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Baroness/Unpersons: A Grey Sigh in a Flower Husk (Re-issue) (Color) (Vinyl LP) (Cover Art)
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A Grey Sigh in a Flower Husk (Re-issue) (Color) (Vinyl LP)

Label: At a Loss   Origin: USA
Limited edition of only 350 on red vinyl. Includes a download code for the album. Deluxe gatefold sleeve. If Baroness' First and Second EPs established the Georgia-based band as a rising force in the underground metal scene, this split with Unpersons catapults them to the front of the pack. You only get two songs, but man alive, it's a veritable banquet of awesome riffs. Unpersons doesn't quite offer the same level of musicianship, but they're also operating on a more...


Black Cobra: Bestial (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2006
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Black Cobra
Bestial (CD)

Label: At a Loss   Origin: USA
Black Cobra’s three song EP from last year was a brutal slab of aggressive sludge, hardcore, and metal that was over before you knew it. Bestial, their first full length, delivers so well that it makes the EP seem weak and listless by comparison. The raw demo sound is replaced by a full, well-rounded production that brings out the best in Black Cobra. There’s not a moment where the two-piece, who’ve played in Secret Order of Tusk, Gamera, Acid King, 16, and Ca...


Black Cobra: Feather and Stone (Color) (Vinyl LP) (Cover Art)
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Feather and Stone (Color) (Vinyl LP)

Label: At a Loss   Origin: USA
Limited edition on red vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve. Includes a download card for the entire album. The genius of the band is that they take a little bit of everything nasty - thrash, grind, sludge, primarily, but some will also add “bad dreams” to that list – and make it their own. The noise created is so loud and forceful that you don't even realize there's no bass involved. In spite of the constant aural assault, there's a certain artistry to Feather and Sto...


Black Cobra: Interceptor (Vinyl 7 inch) (Cover Art)
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Interceptor (Vinyl 7 inch)

Label: At a Loss   Origin: USA
Features former members of Cavity and 16. This is a reissue of the first 3 song EP originally issued direct from the band on CD and from Black Flash Records on 7 inch. Both formats are currently out of print.


Blutch: Materia (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2007
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Blutch
Materia (CD)

Label: At a Loss   Origin: USA
It took quite some time to figure out exactly what it is that Blutch is doing, because these are some very tightly spun sound waves of rhythm, riffs, drones, and distortion in which there is no room for easily digestible song structures. To become a Blutch fan one therefore needs a heap of patience, and affinity with the occult sounds of Neurosis, Sunn0)), and Ufomammut. The three men of Blutch make sure all happiness disappears into the big black hole that is called <...


The Body: All the Waters of the Earth Turn to Blood (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2010
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The Body
All the Waters of the Earth Turn to Blood (CD)

Label: At a Loss   Origin: USA
I’ve seen The Body called Prog-metal and post-rock, but to me they are just simply a motherfuckin’ psychotic doom band. All the Waters of the Earth Turn to Blood is loud. I think I have to state that again to really get this across. This is loud, this is noisy, this is disturbing. This is creepy as all hell — and totally amazing.


The Body: Self Titled (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2012
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The Body
Self Titled (CD)

Label: At a Loss   Origin: USA
The album opens like the Flash Gordon soundtrack, super-epic, with a song called ( ), really innovative musically, particularly within the realm of minimalism. If Glenn Branca conducted Steve Reich through monstrous distortion, it may sound like this. The whole vision of the band is more like a filmmaker than a songwriter. There are long instrumental sections written from a cinematic point of view, rather than a usual song structure, and when there is singing, it’s hea...


Bruce Lamont: Feral Songs for the Epic Decline (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2011
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Bruce Lamont
Feral Songs for the Epic Decline (CD)

Label: At a Loss   Origin: USA
The dense web formed by the seven tracks on Feral Songs for the Epic Decline has entangled many in its grasp. The album is meditative and malicious, diverse and forward thinking as it is point-blank and unnerving.


Cream Abdul Babar: The Catalyst to Ruins (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2002
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Cream Abdul Babar
The Catalyst to Ruins (CD)

Label: At a Loss   Origin: USA
Blow by blow, Cream Abdul Babar takes you into their chaotic world of experimentation and destruction. Imagine your head in a meat grinder and you know what you're getting into with these guys. Screaming, pain, churning guitars, and eerie repetition are what makes this band what they are. There are times when I'm convinced my eardrums are tearing, no joke, but it's just some of the insane sounds that the CAB rock machine produces. To keep it short and sweet, you'll ...


Dark Castle: Spirited Migration (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2009
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Dark Castle
Spirited Migration (CD)

Label: At a Loss   Origin: USA
Dark Castle’s debut, Spirited Migration, guitarist/vocalist Stevie and drummer/vocalist Rob, who also handles synth, achieve an entirely developed atmosphere that borders on prog ambiance while maintaining a stripped-down aesthetic that confidently snarls in the direction of Oceanic-era Isis and younger, rawer Crowbar. Modern doom heads will find satisfaction to anyone who’s gotten off on Rwake, Deadbird, Zoroaster or Godflesh records. Not bad for two people, and cert...


Dark Castle: Spirited Migration (Vinyl LP) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2009
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Dark Castle
Spirited Migration (Vinyl LP)

Label: At a Loss   Origin: USA
Black vinyl. Includes a MP3 download card for the entire album. Dark Castle’s debut, Spirited Migration, guitarist/vocalist Stevie and drummer/vocalist Rob, who also handles synth, achieve an entirely developed atmosphere that borders on prog ambiance while maintaining a stripped-down aesthetic that confidently snarls in the direction of Oceanic-era Isis and younger, rawer Crowbar. Modern doom heads will find satisfaction to anyone who’s gotten off on Rwake, Deadbird, ...


Darsombra: Ecdysis (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2006
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Darsombra
Ecdysis (CD)

Label: At a Loss   Origin: USA
Featuring the one man band of Brian Daniloski (Meatjack and Trephine). Darsombra is the one-man project of Brian Daniloski of Meatjack and Trephine. Here he constructs a foundation of simmering ambience and adds layers of discordance, and it’s his grasp of judicious use of the economy of sound that keeps the album interesting. Sections of Ecdysi employ the sparse, ethereal stratospheric ethic that’s typical to the genre, but over half of the album employs a more ...


Deadbird: Twilight Ritual (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2008
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Deadbird
Twilight Ritual (CD)

Label: At a Loss   Origin: USA
Twilight Ritual is less swampy than The Head and the Heart, i.e., the production is sharper and brighter. Thankfully, the added accessibility doesn't detract from the desolate nature of the music — if anything, it helps the listener fully appreciate the layers of somber musical points and counterpoints without ruining stereo equipment — but you should still play it loud. It's tough to avoid comparing Deadbird to Rwake: they both play progressive sludge with harmonizing...


Deadbird/Burned Up Bled Dry: Split 7 inch (Green) (Vinyl 7 inch) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2010
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Deadbird/Burned Up Bled Dry
Split 7 inch (Green) (Vinyl 7 inch)

Label: At a Loss   Origin: USA
Limited edition on green vinyl. Deadbird contribute one track filled with all the tempo changes and somber regret filled lyrics one would expect. Fast screams lead to somber heaviness leads to hardcore sing along anthems. Burned Up Bled Dry give us four tracks of pissed off fastcore / powerviolence / punk-hardcore or whatever everyone calls it right now. Pissed off - check, hate job - check, hopelessness - check, your anthem for anger.


Deadbird/Burned Up Bled Dry: Split 7 inch (Grey) (Vinyl 7 inch) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2010
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Deadbird/Burned Up Bled Dry
Split 7 inch (Grey) (Vinyl 7 inch)

Label: At a Loss   Origin: USA
Limited edition on grey vinyl. Deadbird contribute one track filled with all the tempo changes and somber regret filled lyrics one would expect. Fast screams lead to somber heaviness leads to hardcore sing along anthems. Burned Up Bled Dry give us four tracks of pissed off fastcore / powerviolence / punk-hardcore or whatever everyone calls it right now. Pissed off - check, hate job - check, hopelessness - check, your anthem for anger.


Del Rey: Immemorial (with Bonus CD) (Color) (Vinyl LP) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2010
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Del Rey
Immemorial (with Bonus CD) (Color) (Vinyl LP)

Label: At a Loss   Origin: USA
Limited edition on olive green vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve. Includes a copy of the album on CD. NOTE: The free CD version is not the full retail version of the CD! It is a CD copy of the album included within the gatefold sleeve as a means of easily ripping your own MP3s. It does not include the jewel case or CD booklet, just the CD itself. An expansive sound that contains elements of post-rock, psychedelia, driven riff-based rhythms, experimental noise and ambient s...


Icepick Revival: Distress Signal (CD EP) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2001
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Icepick Revival
Distress Signal (CD EP)

Label: At A Loss   Origin: USA
This some serious math stuff, and I love it. Fans of Dazzling Killmen's face of Collapse step forward and indulge. Three songs on this Distress Signal EP don't discriminate at all. Tight well rehearsed hard corechestrated ryhthms and tempo changes that will blow your mind. Great hardcore fun too for those that are into bands like Assuck and Man is the Bastard.


Kylesa/Cream Abdul Babar: Split CD (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2002
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Kylesa/Cream Abdul Babar
Split CD (CD)

Label: At A Loss   Origin: USA
Holy crap, this is a good split. Kylesa's tracks here are just amazing. I'd say it's the best stuff of theirs that I've heard. Track 7 especially is amazing, with a heavy tribal stomp from the drums, great vocals from both singers and some unexpected, but totally awesome melodies on the guitars. Cream Abdul Babar has a much darker tone to these tunes and less of the ska/punk vibe I'd gotten from their previous album. This is definitely worth grabbing for fans of off-t...


Meatjack: Days of Fire (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2003
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Meatjack
Days of Fire (CD)

Label: At A Loss   Origin: USA
Holy fuck! The dynamics and the combination of soul-shredding aggressive screaming with layers of somber melody works so well. This doesn't even seem like music that someone sat down and wrote, it's more like they tapped into some ethereal soundtrack to Purgatory.


Meatjack/Damad: Split CD (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2000
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Meatjack/Damad
Split CD (CD)

Label: At A Loss   Origin: USA
This is such an incredible pairing that I don't even know where to start. Do I start by mentioning that Damad is easily one of the most brutal bands around today? Or do I start by saying that Meatjack is some of the most drowned out and depressing noisecore I've ever heard? Damad is the most intense mix of brutal southern hardcore, as well as metal, punk, and grind. The vocals are so throaty and guttural, without being death metal. It's like taking Coalesce's Sean In...


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