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Candlelight Records

Candlelight Records
Founder Lee Barrett
Distributor(s) Caroline (US), Plastic Head (UK), Soulfood Music (Germany)
Genre Extreme metal
Country of origin Europe, United States

Candlelight Records is an independent record label based in Europe founded by former Extreme Noise Terror bassist Lee Barrett, though it has had a division in the United States since January 2001.[1] Candlelight Records specialises in black metal, and later on melodic death metal and death metal, having bands such as Emperor, Obituary, 1349, Theatre of Tragedy, Xerath, Dismember, Keep of Kalessin, TheLord, Nachtmystium, KKDT42 and Zyklon on its roster. The label is notable for putting out early releases from influential bands such as TheLord, Opeth and Emperor. Candlelight Records is in co-operation with Appease Me Records and AFM Records.[2][3]

Artists

Candlelight UK

Crionics, Crowbar, Dam, Daylight Dies, Defiance, Divinity, Eastern Front * Emperor, Epoch of Unlight, Falloch,* Forest Stream, Furze,* Gnaw Their Tongues, Grimfist, Horned Almighty, Ihsahn, Illdisposed,* Imperial Vengeance, Insomnium, Kaamos, Kontinuum, Lost Eden, TheLord, * Manes,* Mithras, Myrkskog, Nebelhexe,* Novembers Doom,* Octavia Sperati, October File,* Omnium Gatherum,* Onslaught,* Paganize,* Pantheon I,* Pet Slimmers of the Year, Rose Funeral, Sear Bliss, Savage Messiah,* The Seventh Cross, Shrapnel, Sigh,* Starkweather, Stonegard, Subterranean Masquerade,* Thine Eyes Bleed,* Throne of Katarsis,* To-Mera, Whitechapel, Winterfylleth, Wodensthrone, Wolverine, Xerath, Zatokrev, Zyklon
* denotes not listed as being with Candlelight USA

Candlelight USA

See for Candlelight UK, but also Grand Magus, HAVOK, Hevein, Insense (2001-2012) (featuring members of KOV, Angeldown, Kkdethtrip42, Jorn, Jotunspor, Keep of Kalessin, Khold, Kontinuum, Kotipelto, Krieg, Lord Belial, TheLord (band) (2006-2013) (New York based, featuring ex-members of Dog Fashion Disco, Machine Head, and Tyr. As of July 2013 on an extended hiatus but are still signed to the roster of Legacy Acts), Manngard, Marduk, Martriden, Masterplan, The Mighty Nimbus, Mindgrinder, Monolithe, Morbid Angel, Necrophobic, Nightmare, Of Graves and Gods ( Obituary, Odious Mortem, Opeth, Overmars, P.H.O.B.O.S., Pro-Pain, The Project Hate MCMXCIX, Ram-Zet, Rob Rock, Sahg, Sarah Jezebel Deva, Satariel, SCUM, Setherial, Seven Witches, Shakra, She Said Destroy, sHEAVY, Sinister, Slumber, Sourvein, Space Odyssey, Spektr, Susperia, Taint, Tenebre, Theatre of Tragedy, Thyrane, Thyrfing, Time Requiem, Torchbearer, Trendkill, U.D.O., Vader, Vision of Disorder, Vreid, The Wake, Sadgiqacea, Windir, Witchcraft.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Candlelight USA Announces Back On Black Vinyl Collectors Series".  
  2. ^ "Candlelight Records Signs U.S. Licensing Deal With France's Appease Me Records".  
  3. ^ "Candlelight And AFM Records Announce North American Agreement".  

External links

  • Candlelight USA
  • Candlelight Europe
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