold jacke, including download code card & sticker on shrink front
Official Reissue of COIL's 1995 conceptual ambient album on double 12" LP for the first time
Includes download code, sticker and vellum track listing insert.
"Remastered from HD audio. 180 gr vinyl.
Includes MP3 Download."
Comes with lyrics poster and download code
A new album of dark, cathartic pop songs.
inc. digital download
THE NECROMANCER OF ROCK: THE ORIGINS OF DEATH SS (1977-1982) by Steve Sylvester with Gianni Della Cioppa.
208 pages, paperback with french flaps, loaded with images from every phase of the band's early history.
Russian blackgaze duo Olhava is back with their new studio album. Frozen Blooom is the natural follow-up to self-titled Olhava (2019) and Ladoga (2020), and integrates some dronescapes the band experimented on Never Leave Me Alone (2020), the drone version of their debut.
Multi-instrumentalist Andrey Novozhilov and drummer Timur Yusupov describe their new journey with words of thoughtful contemplation: “When winter is just starting to fade and give some space to the first steps of spring… When life starts to reappear and the very early flowers peek through the thawing soil, a sudden drop of the temperature can leave them petrified and frozen back again, punished by the “Queen of Fields”. This statuesque dead beauty, being infinitely alive and dead at the same time is the main metaphor of this album. Frozen Bloom is about unfulfilled dreams. About how we sacrifice everything today for some abstract “tomorrow”, which may never come. But tomorrow and yesterday don’t exist – only this very moment of static contemplation is real”.
Frozen Bloom is Olhava’s fourth opus in three years, and here the duo took some different routes compositionally. Two of the four tracks are traditionally storm-like blackgaze passages, while the other two are leaning towards a more meditative drone experience. The album also features A. Lunn, who kindly agreed to record an electric guitar solo as well as acoustic parts and choral parts on “Frozen Bloom I”.
Frozen Bloom was recorded at Olhava home studios, as well as at the local rehearsal space. Mikhail Kurochkin took care of mixing and mastering.
Official license on Icarus Music