• Axl Rosenberg


First of all, for our non-Chosen readers: groyse metsie is Yiddish for a bargain. Don’t say I never taught ya nuthin’.

So. For the month of October (or “Rocktober,” as some clever marketing types are dubbing it), Earache is offering a whole bunch of truly righteous albums from their catalog for download on iTunes at a retardedly low price: $5.99 in the U.S., £4.49 in the U.K., and 4,99EUR in Europe. (The press release tells me that “prices may vary in other regions.” Ha-ha.) Now, I know that most of us music snobs don’t like iTunes because the audio quality isn’t as high as it could be, and there’s a better-than-average chance that a lot of you own most of these albums anyway. But if you can get past the whole “IT’S NOT AS GOOD AS FLAC! Snort snort” thing and/or for some reason DO NOT already own most of these albums, it’s a really, really killer deal.

A complete list of available albums after the jump. At least six or seven of these are classics, and nine or so are still awesome and could be classics, so they’re totally worth the six bucks or whatever.

And then one of them is by Oceano.

Napalm Death – Scum
At The Gates – Slaughter Of The Soul
Morbid Angel – Blessed Are The Sick
Brutal Truth – Extreme Conditions Demand Extreme Responses
Sleep – Holy Mountain
Entombed – Wolverine Blues
Hate Eternal – I, Monarch
Decapitated – Nihility
Deicide – Till Death Do Us Part
Municipal Waste – The Art Of Partying
Cult Of Luna – Somewhere Along The Highway
Akercocke – Words That Go Unspoken, Deeds That Go Undone
Evile – Enter The Grave
Iron Monkey – Our Problem
Bonded By Blood – Feed The Beast
Oceano – Depths


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