The long awaited split LP between Polish progressive grinders ANTIGAMA and Swedish horror/prog rock masters ANIMA MORTE is unleashed!
Black vinyl LP limited to 400 units. Comes with a big poster and a set of some kind of postcards inside a black envelope.
The Polish quartet offers one new song and ?Malcontento Popolare? cover song by Alessandro Alessandroni, famous multi-instrumentalist and film score maker from Italy. For those who are familiar with prolific discography of ANTIGAMA know it?s not the first time they pay homage to horror music. Nearly ten years ago the band recorded ?Zombi? cover song by Italian progressive rock band GOBLIN. ANTIGAMA's side was recorded and mixed at JNS Studio, Warsaw, Poland with Pawel Grabowski late 2015/early 2016. Mastered by James Plotkin (O.L.D., REGURGITATION, ATOMSMASHER, KHANATE).
One of the darkest albums of the German Death Metal Underground is finally being repressed: ?O Agios Pethane? by BLOOD, which is THE reference value from 1993. This hybrid of Death Metal and Grind, combined with a little Thrash Metal and Punk is a benchmark of brutal music: a twisted mood, neck-twisting blast passages, sick bass-solos and bellowing vocals are mixed into one single dark brew ? an album that deserves its credit as a legend.
BLOOD is the oldest German Grind band (since 1986!), and amongst acts such as NAPALM DEATH, EXTREME NOISE TERROR and AGTHOCLES one of the oldest bands still in the game! BLOOD never sold their ideals and their soul ? this you can experience listening to ?O Agios Pethane?!
7" Split between the German bands ERODED and DEPRESSION. Limited to 500 units (100 in red and 400 in black). We only have the black vinyl.
ERODED contributes with two new and exclusive songs of pure Death Metal madness as they always do. DEPRESSION adds three new songs of old school & groovy Death Metal / Grind + a cover version of DEATH.
Originally released in 1996 but out of print for many years now, Macabre Requiems was the grand culmination of GROG's hard work in the underground during the early '90s. The band, in fact, was one of the very first extreme metal bands to hail from Portugal, and thereby influenced generations to come. Hearing Macabre Requiems, whether it was during its original release or especially now, it's not difficult to imagine why it was influential: ghastly and grinding, grisly and gutted, the album is pure and total DEATH METAL of a most early '90s vintage, horror-ridden and heavy as fuck. Utterly raw and flesh-ripping, GROG assault the listener with 43 minutes of ungodly deathgrind across these Macabre Requiems, with songs ranging from five minutes to some under a minute, altogether exhibiting a lively and dynamic flow that ends in the listener being completely pulverized!