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Curbeaters - Time Is Unforgiving [vinyl 180g LP limited 300 copies]

Curbeaters - Time Is Unforgiving [vinyl ...

CURBEATERS are/were kind of like “the father you never saw and didn't know was there, but suddenly he knocks at your door“. At least that's kind of like the case to well-known German acts BLACK SHAPE OF NEXUS, IRA, PLANKS and ULTHA. The history: In 2002 all members of the project spent a lot of time on a German message board for underground DIY punk/hardcore/metal and they mutually knew each other from shows and festivals. Several ideas for projects were founded by memebrs of that board – non ever really gave birth to a record. Tom, Andy and Geb met for one weekend to praticse and record a few ideas. Ralph was supposed to play bass but couldn't make it to that weekend. So the remaining members recorded the three tracks on this very record. There was never another proper rehearsal or plans to commence the band, but the instrumental tracks made their way through various channels and always got great feedback. The originally intended singer never made it to record vocals, so the whole th...

95,00 zł
Fotocrime - Always Night [vinyl 180g + downloadcode]

Fotocrime - Always Night [vinyl 180g + d...

FOTOCRIME is the new group led by R.Pattern (aka Ryan Patterson, formerly of Coliseum) and including Nick Thieneman (also of Young Widows, guitar) and Shelley Anderson (bass). After over a decade as the singer-guitarist of post-hardcore trio Coliseum, Pattern forged ahead on his own with a new vision, sound, and moniker: Fotocrime. Backed by danceable, battle hymn drum machines and layered synths, Fotocrime brings a monochrome clarity to its electronic-meets-organic post-punk with driving bass, single-note guitar work, and Pattern’s unmistakable drawl. The Always Night 12” EP on Golden Antenna Records follows Fotocrime’s self-released Always Hell 7”, which was issued in early 2017 and quickly sold out of its limited edition pressing. In addition to two songs from the 7” (“Always Hell” and “Plate Glass Eyes”), Always Night features three new exclusive tracks and a remix by Ben Chisholm, producer and multiinstrumentalist for Chelsea Wolfe. All songs were produced by Pattern’s longtime co...

69,00 zł
Fotocrime - Principle Of Pain [vinyl]

Fotocrime - Principle Of Pain [vinyl]

Following last year’s acclaimed EPs Always Hell and Always Night, dark post-punk trio FOTOCRIME have announced the details for their debut full-length album, Principle Of Pain. FOTOCRIME is the creation of singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist R (aka Ryan Patterson, longtime tentpole of the Louisville music scene). Set for a May 18 release Principle Of Pain boldly returns drum machines and analog synthesizer sequencing to the forefront of the guitar-rock landscape, resulting in an album that confidently displays a mastery of song craft and stylistic range while crafting an distinct sonic identity. Written and demoed in his home studio over the course of a year, R shared his work with no one before traveling to Baltimore to record the album with producer J. Robbins, a friend and collaborator of nearly two decades. The album was completed with contributions from a small handful of friends, including future FOTOCRIME band members Shelley Anderson and Nick Thieneman. The stunning ...

79,00 zł
O - When Plants Turn Into Stones [vinyl]

O - When Plants Turn Into Stones [vinyl]

◯ is: Levi Netto – Drums, Percussion Ben Graad – Guitar Jan Bruschle – Bass Kay Habets – Hurdy Gurdy Yves Lennertz – Guitar,Keyboard, Vocals ◯ isn´t just the letter. ◯ is the circle symbol and at the same time the name of this five piece band from the border region (Belgium/ Netherlands/ Germany) around Aachen, Germany. In summer 2010 they got together with the aim to create spheric musical and visual landscapes. Their music wants to take the audience on a turbulent journey somewhere between ambient and postrock and sometimes you can guess their musical roots found in punk/hardcore. Finding themselves musically placed between bands like GYBE or Sigur Ros and having shared the stage with bands like Earth, Chelsea Wolfe or 65 Days Of Static, they found an own approach having integrated a stunning instrument like the hurdy-gurdy. TrackList 1 Enstanden im Schatten wie Wasser 2. How Polished Boulders Carried Us Along 3. Lack Of Interest In Things They Used To Do 4. When Plants Turn I...

65,00 zł
Phantom Winter - Into Dark Science [vinyl 180g + downloadcode]

Phantom Winter - Into Dark Science [viny...

On Into Dark Science Phantom Winter return with more brute force than ever. After CVLT (2015) and Sundown Pleasures (2016) they now follow up. With their third full-length Phantom Winter found a new language to express extreme heavyness where other bands from the same genre already resigned. They channel depression, anger and severity on an authentic manner that goes it`s own way regarding vehemence. The record contains six songs about your inner monsters, retaliating ogres and the omnipresence of darkness that we all carry within us. “It is a journey through the dark worlds of authors Sylvia Plath and Mary Shelley. Into Dark Science is a way to accept and channel my inner demons to create something worthwhile and productive” says Andreas Schmittfull who is the mind of Phantom Winter. Six chapters who tell a story of a being who lives in a world which keeps most people paralysed. Emotional brutalness combined with a gigantic and back-breaking mix of low-tuned atmosphere and riff-orie...

99,00 zł
Phantom Winter - Sundown Pleasures [vinyl 180g]

Phantom Winter - Sundown Pleasures [viny...

“Reality is only a dream, based on values and well worn principles, whereas the dream goes on forever.” (Ian Curtis) “A 10-ton slowcore juggernaut loaded with Helmet groove, a Godflesh balance of melody and heaviness, Black Metal screams straight from Norway and a production that Kurt Ballou would be proud of” says Ralph Schmidt of Ultha when he thinks of Sundown Pleasures, the second full-length album by Phantom Winter. The record was again recorded with Die Tonmeisterei and the stunning artwork done by Hummel Grafik. Splinters of apocalyptic hardcore, evil doom, combined with nihilistic vocals form the intense basis of their songs. They create this certain emotional atmosphere that drags you into dead water and does not let you go. Call it what you want, but Sundown Pleasures is a devilish, violent and catchy metal assault with plenty of mean-sounding riffs. Built like a classical drama, the lyrics tell the story of a fictitious character trying to stay alive through Sundown Pleas...

69,00 zł
Radare - Der Endless Dream [vinyl 180g + downloadcode]

Radare - Der Endless Dream [vinyl 180g +...

After four years of meticulous songwriting, Radare return with their fourth album titled Der Endless Dream. In contrast to their previous, self-recorded album Im Argen, the Wiesbaden and Leipzig-based band chose to record Der Endless Dream with Lari Eiden at Lunar City Studio in Darmstadt. The result is a sonic journey characterised by droning synths, soothing woodwind, and wailing guitars, for fans of Slint, Bohren & Der Club of Gore, and the soundtrack of Twin Peaks. Der Endless Dream explores the confusion of adolescent desires in a collage of warm greys and dark earth tones, retaining the cinematic aspects of previous records, but exchanges the narrative focus for one more diverse and scenic. Whilst the band’s debut album, Infinite Regress (2010), was an affair of heavy riffing and abrasive textures—a sound they moved away from on 2011’s Hyrule—it was their 2015 album, Im Argen (also released by Golden Antenna Records), which marked the fruition of a more contemplative sound ...

79,00 zł
Radare - Im Argen [vinyl 180g+downloadcode]

Radare - Im Argen [vinyl 180g+downloadco...

Capturing the spooky and beautiful themes of Angelo Badalamenti (Twin Peaks, Mulholland Drive) and the introspection of Bohren & der Club of Gore, Radare return with their third release, Im Argen. Four years after their sophomore record, Hyrule, the instrumental quartet has left the vast landscapes of its predecessor and conceptually arrived at a scenery of impasses. Since then, the band has dedi cated themselves to quieter and more patient compositions — relying mostly on Rhodes piano, brushed drums, brass sections, and mellow tremolo guitar sounds. The setting of Im Argen (a German term for in a sorry state ) is gloomy, the songs are creeping slowly, spinning a suspenseful mood to turn calmness into unease. With the approach towards following an under lying narrative, the arrangements were condensed into five episodes — each one offering a perspective on people finding themselves left alone in unexpected and extreme situations. The recording and production was handled by the b...

59,00 zł
Telepathy - Tempest [vinyl 2LP 180g]

Telepathy - Tempest [vinyl 2LP 180g]

Tempest is the long awaited sophomore full-length from UK instrumetal titans, Telepathy. Recorded, mixed and mastered at London’s Orgone Studios by lauded producer /engineer Jaime Gomez Arellano (Ghost, Opeth, Paradise Lost, Altar of Plagues, Cathedral ), Tempest follows in the footsteps of Telepathy’s critically acclaimed 2014 debut 12 Areas and is very much a concept record. Tempest depicts the harrowing journey of a person beset with grief and faced with total isolation after awaking from a great flood. The album guides the listener on a journey through awakening, desolation and finally acceptance. Further showcasing the band’s no-holds-barred approach to songwriting, Tempest fuses elements of post-metal, sludge, doom and black metal with unorthodox and complex song structures, creating a cohesive and cathartic tapestry of unique instrumental metal. The inclusion of tortured vocals on the album’s centerpiece, Echo of Souls, shows a band un afraid to travel into uncharted waters, fu...

119,00 zł
Throwers - Loss [vinyl 180g+downloadcode]

Throwers - Loss [vinyl 180g+downloadcode...

Recenzja z Avenoctum.com:Eastern German hardcore band ‘Throwers’ have just released their album Lossvia Golden Antenna Records. With most modern records, the immediate reaction on first listen is to try and find comparison with older, more well known artists. Categorising bands has become an increasingly difficult task, as bands combine multiple influences in order to create something even slightly different to the thousands of others trying to do the exact same thing. The process is so evolved that often comparing a new (ish) band like Throwers to an act 10 years ago and calling them hardcore doesn’t even begin to scratch the surface of not only the influences Throwers reference, but the influences of their influences. So my big question is; do we bother categorising bands at all anymore? It might be helpful on a base level, if only to weed out those who know they don’t like it, to label Throwers as a hardcore band, but it’s far from doing justice to the variety of styles that have c...

65,00 zł