Saturday, September 22, 2012


All Hallowed Hymns
V/A Picture Disc LP

UNSEEN FORCES proudly presents GRAVE COMMAND: All Hallowed Hymns, a sepulchral compilation picture disc celebrating the thinning of the veils between the living and the (un)dead that occurs under the hungry Harvest Moon! Limited to 1000 copies and introducing the fantastic artwork of Brian Profilio, GRAVE COMMAND is an eclectic and sinister assemblage of never-before-heard compositions written and recorded specifically for this collection (plus one mandatory killer from the 1984 XINR recordings!) and showcasing some of our most beloved fiends, necromancers, ravagers and revenants pushing themselves far beyond the pale of limitations. Double-sided 33rpm picture disc comes in a beautiful full-color LP jacket sleeve. Mastered by Timothy Stollenwerk of Stereophonic. All treats, no tricks.  Featuring:  GHOUL / XINR / ORCHID / RIDE FOR REVENGE / XANDER HARRIS / GRAVE VIOLATORS / DECEASED / OCCULTATION / VENENUM / DANAVA

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  • $17 ppd US
  • $25 ppd Canada
  • $29 ppd Mexico
  • $31 ppd Rest of the World
European customers are encouraged to order from these distributors:
Clear Spot
High Roller
Iron Bonehead
Sepulchral Voice
Ahdistuksen Aihio

Monday, September 17, 2012

XINR on KBOO Radio!

THIS WEEK! Portland radio station KBOO 90.7 FM will broadcast the XINR interview that was recorded live on stage at East End during the official record release party on Saturday September 15, 2012.  The interview will air at 1am (Pacific Standard Time) Thursday morning (or late Wednesday night, depending on how you look at it) on Heavy Metal Vomit Party.  The show will stream live worldwide here and we will be giving away a copy of the new XINR LP signed by all surviving members.       

(L to R): Kenny Stocks (bass), Paul Dreyer (drums) and Roger DeCarlo (guitar) reunited for the first time in 28 years.  Photo by Chris Hoard 

A somber moment on stage at East End as Roger DeCarlo displays the original flier for the XINR gig scheduled for December 1, 1984 that never happened due to the motorcycle accident that took the lives of Tony Saiz and Shaun Tramel one night earlier.  Photo by Anna Wilson