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Sarcofago DIE…Hard!!! 2xLP – preorder

July 28th, 2016


Sarcofago Die Hard

Greyhaze Records to Reissue SARCOFAGO’s ‘Die Hard’ on Vinyl LP in October

July 19th, 2016

Greyhaze Records has announced the October 7 reissue of SARCOFAGO’Die Hard on vinyl LP format. Beautifully packaged as a double-LP with Gatefold Jacket, the album will be available on black and limited-edition yellow vinyl, including an over-sized booklet and poster, as well as liner notes by SARCOFAGO front man Wagner Antichrist.

Pre-order Die Hard at this location.
Die…Hard is the only official, comprehensive collection of SARCOFAGO’s demos. It includes material that had never before been made available, such as the band’s very first demo recording, as well as material recorded for Rotting and The Laws of ScourgeSARCOFAGO’s influence and legacy in the realm of Extreme Metal cannot be overstated. Classics like INRIRotting, and The Laws of Scourge have paved the way for a large number of bands spanning various genres such as Black and Death Metal. The band’s demos have been shamelessly bootlegged for decades and demand for an official demos collection has been constant.

Greyhaze Records has also partnered with artist Zbigniew Bielak (GHOST, WATAIN, etc.) to create the artwork for a very limited slipcase version of the vinyl reissue. Bielak had this to say about the project:
“It is always a thrill to work for a band that has shaped one’s taste in music. Despite disbanding many years ago, still Sarcofago are the treasured ore to some of the most volatile fuel for the extreme metal scene. To me INRI may very well be the sole desert island album pick, when it comes to metal in general. Demos leading up to it’s tainted conception, are among my favourite underground recordings, and its a great honor to be entrusted to contribute artwork for their long overdue official release.” Check out more Zbigniew Bielak at
Greyhaze Records previously reissued Die Hard on Digipak CD and is available for purchase from the Greyhaze Store.
Stream Die Hard in its entirety at
Track list:
1- Intro da Satanas
2- Satanas
3- Nightmare
4- Third Slaughter
5- Intro da Satanas
6- Satanas
7- Nightmare
8- Third Slaughter
9- Intro
10- Satanas
11- Nightmare
12- Third Slaughter
13-  The Black Vomit
14- INRI
15- Christ’s Death
16- Desecration of Virgin
17- Satanic Lust
18- Alcoholic Coma
19- Secrets of a Window
20- Satanic Lust (Instrumental)

Praise for Sarcofago’s Die…Hard!!!

“An excellent crash course in the history of one of extreme metal’s most influential and important bands.”
– Noisey

“Sarcofago have unquestionably made history and for that they deserve thanks and respect.”
– Necroweb

“Great sounding compilation!”
– Occult Black Metal

WARFATHER Teams with Metal Injection for Premiere of “Headless Men Can No Longer Speak”

July 1st, 2016

WARFATHER has tapped for the exclusive premiere of “Headless Men Can No Longer Speak.” The first track unleashed off the band’s forthcoming new album, The Grey Eminence sees WARFARTHER mastermind Steve Tucker (MORBID ANGEL) take his frenzied brand of extreme metal to a new level.

Tucker comments on the song – “I am excited for people to get to hear anything from ‘The Grey Eminence’ and I feel this song is a good representative of what the album is about; ferocious truth”

Stream “Headless Men Can No Longer Speak” HERE.
The album will be released September 16 on Greyhaze Records. Pre-order it at this location.
The Grey Eminence was produced by Death Metal icon and studio wizard Erik Rutan (HATE ETERNAL, ex-MORBID ANGEL). The collaboration marks the first time Tucker and Rutan have worked together since MORBID ANGEL’s Gateways to Annihilation. The album also features WARFATHER’s newest members Jake Koch (guitars) and Bryan Bever (drums).

“Warfather have released a demon of an album in ‘The Grey Eminence.’ Combining manic Blackened Death Metal sound with powerful sludgy elements in this new album, ‘The Grey Eminence’ will easily make it to the top 10 lists of many this year.” [9.5/10] – Metal Wani