In Circles We Die – DLP, CD, MC

All physical editions

DLP (November 25), Iron Bonehead Productions [order]
– 350g Gatefold Jacket With Matt Varnish And Inside Flooded In Black
– 2x 180g Heavy Black Or Milky Clear With Black Haze Vinyl
– 250g Cardboard Insert
– A2 Poster On 150gsm Art Paper
– Special Vinyl Only Tracklist
– Limited To 400x Black Vinyl And 100x Milky Clear With Black Haze Vinyl
CD (November 4), Aftermath Music [order]
– Limited digisleeve.
MC (November), Flowing Downwards [order]
– Limited chrome cassette.
Download/streaming (November 1), HEAVYDEATH Bandcamp [order]
Spotify/iTunes/Amazon etc. (November 4)

Review – In Circles We Die

Source: Doomed & Stoned (By Hugo Guzman)
URL: http://doomedandstoned.com/post/153722845828/heavydeath

dlpThe first song off HEAVYDEATH’s latest effort, ‘In Circles We Die’ (2016), is as blunt and self-evident as their name. “As We Foretold” opens with diabolic droning, furious growls, pounding drums, and hypnotic feedback. Although I’m sure plenty of naysayers are already telling me that death-doom is overdone and over with, the first minute of this album proves those guys don’t know shit. Continue reading

In Circles We Die – Double vinyl out now!

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– 350g Gatefold Jacket With Matt Varnish And Inside Flooded In Black
– 2x 180g Heavy Black Or Milky Clear With Black Haze Vinyl
– 250g Cardboard Insert
– A2 Poster On 150gsm Art Paper
– Special Vinyl Only Tracklist
– Limited To 400x Black Vinyl And 100x Milky Clear With Black Haze Vinyl

Order from Iron Bonehead Productions:
DLP color
DLP black

Review – In Circles We Die

Source: Nine Circles
URL: https://ninecircles.co/2016/11/25/album-review-heavydeath-in-circles-we-die/

dlpThe importance of, and the tone set by, doom metal’s progenitors cannot be overstated. Bands like Black Sabbath and Pentagram set a precedence that many would follow, imitate, and emulate. Sweden’s Heavydeath stick to this undeniably effective early template of doom metal on their second full length In Circles We Die. However, the band are no imitators. Rather, they take that slow, heavy template and expand upon it in such a way that the sounds emanating from their work is quite possibly some of the heaviest in the pantheon of today’s death inspired doom metal. Continue reading