Never compromise. Not even in the face of Armageddon. That's always been the difference between us ... (Rorschach)

Perhaps it's just what Rorschach said to Daniel, what fuels us as an independent label. This thought originated Sounds of Subterrania's work as a distribution. To help other labels selling their records, creating networks and to support each other. Now we've got a new tool and I hope it facilitates your work and the process of ordering. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. And I'm always open and thankful for any suggestions to improve the new concept.

Hope to hear from you soon!
Gregor

... and now enjoy the digging!
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    ERTLIF

    Ertlif... Plus

    Ertlif was formed in 1970 by two ex–members of Egg & Bacon, lead guitarist Dany Andrey and bass player Teddy Riedo. They were joined by keyboard player James Mosberger (The Only Ones, The Countdowns
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    ERTLIF

    Relics From The Past

    Previously unreleased ’74–75 homemade recordings by Swiss prog /psych legends Ertlif. Raw, in–your–face hard–progressive sound with ultra–loud fuzz–wah guitar plus Hammond, Mellotron, sy
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    DERDIYOKLAR IKILISI

    Disco-Folk

    More demented, brain-damaging Turkish electro-saz & synth drums galore by the mighty Derdiyoklar duo, originally released in 1984! Anadolu Pop doesn’t get weirder than this! These two Turkish guys a
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    MORDBUBEN AG

    Bleib Blöd

    Auszug aus den Trashrock Archives über Punk in Österreich von Al Bird Dirt: "Sensationell schleißiger Sound!" meint Götz Schrage, in den frühen Achtzigern Musikredakteur beim "Wiener" und Blümc
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    FUCKIN FACES

    Licht + Schatten

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    BÜYÜKBURC, EROL

    Hop Dedik

    Years before Baris and even before the fame of Erkin Koray, Erol’s flamboyant outfits and spontaneous behaviour brought a youthful, pop–oriented world to Turkish audiences. Here’s his first prop
  • PROTEX

    Tightrope

    The long awaited new album from Belfast, Irelands Punkrockers PROTEX.
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    MOGOLLAR

    Mogollar

    Makam madness gives way to instrumental prog on this burned–out last album, released in 1976, by Turkey’s Anadolu Pop heroes. Mogollar was the band that never had a singer attached for long, and y
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    COZMIC CORRIDORS

    Cozmic Corridors

    First ever vinyl reissue of this underground Kraut–Kosmische monster, recorded / produced circa 1972–73 in Cologne by Toby "The Mad Twiddler" Robinson for his Pyramid label. Originally released as
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    HEAT EXCHANGE

    Reminiscence

    During their brief existence, Heat Exchange – from Canada – recorded an album of which only four tracks were released as 45s for the legendary Yorkville label. Here’s for the first time ever the
  • MONSTERS, THE

    M - Special Edition

    Brick by brick can you builed the new Monsters Special Edition. Limited Special Edition for The Bastards can't dance Clubmembers. When you are interested, write me an email. Our friends at Lego a
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    VOID OMNIA

    dying light

    Void Omnia is a five-member black metal outfit from Oakland, USA, created in 2013 and bringing together former members of Apocryphon, Mutilation Rites and Tombs among others. The band has released a d
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    VUKARI

    divination

    Assuming, then, that “atmospheric” simply refers to a specific swelling, epic mood conjured by layers of rhythms and relentlessly climactic songwriting that corresponds to yet enhances distended p
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    ENISUM

    samoht nara

    Enisum is an Italian atmospheric black metal band from Susa Valley (Val di Susa), the longest valley of Italian Alps, near Turin. They took their name from a local mountain, since Enisum is the anagra
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    KINDLING

    no education

    Kindling is comprised of my good buddies Stephen and Andy who also play in WMass hardcore outfit Ampere, as well as Gretschen (who plays guitar and sings) and Andrew, who plays bass. I can tell you th
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    RANK / XEROX

    myth

    RANK / XEROX from San Francisco finally return with four songs of messy post-punk with hidden pop james and dark guitar scratchers and synth screamers. Distorting messy and catchy at the same time.
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    WOE

    a spell for the death of man

    "The realization strikes quickly; A Spell For The Death of Man is an atypical force. The haunting, oddly naked guitar that opens the record--perfectly painted in the "Solitude" referenced in the track
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    WET THE ROPE

    the sum of our scars

    Wet The Rope is a hardcore band consisting of members of Pitchfork, Amber Inn, Sinker, Exhale and many others. It's members have been actively making music for almost 30 years. "The Sum of Our Sca
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    BAD VISION

    s/t

    Bad Vision from Melbourne / Australia came together in 2011 to make some noise. Fed on a diet of garage, post punk and proto punk, Bad Vision drawinspiration from the likes of Jay Reatard, The Wipers,
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    DARK BLUE

    start of the world

    Dark Blue follow up their debut LP, ‘Pure Reality’ (Jade Tree), with ‘Start Of The World’ (/ADAGIO830/ 12XU) - a soundtrack of a decaying United States. Each song drips with the realities of a
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    CULT OF OCCULT / GRIM VAN DOOM

    Split

    "The split album by the sludge bands Cult Of Occult and Grim Van Doom starkly contrast the two very different approaches that the two bands bring to the same genre. But, if anything, that contrast gra
  • LO FAT ORCHESTRA

    Neon Lights

    pre-order! You cannot help but wonder how they keep on doing it! Just to make sure, "Neon Lights" is of course still 100 per cent Lo Fat Orchestra, hugely catchy and danceable, groovy but still toug
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    BETA YAMA GROUP, THE

    Free Love

    It’s hard to get a handle on Nigerian musicians Nash Dodoo, Charlie Cuul and Jonas Caulley. In 1980 they released an album of face-melting gospel boogie as the BML chapels. And in the same year, cal
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    MANFORD BEST

    Come Go With Me

    With the Super Wings in mutiny and a trail for the manslaughter of his former bandmate, Spuds Nathan, still hanging over his head, Manford Best came out swinging with Come Go With Me. It’s a chirpy,