Hammerheart Records is pressing Pestilence – Consuming Impulse t-shirts to go along with their two cd reissue of Pestilence’s classic second album.
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Hammerhearts Records is reissuing the final two tech death records of the original run of Pestilence albums later this year too.
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Dan Swanö is mastering the upcoming Pestilence album, which titled Hadeon and comes out March 1st of next year on Hammerheart Records.
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Hammerheart Records are reissuing the Pestilence‘s death/speed metal debut album, Malleus Maleficarum on all formats.
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Sadistic reviews by Linus Douglas.
Sadly apart from Sammath, some other Dutch metal, and reissues, Hammerheart Records appears to publish many moronic releases produced by poor excuses for neurons in hopes of flooding shelves like every other larger metal label.
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Hammerheart Records is reissuing Master‘s second album, On the Seventh Day God Created… Master, on both CD and LP. Get the CD digipak as it contains the Speckmann Project as a bonus disc. Leave the vinyl with the same sound for the hipsters.
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Cirith Gorgor try to apply the technical musicianship of the best death metal to black metal as Demonaz did on Immortal‘s heavily Morbid Angel influenced last gasp, Blizzard Beasts. However Cirith Gorgor’s songwriting on Bi Den Dode Hant cannot even hope to approach the level of the Norwegian greats and best death metal bands of the early nineties; Cirith Gorgor sound more like Hate Eternal or any other generic rock band recorded by Erik Rutan‘s Klingon forehead trying to be Mayhem as black metal is cool with the kiddies now due to them reading on Facebook that Varg stabbed Euronymous in the face over twenty years ago.
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