Bütcher – Bestial Fukkin’ Warmachine LP / LP + CD / CD pre-order online

Pre-orders for Bütcher’s debut album “Bestial Fukkin’ Warmachine” are online.

You can choose for the LP, CD or LP + CD package:

Releasedate is 7 July.

The band will have copies for sale at Antwerp Metal Fest (8-9 July) where they will demolish the stage on Saturday 8 July from 19:30 to 20:10.

Check out the first track!

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Witch Trail – Thole EP delay + new track online

Witch Trail Thole

The test press for the Witch Trail “Thole” EP didn’t live up to our standards so unfortunately the record has been delayed until mid/late August.

In the meantime, a second song has been released. Get some Unnatural Caresses!

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Kozmotron track online – test pressing approved

Kozmotron front cover art

Spacelords of the earth, rejoice!

Head over to the Kozmotron bandcamp and get a first taste of what the upcoming album, simply titled Kozmotron, will sound like!

Start your spaceship engines and preorder here!

Support your local alien underground and go catch ’em live:

  • 05/05 – Negasonic (Aalst)
  • 26/05 – Dunk Festival (with Earth, Swans, Briqueville, Ashtoreth, …) (Zottegem)
  • 27/05 – Psyka Festival (with Zone Six, WolveSpirit, The Sonic Dawn, …) (Karlsruhe, Germany)
  • 03/08 – T’île Malines (Mechelen)
  • 19/08 – Roadhouse 69 (Lier)
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Witch Trail track premiere on CVLT Nation

The great people at CVLT Nation have set up a track premier of Fever Pulse, the first track of Witch Trail’s upcoming Thole EP. Head over at CVLT Nation and get a load of the brilliant genre-bending abilities of Witch Trail.

Thole will be released 9 June. Get an exclusive, in the words of CVLT Nation, “super sick pre-order only crewneck sweater” here.

 

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An interview and a review

Interview about the label, booking shows in Antwerp, DJ’ing and making radio

The kind people of Addergebroed have conducted an interview with yours truly. Find out here why Babylon Doom Cult Records exists and what else I do in the Antwerp underground scene. Of course, a lot of this wouldn’t be possible without a little help from my friends.

De Speenzalvinge review on Zware Metalen

Zware Metalen have reviewed “De Speenzalvinge” (Dutch). A review which, if I may say so, totally does the album justice.

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