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Temple Of The Morning Star: 20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition
Today Is The Day
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Lower Form (Deluxe Version)
Day Late, Dollar Short
Crippled Lucifer is the only album by Burning Witch which is a compilation album of EP tracks. Its complete title is Crippled Lucifer.
It consists of three tracks taken from their Rift.Canyon.Dreams release and four tracks from their Towers... release.
It was first released on CD in 1998 on Southern Lord Records and Bad Acid Records. Bad Acid released the European digipack version of which only 2000 were made. Southern Lord handled the American release of which there were effectively three presses. The first pressing's cover was incorrectly printed so it was repressed. Then, it was pressed for a third time, this time with a different cover altogether. In 1999, it was released on cassette by Mystic Production.
In 2008, Southern Lord reissued the album as a double-disc set, restoring the one missing track from Rift.Canyon.Dreams, and two tracks from splits that also got excluded from the single-disc version, as well as the original track order. This re-issue was renamed Crippled Lucifer due to the extra tracks.
Clean Hands Go Foul
Clean Hands Go Foul is the fourth and final album by American drone metal band Khanate. It was released in May 2009 on Hydra Head Records.
Occupational Hazard is Unsane's fourth studio album, released on January 27, 1998 through Relapse Records. The song "Committed" is featured on the Tony Hawk's Pro Skater soundtrack.
Life...The Best Game In Town
The Mouths Of Madness
The Inalienable Dreamless
The Inalienable Dreamless is the third and final studio album by grindcore band Discordance Axis, released on Hydra Head Records on August 13, 2000. It has since become one of the most acclaimed grindcore albums of all time. The album, along with its production history, was made the subject of the 2012 book Compiling Autumn: The Making of Discordance Axis' "The Inalienable Dreamless", a limited edition paperback that was released to aid the Japanese Red Cross Society. The album was repressed on black and blue vinyl for Record Store Day in 2011.
Many of the tracks refer to elements from the anime/manga franchise Neon Genesis Evangelion, including "Angel Present", "Pattern Blue", "The End of Rebirth", and "The Third Children".
Ample Fire Within
The Iron Point
Face of Collapse
Face of Collapse is the second and final studio album by Dazzling Killmen, released on March 14, 1994 through Skin Graft Records. Since its initial release, the album has been noted by reviewers to of help influence the development of genres such as math rock, math metal, and post-metal with its utilization of song structures typically associated with jazz and progressive music.
To commemorate the 25th anniversary of Skin Graft Records, a deluxe remastered edition of the album was released on November 11, 2016 as a double LP set. This edition included a book detailing the band's history as well as remastered bonus tracks pulled from the "Medicine Me" 7-inch.
10,000 Light Years
Autopsy is a compilation album released in 1995 by American metalcore band Rorschach on the band's own Gern Blandsten Records. The album consists of the band's entire recorded history.
Man Is the Bastard
Lost Nation Road
Hart Gore + Mean Mans Dream
Dynamite with a Laserbeam: Queen as Heard Through the Meat Grinder of Three One G
The Austerity Program
Black Madonna is the first studio album by American alternative metal duo The Austerity Program, released in 2007 through Hydra Head Records. The title has nothing to do with the singer Madonna, nor does it relate to the Black Madonna statue. Rather, it was picked as a name for the record because "[they] actually have no idea".
The Failed Convict
Times of Grace
Times of Grace is the sixth studio album by Californian band Neurosis, released on May 4, 1999. It continued the band's development of the post-metal genre and demonstrates gothic rock and progressive rock influences. This album and Grace, an ambient companion by the band's alter-ego Tribes of Neurot, are designed to play alongside each other. Times of Grace marked the beginning of the band's ongoing working relationship with recording engineer Steve Albini.
Heathen is the fourth studio album by American metal band Thou. It was released on March 25, 2014 through Gilead Media.
Conqueror is the second full-length album from Jesu. It was released on 20 February 2007 in the USA, 19 February in the United Kingdom and Europe, and 2 February in Japan.
The Japanese edition contains a bonus disc featuring the two tracks that constitute the Sun Down / Sun Rise EP.
This album features much more melody and less drone than the self-titled album.
In support of the album, the band made their United States live debut, in March 2007, as an opening act for Isis, although work permit problems caused them to miss the first three weeks of the tour.
Come to Grief
Grief made the same type of music -- call it "sludge," "doom," or some combination of the two -- as Eyehategod, but they were scraped off the wall of some Boston alley rather than dredged from a Southern swamp, so their music had even less blues/swing to it, and even more raw hostility. They were kindred spirits to Boston hardcore acts like Slapshot and SSD, but playing at half to quarter the speed. Vocalist/guitarist Jeff Hayward doesn't sing; he shouts and howls in the raw-throated style of hardcore bands like Rorschach, as the band churns out one slow-moving riff after another behind him and the drummer plays something that could be called a beat if it was twice as fast. As it is, it sounds like he's trying to demolish the drum kit by force. Songs frequently begin with feedback (though "Ruined" kicks off with a sample of a guy who might well be insane, ranting about something that's never made clear), and then crawl along for six or up to ten minutes, in the case of album opener "Earthworm" (not a Flipper cover). Come to Grief is a mean, self- and everyone-else-hating album that offers no catharsis, no release from pain, only the promise of more pain to come. [The Willowtip reissue adds one previously unreleased track, originally recorded for a horror movie soundtrack but never used.]
Always A Six, Never A Nine
Better to Die On Your Feet Than Live On Your Knees
Better to Die on Your Feet Than Live on Your Knees is the debut album by American grindcore project Liberteer. It was released on January 31, 2012 through Relapse Records.
The album showcases a grindcore sound with influences from bluegrass, folk music, black metal and old school death metal, as well as classical music, which the band leader Matthew Widener studies. It also features major-key riffs, digitized horns, banjos, mandolin, martial drumming and blast beats. The record is a concept album with an anarchist sentiment and named after an Emiliano Zapata quote.
Iron Balls of Steel
Dying to Meet You
Nothing Positive, Only Negative
The White Mice
Subject To Change Without Notice
Old Man Gloom
No is the fifth studio album by American rock band Old Man Gloom. Though the album saw a limited release during the group's May 2012 tours, it saw official wide release on June 26, 2012 through Hydra Head Records. No is Old Man Gloom's first studio release in eight years since 2004's Christmas.
On May 29, 2012 the song "Common Species" was posted online for previewing.
Dark Songs of the Prairie
Nervous Circuits (CD+DVD)
Popular Music for Unpopular People
East West Blast Test
Live for Nothing
Slights and Abuse / The Sycophant
Die Kreuzen is the eponymously titled debut album of Die Kreuzen, released in 1984 through Touch and Go Records. This is Die Kreuzen's last Hardcore Punk album before they moved on to other styles of music such as Alternative Rock.
The Hortator's Lament
Into The Vortex
Into the Vortex is the second album by Hammerhead, released on March 31, 1994 through Amphetamine Reptile Records.
Revelation: Sick Again
Pyramids is the debut studio album by American post-rock band Pyramids. The album features a second remix disc with notable contributions from artists such as Jesu and James Plotkin.
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