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Polish prorgressive grinders ANTIGAMA have just launched their brand-new video clip for the song “Eraser” from “The Insolent” album.

The footage was shot during two Antigama shows in Warsaw and Lodz, June 2015. The clip has been made by people behind Burning Down The House: Szymon Korzeniewski (X, BDTH), Maciej Stempij (Besthound) and Borys Kubiak (Dare Studio).

“The Insolent” was released May 2015 on CD/LP/MC/digital download on Polish label Selfmadegod Records.

In support of the 7th album Warsaw powerhouse will be touring extensively in twelve Polish cities along with special guest X. The tour kicks off October 23rd in Poznan and ends November 15th in Gdynia.

25/10 – PL – TORUŃ – NRD
06/11 – PL – RZESZÓW – VINYL
15/11 – PL – GDYNIA – UCHO

Polish death metal quartet OGOTAY has just signed a deal with Selfmadegod Records to release their new full length entitled “Dead God’s Prophet”. The band including Marcin Świerczyński (YATTERING) – bass, vocals, Artur Piotrowski (MESS AGE) – guitar, Andrzej Peszel – guitar, Szymon Andryszczak (PANDEMONIUM) – drums recorded 8 new songs in G Studio sometime in 2014.

The follow-up to 2012’s „Eve of the Last Day” is set for August 1st 2015 release via Selfmadegod Records on CD/digital. “Dead God’s Prophet” is the first song from the upcoming album available for listening and can be streamed at Selfmadegod Records’ SoundCloud or YouTube channel.

OGOTAY is a new, promising group of musicians associated with Tri-City (Poland) music scene. At the beginning of 2011 Artur “Gufi” Piotrowski (Mess Age) and Andrzej “Pieczar” Peszel (Fulcrum) have started a joint attempt to create several songs. Finally 10 compositions were created quickly together with Marcin “SVierszcz” Swierczynski (Yattering, Sainc) who supported Gifu and Pieczara. In September the band finishes working on promotional material and starts working with Szymon “Simon” Andryszczak (Pandemonium) on drums. The debut full length was recorded and released April 2012. The band has played bunch of shows along with bands like Morbid Angel, Testament, Napalm Death, Vader, LockUp in support of new release. Shortly after OGOTAY started working on the second full length “Dead God’s Prophet”.

OGOTAY plays brutal and technical old fashioned death metal in the vein of MORBID ANGEL, IMMOLATION and the likes.

“Used To” is the first track from the upcoming new album “The Insolent” by Polish extreme grindcore/experimental outfit ANTIGAMA. The song/video can be heard/seen at official Selfmadegod Records YouTube profile

The video footage was shot by Paweł “Pavulon” Jaroszewicz and Łukasz Myszkowski at JNS Studio during “The Insolent” recording sessions.

“The Insolent” will be released on CD, LP, MC and digital download on May 7th 2015 through SELFMADEGOD RECORDS.

Łukasz Myszkowski: vocals | electronics
Sebastian Rokicki: guitars
Paweł Jaroszewicz: drums | percussions
Sebastian Kucharski: bass

IN SILENT: Details debut album – premiere May 25, 2013!

Polish quartet IN SILENT prepared self-released debut album “Potępienie” (Damanation). The release date is scheduled for May 25, 2013.
The material was recorded in late April and early July 2012, the Screw Factory Studio. Implementation, mix and mastering a whole took a recognized manufacturer of Janusz Bryt, known for his work Behemoth, Blindead, Stillborn, Devilyn or Witchmaster. Content publishing is seven compositions in the style of raw and brutal death / black metal.

1.Tydzień patriotów
3.Czerwony parszywy chłam
4.Necro fucker

The material has been prepared and recorded in the following composition:
Konrad “Buba” Ozdoba – guitar, vocal
Marcin “Mal” Skoczylas – guitar
Damian “Młynarz” Maciąg – bass guitar, vocal
Wojtek “Suchy” Mizera – drums

The title track can be heard here:

IN SILENT began in 1996 as an initiative of Marcin Skoczylas (guitar) and Konrad Ozdoba (guitar & vocals). Soon new people joined: Tomasz Nogaj (bass), Marcin Bęczkowski (drums), Anna Jędrzejewska (vocals) and Dariusz Chmiel (keyboards). After a few months of rehearsing the band played some gigs in Ostrowiec Świętokrzyski and Ożarów.

1997 was the year of next gigs and the first visit in AMBS Studio. The first demo entitled “In silent” was recorded. This material got good reviews in such music magazines as for example Metal Hammer. The music on the demo was a mixture of death and doom metal.

In 1998 after a tragic death of Darek his place behind keyboards took Artur Mizera. Another change in the line-up was a new drummer. Wojtek Mizera joined the band and his coming has influenced the music face of the group. With his presence another material “Czwarta część mgnienia” was recorded.

In 1999 the band entered Promedia Studio with the next material “…bloody harvest of the nature…” and visible changes in music style. The music started to evolve into more brutal sounds. In this material keyboards were handled by Marcin Opałka. As a result of the recorded demo, the band increased their gigging activity. The new millennium was a further progress towards the most extreme kinds of metal and even more gigs. The following years the band concentrated on the new material and a quite long break was caused by Konrad’s departure.

The year 2009 is finally the full line up and the effect of a demo recorded again in AMBS Studio. The summer of 2011 Thomas Nogaj left for personal reasons IN SILENT ranks, and his place was taken by Damian Maciag bassist and vocalist Carnage Of Trident.

Between April and July 2012 with the participation of Janek Bryt Screw Factory Studio Dębica material was recorded for the first official album – “Potępienie”. The material contains seven tracks that oscillate in the brutal death-black metal.


Konrad “Buba” Ozdoba – guitars, vocal
Marcin “Mal” Skoczylas – guitars
Damian “Młynarz” Maciąg – bass, vocal
Wojtek “Suchy” Mizera – drums

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Poland’s relentless outfit ANTIGAMA has disclosed the full details on their pending full-length, “Meteor”, unquestionably one of the most anticipated grindcore albums of 2013.

ANTIGAMA’s sixth studio full-length since forming in 2000, “Meteor” is the revered act’s first proper album since 2009’s acclaimed “Warning”, and following two LPs with Relapse Records, will see the band returning to longtime allies Selfmadegod Records, their first LP for the label since 2005’s innovative “Zeroland”. The recently completed composition “Meteor” once again proves all over again why the band continually reaps such accolades with the media fans as both one of the most brutal bands of the genre as well as one of the most cutting-edge. With eleven new tracks of primal ANTIGAMA annihilation, “Meteor” reverts back to some of the bands more intimately brutal early material with thirty minutes of ultra-tight grindcore explosiveness, yet continues to carry the band’s detrimentally inventive edge, integrating brief progressive soundtrack ventures and more noise and programming elements. Recorded at Progresja Studio in Warsaw with producer Pawel “Janos” Grabowski (Masachist, Lost Soul) and mastered by Scott Hull (Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Pig Destroyer), the album also features a guest appearance by Michal Lapaj from world renowned Polish progressive rock band Riverside.

Today the full track listing and cover art for “Meteor”, designed by the ANTIGAMA vocalist Lukasz, have been released, as well as the album’s now official street date of May 28th.

Front cover preview:

Stay tuned for tunes from “Meteor” as well as live updates are divulged in the days remaining building up to the day this monolithic, futurist grind aftermath impacts the planet. For all ANTIGAMA and other Selfmadegod promo requests, in North/South America contact, otherwise contact

“Meteor” Track Listing:
1. Collapse
2. The Key
3. Prophecy
4. Meteor
5. Fed by the Feeling
6. Crystal Tune
7. Stargate
8. The Signal
9. Turbulence
10. Perfect Silence
11. Untruth

ANTIGAMA Completes New LP

Posted: March 11, 2013 in metal
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Polish progressive grind act ANTIGAMA has just completed the construction of their anticipated sixth full-length album, Meteor. Consisting of eleven explosive new tracks, Meteor was recorded earlier this year at Progresja Studio in Warsaw with producer Pawel “Janos” Grabowski (Masachist, Lost Soul) and the final output mastered by Scott Hull at his Visceral Sound Studios (Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Pig Destroyer).
The album also features a guest appearance by Michal Lapaj from world renowned Polish progressive rock band Riverside.
ANTIGAMA’s head technician Sebastian Rokicki comments on what to expect from Meteor: “This was very hard and challenging recording session but I am sure the result will surprise many of our fans. Meteor is solid piece of intense brutal music not for weak at heart. This is no doubt the fastest and most experimental Antigama’s album.”
Meteor will see release in May or June via Selfmadegod Records, the assassins also responsible for the band’s recently-released Stop The Chaos EP in addition to a plethora of other ANTIGAMA releases, including their seminal Discomfort and Zeroland albums. An official studio report, album art, and most importantly, new music from Meteor will be available shortly.

Warsaw, Poland’s cutting-edge grindcore squad ANTIGAMA this week entered the studio to record their sixth full-length album, the follow-up to 2009’s “Warning” as well as last year’s “Stop The Chaos” EP. According to founding ANTIGAMA guitarist Sebastian Rokicki: “This is going to be the most mature, and at the same time most diverse album in the band’s whole career.”

The recording sessions are taking place for the third time at Progresja Sound Studio with producer Pawel “Janos” Grabowski and will last through the end of January. The current band lineup enlists guitarist Sebastian Rokicki, vocalist Lukasz Myszkowski, bassist Michal Zawadzki, and drummer Pawel Jaroszewicz. This is the first studio session in ANTIGAMA’s history to without Szymon Czech, who passed away in November 2012 due to illness.

ANTIGAMA has completed an arsenal of new tracks for the album, now with the confirmed title, “Meteor”. A release date late in the Spring via Selfmadegod Records will be made available soon, along with an avalanche of updates as the details on this anticipated, sure to be explosive and devastating release become apparent.

„ Stop The Chaos ” – the latest material by Warsaw’s Antigama is now available on vinyl
The 12″LP is available in two color versions: white and transparent red. Both contain the insert w/ lyrics and original poster and are limited to 250 copies each!

Order your copy now via Selfmadegod Records webstore: – white – transparent red

The band will soon finish working on “Stop The Chaos” remixes. The release contains surprising interpretations of all the tracks from “STC” by guest artists like Bogdan Kondracki (Kobong, Neuma, Nyia), Macio Moretti (Starzy Singers, Mitch & Mitch) and Anna Zaradny. “Stop The Chaos: Remixes” will be out soon in exclusive digipack limited to 500 pieces via Selfmadegod Records.

On 3. October Antigama will play in Cracow, Poland with Nasum!
The show will take place in Kwadrat club, and apart from Antigama the supports will be The Dead Goats and Black Breath.

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Jack Slater Extinction Aftermath Unundeux Records 2010

Jack Slater Extinction Aftermath Unundeux Records 2010

01. PHEROMON 05:30
02. DYSTHYMIA 02:41
03. MARTYR 03:34
04. FUNKENFLUG 05:28
05. HAPPY HOUR 01:02
07. 4 8 15 16 23 42 04:34
08. KONSTRUKT 02:36

Судя по всему, издание death grind групп поющих на немецком языке стало традицией на unundeux records. Очередная порция немецкоязычного брутала упала на нашу голову. Этот матёрый коллектив уже не один год терроризирует Европу своим брутальным звучанием от которого пахнет ранним Dying Fetus’ ом и Suffocation. Альбом записан на высоком техническом уровне, за это надо поблагодарить, как музыкантов, так и техников польской студии Hertz Studios, где записывался альбом. Песни насыщенны техническими элементами тут вам и brutal death metal и grindcore и ещё якись brutal фишки чисто выкованные самими музыкантами. Очень радует отсутствие мелодичных death metal партий, от которых меня тянет в депрессию. Тут чистый брутал, за это им отдельное спасибо и респект. Альбом слушается легко без всяких нагрузок на мозг. Brutal Death Metal Rules !!!


The German Death Metal Band Jack Slater release their 4th album “Extinction Aftermath” on 02/26/2010 via “unundeux”, the label is owned by German Grindlegends “Japanische Kampfhörspiele”. Distribution will be taken care of by “Cargo Records”, renowned for their excellent work throughout the years.
Jack Slater celebrate 2010 their 15th year of existence. They transformed over the time of one demo, one MCD, four studioalbums and hundreds of gigs to a grown up band, who managed to develop their own unique style of intelligent, technical death metal. Paired with the characteristic German lyrics, Jack Slater manage to impress with great musicality, creativity and interesting songstructures to stand above the simple “faster, harder, louder” mentality of a lot of bands today.

The new album “Extinction Aftermath” was recorded in June 2009 in the well-known Hertz Studio (Bialystok, Poland) by the brothers Wojtek and Slawek Wieslawski, who earned an excellent reputation in the extreme metal scene with their work for bands like Vader, Behemoth or Decapitated.

Jack Slater show themselves off so fresh and vital like never before on their 4th studioalbum. Carried by the excellent sound, the ten songs unfold their whole potential and drag the listener into the various facets of the music, sometimes fast and brutal, sometimes slow and grim, sometimes just loud and filled with anger. “Extinction Aftermath” is a diverse album and every track enhances different aspects of Jack Slaters musical universe, but as a whole the songs form a strong and intense unit of finest death metal, a great display of musical power.

Jack Slater demonstrated over the years at hundreds of clubgigs, many festival appearances and last but not least on the two successful Fleischmarsch tours with Japanische Kampfhörspiele and Excrementory Grindfuckers, that they rightfully belong among the best german live bands. With “Extinction Aftermath” the band managed to capture that energy onto tape perfectly and can now release it in form of their 4th album for the world to listen.

Let the extinction begin!

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