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    Released in 2003, Remains Of The Day followed up “An Underlying Frequency” with ‘Hanging on Rebellion.” Where their previous effort was despairing landscapes of dereliction, interspersed with moments of hope, ‘Hanging on Rebellion” focuses on that desperate, frantic hope; the melody is heightened, the pace is quickened, the violin ever present yet out of reach in waves of heavy reverb over far more melodic post punk inspired guitars, howling screams and low growls and the very prominent pummelling d beat. It is this juxtaposition of almost etherial and intricately delicate melodies and the underlying crushing crust hardcore that is so evocative. Remains of the day perfectly captured the sound of an abandoned world of forgotten things; of expanses of pylons and withered trees, of cities lost to nature. Together with the likes of His Hero Is Gone. Madame Germen, Ekkaia and Tragedy, they would inspire a decade of epic, emotive crust. (Alerta Antifascista Records)
  • A long forgotten classic LP, finally back in print, in an edition of 500 copies on 180-gram vinyl. Formed in the late '70s at the same high school that spawned L.A. legends T.S.O.L., Rhino 39 had an unfortunate fate. After releasing a legendary single on Dangerhouse in 1979, one of the earliest examples of L.A. hc, lead singer Dave Dacron died in a car accident in 1980. His younger brother took over lead singing duties and though it took another six years for the self-titled debut-LP to be released, it still sounds like classic early 80s L.A. punk. A legendary band with a long forgotten classic LP finally back in print on Radiation Deluxe. 180 gram vinyl. Edition of 500. (Radiation Records)
  • Blank Generation is the debut studio album by American punk rock band Richard Hell and the Voidoids. It was produced by Richard Gottehrer and released in September 1977 on Sire Records. (Sire)
  • H B-otherSide records με μεγάλη χαρά και συγκίνηση παρουσιάζει το ακυκλοφόρητο υλικό από την Πειραιώτικη garage μπάντα των Riddles, ηχογραφημένο το 1966 σε δύο διαφορετικές session. Oι Riddles ξεχώριζαν για το δυναμικό παίξιμό τους καθώς και για την απόλυτη επιτυχία με την οποία απέδιδαν το ρεπερτόριο των αγαπημένων τους Beatles, των οποίων υπήρξαν η άτυπη ελληνική cover band. Στον διαγωνισμό συγκροτημάτων του 1966 κέρδισαν πανηγυρικά το πρώτο βραβείο, πραγματοποιώντας μια εκπληκτική σκηνική εμφάνιση, η οποία τους οδήγησε στην δισκογραφία. Παράλληλα με τον mersey beat ήχο που απέδιδαν τέλεια, ηχογράφησαν 4 δικά τους κομμάτια, πιστά στον garage rock ήχο του '60, από τα οποία τα 2 εκδόθηκαν το 1966 σε δισκάκι 45 στροφών ενώ τα άλλα 2 παρουσιάζονται για πρώτη φορά στο παρόν άλμπουμ, μαζί με μια πρόβα ηχογραφημένη την ίδια χρονιά στο Studio Echo από τον ηχολήπτη Γιώργο Φρεν, συνολικά 9 tracks. Η έκδοση έχει γίνει σε 300 αριθμημένα αντίτυπα, απο τα οποία τα 150 πρώτα σε κόκκινο χρωματιστό βινύλιο και τα επόμενα 150 στο κλασσικό μαύρο βινύλιο. Η κυκλοφορία συνοδεύεται από εξασέλιδο ένθετο με την πλήρη βιογραφία του γκρουπ στα ελληνικά και σε αγγλική μετάφραση, credits και ακυκλοφόρητες φωτογραφίες. Το mastering επιμελήθηκε ο Γιάννης Κύρης ενώ την εικαστική δημιουργία ανέλαβε ο Θανάσης Ξανθάκος (Plan 59), υπό την επιμέλεια του ιδρυτή των Riddles Γιάννη Ρενιέρη και της Βικτωρίας Ρενιέρη. (B-otherside Records)
  • H B-otherSide records με μεγάλη χαρά και συγκίνηση παρουσιάζει το ακυκλοφόρητο υλικό από την Πειραιώτικη garage μπάντα των Riddles, ηχογραφημένο το 1966 σε δύο διαφορετικές session. Oι Riddles ξεχώριζαν για το δυναμικό παίξιμό τους καθώς και για την απόλυτη επιτυχία με την οποία απέδιδαν το ρεπερτόριο των αγαπημένων τους Beatles, των οποίων υπήρξαν η άτυπη ελληνική cover band. Στον διαγωνισμό συγκροτημάτων του 1966 κέρδισαν πανηγυρικά το πρώτο βραβείο, πραγματοποιώντας μια εκπληκτική σκηνική εμφάνιση, η οποία τους οδήγησε στην δισκογραφία. Παράλληλα με τον mersey beat ήχο που απέδιδαν τέλεια, ηχογράφησαν 4 δικά τους κομμάτια, πιστά στον garage rock ήχο του '60, από τα οποία τα 2 εκδόθηκαν το 1966 σε δισκάκι 45 στροφών ενώ τα άλλα 2 παρουσιάζονται για πρώτη φορά στο παρόν άλμπουμ, μαζί με μια πρόβα ηχογραφημένη την ίδια χρονιά στο Studio Echo από τον ηχολήπτη Γιώργο Φρεν, συνολικά 9 tracks. Η έκδοση έχει γίνει σε 300 αριθμημένα αντίτυπα, απο τα οποία τα 150 πρώτα σε κόκκινο χρωματιστό βινύλιο και τα επόμενα 150 στο κλασσικό μαύρο βινύλιο. Η κυκλοφορία συνοδεύεται από εξασέλιδο ένθετο με την πλήρη βιογραφία του γκρουπ στα ελληνικά και σε αγγλική μετάφραση, credits και ακυκλοφόρητες φωτογραφίες. Το mastering επιμελήθηκε ο Γιάννης Κύρης ενώ την εικαστική δημιουργία ανέλαβε ο Θανάσης Ξανθάκος (Plan 59), υπό την επιμέλεια του ιδρυτή των Riddles Γιάννη Ρενιέρη και της Βικτωρίας Ρενιέρη. (B-otherside Records)
  • Radiation Reissues present a reissue of Rik L Rik's The Lost Album, originally released in 1991. The late great LA punk scene hero Rik L Rik's (F Word, Negative Trend) only solo album is a killer collection of singles, compilation tracks -- Beach Blvd (1979) and Rodney On The Roq (1980) --, live recordings, and unreleased tracks spanning punk, goth-rock, and new wave. Rik L Rik was a true original, parading around LA barefoot, living at his parents' house well into his 20s, and generally not giving a fuck in pure punk fashion. Essential for all fans of the '70s/'80s LA scene! Reissued on CD with exclusive liner notes from Posh Boy label mastermind Robbie Fields. (Radiation Records)
  • Radiation Reissues present a reissue of Rik L Rik's The Lost Album, originally released in 1991. The late great LA punk scene hero Rik L Rik's (F Word, Negative Trend) only solo album is a killer collection of singles, compilation tracks -- Beach Blvd (1979) and Rodney On The Roq (1980) --, live recordings, and unreleased tracks spanning punk, goth-rock, and new wave. Rik L Rik was a true original, parading around LA barefoot, living at his parents' house well into his 20s, and generally not giving a fuck in pure punk fashion. Essential for all fans of the '70s/'80s LA scene! Reissued on LP with exclusive liner notes from Posh Boy label mastermind Robbie Fields. (Radiation Records)
  • This LP collects all the singles by UK band Riot Squad. They started out with the same catchy, UK 82 sound that their peers played but progressed to a faster, heavier sound without veering into metal. Although this band took a lot of cues from The Exploited, they still manage to have a solid sound of their own. Consists of the EP's 'Fuck The Tories' (1982), 'Riots In The City' (1982), 'Don't Be Denied' (1983), 'I'm OK - Fuck You' (1983) and 'There's No Solution' (1984). (Radiation Records)
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    One of the forefathers of emotional post-punk and hardcore, this classic mid '80s era DC band features Guy Picciotto and Brendan Canty who later formed FUGAZI. Original recorded in 1985 - know your roots! This vinyl was re-mastered in 2009 and includes a digital download card. (Dischord Records)
  • Previously unreleased 1984 recordings from this influential early emo band. Featuring Guy Picciotto who went on to play in Fugazi and released on the ever-brilliant Dischord label. Tracklisting 1. End on End 2. Remainder 3. Persistent Vision 4. Hain's Point 5. All There Is 6. By Design (Dischord Records)
  • Collection neatly compiles RIXE's first 3 Eps on one album. All 12 cuts have been remastered for maximum volume. Rixe appeared from nowhere and went from strength to strength over the two years since the Debut EP Coup Et Blessures was released in February 2015. The EP was their calling card and harked back to the glory years of Bologna's finest Nabat mixed with the classic 80's French Oi! sound. It was instant and loved by all and went on to have six pressings. A year later came Les Nerf A Vif - another four tracker with extra bite and bile. Every track was perfectly recorded and produced. Lean with snarl and each track a nugget of anthemic Oi!. On third EP Bapteme Du Feu there was no let up in quality...  more. (La Vida Es Un Mus Records)
  • RKL | T-shirt

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    Hand made high quality silk screen print. Gildan Heavy Cotton T-shirt. Ενδέχεται να υπάρχουν ελλείψεις σε κάποια από τα μεγέθη. Σε αυτή την περίπτωση θα σας ενημερώσουμε τηλεφωνικά ή με e-mail για τον χρόνο παράδοσής τους σε εμάς από τον προμηθευτή (συνήθως 3-5 εργάσιμες ημέρες). Κατόπιν παραγγελίας το σχέδιο είναι διαθέσιμο και σε μέγεθος XX-Large.
  • Diehard swirl blue vinyl (180 grams) with white silkscreened print on B-side limited to 200 copies. 2nd pressing with different colors on the cover, OBI strip and silkscreened art on the LP. Osaka Power thrashin’ inferno! Often wrongly credited as Demo 1993 this is the 1991 studio Demo by Osaka’s Speed/Thrash legends ROSENFELD, prior to their full length “Pigs of the empire”. What you get here is a piece of history in Japanese Metal, just to give you an idea of the cult status around this band, their frontman Hisayoshi sung on AION’s monolithic “Deathrash Bound” album! Also important to mention is that in 35 years of existence this is their first ever vinyl release, not even a single track of theirs has been pressed on vinyl up to now. A good reason for giving it a top quality F.O.A.D. treatment… taken from the band’s mastertape and delivered on 180 gram vinyl for the best sonic impact, you know what to expect. Fast, powerful and extremely intense, ROSENFELD’s style is a splendid burst of memorable riffs, hyper-tight drumming and high pitched screams that can easily compete with some ’80s international titans of the Thrash gotha. Comes with OBI strip and a full colored booklet with loads of rare photos and flyers! (F.O.A.D. Records)
  • The darkness is ever-present on Rotten Minds third album 'Fading Into Oblivion'. Ten tracks of eccentric punk expressions that clashes with a cold and nihilistic atmosphere and creates a soulful and personal album.A huge amount of integrity surrounds the melancholic melodies of the ten tracks which brings a modern Scandinavian sound to mind. The album finds its greatness in its stripped-down sound and its simplicity. 'Fading Into Oblivion' was just like the debut album "I'm Alone Even With You" recorded by Mattias Kennhed at the Communichaos Media Clay Station. The new album gives you everything you expect from Rotten Mind, and so much more. It's A combination of the band's debut "I'm Alone Even With You" and their second self titled album. It's an explosion of sounds from the post-punk and garage rock world. Rotten Mind can be found somewhere in a modernized 80´s versatility between UK-acts as The Vibrators, The Adverts, and US-bands as Christian Death and T.S.O.L. (Lövely Records)
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    Combining elements of 77'punk, post-punk and garage rock, Swedish indie- force Rotten Mind are back with their fourth full length album. With Rat City Dog Boy, Rotten Mind returns to their musical roots while embracing new influences to create an album that sounds both fresh and vintage, making the band appealing to old-school punkers as well as newfound lovers of the scene. Since the release of their critically acclaimed debut "I'm Alone Even With You", Rotten Mind has played shows in Australia, Germany, France, Sweden, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, UK, USA, Spain and Czech Republic, and has been recognized in music magazines such as NME, Vice, Gaffa, and Hymn. For fans of: The Vibrators, Christian Death and T.S.O.L or modern bands as Crusades, Iceage, Radioactivty, Vicious, High Tension Wires or Metz. (Lövely Records) https://rottenmind-official.bandcamp.com/album/rat-city-dog-boy
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    The record most responsible for putting Greece on the black metal map is, perhaps paradoxically, both an intriguing slice of history and a timeless piece of music. Thy Mighty Contract remains a hugely significant opus that was influential to a still-forming extreme metal scene and whose sound is tied intrinsically to the era in which it was manifested. Yet equally, this is a work that has aged superbly and still sounds as essential and unique as ever today. Both musically and lyrically, Thy Mighty Contract is rarely straightforward – and is arguably all the better for it, offering layers of meaning and demanding repeated playing. It is a dripping with a myriad of influences, with touches of first wave black metal, doom, death, thrash and heavy metal evident at various points during the album, combining these to create a sound that has never quite been repeated. (Peaceville Records/2019)
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    "Roza Eskenazi was a giant of rembetika, the urban Greek music of Ottoman origin associated with the poor underclass. Eskenazi's life was extraordinary: born Sarah Spinazi to a poor Sephardic Jewish family in Constantinople, probably in the mid-1890s, after an itinerant childhood, she began dancing at the Grand Hotel Theatre in Thessaloniki. She eloped with the wealthy Yiannis Zardinidis around 1913, with whom she bore a son, but after his untimely death in 1917, she placed the son in the care of an orphanage and moved to Athens, where she danced with Armenian cabaret artists. Eventually, the composer Panagiotis Toundas discovered her singing and arranged her first recordings for Columbia Records in 1929, which catapulted her to fame. Cutting over 500 songs in the 1930s, she became the leading exponent of the Smyrna school of rembetika. Running a nightclub in Athens during the German occupation of World War II, she hid resistance fighters and British spies and helped many Jewish families flee the country. She finally toured the USA in the 1950s, and though her career subsequently waned, a 1970s revival led to further work. The longevity of her output is such that her song Misirlu was included on the soundtrack of Pulp Fiction; the 21 gems collected here were recorded between 1931 and 1947." (Fantôme Phonographique)
  • Recorded several years ago before Rudimentary Peni engaged in another mysterious hiatus, Great War has finally emerged to kiss the gas-tinged light of a mustered morn. Expanding on the skeletal sounds and subject of 2009's “Wilfred Owen” single the band has seen fit to concentrate on a more mechanized approach doing away with even more of the humanizing aspects in their music this time delivering ten painful familiar shards fraught with brittle anxiety and anguished simplicity. Great War cements new phase in the ever-crawling metamorphic madness that is Rudimentary Peni. The record comes with brand new Nick Blinko Artwork on the sleeve and Inner Sleeve. (Sealed Records)
  • Recorded several years ago before Rudimentary Peni engaged in another mysterious hiatus, Great War has finally emerged to kiss the gas-tinged light of a mustered morn. Expanding on the skeletal sounds and subject of 2009's “Wilfred Owen” single the band has seen fit to concentrate on a more mechanized approach doing away with even more of the humanizing aspects in their music this time delivering ten painful familiar shards fraught with brittle anxiety and anguished simplicity. Great War cements new phase in the ever-crawling metamorphic madness that is Rudimentary Peni. The record comes with brand new Nick Blinko Artwork on the sleeve and Inner Sleeve. (Sealed Records)
  • Finally! "Hidden In Eternity" and "Eraser III" are put to the perfect format and classed up nicely by some of the finest design work Ryan Tong has ever done. Taking the path of 2018's bulldozing What Do You Stand For? LP, S.H.I.T. crank out two tracks of hyped-up hardcore bombfall with the signature snarl that you've come to know and love. Perfect music. Written and performed by S.H.I.T. Recorded by Dylan Frankland at Palace Studios. Mixing and additional recording by Jonah Falco. Mastered by Arthur Rizk. Artwork by Ryan Tong. European version available through La Vida Es Un Mus. North American version available through Iron Lung Records. (La Vida Es Un Mus Records)
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    S.P.K. | auto da fè | LP

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    "The first side of Auto-Da-Fé consists of singles dating back to before the release of Information Overload Unit, while the second side is post-Leichenschrei, but pre-Machine Age Voodoo material. With early material vacillating between noisy textures and punk trappings, and the later tracks showing hints of their synth-pop direction, there's a definite dichotomy here, but both halves excel greatly in what they seek to do. Opening with material from their confusingly early singles, Factory, Mekano, and Meat Processing Section (all of which shared tracks between them), Contact and Mekano both use abstractly processed and effected guitars with what sounds like metal barrel percussion and rather naked vocals to create something that’s closer to "punk" than "industrial," to attach genre terms, but fits into neither pigeonhole well. Germanik amps up the dissonance, with the guitar sounding as if it is piped in from another room while metal percussion and barked pseudo-fascist German vocals become the norm. Once we get to the middle portion of the album the dissonance is ramped up. The previous three tracks come across as downright quaint once Retard starts. Different from the Information Overload Unit track of the same title, the combination of extreme high and low frequencies rival Throbbing Gristle's Subhuman for pure obnoxiousness, and the lyrics discussing the autopsy of a 12 year old girl is anything but pleasant. I honestly have problems sitting through the entire song just due to the high pitched whistling noise that never relents. But, of course, there is Slogun. I think an entire book could be written on both the track and its legacy in various forms of aggressive music. An unidentifiable morass of electronics, guitar, distortion, and what sounds like power tools blast for over six minutes, underscored by an overdriven, rudimentary drum machine beat. Probably most well known is the vocals: manic shouts from both Neil Hill and Graeme Revell barking the slogan of the original Socialist Patients Collective, "Kill for inner peace / bomb for mental health / therapy through violence." Words can't do Slogun justice: it is a visceral, physical experience that never stops. I’ve never heard any other piece of music from any genre that hits on such a somatic level. I cannot disagree with the masses that sing the praises of this song: most of SPK's career was great, but this is the perfect culmination of their work, and perhaps the definitive song of the era. There wasn't an attempt to do a "Slogun 2" after this, on either Information Overload Unit or Leichenschrei, nor should there have been. The remainder of Auto-Da-Fé is a selection of studio and single tracks from 1982 and 1983, taking the song-oriented direction that was hinted at on Leichenschrei (i.e., Despair, Day of Pigs), but strip away much of the noise and distortion, revealing a sparse, dour proto-pop that is quite different from what they did before, but not entirely out of character either. Metal Field keeps many of the pieces from Leichenschrei: synthetic and metal drums, analog synths, and vocals, but it’s more restrained and subtle. Revell is actually singing, though in a flat, emotionless monotone, and the synths are sequenced into actual melodies and bass lines. It is ostensibly danceable electro, but has this cold, detached feel that makes it anything but conventional. Similarly, the more upbeat Walking on Dead Steps puts together many of the same pieces, but even with its faster tempo and higher energy, lyrics like "fascism is in fashion again" show it wasn't an attempt to gain commercial success. While Leichenschrei is SPK's most cohesive, singular work, I probably show Auto-Da-Fé some favoritism because it has such a varying sound to it. It actually excels in its disjointedness, and the fact that it has Slogun on it doesn’t hurt either." - Creaig Dunton Side A originally released on various singles in 1979. Side B new studio recordings for this LP made in 1981. Tracklist A1 Kontakt A2 Germanik A3 Mekano A4 Retard A5 Slogun B1 Metall Field B2 Walking On Dead Steps B3 A Heart That Breaks In No Time Or Place (Walter Ulbricht Schallfolien/Unofficial Release)
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    The should have become as big as bands like JOY DIVISION, THE SOUND or THE CURE that come from the same scene, unfortunately the group first disband in 1993. - "In The Breeze" is a compilation originally released right after the breakup, a collection of previously unreleased recordings spanning their first lifetime. It features demos, alternate versions, recording outtakes, John Peel session... To many they are the best kept secret of the early British pos-punk! Taken from the liner notes on the back of the jacket... Sad Lovers And Giants fell apart at the end of 1983. This record is a collection of previously unreleased recordings spanning their lifetime. 50:50 and The Change (Tracks A1 and A2): Demos recorded at Pet Sounds in early 1981. Electronically 'tweaked' 1984. "50:50" was soon dropped from the set but "The Change" survived as an occasional encore. Interlude (Track A3): Recorded live at The Venue, September 1982. Electronically 'tweaked' 1984. This instrumental dates back to the group's early days and was phased out by 1983. Landslide and Echoplay (Tracks A4 and A5): Out-takes from the "Colourless Dream" sessions at Surrey Sound, Summer 1981. "Landslide" had already been released on the group's first single/EP, "Clé", and "Echoplay" was re-recorded for "Epic Garden Music". These versions were remixed at Alaska, summer 1984. Sex Without Gravity, There Was No Time, Clint and Alice (Isn't Playing) (Tracks A6 to B3): Radio One John Peel Session, late 1981. "Sex Without Gravity" was never performed anywhere else and "There Was No Time" was soon replaced by new material. "Clint" and "Alice (Isn't Playing)" were subsequently recorded for "Epic Garden Music", although another version of "Clint" had already appeared on the "The Thing From The Crypt" compilation. The producer for Radio One was Roger Pursey and these tracks are released by arrangement with BBC Enterprises Limited. 3 Lines (Track B4): Recorded live at the Brunel Rooms, Swindon, March, 1983. Electronically 'tweaked' 1984. "3 Lines" later metamorphosed into "Dividing Lines", an unfinished out-take of "Feeding The Flame". Imagination (Track B5): Out-take from "Feeding The Flame". Recorded at Spaceward, summer 1983. "Imagination" originally appeared as the A-side of "Clé", but the group wished to record a better version. (Restless Empire Records)  
  • Formed in 1978 by David Corboy, senior citizen in Northwest punk rock, (who had been playing in bands since 1963!), Portland's KBD punk legends SADO-NATION released their groundbreaking debut EP in 1980, and switched right after to a faster and tighter hardcore punk mostly thanks to the addition of the singer Mish Bondage to the band. Voted best female voclaist by Flipside in 1984, Mish's frightening stage presence and meaningful lyrics, gave Corboy's compositions a new twist, which resulted in one of the most hidden treasures of American 80's Hardcore Punk history. SADO-NATION first lp, originally released on the Brainstem label in 1982, is now legitimately reissued on vinyl for the first time in 30 years, thanks to Radiation Records and the original band members. After years of struggle and despair, hundreds of punk record collections can now be easily completed. (Radiation Records)
  • Finally a vinyl release of their 1990 CD-only album with previously unreleased tracks on vinyl! Final Descent is an album by Samhain, first released in 1990, more than three years after lead singer Glenn Danzig and bassist Eerie Von had recruited guitarist John Christ and drummer Chuck Biscuits to form Danzig. Tracks 1-5 are previously unreleased songs, at least some of which had been intended for the Samhain Grim album before it was aborted when the band changed its personnel, and finally its name, to Danzig. Tracks 6-11 had been released in 1987 on the first pressing of the Initium CD. These songs were in fact overdubbed (partially re-recorded) and remixed versions of those on the 1985 Unholy Passion E.P. Eerie Von has confirmed that "Death...In Its Arms" was recorded during the sessions for Danzig's second album, Danzig II: Lucifuge, and features the full original Danzig lineup: singer Glenn Danzig, guitarist John Christ, bassist Eerie Von, and drummer Chuck Biscuits. Like all of Samhain's discography, and most of Danzig's prior work with the Misfits, Final Descent was originally released on Danzig's independent record label Plan 9, distributed by Caroline Records. Apart from the band's reissues in 2000-01, this is the only Samhain release that does not have a 12" vinyl counterpart. Glenn Danzig said that some vinyl sleeves were made, but further plans to release the album on vinyl in 1990 were scrapped because he was not pleased with them. (Plan 9/Unofficial Release)
  • SAMHAIN | initium | LP

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    Initium is the first LP (1984) from Samhain, formed by Glenn Danzig immediately after the disbandment of the Misfits, bringing a more deathrock and metal-infused style of horror punk. (Unofficial Release)