List of products by label Hell's Headbangers

Bonehunter – Children Of The Atom - CD

Children of the Atom is BONEHUNTER hitting a fucking fever pitch. It would not be untruthful to say that Children of the Atom is the perfect synthesis of BONEHUNTER's first two albums: the dungeon-bred grit of the debut meeting the streamlined cruise of LP#2, without the faintest hint of self-consciousness nor repetitiousness.

But - and this is absolutely crucial - the devilish charisma and unfuckwithable confidence with which the band roll out each anthem after another here bespeaks something else together.
Simply, Children of the Atom is the new (and very now) sound of BONEHUNTER breaking into the bigtime.

Bonehunter – Sexual Panic Human Machine - CD

Right from the start, Sexual Panic Human Machine is a different BONEHUNTER and one not merely replicating past glories.

From there, BONEHUNTER dive headfirst and headlong into a raucous yet well-oiled attack that, more often than not, lands well within the bounds of shredding speed metal: the chrome chassis gleams, but the engine pumps pure, black dsigust.
Leaner and most definitely meaner, this Sexual Panic Human Machine nevertheless never loses sight of that devilish FUN which made Evil Triumphs Again such a modern classic. Stocked with brand-new arsenal, awaken the machine with BONEHUNTER!

Cultes Des Ghoules – Sinister, Or Treading The Darker Paths - 2LP

By now, CULTES DES GHOULES should need no introduction. For the past decade and a half, this mysterious Polish entity has patiently crafted one of the most singular sounds in the black metal underground.

Simply, there's no other band around that sounds like CULTES DES GHOULES.

Like the blackest of magick, willed into being through both inmutable will and unselfconscious abandon, Sinister opens up - WIDELY - and again stretches sulfur and brimstone to their breaking point, with four of the five tracks topping ten minutes (or more) in length. Within, largely tribal/ritualistic drumming guides this Sinister spelunk into supernatural horrors yet witnessed.
It's not "weird" black metal because it tries to be - it just IS, like always.

Double Black Vinyl

Cultes Des Ghoules – Sinister, Or Treading The Darker Paths - CD

By now, CULTES DES GHOULES should need no introduction. For the past decade and a half, this mysterious Polish entity has patiently crafted one of the most singular sounds in the black metal underground.

Simply, there's no other band around that sounds like CULTES DES GHOULES.

Like the blackest of magick, willed into being through both inmutable will and unselfconscious abandon, Sinister opens up - WIDELY - and again stretches sulfur and brimstone to their breaking point, with four of the five tracks topping ten minutes (or more) in length. Within, largely tribal/ritualistic drumming guides this Sinister spelunk into supernatural horrors yet witnessed.
It's not "weird" black metal because it tries to be - it just IS, like always.

Deiphago – I, The Devil - CD-Digi

DEIPHAGO are arguably the most violent band on the planet, as well as one of the most envelope-pushing.
Over the course of four albums - 2006's Satanik Eon, 2009's Filipino Antichrist, 2012's Satan Alpha Omega, and 2015's Into the Eye of Satan, the latter three all released by HELLS HEADBANGERS - and with a history spanning 30 years, this power-trio have challenged the norms of black metal, death metal, even extreme metal in general, resulting in a catalog that's unchallenged and untouchable.

Quite simply, DEIPHAGO are without peer, and I, The Devil underlines this fact with no uncertainty.

Deiphago – I, The Devil - LP Colored

DEIPHAGO are arguably the most violent band on the planet, as well as one of the most envelope-pushing.
Over the course of four albums - 2006's Satanik Eon, 2009's Filipino Antichrist, 2012's Satan Alpha Omega, and 2015's Into the Eye of Satan, the latter three all released by HELLS HEADBANGERS - and with a history spanning 30 years, this power-trio have challenged the norms of black metal, death metal, even extreme metal in general, resulting in a catalog that's unchallenged and untouchable.

Quite simply, DEIPHAGO are without peer, and I, The Devil underlines this fact with no uncertainty.


Limited to 400 copies pressed on cyan blue/gold aside/bside vinyl.

Denial Of God – The Horrors Of Satan - CD

DENIAL OF GOD should need little introduction. Since that fateful year of 1991, the brothers Azter and Ustumallagam have perfected an idiosyncratic style of black metal that's positively drenched in the supernatural and remains firm in their conviction of more classicist-styled songwriting. In fact, "black metal" might even be a misnomer; rather, BLACK HORROR METAL would be more accurate.

The Horrors of Satan retains a very medieval feel with its lyrics about witches, werewolves, vampires and the infamous iron gibbet, which was a body-shaped iron cage used to display the bodies of dead or dying criminals. The album also became the beginning of a new and stronger chapter for DENIAL OF GOD, with many of the songs still appearing in the band's live sets today

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.

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

Goathammer – Ceremony Of Morbid Destruction - CD

Formed in 2013 and promptly getting to work on a split tape and two successive demos, GOATHAMMER have been a study of staunch underground ethics from the very beginning.

Theirs is a sound that's steeped in decades of arcane black/death wisdom, canvassing an array of eras and international flavors whilst being finessed into foul, filthy form by true fanatics.
As such, Ceremony of Morbid Destruction is the grand, garish culmination of GOATHAMMER's noble work thus far.
Here, the quartet prove they're more than just an identikit "goat"/bestial band; there's a sulfurous aura and true dungeon-bound darkness that bespeak the ancient ways of the 1990s, but completely unselfconsciously so.

Hades Archer – Temple Of The Impure - LP

Hailing from Chile, HADES ARCHER are staunchly and proudly a duo.
Across their prolific canon, HADES ARCHER have come to define - and set the gold standard for - modern black/death metal hailing from South America.

The band's first new recordings in two years, Temple of the Impure proves that the silence was indeed golden, for LP#2 is a fucking firestorm of filth and foulness, a forever-flowing fount of unnervingly hypnotic ultra violence. Both defining and deviating from the classic Chilean archetype, Temple of the Impure sees HADES ARCHER simultaneously surpassing the boundaries of chaotic overload and somehow delivering their most diseased and dirt-encrusted expression by paradoxically locating their cleanest and most professional recording to date.