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Accused, The - The Curse of Martha Splatterhead (CD)



The Curse of Martha Splatterhead brings us up to date with a band still going after 28 years. To say that their fire has waned would be hugely inaccurate – The Curse of Martha Splatterhead is a ridiculously frenetic and enjoyable album. For the most part, the pace here is an unrelenting display of speed. Drum patterns mix the frenzied but controlled approach you’d expect to find on a Slayer album. The Curse of Martha Splatterhead is an invigorating listen from start to finish. It doesn’t get more cathartic than this.

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Accused, The - The Curse of Martha Splatterhead (Color) (LP)

Limited edition of only 500 copies on 180gr. splattered colored vinyl. Includes a poster. Features 2 bonus tracks.

The Curse of Martha Splatterhead brings us up to date with a band still going after 28 years. To say that their fire has waned would be hugely inaccurate – The Curse of Martha Splatterhead is a ridiculously frenetic and enjoyable album. For the most part the pace here is an unrelenting display of speed. Drum patterns mix the frenzied but controlled approach you’d expect to find on a Slayer album. The Curse of Martha Splatterhead is an invigorating listen from start to finish. It doesn’t get more cathartic than this.

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Accused, The - The Curse of Martha Splatterhead (LP)

Black vinyl.

The Curse of Martha Splatterhead brings us up to date with a band still going after 28 years. To say that their fire has waned would be hugely inaccurate – The Curse of Martha Splatterhead is a ridiculously frenetic and enjoyable album. For the most part the pace here is an unrelenting display of speed. Drum patterns mix the frenzied but controlled approach you’d expect to find on a Slayer album. The Curse of Martha Splatterhead is an invigorating listen from start to finish. It doesn’t get more cathartic than this.

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Acephalix - Interminable Night (CD EP)

Limited edition of only 2000 machine numerated copies.

San Francisco-based Acephalix spew forth a stripped-down and tonally obliterating old-school Entombed/Bolt Thrower death metal style infused with West Coast crustpunk angst. Featuring members of Depressor and Vastum, Acephalix deliver a brutal combination of low end metallic distortion, pummelling riffs and gnarled vocals. Interminable Night is a compilation of recently released demos previously available only on cassette. Prepare for audial annihilation!

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All Pigs Must Die - God is War (2CD)

Limited edition of only 1000 copies.

All Pigs Must Die (APMD ) is rapidly and viciously taking the world by storm! Right off the bat their pedigree gives them an advantage. Kevin Baker (the Hope Conspiracy) is the throat and Ben Koller (Converge) is the battery. APMD is a band committed to uncompromising sonic warfare. Its sound and lyrics assault the listener in a fury of blackened death filled anthems. Owing as much to the Cro-Mags and Discharge as Entombed and Celtic Frost. APMD mix powerful riffs, relentless tempos and a dark presence to bulldoze a grim path of destruction.

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All Pigs Must Die - God is War (Color) (LP)

Limited edition of only 500 copies on clear vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

All Pigs Must Die (APMD ) is rapidly and viciously taking the world by storm! Right off the bat their pedigree gives them an advantage. Kevin Baker (the Hope Conspiracy) is the throat and Ben Koller (Converge) is the battery. APMD is a band committed to uncompromising sonic warfare. Its sound and lyrics assault the listener in a fury of blackened death filled anthems. Owing as much to the Cro-Mags and Discharge as Entombed and Celtic Frost. APMD mix powerful riffs relentless tempos and a dark presence to bulldoze a grim path of destruction.

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All Pigs Must Die - God is War (LP)

180gr. black vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve. Recorded and mixed by Kurt Ballou (Converge guitarist and master engineer for bands such as Black Breath, Nails, and Trap Them)

All Pigs Must Die (APMD ) is rapidly and viciously taking the world by storm! Right off the bat their pedigree gives them an advantage. Kevin Baker (the Hope Conspiracy) is the throat and Ben Koller (Converge) is the battery. APMD is a band committed to uncompromising sonic warfare. Its sound and lyrics assault the listener in a fury of blackened death filled anthems. Owing as much to the Cro-Mags and Discharge as Entombed and Celtic Frost. APMD mix powerful riffs relentless tempos and a dark presence to bulldoze a grim path of destruction.

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All Pigs Must Die - Nothing Violates This Nature (CD)



A few years back, members of Converge, The Hope Conspiracy, and Bloodhorse got together to distill violence on us all under the name All Pigs Must Die. “God is War” was a fine debut that was able to wrestle demons out with its metallic hardcore meets grind/death metal and to crush spines with its slow-moving tempos. They could have easily just kept to this approach with their second album, but the band has found some way to crank up the intensity and noise even further on “Nothing Violates This Nature”.

The always-reliable Kurt Ballou returns behind the scenes to provide a hand in giving All Pigs Must Die a leg-up. The album sonically is better than their debut, and the band plays with melodic textures in a far greater manner. Though they expressed some of that on “God is War” with the title track and “Sadistic Vindicator,” it leaves a bigger impression behind on this album. Stripped-down guitars on “Bloodlines” and “Of Suffering” pack the middle of the record with a broader scale. The occasional foray into softer melodies in no way discredits the fury that beckons from the hands and/or voices of each musician.

“God is War” was a formidable album, but “Nothing Violates This Nature” outshines it in several aspects. The restraint shows a far-reaching melodic stance, while the grind and death metal-infused cuts punch up the damage. Though this album is roughly the same length as their last one, the pacing this time is much smoother. When a song does take a breather, it’s a smart and worthwhile excursion. All Pigs Must Die is not some name-dropping side band, which is proven by the unstoppable “Nothing Violates This Nature”.

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All Pigs Must Die - Nothing Violates This Nature (Color) (LP)

Limited edition on 180gr. translucent blue vinyl.

A few years back, members of Converge, The Hope Conspiracy, and Bloodhorse got together to distill violence on us all under the name All Pigs Must Die. “God is War” was a fine debut that was able to wrestle demons out with its metallic hardcore meets grind/death metal and to crush spines with its slow-moving tempos. They could have easily just kept to this approach with their second album, but the band has found some way to crank up the intensity and noise even further on “Nothing Violates This Nature”.

The always-reliable Kurt Ballou returns behind the scenes to provide a hand in giving All Pigs Must Die a leg-up. The album sonically is better than their debut, and the band plays with melodic textures in a far greater manner. Though they expressed some of that on “God is War” with the title track and “Sadistic Vindicator,” it leaves a bigger impression behind on this album. Stripped-down guitars on “Bloodlines” and “Of Suffering” pack the middle of the record with a broader scale. The occasional foray into softer melodies in no way discredits the fury that beckons from the hands and/or voices of each musician.

“God is War” was a formidable album, but “Nothing Violates This Nature” outshines it in several aspects. The restraint shows a far-reaching melodic stance, while the grind and death metal-infused cuts punch up the damage. Though this album is roughly the same length as their last one, the pacing this time is much smoother. When a song does take a breather, it’s a smart and worthwhile excursion. All Pigs Must Die is not some name-dropping side band, which is proven by the unstoppable “Nothing Violates This Nature”.

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Alpinist - Lichtlaerm II Minus.Mensch (CD EP)

Limited edition of only 2000 machine numerated copies.

Alpinist are from Munster, Germany who produce crushingly dark hardcore/crust played with blinding intensity. The band is meant to be understood by those who are sick of following musical trends, those who want to live out music with dedication and those who believe in expressing their own ideals through their own art. Alpinists’ socio-political lyrics are openly and strongly against all forms of fascism, racism, sexism and homophobia. The disc contains both of the band’s albums that were previously only available on limited vinyl releases, making this the first ever CD release from Alpinist.

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Asbestosdeath - Dejection Unclean (10 inch)

Features Al Cisneros (Sleep, Om), Chris Hakius (Sleep, Om), and Matt Pike (Sleep, High on Fire, Kalas) and Thomas Choi (Operator Generator).

THIS IS pre-SLEEP!!!


In the late '80s, before the mighty formation of Sleep: Al Cisneros (Bass/Vocals), Chris Hakius, and Matt Pike (Guitar) played together along with Thomas Choi (Guitar) in Asbestosdeath. Abestosdeath is the roots of the oak that branched into the massive creation of not only Sleep but of course Om (Al and Chris), High On Fire (Matt) and ItisI/Operator Generator (Thomas Choi). Asbestosdeath was short-lived and only existed long enough to record 4 songs that were released on 2 separate 7 inches. Unclean was released by the band. The other, Dejection was released by Profane Existence.

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Asbestosdeath - Dejection Unclean (CD EP)

Features Al Cisneros (Sleep, Om), Chris Hakius (Sleep, Om), and Matt Pike (Sleep, High on Fire, Kalas) and Thomas Choi (Operator Generator).

THIS IS pre-SLEEP!!!


In the late '80s, before the mighty formation of Sleep: Al Cisneros (Bass/Vocals), Chris Hakius, and Matt Pike (Guitar) played together along with Thomas Choi (Guitar) in Asbestosdeath. Abestosdeath is the roots of the oak that branched into the massive creation of not only Sleep but of course Om (Al and Chris), High On Fire (Matt) and ItisI/Operator Generator (Thomas Choi). Asbestosdeath was short-lived and only existed long enough to record 4 songs that were released on 2 separate 7 inches. Unclean was released by the band. The other, Dejection, was released by Profane Existence.

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Ascend - Ample Fire Within (2LP)

Features Gentry Densley (Iceburn, Eagle Twin) and Greg Anderson (Sunn0))), Goatsnake, Engine Kid) with special guest appearances by Andy Patterson (Iota), Steve Moore (Earth, Sunn0)))), Bubba Dupree (Void) and Kim Thayil (Soundgarden)!

180gr. vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve. 2 bonus tracks.


While this collaboration with Gentry Densley (Iceburn, Eagle Twin) is slightly less prone to indulge in Sunn0)))'s droning, ambient soundscapes, it's still unconcerned with traditional song structure and the like. It serves as a solid companion piece to Sunn0))).

All of the usual deeply layered, unbelievably dense, strummed harmonics familiar to most of you from Sunn0))), Goatsnake, Burning Witch, and so forth are present on 'Ample Fire Within' in spades, but Ascend is a damn sight more accessible to the general listening public with additional, lighter-toned soundscapes thrown into the mix. Deep acoustics somewhat reminiscent of Earth, eerily distorted Greg Anderson trademark vocals, some great moments of trombone (all too fleeting), organ, and even a Wurlitzer make themselves known on an album that really thrives on all of the variation present. In addition, some of the songs are backed up by a pounding, still glacially slow, percussion from Andy Patterson, thereby giving some needed structure to the exercise.

Ascend is particularly noteworthy in that their style of drone has wonderful contrast drawn between songs with all of the different instrumentation. In addition, subtle changes within an individual song are so seamless that an entirely different sound slowly emerges across a song as the listener is drawn in. Those changes may not entirely register with the listener at first, and that is a fleeting quality that really caught my notice.

In short, Ascend is drone of the highest caliber and will appeal to anyone already interested in the Southern Lord drone pantheon. The lighter moments of 'Ample Fire Within' will also allow Ascend to appeal to those of you that may find Burning Witch and so forth a bit unpalatable.

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Ascend - Ample Fire Within (CD)

Features Gentry Densley (Iceburn, Eagle Twin) and Greg Anderson (Sunn0))), Goatsnake, Engine Kid) with special guest appearances by Andy Patterson (Iota), Steve Moore (Earth, Sunn0)))), Bubba Dupree (Void) and Kim Thayil (Soundgarden)!

While this collaboration with Gentry Densley (Iceburn, Eagle Twin) is slightly less prone to indulge in Sunn0)))'s droning, ambient soundscapes, it's still unconcerned with traditional song structure and the like. It serves as a solid companion piece to Sunn0))).

All of the usual deeply layered, unbelievably dense, strummed harmonics familiar to most of you from Sunn0))), Goatsnake, Burning Witch, and so forth are present on 'Ample Fire Within' in spades, but Ascend is a damn sight more accessible to the general listening public with additional, lighter-toned soundscapes thrown into the mix. Deep acoustics somewhat reminiscent of Earth, eerily distorted Greg Anderson trademark vocals, some great moments of trombone (all too fleeting), organ, and even a Wurlitzer make themselves known on an album that really thrives on all of the variation present. In addition, some of the songs are backed up by a pounding, still glacially slow, percussion from Andy Patterson, thereby giving some needed structure to the exercise.

Ascend is particularly noteworthy in that their style of drone has wonderful contrast drawn between songs with all of the different instrumentation. In addition, subtle changes within an individual song are so seamless that an entirely different sound slowly emerges across a song as the listener is drawn in. Those changes may not entirely register with the listener at first, and that is a fleeting quality that really caught my notice.

In short, Ascend is drone of the highest caliber and will appeal to anyone already interested in the Southern Lord drone pantheon. The lighter moments of 'Ample Fire Within' will also allow Ascend to appeal to those of you that may find Burning Witch and so forth a bit unpalatable.

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Ascend - Ample Fire Within (T-shirt)

Front print is shown. Back print is an image of Greg Anderson and Gentry Densley.

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Black Breath - Heavy Breathing (CD)



On Heavy Breathing the band go far beyond the metallic D-beats of their debut. This is good old Death N' Roll like we haven't heard since Wolverine Blues first dropped. It's got all the brutal swagger of that album, along with healthy doses of Grave and Dismember influence for good measure. It's a huge sounding record too, with the drums branching out from the crust of the debut, and the bass really filling out the low end while the gnarly guitars lay down the filth. Obviously fans of any of the bands that I've name-dropped would do well to sink their teeth into this one, but I think this has some broader, more "cross-over" appeal, so you'd do well to go out and get it. Although it's overtly extreme metal influenced, its got the inflections and immediacies of a rock album, and that's going to turn some heads no matter who is listening.

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Black Breath - Heavy Breathing (Color) (LP)

Limited edition on 180gr. clear vinyl.

On Heavy Breathing the band go far beyond the metallic D-beats of their debut. This is good old Death N' Roll like we haven't heard since Wolverine Blues first dropped. It's got all the brutal swagger of that album, along with healthy doses of Grave and Dismember influence for good measure. It's a huge sounding record too, with the drums branching out from the crust of the debut, and the bass really filling out the low end while the gnarly guitars lay down the filth. Obviously fans of any of the bands that I've name-dropped would do well to sink their teeth into this one, but I think this has some broader, more "cross-over" appeal, so you'd do well to go out and get it. Although it's overtly extreme metal influenced, its got the inflections and immediacies of a rock album, and that's going to turn some heads no matter who is listening.

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Black Breath - Heavy Breathing (White) (LP)

Limited edition on white colored vinyl.

On Heavy Breathing the band go far beyond the metallic D-beats of their debut. This is good old Death N' Roll like we haven't heard since Wolverine Blues first dropped. It's got all the brutal swagger of that album, along with healthy doses of Grave and Dismember influence for good measure. It's a huge sounding record too, with the drums branching out from the crust of the debut, and the bass really filling out the low end while the gnarly guitars lay down the filth. Obviously fans of any of the bands that I've name-dropped would do well to sink their teeth into this one, but I think this has some broader, more "cross-over" appeal, so you'd do well to go out and get it. Although it's overtly extreme metal influenced, its got the inflections and immediacies of a rock album, and that's going to turn some heads no matter who is listening.

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