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Sunday, 17 June 2012

God Macabre - The Winterlong...



God Macabre are seen by many as the ultimate underground Swedeath band who were missed by most first time around. The age of the internet made this a classic years later, and probably quite rightly so. Originally released on Mangled Beyond Recognition Records in 1993, this is the definitive re-issue on Relapse Records which contains the band's 'Consumed by Darkness' demo which they released under the band's former moniker Macabre End.

4 comments:

  1. Great, great album. Happy to have the original.

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  2. Awesome. To be honest - it wasn't until recently that I realised that both the original and repressing of this album reaches stupid amounts on eBay - think I paid a tenner for it when it came out in 2002. Doesn't usually cross my mind that something released fairly recently on a fairly 'big' label would be that hard to find or sought after. Mind you, eBay is pretty retarded at the best of times - haha.

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  3. Haha, yup eBay can be pretty retarded. I got my copy from a collector for 50 EUR which wasn't bad, really. Sometimes collectors are the only way to get things for a decent price, like the Altar/Cartilage split I paid 50 EUR for, the Cadaver/Carnage split I just paid 40 EUR for, and the Dark Millennium disc I paid $30 just today!

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  4. I'm not a fan of paying out large sums for albums. I think if you are shrewd enough you can find 75-80% things you want for a decent price. I got both Dark Millennium albums for less than £5 a piece for example - just need to hunt in the right places. With that said though, I'd happily pay £50 for a Drowned release (I only own two of them (Unbounded Terror & Necrophiliac), but have the Xtreem reissues of Demigod, Rottrevore & Purtenance. Would love that Altar/Cartilage split!

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