Totenwerk / Fanaticism

KR: Totenwerk appears to deliberately remain in the shadows, with quite a prolific body of work to date so far, though printed in very limited editions – there seems to be a following for the label and perhaps a certain “mystique” surrounding it. Under which circumstances did Totenwerk come to life?  TOTENWERK: The label was…

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Deadwood

***Interview completed in 2010 and originally intended for Waters Of Phlegethon printed zine, which never saw release due to faulty printing.*** Some basics out of the way first, and always a good way to begin an interview; could you please provide some background information on Deadwood, detailing your initial impulse to create your brand of…

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Gräuen Pestanz

***Interview completed in 2010 by K.R. and originally intended for Waters Of Phlegethon printed zine, which never saw release due to faulty printing.*** The earliest beginnings of Gräuen Pestanz saw the project originally taking form as a Black Metal band, later making the transition to purely Dark Ambient / Death Industrial based music. What swayed…

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Nechbeyth : Blood.Axis.Domination

2011 / 2014 : Vrykoblast Productions / Nuclear War Now! Format : CD / LP If the album art depicting various demons wielding tridents, vultures, gasmasks, the severed head of Christ, and Baphomet astride a giant inverted cross didn’t already state the obvious, these Singaporeans play violent and bestial Black / Death Metal.  Spread the…

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Brethren

K.R. interviews the legendary Power Electronics unit So far in 2008, Brethren has released a 10″ MLP entitled “The Chosen”, and you’ve also been a part of the Revolutionary Command “New Era” LP, lending your vocal abilities. How has the feedback been on both releases to date? The feedback has been positive. There have been…

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Sistrenatus : Division One

Cold Spring : 2007 Format : CD My first introduction to Sistrenatus came with this release. I was seeking out Harlowe MacFarlane’s contact details in the AM hours one night in concern to his old project Funerary Call, and discovered via Discogs.com that he’d been keeping himself busy with another project. Excitement and curiosity quickly…

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