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Skinny Puppy
Rabies

Rabies was an oddball record in the storied history of Skinny Puppy in that it featured Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen on several tracks and so the record had more the feel of a Ministry record than a Skinny Puppy one. Still, this is an experimental work on which the band mixed their industrial rock background with with an ahead-of-their-time use of sampling. Back out on vinyl courtesy of Nettwerk records. 

Skinny Puppy
VIVI Sect VI

VIVI Sect VI (Vivisect Six) was the fourth album by Canadian electro-industrial band Skinny Puppy. At the time, 1988, it was the band’s most refined sounding album. It was regarded as their best album by many critics. Lyrically it dealt with animal rights, chemical warfare and environmental issues. 

Motörhead
Overkill

1979 was the year that Motörhead truly came into their own, releasing two of their finest albums and nailing down their sound. To mark the 40th anniversary of that vintage year for Lemmy and his men, Overkill is getting a deluxe half-speed re-mastered re-issue, coming packaged as a 20-page ‘bookpack’ and including a newly unearthed live recording from Aylesbury. 

Thou / Hirs
Untitled

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Throbbing Gristle
Throbbing Gristle's Greatest Hits

Like the title of '20 Jazz Funk Greats', 'Throbbing Gristle's Greatest Hits' is named with tongue poked firmly in cheek. They of course had no 'hits' as such but they did basically invent industrial music. Mostly terrifying, they weren't averse to the odd stab at disco on tracks like 'Hot on the Heels of Love'.

K2
Hepatopolitika

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Atrax Morgue
Autoerotic Death

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Cabaret Voltaire
1974 - 76

Cabaret Voltaire dropped their debut LP in 1979, but they were going for a full six-years prior to the release of Mix-Up. The 1974-76 compilation collects some of the group’s home demos from their formative years. Rough around the edges, but you can hear Richard H Kirk, Stephen Mallinder and Chris Watson honing their pioneering sound in real-time here.
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There Existed an Addiction to Blood

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Melvins
The Maggot & The Bootlicker

To mark the 20th anniversary of the Ipecac Records imprint, as well as the commencement of Melvins’ beloved ‘trilogy’ of albums all released within the space of 12 months, this white and ‘doublemint’ green double LP set collects the first two records out of that triptych - The Maggot and The Bootlicker. 

Cold In Berlin
Rituals Of Surrender

Cold In Berlin mix fuzzy, goth-flavoured detuned doom rock with post punk. They're based in London, so I have no idea if they know what the temperature is in Berlin. They claim to be influenced by music released in the 20 year period between 1973 and 1993 along with things outside music such as Asian extreme films, early 20th century European literature, the work of documentary maker Adam Curtis. This all pours into their latest slab of wax, Rituals Of Surrender.

Aaron Turner
Interminable Conniption

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Lightning Bolt
Sonic Citadel

The press release for Sonic Citadel, the new album from Lightning Bolt, tells us who drummer Brian Chippendale has collaborated with from Bjork to Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry and about an ace computer game he wrote called Thumper. What you want to know, I reckon, is that this is the Providence, Rhode Island noise rock duo’s ninth album and it will blow your mind. On Thrill Jockey.

Somatic Responses
Assault

Somatic Responses are a duo made up of brothers, John & Paul Healy. They’ve been making industrial techno for the past 20 years. Assault is being released though Scottish techno label RIOT Radio Records. The fact that the pair come from a sleepy mining town in Wales plays into their music as it reflects the mechanical noise that goes on underground. 
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Boris
LφVE & EVφL

Borises aren’t all bad. Overlords of Japanese drone/doom/stoner psychedelic rock, Boris, are back with a double album. LφVE & EVφL sees the band continue to find new ways in which to cleave your mind apart. If you’re unfamiliar with Boris but like Sunn 0))), Sonic Youth et al, then you’ll love this. Also recommended for fans of Boris.

Keiji Haino + SUMAC
Even for just the briefest moment / Keep charging this “expiation” / Plug in to making it slightly better

If you’re a fan of the more outre end of modern rock music, chances are that you enjoyed that Keiji Haino/SUMAC collaborative LP which came out back in 2018. You’ll be pleased to hear, then, that they’ve done another one, and it’s got another silly title. Even for just the briefest moment / Keep charging this “expiation” / Plug in to making it slightly better (bloody hell) is really impressive stuff, punching through the walls of psych-rock and post-metal to stumble onto something far stranger. Maybe Melt Banana would be a similar band?

Andrew Liles
Colossus

An ambitious project that originally sought to render every single track that had been Number 1 in the charts throughout Andrew Liles’ fifty-year life into separate 50-minute adaptations - leading to nearly two days of music in total! - Colossus shrinks each version down into 50-second excerpts. 
  • Vinyl LP (DPROMLP1131969)
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Pelican
Nighttime Stories

Pelican returns! Nighttime Stories is their first full release in six years, appearing on the reliably strong Southern Lord (aka the Sunn O))) label). These nine instrumentals are of course heavy and dark, but they are also as vividly detailed as you could want, with lots of intricacies beneath the dense chugs.

Hecker
Inspection II

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Colin Potter
The Where House?

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Melt Banana
Cell-Scape

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Opeth
In Cauda Venenum

All rise for Opeth. The Swedish prog-metal titans make it a baker’s dozen of studio LPs with the extremely Opeth-titled In Cauda Venenum (translation: Poison In The Tale). Given that this lot have long ploughed their own furrow it would be silly to compare this music to anyone other than Opeth themselves, so let’s just say that if you’ve dug their wending rock epics before then you’ll likely be able to get behind In Cauda Venenum. One notable feature of In Cauda Venenum is that it comes in both English- and Swedish-language versions.

Nurse With Wound
The Swinging Reflective

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Ghost
Prequelle - Exalted

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The Messthetics
Anthropocosmic Nest

A trio boasting the mighty rhythm section of the legendary Fugazi, The Messthetics release their second studio album Anthropocosmic Nest. Joe Lally and Brendan Canty’s boisterous, angular rhythms are augmented by jazz guitarist Anthony Pirog, and the record excellently captures their dynamic live performances. 

Ulver
Bergtatt

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Thought Broadcast
Vertical Tomb

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Nurse With Wound
The Swinging Reflective II

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Type O Negative
None More Negative

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Mastodon
Leviathan

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Serj Tankian
Elect The Dead Symphony

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The Hand Of Doom
Poisonoise

If metal on metal is what you crave then The Hand Of Doom’s Poisonoise should float your boat. Originally released in 1979, this set of heavy metal and hard rock is the sort of record that should be played on every single pub stereo when friday night rolls round. The performance from The Hand Of Doom’s singer Andreas 'Iggi' Rossner, all exuberant histrionics and ‘Release The Bats’-style melodrama, is particularly good value for money.

Workshed
Workshed

Workshed is the new project from former Cathedral members Adam Lehan and Mark Wharton. They continue their intense doom metal sound on a scathing album full of powerful riffs and severely pissed off vocals. Possibly not one to play to the children at bedtime it's further proof that these long dormant metal legends still have the bit between their teeth a quarter century after their most revered work. 
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Cult of Luna
A Dawn to Fear

Get yourself strapped in for the big one from heavy, heavy post metallers Cult of Luna as they take you on a 79 minute rollercoaster ride through their ominous atmospheres and pummelling riffs. The fact that they only manage eight songs in this time tells you all you need to know about the crushing slo-mo churns and brooding orchestrated blasts of post-rock from these long term heavies. For the uninitiated think Neurosis, Isis or the heavier end of the post- rock spectrum. 
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Cain
Cain

Another metal re-issue on Rise Above this time from Birmingham travellers Cain. They were made up of members of Doom and Extreme Noise Terror and were notable for infusing their sludgy riffing with influences from psychedelia, industrial music but most intriguingly sampling and ambient soundscapes. Sorta somewhere between Loop and Celtic Frost states the press release. Nothing if not unique.  

Ministry
Filth Pig

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Mortiferum
Disgorged From Psychotic Depths

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Vacivus
Annihilism

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Robedoor
Negative Legacy

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Eye Flys
Context

Here is one to blow away the cobwebs. Four musicians from bands such as Backslider and Full of Hell come together for a brand of vitriolic noise rock that has already drawn comparisons with such legendary rackateers such as the Melvins and Unsane. Get yourself strapped in for some ferocious riffing, pummelling drumming and vocals vomited out with ferocity as if singer Jake Smith is expecting the world to end any minute. Growly.  

Chelsea Wolfe
Birth of Violence

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Ufomammut
XX

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Kayo Dot
Blasphemy

Kayo Dot is the ever evolving project led by Toby Driver since 2003. They take elements of metal, goth and jazz and coagulate them into an intoxicating, cascading brew over which Driver adds his sonic concoctions. Fifteen years after their inception they unleash Blasphemy which is based on a story by Jason Byron concerning political greed. Who'd a thought that would be an inspiration in 2019? Some pretty nifty looking special editions available on this too.    

Daniel Menche
Melting Gravity

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Crypt Witch
Bad Trip Exorcism

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Motörhead
Bomber

1979 was the year that Motörhead truly came into their own, releasing two of their finest albums and nailing down their sound. To mark the 40th anniversary of that vintage year for Lemmy and his men, Bomber, their second album in 1979 alone, gets a deluxe half-speed re-mastered re-issue, presented as a triple album and including an unearthed live recording from Le Mans. 

Mastodon
Remission

A remixed and remastered edition of Remission, the debut album from now-iconic American heavy metal act Mastodon back in 2002. Making an immediate impact, Remission raised the bar for musicianship and songwriting among their peers forever more. This deluxe edition is presented on two splatter vinyls with some of the most eye-catching artwork we’ve ever seen! 

Linekraft / Alberich
Shock Industrialization

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Death
Live In L.A.

Ooph Death. Not looking forward to that at all. What I am looking forward to more is hearing this live document of the legendary band in concert in 1998. Recorded on the tour for their final album Sound of Perseverance, it is a timely reminder of the raw power and intense playing of the band in their heyday. Originally issued to help raise money for leader Chuck Schuldiner's cancer treatment. Sadly Schuldiner succumbed to that thing that we all must meet eventually in 2001 but through documents like this his legend lives on. 

Pharmakon
Devour

Margaret Chardiet drops her fourth LP as Pharmakon (anyone else reading that as ‘farm Akon’? Now there’s a thought…). Devour is the first album Chardiet has recorded live in the studio, and as such there’s a real feeling of spontaneity and immediacy to this tortured set of power electronics. Production from Uniform’s Ben Greenberg only adds to the intensity. You’re looking at the early days of Posh Isolation for Devour’s related records.

Thorr's Hammer
Live by Command of Tom G. Warrior

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Sleep
Sleep's Holy Mountain

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Uniform & The Body
Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back

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Firebreather
Under A Blood Moon

I'm a Firebreather, twisted Firebreather. This Gothenburg trio aren't quite as deafening as the Prodigy but they are still quite an intense experience playing a form of monolithic riff rock that has drawn comparisons to Monolord and High on Fire. Expect billowing guitar riffs hammering away beneath the gravelly vocals of Mattias Nööjd on songs which crucially never lose the groove. 

Ulver
Trolsk Sortmetall 1993 – 1997

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Wreck and Reference
Absolute Still Life

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Monolord
No Comfort

No Comfort, the fourth LP from Swedish group Monolord is also their first for Relapse Records. The trio make the step up with aplomb here, proving that they deserve their seat at the table with a set of doom-/stoner-metal hybrids. Tracks like ‘The Bastard Son’ break up the crushing riffage with some intricate incidental passages.

Rainbow Grave
No You

Few things released in 2019 are going to have the massive, weighty negativity of No You, the debut album from Birmingham-based Rainbow Grave on God Unknown Records. Promising to forge the blankness of classic punk and metal with a bombardment of psychedelic elements, this could be an unforgettable debut for the genre. 

Atrax Morgue
Red Box

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Diocletian
Amongst The Flames Of A Burning God

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Hey Colossus
Carcass / Medal

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Sunn O)))
Monoliths & Dimensions

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Hepa.Titus
Blue Fat Pussy

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Merzbow & Vanity Productions
Coastal Erosion

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Toshiji Mikawa
Radio Code

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Controlled Death
Symphony For The Black Murder

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Merzbow
Metalvelodrome

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Sins for Beginners
Fireburn the Bloodlot

Sins For Beginners isn't just that class Lucifer runs but an extreme noise/metal act who return with 'Fireburn the Bloodlot'. Expect riffs heavier than uranium and guitars distorted beyond belief. 'Fireburn the Bloodlot' sounds exactly as you'd expect it to: mean, meaty, and monstrous. For fans of Sunn O))) and the Skull Defekts. 
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Deflore and Jaz Coleman
Party In The Chaos

Jaz Coleman of Killing Joke doesn't care for many new bands. But, he does like at least one. Rome band Deflore impressed him so much from their support slot that he recorded an EP together, this EP! 'Party In The Chaos' is heavy as hell, an absolute ride. Coleman's vocals are the perfect foil to Deflore's riffage. 

Pailhead
Trait

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Harry Pussy
Ride A Dove

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Cherubs
Immaculada High

Cherubs are a noise rock trio from Austin, Texas (not to be confused with the ‘00s indie band of the same name) They have been together since 1991, but Immaculada High is only their fourth album, due to a 21 year mid-career break. The album was recorded at the aptly named Cacophony Studios in Austin. RIYL: Melvins, QOTSA, Metz, Butthole Surfers, Unsane.

Warm Boys
Warm Boys

Southend’s only minimal synth punk duo Warm Boys release their debut album this August. Recorded deep in the Essex countryside with John Hannon at NO, Warm Boys is an improvised lurch through minimal synth punk, kosmische and free jazz and includes a cover of Roxy Music’s sinister critique of opulence In Every Dream Home A Heartache Warm Boys was made using:Korg MS-20 Mini, Arturia MicroBrute, Casio MT-70, Korg Microkorg, Stylophone Gen X-1, Roland SH-101, Boss DR-110 and various pedals. Saxophone by George Cleghorn. Artwork by Paul Stride-Noble.

Ministry
The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste

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Chen Yi
The: 1978 - 1983

Reissue of the unfinished album by the Chen Yi artistic commune. Thanks to their brutal approach to music, they've been compared to the likes of Throbbing Gristle, Cabaret Voltaire and Severed Heads. This is likely what got John Peel interested which lead to an inexplicable CBS contract. Turned out it was actually just explicable and CBS pulled out. Featured here are both finished and unfinished songs.

Merzbow + HEXA
Achromatic

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Bongzilla
Methods For Attaining Extreme Altitudes

Bongzilla are a stoner rock/heavy metal band from Madison, Wisconsin. They formed in the mid-90s and are now back together following a 6 year break. Methods For Attaining Extreme Altitudes was their debut EP, originally released in 1998. The EP's three tracks clock in at an impressive total of 25 minutes. Rock on!

Bongzilla
Stash

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Bongzilla
Gateway

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Thought Broadcast
Abduction

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John Duncan & Joachim Nordwall
Conventional Wisdom

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Botanist
Hammer Of Botany + Oplopanax Horridus

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JK Flesh / Orphx
Light Bringer

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Zu
Carboniferous

Zu made a name for themselves blending (or abusing as the press release has it) forms of avant metal, electronics and industrial noise. So powerful in fact that it blew John Zorn away which given his output is quite the achievement. Carboniferous is their 2009 era classic featuring contributions from the likes of Mike Patton and King Buzzo. Strap yourself in and get your ears ready for this luxury gold vinyl re-press.  

Clay Rendering
California Black Vows

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Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard
Yn Ol I Annwyn

Reaching at least the top 5 of our annual “Doom Metal Band Name” ranking, Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard releases have always been a sure bet for fat riffs iced over huge, sluggish beats, with a few synthesizers added for flavor. Yn Ol I Annwyn is Welsh for Return to the Underworld, which is exactly what the record invites you to do.

Diacritical Mark
Lozenges (Regular Strength)

Improvised and recorded partly on an iPad, Diacritical Mark's new experimental piece Lozenges, suggests a reluctant acceptance in engaging with modern culture. It's an interesting dichotomy, then, that this is being released on tape. Although the press release highlights how Lozanges concentrates on the 'futility of trying to cope with regular life experiences', this tape is a wholly engaging and enjoyable listen. 

Opeth
My Arms Your Hearse

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Misfits
Famous Monsters

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Ministry
Twitch

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Nurse With Wound
NWW Play Changez Les Blockeurs

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Steven Stapleton / David Tibet
The Threat Of Memory

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Ministry
The Land of Rape and Honey

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Vatican Shadow / Various
Berghain 09

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