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Thursday, January 29, 2009

Gnaw - This Face preorder

We are now taking preorders on the Gnaw - This Face cd/lp. We have the cd available and three different colors of vinyl, plus a shirt that is exclusive to this preorder.
Preorder here

Sunday, January 25, 2009

Website / Email problems

We are currently experiencing website/email problems. We are working hard to get everything back on track as soon as possible. If your email bounced, or got no reply in a few days, please try sending it again.

We are sorry for the inconvenience.

Friday, January 23, 2009

ISIS 'Wavering Radiant' releasedate announcement

The new ISIS album 'Wavering Radiant' will be released on Conspiracy Records.
Releasedate for the 2LP is April 21 and the CD will hit stores May 5.
Wavering Radiant is produced by Joe Barresi (Melvins, Tool, Queens Of The Stone Age, Kyuss) and Tool's Adam Jones contributes guitar on two songs.
Watch this space for more news, special mailorder only vinyl editions and pre-orders.
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Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Conspiracy Records Open House Day 14/2

Conspiracy Records invites you to their open house day February 14 – between 12h00 and 18h00.
Our fridge will be well stocked, you will be able to listen to some tunes and buy a shitload of records / cd’s at reduced prices!
Be most welcome at Amsterdamstraat 22 in Antwerp!

Mono - Hymn to the Eternal Wind

The first song of the upcomming Mono record, Ashes in the Snow, is available for streaming over here

Thursday, January 15, 2009

"Like an Ur-fart from the sphincter of the Lord", Julian Cope about MONNO's Ghost album

"GHOSTS by Monno is a superb late Doom album, and another real spiritual aid in the mega-meditation department. It sends me under every time as the drummer leads proceedings in a highly ritualistic manner similar to Justin Greaves' cavernous concussion during the opening of Teeth of Lions Rule the Divine's classic LP RAMPTON, but with the guitars of Stephen O'Malley being substituted with the glacial sub-bass of Holy McGrail. Deep into the album, elements of Thrones appear, while the curious smasmodic rhythms of the song 'Merrule'pitch them into the big band No Wave of Lydia Lunch's QUEEN OF SIAM. But while the whole album rises and falls throughout its length, there is at the heart of each track a supreme turbulence that crashes through the psyche of the listener like an Ur-fart from the sphincter of the Lord.

Tuesday, January 13, 2009 email problem

I lost all emails that were sent to both and orders after 5 pm cet on monday 12/1/09 till tuesday 13/1/09 11 am. If you have mailed me please resend the email.

Saturday, January 03, 2009