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Finnish Grindcrushers ROTTEN SOUND detonate "Suffer To Abuse", an all-new mini LP of grinding metal ferocity!
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With special etched B-side!
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RELEASE DATE: 20.07.2018
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The Man Behind The Sun is SednA’s third album in ten years, one single track for a 33-minute-long sonic opus delving deep into the hazes of Black Metal, Post Rock and Doom.
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Release Date: 13.09.2019
The 3rd album of the Germany Psychedelic/ Prog Rock band Mother Engine is a real unique piece of music, which, on one hand side, used to be a concept album to show the evolution of the “Mother Engine” in their fictive story of the same named spaceship and its crew as well as the evolution of the musicians themselve in songwriting and diy recording and production processes to really get inside of the implementation of their imagination. Hangar consists of 4(-5) Songs that fill all 4 sides of an double LP.
*** The album is NEW and SEALED but shows a minor wear on the bottom-right corner ***
Monsternaut is a straight up stoner rock group from Kerava Finland. An unpretentious trio that delivers simple rock’n’roll in the spirit of Fu Manchu and alike. Formed in the winter of 2012 by Tuomas Heiskanen and Perttu Härkönen shuffled around few drummers before making Jani Kuusela a permanent member in 2014.
Boasted a sound born out of heavy Fu Manchu influence, with a tonal touch of Queens of the Stone Age bounce and desert-bred groove. The trio of vocalist/guitarist Tuomas Heiskanen, bassist Perttu Härkönen and drummer Jani Kuusela thicken up nodding, momentum-rich riffs and offer a return to ’90s stoner heavy purity.
Hyperfast Grindcore from Italy!
SBS' 3rd full lenght is a concept album based on John Carpenter's "Apocalypse Trilogy" (The Thing, Prince Of Darkness, In The Mouth Of Madness).
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The Too Old Too Cold EP had its original release at the dawn of 2006 and acted as a precursor to the band's triumphant Peaceville comeback album, the revelatory black and roll release, The Cult is Alive.
As a showcase for this sleek new incarnation of Darkthrone, and with the band firmly back in control of their sound courtesy of their new Necrohell 2 Studio set-up, Too Old Too Cold showed that the band was here to stay, and lead the way.
Commenting back then, Fenriz defined the shift in style as "probably something like MOTORHEAD meeting HELLHAMMER on a CRUST PUNK/NECROTHRASH gig in '85".
Following the buzz of WEDGE's debut, the group now unveils their eagerly awaited follow-up "Killing Tongue" ...and it truly kills! Although also deeply rooted in the rock'n'roll of the late 60s & early 70s, this album clearly is a strong progression from its precursor, presenting a multicolored spectrum of sounds and more diverse songwriting. Power trio-untypical arrangements and instruments like electric sitar, clavinet and harpsichord among others are accompanying especially some of the new psychedelia soaked tunes. But of course you can expect plenty of good old fuzz guitar and Hammond organ driven material as well.
DEATHTOPIA - the japanese Masters of Gore Metal are back with their second full length Album "Caesarean Section"!!
11 crushing Tracks of pure "Gore Metal" Mayhem, if you like old EXHUMED and old CARCASS, then you will love DEATHTOPIA!!
Chicago hardcore / powerviolence. They don't give a fuck.. this is their first full-length reissue.
High Reeper’s self titled debut is an unapologetic punch to the face for fans of early ‘70s proto-metal. The sound and smell of leather, weed, boozing, gambling and death permeate the record from start to finish. Nine tracks that run from uptempo straight ahead rock, to slowed down, heavy, early doom. With a rhythm section throwing down grooves that are deeper than the darkest abyss and guitars big enough to put a hole in your chest, the record’s finale hits just as hard as its opening track. Vocals that soar above the guitars with laser like precision, while delivering a direct hit to your soul.