(Ajna Offensive - FLAME99) CD $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

(Ajna Offensive - FLAME99) LP $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

This rhythmic, dissonant instrumental trio burrow into dark avenues of occult rock. They began working on the album after the release of their previous album in 2012. It’s one piece divided in six parts, composed as a multi-directional labyrinth with a constantly changing map. The focus this time is on precision, the space between the notes and beats, articulations, pulse, breath and resonances.


Occult Rock

(Ajna Offensive) 2xCD $18.00 (Out-of-stock)

(Ajna Offensive) 2xLP $24.00 (Out-of-stock)

Eight hypnotic tracks, an ultimate entheogenic ceremony that reveals the 
power trio’s live energy and osmosis, and the individuality and roughness of each instrument, with an emphasis on the inter-penetration of all the components of an organic and tetanizing trance ritual.
 This opus recounts the alchemical transformation of the primordial vibration into matter, through all its elemental phases, leading to the sonic manifestation of the forces of the universe into the octagonal prism of Occult Rock.


Technicolor Skull

(Ajna Offensive) Used LP (one-sided) $14.00

This multi-media sound and video project features Anger on theremin and Butler on guitar, effects, and related gadgets, released to coincide with Anger’s Icons opening at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. Twenty-one minutes. Red vinyl, 180g. Edition of 666.


Lucifer Rising OST

(Ajna Offensive - FLAME100) LP $16.50 (Out-of-stock)

The legendary, notorious soundtrack as it was originally composed for Kenneth Anger’s film of the same name. Recorded in 1976 in prison, originally pressed on LP in 1980, and then presented in an elaborate multi-platter boxset (including related recordings from the original soundtrack sessions).


The Lucifer Rising Suite

(Ajna Offensive) 4xCD $25.50 (Out-of-stock)

(Ajna Offensive) 4xLP $60.00

At the age of 16, BeauSoleil played guitar for several garage acts, including a brief stint with Arthur Lee and The Grass Roots. (As would prove to be the case throughout his life, BeauSoleil's brief impression was lasting and Lee soon re-christened his band Love, reputedly a winking homage to the young runaway's romantic proclivities.) Bandless but unbroken, BeauSoleil landed in Haight-Ashbury just prior to his 18th birthday. Marching into the thriving psychedelic street revolution, he formed artrock band The Orkustra and began gigging regularly at Be-In events throughout the city. During this time, just months before the onset of the Summer of Love, underground filmmaker Kenneth Anger discovered him during a psychedelic arts festival called The Invisible Circus. He immediately cast the handsome musician as the lead man and fallen angel archetype in his latest celluloid ritual, Lucifer Rising. With typical melodramatic pomp, Anger approached him in a parking lot after the festival, declaring, “You are Lucifer!” He agreed to play the part under the condition that he would also compose the film's soundtrack. Caged first in San Quentin and later in Tracy State Prison, BeauSoleil's creative impulses could not be squelched despite his repressive surroundings. With diligence he was able to set up an inmate music program at the latter institution in the early 1970s. Now, for the first time, all the music composed for the soundtrack has been compiled into a single public release. The Lucifer Rising Suite begins with the 1967 version of the soundtrack and continues through a logical sequence of the recordings made in the years spanning 1976-79. With respect to the latter, the original master tapes were mined for music that had not been heard by anyone in nearly three decades. The newly unearthed recordings were then restored, cleaned up and combined with those previously released to make the anthology as complete as possible. With lots of artwork inserts, posters, essay.


The Sinister Tarot – A Musickal Working, Instruments Modern and Voice

(Ajna Offensive - FLAME94) LP $21.00 (Out-of-stock)

Interpretations in sound of specific cards from the tarot variant described in the Order of Nine Angles’ key guide. These spontaneous manifestations are expressed through magickal meditations of each element, associative and dissociative, linear or otherwise.The self-divined, self-made, self-sourced musick informs and enriches the egregore of the Septenary path that is ONA. With twelve-page booklet.


Head Of The Demon

(Ajna Offensive - FLAME76) CD $9.00

Sepulchral and doom-laden, Lovecraftian in intent, and aimed at the abyss, Head Of The Demon’s hypnotic and honed debut plays mainly on the rawness of riffs and cyclically repeated chants. Psychedelic vertigo is assured, and with it the stimulation of perceptions that open windows to mysterious parallel dimensions. Vocals recall a mentally dissociated Tom Warrior while the guitars constantly seek oblique pathways of expression without foresaking metal altogether — creeping ominously between proto-doom Sabbathetic realms and the atmosphere of Mortuary Drape’s cenotaph —but it’s the ancient and mysterious sound of an organ which gives additional character to such ritualistic music, making the result extremely gruesome.


Sathanas Trismegistos

(Ajna Offensive - FLAME102) CD $10.50 (Out-of-stock)

(Ajna Offensive - FLAME102) LP $17.25 (Out-of-stock)

Head of the Demon further entrenches themselves in heavy metal of the various occult shades. Their bare-boned metal with an eldritch shape vibrates on a solid foundation with a poetic, less-is-more approach. “Sathanas Trismegistos … is about as epic as doom metal can get,” says Metal Extreme. “[A]n undertone of black metal … drives this album alongside its mainly doom metal overture…. [It fuses] elements of psychedelic rock … without eliminating the evil sounding vibes.” Every hard-ripping riff oozes magnificence. Thickly atmospheric, black auras and “an evil energy … dwell in this album…, channeling spirits from another realm or dimension” that hypnotize, desensitize, and cast a spell. “Sathanas Trismegistos is a uniquely rich experience that holds no comparison. This is one of those albums that is going to change the way the genre of doom is thought about.” The panorama is wide open and the pillars are easily distinguishable outside of the field of vision. Truths lay wide open and in plain view for those who which to reflect and partake.


A Sun To Scorch

(Ajna Offensive - FLAME96) 10-inch $12.75 (Out-of-stock)

To paraphrase our fiends at No Clean Singing: you enjoy writhing black metal extremity, and riffs that swarm with reptilian menace and hammer powerfully at the gates of doom; your pulse quickens at the sound of a drummer who rocks and blasts with mechanistic precision; you relish bestial growls that go straight for your throat with teeth bared; you crave black metal that gets stuck in your head like a pick-axe, and atmospheres of infernal menace, befitting the rising of a vengeful sun that emanates death. You know what comes next.
Bow your head, raise your clawed hands to the skies, and listen to a sample here:



(Ajna Offensive - FLAME88) 2xLP $24.00 (Out-of-stock)

Comprised mostly of Pärt’s signature hypnotic tintinnabuli, performed by Anthony Pitt and Tonus Peregrinus, Passio Domini Nostri Jesu Christi secundum Joannem is a slow-moving liturgical piece that offers a vastness, solemnity and intimacy which allows for contemplation of the mysteries and suffering of the canonical text taken from the Gospel of John, chapters 18 and 19. Winner of the Cannes Classical Award.



(Ajna Offensive) LP $18.00 (Out-of-stock)

Acoustic oriental craftsmanship with strong mystical content by members of Necros Christos (Ben Ya Min Al Dee on percussion and voice, and M. Dalos Ra on guitar, saz, voice). With poster


Restored to One

(Ajna Offensive - FLAME58) CD $13.00 (Out-of-stock)

(Ajna Offensive - FLAME58) Used LP $20.00

Restored to One is a modern response (by James Jackson Toth of Wooden Wand and the Vanishing Voice, the No-Neck Blues Band's Dave Nuss, and Sunn0))) / Earth / Boris producer Randall Dunn) to the musical activities of a cult known as The Process Church of the Final Judgment, who used music to spread their visions of Gnostic reconciliation in a time of cataclysmic change. Sabbath Assembly has re-charged the original hymns of The Process Church and worked them into moving renditions that unite the trinity of rock, psychedelic and gospel into one triumphant re-awakening. The Process Church was an intensely creative, apocalyptic shadow side to the flower-powered '60s and New Age '70s. The influential group opened chapters in London, Europe and across the United States. Dressing in black cloaks and walking the streets with German Shepherds, they created their own intricately designed magazines, and promoted a controversial, quasi-Gnostic theology that reconciled Christ and Satan through deeper awareness and love. Funkadelic reproduced Process writings in two of its albums. The Process Church was accused of being part of a Satanic underground conspiracy by true crime pulps, most notably Ed Sanders' The Family, which linked the Church to the Manson murders. The recording follows on the heels of live shows across the US in the Fall of 2009, at which Sabbath Assembly performed previously unrecorded original hymns of the Church. More live events are planned, along with a documentary on the Process Church by William Morris of Skinny Puppy, a video for a song from the coming release, standard CD and LP releases and an archival LP box set (including readings of Process sacred literature by Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, Adam Parfrey, and Lydia Lunch, as well as LOVE SEX FEAR DEATH author Timothy Wyllie), and an off-Broadway theater extravaganza entitled “Gaming the Gods” based on the rise and fall of the Church.
LP is gold vinyl. Sealed


Ye Are Gods

(Ajna Offensive) CD $13.00 (Out-of-stock)

(Ajna Offensive) LP $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

Reaching beyond the scope of Restored to One, Ye Are Gods incorporates the ritual text and structure of the Process Church of the Final Judgment’s highest and holiest mass, the Sabbath Assembly liturgy (after which the band is named). In these hymns of the religious movement that emerged in the late ’60s as an apocalyptic shadow-side to flower power and New Age, Sabbath Assembly guides this mysterious Gnostic journey of the unification of Christ and Satan; the bliss of total submission to the gods Jehovah, Lucifer, Satan, and Christ; the wilds of the Apocalypse and a face-to-face encounter with the Angel of Death; and finally the moment of spiritual renewal in which the Process’s Law of the Universe is revealed. Joining vocalist Jamie Myers (Hammers of Misfortune, Wolves in the Throne Room) and drummer Dave Nuss are Genesis P-Orridge serving the role of High Priest(ess), aka “Sacrifist”; Eyvind Kang on viola for the liturgical “Declaration of the Gods”; on a chilling rendition of the hymn “We Give Our Lives,” guitarist/vocalist Imaad Wasif; and Timothy Wyllie, an original Process Church member, providing a homily from Process Church founder Robert DeGrimston’s Gods on War. Includes 20-page book.


To The Other

(Ajna Offensive - FLAME92) CD $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

(Ajna Offensive - FLAME92) LP $16.50 (Out-of-stock)

Black magic metal, a dark spiritual vortex rooted in heavy and hypnotic sounds, a pure voice of the Draconian magical tradition from the forests outside Uppsala, Sweden.



(Ajna Offensive) Used CD $15.00

This one is more about sound-scaping, with the first track stretching into guitar space-outs with brooding industrial undertones. Further on is more “traditional” Ultra — dark and gloomy, with cut-ups and a lot of samples — minus the mock-PE. Edition of 500 in outer card slipcase and five poster inserts


Tliltic Tlapoyauak

(Ajna Offensive - FLAME80) 3xLP $60.00 (Out-of-stock)

The Black Twilight Circle collective’s vision continues to be boundless and daring but ever obedient to black metal’s eternal tenets. Hypnotic and hysteric, swirling and cacophonous, stretching to infinity and beyond, the two maniacal hours of all-exclusive tracks here cast a spell that opens a new eye and even newer possibility. Ajna Offensive’s vinyl reissue of this history-beginning black metal / death metal comp, originally released on cassette (Crepúsculo Negro 2013), which quickly sold out, was remastered by Arthur Rizk at Solomon’s Gate (Inquisition, Power Trip). Tracks by: Volahn, Kampilan, Eztli, Yax, Tlacaelel; Kuxan Suum; Cempopoloah; BHL; The Haunting Presence; In Lakech Ala Kin; Muknal; Dolorvotre; Tukaaria; Kampilan; Volahn; Kallathon; Shataan; Blood Play; Acualli; Arizmenda; and Axeman. With twenty-page book. CD edition coming in September.


Desert Dances And Serpent Sermons

(Ajna Offensive) CD $11.25 (Out-of-stock)

(Ajna Offensive) LP $16.50 (Out-of-stock)

Eduardo Ramirez and his Black Twilight Circle horde of acolytes evoke from the arid, tumbleweed-strewn earth of Southern California a unique strain of esoteric, tribal, truly transcendental Black Metal of magical Mexican ancestry. New tracks by Volahn, Arizmenda, Shataan and Kallathon.
Splatter colored vinyl, booklet with lyrics, poster.



(Ajna Offensive - FLAME95) 2xLP $25.50 (Out-of-stock)

(Ajna Offensive - FLAME95) CD $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

“An almost hysterically chaotic mass of black, fractured noise,” marvels Zero Tolerance, where “song structures take second place to expressive, almost sitar-like contorted lead guitar and primitive percussion.” The Black Twilight Circle’s founding and most well-known band’s intersection of lo-fi black metal and Mesoamerican occult themes consists of a fast combination of furious guitar work, blastbeats, a few keyboards, melodies, and rasped vocals that periodically segue into acoustic guitar and spoken-word passages.