Well, is there really anything else to do but to see what’s out there?
So, let’s see what’s out there…
NEUROT RECORDINGS As we like to remind you weekly, this week is no different and once again Neurot Recordings has picked yet another album for this week´s Pay What You Can! This time it’s the album 1938 by Savage Republic! Head over here to claim your copy and simply pay what you can!
REPOSE RECORDS We do love our discounts! Repose Records are now offering a whopping 30% discount off everything and so simply head over here and here to check out the selection, and of course don’t forget the code Selfdestruct!
COLD SPRING The summer sale over at Cold Spring is in full bloom, with over 900 DCs from just £2.50 until the 31st of August! Head straight over here to check out the selection!
AGONIA RECORDS More summer sales! Over at Agonia Records you can find digital albums for just $3.90 until the 30th of July! Don’t let this sale pass you by and head over here to check out the stock!
ALTARS Australian death metal entity Altars have released their second album, Ascetic Reflection, on the ever reliable Everlasting Spew Records. Fans of Ulcerate, Gorguts, Portal, Dead Congregation — and strange, innovative extreme metal — are advised to check them out. You can pick up a copy here, where you can listen to the album in full.
MOURIR Extreme metal label Total Dissonance Worship don’t mess about when it comes to curating their releases. The latest offering is a blast of ghastly black metal in the form of France’s Mourir and their latest album Disgrâce. There are a host of editions of the album to be found here, alongside merch, where you can also listen to the album in full.
BLACK MAGNET To paraphrase Britney Spears: “Industrial metal is back, bitches!” If you’re pining after a dose of that aggressive, eletro noisiness of Godflesh and 90s Nine Inch Nails you may wish to check out Body Prophecy, the forthcoming second album by Black Magnet, due for release on 20 Buck Spin on 29 July. You can pick up some tasty limited vinyl here and listen to the preview tracks.
Having to pay gigantic sums for international postage is a real gear grinder. While it’s our default setting to link Bandcamp pages in the case of new and pre-releases, we thought it would be helpful to add some online stores that might provide a useful alternative. So if you see a release you fancy, but it’s being sold in a far off land and you don’t want to fork out on exorbitant shipping, see if any of the links below can remedy the situation.
Direct Merch (Australia)
Napalm Records (Germany)
Throne Records (World)
As we are pretty much in the high summer at this moment, we do hope all of you out there are enjoying the warm weather with your horns held high at all the festivals the summer has to offer!
By Julia Katrin and Tom Osman
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