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Ice Dragon - The Burl, The Earth, The Aether (White) (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art Ice Dragon - The Burl, The Earth, The Aether (White) (IMPORT) (LP)

Limited edition on white vinyl. Includes a cool poster and insert.

Killer stuff. Refreshingly different, but still very much doom. If you are into the sound of Electric Wizard and 70s epic heavy metal, get it!

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Incoming Cerebral Overdrive - Controverso (with Bonus CD) (Color) (IMPORT) (10 inch) Cover Art Incoming Cerebral Overdrive - Controverso (with Bonus CD) (Color) (IMPORT) (10 inch)

Limited edition of only 300 hand numbered copies on red vinyl. Includes a CD of the album and hand silkscreen posters and postcards. Absolutely beautiful handmade silkscreened packaging by Malleus!!!!

It's a powerful overcharging state, originating from the mastodontic approach to the riff rooted in a hardcore attitude and developing in something different and multiform. The furious dynamics, the tearing vocals, the seventies Italian prog reminiscences and the psychedelic aesthetic show the will to experiment on continuosly mutating song structures. Controverso represents a new impulse of uncontrollable nature: structured in eight tracks, the album evolves through a conscious musical growing, moving toward the innovative soul of avant garde music. Powerful concrete dynamics, tearing vocals and a mastodontic approach to the riff are the main directions of this "post-something" band from Italy.

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Incoming Cerebral Overdrive - Le Stelle: A Voyage Adrift (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art Incoming Cerebral Overdrive - Le Stelle: A Voyage Adrift (IMPORT) (LP)



The concept, an imaginary, dark and lonely trip adrift discovered in a diary. Emotions of fear, anger and irrational excitement are expressed, waiting for a certain epilogue into desolation, a final annihilation in a cosmic fusion. Sonically, this new album is a journey that intersects and expands in a huge, deep and at times, claustrophobic monolith. Heavy cavernous guitars with back-breaking riffs, multifaceted, effect laden vocals and rhythmic notes plunge into a psychedelic mix of unpredictable sounds of distress and madness that we, the recipient, can only succumb to.

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Indian - The Unquiet Sky (Re-issue) (Color) (2LP) Cover Art Indian - The Unquiet Sky (Re-issue) (Color) (2LP)

Limited edition of only 100 copies with yellow and red bleed colored vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

This is stripped down hate doom, very much akin to their late Chicago brethren Buried at Sea or Portland, Maine’s Ocean. The forays into southern sludge grooves and the occasional faster pace add some color as well. Like most bands of this nature, it takes awhile for the full effect of Indian to sink in. It’s a massive sound, almost confrontational in nature. Fans of this style of music will be raving about this one for awhile.

Amazingly deep, crushing production, and the tracks on the first half kill unequivocally. The overall vibe and presentation has vague suggestions of Buried at Sea, but I think Indian are their own beast.

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Inter Arma - The Cavern EP (LP) Cover Art Inter Arma - The Cavern EP (LP)

Limited edition on black vinyl.

Inter Arma follow up their universally acclaimed 'Sky Burial' with the epic 40-plus minute one-song EP 'The Cavern'.

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Price: $18.99
Internal Void - Voyage (Color) (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art Internal Void - Voyage (Color) (IMPORT) (LP)

Limited edition of only 300 copies with white splatter on translucent blue vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

Demo tape of Internal Void from 1991, first time ever on vinyl. These tracks have never been on CD. Restored, remastered.

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Iron Man - South of the Earth (Color) (IMPORT) (2LP) Cover Art Iron Man - South of the Earth (Color) (IMPORT) (2LP)

Limited edition of only 400 copies on purple vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

Now, one would be downright negligent to miss the direct channeling of Black Sabbath, most clearly evident in the axe chops of founding (and sole original) member Al Morris III, and also to a great degree, in the four-string fingering from Louis Strachan. Strachan has brought a welcome Butler-y bassy buoyancy to Iron Man’s 21st-century resurrection across their last five releases which, besides strongly linking them with the Brummies, makes the journey that much more musical and enjoyable. However, I argue that the most compelling addition to the monstrous Marylanders is vocalist Dee Calhoun. Having tested his mettle on the band’s last two EPs, we now hear the man expand into the breadth of a full album — and let me tell you, brothers and sisters, the man is absolutely capable of stretching into the void. It’s largely because of him that my ears liken the band more closely to their home state brethren like Saint Vitus, Pentagram, or The Obsessed.

And while they are propelled by Calhoun, the main driving force behind Iron Man is still certainly Morris, in more ways than one. He brings the old school bluesy doom, heavily characteristic of Sabbath's early efforts, only with markedly less jazzy swing and no super extended solos or multi-part song suites. The song durations still fall on the long side, though, coming in around a six-minute average. What this means for we who kowtow to The Riff is lots to praise, every time.

Morris’s crunching, crushing tone runs rampant behind the contemplative cerebral crutches in “Hail to the Haze”, which I admittedly thought was going to be a rather dunderheaded approach to weed worship; its questioning, open-ended message was a refreshing breath of fresh air. And I was likewise hoodwinked later, as “Half Face / Thy Brother’s Keeper (Dunwich Pt. 2)” opened up some tasty “Lord of This World” licks before it steadily found its own feet …presumably in heavy boots of lead. When treading familiar territory, sometimes a well-intentioned bait-and-switch can be just what the rock ‘n’ roll doctor ordered.

Let’s not overthink this, folks. What we have here is American-born Marylandian DOOM (in the classic sense of the term) with an easily argued best lineup of the band’s quarter-century existence. Get thee behind Iron Man, or be one of the victims full of dread.

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Iron Monkey - 9-13 (LP) Cover Art Iron Monkey - 9-13 (LP)



Cult UK doom/sludge outfit IRON MONKEY return with 9-13, their first new full length in almost two decades. After disbanding in 1999 due to the death of their original singer J.P. Morrow, the group has reformed for phase two of their mission. Recorded in their hometown of Nottingham in Spring 2017 A.D. with producer Johnny A. Carter, 9-13 is 9 songs and 48 minutes of total nihilism. Now older, more cynical and more isolationist, IRON MONKEY are back to usurp the scene, then crush it's skull. Without question, their most focused, aggressive and direct material to date, 9-13 is an all-out assault of violent hatred and nightmarish negativity. Recommended listening for fans of pain, suffering, and misanthropy.

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Isaak - Sermonize (Black) (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art Isaak - Sermonize (Black) (IMPORT) (LP)

Limited edition on black vinyl.

Isaak, born from the ashes of Gandhi's Gunn, plays stoner metal/heavy rock, inspired by bands such as Clutch, Orange Goblin and Torche.

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Isaak - Sermonize (Red Splatter) (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art Isaak - Sermonize (Red Splatter) (IMPORT) (LP)

Limited edition of only 300 copies on translucent red splatter colored vinyl.

Isaak, born from the ashes of Gandhi's Gunn, plays stoner metal/heavy rock, inspired by bands such as Clutch, Orange Goblin and Torche.

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