Saturday, 14 December 2013


More Black Metal for your puny mind. Email for orders/enquiries. Check out the distro for postage and other stock.

Slaegt - Demo 7" £4

4 tracks previously released on a demo CS now placed on to wax. Really blazing guitars swarm across this record with some great raging and slightly punkish Black Metal from this one man Danish fiend.


Verglas - Satanism Juvenile £3

This duo from Montreal with cassettes from Tour de Garde and Seedstock records have released the best demo I have heard in ages! Blackened Punk/Hardcore these guys remind me of Akitsa with some odd noise parts and French spoken word bits between tracks, as well as being mean and raw. Probably more Punk than Black Metal I would argue. The bottom line is they have the riffs. There is some great vocals buried under the drum and guitar assault and also some weird overblown bass sounds which i really like. 

Sunday, 8 December 2013


Two new 7"s of evil and bludgeoning black metal for the distro. Email for enquiries/orders. Check out the distro page for other stock and postage prices.

Woddrea Mylenstede/Black Cilice - Split EP - £4

Really good split from two fine examples of Black Metal. Woddrea Mylenstede, another band from the hugely industrious members of Sump, White Medal and Axnaar, have a great lo-fi bludgeoning sound with slower and slightly psychedelic parts thrown in. Somehow this sounds hugely Northern English with a great occult vibe. Black Cilice also deliver with some searing riffs and great reverbed vocals. The sound is similar to the Summoning The Night LP and continues with the same high quality songwriting. Top 7"!

Celtic Dance - Goddess of a Thousand Knights

Ice cold early 90s Black Metal from an early Portuguese band. Some of the best Black Metal is spewing forth from Portugal at the moment bands like Dolentia, Satanize, Black Cilice and others. This was surprising to me but based on early releases like this one it shouldn't have been unexpected. As good as any scandinavian Black Metal from the same time but with a Portuguese sound that you will recognise from more modern releases of bands from this country.