The double vinyl contains 50 bands/songs, also a onesided 7" with four unreleased tracks. The double LP with 7" is limited to 500 copies, here you find the pressing facts: 200 copies white solid vinyl only available for the bands 100 copies red black marbled vinyl only available thru POWER IT UP Mailorder 100 copies clear black marbled vinyl only availble at the Obscene Extreme Festival 100 copies black vinyl available for wholesale and distribution Here are the bands who are a part of these fine compilation:
ACCION MUTANTE, AFTERCOMA, ALEA IACTA EST, ANALDICKTION, AXT, BESTHÖVEN, BLACK HOLE OF CALCUTTA, COLLISION, DAYS OF DESOLATION, DEHUMAN, DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION, DESTROYED IN SECONDS, DICK TRACY, DISTRESS, EMBALMING THEATRE, ENTRAILS MASSACRE, EXPURGO, EXTREME DECAY, FAILURE TRACE, FAMINE, FAXE, GRONIBARD, HUMUS, IRRITATION, KRIGSKONTRAST, KRONISK MISANTROPI, KRÜGER, KRUSH, LINE UP YOUR LIES, LIVSTID, LOS REZIOS, MASSGRAVE, MISERY INDEX, MURDER CONSTRUCT, MY COLD EMBRACE, NAILED DOWN, NECROMORPH, NEURON, OTNAMUS, PARASIT, PASSIV DÖDSHJALP, PER CAPITA, PROLETAR, PULMONARY FIBROSIS, SLAVEBREED, STENCH OF DEATH, STRONG INTENTION,TACHELESS , VENGEANCE OF KARMA, WHORESNATION
FATHERS OF OUR FLESH | An uncompromising tribute to the heroes of industrial metal GODFLESH --- 13 Bands / 80 minutes of harsh sounds and devastating perdition.
1–Knut - Merciless, Vocals – Franz Treichler
2–Author & PunisherBody - Dome Light
3–Ovo - Like Rats
4–Eagle - TwinWhite Flag
5–Drugs Of Faith - Paralyzed
6–Mandemiurgeshit - Predominance
7–Gnaw - Life Is Easy
8–Omega Massif - Don't Bring Me Flowers
9–Wormed - Tiny Tears
10–Transitional - Avalanche Master Song
11–Maruosa - Defeated
12–Warsawwasraw - Pulp
13–Nadja - Go Spread Your Wings
Some of the world’s most radical and chaotic black/death acts have answered to Blastbeat Mailmurder’s call for the first volume of a new vinyl series dedicated to chaos & blasphemy, Jesus
The bands featured in vol.1 are (by order of appearance):
OGDRU JAHAD (DK)
IMPURE WORSHIP (GR)
Grouping together some of the most radical acts from all over the globe and asking from them a one-minute long statement, this is what the Monomaniac series is all about!
Eventhough short timings are standard practice for punk-related music genres, it is extremely interesting to hear how bands from other scenes respond to the challenge, as well as how it sounds to juxtapose short bursts from the extreme underground’s different tendencies…
Compiled with passion by Panos Agoros (Dephosphorus’ vocalist and Blastbeat Mailmurder’s head honcho) and moulded aesthetically by renowned visionnaries Viral Graphics, Monomaniac is a compilation series on the edge of the contemporary underground sound.
This second (and double) installment in the series has been mastered for vinyl by C.Sinclair, drummer of Diocletian & Witchrist fame. It comes in a 12” black vinyl, pressed at 45 R.P.M. for maximum sound quality.
1. WITCHRIST (NZ) “Transmuting Rituals of the Absolute” (01:50)
2. MONOMAKH (AU) “Menstruous” (00:59)
3. SKULSHITTER (USA) “Rotten Ways” (00:59)
4. NOCTURNAL VOMIT (GR) “Typhlosis” (01:48 )
5. NADIWRATH (GR) “A Living Disgrace” (01:00)
6. END (GR) “Half Fuelled Life” (01:22)
7. HAAPOJA (FI) “Yhtä Ja Samaa” (00:51)
8. DEPHOSPHORUS (GR) “Unknown To Thee” (01:07)
9. OMEGA MONOLITH (GR) “Fragment(ed)” (01:00)
1. BLACK HOLE OF CALCUTTA (USA) “Hierophant” (00:43)
2. WAKE (CA) “Hate Hoarder” (01:11)
3. PROGRESS OF INHUMANITY (GR) “Immoral Immortals” (00:52)
4. GODS OF CHAOS (HR) “Crush The Skulls Of All Fucking Posers III” (00:45)
5. MUTANT SUPREMACY (USA) “Mucopuralent Excretor” (01:31)
6. RAVENCULT (GR) “”Endless Retaliation” (01:11)
7. BURIAL HORDES (GR) “Glorification” (01:03)
8. WEREGOAT (USA) “By Light Of Moon” (01:00)
9. DODSFERD (GR) “Disposable Human Wastes” (01:16)
10. NECROSADIST (CY) “Key Of The Abyss” (01:34)
Monomaniac Vol.4 is the most vicious and eerie installment of the series.
The concept of short, one minute songs, continues to be implemented by radical black/death/grind units but is also embraced by more experimental acts, providing a unique capture of the international underground’s vibes.
It is pressed on black, 12” vinyl playing at 45 RPM, packaged in 300 gsm jackets with black print inside and 3mm spine, and will ship in PVC overbags.
released 01 September 2014
--- Compiled by Panos Agoros.
--- Mastering by C.Sinclair (email@example.com).
--- Artwork and layout by Viral Graphics.
--- All tracks/versions are unreleased.
1.DEATHCULT (CH) - Summoned 01:35
2.BÖLZER (CH) - The Eternal Monarch 01:28
3.ARCHAGATHUS (CA) - Expensive Solution 01:22
4.HOLY MEASURE (AU) - None Immune 00:41
5.HOLY MEASURE (AU) - Old Dawn 00:34
6.SWOLLEN ORGANS (U.S.A.) - Natural Causes 00:59
7.ABYSSUS (GR) - Phobos 01:12
8.TREPANATION (NZ) - Strike With Chaos (Monomaniac version) 01:20
9.VACANTFIELD (GR) - The Yarn 01:22
10.ΣΠΛΑΧΝΑ (GR) - Άγνωστη Τροχιά 01:00
11.ΝΑΦΘΑLYN (GR) - Education 01:03
12.VUYVR - Elevation 00:58
13.COLUMN OF HEAVEN (CA) - Reunion With The Divine 00:56
14.HEAD HITS CONCRETE (CA) - Colony Collapse (demo) 01:26
15.IMPURE WORSHIP (GR) - Herald Of Famine And Pestilence 01:14
16.LOBOTOMIZED (NO) - Streams Of Aquavit 01:05
17.FAITHREAT (GR) - Supremacy Of Stupidity 01:26
18.NUNRIPPER (U.S.A.) - Funeral Pestilence 01:07
19.THE YOU AND WHAT ARMY FACTION (GR) - Legs 01:00
20.AWE (GR) - This Nature Is Not Of Yours 01:42
21.SPECTRAL LORE (GR) - The Cosmic Suicide 01:30
There are 24 bands on this 44 minute record; 11 on side A and 13 on side B. Most of the tracks are from Chaos Is Me, Dance Tonight! and Gatefold, but there are also a few from the ‘skull’ split with Jerome’s Dream, the 6” split with CombatWoundedVeteran and the Self Titled 7”. I have put a lot of thought into this whole package, and I hope that Orchid fans will notice (and appreciate) the nice small touches. The cover layout for the vinyl version is a complete Dance Tonight! ‘rip’. The labels and fold-out insert inspired by the Chaos Is Me record. All artwork by Rodrigo Almanegra; who has yet again done an amazing job. Band list Coma Regalia, Full of Hell, For Want Of, Voyage In Coma, You’ll Live, Carrion spring, I Don’t Want to Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Piano Bastards (Crocus/Ergon Carousel), Cassus, Lizards Have Personalities, Foxes, Deer In the Headlights, Republic of Dreams, Questionable Youth, Lord Snow, Adobe Homes, Itto, !Silencio, Ahora, Silencio!, History of the Hawk, Utarid, Todos Caeran, Mahria, Innards, Sed Non Satiata
After long waiting its finally there. TOO SHORT TOO HANDLE #3 the final 12" - more then 30 bands play as many songs as they want in one minute - genres like Grindcore/Powerviolence/Hardcore/Noise and everything in between
Bands oa. After The Last Sky, Greedy Mouth, Slapendehonden, Terlarang 13, Burt, Paregorik and many many more
All on coloured vinyl
VOL. II. from the festival and also VOL. II. from this awesome festival compilation LP. This compilation is the perfect soundtrack for all the people which haven’t been at the festival- get the spirit of D.I.Y. ethic and friendship, Powerviolence, Death/ Grindcore and DOOM.
SUFFERING MIND (pl), ENTRAILS MASSACRE (ger), BAD LUCK RIDES ON WHEELS (ger), IDIOT SAVANT (ger) sponsored some unreleased trac ks. AUGIRRE (fra), MALIGNANT TUMOUR (cz), LIGHT IT UP (ger), OBSCURE MORTUARY (ger) delivered some trac ks from their current rel eases .
MALIGNANT TUMOUR – el ectric church
ENTRAILS MASSACRE – assimilated / af terman / isol ation king (threatener cover) / age smells / sweating off the dark
LIGHT IT UP – react / quiet & harm
SUFFERING MIND – sanktuarium hipokryzji / przeciwko dobrobytowi / status quo
AGUIRRE – li ke weeds (his hero is gone cover)
IDIOT SAVANT – keine zeit
OBSCURE MORTUARY – dread / uni on of sic kness / bring me the scum / vi va la satvia
BAD LUCK RIDES ON WHEELS – negotiate
A few copies from this awesome festival compilation LP are left. This compilation is the perfect soundtrack for all the people which haven’t been at the festival- get the spirit of D.I.Y. ethic and friendship, Powerviolence, Death/ Grindcore, DOOM. WOJCZECH (ger), CREEPING CORRUPT (pl), WOJTYLA (pl), RABIES (cz) BAD LUCK RIDES ON WHEELS (ger) sponsored some unreleased tracks. GRIDE (cz) and LAHAR (cz) delivered some tracks from their current releases.
WOJTYLA – stay away with that shit / fed up
RABIES – lzi, jak chces (Lahar) / emise na pr odej / na zapadni fr onte klid / v pasti / nejde o sport
LAHAR – atomova hrozba / nici vy proud bahnotoku
WOJCZECH – stunde des wolfes
CREEPING CORRUPT – virus
GRIDE – horizont udalos ti / kolik visni, tolik tresni / na jatka uz nas toupila nocni smena
BAD LUCK RIDES ON WHEELS – shrapnel #6
Poland/Belarus Death Metal marauders Veld hit the underground scene in 2015 with "Daemonic: The Art Of Dantalian", their most iconic, obscure and ambitious effort, now available again on DigipakCD and for the first time on limited Vinyl!
For fans of: Behemoth, Nile, Vader, Hour Of Penance
"Formed from the ashes of Clinging To The Trees Of A Forest Fire by vocalist/guitarist Ethan McCarthy (also of Primitive Man and Withered) and bassist Zach Harlan, Denver, Colorado's VERMIN WOMB appeared on many a radar with their 2014 EP "Permanence". While the band’s debut album "Decline" marks the arrival of ex-CTTTOAFF JP Damron on drumming duties, these ten tracks sound nothing like a return to form, as the band managed to be faster, uglier and heavier than ever.
VERMIN WOMB’s brand of ultra brutality gives no quarter, enhancing their no-bullshit grinding death metal with dissonant death/black murkiness, war metal savagery and sludgy breakdowns. With McCarthys’s trademark subterranean barks, raw-sounding blast beats and imperial riffs bolstered by Dave Otero’s thick production, Decline is one of these short albums designed for maximum impact. If you ever wondered how extreme metal would sound like once purged of any unnecessary artifices, here’s your answer."
04. Present Day
05. Rank & File
07. Age Of Neglect
08. Inner World
09. Slave Money
This LP comes on limited bone white or black vinyl and is housed in a reverse-board heavy jacket
While their name is probably unfamiliar to most, Denver's VERMIN WOMB is the new project from Ethan Lee Mc Carthy (guitar/vocals in Primitive Man and formerly of Clinging To The Trees Of A Forest Fire, Death Of Self...). Their debut EP "Permanence" fills the hole left by CTTOAFF's apocalyptic take on grind/death and sludge (same line-up, different drummer) in a darker, more metallic way, and still topped by some of the most terrifying vocals and brutal guitar tones around."
released 01 September 2014
- Recorded, mixed and mastered by Dave Otero at Flatline Audio
The third part of the Vicious Circle Discography contains on side A the songs from the Split LP with Youth Brigade as well as the tracks from the "Search for the solution" 7" EP. Side B contains the songs from the "Circle of the Doomed "Tape recorded in 1984, the tracks from the "Hope and Wait" MLP recorded in 1987 and the 1st EP "Search for the Solution" released in 1985, plus two tracks from 1989. The second LP has live recordings from the 1985 --- Live at The Prince Of Wales, 20 raw tracks from the early Vicious Circle era. Awesome soundboard recordings remastered by Paul Lindsay. The third and last double LP includes also a 12 sided colored booklet with a lot of information's, live photos and other fine artwork stuff.
Violent Frustration: launched as a two-man project in late 2012, VIOLENT FRUSTRATION has become one of Berlin's most active blast squads. Violent Frustration is pissed off Grindcore mayhem blasting the shit out of you. No trends, no bullshit, no compromise. Expect no mercy.
Cavernicular from Palermo/Italy feat. members of ANF and Haemophagus. The powerviolence/grind of the Italian band kept it's straight to the point power. The two vocalist (hardcore yells/death metal grunts) are still doing a good job.
Great manic hardcore / thrash band from Tokyo / Japan. Fast powerfull songs with choral vocals which reminds me legendary bands like Systematic Death or Gauze. Band released two seveninches, split seveninch, many songs on compilations and split LP with Mukeka Di Rato on Sound Pollution records.
"Roughly one year after their acclaimed debut full-length, Swiss black metal mongers VUYVR deliver their new offering "Incinerated Gods". On these four lengthy tracks, the band pursues the style previously developed on "Eiskalt", paying their dues to traditional black metal while sticking to the unusual approach you can expect from these hardcore/post-metal veterans (members of Impure Wilhelmina, Rorcal...). These recordings also serve to pass the torch between drummers, the three first songs introducing new hitter Bastien (Lost Sphere Project), while the closing track stands as the last song recorded with Roderic Mounir (Knut). Cold, brutal and melodic, this live-recorded EP is another testimony of VUYVR's raw power, making the band standing apart from their contemporaries."
Trying to determine why Vuyvr’s debut album "Eiskalt" is a stimulating and refreshing take on black metal is not an easy task. Hailing from Switzerland, their sound initially appears to be rather traditional, obviously influenced by a number of Norwegian and Swedish meisters of the genre. Beneath an impeccable flow and as the record will start to grow on you, you’ll notice subtle, personal touches which contribute to a large extent to the record’s peculiar charm. There’s majestic breakdowns who are wonderful but not strictly metallic (“Betrayers Of The North”), stellar dual guitars equally breathing of heavy metal and post rock (“Dead Trees Will Wander At Night”). The vocals are crisp but not exaggerated, conveying immediacy. The primitive pounding of the drums resonates the naive fury of extreme metal’s early days… Devil is in the details indeed and apparently Vuyvr have inherited the unorthodox class that characterizes their country’s metal tradition (Hellhammer, Celtic Frost, Samael, Coroner…). Having excelled in the ranks of seminal underground acts such as Knut, Impure Wilhelmina, Rorcal, Elizabeth, they are not preoccupied by what the purists will think of them. They are devoted to sonic darkness and it’s all that matters. Less than a year after their initial racket, the band rushed into their practice space and recorded 9 tracks within a day that would eventually become “Eiskalt”.
Your winter just got grimmer.
VYST consists of members of throwers & glasses / perth express ; and they bring the sound of those bands together, you can say it's a more brutal version of perth express; so you get 4 powerful songs an side a and a screenprinted b-side, packed in a screen printed cover
"Here’s a surprisingly awesome shard of hardcore I only just came across. What made me take interest was that VYST contains members of Throwers, Glasses, and Perth Express. VYST will surely join the ranks of other great new German hardcore acts if they haven’t already.“Try Again. Fail Again.” is a half-hour of darkly tinged hardcore with some great ferocity displayed in each of the nine tracks featured here. They dip into moments of melody on some of the longer tracks like “Towards the Cliff”, “They Run”, and “Count Me Down” and their briefness makes them all the more powerful. The production is quite good also, everything rings clear and sharp bringing out the heaviness of some of the slower, crunchy passages. Vocals are wonderfully raspy and hoarse, rending his throat as he runs through issues both bleak and uplifting, contemptuous and angry. VYST don’t rely on dissonance. Merely powerful riffs that move from high speed punk to a moment or two in sludgecore territory (almost) to a short melodic or melancholic (sometimes clean) section — briefly there will be in a few songs a rough tremolo passage just touching on something blackened. Not injected with the blazing sludge found in Perth Express and yet not being as strictly hardcore as Glasses, VYST have found a comfortable middle ground with a very minor blackened-crusty influence without completely falling into the ever-popular splinter genre of dark hardcore; and it works very well. Actually they probably have more in common with their brothers in Throwers than the other two groups which is more on the dark dissonant side of the sound. There’s some excellent arrangements to be heard on “Try Again…”, very catchy and abrasive, fast with some hammer-blow heaviness sprinkled at just the right moments. Quite an enjoyable listening experience all the way through but nothing that could be said to be “off the beaten path”. Just solid, head-bang-inducing hardcore." ( cvltnation )