Retribution is the second studio album by Florida death metal band Malevolent Creation. It was produced and engineered by Scott Burns. The opening song, "Eve of the Apocalypse", contains the theme music from the 1986 controversial psychological horror/crime film, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer.
Newly re-mastered, this anthology features all of Spirit’s recordings for the Ode and Epic labels between 1968 and 1972 and notably includes the entire mono mix of the band’s self-titled debut album (appearing on CD for the first time), the complete soundtrack to the film The Model Shop, along with original 1968 stereo mix of The Family That Plays Together, associated out-takes, singles and alternate mixes undertaken in 1991 for the Time Circle compilation. It Shall Be also includes an illustrated booklet with essay by Malcolm Dome featuring archive interviews with Randy California and Ed Cassidy.
2018 five CD clamshell box set by the legendary American band Spirit. Formed in Los Angeles in 1967 from the remnants of The Red Roosters, Spirit was one of the great bands to emerge on the US West Coast in the psychedelic era…
Music is art. All Shall Be Well (And All Shall Be Well And All Manner Of Things Shall Be Well) proved this once again on their latest full length release ZWARTGROEN. A journey of seven songs totalling at 47 minutes brings the Haarlem band to new heights. Modern post-rock is celebrated here by the five members, altough the album certainly contains new impulses for the genre. The album acquires its complexity thanks to the emotional breadth, light and dark aspects are illuminated, moods between euphoria, longing and resignation are implemented acoustically in an exemplary manner. Foremost, this is the result of the fierce guitar walls, that mutate into cathedrals of sound.