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download: TRAVIS RYAN (Cattle Decapitation singer) / DEATH BY A THOUSAND CUTS [12 Jul 2011|06:04pm]

The long out-of-print TRAVIS RYAN / DEATH BY A THOUSAND CUTS split CD is now available for digital download @ http://chromepeelerrecords.bandcamp.com/album/travis-ryan-death-by-a-thousand-cuts

One of the more interesting pairings of harsh, electronic horror, upstart noise duo Death By A Thousand Cuts team up with CATTLE DECAPITATION vocalist Travis Ryan to transmit an hour of grim, nightmarish drone noise. Travis Ryan's four tracks open the disc with an edgy, paranoid ambience that mixes environmental buzzes and electronic hum with blurry theremin melodies and hushed buzzsaw tones, evoking the faint but discernible hum of electricity you feel when standing at the edge of an urban landscape in the middle of the night. Occasionally Ryan's droning dread lurches into a staticky overload that recalls the chopped up circuit burn of John Wiese, but more often drifts through a halogen-lit dreamworld similar to a grittier, urban take on Glass Throat Records atmospherics.

The other side of this split is haunted by Death By A Thousand Cut's nightmarish free electronic designs. DBATC's industrial hallucinations are conjured from noxious bass sinewaves and cloudy keyboard drones, curling upwards out of metal-on-metal carnage and blasts of laser-beam effects pedal violence, and the music becomes strangely beautiful, especially with the cosmic, Troum-meets-Bastard Noise insectoid frequencies of the final track "Approach Of The Black Claw".

STILL AVAILABLE from Chrome Peeler Records:
Unearthly Trance / The Endless Blockade "split" LP (doom vs. power violence)
Merzbow / The Guilt of... "split" LP (Japanese noise legend vs. EYEHATEGOD side project)
Mike IX Williams "That's What the Obituary Said" 7"+poster (EYEHATEGOD vocalist)

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FINAL SOLUTION "All New Power" (90s NYC power-electronics) [22 Mar 2011|07:47pm]

Due to the FINAL SOLUTION "All New Power" cassette selling out in 3 days, the digital version is now available @


About the release:

CPR-14: FINAL SOLUTION "All New Power"
Re-issue of impossible to find 1990 demo from NYC power electronics legends. FINAL SOLUTION created some of the most raw and intense power electronics ever. They could be compared to "Great White Death" era WHITEHOUSE, but they really emit a hard New York ugliness that only an American-born group could bring.

STILL AVAILABLE from Chrome Peeler Records:
Unearthly Trance / Wooden Wand "Manson" 7"
Unearthly Trance / The Endless Blockade "split" LP
Merzbow / The Guilt of... "split" LP
Mike IX Williams "That's what the Obituary Said" 7"+poster
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Chrome Peeler vinyl & cd distro [03 Feb 2008|11:37am]

Chrome Peeler Records has launched a vinyl & cd distro. Both distros are updated at least twice a week.

You can view the Chrome Peeler cd distro HERE and see the hundreds of black metal / drone / doom / sludge / stoner / experimental / noise / thrash / grind / pagan titles we distribute.

The Chrome Peeler vinyl distro is available HERE

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.Terrorizer doom special. [27 Apr 2006|10:57pm]

I'm a bit late on this considering the first half of Terrorizer magazine's doom special was taken off the shelves today, but there is a second installment in the issue released today. Just thought I'd give those of you who didn't know a heads up; I know I'm kicking myself for not picking up the first part when I saw it.

On that note, if anyone has a copy of the first doom issue laying around, I will gladly take it off your hands.
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[02 Apr 2006|12:56am]

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the grim banana [08 Jan 2006|10:44pm]

Chrome Peeler Records is auctioning off a one-of-a-kind item from Stephen O'Malley (Thor's Hammer, Burning Witch, Khanate, Sunn0)))

The proceeds of the auction will be used to fund the release of a solo cd by Jon Wesseltoft of Thorns Ltd.

Take a look and make a bid:

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[03 Oct 2005|07:31pm]

Death By A Thousand Cuts have 3 new songs up on their myspace account and a great FREE show Saturday, Oct. 8th in NYC at the Apocalypse Lounge.

Add them: www.myspace.com/deathbyathousandcuts

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[04 Jun 2005|09:38pm]

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[05 Feb 2005|03:43pm]

Great googly moogly.

TWO Earth albums in wide circulation.

Go ahead, get it. 070796 on CD definitly wont last long.
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[21 Jan 2005|01:12pm]

Saturday January 22nd

Snake Oiler [Arabi/ Chalmette]
Face First [New Orleans]
Deadbird [fayetville, AR]
Beaten Back to Pure [VA]
Starchild [Waycross, GA]
Dove [southern FL]

everything from sludge to punk rock
this is a big show

its only $6 to get in

Howlin wolf
doors and food at 8, bands start at 8:30 promptly.
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[02 Jan 2005|03:31pm]

Om - Variations on a Theme.

Holy Moutain Recordings

2/3's of Sleep. Chris Haikus and Al Cisneros. Droney. Right where Sleep left off with Dopesmoker.

And of course the new High on Fire is coming out.
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[01 Jan 2005|02:38pm]

Well...shit. I completely forgot that I ran a doom related community. I am curious as to how many of you are just doom purists...I seem to find more enjoyment in drone and funeral doom. So, ultimately...for those of you who enjoy Funeral Doom, what are some of your favorite bands?
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rawk [16 Dec 2004|01:50pm]

First, thanks to Dave for hooking me up with the info on this community.

Secondly, Id just like to know if any of you guys got the reissue of Sleep's Jerusalem album, now called DopeSmoker. Its out on the TeePee label.

and for anyone who hasnt heard it, today I decided that Sleep's Holy Mountain is one of the best albums i have in my collection.
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further doom recommendations [08 Dec 2004|05:15pm]

in order to keep the doom flowing today cos i'm FEELIN IT YO, more doom recommendations ouside your top 5's.

i nominate church of misery for one.
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marzuraan [08 Dec 2004|04:31pm]

a great newer doom band everyone seems to be sleeping on right now is marzuraan. their sound is somewhere in between the drone of sunn0))) and the heavy riffs of sleep. they realeased a fabulous album this year called solid state, which has been in constant rotation in my stereo lately. don't be the last kid on your block to get this record. plus it has great cover art. the package folds out into this huge black crucifix, i think designed by one of the dudes from sunn.

so check this shit out, or if you have, tell me what you think about it.
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[06 Dec 2004|11:47pm]

[ mood | hyper ]

Alrighty let's keep some discussion goin on here. Since the almighty Saint Vitus was on ALL of our top fives (save for lj_carrierovwounds), let us use the supernatural powers of doom to discuss what the very best SAINT VITUS record is. I know that most people will say V, but don't let that discourage the rebel in you that just oozes slime of pleasure out of every orophus upon hearing MOURNFUL CRIES!

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[29 Nov 2004|10:45pm]

[ mood | hyper ]

I joined this community because I am currently so into DOOOOOOOOOM.

TOP FIVE DOOM BANDS PLZ (besides the obvious Sabbath)

Orange Goblin
Saint Vitus
High on Fire

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Test Entry [29 Nov 2004|03:15pm]

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