We are in the final 9 days of the KICKSTARTER project for the release of Magus Gilmore’s THE SATANIC SCRIPTURES in a Spanish translation. There are some unique perks available to supporters of this project and they include now out-of-print versions of the English language first edition: the deluxe slip-cased version and hard cover copies as well. These have become collector’s items and are well worth the effort to grab before they vanish into the libraries of aficionados of the diabolical. Click on the image or here to visit the KICKSTARTER page and scroll down the listed pledge amounts on […]
Edda Publishing proudly presents: Edward Bulwer Lytton: Vril: The Power of the Coming Race Illustrations by Christine Ödlund. Introduction by Carl Abrahamsson. Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton’s cautionary tale of occult super-powers and advanced subterranean cultures has fascinated readers since 1871. Part early science-fiction, part educational tract, part occult romance, VRIL keeps spellbinding readers thanks to its wide range of themes and emotions, as well as its thrilling sense of adventure. A curious man descends into a mountain through a mine and experiences far more than he bargained for. Deep inside the mountain lies a completely different world. Its inhabitants, the Vril-ya, are human-like but physically […]
FanzinEra – Photographs 1985-1988 by Carl Abrahamsson. Introduction by Richard Kern. Trapart Books 2012. Carl Abrahamsson started taking photos to go along with the interviews he made for the fanzines “Lollipop” and “Acts Of Interstellar Torture” (1985-1988). From this vast snap-happy collection comes “FanzinEra”, a selection which includes portraits and live shots of underground superstars like: Iggy Pop, Sonic Youth, Lydia Lunch, Richard Kern, Nick Zedd, Joe Coleman, Union Carbide Productions, The Leather Nun, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, The Gun Club, The Cramps, Alex Chilton, The Church, The Go-Betweens, Long Ryders, Died Pretty, The Scientists, The Saints, Sort Sol, Sator, John Lydon, Legendary Stardust […]
Based on the classic works of Edgar Allan Poe, director Bart Mastronardi has assembled an award-winning cast and crew for his upcoming trilogy TALES OF POE. A unique new spin on three of Poe’s popular stories (The Tell Tale Heart, The Cask of Amontillado & Dreams), Mastronardi weaves together a compelling and suspenseful trilogy that will captivate Poe enthusiasts and horror fans alike. One of our Warlocks has a starring role in The Cask.
The House in the Port by J.R. Torina Fiction in a Lovecraftian vein! A young reporter moves to a rotting seaport town in Oregon, and finds that he has a destiny that is intertwined with that of Deep Ones, Dagon and Cthulhu himself. After inheriting a relative’s home by the beach, he begins experiencing strange visitors, local residents and dreams of seemingly strange creatures and places…
6/9/2012: Darren Deicide Releases 7-inch Vinyl Record “Bomb This Joint” will be his first vinyl release Release party will be hosted by Otto’s Shrunken Head and will kick off a summer tour May, 2011 – Ever Reviled Records in conjunction with Pounding Pavement Music and Otto’s Shrunken Head announces a June 9th, 2012 release party for “Bomb This Joint”, the first vinyl record release from Darren Deicide. The album will include a username and password for a free download of each song. Pre-orders are now available at darrendeicide.com. June 9th will also be the kickoff party for the “Bomb This […]
VASCA Radio powers-up with another thrilling episode and sweeps the VASCA Agents up in a brewing storm. Prometheus takes the helm with the current events section and delights with his insights into haunted places. He shares some of the causes and exploits the herd’s superstitions. Your hosts welcome Citizen Eric Hellfire to the VASCA Studio and discusses the car crash in Wilmington, NC that almost claimed the life of Warlock Tier Instinct. Mr. Hellfire also shares some information that VASCA Agents will surely find notable. As per tradition, your hosts have Eric Hellfire stick around for the prank segment and […]
Anton Bruckner died before he could complete the final movement of his Ninth Symphony, a work filled with struggle, anguish, terror, and majesty. For many years only the first three movements have been regularly performed. The peerless Berlin Philharmonic lead by Sir Simon Rattle, a potent interpreter of late romantic scores, now offers us the full symphony with the finale realized by a brilliant team of “forensic” musicologists. Nicola Samale and Giuseppe Mazzuca began the reconstruction work over 20 years ago. Later they were joined by John A. Phillips and Benjamin-Gunnar Cohrs, the latter two having taken the lead in […]