A New Brotherhood Formed By Members Of
Anael, Hellish Crossfire And Mosaic
Crafted An Unquie Manifesto Of Okkvlt Death Metal
Taking The Listener Back To The Ancient
Mythology Around The Aegean Sea.
Mixed And Mastered At The "Temple Of Disharmony"
Featuring Guest-Appearance By Drakh (Katharsis) On Hammond Organ
Debut EP of this amazing Black/Death Metal band from Switzerland.
- 350g Reverside Board Jacket With Gold & Silver Print And Inner Pocket Flooded In Gold. - 140g C.M.E. Clear Vinyl - 350g Insert With Gold & Silver Print - 3 New Studio Songs With A Playing Time Of 23 Minutes - Artwork By Alexander Brown/BNB - Limited To 1000 Copies
A unique, nearly-nameless entity from Sweden, FOR create sepulchral black/death metal from uniquely-located, surely-nameless depths. Their Kundaz debut album appeared seemingly out of nowhere in early 2013, and now arrives the Blakaz Asko Hertô 12" MLP via IRON BONEHEAD PRODUCTIONS. Devoted to the Germanic black witch Gullveig and her Thursian bloodline of ravenous hordes of wolves and werewolves, the concept of FOR 's music is based upon the sacred bindrune, Ulfhamir, and pursues to invoke the black wolf-spirit within.
At long last, INFERNAL CURSE reveal their highly anticipated second album, Apocalipsis, set for release on vinyl LP via IRON BONEHEAD PRODUCTIONS. Hailing from the oft-overlooked scene of Argentina, INFERNAL CURSE are a study in patience and defiance. Forming in 2008, early on, the band's sound was strictly within the blown-out blackthrash characteristic of South America's most-underground metal, culminating in the clattering 'n' chaotic Awakening of the Damned debut LP in 2012. However, it was with the IRON BONEHEAD-released mini-album The End Upon Us in 2014 where INFERNAL CURSE truly found their stride. Reigning in the chaos for a more pulsing form of barbarity, the power-trio were as violent and virulent as ever, but pushed the still-overwhelming physicality into the beyond.
"The End Upon Us"...so proclaim Argentinean black/death cult INFERNAL CURSE with their new 12" MLP. Across four swift slices of barbaric bestiality, this power-trio paints a vivid portrait of a future most fatal. Explosions of subharmonic riff, drums driven with animalistic abandon, sepulchral voices plumbing the depths of the abyss, and chaotic leads divebombing into and out of the metaphysical carnage: here, INFERNAL CURSE up-ratchet all the aspects that made their Awakening of the Damned debut so deadly, rendering The End Upon Us a study in deeply occult savagery. This is The End Upon Us...
- 300gsm Regular Jacket With Matt Varnish & Interior Flooded In Black - 140g Black Vinyl - 4 Pages Insert In 12" Size On 150gsm Art Paper With Matt Varnish - A3 Poster On 150gsm Art Paper With Gloss Varnish - Limited To 500 Copies - Mastered By D. Lowndes/Resonance Studio - Cover By B. Johnson
Nine raw, satanic, blasphemous, hateful hymns. 35 minutes of a tarry mix of blackened death metal forged in the old school underground metal. Ominous, bleeding songs destroy the prevailing dogma, burn religious symbols, unleash hellish war against the modern world and turn into ashes human frailties.
IRON BONEHEAD PRODUCTIONS is proud to present a special 12" MLP from TEMPLE BELOW entitled The Dark Goddess. A pan-international entity spanning South America and Europe, TEMPLE BELOW brand their music "Black Magic Metal of Death" and appropriately summon sulfurous atmosphere and bestial madness, their sound brimming with gnarling violence and in-the-red hysteria. With four years between releases, TEMPLE BELOW are not ones to rush things, and that patience to their black-magick craft pays off with The Dark Goddess: three tracks of gibbering, pulsing possession occasionally stretched to epic ends and one haunting soundscape of evil entrantment, all as it should be and in demonic harmony, altogether creating a Lovecrafting landscape of nameless horrors and eldritch energy.
Germany?s The Fog is an intense three-piece unit that plays some very good Doom/Death metal.
THE FOG down pick away to destruction on Perpetual Blackness. The vocals on here are quite intense. The occasional uppicks and transition riffs scale up the fretboard punk-style. I?d perhaps describe their style as venerable doom act COFFINS meets Finland?s underrated Lantern in a back alley brawl. If you?re a fan of doom/death, this is one record to check out.
IRON BONEHEAD PRODUCTIONS is proud to present URN's highly anticipated fourth album, The Burning. One of the Finnish underground's longest-running yet best-kept secrets, URN have been flying the flag of hate for unholy blackthrash since 1994. Founded by ex-Barathrum guitarist Sulphur, URN have been a study in delayed-gratification patience and trend-bucking defiance. Their 2001 debut LP 666 Megatons sounded exactly like that, detonating a nuclear blast of classic blackthrash-cum-speed metal, which was further roughed up and refined on the successive LPs Dawn of the Devastation (2006) and Soul Destroyers (2008). But just as URN had seemingly perfected their addicting 'n' acidic style, their classic power-trio lineup disintegrated and it was up to Sulphur to rebuild the band again. And rebuild, the bass-playing frontman did, as The Burning is the triumphant phoenix from the ashes.