Ghastly Apparition will be taking a break from tomorrow, Feb. 21st to work on the online store as well as several other things to improve both the label and the distro. I’ll be available by email most of the time, but expect a longer reaction time – thanks!
You can order stuff, but it won’t be send out before the end of this break. It’ll be handled on a first come-first served base, so don’t worry if you don’t get a confirmation.
I’ll be fully back in action in early/mid-March.
Before I’m going, here are some news:
As you’ll notice when checking the release page, the tapes from Opositor, Nox Irae and Ordeals are now sold out. You can still get copies from some distros though and a few die hard editions of Opositor and Ordeals are also still up for grabs!
Both Nox Irae and Desekryptor will release their second tapes on Ghastly Apparition and I am very glad to announce that and wanna thank the bands for the ongoing trust and cooperation.
Nox Irae’s tape will be entitled “Here the dead live” and feature a Hellhammer cover plus two new original tracks.
The Desekryptor tape is untitled as of today!
A new band in the Ghastly Apparition camp is Worthless from the US of A. Their debut “A portrait of mankind” will be my first CD release. You’ll find more information about those NJ-Black Metallers on here soon.
The die hard edition of the Evokador tape is in the works and will be out in a few weeks. It’ll contain the tape in a different shell cover, a badge, a full color poster and a T-Shirt. I’ll reveal more details and post some pics soon. It’ll again be limited to 10 copies and you are advised to reserve your copy so you make sure you get a shirt your size! You don’t need to pay for it until it’s ready for shipping, so there’s no risk.
The Desekryptor die hard-edition on the other hand is available now. I will add a photo to this post soon and also list all the details.