TERRIFIER - Trample The Weak, Devour The Dead LP Black Vinyl
TERRIFIER - Trample The Weak, Devour The Dead LP Black Vinyl For fans of Destruction, Bonded by Blood, Havok, Heathen..
TERRIFIER - Trample The Weak, Devour The Dead LP Black Vinyl For fans of Destruction, Bonded by Blood, Havok, Heathen..
TERRIFIER - Trample The Weak, Devour The Dead CD For fans of Destruction, Bonded by Blood, Havok, Heathen..
RAPTURE - Paroxysm of Hatred LP Black Vinyl Recommended if you like Demolition Hammer, Schizophrenia, Morbid Saint, Ripper...
BELUSHI SPEED BALL - What, Us Worry - Transparent Blue Vinyl Limited European version For fans of Municipal Waste, Crisix...
TYMO - The Art Of A Maniac - Cloudy Green Vinyl Limited to 200 Copies Recommended if you like : Exodus, Lich King, Havok...
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Marque: CANNABIS CORPSE
Green/Yellow Vinyl Limited Edition to 250 Copies !!!
Marque: THE CROWN
THE CROWN - Royal Destroyer LP 180g Black VinylGatefold + Poster + Download Card
LIK - Carnage LP - Limited Edition Marbled VinylRed/Black Marbled Vinyl strictly limited to 500 numeroted copies worldwide !!!Single Jacket w/ Insert + A1 Size Poster (23" x 33") + Digital Download Card
ENDSEEKER - The Harvest LP 180g Black Vinyl, Poster, Download Card
Marque: LOCK UP
with O card Cd, Cassette, Flag, Metal Pendant all packed in a deluxe heavy cardboard full colour box set The sound of veteran brutality enthusiasts letting rip like there’s no tomorrow. LOCK UP new album is a new era of celebratory sonic destruction ! This is Grindcore supremacy !
POWERWOLF - The Metal Mass Live - 2 Blu-Ray+CD Mediabook
POWERWOLF - The Metal Mass Live - 2 DVD+CD Mediabook
limited edition 250 copies only ) imported from malaysia, high quality vinyl / recording !
POWERWOLF - Call Of The Wild LP - Gatefold 180g Black Vinyl Limited Edition
RELEASE DATE : 10/09/21
The new full-length from Tijuana Mexico's INFINITUM OBSCURE has finally been unleashed on vinyl!
MOONLOOP - Devocean LIMITED EDITION VINYL LIMITED EDITION 0F 300 COPIES WORLDWIDE IN TRANSPARENT BLUE VINYL ! Release date EU : 24/03/2017
IZEGRIM - The Ferryman's end VINYL LIMITED EDITION TRANSPARENT BLUE VINYL OF 200 COPIES LIMITED EDITION BLACK VINYL OF 300 COPIES (First Pressing) Release date : 25/03/2016 A fantastic return of the Dutch maniacs, this is their strongest album
Marque: THE BATALLION
Blackened Death/Thrash Metal
FINNISH BLACK METAL. GATEFOLD COVER!
2LP Black Vinyl with Booklet
Recommended if you like Mortuary Drape, Funereal Presence, Cultes des Ghoules, Occultation, Master's Hammer, etc...
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To be frank; whilst I had previously written a lengthy review about this album after being initially impressed with it, I believe that it's only after you listen to this album for a while and really let its dense nature pull you in, that you can better articulate a better review about it. At least that's how it is for me, and after about the one hundredth play of this album, I can safely call this my favorite black metal album ever, and one of the absolute best in all of metal. Negative Plane, on this release, encapsulate absolutely everything I'd not only want in merely a black metal album, but simply a metal album. Adjectives like originality and uniqueness are absolutely applicable to this album, but there's something very uncannily special about this album. Something very difficult to describe, and perhaps somewhat personal. Perhaps a main point is that if there was a single guitar player's style I not only enjoy and admire, but artistically would love to call my own; it would be that of Nameless Void. Amazingly, this band is merely a duo; with the unmistakable talent of Nameless on guitar, bass and vocals - all chaotically rounded off with the equally inimitable drum work of Bestial Devotion. Interesting pseudonyms, to be sure, but that's nothing compared to these two guys' music.
So, what is it about this album? A lot, actually. Firstly, there is an absolutely staggering amount of atmosphere and incredible songwriting here; and to these ears, something Negative Plane do nearly better than any other metal band, regardless of genre. Often writing lengthy compositions running near the eight or nine minute mark, Negative Plane mold a verdure of truly dark and seething malign character that oozes from within the magnificent guitar work at all times. These songs, compositionally, are quite complex and progressive by general metal standards (even if not especially difficult in technique.) Utilizing foreboding, dense, challenging linear songwriting that is expansive and scathing, Negative Plane's music is also extremely memorable, epic, and always somehow ringing with an abstract and unmatched sense of dark grandiosity. The stressing of certain notes, the mere note choice and unheard of fluctuation between consonance and dissonance, the placement of repetition - all these small elements are masterfully executed. The essential elements of black metal are certainly in place, but Negative Plane take the sinister moods and dark sounds of the genre and weave them into voids of riffs where an unmistakable combination of sophistication and primitive black metal character come together like nothing before. Furthermore, the guitar tone and overall production here is among the absolute best to ever be created. The overall sound is very large, with the guitar tone sounding very warm and perhaps slightly Hellenic (if I must compare it to any scene, historically) yet it's also very distant. There's a refreshing, wholesome analog quality to it that keeps a very dark mood there, and the reverb-soaked, utterly sinister guitar style establishes am uncanny, trademark atmosphere on this release that is so much more effective than anything else I've encountered. Bass is nearly completely audible for much of this album (yes, fucking finally!) and is done with a very plain, clean tone that's coherent and lends an equally dark wall of thumping simplicity behind the foul veil of the six string encasing. The feel is incredibly idiosyncratic - being bleak, warm, black, open, massive, frightening, and utterly amazing on every level. This is quite possibly the most atmospheric metal album I've come across.
And the songwriting here is just damn near unrivaled. Talk about skilled composers; Nameless Void is obviously extremely skilled in a technical sense, but even more so with writing monumental compositions of enthralling "atmospheric dysphoria" as another reviewer so brilliantly put it. Packed into these lengthy songs is a jarring fluidity of mesmerizing and grand song craft, and something that truly showcases the magic of the guitar. It's a sound that swallows the listener, much like a black hole, but it's just musical enough to paint an entire world around this album as it sucks you in. The wide variety of picking, tapping, trills, staccatos, legatos, harmonics, and other tricks are arranged and composed to absolute near-perfection, and the relationship between playing styles and overall rhythms invokes a very dense and monolithic vortex of otherworldly essence. And deserving special mention are one of my absolute favorite parts about this band: Void's dysphoric and rather unnerving psychedelic leads, such as beginning at 5:21 in "Staring into the Abyss", 8:20 in "A Church in Ruin" or especially at 3:03 in "Advent of the Beast" when the guy gives new meaning to the possibilities of tapping. But nearly no note is wasted, and no riff is weaker than any other. Some may be overused here and there, as in "Death Mass", but with this kind of album, it's much easier to view them as 'useless extras' than significant detractors. But that's about it. And the album closes with "Advent of the Beast" - probably the single greatest black metal song ever. Unique, flawlessly composed and managing to be all at once more dark, atmospheric and triumphant than nearly any other band who mastered that kind of trinity (even Bathory - yeah, I'm serious.) And that solo at the end is the greatest climax in a song ever, in my opinion - one of the most transcendental and beautiful moments ever composed on anything. It's one of those songs you listen to again and again. It's prefect.
Then there's the drums, which I normally don't speak much about, but here, I must state how fantastic a drum performance is to be found here. Cohesively matching the very off-kilter musicality here, BD's drumming style is chaotic, relentless and unpredictable. Complex, intricate, and ringing with the utter chaos of fulfilling cymbal abuse, BD's drumming simply displays a great double mastery of intensity and intricacy that is often lost in metal drumming, as far as I'm concerned. The cymbal abuse, rigid rhythms, mere note choice and impish use of bell (and best of all: no triggers) is all incorporated into an unmistakable backbone here, and the drum production is equally perfect. The bass drums are flat and muffled, yet punchy; the snare is sharp, but beefy; the cymbals and hit-hats ring with dusty filth and juicy reverb clatter, the bells peek out here and there like sirens, and the toms thud with power. And it's all coalesced in a most striking and cerebral friction-laced assault. And to top it all off, the vocals are certainly the most fitting you could ever hope to hear. These vocals are soaked with reverb and echo, giving the album a delightfully ghastly character. The very delivery of the lyrics is quite unsettling, and ups the unsettling ante of this album tenfold.
To sum it up, this album is an absolute masterpiece. It makes something wholly unique and singular out of familiar elements of metal - both traditional and extreme, and is the accumulation of a variety of influences into a sound that is wholly unsurpassed to my musical palate. I had previously compared this to certain bands, but even at that, only slight seconds of songs remind you of something similar to other bands. Negative Plane are wholly original, and transcend the very character of what black metal has been into something far beyond, without ever making it feel unlike black metal should. Directly comparing them to any other band is an insult to their originality, though the band claims to be influenced by Ved Buens Ende and Mortuary Drape, and there are perhaps four or five riffs on this album that merely give off those bands' vibes. Beyond that, their macabre inclusion of organ playing and chanting/ecclesiastical elements is a perfect tint to the atmosphere. All in all, there's not much left to yammer on about. This is sheer monumental genius, and should be remembered for decades to come, as one of the most impressive creations of new millennium metal music. I said before; there's a microcosm of attractive filth shining through this diabolical creation, and it's absolutely essential in it's field.
Marque: NOCTURNAL DEPRESSION
NOCTURNAL DEPRESSION - The Cult of Negation LP
Bokassa fuses energetic punk rock/hardcore with groovy stoner rock riffs and metalRecommended if you like : The Bronx, Red Fang, Billy Talent, Queens Of The Stone Age, Metallica, etc...
A pact forged in the oddest regions of Hell on tour in 2019, with Time’s Withering Shadow do Malthusian and Suffering Hour present a sidestep from their normal offerings with this twisted trip through a dying mind.
RELEASE DATE:27/03/2020 During their 30 year existence, DISBELIEF have been exploring the depths of sonic depravity, and while injecting their own equitable sense of groove and harmony, they definitely have been embodying what gruesome old school heavy death metal is about . New Album "The Ground Collapses" is the ultimate soundtrack to the apocalypse!
Marque: MANILLA ROAD
reissue 2023, black vinyl, ltd 450, 425gsm heavy cardboard cover, 4 page insert printed on uncoated paper, A5 photo
Marque: GLORIOR BELLI
Gatefold Black Vinyl Edition strictly limited to 200 hand-numbered copies worldwide !!!
JAGUAR - Power Games LP + 7" - Silver Vinyl Limited EditionStrictly limited to 300 copies worldwide !!!
UNLEASHED - The Hunt For White Christ LP - Gatefold 180g Black Vinyl Limited EditionSwedish Death/Viking MetalRecommended if you like : Dismember, Entombed, Grave, Amon Amarth, Bolt Thrower, Nihilist, Vomitory, Necrophobic, Benediction, God Dethroned, Gorefest, Autopsy, Nirvana 2002, Fleshcrawl, Obituary, Entrails, Vader, Bloodbath, Hail Of Bullets,...
Release date : 31/03/2023
GOST - Rites Of Love And Reverence LP+CD - Limited EditionGatefold Transparent Orange Vinyl strictly limited to 300 copies worldwide !!!
Marque: STRAPPING YOUNG LAD
Listenable is bloody chuffed to be releasing All STRAPPING YOUNG LAD beyond Legendary studio albums on De Luxe Limited Edition Vinyls. All albums include bonus tracks . Grab them now !. release date 30/04/21BACK IN STOCK !!!
Marque: JUDAS PRIEST
Pressed on 180g Black Vinyl for better sound qualityIssued with a printed inner sleeve with lyrics and a mp3 download voucher
Marque: GOSPEL OF THE HORNS
For the first time since 2003, Gospel of the Horns first full length album is available as a stand alone vinyl release. Comes with A2 posterAustralia’s Vanguard of elite Black/Thrash Metal. ‘A Call To Arms’ is a raging beast, unleashed against the tide of falsehood that exists both within the underground and the wider world. With influences from Razor,...
Kings of Death metal savagery KRISIUN’s much sought after vinyl catalog is now available from Listenable records in updated lay outs and specially mastered, released in limited edition coloured vinyls with bonus tracks ! Recommended for fans of MORBID ANGEL, VADER, IMMOLATION, SEPULTURA , HATE ETERNAL Release date : 21/10/2022
DEATHRITE - Nightmares Reign - 180g LP Gatefold + CD
AZARATH - In Extremis LPBlack Vinyl + 20 pages booklet