EWIGKEIT CDs
(re-claimed, rescued and re-sold)

EWIGKEIT - 'Conspiritus'
(MOSH 326 / DTM 011)


'Conspiritus' was the fith and final album by experimental metal band 'Ewigkeit', and the second to be released by Earache records. Inspired by the works of David Icke, Alex Jones, Jim Marrs and other Conspiracy researchers, 'Conspiritus' is a highly researched adventure into the world of conspiracy theories. Mixing the trademark Ewigkeit sound, with further electronic experimentation into the world of sample-based music, this truly magnificent album was the height of Ewigkeit's commerciality.

Written, recorded and produced by mainman James Fogarty, it was mixed by famed producer John Fryer (Nine Inch Nails, White Zombie, Cradle of Filth, Depeche Mode, Paradise Lost etc etc) and the highly conceptual artwork was completed to perfection by illustrator and Death To Music collaborator Mick Usher. With the future seeming brighter than ever, Earache records released this album in 2005. Although supported by Earache's Managing Director, unfortunately the promotional team decided that the release wasnt extreme enough for their tatses, and without the integral support of the label, the album was promptly undermined (even so far as being labelled "rock" in the press release). All prepartions had been made for full tour support, but (again) without any support from Earache records, this was never fully realised.

This album is a classic and truly one of a kind. Reclaimed by the artist in 2007, as documented in the youtube video 'Burn the Bastards', Earache records now refuse to sell copies to us for re-distrubution. Unfortunately this means you have to buy it without any profits goin to the artist.

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EWIGKEIT - 'Radio Ixtlan'
(MOSH 282 / DTM 008)


'Radio Ixtlan' was the fourth album by experimental metal band 'Ewigkeit', and the first to be released by Earache records. Inspired by the works of Carlos Castaneda and too many late nights of over-indulgence, this album finally saw release in 2004.
Carrying on Ewigkeit's trademark disregard for the limited boundaries of heavy music, 'Radio Ixtlan' fuses the sensibilities of thrash, death and black metals with 70's classic rock, stoner ambience, industrial and sample-based music.

Released to acclaim in many publications (magazines and webzines), this album is a classic and one of a kind. This release was reclaimed by the artist in 2007, as documented in the youtube video 'Burn the Bastards'. All profits go towards 'the campaign for artistic freedom'.

£8 / €9 / $11 (includes postage worldwide !)




EWIGKEIT - 'Land Of Fog'

(MAP 037 / DTM 006)

'Land Of Fog' was a landmark album for Ewigkeit - the death of the old project, and the start of the new. Featuring a melting pot of classic 70s rock and melodic ambient Death metal, the atmosphere of this album is one of complete melancholy and cannabis-induced psychosis. Recieving great reviews upon it's release, this undergorund classic is now only available directly from us. All profits go towards 'the campaign for artistic freedom'.

This third EWIGKEIT album - originally written in 2000 - finally saw the light of day through Slovakia's CD manufacturers Metal Age Productions in 2002. It was reclaimed, as documented in the youtube video 'Burn the Bastards' in 2007. Currently on offer in our '2 for 1' promotion (chose the other release from the drop-down menu below before ordering).

£8 / €9 / $11 (includes postage worldwide !)

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EWIGKEIT - 'Starscape'

(ELD 008 / DTM 002)

'Starscape' was the second album for Ewigkeit - a light-speed evolution away from it's 'battle metal' predecessor, this album is futuristic ambient bleak space metal. Featuring quite possibly the rawest production possible for a commercial release, this self-produced album is both disgusting and beautiful. With themes ranging from megalomania, through to spiritual enlightenment and inter-galactic apsce travel, the range of topics are wide and varied. Recieving respectable reviews upon it's release, this undergorund release is now only available directly from us. All profits go towards 'the campaign for artistic freedom'.

This second EWIGKEIT album was originally released in 1999 by Neat records (now onwed by Universal Music Group via Sanctuary records). It was reclaimed, as documented in the youtube video 'Burn the Bastards' in 2007. Currently on offer in our '2 for 1' promotion (chose the other release from the drop-down menu below before ordering).

£8 / €9 / $11 (includes postage worldwide !)

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EWIGKEIT - 'Battle Furies'

(ELD 001 / DTM 001)

'Ewigkeit was formed as a solo endeavour by a young J. Fogarty to be able to write and record music without the neccesary involvment of other people. Being only 17 when this album was released, the music understandably basic and juveile in nature compared with later Ewigkeit releases. Originallty released in 1997, 'Battle Furies' pre-empted the current wave of 'Battle Metal' by some 10-12 years. With themes on paganism, sprituality and barbarous wrath, this is an essential release to all interested in the musical roots of Ewigkeit, Jaldaboath and The Meads of Asphodel. Recieving respectable reviews upon it's release, this undergorund classic is now only available directly from us. All profits go towards 'the campaign for artistic freedom'.

This second EWIGKEIT album was originally released in 1999 by Neat records (now onwed by Universal Music Group via Sanctuary records). It was reclaimed, as documented in the youtube video 'Burn the Bastards' in 2007. Currently on offer in our '2 for 1' promotion (chose the other release from the drop-down menu below before ordering).

£8 / €9 / $11 (includes postage worldwide !)

'2 for 1' selection