You can now order the Dephosphorus/Wake split-7″EP from the new Blastbeat Mailmurder/Dephosphorus paypal store. The split-7″EP with Great Falls will also been soon available separately or as a part of new bundles.
We are glad to announce that our debut album “Night Sky Transform” is about to be pressed by 7 Degrees Records! It will be a gatefold LP, pressed on 180g vinyl, and it will include a poster and a download code. Brace yourselves!
We have received our copies of the split-7″EP with Wake! Panos hasn’t managed to update Blastbeat Mailmurder paypal store yet, he’ll do it within the next few days. In the meantime, if you can’t wait to get the fucker feel free to email us (dephosphorus [at] gmail [dot] com) or contact directly 7 Degrees Records.
“Night Sky Transform” will soon take the way of manufacture via 7 Degrees Records. Expect it within the next couple of months as a gatefold, 180g vinyl, including a poster and a download code. A cassette version will also be available. As of now, we haven’t received any relevant offer for a CD edition, so no plastic yet…
You should also watch out for the split with Great Falls which should be out in the next few days by Hell Comes Home. Eventhough it is part of their subscription series, you’ll still be able to buy it alone as a 7″ or digital download. You’ll be able to order the 7″ from us, and we’ll also propose combo packages with both split-7″EP’s and with all our vinyls so far.
“(…) Side A is made up of three rapid-fire tracks from Dephosphorus. Unit is a huge sounding, wrecking ball of a song lasting for a minute and a half, and Dephosphorus even manage to inject some rock n roll influence into their sound. The Final Computronium begins in the same vein, but morphs into a more outright grind blast. The accented vocals of Panos Agoros making it sound even heavier. The Cosmologist starts off with a spoken word passage sitting atop of their instrumentation before one final lurching blast that completes their half of this split. (…) What a record this is. It takes multiple listens to fully appreciate, but both bands reward with skill and a rip-roaring morsel of grind at it’s best. As with other bands that 7 Degrees Records have released material with, both Dephosphorus and Wake make perfect bedfellows on what is an uncomplicated and blasting release.”