Bulldozer Vinyl Repress

bulldozer the final separation

Bulldozer’s first two albums of drunken Motorhead, proto-underground metal in the style of Venom and Sodom are being repressed on vinyl from the original tapes for the first time in thirty years by F.O.A.D Records. Neither of these albums ever had good CD releases (the CDs sound like compressed needle drops) so fans of beer-fueled, 1980s first-wave black metal might want to check these ¬†out.


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5 thoughts on “Bulldozer Vinyl Repress”

  1. Parasite says:

    I will buy this to find out where they recorded the day of wrath and all other production/equipment details involved in the recording of this album. 80’s Death/Black aesthetics down to a T. HAIL!

    1. C.M. says:

      I listened to Day of Wrath for the first time and everything from the mixing to the guitar tone to the songwriting sounds very cool. May pick up a copy myself.

  2. At the Bill Gates says:

    I can’t repress the fuckin’ urge to remind ya that records get ‘re-pressed’; emotions get ‘repressed’. FIGURE IT OUT. lol

    1. Anthony says:

      How’s that Asperger’s working for you?

      1. At the Bill Gates says:

        You say that, but you know I’m right. Certainly you would re-press the truth…

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