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HOUSE OF APPARITION 7 inch

HOUSE OF APPARITION is a band I will never get tired of, because their brand of raw black metal infused with decaying punk gets me hyped. Their soon to be released 7 inch on Crippled Sound has this dirgy, cryptic, morbid boogie thing happening that makes blood pour out of my ears. Everything about this record is fucking perfect, from the primitive lo-fi production to the screeching, tormented vocals. What trips me out about this HOUSE OF APPARITION record is the doom parts that creep into the mix. CVLT Nation is so freaking stoked to be streaming the new HOUSE OF APPARITION 7 inch in full below…Now get you murder music vibe ON!

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Unleashing a four song sprawl within the confinements of the medium, House of Apparition portrays ugliness in ways that will haunt you. A record that is as transparent and dense of an apparition itself. Bringing the rawness of punk and the inhuman qualities of black metal together in a beautiful, but primitive way. Mastered by Rick Winn at Enemata Productions, 50 on limited hot pink vinyl and 200 on black. Housed in black dust sleeves inside a single sided outer jacket. Xeroxed insert included on all editions of this pressing.

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  1. henbane

    November 15, 2013 at 5:53 am

    You have not mentioned the fact that this has been previously released in tape format by Triangulum Ignis.

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