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ALTAR OF PERVERSION /
MORDAHEOTH /
DER BLUTHARSCH

Tributo a Der Blutharsch
CD

CD edition of the rare vinyl 10”. Besides the covers of the Der Bluharsch tracks both bands did, you will also find the original tracks by Der Blutharsch on this one, making it a very lengthy CD. This album will appeal to both Black/Pagan Metal fans as well as those of DER BLUTHARSCH.

Limited to 999 copies. Black silkscreened print on heavy black paper cover make this an absolute jewel in every collection!

Black Metal
Label : New Era
Year : 2011
5.90 €

BUNKUR /
MORDOR

Split
CD

Quote from label: "For its contribution, Bunkur chose Carnivore’s “The Subhuman,” as released on the band’s first recording, “Demo ’84.” With the original song clocking in at just over eleven minutes, it is almost certainly the most logical selection from Carnivore’s discography, given Bunkur’s penchant for maximizing the potential for each droning note and vocal wail, and the space in between them, with the result being single songs that have been known to span the duration of entire hour-plus-long albums. In this particular case, “The Subhuman” has been slowed to a pace that essentially doubles the length of the original and, to the uninitiated, might obfuscate the source of its inspiration. Mordor, on the other hand, chose to reinvent “In League with Satan,” a song the band considers to be the heaviest from the immortal Venom’s debut album, “Welcome to Hell.” Drawing heavily on the influence of Laibach’s unique martial/industrial/neoclassical style, Mordor has not only extended the song from its original three-and-a-half minutes to a previously-unimaginable sixteen-and-a-half minutes, but it has also rebranded the song “In League with Wotan.” Beyond simply renaming the track, its thematic focus has appropriately shifted from one of Satanism to one of reverence toward northern Germanic tradition and is thus dedicated to the Lord of Valhalla. Despite the fact that numerous other bands had already covered “In League with Satan,” Mordor’s version incorporates a dramatically new arrangement and rewritten lyrics to match its shift in theme. The combination of these two tracks yields a product that pays homage to our metal heritage and at the same time reaffirms the status of two of the current day’s most innovative and experimental doom bands".

Doom Metal
Label : Nuclear War Now!
Country : Netherlands
Year : 2017
10.00 €

BUNKUR /
MORDOR

Split
LP

Quote from label: "For its contribution, Bunkur chose Carnivore’s “The Subhuman,” as released on the band’s first recording, “Demo ’84.” With the original song clocking in at just over eleven minutes, it is almost certainly the most logical selection from Carnivore’s discography, given Bunkur’s penchant for maximizing the potential for each droning note and vocal wail, and the space in between them, with the result being single songs that have been known to span the duration of entire hour-plus-long albums. In this particular case, “The Subhuman” has been slowed to a pace that essentially doubles the length of the original and, to the uninitiated, might obfuscate the source of its inspiration. Mordor, on the other hand, chose to reinvent “In League with Satan,” a song the band considers to be the heaviest from the immortal Venom’s debut album, “Welcome to Hell.” Drawing heavily on the influence of Laibach’s unique martial/industrial/neoclassical style, Mordor has not only extended the song from its original three-and-a-half minutes to a previously-unimaginable sixteen-and-a-half minutes, but it has also rebranded the song “In League with Wotan.” Beyond simply renaming the track, its thematic focus has appropriately shifted from one of Satanism to one of reverence toward northern Germanic tradition and is thus dedicated to the Lord of Valhalla. Despite the fact that numerous other bands had already covered “In League with Satan,” Mordor’s version incorporates a dramatically new arrangement and rewritten lyrics to match its shift in theme. The combination of these two tracks yields a product that pays homage to our metal heritage and at the same time reaffirms the status of two of the current day’s most innovative and experimental doom bands".

Doom Metal
Label : Nuclear War Now!
Country : Netherlands
Year : 2017
18.00 €

BUXEN /
AIFUR /
MORDHELL

split
CD

Three-way split cd with bands from Poland, Italy and Sweden. 15 tracks of (Un)Pure Fukking Black Metal.

Black Metal
Label : kaMpf
Country : Poland
Year : 2007
5.90 €

DODSFERD /
GANDZMORD

Doom and Destroy
CD

Split - Black Metal

Black Metal
Label : BlackMetal.com
Year : 2007
10.50 €

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GANDZMORD
Monolithic In Darkness
CD

Fast and raw Black Metal in the traditional way.

Black Metal
Label : Antinomian
Country : USA
Year : 2005
5.90 €

MASSEMORD
Notes Of Antihate Profound
EP Gatefold

Harsh Industrial Black Metal

Limited to 500 copies.
Comes in gatefold cover sleeve, inside jackets are printed with lyrics.

Black Metal
Label : Pagan
Country : Poland
Year : 2010
5.00 €

Last in stock!

MORD
Necrosodomic Abyss
CD

Black Metal.

Black Metal
Label : Osmose
Country : Norway
Year : 2008
10.50 €

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MORD'A'STIGMATA
Ansia
CD

Black Metal witn industrial & ambient parts.

Black Metal
Label : Pagan
Country : Poland
Year : 2013
9.50 €

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MORDAEHOTH/
MYSELF/
VEINEN

Gates of Helheim
CD

Special packaging
3 way split, A5 format - Crude mid-tempo Black Metal/Extreme mid-tempo Black Metal with a certain Black Legions spirit/VON tribute band. Limited to 300 handnumbered copies.

Black Metal
Year : 2006
2.00 €

Last in stock!

MORDOR
Odhinn
TS

Quality white impression on Gildan shirt.

Black Metal
Label : Casern Bitch
Country : Switzerland
Year : 2015
Available sizes : L
20.00 €



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