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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 7:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nice! Looking forward to that MLP.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 29, 2018 11:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

YK,

What's the status of the Sex Messiah album?

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 30, 2018 7:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Released by HMH Records Germany and distributed by NWN!

Xandril "The Vision of Rotting Darkness: The Demos 1985-1988" DLP

Xandril "Demo I ’83" 7"

Xandril "Demo II ’83" 7"


Best known for their contribution to the classic ‘Teutonic Invasion’ compilation with the speed metal masterpiece ‘Terminal Breath’, Xandril are widely considered one of the greatest 80’s speed metal bands to never have released an album.
Xandril delivered a unique blend of raw and energetic German speed metal with a touch of sophistication at times bordering on progressive, complimented by the untamed, emotional vocals of female frontman Bettina Paschen.
This double LP includes the lesser known ‘Rehearsal ’85’ demo along with the classic demos ‘Rotting Paradise’, ‘The Vision’ and ‘Perfect Darkness’, plus previously unreleased tracks from the ‘Rehearsal ’85’ session. All tracks have been restored from original tapes and mastered for vinyl by Patrick W. Engel at Temple Of Disharmony. The LPs are packaged in a gatefold cover with 4 page insert featuring loads of unseen photos, detailed band history and lyrics for the first time! Each DLP is hand numbered to 500 copies, and also includes a picture card in tribute to Xandril bass player André Philipp who sadly passed away earlier this year, each card individually signed by the other members of the band.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 01, 2018 6:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

NWN PROD wrote:
Shiru wrote:
Finally grabbed both Blasphemy and Sect Pig from IBP...

So what is at press now and when is coming Blood Upon the Soundspace LP?

and any updates on Necrosleezer, new Sect Pig EP, Goatlord/Nunslaughter 4 way split, Ysengrin/Stargazer split LP and Necrosleezer demo repress?


Necrosleezer layout is done. Just waiting to hear back from the band.

Ysengrin/Stargazer recording is done. I need to follow up with the band about the layout.

Sect Pig next MLP will be done by the end of the year I think.

Blood Upon the Altar and Blood Upon the Soundspace MLPs are at the press now. Tape editions of these are also at the press now and will be out first. CD version will include both recordings.

thanks for reply....

I just saw that Luca announced today Mortuary Drapes demos preoders, and couple of things popped up in my mind - do you still to play make MD 7inch? and what happened with possible release of Black Grail - Illuminacion Oscura (Live studio) LP?
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 02, 2018 6:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

OUT NOW

Aqueous ink printing on black Gildan brand TS. Available in sizes S to XXL while supply lasts. Printed by Inferno Screen Printing from NOLA.




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PostPosted: Thu Aug 02, 2018 7:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

OUT NOW!

Sissy Spacek “Ways of Confusion” LP
ANTI-GOTH 392



T Shirts are printed on Gildan brand shirts with discharge and aqueous ink. Available in sizes S to XXL while supply lasts. Printed by Inferno Screen Printing from NOLA.




(Description by C. Conrad)
Although Nuclear War Now! is primarily known for its output of black and death metal, as well as thrash and doom to a somewhat lesser extent, the label has on occasion ventured outside of this tendency when something particularly worthy has caught its ear. Such is the case with its release of Sissy Spacek’s “Ways of Confusion,” an album comprised of thirty-nine tracks of savage, unrelenting grindcore/noisecore, which serves as the follow-up to 2016’s “Disfathom.” The band’s current composition includes two members, John Wiese and Charlie Mumma, whose combined history boasts an impressive level of involvement in grindcore, noise, metal, and other related genres. Along with being the founder of Sissy Spacek, Wiese (bass/electronics/vocals) has performed and collaborated consistently across the American and international underground. Mumma (drums/vocals) was previously linked with NWN! as the drummer and a vocalist for Knelt Rote on its 2010 album, “Insignificant,” and its brilliant 2012 follow-up, “Trespass.” This duo’s collective breadth and depth of experience now manifests itself in Sissy Spacek´s thirtieth full-length album (depending on how you count), which is hereby released in the 20th anniversary year of the band´s prolific existence. Whereas many of the uninitiated would consider such an extensive discography a daunting task to investigate, there is no better point of departure than the present in this case. “Ways of Confusion” embodies all that makes grindcore and its related offshoots some of the most powerful forms of extreme music. In its essence, it is most dependent on and driven by its merciless attack. Indeed, on “Ways of Confusion,” there are no slow dirges, no mid-tempo reprieves, and no breakdowns. Instead, the assault-rifle-style velocity is only exacerbated by the precise starts and stops that punctuate each syncopated track. Meanwhile, the bass churns along at the same blistering pace as the drums, and the harsh electronic noise interspersed throughout creates a jolting, unsettling effect that blurs the line between extreme music and organized chaos. This maelstrom is even further accentuated by the agonizing vocals, which often alternate between or are counterpointed as high-pitched wails and low-frequency growls. For those who are willing and able to subject themselves to such atrocities in a live setting, Sissy Spacek has planned to tour both the U.S. in August and Japan in September, in celebration of its twentieth anniversary and in support of the album. For those who long for their own ruin but are unable or simply unwilling to undergo such a complete, self-imposed sentence of annihilation, “Ways of Confusion” will instead serve as the perfect intermediary solution.

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500 copies pressed; 400 gold vinyl and 100 black vinyl.

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 02, 2018 7:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

OUT NOW

Chaos Echoes “The Unfathomable” MC
ANTI-GOTH 339



(Description by J. Campbell)
It’s been more than two years since France’s Chaos Echoes released their debut full length album, “Transient,” which showcased the band’s deft navigation among labyrinthine channels under, around, and through the outer reaches of the extreme metal genre. “Transient” established Chaos Echoes as one of the most compelling and innovative groups of musicians in the scene, and anyone who has witnessed some of their live performances since that time, such as their flawless presentation at NWN! Fest in 2016, has likely been appropriately awestruck by the band’s skill and dynamism. Listeners may recall that interspersed throughout the “Transient” album were improvisational pieces, referred to as “Interzones” (a nod to Burroughs’ “Naked Lunch”), that provided connective tissue between the more heavily constructed songs on the album. Similarly, “The Unfathomable” may be regarded as an Interzone between the aforementioned “Transient” album and Chaos Echoes’ forthcoming full length, entitled “Mouvement,” which will also be released on NWN! Productions. While this EP is intended as a bridge between the band’s first and second albums, it is also an outlier of sorts, in that this recording is more shapeless and ambient than the album material. “The Unfathomable” is one track—the longest piece in the Chaos Echoes catalog—covering a full side of an LP. (The other side features an etching designed by band leader and visual artist, Stefan Thanneur, who created all the artwork for the release.) “The Unfathomable” is among the most evocative and atmospheric pieces Chaos Echoes has performed. Improvised and recorded in Paris in 2015, the track was edited and mixed by former band member Fabien W. Furter. It is desolate, ritualistic, and cold—lunar in its emptiness. It is a hymn to solitude, a collision of intermittent percussion, strings, and electronics, unfolding in slow, churning motions and abandoned to the corrosive machinations of entropy.

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Limited pressing of 100 pcs.

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 02, 2018 8:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote



October release

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https://nuclearwarnowproductions.bandcamp.com/album/ah-tza-xibalba-itzaes
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 6:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cemetery Lights "The Church on the Island" Demo 2
ANTI-GOTH 412



The second rite of necromantical delirium from the obscure Rhode Island entity. Occult black metal which corrupts the pious and sows doubt in the faithful.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 6:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Blasphemy "Gods of War" MC
ANTI-GOTH 399



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Sometimes overshadowed by the masterful Fallen Angel of Doom LP, Blasphemy’s second and final album, Gods of War, is no less a masterpiece. As often happens to bands that are ahead of their time and don’t fall in line with the trends of their day, Blasphemy suffered setbacks following the release of their debut—most notably was the acrimonious relationship between the band and Wild Rags records. Although Fallen Angel of Doom sold very well, Blasphemy received virtually no royalties from the label, and the band sought out a new label to release its sophomore album. Having already released some of the most significant Black Metal albums of the early 1990s, Osmose was a promising choice for Blasphemy, and a deal was made. In the fall of 1992, Blasphemy returned to Fiasco Bros. studio, this time with a larger budget than they had available for their previous recordings. The core lineup consisting of Nocturnal Grave Desecrator and Black Winds, Caller of the Storms, and 3 Black Hearts of Damnation and Impurity all took part in the Gods of War sessions; however, Black Priest of the 7 Satanic Rituals, who played second guitar on Blood Upon the Altar, and Traditional Sodomizer of the Goddess of Perversity, who played guitar on Fallen Angel of Doom, both left the band prior to the second album. Rather than bring in a second guitarist, the band was joined by bassist Ace Gustapo Necrosleezer and Vaginal Commands, leaving Black Winds able to focus exclusively on his vocals. The immediate force of the Gods of War album is undeniable. At just over 20 minutes in length, it is as succinct and powerful a statement as any Black Metal. On prominent display are the band’s Grindcore influences, with several of the tracks clocking in at under one minute. The album also features re-recordings of four tracks from the Blood Upon the Altar demo, this time with fuller production. Overall, Gods of War features the most aggressive performances and the heaviest sound of Blasphemy’s studio output. This edition of the Gods of War album is also noteworthy because it marks the first time that NWN! has had the honor of releasing it since acquiring the rights to the recording from Osmose. To mark the occasion, NWN! has endeavored to repackage the release with a layout that is more in keeping with Blasphemy’s previous releases, and more consistent with the band’s original vision.

Released in conspiracy with Ross Bay Cult.

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 09, 2018 11:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

OUT NOW!

Faustcoven "In the Shadow of Doom" LP / LP+7"
ANTI-GOTH 396







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Shirts are also available for pre-order. Ships next Tuesday.





Regular Version: Black vinyl LP, 3mm jacket, 12" insert.
Die Hard Version: Sage green vinyl LP, 3mm jacket, 12" insert, bonus 7", short story booklet, woven patch, and sticker.

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Following a period of extended dormancy, Faustcoven has once again risen from below the earth to deliver its fourth tome of infernal hymns of darkness, “In the Shadow of Doom,” which is hereby presented under the familiar banner of Nuclear War Now! It has been six long years of silence and cave-dwelling hibernation since the release of the band’s previous album, “Hellfire and Funeral Bells.” Although such a hiatus has undoubtedly tested the patience of Faustcoven’s reverent followers, the result is one which clearly justifies this inconvenience. Mastermind and multi-instrumentalist Gunnar Hansen has put the time passed in the interim to good use, ensuring that every aspect of the album meets his vision of proper black doom. Those familiar with the band’s previous output will immediately recognize “In the Shadow of Doom” as another of Hansen’s creations, as it bears all of Faustcoven’s signature trademarks. The same general structural framework has been applied in the crafting of each song, and many of the previously-exposed details remain. Perhaps the most obvious of these are the wickedly unsettling vocals, which once again appear to be gargled in blood as they are expectorated forth. At the same time, this is not simply a rehash of the previous three albums. Instead, it is a more riff-dense and obscure beast that is even more complex, dynamic, and textured than the others. The riffs are byzantine in nature – circuitously twisting, morphing, and distorting themselves organically with each new movement of a given song, as they lead wherever they may, thus assuming lives of their own. Furthermore, while Faustcoven has always incorporated elements of traditional doom in its music, they are at times more pronounced on this recording. For example, the main riff to “As White As She Was Pale” reminds of something that may have been written by Candlemass or a similar band, if not for the distinctly foreboding context of darkness in which Faustcoven presents it. This penultimate track then leads perfectly into “Quis Est Iste Qui Venit,” an eight-and-a-half-minute requiem of despair that epitomizes Faustcoven’s unique species of black doom and serves perfectly to close the album. Finally, the production as a whole on “In the Shadow of Doom” is rawer and more live-sounding, especially in comparison to its predecessor, in that it sounds as if it were recorded in the middle of a rehearsal room with instruments blaring beyond recommended levels. For those longing to witness Faustcoven in a true live setting, they need not look any further than this coming November, when the band is scheduled to play the Never Surrender Fest in Berlin, Germany. Until then, “In the Shadow of Doom” will serve more than capably to satiate one’s appetite for the bleakest of black doom.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 12, 2018 11:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What's the status on the next Sabbat album (I believe you said Evoke was next)? I appreciated the quality on the Envenom album, so I've been holding off on grabbing a copy of Evoke until you put your versions out.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 12, 2018 11:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

AngleOffDeeth wrote:
What's the status on the next Sabbat album (I believe you said Evoke was next)? I appreciated the quality on the Envenom album, so I've been holding off on grabbing a copy of Evoke until you put your versions out.


Is the "Envenom" LP still available in Europe, by the way?
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 12, 2018 12:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Iron Pegasus should have it in stock.

Looking forward to the next Sabbat reissue as well!

Will there be any special Sabbat release for the fest?
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 12, 2018 12:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Goat & Moon wrote:
Looking forward to the next Sabbat reissue as well!

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