Recent Metal finds (2010 edition)

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Post#1141 » Mon Sep 06, 2010 4:25 pm

Holy schmoly, that Vermin cover is sweet! How does it sound?
Astra Wally wrote:This 7" arrived at home today:

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Does someone know more about this obscure Belgian band?
Didn't find any infos about them or this 7" on the internet, even the Den Of Iniquity website doesn't list it.

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Post#1142 » Tue Sep 07, 2010 11:48 am

A-side is kind of semi-ballad, uninteresting but it is bearable.
B-side is already better, a bit in an nwobhm style, quite heavy but nothing really great unfortunately.
It was released in 1988.
I'll have a second copy next week for trade if someone is interested
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Post#1143 » Tue Sep 07, 2010 12:12 pm

Astra Wally wrote:A-side is kind of semi-ballad, uninteresting but it is bearable.
B-side is already better, a bit in an nwobhm style, quite heavy but nothing really great unfortunately.
It was released in 1988.
I'll have a second copy next week for trade if someone is interested
1988 ?? Weird ! By looking at the cover, I would have said 1981-1982 !

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Post#1144 » Tue Sep 07, 2010 12:42 pm

omen of hate wrote: 1988 ?? Weird ! By looking at the cover, I would have said 1981-1982 !
I also got that impression.

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Post#1145 » Tue Sep 07, 2010 1:19 pm

My own copy of Watching From a Distance, finally! Jeez, I'm slack.
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Post#1146 » Tue Sep 07, 2010 1:43 pm

omen of hate wrote:
Astra Wally wrote:A-side is kind of semi-ballad, uninteresting but it is bearable.
B-side is already better, a bit in an nwobhm style, quite heavy but nothing really great unfortunately.
It was released in 1988.
I'll have a second copy next week for trade if someone is interested
1988 ?? Weird ! By looking at the cover, I would have said 1981-1982 !
Belgium was always somewhat behind...not only in metal...
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Post#1147 » Wed Sep 08, 2010 3:50 am

another classic needed in my collection which i found for cheap (7 dollars) in mint conditions,btw it was a non-metal record shop: Loudness-Thunder in the East Lp

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Post#1148 » Wed Sep 08, 2010 1:03 pm

Alligator - Cerebral Implosion

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Post#1149 » Wed Sep 08, 2010 4:04 pm

SideShow wrote:Alligator - Cerebral Implosion
I really wish somebody reissue first album on cd ... that is 100 times better !

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Post#1150 » Thu Sep 09, 2010 12:52 pm

Isengard, Vinterskugge, 2002 ish w/ slipcase.
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Post#1151 » Thu Sep 09, 2010 2:51 pm

Was at a record fair on Saturday and picked up three albums by American bands that we don't see that often over here; Crysys Hard As Rock, Sinful's Gonna Raise Hell and Hittman's self titled. Not rare I know but pretty good!

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Post#1152 » Thu Sep 09, 2010 6:42 pm

Ernest Thesiger wrote:Isengard, Vinterskugge, 2002 ish w/ slipcase.
Good album.

I've bought a ton of common stuff recently which I'm too lazy to list, but here are some of my better pulls in the last couple months:

Anacrusis - Suffering Hour LP
Bellzlleb - s/t LP
Black Task - s/t MLP
Dark Age - s/t LP
Deliverance - Devils Meat LP
Deliverance - Evil Frienship LP
Doom - No More Pain LP + flexi
Fantom Warior - Fantasy or Reality LP
Flight Charm - Waiting White Lady LP
Ground Zero - Gate of Death LP +flexi
Morbid Vison - The Firstborn CD
My-Lai - Attilas Horses CD
Outrage - s/t EP
Psychose - Ta Destruction CD
Reencarnacion - 888 Metal LP (original)
Sabbat - Evoke CD (Evil)
Satan's Host - Metal From Hell LP (original)
Savage Grace - Master of Disguise LP
Shellshock - Protest and Resistance CD
Siren - No Place Like Home LP
Stone - No Anaesthesia LP
Stone Colours LP
The Datura - One Night Dream LP
V/A - Sword of Death to Thrash LP
Znowhite - Live Suicide

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Post#1153 » Fri Sep 10, 2010 6:29 am

perishinflames wrote:
Ernest Thesiger wrote:Isengard, Vinterskugge, 2002 ish w/ slipcase.
Good album.

I've bought a ton of common stuff recently which I'm too lazy to list, but here are some of my better pulls in the last couple months:

Anacrusis - Suffering Hour LP
Bellzlleb - s/t LP
Black Task - s/t MLP
Dark Age - s/t LP
Deliverance - Devils Meat LP
Deliverance - Evil Frienship LP
Doom - No More Pain LP + flexi
Fantom Warior - Fantasy or Reality LP
Flight Charm - Waiting White Lady LP
Ground Zero - Gate of Death LP +flexi
Morbid Vison - The Firstborn CD
My-Lai - Attilas Horses CD
Outrage - s/t EP
Psychose - Ta Destruction CD
Reencarnacion - 888 Metal LP (original)
Sabbat - Evoke CD (Evil)
Satan's Host - Metal From Hell LP (original)
Savage Grace - Master of Disguise LP
Shellshock - Protest and Resistance CD
Siren - No Place Like Home LP
Stone - No Anaesthesia LP
Stone Colours LP
The Datura - One Night Dream LP
V/A - Sword of Death to Thrash LP
Znowhite - Live Suicide
Where did you get the Psychose CD from?
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Post#1154 » Fri Sep 10, 2010 12:05 pm

Just got both of the Flying Skull albums,Darkness and Revelation,both on CD
Amazing albums indeed!Especially Revelation!
Never trust the Goblin King....

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Post#1155 » Fri Sep 10, 2010 6:29 pm

Got it from Karthago, and for quite a nice price too :wink:

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