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New Label: Doomcore Records

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il y a 2 ans 10 mois #45443 par Low Entropy
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Doomcore for the soul. Five variations of the same concept. Reduced, plain tracks with just the necessary elements; synth, bass, drum and percussion. At the same time, still a complex excecution. Trying to find a balance between minimal and maximalism.
Fusing Doomcore and Doomtechno (Sometimes Techno methods, sometimes hard kicks), both with heavy Oldschool - and even a bit of EBM - influences.
If you liked the previous releases by Meta-Morph - give this one a try.

Tracklisting:

1. Doomcore Tryout 2
2. Doomcore Tryout 4
3. Doomcore Tryout 3
4. Doomcore Tryout 5
5. Doomcore Tryout 1 (2nd Mix)

doomcorerecords.bandcamp.com/album/doomcore-tryouts

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il y a 2 ans 9 mois #45445 par Low Entropy
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In Low Entropy's own words: "When I wrote Emerald Planet in 2003 I had the idea to create a whole series of Doomcore / Doomtrance tunes, named after colorful interstellar objects... the idea got dropped after a while, I re-visited it a few times with tracks like Green Coment or Quasar, but did not return to the orignal idea of this music series... until now, 16 years later!"
The influence of Emerald Planet is definitely here... Doomcore affairs with big build-ups and break-downs, and melodies in a Oldschool Doomcore vein, but with a future production - and harmony.
Fans of Futuristic Doomcore might like this - and fans of "Emerald Planet" too!
Includes also an Space Ambient mix of the main melodies of these tracks, standing strong on their own.

1. Silver Satellite 04:41
2. Golden Galaxy 05:42
3. Mauve Nebula 04:11
4. Red Star 05:12
5. Azure Pulsar 05:12
6. Black Hole 06:13
7. Space Rubble (Ambient mix) 03:10

doomcorerecords.bandcamp.com/album/the-colors-of-outer-space

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il y a 2 ans 9 mois #45447 par Low Entropy
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Der Cherep with his new EP on Doomcore Records. Epic Doomcore, hard hitting drums, strong atmospherics, and a clean and well executed production. A nigthmarish release!

1. Eternal Horror
2. Revived Cult
3. Fear Pressure
4. March Of Oblivion

All tracks by Der Cherep

DCR 120

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il y a 2 ans 9 mois #45449 par Low Entropy
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Very experimental, very emotional new output by Bazer. Influences of Industrial Hardcore, Doomcore, even Slowcore, good use of vocal samples... another step forward. Maybe his most refined release yet? Take care while you listen to it!

1. Feindliche Übernahme
2. Keeper
3. Scientist
4. Soul Reaper
5. Strong
6. Therapy

All tracks by Bazer

DCR 121

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il y a 2 ans 5 mois #45456 par Low Entropy
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James F should be known by now for his Hardcore and Terror releases on Labels around the world. For his first release on Doomcore Records, he is doing something else: He slowed down his tempo, and what we got here is excellent Darkcore and Doomcore, with very hard 909 kicks and a Horror themed atmosphere. This shows the more brutal side of the Doomcore spectrum. Especially fans of the original Doomcore Labels in the 90s should give this release a listen - but that doesn't mean it's stuck in the past - to the contrary. In the end, James F presents us his very own style of Dark- and Doomcore sounds.

Tracklisting:

1. It Needs Flesh And Bone
2. Reborn
3. She's Evil
4. Everlasting Darkness

doomcorerecords.bandcamp.com/album/coming-from-darkness

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il y a 1 an 4 mois - il y a 1 an 4 mois #45474 par Low Entropy
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Doomcore Records proudly presents: a collaboration with Teknoland Production, and the first Doomcore Records related double Vinyl including some Doomcore Records artists, and other great producers!
9 tracks, everything from Industrial Hardcore to Doomcore and Doomtechno!

You can order the 2xVinyl here:
teknolandproduction.bandcamp.com/album/doomland
Or at Toolbox: www.toolboxrecords.com/en/product/36885/hardcore/doomland-01/

Tracklisting:
1. Dario Mentasmo - Scared 05:02
2. Primitik - The Megamix 04:20
3. Low Entropy - Sadstep 03:40
4. Cyrilien - Hardcoreur (Brutal Kick Mix) 04:59
5. Middle M - Personnal 06:25
6. Autisticghost - Pompe de Merde 06:43
7. Desolation - Shalltear 05:13
8. Verminous Skumm - I'm a Rotten Rat 06:35
9. Joshua - Crypt (49,3 remix) 05:38
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il y a 1 an 4 mois #45475 par Low Entropy
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Taciturne is a legend, and his releases such as the "Potpourri EP" or "6 Fragmente In Der Chronologie Des Wahnsinns" have become cult classics.

For this release on Doomcore Records, we dgu deep in the archives of music he did in the past. The focus is on dark, haunting and experimental tunes here. A hint of early Doomcore, Acid, Industrial - even Gabber; all thrown together.

The name "Volksdorf Trax" is rightfully chosen; all these tracks were produced in the Volksdorf district of the city of Hamburg in the gloomy 1990s - and the cover gives us a view of this part of the urban moloch in northern Germany.

These tracks show the skill of his production and the depth of a sonic vision. Musical poetry.
The music both feels like listening to a twisted, disturbed Cyberpunk flick or a surreal psychedelic Horror classic - or maybe both at the same time.

If you want bold and powerful electronic music, give this release a listen. If you're a follower of Experimental music of the 90s - that still feels ahead of time - then you need to check it, too.

Tracklisting: 

01. They Appear
02. Angela
03. Altered
04. Tyrothricine
05. Infrustrial
06. Go Ahead (...Make My Day)
07. 88 Acid Bitch
08. 11 Am
09. Illuzions
10. Housecore
11. I Am Volksdorf
12. 40 DC Flash
13. Chants
14. featuring Ad Absurdum - Noise Exp
15. Chill Out
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il y a 11 mois 1 semaine #45477 par Low Entropy
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What the heck is Slowcore?

When Techno and Hardcore gained traction in the 90s, there was the tendency for the sound to get more heavy and dirty on the one side, and more frantic and speedy on the other side; tracks at 160 BPM, 180 BPM, soon at over 200+ BPM came popping out; until eventually genres such as Terror and Speedcore arose and you had tracks clocking at 800 bpm in 1998. And, after the millenium, genres such as Splittercore and Extratone became popular that took the speed to even more insane levels.

But after a while, an evolution towards the opposite direction took place, too; starting in genres such as Industrial Hardcore and Doomcore, some artists began to produce slower and slower tracks; this soon gave birth to the phenomenon known as "Slowcore". Tracks below 100 BPM, or 80 BPM, or 60 BPM, or even at 1 bpm (and slower?). Slowcore even has its own sub styles by now, such as Funeral Doomcore for very slow tracks, or Hadal Doomcore for even much, much slower tracks (think 1-16 BPM).

When exactly a track does enter the "Slowcore" realm is open to dispute. For this compilation we used the definiton: 125 BPM or slower (with one exception!).

So we called out for producers to turn in their Slowcore tracks for this compilation, and the response was awesome. We have something from all realms of slower Hardcore here, 120 BPM tracks, 60 BPM, 4 BPM... Industrial inspired sounds, Doomed sounds, slow Dancefloor stompers, Dark Ambient influences, Death Metal, odd experiments... everything you can wish for.

And, while listening to the tracks, we almost got the impression that there was a historic error in the development of Hardcore Techno: these slow tracks sound so natural and kicking, the slow drums underline the dark moods and atmospheres so perfect, maybe Hardcore had always been ment to be produced at half the speed, or even much less!

So... get a glimpse of the Slowcore movement, and check this compilation - if you dare!

Tracklisting:

01.Low Entropy - This Is History (Slowcore Intro) (4 BPM) 04:23
02.Der Cherep - No Escape Even In Death (90 BPM) 06:09
03.Murmuur - My Inner Voice (120 BPM) 05:52
04.Soulkeeper - Attention Please (110 BPM) 05:17
05.Mirvcore - End Of Days (Featuring Xmyrby on Guitars) (120 BPM) 05:06
06.Primitik - Doom for Ever (120 BPM) 07:10
07.The Man Unknown - Keeper of Nothing (80 BPM) 07:03
08.Is:end - The Zone (99 BPM) 06:15
09.James F - From the Darkness (120 BPM) 05:45
10.Kriegsbeill - Doomdecay Slowcore (115 BPM) 05:13
11.Silent Humanity - Delusions (95 BPM) 07:00
12.Underground Tacticz - Higher Demons (124 BPM) 08:20
13.Bdacid - Acid Dreams (120 BPM) 05:40
14.Bazer - Fear (100 BPM) 05:45
15.E(')de DJ Team - Tranquilo (62 BPM) 04:39
16.Plinn 1518 - Mords (60 BPM) 06:40
17.[Fabrikmutter] - D Form (127 BPM) 03:44
18.Drvg Cvltvre - Cathathonik (71 BPM) 04:29
19.Braintune - Society (80 BPM) 06:11
20.Plinn 1518 - Macaron (60 BPM) 06:24
21.Origin Of Styx - Sleeping with the Fishes (80 BPM) 05:39
22.The Darkcreator - Emerald Planet (Future Dust Rmx) (100 BPM) 06:49
23.Low Entropy - Funeral Doom Core (Short Mix) (60 BPM) 04:23
24.Primitik - Pure Light (120 BPM) 08:08
25.Plinn 1518 - Sleeping With Gaz (The Slowest Trepanator Remix) (60 BPM) 06:56
26.Autonomaton - Fresh Intergalactic Radio Broadcast 5 (70 BPM) 04:48
27.DZKYIN - Netherrealm (2 BPM) 04:28
28.AwwwwwwwwwA - Uncompressed Pandæmonium (? BPM) 15:34

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il y a 11 mois 1 semaine #45478 par Low Entropy
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Vive Le Doom - This Is Doomcore From France

There is something special about the music that comes out of France; this is very true for Hardcore in general, where some of the most interesting and brilliant releases were done by French artists such as Mouse, No Name, Laurent Hô, Micropoint, the GTI crew... well, too many to mention.
But it is also true for Doomcore. For years now, while this style is still ignored in many parts of the world, France has been a country with one of the biggest fanbases for Doomcore - and a large pool of artists.

This release celebrates the French Doomcore sound with a collection of tracks from the Doomcore Records archives; all done by artists that are connected to France in one way or the other.
The music here is all over the map - we have epic, orchestral compositions, minimalist Doomtechno, fierce Industrial drums, moody ambiences... something for every appetite.

So, enjoy these precious gems from the dark and gloomy side of French culture.

01. Ubald - Zoro
02. Primitik - The Lost Souls
03. Taohm - Reiki
04. Aliocha - HEAVY
05. Babim - Confiture
06. FoglZ - Angel Dust (PCP Tribute)
07. al.xtc - Roaming
08. Plinn 1518 - Lake Placid
09. Kuvera B - The Fall Of Our Castles
10. Korbo - Awakening Hastur
11. Taciturne featuring Ad Absurdum - Noise Exp
12. Roux - Oldskool Project
13. Cyclic Backwash - The Sleeping Seed

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il y a 10 mois 1 semaine - il y a 10 mois 1 semaine #45479 par Low Entropy
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Doomcore Records is proud to present the start of its first sublabel, and, more importantly, the start of the first worldwide label solely dedicated to the Slowcore sound: Slowcore Records.
A home for all kinds of slower Hardcore, Doomcore and Techno music. Exploring the world between 0-125 Bpm.
We sincerly hope to bring you some interesting output on this label in the future!

Slowcore demos should be sent to Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser. (keep the above mentioned speed limit in mind please!)

The first release is by (S)Low Entropy, who has been putting out Slowcore tracks for decades now. This is a journey into his past output in this sound, taken from the archives. Crisp distortion, metallic drums and wailing synths. And, to complete this selection, the new, anthemic 16-minute Slowcore outing "How Do You Dance To Slowcore".

Slowcore enthusiasts, give it a listen.

Low Entropy - Slowcore Dance

Tracklisting:

01. I Dive
02. Creeping Doom
03. 50 Bpm Doomcore
04. Doomicide (Vocal)
05. Futuristic 5
06. Wie Feuer In Meinen Augen
07. Expeditionen Auf Andere Planeten
08. Battleship
09. Marching Through The Mist
10. When Metal Hits The Drum
11. Help Me Master
12. Urban Uprising (Original Concept 90 BPM 11 Minute Version)
13. How Do You Dance To Slowcore

Slowcore 01

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il y a 9 mois 5 jours #45482 par Low Entropy
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Shatterdoom - Oldschool Style Doomcore Compilation

We at Doomcore Records are interested in what we call "Progressive Doomcore"; Music that fuses Doomcore with modern ideas, experiments, new genres, futurism. But at the same time we love the Oldschool Doomcore sound of the 1990s, when this movement of music began. This is no contradiction; we see both the New- and Oldschool as precious parts of the Doomcore whole.
Yet, most labels and artist moved on, and it can be hard to find some real new Oldschool Style Doomcore.
That's why this compilation is here; we want to push that sound into the spotlight once more. Presenting artists and tracks that are, in one way or the other, undoubtly inspired by the roots of the Doomcore sound in the 90s. Ranging from Doomtechno to more Hardcore themed tracks and Arenacore.
All sonic creations on here have been taken from the Doomcore Records archive. Enjoy!

Tracklisting:

01. Danx - The Afterlife
02. Syndroom - Melanchoholic
03. AnTraxid - Akira
04. Mongloids Of Tommorow - Listerine (Raw Liquid Mix)
05. Euthanasylum - Temporal E-llusion
06. Nkisi - Euphoria Not Happiness
07. Low Entropy - Rave On! (Refined Mix)
08. Aliocha - Je Ne Me Confesserai Plus
09. Verminous Skumm - Deinococcus Radiodurans
10. Syndroom - Eternal Agony
11. Mongloids Of Tommorow - Frequency Of The Unknown (Pre Mix)
12. Euthanasylum - Drop The Curtains On Tomorrow
13. Meta-Morph - Metamorphose 1
14. Life Runs Dark - Lost In The Underground
15. AnTraxid - Man's Nature
16. Aliocha - Cupidon Is Dead

doomcorerecords.bandcamp.com/album/shatt...doomcore-compilation

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il y a 8 mois 2 semaines #45483 par Low Entropy
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The Slowcore Records journey continues. This is a release for those who like really, really low tempos. We have four tracks here from 15 BPM to 120 BPM. Noise, distortion, bass, the typical Low Entropy Doomcore melodies, it's all in this place.
A grim and fierce release for our gloomy world. If you're into Slowcore - why not give it a try?

Tracklisting:

Low Entropy - Slowcore Rules The World

1. Locked Down Slowcore (15 BPM)
2. Death Dance Of Slowcore (30 BPM)
3. Teufels Slowcore (60 BPM)
4. Garden Of Infernal Delights (120 BPM)

Slowcore 09

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