Indie Recordings

Seigmen - Enola (Indie Recordings)

Proving that sadness doesn't actually have to make you feel sad...
Release Date: 
12 Apr 2015 - 11:30pm

Norway’s Seigmen were something of a big noise in their homeland in the nineties, scoring a couple of number one albums and a huge local following with their ever-developing brand

Keep of Kalessin - Epistemology (Indie Recordings)

Damn you Norway and your progressive ways...
Release Date: 
16 Feb 2015 - 12:30am

I was a tad wary when I read that Keep of Kalessin had come in third place at Norway's Eurovision contest - let's face it; metal on Eurovision is (usually) a prett

Blodhemn - H7 (Indie Recordings)

Black metal good stuff...
Release Date: 
10 Nov 2014 - 12:30am

Despite the idea of a one man band conjuring images of some bloke with cymbals taped to his knees, Invisus (who is Blodhemn in its entirety) does a pretty good job

Posthum: Norwegian black metal missionaries release The Black Northern Ritual stateside via Indie Recordings

The Black Northern Ritual gets a US release for Norway's Posthum

Norwegian black metal missionaries, Posthum, are pleased to unleash the unholy fruits of their third full-length, The Black Northern Ritual.

1349- Massive Cauldron of Chaos (Indie Recordings)

1349 takes on a blackened thrash sound, but does it work?
Release Date: 
29 Sep 2014 (All day)

Fans of black metal can certainly be a fickle bunch.

The Osiris Club - Blazing World (Indie Recordings)

Dark proggy joy...
Release Date: 
1 Jun 2014 - 11:30pm

The English are masters of prog in all its forms - The Osiris Club are testament to this.

Kampfar - Djevelmakt (Indie Recordings)

Folk tinged black metal...
Release Date: 
27 Jan 2014 - 12:30am

Folk tinged black metal?!

NiteRain - CrossFire (Indie Recordings)

Turbocharged sleaze from Oslo rock city!
Release Date: 
15 Nov 2013 (All day)

Eighties metal cross-genre mashup ALERT!

Gehenna - Unravel (Indie Recordings)

'Tis a slow-slithering grimness which unravels here...
Release Date: 
11 Oct 2013 - 1:36am

I first became aware of Gehenna via their 1994 album, First Spell. I dug it, it was sorta creaky but nevertheless endearing black metal.

Cult of Luna – Vertikal II (Indie Recordings)

Brooding, building and boiling, absorbing the listener in a dramatic world of technology with a human face.
Release Date: 
20 Sep 2013 (All day)

Until the release of Vertikal earlier this year, it had been damn near a decade since I was this excited about Cult of Luna.