Sunday, July 31, 2011

Diocletian - Live in Denver 12-07-2010

Another live recorded made by Vorfeed ( This one may sound better than the Rites of Darkness II recording I posted the other day.

She posted these in FLAC as well, and I've included links to both her original FLAC files and my 320kbps MP3 conversion.

Grab the FLAC here:

Grab the MP3s here:

Here's the text from her INFO.TXT file since I didn't include it in the mp3 download
Blast-O-Mat, Denver, CO, USA
December 07, 2010

Lineage: SP-BMC-2 > MM-EBM-1 battery box with 95Hz bass roll-off > Tascam DR-03(16/44K/Stereo) > Audacity (split tracks) > Trader's Little Helper > you

01. Doom Cult
02. Order of The Ironfist
03. Sect of Swords
04. Deathstrike Overkill
05. Nuclear Vomited
06. Werewolf Directive
07. (Technical Difficulties)
08. Desolate Earth
09. Blood Aeon
10. Antichrist Hammerfist
11. Might Is Right
12. Bullet Vomited
13. Infernos
14. Heretics

Notes: If I remember correctly, they had a bit of trouble with one of the amps between the end of Werewolf Directive and the start of Antichrist Hammerfist. Still a top-notch set -- killer New Zealand black/death chaos! Hail Doom Cult!

Support the band -- buy their albums & DO NOT SELL THIS RECORDING.

Grab the full size cover I made for the recording here.

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Diocletian - Live at Rites of Darkness II

Excellent live recording of Diocletian from Rites of Darkness II on December 11th 2010. The recording was made by Vorfeed ( It was originally in FLAC, but I've converted to 320kpbs MP3 to save space. I've included her original FLAC links though, so you have a choice.

This recording sounds much better than the official Diocletian split live tape that was released recently.

Download here:

The FLAC files have no cover art, so if you're anal about that sort of thing like I am, you may want to save the cover I made for it from the blog here, or make your own.

Friday, July 29, 2011

Nemo - 8-bit Grindography

There doesn't seem to be anyplace to easily find this grindcore band's discography. I'm fixing that. This release compiles all the songs that I'm aware of into one easy to grab release.

These guys played what could be called 8-bit grindcore, which makes liberal use of Atari style sounds mixed with ferocious drum machine grind.

Probably the best of the video-game styled bands in my opinion.


Sunday, July 24, 2011

Living Impaired - Blossom and Decay

Living Impaired

Their debut album, World Keeps Spinning, was decent but nothing amazing, but the follow-up, Blossom and Decay is one of those albums that even though I have it in my collection, I frequently forget how good it really is. This is unique death metal with a hint of dissonant hardcore flavor. It sounds like it wouldn't work, but it does...really well. This used to be findable for dirt cheap in many second hand online shops, but I think with the recent (semi) explosion in obscure metal has caused a lot of places to charge stupid amounts for this. It also seem to not be available on the web in digital format except for on this blog, which surprised the hell out of me.

With Hell our Road Ends -
Basic Values -