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Atlantic Tide - Aeons of Hell (Orange) (IMPORT) (7 inch)

Limited edition on bright orange vinyl.

Classic hard rock with members from Unleashed, Terra Firma, Abramis Brama and Witchcraft. These boys know how to write a catchy tune! Thin Lizzy, Dead Lord, Whitesnake (old).

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Burning Saviours - Forbannelsen (IMPORT) (7 inch)

Limited edition of only 400 copies on black vinyl.

Two new tracks from one of Sweden's most renowned doom rock bands.

This is the first in a series of four releases with coherent artwork. The remaining three will be released during 2012.

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Burning Saviours - Hon Dansade med Doden (IMPORT) (7 inch)

Limited edition of only 400 copies.

Two new tracks from one of Sweden's most renowned doom rock bands. This is the fourth in a series of four releases with coherent artwork.

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Burning Saviours - The Nightmare (IMPORT) (7 inch)

Limited edition of only 400 copies on black vinyl.

Two new tracks from one of Sweden's most renowned doom rock bands.

This is the third in a series of four releases with coherent artwork.

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Burning Saviours - The Offering (IMPORT) (7 inch)

Limited edition of only 400 copies on black vinyl.

Two new tracks from one of Sweden's most renowned doom rock bands.

This is the second in a series of four releases with coherent artwork.

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El Camino - Gold of the Great Deceiver (IMPORT) (CD)



It is clear right from the start that El Camino aren't here to bullshit. They mean business and go straight for the jugular with the title track, "Gold of the Great Deceiver". Filthy, nasty and evil it annihilates anyone standing in their way. None of their songs are really that fast. Instead, they keep it mid-tempo throughout which definitely helps to bring out the darker side of the band. This "Land of Mine" follows and is almost punkish in a way and I think that lays mainly in the vocal approach. Daniel has a real cool raspy, angry voice which would make him fit into any kind of metal/punk style. On "Black Witch Love", El Camino slow things down a notch sounding like King Giant just about. Guitarists Nicke and Jimmy excel on this one, displaying some real nice licks and solos. The filth and grime really comes out on Småland.

"Torn" is sloooow, almost sludgy and damned good. The middle section has a repetitive awesome riff going on until an even better solo duel starts. The "One Of Evil" brings to mind a mixture of Black Sabbath and Cathedral where the guitar playing draws heavily from the mighty Iommi. Who can complain about that? Great stuff people. "The Wizard" is up next and no, it's not a cover of Black Sabbath's song. Instead it's actually kind of melodic in parts, but fret not metalheads because it helps to accentuate the heavier parts of the track real good. "Utmarsch" follows, which is Swedish and roughly translates to 'Marching Out'. It is a fitting title since it is the last song on the album. Slow, heavy and evil it draws 'Gold of the Great Deceiver' to an end and it leaves me yearning for more of this Swedish filth.

Having previously released one full-length, two EPs and two demos El Camino have certainly found their way and sound. I absolutely love it. Keeping the music on the slower side have certainly helped to bring out the evil they are looking for in their songs. True, most bands of this ilk opt for super fast annihilation which works great. However, going the opposite way El Camino stands out in the best possible way especially since they are carving out their own niche in an over-populated music world. Great stuff, people don't miss out on them!

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El Camino - Gold of the Great Deceiver (IMPORT) (LP)

Limited edition of only 200 copies on black vinyl.

Nassjo's most sinister doom-metal band is back. The group's second full-length is dirty, raw and completely oozes of malice. It's heavy and seriously demented... "EL CAMINO delivers earcandy in its most perverse form." ~Close Up Magazine 152, June 2013.

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El Camino - Smaland (IMPORT) (LP)

Limited edition of only 300 copies. Features a cover of Venom's "In League with Satan".

What’s interesting about this band is their unorthodox brand of heavy metal meets doom metal. Much of the music seems to be centered around the vocalist, which does a hell of a job to conjure this nocturnal feeling and landscape of perfectly laden music. Reminds me a lot of the earlier Swedish death-doom metal, which have always been great in the department of producing both unmelodious and melodic content. Another thing which I would adhere to when listening to this, is the fact that they blend both Swedish and English vocals when it comes to the lyrical content. There haven’t really been many bands that could even produce great metal when the lyrical content had to be in another language than the English.

Also, another thing that has to be mentioned is that they pull of a great cover of Venoms popular song “In League With Satan“, without it sounding ridiculous. It’s some mean music these guys produce. Not to mention the obvious influence of some of the greater bands from the realms of NWOBHM. Sweden have been great so far when it comes to producing some unique music.

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El Camino - The Satanik Magiik (IMPORT) (CD)



The Satanik Magiik ain’t much of a departure from the laid back stoner rock most of us have come to love. The main difference between this and them being the dark cloud that seems to hover over every single note. While the album transcurs in mid tempo space and while the degree of guitar chunkiness and fuzziness is precisely what every other stoner rocker has been feeding us for the past ten years, tracks like “Hail the Horns, ‘We Are the Dark”, and “Rise of the Snake” aren’t exactly of the jovial kind. It also helps that vocalist Daniel has the voice of a wild boar. The man at the mike sounds rough, like he’s lived in seclusion for the past decade and has just been released into society. He’s got a lot to say and regardless of his feelings, he sounds pissed.

The label insists on classifying this band as a doom act, and since the difference between that and stoner rock can be murky, it ain’t much of a stretch. The truth is that some of these tracks boogie too much, they are closer to thick rock and roll than they are to anything that could spell some kind of bleak future. Plus they are played with certain gusto, a feeling prohibited to morose dudes who truly step up to the doom altar.

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El Camino - The Satanik Magiik (IMPORT) (LP)



The Satanik Magiik ain’t much of a departure from the laid back stoner rock most of us have come to love. The main difference between this and them being the dark cloud that seems to hover over every single note. While the album transcurs in mid tempo space and while the degree of guitar chunkiness and fuzziness is precisely what every other stoner rocker has been feeding us for the past ten years, tracks like “Hail the Horns, ‘We Are the Dark”, and “Rise of the Snake” aren’t exactly of the jovial kind. It also helps that vocalist Daniel has the voice of a wild boar. The man at the mike sounds rough, like he’s lived in seclusion for the past decade and has just been released into society. He’s got a lot to say and regardless of his feelings, he sounds pissed.

The label insists on classifying this band as a doom act, and since the difference between that and stoner rock can be murky, it ain’t much of a stretch. The truth is that some of these tracks boogie too much, they are closer to thick rock and roll than they are to anything that could spell some kind of bleak future. Plus they are played with certain gusto, a feeling prohibited to morose dudes who truly step up to the doom altar.

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Mobile Mob Freakshow, The - Horror Freakshow (Red) (IMPORT) (LP)

Limited edition of only 400 copies on translucent red vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve. Includes a poster and stickers.

First time on vinyl for this punk/horror/goth masterpiece, originally from '94.

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Obrero - Mortui Vivos Docent (IMPORT) (CD)



While Graveyard draw more on southern rock (and Led Zeppelin), Noctum's main influence seems to be Black Sabbath; Obrero are more widely encompassing, drawing on both British proto-doom and southern rock. Although Obrero logically never reaches the slowness of acts like early Cathedral, Winter or Mournful Congregation, most of the tracks on the album do contain crushingly heavy passages, many of which are also characterized by a fat southern groove. Even more uptempo tracks are played slowly enough to come across as quite heavy, but still fast enough to not lose their groove and energy.

True to the genre of early doom metal, a certain dark psychedelia is ubiquitous on Mortui Vivos Docent, and the fuzzy guitars and blues-tinged grooves help further establish the same kind of dark quasi-psychedelic feel that is also found on Pentagram's early releases. Apart from the Sabbath, Pentagram and other early doom influences, there are several passages on the album that make me think of Trouble's Manic Frustration - especially the raw vocals. Mortui Vivos Docent is a very strong release with an authentic fuzzy sound and lots of doom, gloom and groove. Fans of original doom metal should definitely check it out, and it may also appeal to fans of southern rock, sludge metal and heavy psychedelic rock, and due to the modern touch that Obrero have given their music, fans of more recent doom metal and perhaps even alternative metal might also like it.

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Obrero - Mortui Vivos Docent (IMPORT) (LP)



While Graveyard draw more on southern rock (and Led Zeppelin), Noctum's main influence seems to be Black Sabbath; Obrero are more widely encompassing, drawing on both British proto-doom and southern rock. Although Obrero logically never reaches the slowness of acts like early Cathedral, Winter or Mournful Congregation, most of the tracks on the album do contain crushingly heavy passages, many of which are also characterized by a fat southern groove. Even more uptempo tracks are played slowly enough to come across as quite heavy, but still fast enough to not lose their groove and energy.

True to the genre of early doom metal, a certain dark psychedelia is ubiquitous on Mortui Vivos Docent, and the fuzzy guitars and blues-tinged grooves help further establish the same kind of dark quasi-psychedelic feel that is also found on Pentagram's early releases. Apart from the Sabbath, Pentagram and other early doom influences, there are several passages on the album that make me think of Trouble's Manic Frustration - especially the raw vocals. Mortui Vivos Docent is a very strong release with an authentic fuzzy sound and lots of doom, gloom and groove. Fans of original doom metal should definitely check it out, and it may also appeal to fans of southern rock, sludge metal and heavy psychedelic rock, and due to the modern touch that Obrero have given their music, fans of more recent doom metal and perhaps even alternative metal might also like it.

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Rise and Shine/El Camino - Split 7 inch (IMPORT) (7 inch)

Limited edition of only 300 hand numbered copies.

Swedish heavy flower power rockers Rise and Shine teamed up with Swedish occult doomsters El Camino for a special tribute to the godfathers of all things named black metal, Venom. A homage like no other as both bands put their own trademark sound to Venom making “The 7 Gates of Hell” and “In League with Satan” sound like.... well, not quite as the originals.

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Ritual Reaper - Plague Ridden Kingdom (IMPORT) (LP)



Don't get confused with the visual concept in this release: You can see some pentagrams, the band logo seems to be made with some stems with thorns, and maybe you can think about some extreme metal band. Wrong! Ritual Reaper is a real gothic rock machine which is perfectly well-tuned; they have the high level of energy from the bands of the new millennium: this modern sound which has aplomb, force, and higher bit rates (compared with some classics, which are denser, and they were oriented to the creation of obscure soundscapes, with mesmerizing melodies). I can say that some tracks are more rock-oriented with some traces of metal (because of the hard and heavy guitars). But the final result is an awesome combination of both of the traditional, and modern sounds of gothic rock. They are carrying the torch, and they are giving a refreshing rendition of the genre at the same time. This is the debut EP of this band from Sweden.

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Soul Manifest - White Season (IMPORT) (CD)



If you could try to imagine the French version of the psychedelic blues/ hard rock band Graveyard, Soul Manifest would be the fitting result and their Hard Rock psychedelia that sometimes reminds the frenetic alter-ego of Brant Bjork or the male edition of Subrosa. If you consider yourself lover of bands like Witch, Graveyard and Black Sabbath of course, you have to make a stop here, at the debut "White Season" and enjoy Soul Manifest's melodies.

Through “White Season”, you are gonna find pure '70s hard rock riffage, some nice 'n' loose bluesy tunes and an exquisite, sensitive voice behind the mic, sprinkled by stardust and dreams you could find four decades ago. From the opening "Dead Man" (yeap, I did the same association with the band, too) and its organ-ic nature, till the two ambrosial parts of the self-titled track, split in two different songs, you'll be able to travel between clouds without paying a ticket. Soul Manifest's feeling is so strong and pure that can allure you, especially if you belong to the party of people that called themselves lotus-eaters, making even the inapposite English accent of the singer sounded magical.

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Soul Manifest - White Season (IMPORT) (LP)

Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

If you could try to imagine the French version of the psychedelic blues/ hard rock band Graveyard, Soul Manifest would be the fitting result and their Hard Rock psychedelia that sometimes reminds the frenetic alter-ego of Brant Bjork or the male edition of Subrosa. If you consider yourself lover of bands like Witch, Graveyard and Black Sabbath of course, you have to make a stop here, at the debut "White Season" and enjoy Soul Manifest's melodies.

Through “White Season”, you are gonna find pure '70s hard rock riffage, some nice 'n' loose bluesy tunes and an exquisite, sensitive voice behind the mic, sprinkled by stardust and dreams you could find four decades ago. From the opening "Dead Man" (yeap, I did the same association with the band, too) and its organ-ic nature, till the two ambrosial parts of the self-titled track, split in two different songs, you'll be able to travel between clouds without paying a ticket. Soul Manifest's feeling is so strong and pure that can allure you, especially if you belong to the party of people that called themselves lotus-eaters, making even the inapposite English accent of the singer sounded magical.

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