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PostPosted: Mon Dec 11, 2017 7:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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any chance you will ever make another batch of these? such a great design.


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Roughly 6 inches wide woven patch.

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Dreadful Relic “Combat Alchemist” 7"
ANTI-GOTH 366




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Through the release of its inaugural “Archaic Conjurations” demo and first EP, “Warlords of Cosmic Sovereign,” DREADFUL RELIC first introduced its concoction of Black Mythical Metal forged in Stygian sorcery. Now, as a prelude to the release of its debut full-length, to be unleashed in the coming weeks, Nuclear War Now! Productions and Frost and Fire Records jointly present this seven-inch EP, “Combat Alchemist,” which invokes the ancient spirits that first revealed themselves in the Black Metal tradition of yesteryear, with a most notable influence from the great HELLHAMMER and CELTIC FROST. In addition to the title track, which is a single from the album recordings, and a second original hymn, DREADFUL RELIC pays homage to another of its revered forefathers, SAMAEL, with a reinterpretation of the latter’s “Rite of Cthulhu,” from the 1991 album “Worship Him.” As a visual foreshadowing of the full-length, the EP’s artwork features a close-up detail of the image that is to adorn the album’s cover, as imagined and brilliantly executed by a legendary Heavy Metal artist of the 80s. “Combat Alchemist” thusly presents DREADFUL RELIC ’s vision of Lovecraftian and Howardian eldritch mythology, alchemically mingled with dark incidents of European history and invoked under the cursed sounds of Ancient Black Metal.

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Oberon “Techen Metal” LP
ANTI-GOTH 378





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Continuing in the label’s tradition of reissuing obscure metal gems extracted from the Eastern European underground of the 1980s and 1990s, Nuclear War Now! is proud to announce the vinyl LP release of Oberon’s “Течен метал (Techen Metal/Liquid Metal),” a fourteen-song collection of demo and rehearsal tracks recorded between 1991 and 1993. Oberon (ОБЕРЪН) was a short-lived trio from the slums of Sofia City, Bulgaria, whose style of black metal was in part influenced by their European ancestors in bands like Venom and Sodom. At the same time, their music was also thematically inspired by the atrocious conditions of life in the post-Communist ghettos of their homeland. Comprised of Svetlyo “Thrash” (sinister bass and screams), Ivo “Snake” (chainsaw and axe), and Simo “It” (iron thunder from hell), Oberon’s output was characterized by the desperation of its historical and political context as well as the teenage aggression of its members. The first four songs presented on this release are studio recordings from late 1993, which represent the band at its evil zenith, prior to its imminent dissolution. The fifth track, “Измамник,” is the earliest pre-Oberon recording from 1991, when the band went by its original moniker of Стомана (Steel). The remaining nine tracks were recorded at a rehearsal in a community center in March of 1993. Whereas certain songs, such as “Деца на дявола (Devil’s Children),” demonstrate the more conventional, thrash-oriented influence of the previously-mentioned Sodom, others are much more primitive and unorthodox and are actually somehow more reminiscent of the unique Colombian sound developed by the likes of Parabellum, Reencarnación, and Blasfemia in the late 1980s. In an effort to remain consistent with the spirit and aesthetics of the band, the cover art on this reissue is the very same goat/demon visage pencil-drawing that adorned the original cassette demo, which perfectly reflects the evil austerity of the music itself. As a result, this reissue highlights and once again makes available an artifact of Eastern European metal history that must not be forgotten.

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Abhorer “Oblation II: Abyssic Demonolatries” LP
DSR#5 / ANTI-GOTH 371







(Description by J. Campbell)
Along with Impiety, Abhorer was responsible for drawing attention to the underground scene in Singapore, a country that, to many, seemed an unlikely breeding ground for bestial black metal. Abhorer originally began in 1987 under the name Tombcrusher, which was also the name of the band’s original drummer, who was founding member of both Abhorer and Sexfago. By the early 1990s, Abhorer and Impiety had refined their respective approaches, and a scene coalesced around the two bands. The recording that set into motion this series of events was Abhorer’s “Rumpus of the Undead” demo, released in 1989. Not only was this one of the earliest recordings of this style in Singapore, but even regarded internationally, Abhorer was in the vanguard of the extreme metal scene. Sold and traded around the world, the “Rumpus of the Undead” demo drew attention to Abhorer and their particularly feral brand of Black/Death metal. Although the sound on the demo clearly owed to the limitations of the band’s abilities and finances, it is axiomatic that the greatest creativity often emerges under the strictest constraints, which certainly applies to Abhorer. Drenched in caustic distortion, the guitars trace out the melodies of the riffs in the songs while the percussive frenzy of the drums adds dimension and shape. Unhinged guitar leads pierce the misshapen veil of the songs, and the vocals, combative and hostile, ring out above the fray. This reissue marks the first time since the 1991 LP split with Necrophile that this demo has been officially released. Even more compelling, however, is the inclusion of a demo recording, made in 1991, that was shelved at the time and has never previously been released. The excavation of classic, previously unheard recordings by Abhorer is a truly monumental event in the history of the bestial death metal genre. This unreleased demo captures the primal essence of Abhorer. Although recorded in a studio, the recording retains a lo-fi character that reinforces the bestial sound without detracting from the listening experience. The songs are more complex than those featured on the “Rumpus of the Undead” demo and showcase the band’s emerging style, on the verge of attaining the sound featured on the “Upheaval of Blasphemy” EP released a few years later. This release corrects at last a long-standing omission in Abhorer’s catalog. Both the unreleased 1991 demo and “Rumpus of the Undead” demo have been newly mastered from the original tapes for this release. NWN! is honored to work with Devil Slut Records, the label owned and operated by Cunt-Shredder himself, who also wrote the liner notes, to officially present these recordings for the first time on vinyl.
Side A: Abyssic Demonolatries’ Demo ‘91
Side B: ‘Rumpus of the Undead’ Demo ‘89
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Baxaxaxa “Hellfire” MLP
ANTI-GOTH 372




(Description by J. Campbell)
In 1992, Baxaxaxa released their only demo, called “Hellfire.” Originally released as a cassette in a very limited quantity, it was largely unknown until the Ungod/Baxaxaxa split release by Merciless Records in 2002. Baxaxaxa emerged as a side project of three other bands from the Bavarian region of Germany—Cabal, Fulgor, and Ungod—and is simultaneously both a synthesis of and a departure from those bands’ styles. 25 years later, few traces of the band’s history remain. The origin of Baxaxaxa was unremarkable. During a night of drinking in 1991, four members of the aforementioned bands (Condemptor – drums, Unholy Worshipper of Shub – guitars, Ancient Blasphemic Grave Invocator – guitars/vocals, and Skullcrusher – keyboards/vocals) decided they should embark on a side project with the intention of creating Black Metal that was aggressive and deeply rooted in tradition, but also steeped in atmosphere. The name Baxaxaxa was selected by guitarist Unholy Worshipper of Shub before the band’s first rehearsal and refers to a demon he found in a now-lost-and-forgotten book. The band’s logo was created by a Canadian tape trader with whom drummer Condemptor was connected, and the cover artwork was done by Infamist of Tumulus, the vocalist for Ungod at the time. Consisting of just four songs, the “Hellfire” demo constitutes the entire discography for the band. They wrote them over the course of several rehearsals in 1991-92 and recorded them during a live session in a friend’s basement studio (referred to as BSP Sound Studio). The recording was primarily to memorialize the work, as it was already understood at the time of the recording that it would be end of Baxaxaxa, each member being more deeply focused on his other projects. Considering when they were written, the four songs on this demo represent an inflection point for Black Metal toward a slower, more melancholy sound and the incorporation of keyboards. Baxaxaxa’s sound clearly bears the influence of seminal bands like Bathory and Masters Hammer, but also that of emerging contemporaries like Rotting Christ and The Gathering. “Church of the Antichrist,” the keyboard-laden opening track, establishes the environment into which the rest of the demo settles. The core of the song is assertive, mid-paced Black Metal, sinister and haunting and encircled by melodious keyboards that give the track a mournful quality. Only the second track, “Nocturnal Mass and Christ’s Damnation,” is unadorned by keyboards, but it’s also the band’s most frenetic track and the boldest display of traditional Black Metal on “Hellfire.” The last two songs inhabit the same darkened mystical space as the first, featuring moribund riffs accentuated by keyboards. Repetition is central to the effect of these songs; riffs and passages are drawn out and ritualized, amplifying their aura. Although Baxaxaxa only recorded this single demo, looking back, one observes not only the superb nature of the songwriting, but also how significant and ahead of its time it was. For that reason, this recording, too seldom given the attention it deserves, needs to be revisited and reconsidered. To that end, NWN! is honored to present this definitive edition, released for the first time as a proper 45 RPM 12” EP.
Limited to 250 copies on black vinyl with A2 poster.

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Agathocles “If This Is Gore, What’s Meat Then?” LP
ANTI-GOTH 369






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Spanning the past thirty years and counting, the Agathocles discography is one of the most extensive in all of grindcore and, more broadly, the entire extreme music underground. With fourteen full-length albums and several hundred EPs, split releases, and live albums, the band is rivaled by few others in terms of the sheer volume of its output. Such a prolific catalog can prove daunting to those interested in an initial sampling of an artist’s work, since there is not always an obvious point of departure from which to begin the process of familiarization. Then again, one could always argue that the only logical launching pad would be from where the band itself started. In this spirit, Nuclear War Now! is proud to release “If This Is Gore, What’s Meat Then?,” a compilation of Agathocles’s first two proper studio demos from 1988, as well its tracks from the 1990 split LP with Drudge. These recordings provide the most direct window into the birth of “mincecore,” a term coined and adopted by the band to describe its raw and minimalistic form of grindcore, which stands in stark contrast to some of the more modern, polished, and technical varieties that have since arisen and to some extent drawn the genre away from its roots. Comprised of thirty-one tracks, each under two minutes in duration, this collection embodies all that made grindcore one of the most extreme forms of music during the period of its inception. Defined by percussive frenzies that can often shift tempos by a hundred beats per minute at the drop of a hat, in conjunction with a barrage of unintelligibly grunted vocals, these songs are reflective of a “society” that, in reality, has not progressed a measurable amount beyond its cave-dwelling days. In addition to all tracks originally released on the “If This Is Gore,…” and “Cabbalic Gnosticism” demos, as well as the aforementioned split tracks, this LP also includes two outtakes from the “Cabbalic Gnosticism” recording session, in the form of covers of Napalm Death’s “Deceiver” and Majesty’s (pre-Terrorizer) “Enemy Alliance.” The high pedigree of these inspirations is matched by that of those who Agathocles themselves later influenced, as they have been mentioned in countless “thanks lists” through the years, including on Blasphemy’s “Fallen Angel of Doom.” In short, this compilation serves both as the perfect introduction to one of grindcore’s most influential bands and as a reminder to its widespread, pre-existing fanbase of how it all began three decades ago.

Tracks 1-7: “If This Is Gore, What Is Meat Then?” demo
Tracks 8-16: “Cabbalic Gnosticism” demo/7? EP
Tracks 17-18: “Cabbalic Gnosticism” sessions outtakes
Tracks 19-31: Agathocles/Drudge split LP

Regular Version: Black vinyl LP, jacket, insert.
Die Hard Version: Red vinyl LP, jacket, insert, patch and sticker.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 11, 2017 11:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Inquisition “Anxious Death / Forever Under” DLP/CD
ANTI-GOTH 042







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Prior to Inquisition’s emergence as one of the most prolific black metal bands of today, the band’s roots first took hold in Colombian soil in 1988 under the temporary moniker of Guillotine. Although no recordings have ever surfaced from this incubatory period, it is during this era that the band first began to hone its craft, playing as an opening act for such legends as Reencarnación and Nemesis. Whereas these two bands continued a tradition of primitive black metal specific to their region and first pioneered by their compatriots in Parabellum, Guillotine played a sinister variety of thrash metal that was unique unto itself. In 1989, band founder and mastermind, Jason Wilson (aka Dagon), changed the name to Inquisition in an effort to reflect the historical atrocities perpetrated by the Catholic church and to differentiate the band from other acts that had also assumed the title of Guillotine. Writing and performing in the same style but under this new designation, Inquisition released two separate recordings before beginning the metamorphosis in its sound that would lead to its current black metal incarnation. The first of these, the “Anxious Death” MLP, included three tracks and was recorded in 1989 and released independently the following year on twelve-inch vinyl format. The second, the “Forever Under” demo, was released in 1993 and included songs written between 1990 and 1992, a few of which had originally been intended to be recorded for the preceding MLP but had to be postponed due to lack of funding for studio time. Five hundred copies were originally planned for the “Anxious Death” MLP, but only slightly more than four hundred were released due to manufacturing imperfections. The original number of copies of the “Forever Under” demo is unknown, but only 500 J-cards were made for this cassette release, and it was limited to however many copies Dagon managed to hand-dub on the four tape decks available at a friend’s house. Aside from a later, limited run of 200 copies of the “Forever Under” demo, pressed by a small Colombian label in 1998, these two recordings languished in obscurity until 2006, when Nuclear War Now! saw fit to properly reissue them on both double-LP and CD formats, complete with the original artwork from both original releases. Now, another decade later, NWN! once again proudly presents these recordings in one double-LP package, thus leading us once again down the beginning of the long path upon which the Cult still treads.

Regular version: Black vinyl DLP, gatefold jacket, double sided A2 poster.
Die Hard version: Red vinyl DLP, gatefold jacket, double sided A2 poster, patch and sticker.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 11, 2017 11:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Bunkur / Mordor Split LP/CD
ANTI-GOTH 308






(Description by C. Conrad)
After several years in the making, it is Nuclear War Now’s honor to finally present this split album from Bunkur and Mordor, two of the most extreme and unorthodox bands in the doom metal subgenre. This release was first conceptualized in 2009, when Bunkur approached Mordor with the proposal that the two bands collaborate and each contribute a single track in the form of a reinterpreted version of a song originally written and performed by a classic metal band. Approximately eight years later, this idea has at last come to fruition. For its contribution, Bunkur chose Carnivore’s “The Subhuman,” as released on the band’s first recording, “Demo ’84.” With the original song clocking in at just over eleven minutes, it is almost certainly the most logical selection from Carnivore’s discography, given Bunkur’s penchant for maximizing the potential for each droning note and vocal wail, and the space in between them, with the result being single songs that have been known to span the duration of entire hour-plus-long albums. In this particular case, “The Subhuman” has been slowed to a pace that essentially doubles the length of the original and, to the uninitiated, might obfuscate the source of its inspiration. Mordor, on the other hand, chose to reinvent “In League with Satan,” a song the band considers to be the heaviest from the immortal Venom’s debut album, “Welcome to Hell.” Drawing heavily on the influence of Laibach’s unique martial/industrial/neoclassical style, Mordor has not only extended the song from its original three-and-a-half minutes to a previously-unimaginable sixteen-and-a-half minutes, but it has also rebranded the song “In League with Wotan.” Beyond simply renaming the track, its thematic focus has appropriately shifted from one of Satanism to one of reverence toward northern Germanic tradition and is thus dedicated to the Lord of Valhalla. Despite the fact that numerous other bands had already covered “In League with Satan,” Mordor’s version incorporates a dramatically new arrangement and rewritten lyrics to match its shift in theme. The combination of these two tracks yields a product that pays homage to our metal heritage and at the same time reaffirms the status of two of the current day’s most innovative and experimental doom bands.

“I know that I hung,
on a wind-rocked tree,
nine whole nights,
with a spear wounded,
and to Odin offered,
myself to myself;
on that tree,
of which no one knows
from what root it springs.”
Hávamál, Poetic Edda, Brodeur translation

Available in limited gold vinyl and regular black vinyl.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 11, 2017 11:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Anatomia “Cranial Obsession” DLP/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.

Regular version: Black vinyl DLP, gatefold jacket, double sided A2 poster.
Die Hard version: Red vinyl DLP, gatefold jacket, double sided A2 poster, die cast metal pin, and sticker.

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Wrathprayer / Force of Darkness “Wrath of Darkness” Split LP/CD
ANTI-GOTH 335









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Chile’s storied history within the greater context of the South American black/death metal underground is extended with “Wrath of Darkness”, a joint LP from two of the country’s most respected current bands, Wrathprayer and Force of Darkness. Whereas most releases of this type are generally regarded as “splits,” owing to the separate nature of each band’s contribution, “Wrath of Darkness” is instead aptly considered a whole work, given the close-knit alliance between the two bands. Each individual element – including the music itself, art direction, and overall thematic concept – was deliberately developed in a collaborative effort involving both entities with the singular goal of producing the most cohesive release possible. The result of this endeavor, hereby released under the proud banner of Nuclear War Now!, is one that clearly validates the several years of work required for its realization. Although Wrathprayer and Force of Darkness differ to a noticeable extent in the details of the composition and execution of their music, they are clearly united in that their styles are most firmly rooted in the black metal subgenre. On the one hand, Wrathprayer blends the foreboding nature of black metal with an oppressive, suffocating aura more commonly associated with death metal. Force of Darkness, on the other hand, peppers its interpretation of black metal with an impressive array of razor-sharp, blisteringly-precise riffs that tend to resemble the most evil variants of thrash. The individual contributions by both bands are perfectly bookended and bound by the intro, “Inhaling Wrath,” performed by Wrathprayer, and the outro, “Exhaling Darkness,” performed by Force of Darkness. The five intervening tracks – two by Wrathprayer and three by Force of Darkness – are emblematic of two bands at the creative apex of their existence. Highlighting Wrathprayer’s side of the record is “De Profundis,” which opens with a chorus of desperate cries from the depths of the fiery pit and is then quickly consumed by a swirling maelstrom of aural ire. Force of Darkness then inherits this storm and multiplies it, culminating in “The Order,” a near-seven-minute opus that lays waste to any semblance of meagerness that may have somehow withstood the previous assaults. With the whole of this work greater than the mere sum of its parts, Wrathprayer and Force of Darkness effectively redefine the notion of the split release and instead revive the more noble ideal of true collaboration, in service of darkness and wrath.

Regular version: Black vinyl LP, gatefold jacket
Die Hard version: Dark green vinyl LP, gatefold jacket, Booklet, slipcase, sticker, and two die cast metal pins.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 11, 2017 1:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

hmmm and what else is at press right now? did any new titles went to production lately?

and any ETA on Morbosidad (not festival version) LP and new Chaos Echoes LP?

i hope there is not to much questions Laughing
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 11, 2017 5:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

will you be sending the Wrathprayer/FOD LLP to Record Boy in Tokyo? I see he recently got the CD in stock, I'm keen on the LP (may be the die hard if I have enough cash - it looks great!) What about the Inquisition DLP?
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 11, 2017 6:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

NWN PROD wrote:
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any chance you will ever make another batch of these? such a great design.


Probably not.


Not even if we keep pestering you about it year after year?
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 12, 2017 3:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Maybe it will be done one day.
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