Armageddon Shop

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Armageddon Shop
Armageddon Shop is listed in the Compact Discs Cassette Tapes & Records category in Providence, Rhode Island. Displayed below is the only current social network for Armageddon Shop which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Armageddon Shop on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 70.

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436 Broadway
Providence, RI 02909
(401) 521-6667

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Armageddon Shop added an event.
Listening party the night before the record drops! Come hang out and check out the new ELDER album, the dudes will have some copies of the limited "band color" vinyl plus CD and Cassettes if you want to grab em a day early. Come hang and have some drinks! A quick write up on the new record: Band members and friends Nick DiSalvo, Jack Donovan and Matt Couto already dismissed any last remains of stoner metal stereotypes on "Lore" (2015). Their current album, which was written following the long and acclaimed Lore tour in moments ofintense creativity, is a journey into prog rock and psychedelic worlds. Six monumental songs, huge in sound, each of them their own cosmic expedition. What begins as driving mid-tempo rock filled with heavy guitar riffs repeatedly erupts into melodic tangents and clever variations. The high demands that DiSalvo places on his own songwriting seem to become more unfettered from minute to minute - as does the pleasure of listening to him. Guest musicians Michael Samos and Mike Risberg have added additional guitars, pedal steel and keyboards to the trio, making Elder's sound more voluminous than ever, and the influences found here range from 70s prog dinosaurs such as Yes, King Crimson or Pink Floyd to their kindred spirits in the European psychedelic and space rock scenes. And it is of course a cliché, but Elder bring their own organism to life from all these influences. Elder already strike out on their chosen path on the album opener "Sanctuary". What begins as a trademark stoner song turns on its own axis several times at minute four, morphing into lyrical polyphonic pickings and using a Mellotron to sweet-talk its way to an unfathomable and brutal finale. "The Falling Veil" moves between Thin Lizzy with palpitations and undulating progressive riffs. Those who think of Kyuss during "Staving off Truth" won't be able to hold that thought the entire 11 minutes of the song. And as hymn-like as the riffs can be, the band never settles down to one part for longer than two minutes. But at the same time, the songs never lose their coherence, because all parts are logically woven into one another. And it could be that "Sonntag", a detour into the Krautrock motorik functions of Neu!, most clearly shows the limitless cosmic ambitions of Elder. Elder will be taking Reflections of a Floating World live to European fans in July and August 2017, followed by a USA tour in the fall. The East Coast trio will be a quartet for the first time ever on these tours with the addition of Mike Risberg on second guitar and keyboards. Anybody who has already seen Elder live know that they shouldn't miss the opportunity to see them on this tour! It's time to get euphoric. With Elder's fourth full-length album , an epic piece of rock music will be released unto the world. And we think that's a reason to celebrate...
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Coming up at the Middle East in Boston May 29th!
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Elder "Reflections Of A Floating World" 2LP/CD/Cassette/Digital hits the streets June 2nd. Preorders are up and running. http://smarturl.it/elder-roafw

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Pre-orders are live on the new Elder "Reflections Of A Floating World" 2LP/CD/CASSETTE released via Armageddon Shop. Street date June 2nd, all orders will ship one week ahead of street date. http://armageddonlabel.bigcartel.com/ ELDER "Reflections of a Floating World" 2LP (download inluded) / CD / Cassette / Digital Armageddon Shop 010 Release date: June 2, 2017 Band members and friends Nick DiSalvo, Jack Donovan and Matt Couto already dismissed any last remains of stoner metal stereotypes on "Lore" (2015). Their current album, which was written following the long and acclaimed Lore tour in moments ofintense creativity, is a journey into prog rock and psychedelic worlds. Six monumental songs, huge in sound, each of them their own cosmic expedition. What begins as driving mid-tempo rock filled with heavy guitar riffs repeatedly erupts into melodic tangents and clever variations. The high demands that DiSalvo places on his own songwriting seem to become more unfettered from minute to minute – as does the pleasure of listening to him. Guest musicians Michael Samos and Mike Risberg have added additional guitars, pedal steel and keyboards to the trio, making Elder’s sound more voluminous than ever, and the influences found here range from 70s prog dinosaurs such as Yes, King Crimson or Pink Floyd to their kindred spirits in the European psychedelic and space rock scenes. And it is of course a cliché, but Elder bring their own organism to life from all these influences. Elder already strike out on their chosen path on the album opener “Sanctuary”. What begins as a trademark stoner song turns on its own axis several times at minute four, morphing into lyrical polyphonic pickings and using a Mellotron to sweet-talk its way to an unfathomable and brutal finale. “The Falling Veil” moves between Thin Lizzy with palpitations and undulating progressive riffs. Those who think of Kyuss during “Staving off Truth” won’t be able to hold that thought the entire 11 minutes of the song. And as hymn-like as the riffs can be, the band never settles down to one part for longer than two minutes. But at the same time, the songs never lose their coherence, because all parts are logically woven into one another. And it could be that “Sonntag”, a detour into the Krautrock motorik functions of Neu!, most clearly shows the limitless cosmic ambitions of Elder. Elder will be taking Reflections of a Floating World live to European fans in July and August 2017, followed by a USA tour in the fall. The East Coast trio will be a quartet for the first time ever on these tours with the addition of Mike Risberg on second guitar and keyboards. Anybody who has already seen Elder live know that they shouldn’t miss the opportunity to see them on this tour! It’s time to get euphoric. With Elder’s fourth full-length album , an epic piece of rock music will be released unto the world. And we think that’s a reason to celebrate...

Posted the new arrivals for both shops today, and the NIGHTSTICK Blotter LP is officially out now. NIGHTSTICK "Blotter" LP on colored vinyl w/download http://www.armageddonshop.com/search.php?artist=NIGHTSTICK A Heavy pschedelic bummer rock masterpiece from 1995. First time on vinyl, ltd to 500 copies on color vinyl with download. Six loud and pummelling transmissions from the streets of Weymouth directly to your skull. A sonic boot to the head. SIEGE drummer Robert Williams powers this sonic trip through some extremely heavy territory. Pink Floyd meets Flipper under a collapsing bridge, Lydia Lunch meets the Brainbombs and they take acid together, Black Sabbath meets Funkadelic while Kilslug throws empty beer bottles at them both. We file this in the "fucked up music" category alongside Flipper, Brainbombs, Kilslug, Drunks With Guns. If SIEGE's Grim Reaper was ever to be completely extended to band status, this is it. You will either be on board for this trip, or you will not be. We are definitely on the boat. Purple Bruise Marble 150 copies, Pink Meat Marble vinyl 250 copies, Green Swamp Vomit Marble vinyl (Armageddon Shop only) 60 copies, Random Colors (Band Only) 40 copies Some words on Blotter! "I was at Armageddon Shop in Providence again the other day and once again they were playing something that caught my ear. This time it was NIGHTSTICK. Slow, super fuzzed out, distorted stoner rock with LOTS of feedback! The first track on the CD is basically a 10 minute distorted bass solo, but the rest of the band kicks in after about 5 minutes of fuzz for the chorus part. Super Noizy. Super Awesome." vinylnoize "Nightstick, Nightstick, Nightstick. Remember them? Of course you do – three piece? Featured ex-Siege drummer Robert Williams? Did three monumentally heavy and increasingly more far-out albums for Relapse back in the late nineties? No? Had a dancing clown named Padoinka on stage with ’em? Yeeeeeeah, THOSE guys. Speaking for myself I hadn’t forgotten ’em: their three albums – 1997’s Blotter, ’98’s Ultimatum, and ’99’s double opus Death To Music – have all been getting regular spins around my gaff since those balmy days and, let me tell you, they don’t get any less heavy over time... quite the reverse, in fact. Blotter‘s version of Pink Floyd’s ‘Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun’ still sounds like a transmission straight from the super-dense heart of a collapsing dwarf star... One of those releases that will really separate the wheat from the chaff, so to speak, like musical Marmite, you’re either resolutely IN or completely OUT, with no half measures and no punches pulled. Nightstick, along with the Melvins and the much-missed Sun City Girls are a bunch of people who do exactly what they want and if you can’t keep up, well, that’s YOUR fuckin’ problem maaaan." thesleepingshaman Providence got 2100+ new and used titles this update! http://armageddonshopri.blogspot.com/2017/04/armageddon-shop-providence-new-arrivals_25.html Boston got 1900+ new and used titles this update! http://armageddonshopboston.blogspot.com/2017/04/armageddon-shop-boston-new-arrivals_25.html