Monthly Archives: May 2011

A STORM OF LIGHT vs. DUEL

A STORM OF LIGHT/TOMBS Tour Imminent

TUBAL CAIN

*UPDATE: WE ARE NOW SOLD OUT OF THESE AS THEY ARE NOW ALL ACCOUNTED FOR

Please Note: We only have a small handful of these in stock (as much as we wanted to get more), only 100 of them were printed and have all now been accounted for.  Once we’re out of these, we (most likely) won’t be getting more in.

TUBAL CAIN – By Brandon Stosuy, Matthew Barney, and WOLD (DVD by Ari Marcopoulos)

Description: A 52-page spine-bound zine (compiled by Brandon Stosuy, Matthew Barney, and WOLD) about Saskatchewan black metal/noise band WOLD, the Masons, Canada, and privacy.…

Chronicling KRALLICE

A combination of text and video clips, this is one of the best and most in-depth reads surrounding the rise of KRALLICE courtesy of Kim Kelly and (((unartig))).  Go HERE to read it.

When The Sun Drowns In The Ocean

Concerning the vocals on the ALTAR OF PLAGUES song “When The Sun Drowns In The Ocean” form their new album Mammal, here is an explanation as to where they derive from for those who have heard the track and are curious as to the origin of the vocals:

Taken from the band’s website:

“The audio is that of an old Irish funerary custom known as “keening” (from the Gaelic “caoineadh” – “to cry”). This was a vocal lament normally sang over the corpse of the deceased by an elderly women in improvised or pre-composed meter. The woman’s hair would be…

THE HOWLING WIND and A STORM OF LIGHT Vinyl

A couple of our releases manifested on vinyl now in stock:

A STORM OF LIGHT – As The Valley Of Death Becomes Us, Our Silver Memories Fade 2xLP (black and gold vinyl)

The awesome-sounding vinyl of the new A STORM OF LIGHT album (courtesy of Burning World Records) comes in a gorgeously designed gatefold sleeve and presented on thick heavyweight vinyl.  Available in black vinyl (Gold colour sold out).

THE HOWLING WIND – Into The Cryosphere LP

Got copies of the limited edition HOWLING WIND “Into The Cryosphere” LP in stock.  Put out by Parasitic Records, the single…