Indie Recordings is excited to welcome Wolcensmen, a one-man project from England which introduces us with a vision of atmospheric Heathen folk music. Wolcensmen’s debut album from 2016, Songs From The Fyrgen, will be reIssued by Indie Recordings on November 30th. Dan Capp (Wolcensmen) has commented signing with Indie Recordings: “Indie's enthusiasm is exactly what I look for in a label; so I'm very glad to be working with them. With their support and encouragement I'm confident that the ideas I have for Wolcensmen can be properly realised.”, and has continued about the album: “'Songs from the Fyrgen' was the most ambitious musical undertaking of my life so far, and Indie saw it for what it was - a labour of love. The album has now been faithfully remixed and remastered to show the songs in a new light, and both the CD and vinyl reissues will include a bonus CD of new songs, as well as in-depth liner notes, which I look forward to sharing with fans of Wolcensmen.” …
Norwegian death metallers Obliteration will release their fourth studio album titled “Cenotaph Obscure” on November 23rd! The record’s first single “Detestation Rite” is already available today – listen here OBLITERATION – DETESTATION RITE
The band will also hit European roads this Fall, together w The Ugliest Band in the World, Aura Noir, and Norwegian thrash force Vorbid!
Members of The Dillinger Escape Plan, Extol, and Sea + Air have joined creative forces as Azusa and will sonically shock listeners with one of most experimental and mesmerizing releases of the year. Azusa's debut album Heavy Yoke will be released on November 16 via Indie Recordings (ex. NA and Asia), and today, the band drops their second single titled “Heart Of Stone”. Give it a spin!
After their critically acclaimed sophomore album “The Wine-Dark Sea” earlier this year, London’s The Osiris Club will release their ever-first digital EP titled “Island Of Stone” on September 14th via Indie Recordings. The upcoming EP is comprised of three psychedelic prog-rock tracks.
Island of Stone - Based on the short story from the collection originally printed in 1988 ; The Wine Dark Sea, called The Wine Dark Sea, a strange surreal story set on a fictional Greek island. The band has commented: “We were happy to feature guest vocals by 'Kristoffer Rygg' from Experimental Norwegian outfit 'Ulver'...who brought his distinctive style to this track.”
After reaching major recognition and heavy rotation at one of the biggest rock channels in Norway, Radio Rock, and air-play time on national radio NRK P3, the Bergen-based band Vöödöö is finally out with their debut album “Ashes” today! Described as the gang that writes “choruses as big as skyscrapers” by Norwegian daily press, and as “potential world-beaters” by the UK press, the band brings Rock back to basic with some boundaries pushed!