Seidr layout. Cold.

Seidr’s brilliant debut can be pre-ordered right now in The Flenser store at a discounted price.

Seidr is doom made by members of Panopticon and Wheels Within Wheels.

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Seidr Samples by FlenserRecords

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Seidr “For Winter Fire” Pre-Order

Seidr is a doom project out of Louisville Kentucky featuring Panopticon’s Austin Lunn and Crow from Wheels Within Wheels.

The CD of this master piece is up for pre-order now. For the first 4 days of the pre-sale the cost will be only $7.50US/$9.50 World post paid. After the first four days the pre-sale price will go up and then up again when the record is released. Please support independent music.

Please share and enjoy the following teaser which features a couple of short clips from the album.

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Seidr Samples by FlenserRecords

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Pale Chalice “Afflicting the Dichotomy of Trepid Creation” CD Now Available!

01 Transplant Of Dimensional Recourse by FlenserRecords

Pale Chalice have unleashed their debut EP ‘Afflicting the Dichotomy of Trepid Creation’ brandishing scathing black metal most akin to earlier work of Swedish masters Craft. Hornet’s nest guitars and thick rumbling war drums are coupled with mid-tempo, dissonant grooves that together evoke postapocalyptic madness rooted in traditional black metal ethos. The sweltering mass is coated by anguished howls still sizzling from radiation burn. Pale Chalice set themselves apart from the milieu of ever degenerating ‘black metal’ buffoons in generating forward thinking and unmistakably modern black metal that does not dishonor the roots of metal—groove and sheer power—aspects seemingly forgotten in the ongoing rape of the black metal tradition incited by the swinish multitude. To be sure, Pale Chalice do not reinvent the wheel with ‘Afflicting the Dichotomy of Trepid Creation’, but they do display 28-minutes of expertly executed and well written black bile performed with more conviction than one-hundred ‘standard black metal bands’ of today. Ultimately, Pale Chalice finds themselves among Dispirit, Necrite and Palace of Worms—stranded on the fog-soaked shores of San Francisco making real black metal. -D.L.

 

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Necrite & Bosse-de-Nage SHIRTS

The Flenser has a small number of Necrite and Bosse-de-Nage shirts available for order now.
SHIRTS RESTOCKED AS OF 24 JANUARY 2010. ALL SHIRTS IN STOCK.

Necrite “Sic Transit Gloria Mundi” shirt designed by Kevin Gan Yuen who also did the album artwork.

Sizes Small, Medium, Large and X-Large
US $17.50 postpaid
World $21.50 postpaid
Bosse-de-Nage “Hand of DOOM” shirt..


Sizes: Small, Medium, Large and X-Large
US $17.50 postpaid
World $21.50 postpaid

Because of the small numbers in stock please email orders[at]theflenser.com
SHIRTS RESTOCKED AS OF 24 JANUARY 2010. ALL SHIRTS IN STOCK.

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NECRITE – “Sic Transit Gloria Mundi” ON SALE NOW

After six years and five demos of anticipation San Jose black metal tyrants Necrite have finally unleashed their debut curse upon us: Sic Transit Gloria Mundi. Seamlessly fusing elements of droning doom, funeral ambience and thrashing black metal, Sic Transit Gloria Mundis is a monument in the legacy of West Coast black metal along with the likes of Weakling’s Dead as Dreams and Leviathan’s Tenth Sublevel of Suicide. Necrite have managed to craft some of the most visceral and demonic audio terror around, forgoing traditional song structure and predictability in lieu of a pure unflinching devotion to creating the aural essence of death. This debut oozes tarry black hatred from every pore, and bleeds into its own mouth perpetually; and leaves the listener with out a shadow of a doubt that it is the product of a fanatical loyalty to misanthropy, insanity, hatred and death. With Sic Transit Gloria Mundis Necrite brightly outshine the endless torrents of talentless crap flooding the airwaves and earned themselves a spot among the decaying world’s ever dwindling black metal elite. -D.L.

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You can hear the album version of the track “Bereft of Hope” here:

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New Site is Up

The new Flenser Records site is up now.

There are still changes to be made but basically we are are rolling. We had to switch servers and ran into some unexpected problems so we had a bit of email downtime. If for some reason you have send us mail in the past 24 hours and have not gotten a response please message us again..
Latest releases:

Palace of Worms “Lifting the Veil” Tape. Order here.

Skagos/Panopticon “Split” CD. Order here.


Next Release:

NECRITE “Sic Transit Gloria Mundi” CD

You can hear the track “Bereft of Hope” at Stereogum HERE.

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The Flenser Welcomes the Chalice


Pale Chalice. Soon…

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Palace of Worms “Lifting the Veil” TAPE

Available now:

40+ minutes of new material by single person black metal entity Palace of Worms. This was written and recorded for release on cassette only! Limited to 150 pro manufactured tapes.

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American black metal despot Palace of Worms returns with “Lifting the Veil,” another nail in the coffin of the depressing trend of hipster black metal. A brilliant follow up to the infinitely layered and terrifyingly perverse masterpiece “The Forgotten.” Once again, Balan conjures a unique and churning work that in a single breath defines black metal. “Lifting the Veil” offers 40+ minutes of angular, ugly, suffocating and utterly hate-filled atmosphere, subtly amalgamating elements of thrash, doom, post-rock and dark ambient under the fetid banner of black metal. Those familiar with Palace of Worms know to expect nothing less than truly impressive musicianship and a uniquely demented take on the dark arts of black metal informed as much by classics like “A Blaze in the Northern Sky” as by the twisted visions of bands like Leviathan and Ruins of Bevarast. “Lifting the Veil” differs from “The Forgotten,” in its unhealthy obsession with atmospherics, it reveals the world as it truly is, a rotten, doomed rock hurling through an infinite void, a realization that will leave listeners despotic and enlightened. Ultimately “Lifting the Veil” is a welcome chapter in the legacy of Palace of Worms, as well as an appropriate expression of disgust toward the progressively condemning nature of our obsession with modernity. -D.L.

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SKAGOS/PANOPTICON “split” Out Now!

Out now.

Skagos- a 27+ minute long Cascadian manifesto that is lyrically complex and genre confounding.

Panopticon- delivers 24 minutes of raw introspection and reproach of western values swirled into a meditation of facing ones own mortality

Presented in a digipack CD. The artwork is made of photographs that Bekah Lundr took in Norway and have a very rich saturated feel. Logos and additional designs are printed over the artwork in UV gloss so you can enjoy the images without much getting between you and the artwork. The UV print is a clear coating so that you can see only when light reflects correctly on it.

For sample tracks scroll down to the previous post.

Order it directly from the Flenser for cheap. We also have some special packages available such the Split cd+Panopticon’s “Collapse” 2xlp, and the entire Flenser catalog (including the SKAGOPTICON!) at good prices.

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SKAGOS/PANOPTICON SPLIT PRE-ORDER

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Skagos- a 27+ minute long Cascadian manifesto that is lyrically complex and genre confounding.

Panopticon- delivers 24 minutes of raw introspection and reproach of western values swirled into a meditation on facing ones own mortality

Presented in a digipack CD. The artwork is made of photographs that Bekah Lundr took in Norway and they have a very rich saturated feel. Logos and additional designs are printed over the artwork in UV gloss so you can enjoy the images without much getting between you and the artwork.

Price goes up when CD’s arrive.

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Skagos:

 

Panopticon:

 

Track Listing – Skagos:
1. Smoldering Embers (12:33)
2. Anamnesis II: A Dry, Sterile Thunder,
Without Rain (15:15)
Panopticon
3. A Message to the Missionary (7:06)
4. ..Seeing.. (8:08)
5. Watching You (9:14)

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