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Goatlord - Demo '87 / Reh '88
Demonomancy / Witchcraft - Archaic Remnants Of The Numinous / At The Diabolus Hour
Necrosic - Putrid Decimation
Irkallian Oracle - Apollyon
Irkallian Oracle
Apollyon
2LP | 2016 | US | Original (Nuclear War Now!)
31,44 €* 36,99 € -15%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The Second Album from Irkallian Oracle, "Apollyon" provides the same percussion-driven meditations as the first album, "Grave Ekstasis", while also demonstrating a greater musical maturity characterized by more focused compositions and technical enhancement.
Ill Omen - Æ.Thy.Rift
Ill Omen
Æ.Thy.Rift
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Nuclear War Now!)
22,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Ill Omen’s third and strongest album yet, featuring a more dedicated adherence to slower, more doom-oriented tempos, which accentuate the album’s ritualistic nature.
Xibalba - Ah Tza!
Xibalba
Ah Tza!
7" | 2016 | US | Original (Nuclear War Now!)
6,29 €* 8,99 € -30%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The original Xibalba and one of the most highly-regarded black metal bands from Mexico. This three-song EP represents the band’s newest output since the well-received “Demo 2010.”
Chaos Echoes - Parisian Sessions / Rehearsal I
Chaos Echoes
Parisian Sessions / Rehearsal I
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Nuclear War Now!)
20,29 €* 28,99 € -30%
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
With its outstanding and truly unique debut full-length album, “Transient,” Chaos Echoes made a very strong case earlier this year for album of 2015. However, with its influences drawing as heavily from the experimental realm as from the domain of metal, what is less certain is in which category the award would be given. Unlike your typical death metal band, the lasting imprint that Chaos Echoes leaves on the listener is owed not simply to a linear series of formulaic, prearranged riffs, but instead to a tapestry of interwoven textures, both oppressively heavy and hauntingly subtle, that are primarily born from improvised rehearsal sessions. "Parisian Sessions / Rehearsal I" is a document of the very first sessions that Chaos Echoes every played in January 2012.
Reencarnacion - 888 Metal
Reencarnacion
888 Metal
2LP | 2016 | US | Original (Nuclear War Now!)
36,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The full first album and EP from 1988 from one of the most significant and obscure early black metal bands from South America - REENCARNATION. As the label first did in 2006, Nuclear War Now! is once again proud to reissue “888 Metal,” on both double-LP and CD formats. In its entirety, this release exhumes a collective sound and vision once partially obscured by its isolated geographic location and socio-political unrest, but one which must endure as a lasting artefact of a genre that was immeasurably shaped by its early South American influence.
Pneuma Hagion - Trinity I
Ares Kingdom - The Unburiable Dead
Rites Of Thy Degringolade - An Ode To Sin
Rites Of Thy Degringolade
An Ode To Sin
LP | 2005 | US | Reissue (Nuclear War Now!)
18,89 €* 20,99 € -10%
Release:2005 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
2015 marks approximately ten years since Rites of Thy Degringolade was originally put to rest. Thankfully, it also marks the band’s recent resurrection, as it has made preliminary plans for some upcoming festival dates, a European tour, and perhaps even new material. To celebrate this fortunate turn of events, Nuclear War Now! is honored to offer a repress of “An Ode to Sin,” as it had originally released in 2005 (albeit this time in a standard, single-pocket jacket with insert). With this release, NWN! aims to widen the footprint of one of the most overlooked, but also most-deserving, black metal bands of its kind.
Mefitic - Woes Of Mortal Devotion
Mefitic
Woes Of Mortal Devotion
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Nuclear War Now!)
21,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
All too often a band emerges from the underground, records a promising demo or EP, and soon after, under some perceived notion of urgency, releases a lackluster debut album rife with impotent filler tracks, and is thus discarded to the overpopulated scrap pile of mediocre metal bands. Fewer and farther between are the bands that rightfully and patiently take their time to properly develop their musicianship and songwriting abilities, experiment with their sound and recording technique, and then unleash a debut album, sometimes several years later, that is more than worthy of its time in waiting. Having existed for over ten years, but content to this point to have released just a handful of demos, splits, and a single EP, Italy’s Mefitic fits the latter categorization. With its debut album, “Woes of Mortal Devotion,” hereby released under the banner of Nuclear War Now!, Mefitic proves that patience is rewarded by the quality of its product.
Insulter - Blood Spits, Violences And Insults
Insulter
Blood Spits, Violences And Insults
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Nuclear War Now!)
19,54 €* 22,99 € -15%
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
“Blood Spits, Violences, and Insults” compiles all three demos from both eras of Insulter as well as a previously unreleased rehearsal recording from 1988. Moreover, this compilation serves as a tribute to the mighty Insulter's role in the emergence of the Brazilian deathcore movement and the individual contributions of the band's members that have since passed on. As such, this release aspires to call further, well-deserved recognition to a time and place in metal history that is certain to never be duplicated.
Doom Snake Cult - Love, Sorrow, Doom
Embrace Of Thorns - Darkness Impenetrable
Varathron - Walpurgisnacht
Doomed And Disgusting - Satan's Nightmare
Doomed And Disgusting
Satan's Nightmare
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Nuclear War Now!)
18,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Dave Slave, one of the underground's most unquestionably enigmatic and underappreciated figures, reemerges from a long torpor with the third full-length from his Doomed and Disgusting project called "Satan's Nightmare." Although he remains one of the masters of his trade, Slave has maintained an unassuming position in the scene for years. His music, it is apparent, is not manufactured for the listener and his unbalanced character not a feigned act of Black Metal theater. His solitary focus upon producing the music he wants to make with no regard for rules or customs is precisely the reason it is so compelling. Well known for his wicked virtuosity exhibited as part of the legendary band, Sadistik Exekution, Slave’s solo approach is very different, but no less unique. Sadistik Exekution delivered some of the most frantic and tumultuous tracks ever recorded. The collision of minds in the band, as deranged as they were talented, produced a body of work that has never been surpassed in terms of its raw tempestuous fury. Slave's solo project, Doomed and Disgusting, is no less twisted, but explores entirely different sonic territory in the service of the dark arts. Primarily focusing upon midpaced doom, this project reflects hints of Hellhammer, Goatlord, and Doom Snake Cult, but truly sounds like nothing else. The versatile songwriting, precisely defined guitar tone, wretched and mysterious vocals, and the application of subtle details such as occasional, well-placed keyboards distinguish this album from the usual boring banality of Doom Metal.
Satanas - Live Rehearsal 1988
Satanas
Live Rehearsal 1988
12" | 2015 | US | Original (Nuclear War Now!)
13,29 €* 18,99 € -30%
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
For the past year, NWN!, working closely with Sabbat-founder, Gezol, engaged in a campaign to celebrate and honor the 30 year history of Japan's legendary Black Metal pioneers, Sabbat. Most notably, the "Sabbatical Earlyearslaught" box set led to the unearthing of a wealth of obscure, overlooked, and intriguing Sabbat and Sabbat-related material. Those who read closely the text in the accompanying book (meticulously researched and written by Craig "Ixtab" Conrad) will no doubt have had their interest piqued by the reference to Satanas. Gezol's brother, Samm, who was the original Sabbat drummer (and later played in Sacrifice and Magnesium among other bands), formed Satanas around 1988 during a dormant period in Sabbat’s history in which the latter was on a hiatus from performing live. Samm, who played guitar in Satanas, recruited drummer Zorugelion as well as another guitarist named Zakingtaaman. Of course, this is significant because, a few years later Zorugelion would replace Samm as the drummer for Sabbat after Samm began dedicating himself full-time to his work with the aforementioned Sacrifice. Given the subsequent history of the musicians in Satanas, it is easy to understand why the recovery of a recording by this band would be valuable. As it happens, there is a single rehearsal session that was recorded and preserved through the years, and it is every bit as fascinating, both musically and historically, as one would expect. Sonically speaking, Satanas veered toward a thrashing style infused with a palpable evil representative of the band members2 Black Metal proclivities. (The cover of Sodom2s "Outbreak of Evil" featured on this rehearsal recording provides some indication of Satanas' primary influences.) The sound of the recording itself is raw, but the instruments and vocals are audible, and the primitive nature of the recording enhances rather than detracts from the impact of this release. This is the only extant recording of this band that formed a critical point in Japanese Black Metal’s evolutionary arc. Had Satanas continued, it is probable that any subsequent studio recordings would have elevated the band into the upper echelon of Japan’s early Black Metal acts. Instead, fate intervened, the band dissolved, and Satanas remains a curious footnote in the history of the scene. The music, however, speaks for itself and is worthy of reverence based upon its intrinsic musical merit. In order to secure the permanence of this phenomenal recording, NWN! teamed up with High Society Satanic Records to commit this rehearsal to vinyl and thereby solidify the legacy of this interesting project.
Sacrificio - Sacrificio
Sacrificio
Sacrificio
12" | 2015 | US | Original (Nuclear War Now!)
18,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Sacrificio's debut 12" is among the most anticipated debuts in recent memory by an otherwise obscure project – little is officially known about Sacrificio except that they hail from Spain. Released earlier this year as a limited promo cassette, Sacrificio’s self-titled debut recording has garnered accolades from nearly all who have embraced its dark emanations. While many bands strive to achieve a style and sound that harkens back to the earliest and evilest progenitors of the Black Metal genre, no band has do so with such a degree of authenticity as Sacraficio. Of particular noteworthiness is the production on this recording. The sound, primitive and unaffected, perfectly captures the band’s atavistic drive to channel some of the legendary bands that ushered in the First Wave of Black Metal. Aftershocks of the earliest recordings of Bathory, Sodom, and Hellhammer can be felt pulsing through the songs on this recording. Even more specifically, Sacrificio’s raw sound and reckless performance is a nod to the seminal South American acts that created and cultivated the bestial style as well as the defiant minimalism of early Eastern European bands. Sacrificio utilized archaic equipment to obtain a genuinely classic atmosphere that has been lost for nearly two decades. The mix, in which the instruments, though seemingly recorded live in the studio, are panned hard and thereby separated into the left and right channels, imbues the recording with a brutal clarity and intimate intensity. While the tracks possess the energy and force or a precipitous rehearsal demo, the quality of the recording ensures that all of the instruments are pronounced and audible. This focused and succinct mLP is a welcome and skillfully written return to tradition and portends the issuance of ever more malefic recordings from Sacrificio.
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