Archive for the Peaceville Category
The Newly Remastered Cult 1995 Studio Debut Of Avantgarde & Boundary-Pushing Black Metal From The Norwegian Purveyors. Fleurety was formed in Ytre Enebakk, Norway in 1991, & is known for pioneering an experimental & boundary breaking approach to black metal, integrating a variety of styles beyond purely metallic ones. The […]
Rock n Roll Conformity was the band’s debut full length album, originally released in 1988, and demonstrated a ferocity matching any of their peers. The album was recorded at Lion Studios and produced by Peaceville founder Paul “Hammy” Halmshaw. This vinyl edition of Rock n Roll Conformity is presented with […]
Antithesis of Light – Evoken’s monumental third album of ‘funeral doom perfection’ from 2005 – on vinyl for the first time. Presented in a gatefold sleeve, the release contains an extra unreleased song from Evoken’s 2002 promo
Mork was created by Thomas Eriksen in 2004 & was primarily a side-project from inception until the debut album in 2013, & since then the band has rightly earned their accolade as one of the top Norwegian black metal acts of recent years, receiving strong endorsements from their peers, cemented […]
The second album of true Black Metal from Mork including a guest appearance from Darkthrone’s Nocturno Culto. This edition of Den Vandrende Skygge features four bonus tracks, including an unused track from the album recording sessions , plus rare songs featured on Mork’s 2015 split releases. Heavyweight vinyl edition with lyrics.
Peaceville, Antithesis of Light – Evoken’s monumental third album of “funeral doom perfection” from 2005 – on vinyl for the first time. Presented in a gatefold sleeve, the release contains an extra unreleased song from Evoken’s 2002 promo
Greek black metal legends Rotting Christ formed in 1988, with their early demo recordings containing strong grindcore elements as the band quickly evolved their style into something altogether darker. Spearheaded by brothers Sakis & Themis Tolis, Rotting Christ have remained one of the strongest and most respected forces in the […]
Banished’s 1994 slice of brutal Death Metal presented on the vinyl format. Banished formed in Buffalo New York in 1987, initially under the name of Baphomet, and belonged to the early prolific generation of US death metal, beginning with their ‘Morbid Realities’ demo in 1989, & then the ‘The Dead […]
Diabolical Masquerade was the solo-project created by Katatonia mastermind Anders “Blakkheim” Nyström in 1996, to let off more creative steam away from the gothic/doom metal styling of his main band, Katatonia. “The Phantom Lodge” was the second of four albums from this symphonic extreme metal solo-project (before the band was […]
The MAYHEM Live concert series continues. “Live In Jessheim” features the line-up of Euronymous, Dead, Hellhammer and Necrobutcher, this is one of only a handful of recordings featuring the Norwegian black metal quartet in arguably their most influential period, as they forged a sound and darkness entirely of their own, […]
At just under 40 minutes, “The Apostasy” is just long enough to satisfy, although it still leaves you wanting more. The sound on this baby is massive; the riffs are unbelievably chunky and Inferno’s drumming is in your face and devastatingly heavy. The team of mainstay producer Malta and mix […]
Of Darkness… is a debut studio album released on February 1991 by the Swedish band Therion and it contains songs written in the early years of the band, during the 1980s. The album is indicated by the band itself as an end of its first era.
Stream from the Heavens is the only album by the Finnish doom metal band Thergothon. It was recorded in late 1992 and released after many delays in 1994 through the Italian record label Avantgarde Music. Now Re- Released on Peaceville Records.
If someone was interested in industrial black metal and I could only show them one album, In the Streams of Inferno would probably be that one album. It encompasses everything one might look for in industrial metal; it’s frantic, ugly, mechanical, grey, and uneasy. After listening to a quiet, one […]
“The Dead Shall Inherit” is the debut full-length studio album by US death metal act Baphomet. The album was released through Deaf Records (sub-label to Peaceville Records) in May 1992. The band was formed in 1987 and they used the Baphomet name until 1992 when they were forced to change […]
Good Shit. The fourth studio album by Autopsy, released in 1995. It was their last album before their fourteen-year break up from 1995 to 2009. Includes some Punkier sound than other releases but still the same ol’ Autopsy death metal we love.
Californian gore metallers Autopsy burst onto the scene in 1988 with almost immediate infamy. Frontman Chris Reifert was already a well known force on the underground through his time as drummer with Florida’s highly respected metal combo, Death. After playing drums on the band’s debut album, the much acclaimed ‘Scream […]
From the Shadows – released in 1993 – is known for possessing a dark textured Death/Doom Metal style mixed with unusual, often avant-garde, arrangements. Unholy’s willingness to experiment with sounds and moods helped create a strong and uniquely twisted atmosphere as slow pounding Doom Metal epics are aided by the […]
One of the first releases on the Peaceville label, this was also the first album by England’s Electro Hippies. They played an eccentric, hard-to-pin-down style of political crossover punk metal with odd, yelping vocals, at times branched off into proto-grindcore (“Run Ronald,” “Scum”), at others veering into classic heavy metal […]