These are beautifully designed, high quality LPs imported from the Czech Republic for which a dedicated vinyl master is used. They come in an extra thick gatefold LP sleeve with metallic effect all over and embossing done on certain parts. Each of the five unique colour variants are limited to 75 nos. and go perfectly with the overall theme of the album artwork.
Please bear in mind that these colours are for representational purpose only and the actual products may differ. Also the shipping date is tentative and it’s likely that the LPs will be shipped out sooner, depending on the backlog at the pressing plants.
shipping out on or around December 20, 2021
Unheralded death metal kings Replicant return with an album that will send shock waves through the scene. They’ve honed their brand of technical, dissonant and groovy death metal and forged a sound that’s nigh unparalleled. They’ve distilled the best elements of them all into a sonically potent, visceral and frankly devastating album that’s perfect in nearly all aspects. This is the sound of death metal of the times – it’s forward-thinking, suitably dissonant, effortlessly catchy, semi-technical and simply explosive in its execution. There are various twists and turns that keep things interesting and even unpredictable, without derailing its powerful momentum. It’s rare to come across an album that’s so well-rounded, impactful and one that leaves a lasting impression. Replicant have not only completely surpassed expectations from people with their new one, but have set new standards for contemporary death metal with ‘Malignant Reality’.
For fans of: Gorguts, Revulsion, Norse, Demilich, Negativa, Diskord, Wormed, Burnt By The Sun, Ulcerate
released September 10th, 2021
Line up –
Mike Gonçalves – Vocals, Bass, Guitars
Pete Lloyd – Guitars, High-frequency transmissions
James Applegate – Drums
Theremin on “Caverns of Insipid Reflection” by Cody McCorry
Guitar solo on “Dressed in Violence” by Peter Brown
Spoken word on “The Ubiquity of Time” by Mike Hill
Violin on “The Ubiquity of Time” by Ben Karas
Cover art by Alli Tuttle