These are high quality LPs that are imported from the best plants in Europe. There are three unique colour variants, with each one of them being strictly limited and hand-numbered to 100 nos. each. The thick gatefold sleeves have a beautiful metallic effect all over and there’s even raised UV lamination done on parts of the layout. The artwork by Dawid Figielek looks awe-inspiring here. Each LP comes with a download code and transparent logo sticker.
Worldwide registered airmail shipping with tracking per LP is only 7.99 euros!
Please bear in mind that these colours are for representational purpose only and the actual products may differ. Also the shipping date is tentative because of the huge mess at the vinyl plants around the world and it’s possible that the LPs will be shipped out a bit later, depending on the backlog at the pressing plants.
Helmed by the Rotten Sound vocalist Keijo Niinimaa, Finnish band Morbid Evils give us their own dark, twisted and unbearably heavy interpretation of death/doom/sludge metal music which is both awe-inspiring and riveting. They trudge ponderously as if through a toxic, miasmic swamp, giving little idea as to where they’re headed, and then suddenly pick up speed and lash out or resort to earth-trembling heaving parts as a way of culminating their suspenseful journey spread out over four monolithic songs. Each one brings out different aspects of the curious personality, and it only helps in deciphering this phantasmagorical beast. Through rapid evolution, this entity has only grown stronger with each album, imbibing a plethora of human emotions to make their expression even more impactful without cutting down on its girth. A fascinating album devoid of any weaknesses, ‘Supernaturals’ is not only the band’s landmark release but it also takes the sound ahead for the style as a whole.
For fans of – Primitive Man, Jupiterian, 71TonMan, Winter, Thou, Conan, Grief
Keijo Niinimaa (Rotten Sound) – Vocals, Guitars, Octaver Bass, Samples
Jarno Virkki – Drums
Tuomas Varila – Lead GuitarArtwork by Dawid Figielek