Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Transcendental Power Violence

Column of Heaven, Altars (Music, 2011) from Justin Oakey on Vimeo.

Haven't had time for posting for a while and that isn't likely to change anytime soon

Things currently being worked on:

Blockade/ PHT split 7" (super fi), records pressed, awaiting the artwork being finished off

Column of Heaven - Mission From God 7" (SPHC), written and ready to be recorded, just figuring out the exact line up beyond me and Eric for this release. Two splits need to have the details finalised then i'll start writing them.

Nameless Dread - Coronation of the Beast CD (Crucial Blast) about to be mastered.

a band with 3/5's of the line up of Slaughter Strike is in extremely embryonic stages; if it continues expect a Survivalist release before the end of the year.


Druid Lord - Hymns for the Wicked LP
Nefandus - Death Holy Death LP
Paul Chain - Detaching From Satan 12"
Sick Seed - Great Corrupter LP
Opiate - First Document tape
Youth Korps - 1982 demo
Damnation AD - Kingdom of Lost Souls LP
Inside Out - No Spiritual Surrender 7"
Converge - Jane Doe LP


The Gnostic #4
Metalion: the Slayer Mag Diaries - Jon Kristiansen
GB84 - David Peace
The World of Perception - Merleau-Ponty


Absurd Exposition said...

best thing I've seen all day. that video was great.

Industrie Chimère Noire said...

image suits lyrics perfectly!! great video!
by the way, need help for the Column of Heaven 7'' artwork?

Anonymous said...

Awesome video! How do you like the Sick Seed-LP?

Anonymous said...

for some reason, i'm surprised you like converge.

Survivalist said...

they've never been on my radar to be honest. I wasn't very interested in anything they did before Jane Doe and i haven't heard a single note they've recorded since Jane Doe for some reason (no idea why). But i think Jane Doe is an excellent album, with perfect form on macro and micro levels (individual songs are put together amazingly, the album taken as a whole is pretty much perfect) that stands repeated listens (10 years at this point).

Saw them once, 98 maybe? They were OK, but like i said, i've just never cared for them, even though Jane Doe is such an incredible record.

And the Sick Seed LP is great, i prefer this direction over Gelsomina

The Dying Machine said...

The more I listen to that Opiate cassette, the more I enjoy it as well.

These Seans said...

Converge - 'You Fail Me' is really, really good too. They're worth seeing again live if you get the chance too, in '98 they may have been a little whatever, but they've really become a live force in the last ten years.