Self – Inflicted Violence – A Perception of Matter & … LP 14 Euro
Its limited to 350 copies with different layout than the cd-version. All copies in black wax and with a thick printed
Innersleeve. Negative black metal with post rock influences makes this opus to one of most expected album of the
last year. The atmosphere of their music makes you depressive,negative and at the end the self-inflicted violence will
Supplicium - Magna Atra Missa – DLP 17,50 Euro
Satanic black metal of the highest class. A masterpiece album finally on vinyl!
Svartsyn - Wrath Upon The Earth LP 14 Euro
After 3 years of silence Svartsyn returns with long awaited 6th full lenght album. Black Metal the way it was meant to be.
Urgehal - The Eternal Eclipse - 15 Years of Satanic Black Metal LP 14 Euro
The anniversary album finally released on a black vinyl. Gatefold, printed inner jacket. Limited to 666 copies.
Winterblut - Von den Pflichten schönes zu vernichten DLP 17,50 Euro
Brandnew studio album !!!cult german black metal! This DLP comes in a very nice gatefold artwork and Poster!
Winterblut “Der 6. Danach“ (D)LP 22 Euro
Contains The Opus I: Leidenswege” LP & Opus II: Geistermusik & Opus III: Orgelmusik” LP
Winterblut “Der 6. Danach, Opus II: Geistermusik & Opus III: Orgelmusik” LP ANTI-GOTH 196 As with all of Winterblut’s
releases, the debut album “Der 6. Danach” is an ambitious and astounding work of black art. Originally released in
1999 under the banner of Darker Than Black Records, this album was the first proper full-length Winterblut
recording and began the unfolding of what would become one of the most unique catalogs in Black Metal.
For this vinyl release, L’hiver, after years of assessing the impact of this recording, has reorganized the tracks to
better suit the various stages of the work. The first of the two LPs, subtitled “Opus 1: Leidenswege,” is primal Black Metal.
Directed by aggressive percussion, the tracks on this LP are, for the most part, attacking and pure. The songs forming the
body of Opus 1 demonstrate the intense musculature of the corpus of Winterblut’s sound. As Opus 1 progresses,
this corpus is gradually defleshed leaving only the bleak consciousness of the music. A greater influx of the atmospheric
and ethereal elements begins to manifest giving way to the tracks on “Opus 2: Geistmusik” and “Opus 3: Orgelmusik.
” With these songs, L’hiver sought to attain an even darker sounding Black Metal by utilizing only keyboards, drums
and vocals. Assisted by a talented session keyboard player, L’hiver descends deep into cold and impersonal realms
with the songs here. While Winterblut may not be the only band to have attempted to create dark Black Metal without
the use of guitars, the second half of this album is perhaps the most successful of these efforts. From its inception,
Winterblut has remained unpredictable and mysterious. “Der 6. Danach” offers a glimpse of the mission that
L’hiver would carry out over the next 13 years after the release of this album and reveals the vast spectrum
of Winterblut’s sound.