Friday, February 25, 2011

New items in the Ormeyngel store

The Ormeyngel webstore is back online with 3 new items. First and foremost is the latest edition to the Ormeyngel tapeography: Blackest Woods - All my Children. 4 tracks of pure blackness with beautifully printed inlays. Tape done by Sacred Tapes.

Now for some Okkultokrati tour left overs. We've got some copies of the tour press of the Knarkskog 7", limited to 100 copies with Flag rip off artwork and screened covers. We forgot to bring it all for the tour, so we put the rest up in the store. Get it here.

Here's a shirt we did for the tour. Only sizes L and XL left (Europeans turned out to be more puny than we thought), but we'll print new ones in all sizes pretty soon. Stare at the image for a few minutes to see a 3D image. Buy here.

We sold out most of all our shirt designs on the tour so only L and XL is left of the 3 shirts currently available. All sizes will be reprinted when we have money. So give us yours.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

An In Extremis Special

Here's another British article on the Nekromantik Norway scene featuring interviews with Vebjørn (Haust) and Kjetil (Årabrot). Longer and even more interesting than the one in the Guardian:

The Quietus on Nekromantik Norway.

Årabrot will also play a show in London tomorrow February 24th:

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Okkultokrati/Kylesa tour

We just got back from 16 great days with Kylesa in Europe! Thanks to everyone who came out and checked us out, and thanks to Kylesa, Sara, Ollie and Jaki for all the good times! See you all soon!

Here's some pictures and videos from the Okkultokrati shows. If you've got some, please email them to us!


Lyon by Musik Industry:

Luxembourg by Matthieu.

Pictures from the first show of the tour (Bochum DE) are here and here.

Sorry for those who couldn't get any records at the last 5 shows, we ran out of all the copies we brought. Ormeyngel will be back online and updated within a few days with items such as the Blackest Woods tape, a few copies of the Knarkskog 7" tour press, and a few left over tour shirts.