Neither the first, best or most important of the old Russian record labels, but probably the only one which was ALL about Metal and nothing else. A few decent releases trumps the fact that they licensed a handful of crapfests and were a bit behind their time, so they definitely deserves the Corroseum-treatment (gargantuans like Melodia and Russian Disc would hardly fit the bill and contrary to common belief, neither would SNC or Moroz since their off-topic stuff came by the tankloads).
I'm afraid I can't supply any specific info about the label itself, other than the fact that they were the Metal-imprint of PolyGram Russia. In other words, not the zuper-kult, private DIY-label you'd want them to be.
|DC1-2||Cannibal Corpse||Tomb Of The Mutilated||LP||1993||Licensed from Metal Blade Records (1992).|
|DCR 002||Valkyria||s/t||LP||1993||Printable insert scan|
|DCR 003||Unleashed||Shadows In The Deep||LP||1994||Licensed from Century Media (1992).|
|DCR 005||Legion||Knights Of Cross||LP||1994|
|DCR 006||Tiamat||Clouds||LP||1994||Licensed from Century Media (1992).|
|DCR 007||Master||Maniac Party||LP||1994|
|DCR 9||Paradise Lost||Icon||LP||1994||Licensed from Music For Nations (1993).|