Debut full length of this raw & dirty Catalonian motherfuckers! Blackened Thrash / Death as it's best!
If you like MOTÖRHEAD, NOCTURNAL BREED, SODOM and that kind of bands, this one will fucking blow your head off!
Released on vinyl by Trabuc / Equinox Records before, now finally available as CD!
It comes in a noble 4 pannel digipack in the size of an 7".
Cover art and digipack design by Cesar Valladares. Produced and mixed by Javi Moontower.
Never applause only bang your head!!
One of the first records NWN! released was MORBOSIDAD's magnificent blasphemic self-titled opus and the relationship between NWN! and MORBOSIDAD has endured for more than a decade. Although MORBOSIDAD formed in 1993, the band only released two demos before the death of drummer Yegros forced the band into a torpor that lasted for several years until Tomas Stench reassembled a line-up to record what would become the band?s debut album. Recorded in 1998 and originally released in 2000 on Quadrivium, it was only available on CD and featured garish, unsuitable cover artwork. Within a year of beginning NWN! Productions, YK Insulter approached the band about re-issuing the album on vinyl with new artwork.
One of the first records NWN! released was MORBOSIDAD's magnificent blasphemic self-titled opus and the relationship between NWN! and MORBOSIDAD has endured for more than a decade. Although MORBOSIDAD formed in 1993, the band only released two demos before the death of drummer Yegros forced the band into a torpor that lasted for several years until Tomas Stench reassembled a line-up to record what would become the band?s debut album...
Limited to 500 unites. Released by Morbid Skull Records from El Salvador.
Review on ToMetal.com webzine:
Still blazing in the underground, the long-running Swedish black/death metallers under the name Mordant continue to utilize the work on their country?s history and heritage in making this one of the most ferocious yet melodic albums in the scene. Finally coming back after a five-year break from releases, the group finally prepares it?s third full-length effort released November 30, 2016 on To the Death Records....
"Returning to haunt the crypts ten years after the sadly rather lacklustre Buried in Time, Italy's venerable Mortuary Drape have delivered a fine return to form in the shape of Spiritual Independence. Dating back to 1987, with the potential exception of the aforementioned predecessor, Mortuary Drape have carved an impressive legacy based on a sound which, while identifiably black metal, draws more from the melodic sensibility of traditional heavy metal than any of the usual genre tropes. This in itself has always been one of the major appeals of the band: a sense of dynamism and understanding of the elements contributing to engaging and memorable songwriting. Throughout the album this element shines through again and again. The band demonstrates an admirable ability to make a riff last just exactly as long as it should, neither abruptly appearing then vanishing nor outstaying its welcome and becoming leaden or plodding.
There seem to be many legends of Black Metal - but there are only a few who really live up to that honor. In the late eighties the three possessed servants of Hell of the band MYSTIFIER (Brazil) released their first demos and founded the special sound of Southern American Black and Death Metal. With their raw guitar sound and the hellish vocals they led Metal on paths unknown, deep down into the pits of Hell. Comparisons to VON, SARCOFAGO and HELLHAMMER are legit ? serious business, you get the idea.
Utterly deep and dense Black/Doom from this Russian bands. A side project of the BLACKDEATH guys. They call their style "Goat Stoner Metal" but don't be afraid: this has nothing to do with the "Stoner Metal" you know from pussy Magazines. This is utterly dark and dense Black/Doom.
For nearly ten years, the Toronto-based band Nuclearhammer has endeavored to refine and perfect its aural strategy. A succession of demos and EPs served as a preface to the bestial emanations featured on its 2009 debut album, "Obliteration Ritual". Though it is a superb release in its own right, the debut album and the myriad EPs that followed appear, in retrospect, as stepping-stones to the band?s full realization of its own potential, which it has attained on its new album, "Serpentine Hermetic Lucifer".
Black / Thrash inferno from this kult North American band. This is their second full length originally released in 2002 via Utterly Somber Creations. This is the official re-release via Embrace My Funeral with a new cover and layout. It also contains the song "I Am The Tyranny Of Evil Men"(an audio clip from "Pulp Fiction" movie that the original version didn't have). Must have! Killer!