Thursday, April 18, 2024

Mord’A’Stigmata Exiled

Avantgarde black metal quartet Mord’A’Stigmata will be releasing their first live album Songs for the Exiles (Live At Roadburn 2019). The album is set to be released on 19th of March through Pagan Records.

Captured live during the Roadburn Festival in Tilburg, The Netherlands on 14th of April 2019, the recording was subsequently mixed and mastered by Marcel van de Vondervoort (Ulver, Triptykon, Neurosis, Cult of Luna). The cover art was produced by Portuguese artist Credo Quia Absurdum, with layout design courtesy of P (Cursed Art).

Songs for the Exiles (Live At Roadburn 2019) will be on sale both digitally and CD versions – The physical format will be available on six panel Digipack CD strictly limited to 500 copies worldwide and exclusively through Pagan Records Webstore and at Mord’A’Stigmata’s gigs. It will not go to repress so you’re looking at some highly exclusive material.

Paul H Birch
Paul H Birch
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  1. Dear Editor!
    Tristwood will release an album this year called “Blackcrowned Majesty” for the first time in ten years and we would be very happy if you would include this news in your news section.

    More info: In the appendix you can find the cover of our new album “Blackcrowned Majesty”. It would be awesome, if you would put it somewhere near the newstext. 
    Below you will also find a link to the first pre-song entitled “Bone Cathedral”:

    If you are interested in a review of our new album, we would be very happy.  We only press 100 albums, but would send 25 to 30 copies to interested journalists. If you want to be one of them, just write back. 

    Many thanks in advance
    Jegger, Deimon, New, HMG and JD


    Tristwood release their fourth black industrial masterpiece “Blackcrowned Majesty” in May 2020

    Austrian noise avantgardists Tristwood will release their album “Blackcrowned Majesty” in May 2020, the long-awaited successor to their 2010 blackened post-industrial metal masterpiece “Dystopia et Disturbia”.
    In 2019 the band had already released a compilation of three EPs under the title “Nyx”, which was initially made available mainly to the inner circle of the Tristwood fanbase. 
    “Blackcrowned Majesty” will feature eight brutal hymns that take Tristwood back to their roots and to the true lightning-fast black industrial metal that this band is known for:
    1. First Re-Enthronement of the Damned.
    2. He Who Traversed a Greater Oblivion
    3. A Blackcrowned Majesty
    4. Her Wraiths Through Stygonian Lands
    5. The Hall of Rauthra’s Fate
    6. Acherontic Death Cult
    7. Bone Cathedral
    8. Nightshade Eternal

    Bone Cathedral, a homage to the pure clarity of true extreme metal art, can be heard here in advance:
    The album will be available exclusively through the following distribution networks:


    Tristwoods Story:

    1996 – formed as “December” – Demo “Torment” recorded and released on 20 Cassettes
    2002 – Reformed as Tristwood
    2003 – first Demo “Fragments of the Mechanical Unbecoming” released
    2004 – first full length “Amygdala” with lead singer Axumis released
    2005 – “Svarta Daudi”, a collection of old songs re-recorded within 10 hours and released
    2006 – “The Delphic Doctrine”, CD released by Sound Riot Recs worldwide
    2007 – Yak and HMG join the Cyberforce on bass and drums
    2010 – “Dystopia Et Disturbia” released as a free download on Asiilum Recs
    2012 – Session for a new album at Hellsound Studios
    2015 – “Armada Khaeotica” – EP recorded at Volcano Studio
    2016 – “Lethe” – EP recorded at Volcano Studio
    2017/2018/2019 – Recording sessions for the new album “Blackcrowned Majesty” at Volcano Studio
    2018 – New Member J.D. on Bass joins the Cyberforce
    2019 – “Nyx”, a compilation of songs recorded between 2007 and 2016, released on a limited edition CD of 100 handnumbered copies. “Amygdala”, “The Delphic Doctrine”, “Dystopia Et Disturbia” and “Nyx” finally released on bandcamp.
    2020 – “Blackcrowned Majesty” is released


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