Italian Metal Heroes - collectors editions

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The label seems to be located a spit away from me. Which means postage could be quite low. and producing lathe cuts... Wow!
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The Neumann cutting head is good news. Since these are not limited I shall wait after the heat of the summer to get them. Also to hear feedback on what the overall impression of the finished item.

Is there any plans to do a Gunfire one and include material left off the vinyl reissue of the EP & Demo?
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doomedplanet wrote: Mon Aug 01, 2022 11:19 pm Is there any plans to do a Gunfire one and include material left off the vinyl reissue of the EP & Demo?
Sorry,no, we got in touch with the band some months ago but they seemed not interested...but never say never,maybe they could change idea one day...some other bands not interested are Animal Farm,Berserks,Crossbones,Halloween and a few others but believe me what we are working on will worth the time and the money :wink:
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Number 3 of is out!!!

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Bloody Skizz from Milano, the EP includes the songs originally released as a 7" in 1982 and two live
tracks,I want to be free (an original and unreleased song) and Deuce (Kiss cover)

Next releases in order are:

Braindamage - demo 1989 (thrash metal)
Acido - demo 1986
Rod Sacred - demo 1988
Headcrasher - demo 1986
Valchiria - first demo 1988 (prog metal band from Roma)
Feline Melinda - first demo
Keen Eyed - demo compilation

Also available is the official t-shirt of the collection edition,price is ten euro,sizes from S to 2XL:

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For info and order https://auashop.com/
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Apparently Beserks are not interested at all and have knocked back quite a few labels. Wonder why? :?

Is it in situations like these that perhaps a decent bootleg just might be justified?

*ducks for cover*
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Auarecords doesn't make bootlegs,all the stuff is released with the agreement of the bands :wink:

Personally i have my own original copy of Berserks from decades but i understand people who cannot afford to buy today an expensive copy...what can i say? the Berserks guys are no more interested in metal and in their past...story closed :(

Btw, number 4 is out,Braindamage demo Kingdom of Madness is available!

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and here is the discogs page:


https://www.discogs.com/label/2874056-I ... -1980-1990
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I meant if someone else decided to do a bootleg of them - wasn't suggesting you should. :)
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Really liking the cover designs with the border 'legend' tying everything together. A very elegant design solution allowing for variety whilst also keeping continuity. Please pardon my design geekery. :oops:
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J. wrote: Thu Aug 11, 2022 9:03 am Apparently Beserks are not interested at all and have knocked back quite a few labels. Wonder why? :?

Is it in situations like these that perhaps a decent bootleg just might be justified?

*ducks for cover*
Well, it's their music and if they don't want it to be reissued, I understand and support it 100%
I dont have the record and would love a reissue because the album is a great one, but I would never justify a boot just because the band is against it
Just my opinion of course
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After a few weeks of vacation here we are again (ehi,this summer here was really damn hot...)

In the meanwhile the Acido ep is now available for orders:

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Braindamege unboxing Braindamage!!! :D



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#3 Bloody Skizz:

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The official Italian Metal Heroes facebook page/group:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/371390521777583

To post and discuss everything about the italian metal scene from 1980 to 1990 circa,tons of rare pics,zines,demos,flyers,memorabilia etc. etc.
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Next releases from here to the end of november are Rod Sacred,Sagoth,Powerage,Sabotage,Odds,Ransackers,Axe Hero.
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This is such an amazingly cool project and I wish there was some way I could pay for some sort of "weekly subscription", but alas I'm in a period where I have to cut down on record-spending A LOT... :(
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