NEWS – OCTOBER 23, 2016
Just back from press and ready to ship to those who preordered, Scorched’s debut of horror-themed death metal is called “Echoes of Dismemberment” – and sounds just like the title promises. It’s a blood-soaked descent into hell, and it’s just $10 ($1 off the regular price) now through the end of October. Preorders ship on or before Halloween! Go and get a copy here. Or check out the grindhouse-style trailer, with footage from the repulsive cult classic “Driller Killer.”
We are also having a Halloween sale this month, and everything (except the Scorched CD and a couple of other recent releases) is 25% off. Take advantage today, it won’t last much longer.
Finally, we have just sent to press the split 7″ by Sewercide and Cemetery Filth (expected in stock January or February) and a 2nd pressing of Ripper’s “Experiment of Existence” on CD. And we are proud to announce two new signings as well: Canadian death/thrashers Phylactery who will undoubtedly satisfy fans of Morbid Saint, and Swedish band Maligner, who marry the speed of Sadus with the riffs of Kreator and bring a bucket of crazed leads to the table to boot. The Maligner EP (their first release) is expected to be out by the end of the year; meanwhile Phylactery goes into the studio in November to begin work on a debut full-length (following a self-released demo), which will be out in spring 2017 on CD and cassette.
NEWS – AUGUST 30, 2016
The debut EP from Voidspawn and the 4-way split between Gatecreeper, Homewrecker, Outer Heaven and Scorched are shipping now. Voidspawn plays a dark, dissonant style of death metal that should please anyone who enjoys Gorguts, Ulcerate or Ellorsith. Meanwhile, the four bands on the split all bring their own style to classic death metal – just ugly, downtuned madness all around. Both are on CD and can be found in the shop. They are streaming in full on our Bandcamp page, too.
Remaining releases for 2016 will include a second EP from Obscure Evil, a CD reissue of Cemetery Filth’s out-of-print first EP (with plenty of bonus material), and the first full-length from Scorched, titled “Echoes of Dismemberment.” All should go to press in the next couple of months to arrive before the year ends.
NEWS – MAY 24, 2016
You can now pre-order the CD and tape versions of Sewercide’s debut album, “Immortalized in Suffering.” Built on years of battle-hardened evolution into their current death metal sound, and influenced by early Morbid Angel, Gorguts and Immolation, this is one of the most devastating extreme metal albums of the year. Get your copy here. Full-color t-shirts will be added to the shop in the coming weeks as well. This release will start shipping in early to mid-June, just in time for Sewercide’s massive summer tour of the US.
Also, new CD and tape releases from Obscure Evil, Samot and TrenchRot are in stock and shipping now. We are also proud to announce that later this year, a second EP from Obscure Evil will get a CD release from us. More news on that in the months ahead.
NEWS – APRIL 25, 2016
Pre-orders have been added to the shop and our Bandcamp page for upcoming releases from Obscure Evil, Samot and TrenchRot. Go to the shop here to get one of these releases, all shipping in late May. You can also hear the first preview tracks from Obscure Evil and Samot, both South American acts playing their own unique variations of black/thrash metal. Those are the two newest uploads to our YouTube channel.
Coming up next will be full-length releases from Aussie death/thrashers Sewercide, and the death metal band Scorched who are quickly becoming an Unspeakable Axe staple.
NEWS – MARCH 7, 2016
New pre-orders are up for Nucleus “Sentient,” Hemotoxin “Biological Enslavement,” and the Putrisect / Scorched split, “Final State of Existence.” We’ve also got new Cemetery Filth shirts and gorgeous Nucleus tees with Dan Seagrave’s art printed on a dark green Gildan shirt. Go grab something.
We also have a new signing – Obscure Evil play raging thrash/black metal, of a type that could only come from South America (in this case Peru). Their first EP will get a CD release this summer.