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Expensive Black Death & Metal CDs I Picked Up From A Califonia Collector

Baphomet – The Dead Shall Inherit CD 1992 Peaceville – VILE 31 CD

This is a small but valuable group of high-dollar CDs I picked up from a collector in Northern California. While this isn’t a massive collection (numbering less than 40 CDs), I buy both small and large collections — none is too big or too small. If you have a collection like this you would like to sell contact me.

In this group of CDs, there are a lot of great rare CDs from European record labels like No Fashion Records, No Colours, and Necropolis Records that are all out-of-print. Some of the titles have never been reissued, and many others have. Regardless, the original 90s pressings are very sought after and quite expensive.

List Of Black Death Metal CDs

122 Stabwounds – The deity of perversion (HNF023CD)

A Canorous Quintet – Silence of the world below (NFR019)

Aesma Daeva – The Eros of Frigid Beauty (ROE033)

Arckanum – Fran Marder (NR008)

Baphomet – The dead shall inherit ( VILE31cd )

Burzum – Burzum\Aske (AMAZON 003/EYE 003)Digipak Top spine slight wear

Carpathian Forest – Through chasm caves and titan woods (AV011)

Celtic Frost -Morbid Tales / Emperor’s Return (WK44450)

Covenant – In times before the light (GRIMM ONE CD)

Dawn – Naer solen gar niper for evogher (NR006)

Dawn – Sorgh pa svarte flogh (NR6664)

Death – Spiritual Healing (COMBAT 88561-2011-2)

Forest of impaled – Forward the spears (RSR-0167) 

I.C.E – Apocalyptic end in white (CMU 61129)

Immortal – Blizzard beasts Etched embossed case (OPCD LC2406)

Immortal – At the heart of winter (OPCD  LC2406)

Immortal -Battles in the north (OPCD LC2406)

Godless North – Summon the age of supremacy (M.R.BON9CD)

Graveland – In the glare of burning churches (NC009)

Judas Iscariot – The cold earth slept below … (DEAD 14 CD)

Kreator – Extreme Aggression (EK 45254)

King Diamond – Them (RRD 9550)

Massacre – Enjoy the violence (SHARK018)

Masters Hammer – Slagry (KRON-H 03)

Necropolis – Nordic Metal (Tribute to Euronymous) (NR009)

Ophthalamia – A journey in darkness (AV003)

Satyricon – Dark medieval times (FOG001)

Seance – Fornever laid to rest (BMCD17)

Tartaros – The Red Jewel (NR 042)

Vinterriket -Berglandsschaften 2001-2004 Limited Ed DGSLIP(MORNING 010 / AP 038)

Wigrid – Hoffnungstod ( NC 051)

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Mega-Rare Collection Of 90s Black/Death Metal CDS from Sweden

This video shows a crazy rare collection of black and death metal CDs from the 90s thru 2000s that I bought from a collector in Sweden. There is a ton of crazy out-of-print stuff from labels that are now out of business in Europe. However, many of these CDs have since been reissued by Metal Blade, Napalm, Century Media, and others. You can get many of these reissues, but the originals are easily worth 20-50 dollars (sometimes less, sometimes more).

I didn’t have time to put together a complete list for this month’s blog update, but you can see all of them in the video, and I have taken some time to highlight a few of the best ones I’ve found from this collection.

Big CDs In This Collection

Monstrosity – Imperial Doom CD

Monstrosity – Imperial Doom CD 1992 Nuclear Blast – NB 055 CD [ORIGINAL PRESS] – Monstrosity was a death metal band that became the jump-off point for many death metal musicians, most famously, George “Corpsegrinder” who is currently fronting Cannibal Corpse, which is probably what makes this CD worth so much. This CD goes on eBay / Discogs for north of 100 dollars.

Mayhem: Deathcrush CD

Mayhem: Deathcrush CD 1994 Deathlike Silence – DSP Anti-Mosh 003 NORWAY – Mayhem’s debut EP. While is technically a reissue, this was the first time this album came out officially on CD. This item is heavily counterfeited and reissued. Only the first press had no barcode on the tray card.

Thornium – Dominions Of The Eclipse CD

Thornium – Dominions Of The Eclipse CD 1995 Necromantic – NGP 005 Netherlands – Recorded in 1994 this release from the Swedish black metal band Thornium is worth around 100 bucks. I’m not sure why, it just is!

Behemoth – And The Forests Dream Eternally CD

Behemoth – And The Forests Dream Eternally CD 1995 Entropy – DE 101MCD *Italy – Minialbum released very early in their career and never reissued to the mid-2000s. Song #4 “Evil and Hate” is a tribute to Bathory.

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Rare Unofficial Punk and Metal LPS For Sale

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I have the following very rare punk and metal unofficial (or semi-official) available for purchase. These titles cause problems when listed on eBay or are not allowed on Discogs.

If you are in LA, I can do pickup in Hollywood. Shipping is via Paypal. All prices include shipping (it is free within the United States).

Send me an email if you have questions.

Available For Sale

Sinister – Diabolical Summoning Picture Disc 2014 – RARE!! – 95$

Samhain – Unholy Passion LP 2016 D. & V. Records – DV008 – VG+/EX RUSSIA 60$ – RARE

Tool – Ænima LP Zoo Entertainment (3) – 72445-11087-1 – 100$ – NM/NM

Four Old 7″ s On A 12″ 2007l– SRA 9510 PUNK COMPILATION 1984 – 30$ VG+/EX

The Misfits – Beware LP 2000 Plan 9 – PLP9 GERMANY VG+/EX $100

The Berkeley Symphony Orchestra / Frank Zappa – Son Of Serious Music LP 1984 ICA Masterworks – JUN 161984 EX GERMANY $50

Buzzcocks – Another Razor In A Different Face (Live NYC, 79) LP 2000 Pulsebeat Music EX/EX ITALY – 50$

Void – Hit And Run + Condensed Flesh Demos LP 2010 Weekend Punk Records EX/EX 30$

The Damned – Noise Is For Heroes LP 2003 Nasty Nasty Records – NASTY NASTY 006 NM/NM LIMITED 300 NUMBERED 50$

Syd Barrett – Syd Barrett And The Pink Floyd Demos And Rarities LP 2012 Swing Shift Records UK – VG+/EX UL $50

AOA – Who Are They Trying To Con LP 1985 Children Of The Revolution Records – COR 4 EX/EX UK $60

Cobra  – Hits Rarities & More 82-91 LP 2007 (Cobra (15)) – TOO-001 NM/NM $24

Misfits – The Evil Dead IV LP 1988 VG+/VG+ GERMANY 100$

Misfits – If You Don’t Know This Song… – What The Fuck Are You Doing Here? LP 1988 Red Vinyl EX/NM – 100$

Moonblood – Fullmoon Witchery LP 2005 EX/EX Limited 215 Copies – RARE! EX/EX – $150

Misfits – Last Caress Live In Detroit 1983 Fm Broadcast LP 1989 Radio X – RXXX1983 – SEALED – $100 – RARE

The Templars – The Return Of Jacques De Molay LP 1994 Dim Records – DIM 022 EX/EX GERMANY – $50

Samhain – Initium LP 2014 Plan 9 – PL9-04 SEALED / COLOR UNKNOWN – $70

Corrosion Of Conformity – Eye For An Eye LP Orange Label (Year Unknown) – $50

Bathory – Bathory (Yellow Goat) LP 1997 Black Mark Label – BMLP-666-1 VG+/EX Sweden – 75

Samhain – November-Coming-Fire LP 2014 Plan 9 – PL9-07 Sealed Color Unknown $60

Slayer – The Songbook Of The Antichrist Part 2 LP 2008 – HTWDD-IC-0801-2 VG+/EX – $60 **SOLD**

Misfits – Descent Into Evil LP 2017 Plan 9 – PL9-12 SEALED $40

The Subhumans – Incorrect Thoughts LP 1985 CD Presents, Ltd. – CD036 VG+/EX – $85

Eye Of The Thrashguerilla LP 1999 – 大隊 Records – 002 GERMANY EX/EX – $50

Misfits – Walk Among You (Live @ Michigan Union Ballroom, Detroit, 1983 WCBN FM Radio Broadcast) LP 2015 Bad Joker – BOSS 5-1987 SEALED NETHERLANDS $50

Slayer – Show No Mercy LP 2013 Roadrunner Records – RR 9868 EX/EX $100

Danzig – Danzig LP 2014 Def American Recordings – DEF 24208 – GREY MARBLED VINYL GATEFOLD RARE – $100

Joy Division – Amsterdam LP 1981 – FAC (PRO1) A&B EX/EX – $70

Bathory – In Memory Of Quorthon LP 2009 UK VG+/EX – RARE! – $50

Suicidal Tendencies – 1982 Demos LP 2008 Die Hard – Die673 VG+/NM $35

Samhain – Season Of The Dead LP 1988 Fiend Club EX/EX RARE – $150

Tool – 10,000 Days LP 2008 Volcano – 82876 81991-1LP RED EX/EX – $100

Danzig – Life Without A Net Demo 1987 LP 2018 Yellow Dog Records – YDLP009 EX/EX GERMANY $50

Oi Of Japan LP 1985 AA Records – AA-016 EX/EX NETHERLANDS – $50

Cro-Mags – Age Of Quarrel 10″ LP VG/VG+ – $50

G.I.S.M. – Militaly Affairs Neurotic LP 2015 Noise Not Music – NNT 022 JAPAN EX/NM – $50 Brown Vinyl with Poster

The Kids – The Kids LP 2011 Philips – 6320 041 EX/EX $50

Joy Division – Let The Movie Begin LP 2008 Ozit-Morpheus Records – OZIT LP 8795 EX/EX UK – $100

Misfits – We Bite (Live At Irving Plaza, New York 27th March 1982) LP 2019 Suicidal Records – SUX282 PINK VINYL NM EUROPE – $30

Samhain – Initium LP 2016 Plan 9 – PL9-04 NM/NM PURPLE – $70

GISM – Detestation/M.A.N. LP 2013 DOUBLE ALBUM – VERY RARE NM/NM $100

Misfits – Legacy Of Brutality LP Picture Disc 2002 Plan 9 – PL9-06 VG+ Europe $50

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Sacrifice – Live At The Starwood Club Toronto Nov 23 1985 – RARE LP ALERT!

SACRIFICE THRASH METAL BAND CANADA

Toronto’s Sacrifice is definitely on my list of metal bands that should have been bigger. 1985’s “Torment in Fire” is the first wave black metal classic, and 1987’s “Forward To Termination” is a thrash metal classic that is easily on par or better than many of their peers from the Golden Age Of Metal. Despite playing the right kind of music at precisely the right time and quite well, mainstream success was in the cards for Sacrifice.

The band released a few more albums in the early 90s, then broke up and reformed in 2008, and is still active today.

Sacrifice in 2009

Newly released on Blessed Curse Recordings comes an excellent treat for a fan of this band. “Sacrifice – Live At The Starwood Club Toronto Nov 23, 1985” documents the band (as the title would suggest) — Sacrifice playing a live set very early in their career between the release of “Torment in Fire” and “Forward To Termination“.

New Live Album 2022

Sacrifice - Live At The Starwood Club Toronto Nov 23 1985

All of the songs are selections from “Torment In Fire” and are as follows:

  1. POSSESSION
  2. SACRIFICE
  3. INFERNAL VISIONS
  4. TURN IN YOUR GRAVE
  5. BURNED AT THE STAKE
  6. HOMICIDAL BREATH
  7. NECRONOMICON
  8. DECAPITATION
  9. BEYOND DEATH

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The recordings are rough and raw but are far from terrible. Unfortunately, there are only 500 copies of this album available, and they are hand-numbered, so grab one while you can.

Our store is now open, and you can grab a copy here.

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Napalm Death / Final Conflict Show Review – Transplants Brewing Company, Palmdale, CA (4/15/2022)

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We decided to take a chance and drive an hour outside of LA to catch Napalm Death playing with Final Conflict at Transplants Brewing Company in Palmdale, CA, on April 15, 2022. I wasn’t sure what to expect from the venue, but I have to say I was thoroughly impressed. Transplants Brewing Company is easily better than EVERY venue in Los Angeles right now. There was plenty of free parking (as opposed to the $30 many venues in LA charge), 7$ beers brewed in-house, a friendly staff, and the place has a great sounding room. If you live in LA, it is definitely worth the trip.

A local support act was on the bill and was actually pretty good, not life-changing good, but they were decent. I wanted to link to a place where you could find their music, but because of the crazy death metal font they used for their logo, I have no idea what the band’s name was (see flyer below). If anybody knows, feel free to drop it in the comments.

FInal Conflict

Next up was Final Conflict from Long Beach, CA. Palmdale was a one-off show, as Napalm Death continues their US tour with Arch Enemy and Behemoth starting in Tempe. I don’t know a ton about Final Conflict other than the fact they’ve been around forever, and I was familiar with some of their better-known songs. The band consisted of only one original member (Jeff Harp on guitar) and was backed up by Anthony Robles and Nick Manning, who play with a number of other punk rock bands, including DI.

Final Conflict dished out some competent Cro-mags style punk/hardcore that was well received by the crowd and got the mosh pit swirling at a furious pace. Again, nothing life-changing but delivered in such a professional manner; you can’t put it down either – especially considering the ages of some of the long-time members.

Napalm Death

Next up was English grindcore legends Napalm Death, who, if you want to get technical about it, consist of no original members. However, the current line-up has remained relatively steady since the early 90s. Guitarist Mich Harris does not tour with the band, and sitting in for him is touring guitarist John Cooke who, in my opinion, is not that good, but because of the nature of grindcore music, his sloppy playing doesn’t take much away either.

That band delivered a blistering set, consisting of a lot of material from their last two releases Apex Predator – Easy Meat (2015) and Throes of Joy in the Jaws of Defeatism (2020), as well as quite a few classics from the 80s and 90s with two cover songs (including the Dead Kennedy’s “Nazi Punks Fuck Off”). Bassist Shane Embury is an absolute monster, and drummer Danny Herrara is one of the best skinsman in the business. The duo is a formidable rhythm section. Vocalist “Barney” Greenway hasn’t lost a thing over the years vocal-wise and may have even improved. Unfortunately, his stage presence is a bit goofy, and he often looks like he’s having a seizure as he dances on stage. In addition, some of his far-left rants between songs leave a lot to be desired and make me thankful I can’t understand the lyrics on their recordings. If you could make out what he was saying, I imagine it would sound like the rantings of a possessed MSNBC host.

Napalm Death hasn’t lost a thing over the years and solidly deserve their position as the biggest band in grindcore because they play this form of music better than everyone.

Catch them on tour with Arch Enemy and Behemoth in these cities through May.

Napalm Death On Tour With Behemoth and Arch Enemy

Sat 16.04.2022 Tempe, AZ – Marquee Theatre
Mon 18.04.2022 San Antonio, TX – The Aztec Theatre
Tue 19.04.2022 Dallas, TX – Amplified Live
Thu 21.04.2022 St Petersburg, FL – Jannus Live
Fri 22.04.2022 Atlanta, GA – The Eastern
Sat 23.04.2022 Charlotte. NC – The Fillmore Charlotte
Mon 25.04.2022 Toronto, ON – Rebel
Tue 26.04.2022 Montreal, QC – Mtelus
Thu 28.04.2022 New York, NY – Terminal 5
Fri 29.04.2022 Philadelphia, PA – The Fillmore Philadelphia
Sat 30.04.2022 Worcester, MA – Palladium
Mon 02.05.2022 Chicago, IL – The Riviera Theatre
Wed 04.05.2022 Denver, CO – Ogden Theatre
Sat 07.05.2022 Salt Lake City, UT – The Depot
Mon 09.05.2022 Seattle, WA – Showbox SoDo
Tue 10.05.2022 Vancouver, BC – Vogue Theatre
Wed 11.05.2022 Portland, OR – Roseland Theater
Fri 13.05.2022 Berkeley, CA – The UC Theatre
Sun 15.05.2022 Los Angeles, CA – The Hollywood Palladium
NAPALM DEATH U.S. headline shows:
Wed 13.04.2022 Fresno, CA – Strummers + Elder Devil
Thu 14.04.2022 San Diego, CA – Soda Bar + Deaf Club
Fri 15.04.2022 Palmdale, CA – Transplants + Final Conflict
Wed 27.04.2022 Syracuse, NY – The Lost Horizon + Fed Ash
Tue 03.05.2022 St. Paul, MN – Turf Club + Pig Destroyer
Fri 06.05.2022 Grand Junction, CO – Mesa Theater + Unto Others

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Midnight – Let There Be Witchery Album Review

midnight metal band Ohio

Reviews of albums are not something I typically delve into on this site. However, when bands issue new albums that are essential metal, I will drop an album review. The last one I did was for Mastodon’s Hushed and Grim. This time in the crosshairs is Midnight’s Let Ther Be Witchery.

Let Ther Be Witchery is the 6th official studio album from the Ohio punk/black metal trio Midnight. The easiest way to explain Midnight’s sound is they are a modern-day Venom. I love Midnight because they bring back the first wave of black metal — explored in the early 80s by bands like Venom, Sodom, and Celtic Frost with a tinge of punk added to the mix.

The band’s 2011 Satanic Royalty is a 100% metal classic, in my opinion, and sets a high bar. So let’s see how the new album stacks up to previous efforts.

First off, the production is solid. Everything is dialed correctly, and the sound is crisp and clean without being overproduced while still retaining the band’s dirty sound.

Let There Be Witchery Track By Track Review

The opener “Telepathic Nightmare” does a great job setting the tone for the album and includes some excellent Tom G. Warrior-style guitar bends. Track 2 is “Frothing Foulness”, a heavily Venom-influenced number that clocks in at less than 3 minutes. None of the ten songs pass the 4-minute mark, so this isn’t an album for fans of epic-length nerd metal.

“In Sinful Secrecy” comes next and has an Omicron-catchy riff with an almost classic rock feel that will stick in your head for sure. Unfortunately, “Nocturnal Molestation” comes next and is one of the weaker tracks on the album. One criticism of Midnight is sometimes their tongue-in-cheek lyrics work, and other times they do not.

Track 5 is “More Torment” and is easily my favorite track on the album. The song features a memorable ultra-heavy riff that reminds me of Celtic Frost in their prime. Unfortunately, I recently saw Midnight in Los Angeles, and while they played many songs from this album, this song was inexplicably omitted from the setlist! If someone in the band is reading this review, this is something you should fix!

Track 6, “Let There Be Sodomy” is the second-best track, even though the lyrics are silly. The main riff is incredible and reminds me of my favorite song from this band, “You Can’t Stop Steele.” Next, in track 7, “Dead Virgin.” the band goes into some Merciful Fate territory – with some traditional heavy metal riffs and even one riff that sounds lifted directly from “Black Funeral” on Melissa.

Next is “Snake Obsession” and is a Motorhead sounding track. It is one of the more forgettable tracks on the album. The second to last track, “Villany Wretched Villany,” is a fun, memorable song that stands out on the album with some Tunbonegro and Scorpions influences.

The final track, “Szex Witchery” is a great way to end the album and will undoubtedly leave the listener wanting more. It features some excellent NWOBHM style riffs and ends with a doomy harmony guitar outro. Interestingly, one thing common to Midnight albums is that even though the band is a trio, there are many overdubs on the guitar parts. However, having just seen the band live, guitarist Shaun Vanek is skilled enough to make it sound whole in concert. Props to him on that.

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Midnight Final Verdict

All and all, Let Ther Be Witchery is a great album and is well worth checking out, especially if you are a fan of first-wave black metal like I am. It’s not as good as Satanic Royalty, which seems to be the band’s high-water mark to this point, but is much better than 2019’s Rebirth by Blasphemy (also on Metal Blade).

The only place I can take points away from Midnight is: 90% of what they do has already been done by Venom in the 80s. There are even recordings of Midnight covering Venom songs in outtakes, so it’s not like they try to hide the influence. That said, they take everything Venom did and bring it up a notch for the 2020s, and that alone makes Midnight my favorite “new” band playing metal today!

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Massive 80s/90s Thrash, Death, and Black Metal Vinyl / CD Collection

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Below is a video of the thrash metal vinyl from a massive death metal LP and CD collection I just purchased from a collector in Colorado.

The original owner was a younger guy, but the entire collection consisted of 20% from the Golden Age Of Thrash Metal and 80% from the 90s peak of death metal. 95% of these albums are reissues, but a few first are pressings that include “Slowly We Rot” and “Cause Of Death” from Obituary.

Even some of the reissues can be shockingly expensive due to the 7-12 month delays in vinyl production that is now plaguing the music industry.

I have cataloged the inventory from this purchase below. If you are looking to buy any of the entries listed can do so at ThrashMetalIQ on eBay.

Vinyl List

  1. Napalm Death, “Scum,” Yellow FDR w/Poster, 2021, Mint, MOSH003FDRUS.
  2. Desultory, “Bitterness,” Milky Clear, 2020, Mint, FL118.
  3. Cancer, “Death Shall Rise,” Red LP, 2021, Mint, VILELP844.
  4. Cancer, “To the Gory End,” Yellow LP, 2021, Mint, VILELP843.
  5. Nine Inch Nails, “Quake,” 2LP, 2020, Mint, B0027576-01.
  6. Carcass, “Torn Arteries,” 2LP Blood, 2021, Mint, NB 5369.
  7. Metallica, “Ride the Lightning,” Blue, 2021, Mint, BLCKND004R-1W.
  8. Cathedral, “Forest Of Equilibrium,” PIC LTD, 2021, Mint, MOSH43PD.
  9. System Of A Down, “Toxicity,” 2018, Mint, 19075865591.
  10. Megadeth, “Peace Sells…But Who’s Buying?,” 2017, Mint, ST-12526.
  11. Jeff Beck with Terry Bozzio and Tony Hymas, “Jeff Beck’s Guitar Shop,” Blue LP, 2019, Mint, FRM 44313.
  12. Paradise Lost, “Gothic,” PIC, 2017, Mint, VILELP662.
  13. Paradise Lost, “Shades Of God,” PIC, 2016, Mint, 88875181261.
  14. Testament, “Souls Of Black,” 2016, Mint, MOVLP1635.
  15. Razor, “Violent Restitution,” 2020, Mint, HRR 184.
  16. Watchtower, “Control and Resistance,” 1989 Germany, Mint, SPV 08-4783.
  17. Sacrificial, “Forever Entangled + Demos,” 2LP, 2014, Mint, CRYPT 45.
  18. S.O.D., “Speak English Or Die,” 2LP Green, 2021, Mint, MEGA3030.
  19. Unleashed, “Death Metal Victory! – 30th Anniversary Edition,” Box Set, 7XLP Yellow, 2019, Mint, 19075983901.
  20. Iron Maiden, “The Number Of the Beast,” LP, 2021, Mint, 881043112514.
  21. Vektor, “Terminal Redux,” 2LP, 2016, Mint, MOSH553LP.
  22. Carcass, “Despicable,” 10” Blue, 2020, Mint, NB 5644.
  23. Pantera, “Vulgar Display Of Power,” White LP, 2021, Mint, 081227890995.
  24. Pantera, “Far Beyond Driven,” White, 2021, Mint, 081227890971.
  25. Exhorder, “Slaughter In the Vatican,” Silver, 2021, Mint, MOVLP2823.
  26. Kreator, “Under the Guillotine,” Box Set, 2021, Mint, NOISEBOX101.
  27. Pantera, “The Great Southern Trendkill,” White, 2021, Mint, 081227890964.
  28. Pantera, “Cowboys From Hell,” White, 2021, Mint, 081227890988.
  29. Possessed, “Revelations Of Oblivion,” 2LP Green, 2019, Mint, NB 4880.
  30. Possessed, “The Eyes Of Horror,” 12” EP, 2020, Mint, 19508153058.
  31. Morta Skuld, “As Humanity Fades,” LP, 2017, Mint, VILELP584.
  32. Bolt Thrower, “War Master, Red, 2021, Mint, MOSH029FDRUS.
  33. Carcass, “Symphonies Of Sickness,” White, 2021, Mint, MOSH018FDR.
  34. Terrorizer, “World Downfall,” Purple, 2021, MOSH016FDRUS.
  35. Napalm Death, “Scum,” 2016, MOSH003FDR.
  36. Sleep, “Sleep’s Holy Mountain,” Purple, 2015, MOSH079FDR.
  37. Vektor, “Outer Isolation,” Yellow, 2021, MOSH464LP-YELLOW.
  38. Vektor, “Black Future,” 2LP, 2015, MOSH463LP.
  39. Cannibal Corpse, “Kill,” 2020, 3984-25162-1.
  40. Cannibal Corpse, “Gore Obsessesd,” 2019, 3984-25113-1.
  41. Cannibal Corpse, “Bloodthirst,” 2018, 3584-25099-1.
  42. Cannibal Corpse, “Gallery Of Suicide,” 2018, 3984-25100-1.
  43. Cannibal Corpse, “Vile,” 2016, 3984-14204-1.
  44. Enslaved, “Eld,” 2LP Beer, 2020, OPLP053.
  45. Enslaved, “Blodhemn,” Gold, 2017, OPLP063.
  46. Immortal, “At the Heart Of Winter,” Silver, 2016, OPLP079.
  47. Exhumer, “Possessed By Fire,” Blue + 7” EP, 2020, HRR 296.
  48. Protector, “The heritage,” Piss Yellow, 2016, HRR 428.
  49. Protector, “Golem,” 2015, HRR 424.
  50. Morbid Angel, “Covenant,” Trans Blue, 2020, MOSH081FDRUS.
  51. Napalm Death, “From Enslavement To Obliteration,” Red, 2020, MOSH008FDRUS.
  52. Obituary, “The End Complete,” Green, 2020, POSH445.
  53. Nocturnus, “Thresholds,” Green, 2013, VG+, MOSH055FDR.
  54. Sacred Reich, “Surf Nicaragua,” 12” Clear, 2021, 3984-15753-1.
  55. Sacred Reich, “The American Way,” Dark Green, 2021, 3984-15754-1.
  56. Sacred Reich, “Ignorance,” Blue, 2021, 3984-15752-1.
  57. Forbidden, “Forbidden Evil,” 2021, 19508119943.
  58. Cannibal Corpse, “Red Before Black,” PIC, 2018, 3984-25091-1.
  59. Cannibal Corpse, “The Wretched Spawn,” Grey, 2020, 3984-25160-1.
  60. Bolt Thrower, “Those Once Loyal,” Clear, 2021, 3984-14506-1.
  61. Deicide, “Legion,” Red, 2014, 3984-15303-1.
  62. Anacrusis, “Suffering Hour,” Clear 2LP, 2019, 3984-15663-1.
  63. Tool, “Lateralus,” 2LP PIC, 2011, 0614223116013.
  64. Tool, “Opiate,” 12” EP, 2017, 61422-31027-1.
  65. Metallica, “Metallica,” 2LP, 2014, BLCKND008-1.
  66. Bolt Thrower, “…For Victory,” 2017, MOSH120FDRUS.
  67. Amorphis, “Privelege Of Evil,” 12” EP, 2013, RR6024.
  68. Sentenced, “North From Here,” Marble Green, 2013, 8982-1.
  69. King Diamond, “The Eye,” Clear, 2020, 3984-25152-1.
  70. King Diamond, “Them,” White, 2020, 3984-25149-1.
  71. Sinister, “Diabolical Summoning,” Orange, 2019, CKC005.
  72. Cannibal Corpse, “Eaten Back To Life,” 2016, 3984-14024-1.
  73. Carcass, “Swansong,”2020, MOSH160FDR.
  74. Cannibal Corpse, “Butchered At Birth,” Clear, 2009, BOBV148LP.
  75. Slayer, “Hell Awaits,” Orange, 2015, 3984-14031-1.
  76. Immolation, “Atonement,” 2×12, 2017, NB 3511-1.
  77. Iron Maiden, “Seventh Son of A Seventh Son,” 2014, BMG14017V.
  78. Nine Inch Nails, “Pretty Hate Machine,” 2011, BMC 2611.
  79. Chthe’ilist, “Le Dernier Crepuscule,” 2×12 Green, 2016, DDR148LP.
  80. Detest, “Dorval/Deathbreed,” 2×12 Green, 2020, Crypt 109.
  81. Agretator, “Delusions,” Black, 2019, Crypt 105.
  82. Convulse, “World Without God,” 2LP Red, 2019, SRE251.
  83. Sacramentum, “Far Away From the Sun,” 2020, 19439742201.
  84. Unanimated, “Ancient God of Evil,” 2020, 19439749421.
  85. Vital Remains, “Forever Underground,” Green, 2020, OPLP 050.
  86. Vital Remains, “Dawn of the Apocalypse,” Orange, 2020, OPLP077.
  87. Vital Remains, “Dechristianize,” 2LP, 2020, CKC063.
  88. Morgoth, “Cursed,” Red, 2020, FI 105.
  89. Resurrection, “Embalmed Existence,” 2020, HHR 2020-14.
  90. Nocturn, “Estranged Dimensions + Shades of Insanity,” 2LP, 2018, CRYPT 95.
  91. Fulmination, “Humanity’s Dirge,” 2LP White, 2013, CDS03.
  92. Hydra Vein, “After the Dream,” 2018, CRYPT 98.
  93. Eternal Dirge, “Morbus Ascendit,” 2019, CRYPT104.
  94. Epitaph, “Seeming Salvation,” 2020, CRYPT 07.
  95. Death Squad, “Into the Crypt/Dying Alone,” 2LP, 2017, CRYPT 93.
  96. Morpheus Descends, “Ritual of Infinity,” Blue, 2015, CRYPT 60.
  97. Gorement, “The Ending Quest,” Sky Blue, 2020, TR076V.
  98. Tool, “Fear Inoculum,” 2LP, 2019, 95055-2.
  99. Eucharist, “A Velvet Creation,” 2001, RRLP 004-AS.
  100. Beherit, “Drawing Down the Moon,” 2019, kvlt010lp.
  101. Sadus, “Swallowed In Black,” Splatter, 2020, POSH 393.
  102. Suffocation, “Blood Oath,” 2019, FL225.
  103. Num Skull, “Ritually Abused,” 2014, RR7257.
  104. Sinister, “Hate,” 2019, CKC050.
  105. Marduk, “Those of the Unlight,” Red, 2020, OPLP015.
  106. Sentenced, “Shadows Of Past,” Clear, 2019, CKC018.
  107. Slayer, “Reign In Blood,” 2013, B0018853-01.
  108. Devastation, “Idolatry,” 2017, RE10.
  109. Overkill, “Taking Over,” 2014, MOVLP1079.
  110. Suffocation, “Suffocation,” Grey, 2006, RR 6584-1.
  111. Slayer, “Seasons In the Abyss,” 2013, B0018855-01.
  112. Suffocation, “Human Waste,” 12” EP, 2013 RR6686.
  113. Suffocation, “Souls To Deny,” 2018, RR6586.
  114. Suffocation, “Pinnacle Of Bedlam,” Orange, 2018, BOBV607LPLTD.
  115. Destruction, “Eternal Devastation,” Yellow, 2018, HRR 547.
  116. Slayer, “South Of Heaven,” 2013, B0018856-01.
  117. Opprobrium, “Serpent Temptation,” 2016, RR7320.
  118. Pungent Stench, “Been Caught Buttering,” Grey, 2018, BOBV504LP.
  119. Immortal, “Blizzard Beasts,” Clear, 2018, OPLP051CS.
  120. Suffocation, “…Of the Dark Light,” 2017, NB 3728-1.
  121. Diabolical Masquerade, “Nightwork,” 2014, VILELP525.
  122. Sinister, “Cross the Styx,” 1992, NB 061.
  123. Sinister, “Aggressive Measures,” Clear, 2020, CKC 017.
  124. Sarcofago, “I.N.R.I.,” 2017, ZEBU005LP.
  125. Protector, “Urm the Mad,” 2015, HRR 425.
  126. Pan.Thy.Monium, “khaooohs,” Light Blue, 2014, CRYPT 48.
  127. Opprobrium, “Beyond the Unknown,” White, 2020, HRR 732.
  128. Rotting Christ, “Triarchy Of the Lost Lovers,” 2020, SSR150LP.
  129. Dark Angel, “Time Does Not Heal,” 2LP Red/Yellow, 2020, 19508118899.
  130. Dark Angel, “Leave Scars,” Blue, 2020, 19508116144.
  131. Sadus, “Chemical Exposure,” Yellow, 2017, POSH391.
  132. Destruction, “Cracked Brain,” Coke Bottle, 2020, HRR 552.
  133. Purtenance, “MCMXCI-MCMXCII,” Box Set, 2012, CRYPT 02.
  134. Sinister, “Hate,” Test Pressing, 2011, FI 021.
  135. Destruction, “Release From Agony,” 2018, HRR 549.
  136. Destruction, “Sentence Of Death,” 12” EP, 2017, HRR 545.
  137. Enslaved, “Below the Lights,” 2017, OPLP144.
  138. Dark Angel, “Darkness Descends,” 1986, 88561-8114-1.
  139. Sinister, “Hate,” Orange, 2019, CKC050.
  140. Infester, “To the Depths, In Degredation,” 2017, MD005.
  141. Pan.Thy.Monium, “Dawn Of Dreams,” Baby Blue, 2017, CRYPT 47.
  142. Demilich, “Nespithe,” 2018, SRE284.
  143. Suffocation, “Breeding the Spawn,” Blue, 2018, POSH333.
  144. Immolation, “Majesty And Decay,” Clear, 2019, BOBV593LPLTD.
  145. Gorguts, “Obscura,” 2LP, 2019, WOM036.
  146. Asphyx, “The Rack,” Clear, 2015, CMD9985421.
  147. Thergothon, “Stream From the Heavens,” 2014, VILELP527.
  148. Rotting Christ, “Thy Mighty Contract,” 2017, VILELP642.
  149. Samael, “Worship Him,” Gold, 2018, OPLP001.
  150. Sinister, “Diabolical Summoning, PIC, 2014, Unofficial.
  151. Disma, “Towards the Megalith,” 2018, PFL-080LP.
  152. Repugnant, “Epitome Of Darkness,” Red, 2020, SSR004.
  153. Winter, “Into Darkness,” Box, 2020, SRE401.
  154. Protector, “A Shedding Of Skin,” Green, 2020, HRR 427.
  155. Ulver, “Bergtatt-Et Eeventyr I 5 Capitler,” 2019, 19075950451.
  156. Deteriorate, “Rotting In Hell + Demos,” 2LP, 2018, CRYPT 94.
  157. Marduk, “Opus Nocturne,” Yellow, 2020, OPLP028.
  158. Infernal Majesty, “None Shall Defy, Clear, 2016, HRR 521.
  159. Deceased, “Luck Of the Corpse,” Baby Blue, 2019, Hells LP 243.
  160. Cynic, “Traced In Air,” Gold, 2019, SOM 521LP.
  161. Enslaved, “Frost,” 2020, OPLP025.
  162. Marduk, “Heaven Shall Burn…When We Are Gathered,” 2019, OPLP040.
  163. Amorphis, “Tales From the Thousand Lakes,” Green, 2020, RR7414.
  164. diSEMBOWELMENT, “Transcendence Into the Peripheral,” 2LP White, 2020, RR6065.
  165. Incantation, “Onward To Golgotha,” 2020, RR 6701.
  166. Incantation, “Upon the Throne Of Apocalypse,” 2019, RR 6922.
  167. Darkthrone, “Panzerfaust,” 2010, VILELP306.
  168. Grotesque, “In the Embrace Of Evil,” 2015, HHR 2015-23.
  169. Blood Incantation, “Hidden History Of the Human Race,” LP+CD, 2019, 19075995811.
  170. Cruciamentum, “Charnel Passages,” Clear, 2019, MSYO-063.
  171. Spectral Voice, “Eroded Corridors Of Unbeing,” 2020, DDR192LP.
  172. Burzum, “Filosofem,” 2LP, 2008, BOBV089LP.
  173. Death, “Scream Bloody Gore,” Clear, 2020, RR7324.
  174. Satyricon, “Nemesis Divina,” 2016, NPR 649 Vinyl.
  175. Obituary, “Cause Of Death,” 1990, RO 9370-1.
  176. Morbid Angel, “Kingdoms Disdained,” 2017, SLM071P43.
  177. Tool, “10,000 Days,” 2LP Red, Unofficial.
  178. Tool, “Aenima,” 2LP Green, 2014, 72445 11087-1.
  179. Cryptopsy, “None So Vile,” 2016, HHR 2016-12.
  180. Morta Skuld, “Dying Remains,” 2016, VILELP489.
  181. Holy Terror, “Mind Wars,” Red, 2017, BOBV513LP.
  182. Holy Terror, “Terror And Submission,” PIC, 2018, HHR 2018-05.
  183. Darkthrone, “Soulside Journey,” 2012, VILELP389.
  184. Bathory, “Hammerheart,” 2LP, 2013, BMLP666-5.
  185. Bathory, “Blood Fire Death,” 2003, BMLP 666-4.
  186. Exhorder, “Mourn the Southern Skies,” 2LP Orange, 2019, NB 5070.
  187. King Diamond, “Fatal Portrait,” Orange, 2020, 3984-15675-1.
  188. King Diamond, “Abigail,” Blue, 2020, 3984-15676-1.
  189. Cannibal Corpse, “The Bleeding,” 2016, 3984-14037-1.
  190. Cannibal Corpse, “Tomb Of the Mutilated,” 2016, 3984-14003-1.
  191. Deathrow, “Deception Ignored,” Silver, 2018, NOISELP055.
  192. Disincarnate, “Dreams Of the Carrion Kind,” 2LP Red, 2019, POSH420.
  193. Annihilator, “Alice In Hell,” 2018, MOVLP2133.
  194. King Diamond, “Conspiracy,” Red, 2020, 3984-25151-1.
  195. Mercyful Fate, “Return Of the Vampire,” Blue, 2020, 3984-25158-1.
  196. Anacrusis, “Screams And Whispers, 2LP Red, 2019, 3984-15667-1.
  197. Anacrusis, “Manic Impressions,” 2LP Fuchsia, 2019, 3984-15666-1.
  198. Anacrusis, “Reason,” 2LP Pink, 2019, 3984-15664-1.
  199. Pestilence, “Consuming Impulse,” 2LP, 2019, HHR 2019-14.
  200. Necrophobic, “The Nocturnal Silence,” 2018, HHR2018-09.
  201. Edge Of Sanity, “Unorthodox,” Yellow, 2015, BMLP18.
  202. Edge Of Sanity, “The Spectral Sorrows, Blue, 2015, BMLP37.
  203. Edge Of Sanity, “Crimson I & II,” 2LP Green, 2015, BMLP168.
  204. Sepultura, “Beneath the Remains,” 2LP, 2020, R1607342.
  205. Possessed, “Beyond the Gates,” 2019, 19075990141.
  206. Testament, “The Gathering,” 2018, NB 4227-1.
  207. Destruction, “Infernal Overkill,” Yellow, 2017, HRR 546.
  208. Emperor, “Prometheus-The Discipline Of Fire & Demise,” Clear, 2017, CANDLE722143.
  209. Emperor, “IX Equilibrium,” Brown, 2017, CANDLE722139.
  210. Pestilence, “Malleus Maleficarum,” 2017, HHR2017-13.
  211. Epidemic, “Decameron,” Beer, 2017, CRYPT87.
  212. Emperor, “In the Nightside Eclipse,” PIC, 2019, CANDLE732444.
  213. Testament, “The Ritual,” White, 2017, 3984-15475-1.
  214. Autopsy, “Acts Of the Unspeakable,” 2014, VILELP33.
  215. Atheist, “Elements,” Red, 2015, SOM 279LP.
  216. Possessed, “Seven Churches,” Gold, 2017, HRR 363.
  217. Dismember, “Like An Everflowing Stream,” 2LP, 2010, BOBV186LP.
  218. Morbid Angel, “Heretic,” 2018, MOSH272LPUS.
  219. Pungent Stench, “For God Your Soul…For Me Your Flesh,” 2LP Grey, 2018, BOBV508LP.
  220. Cathedral, “The Ethereal Mirror,” 2019, MOSH077LPUS.
  221. Suffocation, “Despise the Sun,” 12” EP, 2019, RR6527.
  222. Edge Of Sanity, “Purgatory Afterglow,” Orange, 2015, BMLP61.
  223. Malevolent Creation, “Stillborn,” Clear, 2018, POSH375.
  224. Malevolent Creation, “Retribution,” Clear, 2018, POSH373.
  225. Malevolent Creation, “The Ten Commandments,” Clear, 2018, POSH371.
  226. Emperor, “Anthems To the Welkin At Dusk,” Green, 2017, Candle769231.
  227. Mercyful Fate, “Melissa,” PIC, 2018, 3984-25074-1.
  228. Accidental Suicide, “Deceased,” Promo W/Lbl, 1992, DEAF 8.
  229. Obituary, “Slowly We Rot,” 1989, Netherlands, RO 9489-1.
  230. Morbid Saint, “Spectrum Of Death,” Lilac, 2016, 88875188881.
  231. Carnage, “Dark Recollections,” Infestation Of Evil Green/Ltd 200, 2014, MOSH232FDR.
  232. Demolition Hammer, “Epidemic Of Violence,” Silver, 2015, CMD9984801.
  233. Vio-Lence, “Eternal Nightmare,” 2LP Light Blue Splatter, 2017, WM55028.
  234. Uncanny, “Splenium For Nyktophobia,” 2015, CRYPT11.
  235. Merciless, “The Awakening,” Red, 2017, OPLP087.
  236. Molested, “Blod-draum,” 2LP Smoke, 2017, CRYPT 90.
  237. Suffocation, “Pierced From Within,” Yellow Marble, 2018, POSH334.
  238. Suffocation, “Effigy Of the Forgotten,” Blood, 2018, POSH332.
  239. Gorguts, “The Erosion Of Sanity,” Orange, 2018, POSH338.
  240. Gorguts, “Considered Dead,” Blue, 2018, POSH336.
  241. Demolition Hammer, “Tortured Existence,” 2015, CMD9984791.
  242. Immolation, “Dawn Of Possession,” Clear, 2018, POSH296.
  243. Celtic Frost, “Monotheist,” 2LP, 2016, 88985315311.
  244. Carcass, “Surgical Steel,” PIC, 2014, NB 3148-4.
  245. Mercyless, “Coloured Funeral,” Gold, 2017, XKR004.
  246. Vital Remains, “Into Cold Darkness,” 2014, VILELP505.
  247. Vital Remains, “Let Us Pray,” 2014, VILELP506.
  248. Atheist, “Piece Of Time,” Clear, 2017, SOM 277LP.
  249. Coroner, “No More Color,” 2018, 19075820151.
  250. Coroner, “Punishment For Decadence,” 2018, 19075820141.
  251. Coroner, “R.I.P.,” 2018, 19075820121.
  252. At The Gates, “Slaughter Of the Soul,” Red 2018, MOSH143FDR.
  253. Coroner, “Grin,” 2LP Green, 2018, NOISE2LP059.
  254. Coroner, “Mental Vortex,” Purple 2018, NOISELP060.
  255. At The Gates, “Gardens Of Grief,” 12” EP Brown, 2015, CMR91671.
  256. Control Denied, “The Fragile Art Of Existence,” 2LP Oxblood, 2018, RR7118.
  257. Bolt Thrower, “Realm Of Chaos,” Red 2018, MOSH013FDRUS.
  258. Sepultura, “Arise,” 2LP 2018, R1 565086.
  259. Dissection, “The Somberlain,” Purple 2017, BLOD018LP06.
  260. Nocturnus, “The Key,” White, 2018, MOSH023FDR.
  261. Pestilence, “Spheres,” 2017, HHR 2017-16.
  262. Pestilence, “Testimony Of the Ancients,” 2017, HHR 2017-15.
  263. Revenant, “Prophecies Of A Dying World,” 2LP Red/Orange, 2017, CKC020.
  264. Death, “Symbolic,” White, 2014, 3984-15312-1.
  265. Massacre, “From Beyond,” Terminal Frost White/Ltd 100, 2014, MOSH027FDR.
  266. Metallica, “The $5.98 EP-Garage Days Re-Revisited,” 12” Ep, 1987, 60757-1.
  267. Morbid Angel, “Formulas Fatal To the Flesh,” 2LP, 2018, MOSH180LPUS.
  268. Metallica, “…And Justice For All,” 2LP, 1988, Elektra 96 08121.
  269. Death, “Leprosy,” 2014, RR7228.
  270. Bolt Thrower, “The IVth Crusade,” 2017, MOSH070FDRUS.
  271. Confessor, “Unraveled,” Blue, 2005, SUNN57.
  272. Brutality, “Orchestrated Devastation: The Best Of Brutality,” 2LP, 2014, CR004-LP.
  273. Death, “The Sound Of Perseverance,” 2LP, 2016, RR7154.
  274. Morbid Angel, “Gateways To Annihilation,” 2016, MOSH235LP.
  275. Overkill, “Horrorscope,” 2017, RH01-82283.
  276. Immolation, “Close To A world Below,” Red, 2017, 3984-14349-1.
  277. At The Gates, “The Red In the Sky Is Ours,” 2013, VILELP464.
  278. Carcass, “Heartwork,” 2017, MOSH097FDRUS.
  279. Rotting Christ, “Non Serviam,” 2017, VILELP643.
  280. Confessor, “Condemned,” 2015, 5534-1.
  281. Death, “Individual Thought Patterns,” Pink, 2017, RR7171.
  282. Death, “Spiritual Healing,” 2014, RR7194.
  283. Various, “Gods Of Grind,” 2LP Yellow, 2015, MOSH063LP.
  284. Autopsy, “Mental Funeral,” PIC, 2017, VILELP656.
  285. Immolation, “Failures For Gods,” Red, 2017, 3984-14197-1.
  286. Immolation, “Here In After,” Red, 2017, 3984-14102-1.
  287. Carcass, “Necroticism- Descanting the Insalubrious,” 2017, MOSH042FDRUS.
  288. Autopsy, “Severed Survival,” PIC, 2017, VILELP632.
  289. Morbid Angel, “Blessed Are the Sick,”2017, MOSH031FDRUS.
  290. Atheist, “Unquestionable Presence,” Clear, 2017, SOM278LP.
  291. Entombed, “Left Hand Path,” 2017, MOSH021FDRUS.
  292. Morbid Angel, “Domination,” 2016, RHO1-24612.
  293. Death, “Human,” Gold, 2017, RR7165.
  294. Morbid Angel, “Altars Of Madness,” 2016, MOSH011FDR.
  295. Entombed, “Clandestine,” 2013, MOSH37FDR.
  296. Entombed, Wolverine Blues,” 2X10” Red Marble, 2014, 5515-1.

CD List

  1. Mayhem, “De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas,” 1994, 7767-2, VG+.
  2. Cynic, “Focus,” 2004, 168 618 258-2, NM.
  3. Cynic, “Uroboric Forms (The Complete Demo Recordings 1988-1989-1990-1991),” 2017, 88985355372, NM.
  4. Electrocution, “Inside The Unreal + Demos,” 2017, DARK 96CD, NM.
  5. Kreator, “Pleasure To Kill,” 2000, 82310-74039-2, VG.
  6. Kreator, “Extreme Aggressions,” 2002, 82310-74036-2, VG.
  7. Kreator, “Coma Of Souls,” 2006, NOI 74082-2, VG.
  8. Overkill, “!!!Fuck You!!! And Then Some,” 1996, 1974-2, VG+.
  9. Overkill, “Feel The Fire,” 20286-1972-2, VG+.
  10. Overkill, “The Years Of Decay,” 7567-82045-2, VG+.
  11. Overkill, “Horrorscope,” 7 82283-2, VG.
  12. Overkill, “Wrecking Everything Live,” 2002, SPT 15223-2, VG+.
  13. Megadeth, “Killing Is My Business…”, 2002, 9046-2, VG.
  14. Megadeth, “Peace Sells…,” 1986, CDP 7 46370 2, NM.
  15. Megadeth, “Peace Sells…,” 2004, 7243 5986242 2, VG.
  16. Megadeth, “So Far, So Good…,” 1988, CDP 7 481482, VG+.
  17. Megadeth, “Rust In Peace,” 1990, CDP 7 91935 2, NM.
  18. Megadeth, “Countdown To Extinction,” 1992, CDP 7 98531 2, VG+.
  19. Megadeth, “Countdown To Extinction,” 2004,72435-98620-2-6, VG.
  20. Megadeth, “Youthanasia,” 1994, CDP 7243 8 29004 2 9, NM.
  21. Megadeth, “Hidden Treasures,” 1995, D 120501, NM.
  22. Megadeth, “Dystopia,” 2016, B0024116-02, NM.
  23. Megadeth, “Greatest Hits,” 2005, 72438-73929-2-2, VG.
  24. Slayer, “Show No Mercy,” 2004, 3984-14032-2, VG+.
  25. Slayer, “Haunting The Chapel,” 1993, 3984-14034-2, VG+.
  26. Slayer, “Live Undead,” 1993, 3984-14033-2, VG+.
  27. Slayer, “Hell Awaits,” 2004, 3984-14031-2, VG+.
  28. Slayer, “Decade Of Aggression, Live,” 1991, 314 586 799-2, VG.
  29. Slayer, “Divine Intervention,” 1994, 9 45522-2, G.
  30. Slayer, “Undisputed Attitude,” 1996, 314, 586 938-2, VG+.
  31. Slayer, “Diabolus In Musica,” 1998, CK 69192, VG+.
  32. Slayer, “Christ Illusion,” 2006, 44300-2, VG.
  33. Slayer, “World Painted Blood,” 2009, B0018218-02, VG+.
  34. Slayer, “Repentless,” 2015, 3359-0, VG.
  35. Metallica, “Master Of Puppets,” 1986, 9 60439-2, VG.
  36. Metallica, “Master Of Puppets,” BLCKND005-2, VG.
  37. Metallica, …And Justice For All,” 2018, BLCKND007R-2, NM.
  38. Metallica, …And Justice For All,” 3CD, 2018, BLCKND007R-3, NM.
  39. Metallica, …And Justice For All,” 1988, 9 60812-2, VG.
  40. Metallica, “Metallica,” BLCKND008-2, VG.
  41. Metallica, “Garage Inc,” 1998, 62299-2, VG+.
  42. Metallica, “Hardwired…To Self-Destruct,” 2016, BLCKND031-2, VG+.
  43. Vader, “De Profundis,” CM 8126, NM.
  44. Vader, “Sothis,” 2012, EVIL 041CD, NM.
  45. Vader, “Black To The Blind,” 2012, EVIL 042CD, NM.
  46. Carcass, “Symphonies Of Sickness,” 2006, D.I. 062, NM.
  47. Carcass, “Necroticism-Descanting The Insalubrious,” 1992, ZK 90910, NM.
  48. Carcass, “Necroticism-Descanting The Insalubrious,” 2013, MOSH042CDL, NM.
  49. Carcass, “Heartwork,” 2004, MOSH 097CD, VG+.
  50. Carcass, “Swansong,” 2014, MOSH1602, NM.
  51. Carcass, “Wake Up And Smell The…Carcass,” CD/DVD, 2009, MOSH1611, NM.
  52. Carcass, “Surgical Steel,” 2013, 3148-2, VG+.
  53. Entombed, “Left Hand Path,” 1999, MOSH 21CD, VG.
  54. Entombed, “Clandestine,” 2002, MOSH 37CD, G.
  55. Entombed, “Monkey Puss (Live In London),” 1998, MOSH 213 CD, VG.
  56. Entombed, “Wolverine Blues,” 1993, CK 57593, NM.
  57. Entombed, “Wolverine Blues,” 1993, CK 57742, NM.
  58. Entombed, “To Ride, Shoot Straight And Speak The Truth!,” 1997, 01241-41621-2, NM.
  59. Entombed, “Morning Star,” 2002, KOC-CD-8357, VG+.
  60. Bolt Thrower, “Realm Of Chaos,” 1989, 88561-2034-2, VG+.
  61. Bolt Thrower, “The IVth Crusade,” 2000, MOSH70CD, NM.
  62. Bolt Thrower, “For Victory,” 1994, MOSH120CD, NM.
  63. Bolt Thrower, “Mercenary,” 1998, 3984-14147-2, NM.
  64. Bolt Thrower, “Honour.Valour.Pride.,” 2001, 3984-14386-2, NM.
  65. Black Sabbath, “The Complete Albums 1970-1978,” 2014, R2-542306, VG+ (Missing “Technical Ecstasy”).
  66. Obituary, “The Complete Roadrunner Collection 1989-2005,” 2013, 1686176172, NM.
  67. Deicide, “The Complete Roadrunner Collection 1990-2001,” 2013, 1686176202, NM.
  68. Deicide, “Serpents Of The Light,” 1997, 1686-188112, NM.
  69. Deicide, “When Satan Lives,” 1998, RR 8704-2, NM.
  70. Deicide, “The Stench Of Redemption,” 2006, MOSH343CD, NM.
  71. Sepultura, “Schizophrenia,” 1997, 1686-187642, NM.
  72. Sepultura, “Beneath The Remains,” 1997, 1686-187662, VG+.
  73. Sepultura, “Arise,” 1997, 1686-187632, VG.
  74. Sepultura, “Chaos A.D.,” 1996, 1686-188592, VG+.
  75. Pantera, “Vulgar Display Of Power,” 1992, 7 91758-2, G.
  76. Pantera, “Far Beyond Driven,” 2014, R2-541769, NM.
  77. Pantera, “The Great Southern Trendkill,” 1996, 61908-2, NM.
  78. Testament, “The Legacy,” 7 81741-2, NM.
  79. Testament, “The New Order,” 7 81849-2, VG+.
  80. Testament, “Practice What You Preach,” 7567-82009-2, NM.
  81. Testament, “Souls Of Black,” 1990, A2 82143, VG+.
  82. Anthrax, “Among The Living,” 422-842 447-2, NM.
  83. Anthrax, “State Of Euphoria,” 7 91004-2, VG+.
  84. Anthrax, “Persistence Of Time,” 422-846 480-2, NM.
  85. Anthrax, “Sound Of White Noise,” 1993, 9 61430-2, VG.
  86. Incantation, “Onward To Golgotha,” cd/dvd, 2006, RR 6701-2, NM.
  87. Incantation, “Mortal Throne Of Nazarene,” 2013, RR6905, NM.
  88. Incantation, “Diabolical Conquest,” 2003, RR 6982-2, NM.
  89. Asphyx, “Last One On Earth,” 2011, ICARUS 855, NM.
  90. Asphyx, “Asphyx,” 2012, D.I. 248, NM.
  91. Asphyx, “Deathhammer,” 2012, 9981632, NM.
  92. Cannibal Corpse, “Butchered At Birth,” 2002, 3984-14426-2, VG+.
  93. Cannibal Corpse, “Tomb Of the Mutilated,” 2002, 3984-14427-2, VG+.
  94. Cannibal Corpse, “The Bleeding,” 1994, 3984-14037-2, NM.
  95. Cannibal Corpse, “Bloodthirst,” 1999, 3984-14277-2, NM.
  96. Cannibal Corpse, “The Wretched Spawn,” 2004, 3984-14469-2, NM.
  97. Autopsy, “Severed Survival,” 2009, CDVILED258X, NM.
  98. Autopsy, “Mental Funeral,” cd/dvd, 2011, CDVILED353X, VG+.
  99. Autopsy, “Shitfun,” 2003, CDVILED 49, NM.
  100. Dark Angel, “Darkness Descends,” 2008, 9962072, VG+.
  101. Dark Angel, “Leave Scars,” 2008, 9962082, NM.
  102. Dark Angel, “Time Does Not Heal,” 2008, 9962092, NM.
  103. Atheist, “Piece Of Time,” cd/dvd, 2016, SOM 277, NM.
  104. Atheist, “Unquestionable Presence,” cd/dvd, 2015, SOM 278, VG+.
  105. Atheist, “Jupiter,” 2010, SOM 208, NM.
  106. Dismember, “Like An Everflowing Stream,” 2012, WT-106, VG+.
  107. Dismember, “Indecent & Obscene,” 2005, CDL0229CD, VG+.
  108. Dismember, “Where Ironcrosses Grow,” 2013, HHR2012-10US, VG+.
  109. Emperor, “In The Nightside Eclipse,” 2014, CANDLE336CD, NM.
  110. Emperor, “Anthems To The Welkin At Dusk,” 2017, Candle729637, VG+.
  111. Gorguts, “Two From The Vault (Considered Dead and The Erosion Of Sanity),” 2004, 1686-182662, NM.
  112. Gorguts, “Obscura,” 2015, 9176-2, NM.
  113. Gorguts, “From Wisdom To Hate,” 2011, DSR048, VG+.
  114. Exodus, “Bonded By Blood,” 1989, 888561-8019-2, VG.
  115. Exodus, “Fabulous Disaster,” 1989, 88561-2001-2, VG.
  116. Immortal, “Diabolical Fullmoon Mysticism,” 2013, OPCD007, NM.
  117. Immortal, “At The Heart Of Winter,” 2014, OPCD079, NM.
  118. Malevolent Creation, “Eternal,” 1995, 76962-32220-2, G+.
  119. Malevolent Creation, “In Cold Blood,” 2013, HHR 2013-11, NM.
  120. Malevolent Creation, “Dead Man’s Path,” 2015, 9222-2, NM.
  121. Opprobrium, “Serpent Temptation,” 2016, RR7320, NM.
  122. Opprobrium, “Beyond The Unknown,” 2015, MASS CD 1240 DG, NM.
  123. Suffocation, “Human Waste,” 2005, RR 6686-2, VG.
  124. Suffocation, “Effigy Of The Forgotten,” 1991, RC 9275-2, NM.
  125. Suffocation, “Breeding The Spawn,” 1993, RR 9113-2, NM.
  126. Suffocation, “The Close Of A Chapter-Live In Quebec City,” 2009, RR7065, VG+.
  127. Suffocation, “Suffocation,” 2006, RR 6584-2, NM.
  128. Immolation, “Dawn Of Possession,” 2015, POSH295, NM.
  129. Immolation, “Here In After,” 1996, 3984-14102-2, VG+.
  130. Immolation, “Failures For Gods,” 1999, 3984-14197-2, VG.
  131. Immolation, “Close To A World Below,” 2000, 3984-14349-2, VG.
  132. Immolation, “Unholy Cult,” 2002, DR 022, NM.
  133. Immolation, “Shadows In The Light,” 2007, 8361-2, VG+.
  134. Immolation, “Hope And Horror,” cd/dvd, 2008, LIS088, VG+.
  135. Immolation, “Majesty And Decay,” 2010, ICARUS 599, VG+.
  136. Immolation, “Kingdom Of Conspiracy,” 2013, 2952-2, NM.
  137. Immolation, “Atonement,” 2017, 3511-0, NM.
  138. Death, “Scream Bloody Gore,” 1999, WOE050-2, NM.
  139. Death, “Leprosy,” 1988, 88561-8248-2, NM.
  140. Death, “Human,” 2011, RR7165, VG+.
  141. Death, “Individual Thought Patterns,” 1993, 88561-1168-2, G+.
  142. Death, “Symbolic,” 2008, 1686-179462, VG+.
  143. Death, “The Sound Of Perseverance,” cd/dvd, 2005, 6337-2, NM.
  144. Death, “The Sound Of Perseverance,” 2011, RR7154, NM.
  145. Morbid Angel, “Abominations Of Desolation,” 1992, MOSH 48CD, NM.
  146. Morbid Angel, “Altars Of Madness,” 2002, MOSH 11CD, VG.
  147. Morbid Angel, “Blessed Are The Sick,” cd/dvd, 2009, MOSH3102, VG+.
  148. Morbid Angel, “Covenant,” 1993, 9 24504-2, VG+.
  149. Morbid Angel, “Domination,” 1995, 9 24612-2, VG.
  150. Morbid Angel, “Formulas Fatal To The Flesh,” 1998, MOSH 180 CD, VG.
  151. Morbid Angel, “Gateways To Annihilation,” 2007, D.I. 074, NM.
  152. Morbid Angel, “Heretic,” 2008, D.I. 086, VG.
  153. Morbid Angel, “Illud Divinum Insanus,” 2011, SOM 222, NM.
  154. Infernal Majesty, “None Shall Defy,” 1996, D-00044, VG.
  155. Napalm Death, “Harmony Corruption,” 1990, 88561-2020-2, G+.
  156. Rigor Mortis, “Rigor Mortis,” 2003, RMR01-03, NM.
  157. Blood Incantation, “Starspawn,” 2016, DDR 157CD, NM.
  158. Massacra, “Enjoy The Silence,” 2014, 9984072, NM.
  159. Gorefest, “False,” 1992, NBA RED 6056-2, NM.
  160. Benediction, “Transcend The Rubicon,” 1993, NBA RED 6058-2, VG.
  161. Carnage, “Dark Recollection,” 2000, MOSH 232CD, NM.
  162. Heathen, “The Evolution Of Chaos,” cd/dvd, 2020, M 7257 5, NM.
  163. Timeghoul, “1992-1994 Discography,” 2013, DDR055CD, VG+.
  164. Immortalis, “Indicium De Mortuis,” 2021, DARK 131, NM.
  165. Macabre, “Grim Scary Tales,” 2011, WT-89, NM.
  166. Morbid Saint, “Spectrum Of Death,” 2016, 88875188872, NM.
  167. Dissection, “Storm Of The Light’s Bane,” 2006, BHM003, NM.
  168. Rotting Christ, “Khronos,” 2000, SR-0195, NM.
  169. Num Skull, “Ritually Abused,” 2014, RR7257, NM.
  170. Triptykon, “Melana Chasmata,” 2014, 9120-2, NM.
  171. Celtic Frost, “Monotheist,” 2006, 77500-2, NM.
  172. Catacomb, “In The Maze Of Kadath,” 2015, DARK 47, NM.
  173. Rottrevore, “Iniquitous,” 2009, XM 063 CD, NM.
  174. Brutality, “In Mourning,” 2017, CR008, NM.
  175. Absu, “Tara,” 2017, OPCD098, NM.
  176. Sodom, “Better Off Dead,”1990, SPV 084-76262, NM.
  177. Nocturnus, “Thresholds,” 2013, MOSH055CDL, NM.
  178. Cancer, “Death Shall Rise,” 2014, CYC 137-2, VG+.
  179. Trouble, “Trouble,” 2019, DI 467, M (still sealed).
  180. Trouble, “Psalm 9,” 2020, HHR 2020-27, NM.
  181. Cathedral, “Forrest Of Equilibrium,” 2018, MOSH043CDS, NM.
  182. Monstrosity, “Millennium,” 2002, CM 2 2936, NM.
  183. Disincarnate, “Dreams Of The Carrion Kind,” 2007, D-00152, VG+.
  184. EvilDead, “Annihilation Of Civilization,” 2004, ETL-CD-84, NM.
  185. Fates Warning, “No Exit,” 1988, D2-73330, VG+.
  186. Razor, “Violent Restitution,” 1988, RCD 9486, VG.
  187. Flotsam And Jetsam, “No Place For Disgrace 2014,” 2014, 3984-15290-2, NM.
  188. Slaughter, “Strappado,” 2014, HHR 385 CD, NM.
  189. Suicidal Tendencies, “How Will I Laugh Tomorrow…,” 1988, EK 44288, G+.
  190. Metal Duck, “Auto Ducko Destructo Mondo,” 2012, BTR RS059, VG+.
  191. Destruction, “Sentence Of Death/Infernal Overkill,” 2000, SPV 85-7529, VG.
  192. Metal Church, “Metal Church,” 1985,9 60471-2, VG.
  193. Mekong Delta, The Music Of Erich Zann,” 2013, SPV 265272 CD, NM.
  194. Master, “On The Seventh Day God Created…Master,” 2017, HHR 2017-18, NM.
  195. Brutal Truth, “Sounds Of The Animal Kingdom/Kill Trend Suicide,” 2006, RR 6597-2, NM.

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14 Most Expensive Punk, Metal, and Rock Albums I Have Above $200

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I searched my inventory and pulled everything in my collection with a value above 200 dollars — hence, the strange number of 14 items in this list. In the video in this post, you can see the walk-thru of my top picks. In addition, I included a list below with pictures and comments on each record and approximate value.

Most of the 14 vinyl that made this list are either metal or punk; however, there were a few oddballs from different genres.

The Truth About Discogs Median Value

I did not look at the Discog’s median value and accept it as gospel. It’s true, Discogs is one of the seven wonders of the internet; however, just going on median value is very deceptive, and here’s why:

  1. Discogs calculates value based on the album’s limited sales on Discogs. If an album is ordinarily worth $100 and somebody sells a fair copy with no cover for $5, this sale is factored in and drags the price down. Conversely, if someone sells an album sealed or autographed copy for far more, it will skew the median up. However, copies are more often sold in poor condition, so that the value will typically skew lower.
  2. Much of the Discogs data is old. Discogs is a big market for vinyl, but it is nowhere near the size of eBay. Therefore, a lot of the information it uses to calculate the value of an album can be as much as 21 years old and based on only a limited number of sales. As we all know, albums appreciate, inflation is real, and the vinyl market changes. None of this is factored into the Discogs median value.
  3. Most sellers on Discogs are not in the United States. Since the site’s algorithm is not very sophisticated, it is easy to game the rankings by inflating shipping costs. If you are in the US, try to buy an album for even close to the listed median value listed – 99% of the time you can’t!

List of Our 14 Most Expensive Punk and Metal Vinyl LPS

Here is the list of the 14 punk/metal vinyl albums from the video at the top of this post. I included the price and a couple of random notes about each.

1. She Wants Revenge – She Wants Revenge LP 2006 Flawless Records B000614801

I’m not exactly sure why this one is worth so much. Even copies in crappy condition seem to be going for $600. Copies of this album in excellent condition go for $1000 and sometimes higher. If anyone knows why this one is so pricey, please leave some info in the comments because I can’t figure it out.

Value: $1000 USD

2. Descendents – Cool To Be You LP 2004 Fat Wreck Chords FAT672-1 Blue Vinyl

This usually isn’t a super expensive album, but the limited first pressing on blue vinyl is worth a pretty penny.

VALUE $600 USD

3. Danzig ‎– Danzig 4P LP 1994 American Recordings ‎– 9 45647-1

This album usually sells for around $300. This copy was owned personally by Glenn Danzig and is factory sealed.

VALUE $600 USD

4. Rich Kids On LSD – Rock N Roll Nightmare LP 1987 Alchemy VM104

I usually don’t include autographed albums because it is such a subjective value. Even unsigned, this album is $300-$400 if the comic book is included and in good condition. However, I included this one with the autographs because everyone in this band is pretty much dead.

VALUE $500 USD

5. Pantera – Power Metal LP 1988 Metal Magic Records – MMR-1988

According to the band, this album is completely out of print and will never be repressed or reissued, making original copies worth a ton. Despite the corny hair metal image, “Power Metal” is a solid album that rivals some of the band’s later output.

VALUE $400 USD

6. Verbal Abuse – Just An American Band LP 1984 Fowl Records – #5

Punk/hardcore done to perfection. You know you are doing something right if Slayer does a cover album (Undisputed Attitude) featuring six songs from this alum. There are many bootlegs and represses of this album. First pressing like this are extremely rare.

VALUE $400

7. Queens Of The Stone Age – Queens Of The Stone Age LP 2010 Rekords Rekords

This is another one that caught me off guard because this pressing is a 2010 reissue of 1998 debut with a different cover. Original presses go for over a thousand dollars, and the represses are not cheap either.

VALUE $300 USD

8. Samhain ‎– November-Coming-Fire LP 1986 Plan 9 ‎– PL9-07

Probably my favorite album Danzig ever recorded and one of the many featuring his vocals to make this list.

VALUE $275 USD

9. Danzig – Thrall-Demonsweatlive LP [Picture Disc] 1993 Def American – 514 876-1

Unlike the Samhain album listed at #8, this is from my least favorite techno/electronic period of Glenn Danzig’s career. Even so, these limited edition picture discs are worth a pretty penny, and people seem to buy them.

VALUE $250 USD

10. Carnivore ‎– Retaliation LP 1987 Roadracer Records ‎– RR 9597

Probably one of my favorite metal albums of all time – Carnivore’s “Retaliation” still stands up to this day, yet could have never come out in today’s politically correct “woke” climate. But, like virtually everything after the death of Peter Steele in 2010 – the value has gone up dramatically.

VALUE $250 USD

11. Sodom – Obsessed By Cruelty LP 2016 Wax Maniax – WM55029

A 2016 reissue of Sodom’s first LP from their wave black metal period, Obsessed By Cruelty, is surprisingly pricey and simultaneously loved and hated by metal fans.

VALUE $250 USD

12. Misfits – Earth A.D. / Wolfsblood LP 1984 Aggressive Rockproduktionen – AG 0024

Original German press with inner sleeve and order form.

VALUE $240 USD

13. Exhorder – Slaughter In The Vatican LP 1990 Roadracer RO 9363-1

This absolutely brutal thrash metal album came out a bit late in 1990 but still holds up to this day. After taking 30 years off, Exhorder returned in 2019 and still tours to this day.

VALUE $230 USD

14. Death – Scream Bloody Gore LP 1987 Under One Flag ‎– FLAG 12

Scream Bloody Gore” along with “Leprosy” and “Spiritual Healing” are my three favorite albums from the Death’s caveman-style death metal period before they went in a more technical direction.

VALUE $200 USD

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Mastodon Hushed And Grim Album Review

Mastodon Hushed And Grim Album Review

CD and album reviews are not anything this site usually takes on; however, Hushed and Grim is one of the most anticipated heavy metal releases of 2021. As soon as it came out, I saw all other metal blogs racing to be the first to weigh in on the 8th full-length release from the Atlanta prog metal quintet. So I decided to hold my thoughts and take some time before publishing my opinion.

Full disclosure, I have been friends with Brent Hinds and Troy Sanders since I was 18 (and so were they) and had known Braun and Bill for the better part of two decades. Even coming up in the Atlanta music scene with these guys, I never was a serious fan until Blood Mountian. I felt they hit their stride on this album. The subsequent Crack The Skye is an absolute metal masterpiece.

The album’s following also had moments of greatness, and the focus on Braun Dailor’s vocal added a whole new dimension to the band’s sound.

So What About Hushed and Grim?

At over 86 minutes in length with 15 songs, Hushed and Grim is far from easy listening. There is a lot to unpack. A common thing I’ve heard from many of my friends is, “I listened to the whole thing the day it came out and thought it was great and then never listened to it again.” Oddly enough, I found myself doing the same thing. That said, is Hushed and Grim a disappointment?

Not at all.

Let’s start with the good points. One notable element is Troy Sander’s bass playing that has sat in the back over the past few releases is now pushed up much louder in the mix, and his playing jumped up a notch, even boasting a bass solo on “Teardrinker.” Troy even penned 4 of the tracks after taking a backseat on songwriting duties for much of the last decade.

Brent Hinds shines, as usual, with many tasty guitar solos done in a style that is all his own. One of my favorite tracks on the album is “The Beast,” a Brent composition and features some excellent Jimi Hendrix-like guitar parts you rarely hear in metal.

The lyrics primarily deal with longlime manager Nick John’s death, an awesome guy I had the pleasure of knowing over the years.

For me, the standout track is the first single, “Teardrinker,” which is somewhat commercial and incredibly catchy. “Skeleton Of Splendor” is a close second and ventures in some fantastic, atmospheric stuff similar to my favorite Mastodon song, “The Czar.” The opener “Pain with an Anchor” and the second single, “Sickle and Peace,” are also great.

Once you get into the second half of the album, it does start to drag, especially near the end.

All in all, the album is well worth a listen; you might want to make a playlist of the songs you really like and maybe not listen to some of the rest.

Hushed and Grim Full Album Stream

That concludes my first album review. I hope you liked it.