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  • Through the years

    Note: Here is a selection of Elegy Records advertising postcards, from old to new.

    [Above: Reverse]

    [Above: Front]

    [Above: Reverse]

    [Above: Front]

    [Above: Reverse]

    Carl Alessi


  • New artwork

    Note: Alessi is the coolest senior citizen you'll ever meet. Down to earth, National Socialist, friendly as can be and a great artist. If you'd like to own examples of his art, just write him, he's extremely generous and I'm sure would send you your very own originals.

    Carl Alessi
    APT 547
    Laurel Terrace
    Pottsville, PA 17901



  • Misc. Spring 2019

    Note: Schattenmann's zine-zone - what a strange flyer, using a twist on 'My god, it's full of stars' from a scene of the 1968 film 2001: A Space Odyssey. It looks interesting, but the shipping to and from Germany will break your bank. Germany has some of the most expensive shipping in the world, not too mention the most tyrannical. They will open your package and actually look up your item on Ebay to make sure you valued it correctly on the custom's declaration! That's so they can then tax the person it's sent to based on the value. I could go on and on about my terrible experiences with the German postal system...

    [Above: Tough Riffs Magazine - flyer reverse. Riddick is one of the coolest artists in the underground.]

    [Above: Dehumanized Fanzine - get busy all of you cannibal punx and earth dogs out there!]

    [Above: Reality Impaired Distro - an odd choice of artwork]

    [Above: What the heck does that say?]

    [Above: Der Stürmer is a NSBM band from Greece and were formed in 1998]



  • Various

    Note: More stickers! I have some good ones for you today...

    [Above: Piarevaracien is a folk/black metal band from Belarus formed in 2004]

    [Above: Moloch is a black metal band from the Ukraine formed in 2002.]

    [Above: Terdor is a black metal band from the Netherlands formed in 2005]

    [Above: Wolfkrieg is a black/death metal band from Russia (Moscow) formed in 2009.]

    [Above: Kludde is a 'Black/Sludge Metal' band from Belgium formed in 2001]

  • The stickers below were made by a comrade. They peel off only leaving the white. Awesome huh?

    Malevolent Creation


  • Glossy promo photo

    Note: I have no clue what happened to this band, but the 1991 album The Ten Commandments is a death metal masterpiece! I got the chance to see Malevolent Creation with Obituary and a few other bands back in the day and it was one of the best concerts I've ever attended.

  • The badass singer of Malevolent Creation, Bret Hoffmann, passed away July 7, 2018 of stage four colon cancer. Only 51 years old...

    Carl Alessi


  • New art

    Note: I love these new Alessi drawings, modeled after National Socialist works of the past. I'm going to ask him to do more in this style!

    Léon Joseph Degrelle


  • CD 'Mon Combat Social'

    Note: This wonderful CD contains a speech by one of my favorite heroes, Léon Degrelle. His voice is electrifying. Being an English speaker, I can't understand his French, but his voice is so filled with passion, it is like music to these National Socialist ears. His books are masterpieces of history, if you haven't read them, you are in for a treat, if you are so inclined. You'll thank yourself! Below is an excerpt of a speech Degrelle gave. Beautiful and inspiring. The video of this speech keeps getting deleted on YouTube for 'Hate Speech', haha, whatever. What little scared children they are. Anyway, the below is a translation from Counter Currents:

    For Our Part, We Dreamed of Something Great
    Léon Degrelle

    Translator’s Note:

    The following is a translation of Belgian Rexist leader and SS-Standartenführer Léon Degrelle’s final speech in the 1976 documentary Le Volksführer, made during his postwar exile in Spain. The title is editorial.

    'I sometimes made huge mistakes. But what actually is a mistake in politics? And when I look back, I have only one sentiment: an enormous regret. Regret that we did not succeed, that we were not able to create this European world which would be the master of the universe for all time, which made the white race the first race, with the great mastery of the spirit.

    And when we see what there is on the other side, what 30 years of the others’ victory has given, this anarchy in the world, this rout of the white world, this desertion throughout the universe; when we see in our own countries the decay of morals, the fall of the fatherland, the fall of the family, the fall of social order; when we see this appetite for material goods which has replaced the great flame of the ideal which animated us, well then, truly, between the two we chose the right side. The small, miserable Europe of today, of this impoverished Common Market, cannot give happiness to men. Consumer society poisons humanity rather than elevating it.

    So, for our part, we dreamed of something great, and we have only one desire, that this spirit be reborn. And with all my might, up to the last moment of my existence, I will fight for this. So that what was our struggle and our martyrdom, will one day be the resurrection.'

    [Above: Inside of CD cover/inlay]

    [Above: CD reverse]

    [Above: CD tray]

    [Above: CD]

  • We Dreamed of Something Great

    [Above: Here is the video of the speech above, plus some extra NS footage, put together by an unknown comrade]

    La Germania in Camicia Bruna (Germany in Brown Shirts)


  • Book/stickers

    Note: This magnificent tome was sent to me from the land of the great Mussolini, whose golden spirit still lives in that embattled land. Now to learn Italian...

    [Above: Book, circa 2019]

    [Above: Book reverse]

    [Above: Sticker - "En 1945 los aliados lanzaron 4000 toneladas de bombas en Dresde no todos los genocidios son condenados" (In 1945 the Allies dropped 4000 tons of bombs in Dresden - not all genocides are condemned)]

    [Above: Flyer - This is of some sort of speaking engagement... "Devenir Europeo en Aragón le invita a la conferencia El gran delirio del 'gran delirio' a cargo de Santos Bernardo" (Becoming European in Aragon invites you to the conference The great delirium of the "great delirium" by Santos Bernardo)]

    [Above: Santos Bernardo has written books such as this one.]

    [Above: Flyer reverse]

    [Above: Sticker - Occidental Congress - 'Area di Tensioni e Attitudini' (Area of Tensions and Attitudes) is a magazine, since 1998, whose website is www.occidentalcongress.com]



  • Poster

    Note: This was sent from my good comrade from Mexico, Oscar! I'd never heard this band, but they weren't too bad. They are from Sweden and were formed in 1997 and have released seven full length albums.

    Last Night Alive


  • 'zine

    Note: Here is the newest copy of our good comrade's 'zine from Mexico! 'Free worldwide', done just for the love of the metal underground (or what's left of it).

    [Above: Art by none other than the legendary Carl Alessi]

    [Above: Limited to 90 copies worldwide. There are not too many paper 'zines these days. I talked to a guy who did 'zines for years and he told me that people just aren't interested in them these days. Apparently the internet has replaced our old beloved 'zines. This is a really cool 'zine, but I'd like to see more interviews!]

    [Above: I can't believe Bret Hoffmann is dead! I remember seeing Malevolent Creation back in the day. I rode with some friends to a shady part of town where the concert was being held. Sometime during the show someone stole my ride's car battery! It was in the middle of the night and we had to wait forever until finally we got a ride. But during that time, after all the fans had gone home, the guys from Malevolent Creation (and Obituary) came out of their bus and hung out with us for a half an hour or so. They were all super cool guys and what a kick ass band they were. The CD 'The Ten Commandments' is legendary. Bret's voice was like no other, one of the very best.]

    [Above: Haha, sign me up!]

    [Above: A page from Mourning the Ancient. I love the Budweiser graphic! Haha...]

    [Above: That's our newest business card there. The other card is Gravesite Productions, ran by a super cool guy.]

    [Above: This guy is living with twelve girls? At least one of which had been 'gifted' to him for helping out? No wonder why people have a hard time finding a girlfriend, this guy has them all!]

    [Above: Damn, needless to say, that would suck, and 1 - 5,000 seems semi-common.]

    [Above: 140 boys?! Imagine losing your life so that some loser like this can have a few moments of pleasure. Your whole fucking life gone, for a few minutes of sordid satisfaction. A lot of these boys could have had 70-80 years left to live. That's 25,000 - 30,000 days, lost and gone forever. All those hopes and dreams, all those problems and pain -- gone. Thown into a mass grave to be forgotten and to rot away.]

    Ask a Historian


  • No questions allowed!

    Note: I found this screenshot and found it all too common and rather hilarious. We're allowed to question the American Civil War, the Korean War, the Vietnam War and any other war fought on earth for thousands of years, but the moment you question WW2's 'Holocaust', they shut you down, or even imprison you in much of Europe these days. It's like the saying: 'Truth does not fear investigation'. Hmmm... I wonder what they could be hiding?

    Oh! Remember: 'This Week's Theme is Cooking and Baking', so fire up those ovens boys!

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