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Botulistum / Göll - Split CD

Split CD with two of the ‘finest’ acts from the Dutch underground. Botulistum was formed in 1997 and makes disturbing Peat Metal for the underground of the underground in the Dutch language.
After almost ten years since the last recordings, Botulistum comes with exclusive new material for this release.
Göll was formed in 2002 and plays raw Black Metal to praise Chaos.
After one demo in 2003 and a split CD with Vazal and Galgeras in 2004, Göll now finally comes with brand new recordings.

Expect rotten, lo-fi, Satan worshiping Black Metal from both.

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.

Seventh Genocide ‎– SVNTH - CD

With its 30 minutes of lenght, the band’s new effort is a really solid and dynamic EP showing Seventh Genocide’s most metal side plunging into a tunnel of endless ambient, dark folk-oriented and post-rock-ish layers.
SVNTH gives a completely new birth to some of the band’s old material and offers new tunes as well, creating a stunning combination of melodic intertwinings, abrasive distortions and atmospherically brooding overtures.

Formalist ‎– No One Will Shine Anymore - CD-Digi

The FORMALIST unit was founded in 2014 when long-time associated individuals from the Italian heavyweights FORGOTTEN TOMB [vocals], MALASANGRE [bass & drums] and VISCERA/// [guitars] joined forces with the aim to open new gates to total sonic horrors. Excelling in the art of low-tuned sickness, the band members managed to forge together their many influences and proceeded to write and record the first full-length album during summer 2016, featuring 3 songs for a nightmarish 40 minutes length where extreme Doom, Black Metal, Sludge and Ambient/Drone combined with a completely hostile, nihilistic approach to vocals and lyrics. This is "No One Will Shine Anymore".