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PostPosted: Mon Oct 30, 2017 2:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

CD version on Obliteration Records is in stock now.



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PostPosted: Mon Oct 30, 2017 2:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

2nd Press LP Out Now

Evil (Japan) “邪悪を讃えよ(Rites of Evil)” LP
ANTI-GOTH 346






(Description by C. Conrad)
Nuclear War Now! expands its ever-growing roster and reach with its release of “Rites of Evil,” the debut full-length from Evil, a four-piece black/speed metal band from Tokyo, Japan. Although the band has existed since 2011 and has previously released two demos and a split CD, its output to this point has been largely overlooked. With “Rites of Evil,” however, its profile is rightfully promised to rise from the obscurity that is due at least in part to its geographic isolation. Including venerable bands such as Bathory, Hellhammer and Slayer in its list of prominent influences that in all span at least three continents and various subsets of first-wave black metal and satanic speed metal, the ones that shine through the most are early Sodom, Sarcofago, and fellow compatriots Sabbat and a certain, notorious Japanese punk metal band. The comparison to Sabbat is notable immediately with the intro riff to “除夜 Nightmare Bells (Joya),” which is similar in its composition and function to the iconic riff in “Welcome to Sabbat” that opens the “Desecration” EP. More generally, Evil’s approach to writing and performing escapes the more modern black metal trend of writing riffs that are oftentimes indiscernible through the wall of noise and/or effects that envelopes them. Instead, the riffs on “Rites of Evil” are clear and memorable, harkening back to Sodom’s early period, when albums like “Obsessed by Cruelty” borrowed and combined aspects of the prototypical strains of black and thrash metal that were first pioneered by the likes of Bathory and Slayer, respectively. Unlike what many contemporary black metal fans would narrowly consider to fall under that subgenre’s umbrella, Evil’s interpretation of the style abounds in impressive guitar leads and solos, which reflect a level of musicianship that is oftentimes lacking in the plethora of bands that briefly surface on and then disappear from today’s black metal landscape. Additionally, Evil’s music is peppered with a healthy dose of ingredients adopted from the recipe of old Brazilian deathcore and its primary progenitor, Sarcofago. An example most reflective of this inspiration is “曼荼羅 Mandala (Mandala),” the Japanese equivalent of a song that could otherwise be easily mistaken as a lost track from Sarcofago’s “I.N.R.I.” recording sessions. Replete with borderline chaotically-executed percussion, rhythmically-barked vocals and the occasional banshee cry so representative of that scene’s output, this song is clearly a reverent nod to the great Minas-Gerais scene of the mid-to-late 1980s. Finally, but not insignificantly, Ryo “Asura” Kitamura’s vocal style is very similar to that of the aforementioned Japanese hardcore legends, and the reliance on his native Japanese language in the lyrics adds a touch of authenticity and prevents the awkward musical caricature that often results when Japanese metal bands opt for English lyrics with a starkly Japanese accent in their delivery. Having toiled in the shadows to prepare this black metal Molotov cocktail, Evil is eager to unleash its fury on the largely unsuspecting masses.

1. 除夜 Nightmare Bells (Joya)
2. 呪縛 The Curse (Jubaku)
3. 串刺し Transfixion (Kushi-zashi)
4. 八つ裂き刑 Yatsuzaki (Yatsuzaki-kei)
5. 曼荼羅 Mandala (Mandala)
6. 死に晒せ Give ‘em Hell (Shini-sarase)
7. 卒塔婆の剣 Sword of Stupa (Sotoba-no-tsurugi
8. 毘沙門天 Bishamonten (Bishamonten)
9. 無間地獄 Eternal Hell (Mugen-jigoku)
10. 邪悪を讃えよ Rites of Evil (Jāku-o-tataeyo)
11. 阿修羅 Asura (Asura)
12. 残虐集会 Brutal Mass (Zangyaku-shukai)

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Evil “Rites of Evil” TS



Printed on Gildan brand TS with aqueous and discharge ink.

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 01, 2017 6:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

NWN PROD wrote:
Acid Orgy wrote:
NWN PROD wrote:
Blasphemy “Fallen Angel Of Doom….” LP Repress Out Now


Any chance for a Live Ritual repress?


Yeah I'll do that at some point along with the reh.

is rehearsal coming on vinyl this time?

and will it include Victory (Son of the Damned)?
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 01, 2017 12:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Shiru wrote:
NWN PROD wrote:
Acid Orgy wrote:
NWN PROD wrote:
Blasphemy “Fallen Angel Of Doom….” LP Repress Out Now


Any chance for a Live Ritual repress?


Yeah I'll do that at some point along with the reh.

is rehearsal coming on vinyl this time?

and will it include Victory (Son of the Damned)?


Yeah I have to talk to the band about it, but I am going to do it at some point.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 03, 2017 9:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Goatlord “Reflections Of The Solstice” Long Sleeve Out Now



Discharge and aqueous ink on Gildan brand long sleeve shirts. Printed with care and pride by Inferno Printing from NOLA. Available in sizes S to XXL while supply lasts.


I suppose these shirts are one size larger than European shirts, right ?
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 03, 2017 2:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Anatomia “Cranial Obsession” CD
ANTI-GOTH 365



(Description by C. Conrad)
Born in 2002 from the ashes of the great but often overlooked Transgressor, Anatomia has progressively moved towards establishing its own, autonomous brand of death/doom metal with each new release. In the beginning, as most widely evidenced by its 2005 debut album, “Dissected Humanity,” Anatomia seemed mostly content to simply follow the time-tested blueprint of carnal demise first set to music by Autopsy. Although the band replicated this sound quite convincingly, which is no easy feat in and of itself, it soon began to adopt new elements that would begin to define it as its own proper entity, beginning with its sophomore full-length, “Decaying in Obscurity.” Most notably, the subtle inclusion of somewhat sparse, deliberately-placed keyboard passages lent an increasingly moribund atmosphere to contrast with the predominate barrage of mauling riffs and gore-stricken vocals. On its third opus, “Cranial Obsession,” hereby released under the auspices of Nuclear War Now! Productions, Anatomia continues along this same trajectory of development. Still present are the mid-tempo campaigns of malignancy that have led to the comparisons with bands like Autopsy. However, these songs also demonstrate the band’s evolution into something more multi-dimensional with the inclusion of keyboard-backed, lower-tempo intros and interludes that bind the preceding and following death gallops, as in “Necrotic Incision”, and outros of a similar nature, as in “Fiend.” Even more strikingly, this album is characterized much more so than its predecessors by several significantly longer songs of eight to fifteen minutes each that feature extended funeral dirges and bleak soundscapes of decay. The presence of these tracks intermingled with those of a higher pace reflect an expiring human corporal vessel that alternates between the agonizing affliction of the disease that consumes it and the soothing bliss of the inescapable, terminal fate that awaits it. This fate is effective sealed with what ominously promises not to be the final hymn of expiration, “Recurrence.” Thus, with the multi-faceted expression of pain and despair that is “Cranial Obsession,” Anatomia has mastered the full spectrum of the aural embodiment of death.

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 03, 2017 2:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lihhamon “Doctrine” LP
ANTI-GOTH 311



Hailing from the city of Leipzig, Germany, the site of one of black metal’s most storied live performances, Lihhamon arose unceremoniously in 2013 and set to work in relative anonymity, crafting its bludgeoning weapon of aural terrorism over the course of the ensuing two years before making its presence known to the masses. In 2015, without any prior recordings in their name, the trio entered Ariditas Studio and committed ten hymns of contemptuous, vehement scorn to tape, which resulted in the band’s first release and debut album, “Doctrine.” Although Lihhamon had yet to firmly establish its reputation among the wider audience of misanthropes who tend to gravitate to such works, it did catch the ear of Auto de Fe Productions, who admired the album enough to make it the label’s inaugural release in March of 2016 on CD format. “Doctrine” is clearly influenced by the most violent strains of black metal espoused by the likes of Conqueror and Revenge, which is why Auto de Fe’s primary role in the CD release is unsurprising, considering the label owner’s involvement in another prominent band of similar ilk, Proclamation. The most obvious nod to such inspirations would likely be the relentless, highly-regimented, percussive attack present throughout, which is often sadistically reminiscent of J. Read’s violent style. This similarity aside, Lihhamon is not just another faint attempt at mimicry of bands who have already pushed the envelope so far in a direction that is difficult to reach, let alone surpass. Instead, the band also successfully adopts other elements further along down the death metal spectrum to create its very own auditory manifesto of total disdain for the meek. The vocals, in particular, are often layered with a cutting, higher-pitched vocal scourge that intersects with and complements the more pervasive low-register growl, the combination of which serves to beckon the mass annihilation of our species. The guitars churn out grinding riffs that tend to accompany the bass in the lower frequencies, but then suddenly emerge from the abyss with more distinctive flourishes that threaten to pull the song apart at the seams before settling back into their primary, bulldozing role. In solidarity with Lihhamon, and in the name of the label’s continuing goal of hastening the demise of the plague of humankind, Nuclear War Now! is pleased to hereby offer the first LP version of this document of unspeakable atrocities.

Also available on CD (released by Auto de Fe)

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 03, 2017 2:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Chaos Echoes “The Unfathomable” MLP
ANTI-GOTH 339



(Description by J. Campbell)
It’s been more than two years since France’s Chaos Echoes released their debut full length album, “Transient,” which showcased the band’s deft navigation among labyrinthine channels under, around, and through the outer reaches of the extreme metal genre. “Transient” established Chaos Echoes as one of the most compelling and innovative groups of musicians in the scene, and anyone who has witnessed some of their live performances since that time, such as their flawless presentation at NWN! Fest in 2016, has likely been appropriately awestruck by the band’s skill and dynamism. Listeners may recall that interspersed throughout the “Transient” album were improvisational pieces, referred to as “Interzones” (a nod to Burroughs’ “Naked Lunch”), that provided connective tissue between the more heavily constructed songs on the album. Similarly, “The Unfathomable” may be regarded as an Interzone between the aforementioned “Transient” album and Chaos Echoes’ forthcoming full length, entitled “Mouvement,” which will also be released on NWN! Productions. While this EP is intended as a bridge between the band’s first and second albums, it is also an outlier of sorts, in that this recording is more shapeless and ambient than the album material. “The Unfathomable” is one track—the longest piece in the Chaos Echoes catalog—covering a full side of an LP. (The other side features an etching designed by band leader and visual artist, Stefan Thanneur, who created all the artwork for the release.) “The Unfathomable” is among the most evocative and atmospheric pieces Chaos Echoes has performed. Improvised and recorded in Paris in 2015, the track was edited and mixed by former band member Fabien W. Furter. It is desolate, ritualistic, and cold—lunar in its emptiness. It is a hymn to solitude, a collision of intermittent percussion, strings, and electronics, unfolding in slow, churning motions and abandoned to the corrosive machinations of entropy.

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 03, 2017 2:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ALCHAMESTE wrote:
NWN PROD wrote:
Goatlord “Reflections Of The Solstice” Long Sleeve Out Now



Discharge and aqueous ink on Gildan brand long sleeve shirts. Printed with care and pride by Inferno Printing from NOLA. Available in sizes S to XXL while supply lasts.


I suppose these shirts are one size larger than European shirts, right ?


I don't really know because some of the recent shirts I've gotten from Europe have been size M and that's what I normally wear.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 03, 2017 2:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Departure Chandelier / Blood Tyrant Split 7″
ANTI-GOTH 356




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This split 7” showcases two similarly promising bands in the vanguard of the current Black Metal scene. Following the release of a superb demo on Tour De Garde six years ago, Departure Chandelier fell silent. This split release with Blood Tyrant (which released its exceptional debut album on Iron Bonehead last year) signifies the band’s return and foreshadows the upcoming full-length album soon to be released on NWN!. Featuring members of Akitsa and Ash Pool, Departure Chandelier explores the gilded savagery of the Napoleonic Wars in a musical style that is both militaristic and melodically ornate. Built around a succession of enthralling riffs perfectly stitched together and accentuated with unexpected tempo shifts and the well-placed use of keyboards, Departure Chandelier’s side is a bold example of the band’s union of its particularized sound and unique subject matter. The tyranny of Napoleon, his bloody path of conquest, and his near apotheosis are, in many ways, thematically similar to the immortal evil and vampyric elitism at the heart of Blood Tyrant’s creation. Whereas Departure Chandelier’s track is visceral and physical, Blood Tyrant’s contribution is more incorporeal and diaphanous. Blood Tyrant’s “The Dark Decree” displays the band’s reverence for tradition, harkening back to Black Metal of the 1990s, draping frigid and melancholic riffs in a dense fog through which cut the vampyric shrills of the vocals. The delicate use of keyboards, woven almost indistinguishably with the guitars and blurring the edges of the melodies, accentuates the atmospheric effect of the track. Presented in tandem, each side balances and bolsters the other such that the tracks on this split release embody the essence of both bands. Importantly, the ideas conveyed by Departure Chandelier and Blood Tyrant are complementary, not redundant, and the distinct nature of each band allows for welcome stylistic differences in their respective approaches that lend to the success of this split release.

Green vinyl is limited to 100.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 05, 2017 12:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

NWN PROD wrote:
Incoming in the next few weeks:

ANTI-GOTH 346 Evil (Japan) “邪悪を讃えよ(Rites of Evil)” LP repress
ANTI-GOTH 339 CHAOS ECHOES “THE UNFATHOMABLE” MLP
ANTI-GOTH 331 LIHHAMON “DOCTRINE” LP

hmm those are already out, and what is next?
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 05, 2017 3:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

That Evil is just begging for an obi.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 05, 2017 7:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fomalhaut wrote:
That Evil is just begging for an obi.


The Japanese version made by Obliteration/Record Boy had the same obi strip as the CD. The vinyl was purple.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 05, 2017 7:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Shiru wrote:
NWN PROD wrote:
Incoming in the next few weeks:

ANTI-GOTH 346 Evil (Japan) “邪悪を讃えよ(Rites of Evil)” LP repress
ANTI-GOTH 339 CHAOS ECHOES “THE UNFATHOMABLE” MLP
ANTI-GOTH 331 LIHHAMON “DOCTRINE” LP

hmm those are already out, and what is next?


I think these

Wrathprayer/FoD split LP
Anatomia DLP
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 08, 2017 9:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote




Discharge and aqueous ink printing on Gildan brand long sleeve shirts. Available in sizes S to XXL while supply lasts. Printed by Inferno Screen Printing of NOLA.

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