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Clan of Dyad debut EP announced

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Clan of Dyad debut EP announced

We're proud to welcome Portland instrumental doom metal duo Clan of Dyad to Deporter Records! The band features guitar from Ken Carlson (Sylvia, ex-Ocean) and drums from Eric Rancourt (ex-Eastern Spell, ex-Ghosthunter). The music can only be described as crushingly heavy. The EP will be available on all digital platforms and CD on April 20th. Listen to the opening track and pre-order it on bandcamp: Full Track Listing1. Rings (8:07)2. WWWED/Circe (11:21)3. Blood, I Trap (5:26)4. Breathless (8:07)They will celebrate the release at a show with Come To Grief at Genos in Portland on 4/20, immediately following the Sleep show at the...

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Hessian and Drivetrain CDs in stock

Posted by Ed Porter on

Hessian and Drivetrain CDs in stock

We're ending the year by expanding the catalog. We're happy to announce that we have 2 of the best metal albums from Maine in 2018 now available, Hessian's Mercenary Retrograde and Drivetrain's Muscles Big For those uninitiated: Hessian are old school occult rock heroes that have been around since 2008 and this is their second album. It was put together by songwriter, guitarist, and singer Angus McFarland saying “The title of the album reflects the history of the band at the time of writing. Mercenary because the band consisted of hired guns, and Retrograde because we are always looking back to...

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Confusatron Returns! ... and other noteworthy happenings

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Confusatron Returns! ... and other noteworthy happenings

We've got some updates from all around the roster.Covered In Bees continue to write, record, and play. The band have an album's worth of new material they've been working on and will be demoing most of it through the fall and winter months. Look for new recordings from them in early 2019. In the meantime, you can see them this Friday at Empire where they'll be celebrating the return of seminal 90's Maine band The Amoebas and New Hampshire's Donaher. Johnny Cremains recently spent some time at Acadia Recording Sudios in Portland. The new music is described as "the heaviest...

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Update 2017: Apocryphonic, Lude Boy, Coast City, and Bandcamp

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It's been over a year since we did any update to the website. Sometimes life gets in the way of living...But we're happy to be closing out the year with a number of new things for you. First, we have new music for your ears! Apocryphonic recently unearthed their Decline recording from 2014 and finished the mixing and mastering. We're happy to present it to you as a name-your-price download. Enjoy!:   Next, we have new music to buy! We've aquired (via craigslist) a number of items from the out-of-business punk rock label Lude Boy Records. There are $1.95 CDs...

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Broken Clown CDs are In!

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We've now got copies of the finally released Broken Clown CD "Houses Of The Homely" 15 years in the making and it looks incredible! Special Thanks Aaron Cheever who designed the layout and packaging. His talents are greatly appreciated. If you ordered a copy you should have it soon. If you haven't, you can get one through us right here or through bandcamp here, where you'll get an immediate digital download. Merry Christmas Everyone!  

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