It might run towards the end of 2017 but that does not mean we are about to close up shop for the new year. Everybody needs some nice shiny new vinyl for under the Christmas tree, right? Find the – incomplete list – below. A few highlights: the Earthless Live At Freak Valley are the last few the label had so if you don’t pick it up now, regret it at Roadburn 2018.
Also the Wolves In The Throne Room Thrice Woven 2LP is going fast and last of all we got in another box of the Amenra Mass VI vinyl on white. We can’t keep up with the demand! See below if there is something of your choosing and pick it up on Discogs or in our online store. If you miss something or want to inquire about a record you can mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amenra – Mass VI 2LP (white/black)
Audn – Farvegir Fyrndar 2LP (dark green)
Batushka – Litourgiya LP
Bell Witch – Four Phantoms 2LP (black/clear)
Burzum – Filosofem 2LP
CIRCLE – MERONIA 2LP
CIRCLE – FRATEN 2LP
CIRCLE – PORI 2LP
CIRCLE – GUILLOTINE 2LP
CIRCLE – SURFACE LP
CIRCLE – LEVIATAN LP
CIRCLE – HOLLYWOOD 2LP
CIRCLE – 6000 km/h PART 2 LP
CIRCLE – PANIC LP
Dead Neanderthals – Womb Of God LP (white/black)
Earthless – Live At Freak Valley 2LP
Kikagaku Moyo – Kikagaku Moyo LP
Kikagaku Moyo – The House In The Tall Grass LP
Lento – IV LP
Magma – Retrospectiw 3LP box (Southern Lord)
PHARAOH OVERLORD #1 2LP
RÄJÄYTTÄJÄT – RÄJÄ ELEKTRIK MILLENIUM 2LP
Ultha – Converging Sins 2LP
Ulver – Perdition City 2LP
Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats – Vol. 1 Lp (white)
Wiegedood – De Doden Hebben Het Goed I LP (clear/black)
Wiegedood – De Doden Hebben Het Goed II LP (green)
A discovery of folk music from dark Britannica. ‘John Barleycorn Reborn’ explores seasonal birth, death and rebirth on this 4LP. Originally released in 2007 on 2CD by Cold Spring and now in a 4Lp box with extensive booklet on Burning World Records in December 2017.
This compilation explores the darker side of British folk music, evoking the mystery of our ancient past and peoples, the strangeness of their beliefs, arcane traditions and the remnants of this carried down the centuries as folklore. The set has an extended booklet with articles, essays and explorations of the album’s concept.
The album was compiled as a co operation between Cold Spring and Woven Wheat Whispers. Curated by Mark Coyle.
JJ over at The Obelisk is premiering the first track of the Subrosa Subdued Live At Roadburn 2017: The Mirror. The album will be released on cd and digital and will be out on vinyl in March 2017.
In terms of the arrangement, “The Mirror” was as minimal as SubRosa got: voice, drumsticks against microphone stands and a single floor tom for percussion, and that’s it. The violins, flutes, bass, acoustic and electric guitar, and samples/other noises that filled out other inclusions were set aside. Rebecca Vernon led Sarah Pendleton and Kim Pack in harmony as she and drummer Andy Patterson — situated behind a front-line of players that also included bassist Levi Hanna and guest flutist/vocalist Kelly Schilling — kept time together in that seemingly simple fashion. It was beautiful and affecting in kind.
I’ll admit I wasn’t familiar with “The Mirror” before seeing it performed at Het Patronaat this past April. It comes from SubRosa‘s 2006 demo/EP The Worm has Turnedand to my knowledge hasn’t featured on any subsequent release. This would seem to make its inclusion on SubDued: Live at Roadburn 2017all the more special, since it’s a standout and something kind of exclusive to this form, this time, and this moment for the band. It certainly felt that way when they were playing it, and as I watched and listened, I became utterly entranced in the melody and the storytelling in a way that hasn’t left my mind in the half-year since. I feel fortunate for having been there to witness it and know that, in fact, I was.
Burning World is proud to present our new release: Dead Neanderthals Womb Of God. Womb Of God is the rancid culmination of everything Dead Neanderthals: heavy droning baritone saxophone, repetitive steam machine-like drum patterns and acid-spewing woodwind banshee shrieks.
Their brand of hellish and metallic noise rock comes closer to the bleak noise of The Body than to what you’d expect from a saxophone-band.
Womb Of God is the band’s 4th, and last, full-length album in 2017.
It’s available on black (200) and white (100) vinyl here.
Listen to the full album below on Bandcamp:
Otto Kokke – saxophone
Colin Webster – saxophone
René Aquarius – drums
Otto and René recorded themselves in the rehearsal space, Nijmegen.
Colin was recorded by Mark Jasper at Soundsavers Studio, London.
Womb Of God was mixed and mastered by Marlon Wolterink at White Noise Studio, Winterswijk // whitenoisestudio.com
Roadburn Records is proud to present: Salem’s Pot Live At Roadburn. On cd and digital for now. Vinyl to follow in February 2018.
First ever live album by Salem’s Pot after 4 studio albums on labels as Easy Rider and Riding Easy Records
Recorded at the prestigious Roadburn Festival 2015 in a packed Patronaat. Mixed and mastered by Marcel van de Vondervoort (Astrosoniq/Roadburn Festival).
Artwork by Eric Lee (Swervedriver. Death Waltz, Blitzen Trapper).
Vinyl version to follow in early 2018.
“Don’t try to fight it,” the band’s motto implores, “Salem’s Pot has come to destroy your mind.” It’s the same kind of winking tease employed by low budget horror films of the 70s-80s that essentially dared audiences to experience what they knew they wanted, but couldn’t possibly expect.
Likewise, the new album by mysterious Swedish quintet Salem’s Pot delivers truly gritty and captivating heavy rock in high contrast technicolor: a sonic equivalent of The Last House On The Left, El Topo and Blood Feast. Similar to the way such films made up for their lack of flashy, expensive effects with dim lighting and implied violence, a hallucinogenic sense of true evil lurks in the dark corners of Salem’s Pot’s sound. Lest we forget, the band’s name itself is a pun on Stephen King’s stark, modernized vampire masterpiece.
I have been to nine editions of the Roadburn festival. Each year offers at least one landmark performance — the one for which the festival is ultimately remembered. I don’t know if the effect could possibly be the same for someone who wasn’t there to witness it — and it’s precisely for that reason that I consider myself too close to it to be properly impartial, as noted above — but having witnessed SubRosa ‘SubDued’ and now having heard Subdued: Live at Roadburn 2017, it only further cements this set as that in my mind for 2017. It’s been six months now since and I continue to feel affected by what they did on that Het Patronaat stage, and with these tracks documenting it as gorgeously and as essentially as they do, I can only hope that will sustain for years to come. It is a reminder of the power a live performance can have and, again, as rich an experience as I’ve ever had in that regard.
Get the cd here, it’s also available in a packet with other Roadburn cd-releases.
In the US they are starting to built a name for themselves: the Acteon label and the main band on the roster: Forest Of Tygers. Noisey called the split with Anocon the “Peak American Black Metal Fury”.
“Forest Of Tygers, who have yet to release a full-length record yet have produced some defiantly heavy music in the few short years they’ve been creating together. “Mongers” takes a less traditional route through black metal, and instead incorporates hardcore elements into Jim Valosik’s angst-ridden screams and punkier drum beats from Rachel Valosik. The guitars follow simpler structure, and again come laced with blackened hardcore vibrations that only add to the desolation found within the song and its bitter course. “Mongers” is a scorching track that is never one thing more than another; sludge, caustic hardcore and blackened foundations all vie for space but it’s wonderfully cohesive despite the swirling chaos Forest Of Tygers present here. It’s truly a thrill.”
Listen to the tracks of the split below and order the 2 7″s and cd they released over here.
Birmingham’s seminal post-punk/industrial behemoths GODFLESH performed their seminal debut full-length album, 1989’s “Streetcleaner”, in its entirety at the 2011 edition of the Roadburn festival on Thursday, April 14 at the 013 venue in Tilburg, Holland. In addition, founding members Justin Broadrick and Benny Green played the “Tiny Tears” EP, which was conceived as part of the overall “Streetcleaner” vision, in full as well.
Decibel magazine: The debut full-length from industrial mastermind Godflesh is suffocating as a live recording. Rumbling bass, squealing guitars and strong vocals bring Streetcleaner to life in a different way than on the studio album, but it works to Godflesh’s benefit. The songs are more dissonant and, at times, cacophonous, a powerful incarnation of the record more than 20 years after its release.
Mastered specially for cd by James Plotkin.
Get yours in our online store here, or in a Roadburn cd-package here.