Bolzer – Hero Diehard Colored Vinyl

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Hipster alternative rock band Bolzer announced the various editions that their godawful debut album Hero will be available in on their Facebook page. The diehard LP version will exclusively be available in colored vinyl. Bolzer call the color “semen/copper burst“. Inspired by what ends up in Bolzer’s toilet when they forget to use an enema, Hero shares the same color as the mushy results of vigorous, unprotected anal sex.

Metal Blade Reissues Immolation Albums

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Metal Blade Records has reissued the three Immolation albums that they hold the rights to: Here in After, Failures for Gods, and Close to a World Below. These three records, the latter two with flashier but less pure drummer Alex Hernandez, are some of the bands peak works and saw them completely leave behind the few vestiges of speed metal that remained on Dawn of Possession, which is perhaps still their best overall work. Following Close to a World Below, the quality of the band’s material greatly declined even though their last record with Hernandez, Unholy Cult, was still a strong release.

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Enslaved – Vikingligr Veldi Debuts On Vinyl

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Enslaved‘s debut 1994 album Vikingligr Veldi is out on vinyl for the first time for all the crazy collector hipsters out there who need a CD on wax courtesy of Norse Music. The 2x LP comes in a gatefold sleeve and features a new layout designed by Zbigniew Bielak (Mayhem, Zom, Ghost).

The Wine of Satan Compilation Reissue

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Finnish label The Sinister Flame is rereleasing the legendary underground Wine of Satan black metal compilation featuring Beherit, Master’s Hammer, and Mortuary Drape! From The Sinister Flame’s Funbook page:

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Bulldozer Vinyl Repress

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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.