from sutekhhexen.org

"via Pesanta Urfolk: "Another live LP/CS that Pesanta Urfolk will be co-releasing with Cloister Recordings is the collaborative set between Trepaneringsritualen and Sutekh Hexen from Stella Natura, 2013."

More updates on this exciting release soon.

Photo by Joshua Churchill

We are currently down to the last few shirts in the shop. Current designs will not be reprinted. Please visit our friends at Shirts & Destroy for the very last sizes of these remaining designs.
Till then..."

WOLD - Postsocial

From Wold-Klan: 
"Wold - Postsocial Communiqué 

Grand Lodge of Internal Masonry has released the one and only statement from Fortress Crookedjaw, regarding the upcoming new Wold CD, Postsocial. We were given access to display the information for a limited time.

Grand Lodge of Internal Masonry, U. and A.

February 19, 2014

Wold – Postsocial

Postsocial consists of five works, each denoting a point of the inverted star. The opening pieces, “Throwing Star” and “Inner Space Infirmary”, respectively deal with exterior and interior violence. “Five Points” and “Spiral Star Inversion” are themed around an exploration of the five-pointed star metaphor, culminating in ritualistic conjuration and copulation of the hag. “Sapphire Sect of Tubal Cain” provides further reflection. There are many other aspects to Postsocial, from within, which, Wold does not wish to disclose.

Fortress Crookedjaw,
Worshipful Master Eternal,
Grand Lodge of Internal Masonry

Postsocial is due out May Day, 2014, on Profound Lore Records.
More info HERE and at Profound Lore

Black Monolith - The Passenger LP

from ALL BLACK RECORDING COMPANY: "the debut LP of Oakland, California’s Black Monolith entitled ‘Passenger’. Black Monolith is the one man project of Gary Bettencourt that first entered the music sphere with its 2011 Demo, receiving admiration from various blogs and publications including Decibel Magazine, Invisible Oranges, and Cvlt Nation. Recorded by himself and only mastered by Jack Shirley (Wreck and Reference, Botanist), Passenger shows Black Monolith at the height of its unrelenting aggression, fury, and expansion.