Sutekh Hexen – Salem LP

Salem is a live, impromptu field-recording by GreySun Records which provides a rare window into the improvisational and un-scripted creative realms of Sutekh Hexen. Finding the collective at their most forthright and primitive to date, Sutekh Hexen conjures something entirely original within their own construct. Upon completion came reflection and context, which yielded a challenging […]

Scuba Death – The Worm At The Core LP

There is a new burner from Scuba Death (aka Richard Donoso) and like his previous work, its one for the books. 2 sides of the dubby beats, drones and the underwater creepies. Available now from Further Records (who are matching ACLU donations – 100% digi/50% physical) on black and blue vinyl The Worm at the […]

Eternal Champion – The Armor of Ire LP

If the cockles of thy cold, black heart aren’t warmed by Eternal Champion’s logotype or cover art then this album is clearly not for you. Move along. If, however, you are aroused by every scantily-clad, leg-clinging, questionably-rendered female form you’ve ever laid your eyes upon, then take a moment away from sharpening your battle axe or greasing your pecs […]

Rhinocervs – RH07 LP

You should know that we are huge fans of the Rhinocervs tapes over here at OMG. Unsure what the old crew is up to these days, but Final Agony is doing the Dark Lord’s good work getting these remastered and released on vinyl. Red vinyl disappeared pretty quickly over the weekend, and at a limitation […]

Mount Eerie – A Crow Looked At Me LP

“Nothing wise or learned, just the described experience of living through unimaginable domestic obliteration, with names and dates.” You can read up on Phil’s recent life/death experience a lot of other places, we are just here to tell you that the new Mount Eerie album is up for preorder: pwelverumandsun.com A Crow Looked At Me by […]

Billy Gomberg – Slight At That Contact LP

One great thing about Gomberg’s work, is his use of the room. Every surface in said room, whether small and wooden, or large and cavernous, they all seem to be alive, pulsing and critical to the sound’s over all success—and Slight At That Contact is certainly that. Two sides of churning synths and crackling, skittering […]

Deathspell Omega – The Synarchy of Molten Bones LP

Winter is on its way. The harbinger of this message is the new Deathspell Omega record The Synarchy of Molten Bones which pierces the gray clouds of mediocrity as a whirling mass of blastbeats, icy angular guitars and trademark esotericism. Kind of a no-brainer, really. Pre-orders now up direct from the force itself. The Synarchy […]

Kindling – Everywhere Else LP

It’s no secret. We like Kindling. Stephen Pierce, Gretchen Williams & Co. rip through twelve tracks of thick, low end pop-gaze on ‘Everywhere Else’ that is sure to satiate your need for viscous sounds. Like a well crafted New England style IPA, this bad boy is right up in your grill with notes of stonefruit […]

Thor & Friends – Self Titled LP

Remember that time you saw Swans and there was that one burly dude playing all kinds of auxiliary instruments while Gira was on his spirit quest? Well, said dude was Thor Harris, and he’s teamed up with Peggy Ghorbani and Sarah Gautier (as well as Jeremy Barnes and Heather Trost of A Hawk & A […]

Thee Oh Sees – Live In San Francisco LP + DVD

I’m sold on the cover photograph alone, but if you need more convincing: it is worth mentioning that Thee Oh Sees are objectively proven to be the greatest live band of all time. Or so I’ve heard; I’ll have to rely on documentation like this in order to confirm: castlefacerecords.com.