Archive: Apr 2014

‘The Lost Tapes’ is in stock & shipping


After what seems like a monumental delay – we are happy to say that the Witchfynde vinyl has arrived and is shipping out of the door as we speak.


Thanks to everyone who ordered and waited.  You were all so understanding about this issue.


Hopefully a delay on this scale with not happen again.  But you really can’t tell with vinyl manufacture.

Satan’s Satyrs ‘Black Souls’ 7″ eBay auction for McCash Family Fund


CLICK HERE to bid on a test pressing of the UK / European pressing of ‘Black Souls’ by Satan’s Satyrs released by Bad Omen Records.  It contains two tracks ‘Black Souls’ & ‘Baphomet’s Boogie’.

This test pressing is limited to 10 units and, unless the band chose to sell their personal copies, there will not be another copy on sale anywhere.

All proceeds of this auction will go to the McCash Family Fund, which has been set up to help the family of our friend Jason McCash, bass player of The Gates of Slumber, who tragically passed away on April 5th leaving his wife and 3 children behind.

If you are not into bidding for the record, you can still click here to donate.

Please join our mailing list for more info on future test pressing listings (all of which will be auctioned for charity)

BadOmensnacht in London – 11th May


Live performances from

Satan’s Satyrs


Wytch Hazel


Plus Powerhouse DJ sets running it red in the main bar till midnight

Tickets are £8 in advance HERE

If you’re that way inclined, you can join the Facebook Event HERE

Something sinister is looming in the mist – a ghastly three-headed apparition, equal parts riffage & rancour and fuelled by a steady diet of garage rock 7-inches played at 33RPM and horror movies watched at 5AM, the primeval force of Satan’s Satyrs is hitting London for the first time in the most imitate setting possible; it’ll be loud in there!

 Hot on the heels of their UK run with Grand Magus, Asomvel return to the capitol to deliver another focused and fat-free expression of pissed off, Tanked-up, Venomous Motörized fury.  Will you survive the Blitzkrieg?

As long as we have Wytch Hazel in the world, there will be no need to Imagine what Wishbone Ash and Thin Lizzy would sound like if they collaborated to perform a set comprised of sacred vocal works and other early music in order to entertain the court of Henry VIII.