Krieg / Ramlord - Split 7"
Released by Unholy Anarchy, info from the label w/press blurbs:
Prepare yourself for this crushing combination of DIY crust, punk, and blackened drudgery. USBM mainstays KRIEG conspire with Blackened Crustards RAMLORD to curate this exeptional slab of raw vinyl.
KRIEG's side of the split features two tracks, with a choice cover of DOOM's "Worthless Nothing" from 1993's 'The Greatest Invention...' LP. RAMLORD matches KRIEG's intensity with two tracks of their own, displaying the same level of depravity heard on their last split with NUCLEAR DEVASTATION.
"...but to these ears the music on this split is an even more primal union of black metal and punk, and its primal appeal is strong." - No Clean Singing
"Cool pairing and a completely deranged collection, which is a good thing." - Meat Mead Metal
500 total pressed, 200 on white and 300 on black, w/ digital download card.
Our friends at Wolves of Hades (Amsterdam) will release a limited cassette run of 100 as well.
**NOTE: Due to a press error, the KRIEG tracks are reversed on the vinyl copies - corrected track order is reflected on the digital download.