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Shores Of Null - Quiescence - LP + T-Shirt Bundle

When ‘Quiescence’ came out in 2014, it literally took the worldwide metal scene by storm. Eight years later, we’re proud to release this absolute classic by Shores Of Null on vinyl for the very first time, with a revised artwork by E.B.A. Art, housed in a deluxe Gatefold sleeve.
Crushing epic riffs and impressive gloomy vocals make ‘Quiescence’ the perfect debut album, straightening things out since day one.

‘Quiescence’ has no weak spots, a true revelation back then, still an unmatched gem of Melodic, Blackened Gothic Doom to this day.

The bundle contains:
- Quiescence “Abyss Blue” LP (Transparent Blue w/ White Splatter vinyl) Limited to 100 Handnumbered copies
-"Siren" T-Shirt (design by Hernan Chavar)


RELEASE DATE: March 4, 2022

Shores Of Null - Quiescence - LP

When ‘Quiescence’ came out in 2014, it literally took the worldwide metal scene by storm. Eight years later, we’re proud to release this absolute classic by Shores Of Null on vinyl for the very first time.
Crushing epic riffs and impressive gloomy vocals make ‘Quiescence’ the perfect debut album, straightening things out since day one.
‘Quiescence’ has no weak spots, a true revelation back then, still an unmatched gem of Melodic, Blackened Gothic Doom to this day.

Housed in a deluxe gatefold sleeve, with a revised artwork by E.B.A. Art, 'Quiescence' is available in two different vinyl variants:
- “ABYSS BLUE” (Transparent Blue w/ White Splatter vinyl) Limited to 100 Handnumbered copies
   Spikerot.com Exclusive
- “NULL BLACK” (Black Vinyl) limited to 400 copies

RELEASE DATE: March 4, 2022

Katatonia – Brave Murder Day - LP 180g

Katatonia was formed in 1991 by Anders Nyström and Jonas Renkse.
Their debut album, Dance of December Souls, was released in 1993, gaining the band recognition for their eclectic brand of gothic doom/death metal & joining acts such as Paradise Lot & My Dying Bride as one of the genre's defining bands.
Originally released in 1996, second album Brave Murder Day is a true classic. The primitive structures and melodies give this album an unparalleled trance-like quality, by taking an early Paradise Lost influence and forming a completely unique sound and atmosphere. The majority of the vocal duties were carried out in his signature death-growl style by Mikael Åkerfeldt, while Jonas Renkse delivered the clean vocal passages, that he is known for today, on the ethereal track, Day.
180g LP

Evil Angel – Unholy Evil Metal - LP

Formed during the dark days of 1998 in Lahti, Finland, EVIL ANGEL finally burst upon the international metal underground in 2002 with the Dark Forces of Hell demo. For the next number of years, the band would continue to perfect its outbreak-of-evil style of blackthrashing metal across more demos, splits, and the aptly titled Metal Onslaught EP. That last-named record was crucial in pointing the direction forward for EVIL ANGEL: each new recording brought them down into deeper depths of primitivism whilst underlining their connection to the unyielding strength of true METAL.

Black Vinyl limited to 400 copies

Nekrofilth – Worm Ritual - LP

Here on Worm Ritual, the power-trio largely leave behind the juvenilia of their early work for real-world evil, upping the nastiness of their patented punk metal and reinventing it in a most respectable way. Naturally, NEKROFILTH's foundational influences of Slaughter (Canada), NME, and Repulsion remain, but with a more overtly muscular aspect - and, most definitely, a more overtly METAL one - Worm Ritual bristles with a punch-in-the-face intensity backed up by enviously compact songwriting, nodding often to the likes of Hellhammer, Celtic Frost, Possessed, and even a bit of Autopsy. One after another, the 15 songs comprising the half-hour Worm Ritual state their case swiftly and simply, each one a mini-anthem in itself: rarely has "saying more with less" been this vicious and violent.

Evil Angel – Unholy Evil Metal - CD

Formed during the dark days of 1998 in Lahti, Finland, EVIL ANGEL finally burst upon the international metal underground in 2002 with the Dark Forces of Hell demo. For the next number of years, the band would continue to perfect its outbreak-of-evil style of blackthrashing metal across more demos, splits, and the aptly titled Metal Onslaught EP. That last-named record was crucial in pointing the direction forward for EVIL ANGEL: each new recording brought them down into deeper depths of primitivism whilst underlining their connection to the unyielding strength of true METAL.

Aura Noir ‎– Aura Noire - CD-Digi

With the album Aura Noire, a title which quite distinctly resembles their band name, Aura Noir churns through some of the most refreshing, yet nostalgic tracks of thrash metal ever to be heard.
The album opens with probably one of the most retrospect of riffs, but suddenly summersaults you into the gloriously dissonant and immersive Aura Noir atmosphere.

The soaring and burning shouts of Aggressor intensely glues the otherwise quite varied and playful guitar riffs and drums together, culminating into the essence of thrash that is Aura Noir!

VHS ‎– Screaming Mad Gore - CD

Splatter Zombie Records proudly presents: VHS from Canada!
These guys are horrormovie fanatics and you can hear that in every second on this fantastic first full length album "screaming mad gore"!!!
VHS are playing a mix of oldschool death metal, thrash metal, 80s hair metal, grind & punk and the result is absolutely AMAZING!!!
For these guys it`s all about horrormovies, a tribute to the 80s! To top the already killer album, VHS could get some great sickos for guest-appearances like Stevo (IMPETIGO), Kam Lee (MASSACRE), Nev (GRUESOME GRAPHX) und Aaron Whitsell (CROPSY MANIAC) !!!

Grinding death metal with a heavy dose of cheese!

Draconian ‎– A Rose For The Apocalypse - CD

When it comes to Gothic Metal, most people think of Bands like The Gathering, Theatre of Tragedy, Tristania, Leaves' Eyes etc... Of course it is the genre with a lot of female-fronted outfits, but be honest:

Could it be, that the idea of Gothic-Metal is misunderstood?
But in the case of Draconian you get exactly this: Gothic Metal by the way it is meant to be!
A Death/Doom Hybrid with real "Beauty and the beast" moments.
You can hear the desperation, not only hear, you can feel it!

Draconian ‎– Turning Season Within - CD

When it comes to Gothic Metal, most people think of Bands like The Gathering, Theatre of Tragedy, Tristania, Leaves' Eyes etc... Of course it is the genre with a lot of female-fronted outfits, but be honest:

Could it be, that the idea of Gothic-Metal is misunderstood?
But in the case of Draconian you get exactly this: Gothic Metal by the way it is meant to be!
A Death/Doom Hybrid with real "Beauty and the beast" moments.
You can hear the desperation, not only hear, you can feel it!