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First donation to 350.org from funds raised from the HDR compilation album!

Posted by Nick Skog on Monday, July 1, 2019, In : Hypnotic Dirge Records 
On April 8, we released the digital compilation album "The Depth of the Abyss Knows No Bounds" with 100% of the donations going straight to 350.org to help mitigate the environment impact of running a record label and give resources to an organization facing up against the powerful interests that ignore the existential threat of climate change.

Today is the day of our first donation! As of June 30, the compilation album has been downloaded over 600 times with over 100 people choosing to donate...

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DIGITAL RELEASE: Hypnotic Dirge Records Compilation 2019 | The Depth of the Abyss Knows No Bounds

Posted by Nick Skog on Monday, April 8, 2019, In : Hypnotic Dirge Records 
Hypnotic Dirge presents its latest compilation album, entitled "The Depth of the Abyss Knows No Bounds".  

This is our first compilation album since the Subarctic Nocturnes Trilogy and includes tracks from both recent and upcoming releases. 

1 - Marche Funèbre - Death Wish Woman
2 - Mavradoxa - Maple
3 - Ah Ciliz - People of the Stars
4 - Eave - Each Fang Falls
5 - Omgeving - VI - Eenzaamheid in Extase
6 - Kval - Laho
7 - Il Vuoto - V (The Fifth Nail)
8 - Frigoris - Minervas Flehen
9 - Feral...

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COMPILATION RELEASE: Subarctic Nocturnes - Below the Wilted Grove [Volume III - MMXVI]

Posted by Nick Skog on Friday, November 25, 2016, In : Hypnotic Dirge Records 
"Many moons have passed since our last compilation was released, but now we would like to present to you our third and final release of the Subarctic Nocturnes compilation series, “Below the Wilted Grove”. For those who revel in the simple yet brilliant sounds of acoustic medleys, accompanied by haunting vocals, trance-inducing rhythms, and droning violins, this is a collection of songs not to be missed! Fit for the rustic scenes of this dying season, “Below the Wilted Grove” is sure ...

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