In the Peaceville podcast series, former Peaceville Records employee, Dave Pybus, responsible for the layout and design of many classic titles (and perhaps more widely known for his time with Anathema and Cradle of Filth), discusses his days at the company at the start of the 1990s, and talks with some of the bands and artists from back then, reflecting on the ways of the industry and the changes since.

In this latest episode of his 'Peaceville Days' podcast, Pybus catches up with vocalist Tomas Lindberg of influential Swedish death metal masters At the Gates, and discusses the formative years of the band and their Deaf Records/Peaceville legacy, as well as thoughts on At the Gates’ album visual aesthetics, including Tomas’ input in the design of the iconic Darkthrone logo.


In collaboration with 'Life is a Hideous Thing,' the official Dave Pybus podcast. www.davepybus.blogspot.co.uk

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In the Peaceville podcast series, former Peaceville employee Dave Pybus, responsible for the layout & design of many classic titles (& perhaps more widely known for his time with Anathema & Cradle of Filth), discusses his days at the company at the start of the 1990’s, and talks with some of the bands and artists from back then, reflecting on the ways of the industry and the changes since.

In the latest episode of his ‘Peaceville Days’ podcast, Dave catches up with Autopsy’s Chris Reifert to reflect on the historical evolution in regard to censorship, including the often controversial legacy of the US death metal legends & their infamous artwork which at the time was deemed too extreme for the population at large.

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In a new Peaceville podcast series, former Peaceville employee Dave Pybus, responsible for the layout & design of many classic titles (& perhaps more widely known for his time with Anathema & Cradle of Filth), discusses his days at the company at the start of the 1990’s, and talks with some of the bands and artists from back then, reflecting on the ways of the industry and the changes since. In this first episode of his ‘Peaceville Days’ podcast, Dave talks with Aaron Stainthorpe of My Dying Bride about the early visions of the band, plus techniques of constructing artwork in the early 90’s, along with some of the tribulations involved in the pre-photoshop era. Also joining the trip down memory lane is a conversation with artist Dave McKean, himself responsible for some of the early iconic My Dying Bride artwork.

In collaboration with Life Is a Hideous Thing - The official Dave Pybus Podcast.
www.davepybus.blogspot.co.uk/

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The third episode of the unholy Peaceville podcast is now upon us, and who better to serve up some rancid platters from the vaults of horror this Halloween than Mr Anders ‘Blakkheim’ Nyström from Swedish deathlords, Bloodbath. Taking us through a nightmare of brutality, blasphemy and sickness, & delving into the influential delights of death metal’s glorious past which contributed towards creating the monster that became Bloodbath, Blakkheim also blesses us with an exclusive Halloween treat in the form of a new track lifted from forthcoming album Grand Morbid Funeral, set for release on November 17th on Peaceville Records.

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Welcome to the new episode of the Peaceville podcast where our latest journey through the world of musical madness is captained by none other than Mr Chris Reifert from the masters of horror, Autopsy. Chris reveals some insightful, eclectic & perhaps unexpected influences from the likes of Repulsion, Trouble, Procol Harum and Mahogany Rush, and even plays some of them for our delectation. Enjoy!

www.peaceville.com/autopsy

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Peaceville Records is set to delve into the world of podcasts with a series of special shows courtesy of some of our esteemed artists from our roster. 

And who better to commence proceedings than a man who needs no introduction but will be given one anyway. It's the seemingly bottomless pit of musical knowledge that is Darkthrone's Fenriz, with his very own selection of influential tracks from the darker side of the metal universe, who first takes centre stage.

The podcasts will be available through www.peaceville.com and downloadable for free from PodbeanSoundcloud and iTunes. 

Watch out for the next installment of the Peaceville podcast too, as we await the next suspect with impending dread.
DARKTHRONE - Black Death and Beyond (Box set vinyl/book)
‘Black Death and Beyond’ is a special collector’s box-set featuring an in-depth book containing extensive accounts of the band’s history & philosophy from both Gylve ‘Fenris’ Nagell & Ted ‘Nocturno Culto’ Skjellum, as well as additional recollections from bass player Dag Nilsen. Numerous other artists & friends along the way give their thoughts on the legends too, plus the book contains a large amount of personal photos from the band archive. 
Also included are 3 vinyls featuring Darkthrone’s own choice cuts from their illustrious collection of death/black/ & metal/punk classics, presented on white, black & transparent vinyl. 
This edition of ‘Black Death and Beyond’ is strictly limited to a single vinyl pressing. Once it's sold out, it will not be re-pressed. 
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