Blastcore from Poland (Suffering Mind) and powerviolence from Wisconsin, USA (Lifes) - 7" split
The third work of Italy’s gloomy kings Shores Of Null continues to prove the band’s willingness to go off the beaten path and create their ultimate Doom manifesto.
‘Beyond The Shores (On Death And Dying)’ is a 38 minute-long suite emphasizing their heavier, slower and dramatic side, inspired by the five stages of grief formulated by the Swiss-American psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross.
Mikko Kotamäki (Swallow The Sun)
Thomas A.G. Jensen (Saturnus)
Elisabetta Marchetti (Inno)
For fans of Paradise Lost, My Dying Bride, Swallow The Sun
Recorded at Kick Recording Studio and Bloom Recording Studios, Rome, Italy, by Marco “Cinghio” Mastrobuono
Mixed and Mastered at Kick Recording Studio by Marco "Cinghio" Mastrobuono
Artwork by Sabrina Caramanico
RELEASE DATE: November 27, 2020
High Reeper is back with their second release Higher Reeper and they aren’t fucking around. The sound and smell of leather, weed and death now has a hint of Campari and cocaine to color all eight tracks. With the addition of their new drummer Justin Di Pinto, High Reeper has managed to focus their sound and expand it at the same time. The record is darker and heavier than their first offering with guitars that crush you like a tank and lyrics that paint a picture of the world nearing its end.
RELEASE DATE: March 22, 2019
Acid Cream" marks the fuzzy comeback of KILLER BOOGIE. Gabriele Fiori and Luigi Costanzo are joined by the new bassist Nicola Cosentino on this 11 track long trip. The new album is inspired by the crazy days of the late 60s and the 70s, with a pinch of proto-punk and proto-metal feeling in the sound of this sophomore incredible album. This album is filled with riffs that will please all fuzz & muff lovers.
The reissue of the debut album of this german classic, vintage, retro rock sound band. This record is a small gem for lovers of Kadavar, Captain Beyond, The Who,Cream, MC5 and all the retro rock scene.
A hammered 4-stroke beat like a twin cylinder engine running on idle, a roaring guitar riff revving up the rpms of the iron-built motorcycle-inspired band, then the fresh and insisting breeze of a Farfisa organ whispering 'let's ride' and a heavy bass greasing up the reliable crank and rods of that authentic rock'n'roll machine, and there goes, ladies and gents, the mighty Lords Of Altamont combo!
Riding hard on backyard-built, loud pipes and rigid frame undestructible raw choppers, the band left their garage enlivened by the year of 1969, right at the crossroads of the Summer of Love and the birth of punk rock.
Space folk acoustic project of Gabriele Fiori (Black Rainbows)
Black Drapes For Tomorrow is the band's sophomore album, out on Candlelight/Spinefarm Records. The title leaves no room for misinterpretations, Shores Of Null are back with a burden of gloom and darkness.