"Hexperos is het nieuwe neo-klassieke project van de sopraan Alessandra Santovito. Mensen die bekend zijn met dit muziek genre herkennen deze naam wellicht. Mevrouw was namelijk ook een van de oprichte(...)"
European edition of the marvellous debut album by the Sydney-based romantic Post-Punk six-piece Death Bells, which combines elements of searing Post-Punk and shimmering Dreampop into a sound that brings a modern take to the best of the '80s. Lim. 200x.
The original guitar/Totenpop versions of the thirteen songs that became the "Peaceful Snow" album, here in stripped down versions - no samples, multi-tracked vocals, effects or even percussion, with studio editing kept to a minimum.
Gone the Totenpop guitar, it's now time to march to the 88 keys of the Lounge Corps Piano Bar. 2010's studio album from Death In June features 13 new Totenpop Torchsongs by Douglas P, accompanied by Slovakian pianist Miro Snejdr.
30th anniversary commemorative edition, with reinvented artwork and three extra re-recordings (replacing the original instrumental songs) never before issued on vinyl. Comes in foil stamped and UV spot-varnished cover, with poster. Lim. 300x.
Re-recorded, stripped back acoustic 'Totenpop' versions of 15 of the best of 1992's “But, What Ends When The Symbols Shatter?” and 1995's “Rose Clouds Of Holocaust” albums plus 'Leopard Flowers', from the same period. Lim. 700x.
Finally re-assembled onto one CD, the best of 1992's “But, What Ends When The Symbols Shatter?” and 1995's “Rose Clouds Of Holocaust” albums plus 2 rare single tracks from the same period, generally considered one of the high points in their career.
From Autumnal to Vernal Equinox, this is the DIJ Winter tree. Stripped bare, but for 13 of its branches. But they are as strong as ever, and with 13 glasses and one last toast, this new album captures the true essence of DIJ, again setting new standards.
Echoes of the past ring with echoes of The Now. The War Chimes are over and the Slave Bells have been rung. Death In June releases its ESSENCE! Hooded Crosses for the Bullet Hearted. Clear vinyl sleeve, printed insert and a postcard with download code.
Echoes of the past ring with echoes of The Now. The War Chimes are over and the Slave Bells have been rung. Death In June releases its ESSENCE! Hooded Crosses for the Bullet Hearted. Foil-blocked mini-jacket with 8-page lyric booklet.
Echoes of the past ring with echoes of The Now. The War Chimes are over and the Slave Bells have been rung. Death In June releases its ESSENCE! Hooded Crosses for the Bullet Hearted. Matt finished jacket w/ black foil-blocking, lim. 500x.
Echoes of the past ring with echoes of The Now. The War Chimes are over and the Slave Bells have been rung. Death In June releases its ESSENCE! Hooded Crosses for the Bullet Hearted. Foil-blocked sleeve plus insert, lim. 700x copies.
Reissue of Death In June's "State Laughter/Holy Water" 7", 36 years after its original release! Pressed in lovely brown-shirt vinyl and housed on a textured foil blocked cover including an insert with expanded artwork and two postcards, lim. 222x.
Is this the end of the Neofolk - era or just another page? Neofolk Coverversions of tracks you would never have expected to hear in such versions, featuring classics by A-Ha, George Michael, Lana Del Ray, Miley Circus, Pat Benatar, Rihanna and so on.
Second album of hilarious Neo Folk cover-versions of timeless pop classics, featuring songs by Kate Bush, The Pet Shop Boys, Ace of Base, The Beatles, Kaoma… and this time also some original material. 180gr. vinyl, lim. 345x.
American Minimal Wave from the singer / producer Veronica Campbell, who recently also sang as guest in legendary Mephisto Walz, who explores the vast fields of minmal electro and delivers fine Synth and Darkwave tunes with a special ´Lynchian´ atmosphere.
8 tracks inspired by a hypocritical society in which the lie is heard more than the truth. Industrial / Power Electronics which spreads a dark and hopeless atmosphere with abstract rhythms, buzzing basses and aggressive sound collages.
"Si monvmentvm..." marks the start of DSO's ambitious trilogy, completed 9 years later, which represents a massive departure in sound from the band's previous work in a pursuit of far more avant-garde and experimental directions in Black Metal.
While there are ashes that remain of their past works, DSO offer an extremely chaotic release, relying even further on dissonance and mind-bending riffs and complementing their art with Classical and Ambient interludes.
"Inquisitors of Satan" stands as a tribute to the first era of DeathSpell Omega - a souvenir of simpler times, with a more orthodox approach to Black Metal which was nevertheless rich in brilliant riffs.