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A big thanks this week to the Succumb camp for doing this brand new interview with us promoting the new, must hear XXI release. Not quite a “best kept secret” anymore now that their star is rising, but certainly they remain a band you hope thrive yet also whom are so good you almost still want to covet their music to yourself in a secret, blood encrusted cave. I actually was worried they had broken up but still rocked one of their older debut shirt designs anyway cuz they fucking rule even if they HAD been one and done.

Thankfully, that wasn’t the case.

Cheri Musrasrik, of course, is a very enigmatic vocalist but the whole band have stepped things up from their already brilliant early material to deliver a complete knock out punch via this latest release. I knew they were special but always hoped they could be THIS special. If that doesn’t make sense now, it will when you hear the new record from this bleak and bludgeoning crew of cadaver kickers.

Thank you to Derek, Harry, Cheri and Kirk for all participating in this. Read more BELOW.

Planning For Burial release ‘Quietly’

Posted by longhairedpoet on Friday, May 11, 2018 at 8:52 PM (PST)

Pennsylvania doom metaller Thom Wasluck, after releasing 2010’s Leaving wrote and recorded a series of EPs that have become known as Quietly.

Flenser Records writes about Quietly, Thom Wasluck and Planning For Burial:

“It was a tumultuous time in Wasluck’s life, and the songs he composed reflect the intense feelings of longing and jealousy that he was experiencing. As the title suggests, these tracks are more restrained in approach than the work which preceded them. They are also set apart from much of Wasluck’s other output by their recording process, which was largely done live with few or no overdubs in order to properly capture every emotion in its rawest state.

For almost a decade, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania-based musician Thom Wasluck has been releasing his signature gloomy dirges under the name Planning for Burial at a nearly relentless pace. He now has three full-length albums (most notably 2017’s monumental Below the House) under his belt as well as countless EPs and splits. The Quietly sessions took place between 2011 and 2012 and will be available for the first time on vinyl from The Flenser. This new version includes a song that was previously only issued on a floppy disc as well as an unreleased track from the same era. This collection was remastered specifically for this vinyl release by Nicholas Wilbur (Mount Eerie) at The Unknown.”

Check out Quietly and all of Planning For Burial’s music here.

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Album Review: Seidr – “For Winter Fire”

Posted by Darklord on Thursday, May 12, 2011 at 2:00 PM (PST)

Kentucky’s ambient doom metallers Seidr are releasing their full-length debut entitled, “For Winter Fire”. Jack Hanner, Adam Nicholson, Crow and A. Lundr have a history of releasing 2 demos and an EP. The long-awaited LP has 7 epic tracks to keep any fan of doom entertained.

“For Winter Fire” is a great album when it comes to producing the ambient atmosphere that is needed in the world of doom. A. Lundr is clearly a multi-talented musician whose impact on this album is shown greatly. He’s been involved with bands such as Agnosis, Throndt, and ex-Anagnorisis. Not to mention the heavily underestimated, anarchic black-metal solo project, Panopticon. Jack Hannert is the blood-curdling vocalist who expresses himself greatly throughout “For Winter Fire” and guitarist Crow and bassist Adam help catapult this 7-track album.

Get the full review here.

Kentucky’s experimental doomsters Seidr recently finished recording for their debut full length album “For Winter Fire,” which will be out on Flenser Records May 24. As a teaser, the band has released the track “A Vision From Hlidskjalf” for streaming via Brooklyn Vegan.

Check it out here.

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Seidr Announce Details of Upcoming Album “For Winter Fire”

Posted by JDKleinhans on Wednesday, April 6, 2011 at 7:12 PM (PST)

Indie metal entity The Flenser, who recently announced the signing of Louisville, Kentucky’s avant-doom unit Seidr to their potent label roster, today confirm more info on the band’s debut full-length, “For Winter Fire”.

Seidr’s recently completed “For Winter Fire” debut boasts gargantuan, organic doom metal riffing displayed in an epic yet harrowing display of force. A slight post-metal atmospheric edge envelops the otherwise crushing tectonic force of the album’s blackened-doom core. With direct ties to black metal act Panopticon — also a part of The Flenser’s label family — Seidr is already a name a diehard core of underground metal fiends are aware of, making the “For Winter Fire” release a label priority for the year. You can check out the cover art and check out audio samples here.

For more details go here.

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