[ 1 Aug 2019 | xdementia | No Comment | ]
Black Horizons announces Xiphoid Dementia 20th Anniversary Box Set

Black Horizons is a record label that features an eclectic array of dark-tinged music ranging from noise, power electronics, industrial and black metal always with a little something special. It is the home to no less than 3 cassette box sets of music based on the films of Ingmar Bergman, as well as several records from Jute Gyte and Sutekh Hexen.
Now Black Horizons will also be the label on which will appear Collection of Lost Thoughts, a 3xC64 box set featuring rare tracks, b-sides, compilation tracks, outtakes and unreleased material …


[ 16 Jun 2019 | xdementia | No Comment | ]
7/20 – 7/22 :: Headstone Brigade/Crooked Mouth Micro Tour

7/20 – Portland, OR @ Azoth w/ TBA
7/21 – Olympia, WA @ Stump Meadow w/ Green Heron
7/22 – Seattle, WA @ Teatro de la Psychomachia w/ Serpentent, A Heart In the Stillness


[ 6 Jun 2019 | xdementia | No Comment | ]
Celebrating 20 Years of Xiphoid Dementia: V/A – Death Kontakt Pt. 1 [1999]

2019 is the 20 year anniversary of Xiphoid Dementia and for this year I wanted to do a few extra special things. For one, I ripped, remastered, and posted the first release that ever featured the sounds of Xiphoid Dementia: V/A Death Kontakt Pt. 1 released on cassette by L.S.D.Organisation back in 1999. Enjoy.


[ 28 May 2019 | xdementia | No Comment | ]
Xiphoid Dementia Live @ Azoth 4-13-19 Video

Special thanks to the folks at Azoth for this show but especially Jason Walton for getting the board recording and Blue Heron Video for the amazing footage and editing!


[ 28 May 2019 | xdementia | No Comment | ]
Divergent Series Announces New Xiphoid Dementia LP

Eclectic Boston label Divergent Series has just announced in their Spring 2019 Newsletter that the a new Xiphoid Dementia LP is up on deck! Divergent Series is home to the strange industrial/sound collage project FRKSE and obscure black metal act RID among others.
DIV_038: Xiphoid Dementia – Prison Of Hope LP
Our friend and colleague in the northwest, fresh off his split with Bastard Noise harshes out your palette with half a dozen tracks of rich industrial soundwork. Here, Xiphoid Dementia really makes skillful use of more rhythmic elements than his previous …

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