• Distribution,  ¿Cultura?

    NOISE RECEPTOR JOURNAL ISSUE NO.8





    NOISE RECEPTOR JOURNAL ISSUE NO.8

    CONTENT

    Long-form interviews with: Moral Order, Post Scriptvm & Total Black & Nordvargr (30+ year/career spanning interview).
    Detailed report / photos of the Dominion of Flesh: 5 Years of Cloister Recordings festival.
    Reviews: 50+ detailed reviews (ambient/ industrial/ experimental / power electronics etc.).
    Artwork: Original cover artwork + review section artwork by Nordvargr.
    FORMAT

    A5 Format

    Professional print, colour cover, grey-scale throughout.
    ‘Perfect bound’ spine, with matt laminate, thick card stock cover.
    90 pages in length.
    Limited to 600 copies.

  • Distribution,  Vinyl

    Nordvargr – Pyrrhula (Vinyl, LP)


    Nordvargr – Pyrrhula (Vinyl, LP)
    Label: Cold Spring – CSR98LP
    Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Remastered
    Country: UK
    Released: May 21, 2021
    Style: Dark Ambient, Drone, Doom Metal

    Recorded winter/spring 2008 at Villa Bohult, Sweden.

    This edition has been restored from the original masters, and further refined for the vinyl format.

    Based on Swedish doomlord mythology.

    Partly based on an old Swedish folktale, Pyrrhula (“doomlord”) is a pitch black journey into utter darkness. This is a tale of foreboding doom… a portent of dark times to come… a blight on the face of this earth. These eight Black Ambient / Doom / Droneworks were brought forth from the abyss of Villa Bohult exclusively for Cold Spring and contain the malevolent vocals of Lord Nordvargr himself!.

    “Beware the small creatures of light, they only bring misery and death upon the enlightened ones. For they will paint their breast with blood and reap your unborn angels.”

    Ltd x 500 copies on pale amber vinyl.
    Black Fruit Of The Loom Heavy Cotton t-shirt with front and back print.

    Composed By – Henrik Nordvargr Björkk
    Recorded winter/spring 2008 at Villa Bohult, Sweden.
    Artwork – Abby Helasdottir
    Mastered By – Martin Bowes

    Reviews:

    «What is most remarkable about ‘Pyhrrhula’ is given how unrelenting it is, it is an easy album to listen to. There are some pretty great melodies hidden in there… If ‘Pyrrhula’ was colour it would be vantablack, or more correctly the spectrum of darkness, and black, ending in vantablack. It’s an album that feels like it sucks the air out of the room. It makes you sit still and take notice, but most importantly, it still sounds as epic and devastating as it did 13 years ago.» (Vital Weekly)