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Cannibal Ferox

  • Laserdisc

    [Note: Here is the infamous laserdisc edition of Umberto Lenzi's Cannibal Ferox, complete with seven inch vinyl and vomit bag!]

    [Seven inch record]

    [Vomit bag]


    [Below: This picture circulated on the internet for years, portrayed as an authentic death picture. It is in actuality a still from Cannibal Ferox!]

    [Below: Here's another vomit bag from the era from the film 'Mark of the Devil']



  • Letter and Immolation envelope

    [Note: 'Keep yourself immolated...and AWAY FROM GOD!!' ]

    National Alliance


  • Business card, circa 1990's

    [Note:...RIP William Pierce.]

    [Below: New business card, circa 2015.]

    [Below: This is a fairly old image used by the National Alliance.]



  • Misc./shirt

    [Note: I'm sure this shirt got some attention!]

    [shirt front/close-up/back]

    Mortal Wish


  • Broken CD courtesy of the postal service!

    [Note: No love for Brazilian black metal band Mortal Wish from the postal service!]



  • Old Deicide promotional advertisements

    [Note: A rather strange, smiling picture of the band.]

    Ares Kingdom


  • Flyer

    [Note: Featuring some of the members of the infamous Order from Chaos.]



  • Flyer/CD cover

    [Note: What does that say? As an added touch the zombie guy is reading the 'Fucking Bible'...]



  • 14/88

    [Note: Not only one of the greatest Americans of all time, but one of the greatest men of our time. David Lane was the most down-to-earth, polite, wise, spiritual and intelligent men I ever had the honor to speak with.]



  • Master matches!/demos

    [Note: Paul Speckman, the frontman of Master, was a cool guy, and one of the very first interviews we ever did. For a few years afterward he sent us promotional tapes unsolicited. These matches were way to cool to use!]

    [a few demo cassettes from the 1990s]



  • Cut-out flyer

    [Note: Someone's been using the thesaurus...]

    Holocausto Canibal


  • Flyer

    [Note: Beware all you 'pseudo brutal freaks'...]



  • 'Zine

    [Note: This 'Zine is from the glorious year of 1995, from Lithuania...]



  • Flyer

    [Note: Storm was a truly great collaboration, too bad they only released one CD. I believe it was Satyr from Satyricon, Fenriz from Dark Throne and Kari from The 3rd and the Mortal. I remember hearing back in the day that they got shit locally because people said that the CD was 'racist' because it was too 'nationalistic.' Politically correct nonsense!]

    [Below: Nordavind CD]

    [Below: Kari Rueslåtten picture from the Storm booklet. Kari was already beloved in the scene for her gifted singing with the band The 3rd and the Mortal.]

    [Below: From the booklet.]

    King Diamond/Mercyful Fate


  • Metal Blade glossy promo pictures

    [Note: Love 'em or hate 'em, but King Diamond still rules.]



  • Flyers

    [Note: Countess was always one of my faves. Truly top notch black Metal.]

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