Heavy and disgusting. Abhorring and intriguing. Sick and enticing. The amazing mixture of sludge, doom, drone and black metal with a touch of saxophone and insane vocals...
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Eerie’s debut album presents itself as the uncommonly full-fledged, yet extreme music. Outstanding sound achieving the world-class level, thought-over compositions and perfectly arranged and performed vocals...
Into Everlasting Death
Limited edition to 100 copies in black box,
brown imprint 14€ incl. worldwide shipping
“Trauermärsche (and a tango upon the world’s grave)” is a truly unique piece: Heavy and disgusting. Abhorring and intriguing. Sick and enticing. The amazing mixture of sludge, doom, drone and black metal with a touch of saxophone and insane vocals. You’ve never heard anything like this before, and when it gets into your head – […]
Eerie’s debut album “Into Everlasting Death” is now available for preorder! It will be released on the golden CD in traditional jewel case box along with the limited edition which will come in black box with light-brown print (100 copies). By far it’s been warmly received by the reviewers.
The work on “Into Everlasting Death” is now complete. The final mix for Eerie’s debut album was performed by Piotr Gruenpeter of Satanic Audio (i.a. Thaw, Blaze of Perdition). This album was created by Ancestor (guitars, also in Outre) and V.O.W.O.C. (vocals, best known for his clean parts on the releases of Oremus and Blaze […]
In 1998, the name Arachnophobia referred to a zine. Four issues of the fanzine appeared between the years 1998 and 2001 and many fans of underground metal still remember it fondly.
After 10 years, Arachnophobia arose from the dead as a distro and since 2013 it is also a record label.
Ever since the beginning, quality has been the priority for Arachnophobia Records. Whether it’s the musical contents of the releases or the production quality of the release itself. Up to this point, each and everyone of my releases were reviewed excellently and were praised for their visual and publishing aspects. So it will remain. Forever.