Saturday, May 18, 2013

Satanize / Vetala ‎– Extinction Victory / Decimating The Lambs

Satanize / Vetala ‎– Extinction Victory / Decimating The Lambs

Probably my favorite Cocanacopia finally gets a proper vinyl release from Portugal based label Discipline. Satanize and Vetala are both Portuguese black metal bands that have been doing great things for several years now. Satanize plays a blazing fast black metal which is pretty good, I am much more about the Vetala side though. I think Vetala is one of the better bands in black metal today and this is a prime example of why. Sloppy and extremely harsh. If you don't know Vetala I strongly suggest checking out their other releases.

Discipline as a label is doing awesome things and I suggest picking at least something from them up. I got this from Tour De Garde and I'm sure he still has copies along with other Discipline titles. Even Canada shipping still sucks though.

Sunday, May 12, 2013

Astral Command ‎– Black Hammer Of Time Travel

Astral Command ‎– Black Hammer Of Time Travel
Yoke Of Christ

As long as I posted the previous Yoke Of Christ release on here I thought I might as well put this one up. This one is not like Roman Cross and Cyclone SS but very death metaly, still played in the same Yoke Of Christ vein as those projects though. Essential time travel music.

Saturday, May 4, 2013

Wulkanaz ‎– Paúrpura Fræovíbôkôs

Wulkanaz ‎– Paúrpura Fræovíbôkôs

The newest LP from the one man modern black metal project Wulkanaz. First off, this record sounds like shit, not in a good way. Usually I don't do anything (or very minor things) to the rips I post but I actually did a few things to this to make it sound a little better in my opinion. There are defects in the vinyl too, like some parts the sound "choppy"? I can assure you the record was pressed that way.

Regardless of all that I do still like the record. It isn't as straight forward as HNI - a little all over the place, but fans will enjoy. The packaging on this record is amazing as well, as with all Wulkanaz releases. The booklet of art is a very nice touch. I was apprehensive buying this at $23 but the packaging is definitely worth that.

--DMCA from Seedstock, lol--