SNFU ‘SOMETHING GREEN AND LEAFY THIS WAY COMES’ GATEFOLD LP BUNDLE PACK
Finally we have on vinyl versión the reissue of this classic from the Canadian band SNFU.
On his 25th anniversary Godbox Records makes this licensed from Epitaph reissue on 180 grams, gatefold format, and 3 colours (Black, White and Red).
It will be worldwide available from February 2018 at Godbox Records.
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SNFU ‘SOMETHING GREEN AND LEAFY THIS WAY COMES’ GATEFOLD LP
Finally we have on vinyl gatefold version the reissue of this classic from the Canadian band SNFU.
On his 25th anniversary Godbox Records makes this licensed from Epitaph reissue on 180 grams, gatefold format, and 3 colours (Black, White and Red). This edition will be limited to 1000 copies!!!
© & (p) 1993 Epitaph Europe
CHELSEA WOLFE – HISS SPUN LP
RIVAL MOB – MOB JUSTICE LP
THE BODY & FULL OF HATE – ASCENDING A MOUNTAIN OF HEAVY LIGHT LP20,99€ inc. VAT Add to cart
FULL OF HELL – RUDIMENTS OF MUTILATION LP19,00€ inc. VAT Add to cart
CABEZA DE CABALLO “DÖLMENN” LP
HUMO “S/T” LP
Grabado en directo en TUTU Estudios los días 18 y 19 de Julio de 2015 por Sergio Rodríguez y Ruboh
Mezclado y masterizado por Sergio Rodríguez (TUTU Estudios)
Todos los temas compuestos y tocados por Humo
Editado por Humo y La Agonía de Vivir
Colabora Lengua Armada
Diseño por Sheila Melero
ÓSSERP “AL MEU PAS S’ALÇA LA MORT” LP
Al meu pas s’alça la mort
releases October 6, 2017
Released: Abstract Emotions, Godbox, Kremon recs, Blood fire death, Pickyourtwelve, No humano, Brutal arratia, The braves, Hecatombe recs, Wildwildeast Recs.
Produït/Produced: Aleix Archs & Dani Gallego
Bateries gravades/Drums recorded: Aleix Archs & Jordi Mas @ The Room (Barcelona)
Guitarra/Baix gravat/Guitar&Bass recorded: Aleix Archs & Marc Bòria @ LadobleBB (Terrassa)
Veu gravada/Voice recorded: Lolo Gor @ Korsarios (Donostia)
Mesclat/Mixed: Aleix Archs @ LadobleBB (Terrassa)
Masteritzat/Mastered: Brad Boatright @ Audiosiege (Portland,US)
Solo/Lead guitar “Sota la creu de gentil”: Hector (Nashgul)
Veu/Voice “El buit”: Cosco (Rebuig)
MOKSHA “SUPERSILVER HAZE” LP GATEFOLD
Por fin tenemos aqui la reedición en vinilo del mítico Supersilver Haze de Moksha, disponible en 3 opciones de color del vinilo:
– blanco con efecto marmol en negro
– azul con efecto marmol en negro
– blanco luminiscente bajo luz ultravioleta
Todos en 180 gr y carpeta gatefold!!
Remasterizado para el vinilo en estudios ultramarinos por Victor Garcia
Los envios se realizaran la ultima semana de Septiembre
UNIVERSE217 “NEVER” LP
UNIVERSE217 “CHANGE” LP
UNIVERSE217 “EASE” LP
GOLD “OPTIMIST” LP GATEFOLD
FUCKED UP “YEAR OF THE SNAKE” LP
FUCKED UP “YEAR OF THE DRAGON” LP
ENSLAVED “VERTEBRAE” DOBLE LP
Few bands can boast the genre-bending savviness of Norway’s Enslaved. Spanning black, death and Viking metal with healthy sprinklings of prog and post-rock, the band’s style is anything but predictable. But what largely sets Enslaved apart from others who dabble in different sounds is the band’s authenticity. Few can go from Nordic sing-a-longs to black-metal shrieks and avoid sounding like jackals of all trades. And the thought of melding of dissonant riffs with swaggering beats may strike many as being all over the map. But with Vertebrae, Enslaved has managed to do just that with an album that is complex, abrasive and subtle all at once.
“Clouds” begins with a textural intro recalling vintage Rush, before moving into Viking territory with a set of melodic verses. But it’s not long before the eeriness sets in with a flurry of demonic hurls courtesy of vocalist Grutle Kjellson. “To The Coast” is crushing enough with its initial growls but quickly dissolves into a haze of multi-layered voices and enveloping guitars, all before launching into a staccato vocal affront. “Ground” has a jangly, psychedelic feel that recalls Pink Floyd, as does “Center,” once it moves past the Sabbath-esque intro. The title track is one of the more progressive numbers with an erratic structure that thrives on busy guitars, melodic choruses and some tasty keyboard work—none of which overpowers the other.
With Vertebrae, Enslaved further cements its legacy as an outfit hell-bent on musical exploration and genre manipulation. But besides the sonic barrage of power and volume, it’s largely a melodic album with a meticulous attention to detail.
CROWBAR “THE SERPENT ONLY LIES” LP+CD
Twenty-six years in, and Crowbar sounds more like being killed by a gorilla than ever. On their 11th full-length album, the NOLA sludge-metal quartet returns to form with a pessimistic beatdown that recalls the glory days of classics like 1998’s Odd Fellows Rest. Riff master Kirk Windstein shrieks and groans with snarling vigor, while his chugging guitar parts sport renewed heft due to the return of founding bassist Todd “Sexy T” Strange. Certain metal bands, like cast-iron pans, only get better with age and elbow grease.
FARSIDE “THE MONROE DOCTRINE” LP
Some things are worth the wait. Despite the fact that their last record came out in 1995, doesn’t mean the band hasn’t been busy. The Monroe Doctrine is the culmination of ten years of progression for the band and reflects their diverse mixture of punk, post-punk, indie and pop melodies (not to mention a throw back or two to some good old grind core). “It’s absolutely the best record we’ve ever done,” says the band and they’re not joking.
CATTLE DECAPITATION “THE ANTHROPOCENE EXTINCTION” LP
The The Anthropocene Extinction is Cattle Decapitation’s seventh full length album. It was released on August seventh, 2015. The album primarily focuses upon the human race annihilating itself.
BRAND NEW “THE DEVIL AND GOD ARE RAGING” DOBLE LP
The Devil And God Are Raging Inside Me is the third studio album by the alternative rock band, Brand New.
The name of the album came from a conversation frontman Jesse Lacey was having with a friend about musician Daniel Johnston who suffers from schizophrenia.
The record was released in 2006.
MONO “THE LAST DAWN” LP
The Last Dawn is the first of these two companion albums, and is the “lighter” of the two, thematically and melodically. It contains undoubtedly some of MONO’s strongest songs ever, drawing on an array of influences from minimalist film score to vintage shoegaze. It is MONO at their absolute purest, executing an uncanny, unspoken dialogue with each other without the dozens of stringed instruments that have been so prominent throughout their catalog. The songs are also noticeably more efficient – there hasn’t been a MONO full-length record to fit on a single slab of vinyl since 2003’s One Step More And You Die – and the album benefits immeasurably from this streamlined approach. MONO have always been masters of telling compelling stories without words. But now they’ve proven they can do it without frills, too.
MONO “RAYS OF DARKNESS” LP
Rays of Darkness is the first MONO album in 15 years to feature no orchestral instruments whatsoever. That fact alone is remarkable given the band’s reputation for sweeping, dramatic instrumentals that recall Oscar-worthy film scores. Instead, Rays of Darkness more closely resembles a jet engine taking off inside a small, crowded auditorium. It is MONO’s blackest album ever, a collection of scorched riffs, doom rhythms, and an unexpected contribution from post-hardcore pioneer Tetsu Fukagawa of Envy. The album ends with the smoldering wreckage of distorted guitars and ominous drones playing out a eulogy to the days when MONO shot blinding rays of light through seemingly endless darkness.
FANGE “POISSE” LP
Time for something heavy and hard hitting as hell from the depths of hell. FANGE are a loud as fuck Noise/Sludge Metal band put on this planet to scare the utter hell out of you. FANGE are a noisy as hell Sludge Metal band with a delicious dark edge to their music. Their debut release – Poisse – is 30 minutes of finely tuned pile-driving sludge metal riffs that will play havoc with your nervous system.
The vocals from Jean-Baptiste feel they have came from a soundtrack to a violent horror movie from the 70s and 80s. He doesn’t mess around here folks. He is loud, mean and pissed off as hell. From the very first chainsaw based riffs of opening track – Grêle Molle – you can feel the terror and torture of FANGE coming to claim you as their next victim. That’s how powerful and scary their music actually is.
If you’re a fan of Primitive Man then you’re going to love these guys as they play the same kind of filth ridden torturous Sludge Metal riffs that band is known for. It’s hard to believe that this band features members from Huata and Brian Pyramid. Benjamin and Baptiste must have had a really bad day when they decided to form this band with Jean-Baptiste as this is dangerous as hell Sludge Metal with a capital – FUCK ME. THIS IS HEAVY.
FANGE blast their way through a stunning arsenal of tracks to leave you feeling emotionally drained. Though it’s the 8 minute epic – Suaire – that makes this album such a rewarding experience. It’s packed full of ambient based noises before the scary as hell Sludge Metal atmospheric kick into action once again.
I think I have said too much. Take my word – Listen to this album and feel the terrifying experience that is FANGE. A truly intense band have announced their arrival to the world. Pray for us all as it maybe to late to save our souls!!!
SHELTER “PERFECTION OF DESIRE” LP
Their first release. Ray Cappo (Youth Of Today) with music played by Tommy Capone (Beyond, Bold, Quicksand), and Todd, Dave and Bill from CT’s 76% Uncertain. CD includes sermon.
GHOLD “PYR” LP
Ghold return with the next chapter in their ever-expanding direction, emerging with the new album PYR, which also marks the band’s first recording as a trio with multi-instrumentalist/guitarist Oliver Martin.
PYR is towering with a sonic thickness, frantic dizzying energy and shattering immediacy, penetrated by despondent howls and an uncompromising slice of remorselessness. Yet even the seasoned Ghold fans will find something new here, as collaborative noises and instruments creep into their sound. On their third album, they have elevated their tectonic tonality to a level of innate expertise, with an evident sincerity that cannot be learned. Encased in a heavy exoskeleton, these compositions are at their heart achieving the special form of beauty that can only be conveyed by some special artists working in the medium of loud music, and their wide palette and strong instrumental bonds are the result of a fearless approach, drawing inspiration directly from themselves and their surroundings. Influencing the four track album was the band’s previous dwellings, Pyrford House, Brixton (London). At the time of recording it was undergoing vast changes, multiple evictions and imminent demolition. The site no longer exists but the music that was created there shall bellow forward and beyond.
The lyrics harken to the abstract – where the disjointed dystopic present intertwines destructive futures; the successive decline of consciousness and the forced negation between nomadity and nonentity. The artwork is a collection of overlaid images found and arranged to form prismatic and shifting landscapes; uneasy and disorientating – just like the sonic, just like the present.
Closing this raw, honest and unrelenting four-track is ‘Despert Thrang’ – a long-form progressive piece of music that fills the entirety of Side B on the LP, featuring guest vocalist Rose Dagul adding to the disorienting cavalcade that is PYR.
Heavy 12″ black vinyl housed in spined sleeve with double sided insert.
GHOLD “OF RUIN” LP
The two components of bass and drums are bound together so tight on Of Ruin that they resemble a singular gnarled entity, kneading together groove and melody like putty in the palm of their hands, with explosive results. Intrinsically heavy and elastically supercharged, Ghold create a strain of viscous rock that is as plainly devastating as it is capricious, pushing down the scales in a myriad of manners to achieve an ever heavier outcome. The wealth of ideas presented by Paul Antony and Aleks Wilson on Of Ruin surpass the imaginations of the majority, and it’s easy to see why Terrorizer tipped them as one to watch for 2015.
The alchemic duo fuse elements of power violence, doom, gloom and heavy rock with enchanting vocal incantations. Since their inception in 2012, Ghold have been steadily amassing fans of their filth jams from countless shows performing alongside the likes of Yob, Pallbearer, Stephen O’Malley and Årabrot.
Of Ruin was mastered by James Plotkin, and the CD and LP artwork features different paintings by Alex Virji.
DAN SWANO “MOONTOWER” LP
Moontower is a solo studio album by the Swedish musician Dan Swanö.
Dan Swanö described the album as sounding like “If Rush played death metal in the 1970s”.
CULT OF LUNA “MARINER” DOBLE LP
Mariner is a collaborative studio album between the Swedish band Cult of Luna and the American vocalist Julie Christmas, formerly of the bands Made Out of Babies and Battle of Mice. Serving as Cult of Luna’s seventh studio album and the first time Christmas has appeared on the entirety of a full-length album since her 2010 solo debut The Bad Wife, Mariner was released on April 8, 2016 through Indie Recordings. Contrasting the industrial city themes of Cult of Luna’s last studio efforts, Vertikal and Vertikal II from 2013, Mariner focuses its concept on space exploration.
CULT OF LUNA “LIVE AT LA GAITE LYRIQUE: PARIS” TRIPLE LP
Swedish six-piece Cult Of Luna is well known for its mesmerising live shows, so even those with the highest expectations for this release will not be disappointed. This is post-metal at its best, presented on three black or orange/yellow vinyl platters in a trifold sleeve.