Unholy Grave / Coffins – Split - CD Digi
Two of the most raw Japanese bands united for this amazing split.
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19 songs of uncompromising swedish blasting from the same town that brought us Gadget.
The yellow/black splattered LP will be sleeved in a massive Gatefold cover!
Comes in gatefold sleeve with a 30x30 cm mini poster (insert). Black Vinyl
NEW from RottenRoll Rex & Final Gate Records
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incl. Bonus tracks from split 7"EPs with Psycho and Mystic Circle
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Nebula's first non-EP, full-length release, To the Center is another retro-psychedelic heavy rock platter, long on stripped-down riff muscle and surprisingly technically adept guitar jams. The results sometimes meander, which probably isn't of much consequence if this brand of metal is your bag, since this is what you'd expect in this perception-expanding context. What matters more than tightly structured songs are riffs and atmosphere, and both of those are present in abundance.
Mountain Legacy is an album exploring something fundamental to humanity: ISOLATION.
The illusion of silence, which is a natural non-existing concept, is perfectly described by synthetized sounds and noises of the newly acquired band member Claudio Rocchetti (In Zaire). These sounds are missing on the first self-titled release of Deadsmoke, so now the old tracks have been enriched and new ones have been composed providing a consistent psych-disturbed synthetized sound. Six brand new tracks featuring deep guitar fuzz and growling bass take the listener on a journey through the woods, alternating lightly groovy rhythms with sludge-doom cadences.
Set for a release on January 25th 2019 via Heavy Psych Sounds, the 'Demos & Outtakes 98-02' will include 5 tracks that have never seen the light of day before (!!), alongside rare demos as well as cover songs such as the unique live version of Black Flag's 'Nervous Breakdown'! Beside these never published demos to date, the known tracks on this album are different to what NEBULA originally released on their previous records such as on 'Charged' or 'To The Center'.
On 'Revenant' HUMAN CULL push their already frantic crust-tinged blast-heavy grind of the last release into overdrive, featuring a huge production from Will Blackmon (Gadget, The Arson Project) and furious instrumental performances running in the style of 'FETO' era Napalm Death or 'Human 2.0' Nasum.
The band display clear death metal and crust influences here, and this is certainly the closest to death metal their sound has come. Strong tones from the likes of Unleashed, the ever present Swedeath classics like Entombed and Obituary are found rubbing shoulders with the angular notes of Discordance Axis and Doom, flowing together in one gribbly monstrosity of a release.
This album is the most polished example of contemporary grind from these veterans of the UK scene.
THE FREEKS enter 2018 with the completion of “CRAZY WORLD”, their fourth full length “LP” and second release for Italian based HEAVY PSYCH SOUNDS RECORDS. A studio record with eight songs that take you on a psychedelic journey from hidden moonlit distilleries all the way up to the Mothership and back down to Mother Earth. It could have happened in 2700 BC and it’s definitely happening again now as THE FREEKS continue to ferment their ethanol infused fuzz rock, bead their songwriting to reflect a heavier content and extract added amounts of psychoactive chemicals from the minds of their listeners.
Under A Funeral Moon, Darkthrone's third album, was originally released by Peaceville in 1993
The album is a bleak reflection of the times with harsh guitar riffage and hateful vocals underpinned by Fenriz' celebrated tight and complex drum patterns.
Continuing with the highly impactive black and white artwork the band nurture their lo-fi approach with a sound that is simple, focused and completely unconcerned with modern day aesthetics.
This is the album that most Darkthrone fans hail as the ultimate manifesto for Black Metal.
Cosmic space lords Farflung return with their new Ep 'Unwound Celluloid Frown' 33 minutes of lysergic grooves and slamming riffs....
Imagine, as if the bastard child of Amon Duul ii and Hawkwind arose from the ashes of America....stark and glimmering......bathed in the energetic glow of the Stooges....one last cup raised to the lunatics and wishing for wounds.... They have set their course for the farthest reaches of the universe.... Are you ready? Are you ready to climb aboard their craft?
Fasten your safety belts, engage your breathing apparatus...the lift off is about to begin....
Savannah, Georgia's BARONESS blow the lid off their cauldron of hall of fame riffs on their first record for Relapse and debut full-length titled Red Album.
With a sound built upon a resolute sense of purpose and shaped by hundreds of explosive live shows, BARONESS position themselves at the forefront of heavy music with an epic album that is at once powerful, expressive, confident, and commanding.
Red Album sees the band expand its sonic vision; colossal riffs and haunting vocals roll like thunder across epic songs spanning both the intense and the sublime. As Red Album proves, BARONESS' formidable reputation proceeds them for a reason.
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Heavy Psych Sounds Records is proud to reveal the first and hotly anticipated details of DUEL's forthcoming album! The Texas occult rockers conjure up another heavy dose of tripped out old school doom metal with their third full length, Valley of Shadows, set to be released May 17th 2019. More blood splattered tales of black magic, sex, ancient curses and devils on the streets, with eight epic and infectious rippers showing a wider range of the bands song writing abilities from psychedelic heavy metal anthems to Thin Lizzy esque dueling guitars to full blast Motorhead shredding!
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It’s easy to imagine the mouthful title of riff-rocking Roman trio Black Rainbows third album, Supermothafuzzalicious!! (double-exclamation points included), emerged as a spontaneous outburst upon hearing the record in studio playback. It’s about as apt a title as I could come up with, and though the band seem to be perpetually following the riffs of guitarist/vocalist Gabriele Fiori, they have undertaken some creative growth since their 2008 debut. (The Obelisk)