Here is a new T.O.M.B. lyric-video. Their latest album, Fury Nocturnus, is out now on Peaceville. Below are some of the past T.O.M.B. recordings. US Black Noise. Summon apparitions of Unrest once more!
Total Occultic Mechanical Blasphemy III is our latest release with T.O.M.B., from October 2014. This digital-only collection includes a fully remixed and remastered Macabre Noize Royale (an album we first released on CD in 2008), Nameless Spells and Incantations (an album originally released in 2013) and a live recording of T.O.M.B.’s set opening for WATAIN in 2014.
We released the first T.O.M.B. album, Sacrilegium, on cassette in 2005. It’s also available in digital formats:
The original version of Macabre Noize Royale is available in digital formats (CD long sold out):
UAG (Undercovered Ancient Gateways) was the album that followed Macabre Noize Royale in 2010:
Third Wave Holocaust was released in 2013:
You can hear some of the earliest T.O.M.B. material below. The first part is the Black Crypt Worship demo followed by Sacrilegium and other rare tracks:
We have returned to Sweden and the newly rejuvenated Unjoy to gather the last copies, stored away from all this time!
This must be the last time copies of this killer work of raw black metal will be in stock!
Released nine years ago by Unjoy (the label run by Kim of HYPOTHERMIA / LIFELOVER after Insikt), our original copies went quickly. A couple of years later we managed to get some of Vintyr’s copies. We now have a final restock directly from the label. The album was originally released in 2004 on CD around the same time as the Blackened Royalty and VIntyrhell demos and ABANDON. ABANDON of course became HATEFUL ABANDON, released three albums and hopefully we will hear more from them next year!
Like Grinderland from the beginning of this week, Calcutta’s Bones was posted onto the Salute myspace page in 2010 (August 25) as a preview of the forthcoming LP.
The next album hasn’t yet happened for various reasons (life, Swine’s focus on HATEFUL ABANDON etc) but since these two preview songs SALUTE has released two splits: with OCCVLTA in 2012 and TANGORODRIM in 2013. That most recent split shows much more punk coming through and even a return to the DARKTHRONE sound of the early days!
This song hasn’t been released on a SALUTE record, but was included on a compilation marking their Live Evil gig.
In the distro we have both albums, Above the Law and The Underground, in stock and the two vinyl splits with Occvlta and Tangorodrim.
Ripping leads?? Flaws in the ‘lute? what are you saying??? I can outrip both Tipton and Downing together brother…watch out!! I honestly can’t play the guitar, never practice, can’t even tune it, dangerous ways!!
Motor grind! Heavier for sure!!! The work ethic is – know you music, keep buying music, and write riffs that are horrid/sharp/nasty. We’ll never change or stop. SALUTE is an old Tanker!. Kaptain and I both write songs. I write alot separately and he brings shit to the table for us to jam out together with myself on the beaters. In the futue we will be writing songs in our room as a full band along with our drummer Jimmy Axe. Hes a rusher/shredder on the kit…sounds very punkish to me. Aggressive. Hes been laying down stuff for a while now. JUST YOU WAIT! GAS TANKS!
We’ve kinda always done both. If we ever demo songs, and they’re good enough, we usually keep them and then maybe record the rest of the album in a big chunk, if we have a load of songs ready to go. Then it’s just a matter of mixing it all together. This is what we did with The Underground. Above The Law was all one big psycho week of recording with a tonne of beer, which was great but pretty tiring!! But yeah, the new one is being recorded as we go. I’m more confident with the gear now to just record in small doses and to not worry about microphone placements and all that stuff. Although my goal is to eventually have an old reel to reel analogue studio set up. Need the cash though you see.