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Metal / Re: WAR Productions (Lvsitania) - Mailorder
« Last post by war_productions on November 11, 2014, 05:30:54 PM »
Hello there,

On the first of November we proudly released
Defuntos "Almas vazias... Almas Perdidas" in Pro tape
Limited to 111 copies.

This is the tape version of the album.
Expect nothing more than Black Doom Metal at is best.
The tape is dedicated to the owner.
Besides the tape artwork, all tapes come with a booklet (B/W), size A6 with the lyrics of the songs, in the band's native language.

No more words needed.

We are open to trades. Just email us.

Metal / Re: OrthodoxBlackMetal webzine
« Last post by Mpastardos on November 06, 2014, 02:55:23 PM »
The very interesting interview with Bill A. from The Elysian Fields from Greece is online. Check it out.

English http://www.orthodoxblackmetal.com/theelysianfields2014.php

Greek http://www.orthodoxblackmetal.com/theelysianfields2014gv.php

Metal / --
« Last post by wwr on November 06, 2014, 01:45:07 PM »
In stock:

MANIAC The art of the Cainam CD (Mithra Diffusion)

MANIAC (France - Death metal with female singer) with the new album "The art of the Cainam".


Metal / Relation of symphonic movements to the energy rise/collapse cycle of ambient
« Last post by aquarius on November 06, 2014, 08:05:09 AM »
i    Genesis
ii   Expansion
iii  Decay
iv  Collapse

The complete ambient cycle from start to finish (if indeed starting and finishing can even apply to such a cycle).
An energy rise and subsequent energy collapse mirrored by the component parts of this structure with it's movements.

i    Expansion
ii   Decay
iii  Collapse
iv  Aftermath

The formative patterns are in full swing from the onset, there is a final movement often providing a useful contrast from those sections which structurally pervade it but often less so in the way of reflection or contemplation.

i    Decay
ii   Collapse
iii  Aftermath
iv  Genesis

Endtimes structure otherwise known as a cynical or pessimistic type view point for the cycle which displays deconstruction through abstraction. The outer last movement representing a glimmer of 'hope'.

i   Collapse
ii  Aftermath
iii Genesis
iv Expansion

And by now you should know what comes after expansion :(

How many million more ways could there be to tell a story, and a for each of those ways, how many million more variations and entry points into a given cycle (or set of cycles).

There probably needs to be more than a handful of metal releases (as album structure) to which this idea could apply in order for it to have any credibility. But for now, let it stand as an off the bat idea, which may or may not be interesting, an idea that I put forth to you!
Metal / Out Now: Hämys - KISIKILLILLVKX / Blutklinge - Reflection DIGIPACK-CD
« Last post by EER on November 04, 2014, 08:00:37 PM »


Finnish black metal act Hämys return with a new EP of melodic punchy black metal with punkish spirit.


Music: www.youtube.com/watch?v=GOCVYVJWpgg


Blutklinge - Reflection Of A Bleack Mind DIGIPACK-CD

Re-Release on digipack CD from this great german depressiv Black Metal Band.

1. Intro
2. Day I 
3. Day II 
4. Reflection 
5. Night I 
6. Night II 
7. The Ghost I 
8. The Ghost II
9. Erinnerung
10. Outro 
11. Depression of a Doomed 

Music: http://youtu.be/sG3ZX4Jtzqk

Order Now: www.platten-firma.de
Audiofile / Re: Varathron
« Last post by trystero on November 03, 2014, 01:33:11 PM »
The link for the 1997 compilation is in fact the identically named 1991 demo.

Correct link: Varathron - Genesis of Apocryphal Desire (1997, Mega)
Metal / Witching Hour - Where Pale Winds Take Them High...
« Last post by FB6 on November 02, 2014, 10:27:20 AM »
Witching Hour - Where Pale Winds Take Them High... 12" Mlp
available at http://www.undercover-records.de/shop/ and many other Distros!

Listen at: www.youtube.com/watch?list=UUPrqXEeZGh1wm0gkEswXu-g&v=esx9OOxIq2o

More infos at: https://www.facebook.com/WitchingHourThrash
Metal / CORR MHÓNA debut album 'DAIR' (Gaelic Metal from Cork, Ireland)
« Last post by Corr_Mhóna on November 02, 2014, 09:24:29 AM »

Corr Mhóna debut album ‘DAIR’;  45 minutes of unique Gaelic metal from West Cork, Ireland.  If you want to hear something new and original right now, have a listen through the link below.


Corr Mhóna’s music is a blend of different genres, with doom, black and death metal elements more prominent.  They sing entirely in the Irish language (Gaeilge) and use a combination of harsh and cleanly sung vocal harmonies.  Instrumental and classical / acoustic sections are also included when and where it suits the music.  Inspired by many different bands and musical styles, they always attempt to combine these influences to create something unique.

Formed in 2009, Corr Mhóna consists of two pairs of brothers.  The band has played gigs in both Ireland and the U.K. with bands such as Mael Mórdha, The Wounded Kings, For Ruin, Sirocco, Old Corpse Road and Brigantia.  Corr Mhóna released a debut e.p. in 2010 entitled 'Corrguíneacht'.  After a hiatus, Corr Mhóna started gigging again and began writing new material.  This material has since come to fruition, in the form of their debut album 'Dair', which was launched on Saturday Oct 4th, 2014.

Béir Bua,

Corr Mhóna


[email protected]
Metal / Simpsons themed thrash punk - TEACHER MOTHER SECRET LOVER
« Last post by NAUSEARAMA on November 01, 2014, 03:59:11 PM »
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