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Destroyer (Picture Disc)Picture Disc Edition - Limited To 500 Copies
19 years after its original release the classic Norwegian Black Metal album is presented again. With no further introduction needed, the early Norwegian black metal band Gorgoroth had been crushing everything in its path ever since their birth in 1992 and with this, their 4th studio album, things were no different. Introducing Gaahl on vocals on the opening track, and with guest appearances of Frost (Satyricon), Daimonion (Enslaved), Ares (Aeternus) in addition to the reaping vocal performance by legendary singer Pest, all under the supervising leadership of Infernus, the message was clear: total Norwegian black metal destruction!
*Artwork is subject to change.1. Destroyer
2. Open The Gates
3. The Devil, The Sinner And His Journey
4. Om Kristen Og Jodisk Tru
5. Pa Slagmark Langt Mot Nord
7. The Virginborn
8. Slottet I Det Fjerne$26.99Vinyl LP Picture Disc - Sealed Buy Now
Darker Handcraft (Awaiting Repress)Trap Them return to the forefront of American extreme music with their latest masterpiece of brutality Darker Handcraft, their Prosthetic debut and follow up to 2008's Seizures in Barren Praise. The band once again recorded their metal, punk, d-beat, hardcore hybrid with Converge guitarist, Kurt Ballou at his God City Studios. Lyrically and sonically, Darker Handcraft is as bleak, angry and desperate as ever. The album's artwork was done by similar minded artist, Justin Bartlett, who has also collaborated with Gorgoroth, Sunn O))) among others.$16.99Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
Greatest Of DeceiversLimited Edition 180-Gram White Vinyl Pressing Of Band's 3rd Full Length Album.
Greatest of Deceivers, the fourth album by Borre, Norway's Nidingr since 1996, the group takes a black metal approach to a lengthy list of influences. The group's mastermind, Morten Iversen, better known as Teloch, has been involved in the Scandinavian black metal scene since the prime of its second wave when it was ruled by a hardline orthodoxy that didn't allow for much in the way of crossover, and when a lot of other metal scenes didn't want much to do with it in return.
Despite his involvement with such classically-minded groups as Mayhem, Gorgoroth, 1349, and Ov Hell, Iversen's got an especially broad sonic vision. Greatest of Deceivers is a dense and complex mass made up of songs that themselves generally have more discrete movements than you can count on one hand. Some of them offer blackened takes on full-throttle death metal and crust punk. Others offer complicated leads and tricky time signatures that hint at mathcore and sometimes even at a particularly gnarly interpretation of jazz. Occasionally the group cuts back the aggression sharply and coasts into near-ambiance. In terms of compositional ambition the songs are closer to the labyrinthine post-rock and post-hardcore bands of the mid to late 90s than the savagely straightforward black metal outfits that were operating around the same time.
- Miles Raymer1. Greatest of Deceivers
2. All Crowns Fall
3. O Thou Empty God
4. The Balances
5. Vim Patior
6. Rags Upon A Beggar
7. The Worm is Crowned
8. Pure Pale Gold
9. Mother of Abominations
10. Dweller in the Abyss$29.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Nattestid (Out of Stock)In 1993, taake mastermind hoest formed the band under the name thule, releasing two demos; Der Vinterstormene Raste in 1993 and 1994's Omfavnet Av Svarte Vinger. Shortly afterwards, thule became taake (meaning 'Fog' in English), a name which better reflected the band's music and the area where hoest was from; the mountains of Bergen, Norway.
the first full-length album, Nattestid..., was originally released in 1999. the album was
written entirely by hoest, who was joined by a session musician, tundra, to perform
bass and drums. It was recorded 1997/98 at the legendary grieghallen Studios (Immortal, Mayhem, gorgoroth) with Pytten.
Nattestid was a stellar introduction to taake's unusual brand of cold and yet surprisingly melodic, at times complex composition. The album featured both grim and clean vocals alongside icy riffs and atmospherics creating a truly dark experience.
The lyrics were written and sung in old Norwegian and with an execution compared to the likes of earlier Darkthrone, Immortal or Satyricon, Nattestid was quickly acclaimed as a classic of Norwegian Black Metal. This edition is presented on 180 gram vinyl with evocative alternate cover art.1. Nattestid Ser Porten Vid I
2. Nattestid Ser Porten Vid II
3. Nattestid Ser Porten Vid III
4. Nattestid Ser Porten Vid IV
5. Nattestid Ser Porten Vid V
6. Nattestid Ser Porten Vid VI
7. Nattestid Ser Porten Vid VII$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock