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Neurosis ‎– Times Of Grace - CD

Spearheaded by the group Neurosis, Tribes of Neurot were formed with the intent of exploring the concept of Neurosis more in-depth and on a much more intuitive level.
Tribes of Neurot allow for a much broader range of expression and experimentation in all media. Tribes of Neurot are dedicated to the rebirth and survival of native tribal cultures and spiritual practices, as this is a key to understanding the Neurosis concept, not to mention the past and future of humanity. Encompassing a myriad of textures of ambiance from minimal walls of soothing sound waves to disturbing schizophrenic shapes of cranial bombast, Silver Blood Transmission takes these incredibly eclectic musicians to territories previously uncharted.

Holocausto Canibal ‎– Gorefilia - CD

Absolutely astonishing 3rd opus by this portuguese band of the most punishing Brutal Death/ Grind/ Gore.
18 songs with a great production and a repulsive presentation, perfect for lovers of bands like ABORTED, CANNIBAL CORPSE, early DERANGED, NAPALM DEATH, SUFFOCATION, CARCASS...

Rotten Sound ‎– Abuse To Suffer - CD

Grindcore is not for the faint of heart and ROTTEN SOUND do not subscribe to the idea of compromise.
'Abuse To Suffer' remains true to the band's resilient roots, while not falling into the traps of chewing endlessly on an old formula gone stale or not daring to add an element of surprise when fitting the style.

What sets ROTTEN SOUND apart from other protagonists in the field is an obvious intelligence that shows in their to-the-point songwriting, arrangements, and subtle inclusion of choice death metal elements in their massive sound.
With 'Abuse To Suffer', ROTTEN SOUND are hammering out an album that equally acknowledges the band's celebrated past as well as breaking into some new harsh ground that keeps the fire burning.

Venomous Concept ‎– Kick Me Silly VCIII - CD

"Come on and do the toxic waltz. Kick your friend in the head and have a ball." These words by EXODUS fully apply to 'Kick Me Silly - VC III', the third full-length frontal assault by VENOMOUS CONCEPT.

The grindcore veterans (Kevin Sharp and Dan Lilker of BRUTAL TRUTH, Shane Embury and Danny Herrera of NAPALM DEATH, and John Cooke of CORRUPT MORAL ALTAR) recorded 'Kick Me Silly' in 2014, continuing in their trademark hardcore punk style.
You will find these fire-starters branching out dynamically in order to perfect their art of grinding rock! Like a coiled punk rock porcupine OOK is fully charged and ready for attack with 'Kick Me Silly - VC III'! Kick ass!

Nasum ‎– Grind Finale - 2CD

This stunning, two CD tour de force is a documentation of the life of NASUM, a collection of every single piece of non-album material in the band's storied repertoire.
Culled and collected by NASUM drummer Anders Jakobson, this celebration features 152 songs in a double-cd set with lyrics for every track, career spanning photos and flyers, an album discography and extensive liner notes.

A bombastic Grind Finale!

EGGÞÉR ‎– Volume Null - MCD

Debut mini-album from this Danish constellation. With former OBSKURE TORTURE members, EGG?ÉR sets out on a spectacular musickal journey, through the Causal cosmos - with an overt nihilistic outlook – straight into the pit… Nadir.
Significant sonic influences include VULPECULA, SPEAR OF LONGINUS, CATHEDRAL, WINTER, MOONBLOOD… and, needless to say, the masters of the void, BLACK SABBATH.

Greenmachine ‎– D.A.M.N. - CD

Robust Relics Series presents Greenmachine's debut album “D.A.M.N.”

• “D.A.M.N. is a hardcore crusty assault to the senses, and it's been described as a "timeless masterpiece far ahead of its time." There's absolutely NO way you'll ever regret adding it to your collection. “ - Metal Injection

• "Greenmachine's sludge was extra-vicious and extra-biting at a time when no one had any idea what to do with that kind of band. Their style was ahead of its time then and has lost none of its impact now." - The Obelisk