SHOP updated with new backpatches/patches and the O.R.H. t-shirts are back in stock again. Available in S, M, L, XL, XXL.
The CD version of “Out Raising Hell” is out now on Black Konflik Records. We’ll have some copies for sale in the near future.
We have new screenprinted patches in stock, but also the “Cover Of The Month” LP restocked. Check the SHOP for further info.
Just uploaded a few unclaimed and unpaid ‘Out Raising Hell’ orders in the SHOP. First come, first served! UPDATE: Now it’s definitely sold out with us. Still available from KONTON CRASHER.
The beast is official out of the bag! Let us present our third album ‘OUT RAISING HELL’. From the very beginning, we made a conscious choice to keep a low profile with this recording. We wanted to regain control and tried to keep it simple, primitive and spontaneous. Which in retrospect feels like a wise
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Format: 7″ Label: PND (PND12-EP) Release date: 12/2019 Pressing: 250 30 Test presses, alternate cover, stamp on label, hand numbered 250 Black vinyl, b/w foldover sleeve, hand numbered Tracklist: A1. 虚無感 (Kyomukan) A2. 戦争ゲーム (Sensou Geemu) B1. 反抗 (Hankou) B2. 顔無き大衆 (Kaonaki Taisyuu) Information: Recorded in Studio Mangel, Frösön, Sweden, May 25 2018 by Jocke
We spontaneously decided to have a sale the other day. DIScounted prices on everything in the SHOP until last December. There are no plans to print any new merch in the near future, but instead try to get rid of what we have in stock. We’ve also updated the shop with some leftovers from what
We’re very pleased with this complete double CD discography release on Black Konflik Records. Contains everything we ever recorded between 2012-2017, a total of 50 tracks. Comes in a solid digipack case and 16-page booklet. We got a few copies just in, 150sek/each + shipping. For distribution and w/s get in touch with Black Konflik.
US regular press out at last! Why this delay? Well, the main reason is that KONTON CRASHER, in agreement with us, made a completely new press in US using a new matrix. There’s a reason why we didn’t approve no less than two test presses of “Heavy Mental Fuck-Up!” and had to compromise on our