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Revelations of Oblivion
The Best of Atheist
Innocence and Wrath
The Fragile Art of Existence (Deluxe Reissue)
The Fragile Art of Existence is the only studio album by Control Denied. It was released worldwide on Nuclear Blast America in 1999. Metal Mind Productions reissued the album on April 15, 2008. The release was limited to 2,000 copies, digitally remastered using 24-bit process on golden disc. The album was also rereleased in 2010 by Relapse Records, available in 2 disc, and 3 disc editions. The 3 disc edition was limited to 1,000 copies.
This was Chuck Schuldiner's final studio album before he died as a result of cancer on December 13, 2001.
Hindsight, Vol 1: Suffering Hour Revisited
The Door To Doom
The Door to Doom is the twelfth studio album by Swedish doom metal band Candlemass, released on 22 February 2019 via Napalm. It is the band's first full-length studio album since 2012's Psalms for the Dead, marking their longest gap between studio albums, and the first one to feature vocalist Johan Längqvist since 1986's Epicus Doomicus Metallicus.
Concepts of Math: Book One
Concepts of Math: Book One is the first EP by the American progressive metal band Watchtower, and was released on October 7, 2016. An anticipation of Watchtower's upcoming third album Mathematics, the EP contains four previously-released tracks and one brand new song. "The Size of Matter" was previously released in 2010 as a digital single, and "M-Theory Overture", "Arguments Against Design" and "Technology Inaction" were digitally released separately in 2015.
Work on new material under the Watchtower name began in 2000, when they were working on the follow-up to Control and Resistance, titled Mathematics. The band had re-recorded the album at least three times, but personnel changes, band members focusing on other projects and the slow pace of writing and recording caused the album to be delayed multiple times. The Concepts of Math: Book One EP was released in favor of Mathematics.
Grin is the fifth studio album by the Swiss thrash metal band Coroner, released in 1993. It was the band's final album before their fourteen-year break up from 1996 to 2010. The album is considered a major departure from Coroner's early work, consisting of elements of groove metal and industrial metal, with much less emphasis on speed and technicality. Grin is the last Coroner album to feature drummer Marky Edelmann, who left the band in 2014. After being out of print for many years, Noise/BMG reissued the album in 2018, remastered with the same track list in a digipack cd case, with additional photographs of the band and memorabilia.
Bury the pain
To Ride, Shoot Straight and Speak the Truth
DCLXVI: To Ride, Shoot Straight and Speak the Truth is the fourth album by the Swedish metal band Entombed, released in 1997. DCLXVI is 666 in Roman numerals. The cover art features a statuette of the Aztec god Mictlantecuhtli. This album shows a continuation of the death 'n' roll sound previously established on 1993's "Wolverine Blues", but eschews most traces of hardcore and traditional death metal in favor of a stoner rock and garage rock influenced sound.
The album was Metal Hammer magazine's #2 album of 1997. It was beaten by UK band Feeder's debut album Polythene, but it was ranked above many commercially famous albums from that year, most significantly The Verve's Urban Hymns.
Deception Ignored (2018 - Remaster)
Bowels Of Earth
The Key (Full Dynamic Range Edition)
Open The Gates (2015 Remaster - Ultimate Edition)
Open the Gates is the fourth album by American heavy metal band Manilla Road. It was released in 1985 on the Black Dragon record label, rather than the band's own label, Roadster Records, which they had used on their previous releases.
The album is heavier than earlier material in part due to the departure of drummer Rick Fisher and his replacement by Randy Foxe. The space rock elements of the band's sound were also superseded by more fantasy themes and a greater epic sensibility. Many of the songs are inspired by the Arthurian legends of Tennyson's Idylls of the King, others by R.B. Anderson's original translation of Norse mythology. The song "Astronomica" is based on the work by Marcus Manilius. The cover art is by Eric Larnoy.
King of the Dead (Ultimate Edition)
King of the Dead is the second album by the American heavy metal band Cirith Ungol. It was self-produced by the band and released in July 1984 on Enigma Records. It was re-released in September 1999 on Metal Blade Records.
Band member Robert Garven declared in an interview:
"King of the Dead was our best album, the reason was that we had total control over it. Every album could have been this good if we could have exercised complete control over its production and other things. This is the album which I feel is our best effort. The reason the long wait between albums is because when you are financing them yourselves, you have to come up with the money to pay for things like studio time. Plus being on all these independent labels their time tables are slower. I also did all the layout and design of the first three covers, all this while we were all working full-time trying to sponsor the dream."
Guitarist Greg Lindstrom, who left the band in 1982, two years before the release of this album, said:
History of a Time to Come (Expanded Edition)
Demon Master is the second full-length album by the heavy metal band Blind Illusion. The band changed to a softer hard rock/heavy metal sound with this release. It came 22 years after their first album, The Sane Asylum.
Soldiers of Misfortune
Soldiers of Misfortune is the third studio album by the Canadian thrash metal band, Sacrifice, initially released in 1990 in Canada while its North American release was pushed back to March 1991. It is their only album with Fringe Product Records, while the U.S. version was released by Metal Blade.
Coded Smears And More Uncommon Slurs
Pray For The Sentencing
Think This is the second studio album by the American thrash metal band Toxik, released on October 13, 1989 by Roadracer Records. The album was re-released by Metal Mind Productions and Displeased Records in 2007. Artwork was designed by Ed Repka.
Forest Of Equilibrium
Forest of Equilibrium is the debut album of the British doom metal band Cathedral, released in 1991 on Earache Records. It is considered a classic of its genre, doom metal. Forest of Equilibrium was notably inducted into Decibel Magazine's Hall of Fame in February 2006 being the 12th inductee for the Decibel Hall of Fame.
In 2009, Earache Records reissued the album along with four "bonus" songs that comprise the long out-of-print 1992 Soul Sacrifice EP. This deluxe digipak reissue also includes a poster of Dave Patchett's cover art and a new 40-minute documentary entitled "Return to the Forest" on DVD.
Elements Of Anger
Been Caught Buttering
Been Caught Buttering is the second album of the Austrian death metal band Pungent Stench. It was originally released in 1991 on Nuclear Blast. The original album art, which depicted two severed, partially decomposed heads kissing, had to be changed for the Australian release. The cover art can also be seen as a parody of a famous picture with Leonid Brezhnev and Erich Honecker kissing at the celebrations of the 30th birthday of the former German Democratic Republic in 1979.
The Passage of Existence
From Fields of Fire
The Endless Road Turns Dark
Trail of fire – Live in North America
The Skull is the second studio album by the American doom metal band Trouble, released in 1985. It was the follow-up to their 1984 classic debut Psalm 9.
Trouble gained critical recognition for The Skull and a successful tour followed. However, the album reflected singer Eric Wagner's struggles with substance abuse as well as growing turmoil within the group. This led to the departure of bassist Sean McAllister; he was replaced by Ron Holzner, who would remain with the band until their 2002 reunion. In early 1986, shortly after The Skull tour began, drummer Jeff Olson would also leave to attend college and the band regrouped with a new lineup later that year. Olson would reunite with Trouble in 1993 and play on the Plastic Green Head album, which was released two years later.
The album has been released on CD on four occasions: in 1990 by Enigma Records; in 1991 by Metal Blade; remastered using the original master tapes and reissued again by Metal Blade in 1994; remastered and reissued again by Escapi Music in October 2006, with a bonus DVD.
Speed Between the Lines
Cobra Speed Venom
Cobra Speed Venom is the seventh album by Swedish melodic death metal band The Crown. The album was released on March 16, 2018 via Metal Blade Records and featured an appearance of Robin Sorqvist and Henrik Axelsson.
Something Wicked Marches In
Lords of Hypocrisy
Uroboric Forms: The Complete Demo Recordings
The Earache Peel Sessions
Atonement is the tenth studio album by American death metal band Immolation. It was released on February 24, 2017, through Nuclear Blast Records.
Surgical Remission / Surplus Steel
Surgical Remission/Surplus Steel is an EP by English death metal band Carcass. The EP consists of songs recorded during the sessions for previous album Surgical Steel and was released on 11 November 2014 through Nuclear Blast.
The Hunt For White Christ
The Hunt for White Christ is the thirteenth studio album by Swedish death metal band Unleashed, released on October 26, 2018 via Napalm.
The Hunt for White Christ is based on conceptual storyline written by bassist and vocalist Johnny Hedlund about the world of Odalheim and their Midgard warriors, sharing the same story with As Yggdrasil Trembles, Odalheim and Dawn of the Nine.
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