Sludge Doom Bibilic Blood. Band Name Bibilic Blood. Album Name Pale Face Destroyer. Data de lançamento 2010. Labels Self-Produced. Estilo de MúsicaSludge Doom. Membros têm este álbum2.
Pale is a 1990 album by American alternative rock band Toad the Wet Sprocket, and the band's second album. During the recording of Pale, the band signed with Columbia Records. However, they declined to re-record any of the album in a more polished way. Columbia released the album without alterations, as it had done with the 1989 re-release of their debut 1988 album Bread & Circus. Pale was released in January 1990.
The Destroyer is an album by electronic artist Alec Empire, his first on his own record label Digital Hardcore Recordings, released in 1996 in Europe and a revised version in 1998 in United States. Destroyer is also the name given to a series of EPs by Empire released two years before. Unlike his previous albums for Mille Plateaux, The Destroyer had a much heavier sound more akin to that of his band Atari Teenage Riot, and is considered as one of the earliest examples of a breakcore record.
Alec rerecorded these tracks especially for this album in January 1996. Pleasure Is Our Business" was recorded live at the "Underground" club in Cologne, 1. The rest was written, produced and recorded by Alec Empire in April 1996 at Empire Studios Berlin exclusively for this album. Fuck the nazi punks up their asses. I hate people who romanticise death - this is not what it s all about!
Marilyn Manson - The Pale Emperor (2015).
Pale Horseman - Pineal Awakening 07:57. Pale Horseman - Bastard Child 15:10. Pale Horseman - Olduvai Gorge 05:49. Mourn the Black Lotus - Pale Horseman. The Fourth Seal - Pale Horseman. Pale Horseman - Pale Horseman. Split - Pale Horseman.
Black Mountain’s fifth studio album, ‘Destroyer’, comes in the wake of line-up changes that threw the band’s future into doubt. Following the amicable departure of founding drummer Josh Wells and vocalist Amber Webber, Stephen McBean and Jeremy Schmidt began working on new music that might have eventually fallen under a new name. McBean was even seen restoring a classic 1985 Dodge Destroyer-cue album title inspiration-as his infatuation with blistering motors grew, and here Black Mountain’s underlying penchant for slower, terrific stoner rock is all but cast aside. Boogie Lover bucks the trend, its monster riff propelling the track along in the slow lane for a welcome return to what McBean does best, while the excellent Horns Arising also belts out more brilliant guitar lines amid a sea of swirling keys, sounding like the proud lovechild of Hawkwind and Black Sabbath.