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Phantom Winter repress available, Rosetta LP out 22nd July

Hey everyone,

the Rosetta LP is delayed and will be shipping around 22nd July. Sorry! Nothing we can do about it.
In the meantime you can preorder the repress of the Phantom Winter LP which will be shipping on 18th August. We have limited colored vinyl available. 500 copies, 350 on black, 150 copies on black/ white (half & Half). Check it out!

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PRE-ORDER: Supergenius – s/t 12″

We present the first track called “Making Shapes” by SUPERGENIUS (members of Rise & Fall and Wiegedood). Their debut will be released on 26th June on 12″ and digital. You can now order limited white vinyl!

Order: http://goo.gl/030AsD

PRE-ORDER: ROSETTA

PRE-ORDER the new ROSETTA record now! We have 150 copies available on limited green vinyl:

Order CD or 2xLP here: http://goo.gl/SfZZiD

Noisey are also premiering the first song of “Quintessential Ephemera”. Check it out! We are really proud to release this!
http://noisey.vice.com/blog/rosetta-untitled-v

PREORDER: Phantom Winter – CVLT

Hey everyone,

you can now preorder PHANTOM WINTER – CVLT CD/ LP via our online shop! You are also able to order a shirt that will just be available through us and nowhere else.
And yes, stream a song here as well!

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Wow, so many news! :-)
Best,
Timo-

SUN WORSHIP

Golden Antenna is thrilled to be working with one of the most brutal bands in the underground: Sun Worship. Their new record is scheduled for fall 2015 and will be released on CD, LP and Digital.

Whether in the frozen Scandinavian forests or in the sprawling urbanity of Neukölln, desolation will be desolation. Berlin outfit Sun Worship channels this desolation into an icy spear of harsh beauty. The result is a kind of black metal without pretense or theatrics, a sonic landscape both stripped and dense, perceived through post-punk schooled eyes and reduced to its bare essentials. The music of Sun Worship is both a distant formal aesthetic homage to the era that first allowed for a spiritual experience of the genre as well a timeless catharsis through vehemence, momentum and volume.