Nov 142020

This year we have a really cool Christmas CD for everyone that participates in our year end sale. This year we take you on a long Winter’s Journey through this past year and end by taking you in to the new year. On this limited edition disc you get two new exclusive Christmas tunes, 4 new tracks from Roxx Records, 4 new tracks from No Life Til Metal Records, 3 new tracks from artists over at Christian Metal Distro AND it ends with three brand spankin new previously unreleased tracks to get you ready for 2021!

First up the lead off Christmas track is a brand new tune from Roxx Records recording artist AfterWinter called ‘Under Fire’ don’t let that title fool you, this is a straight up Christmas tune in the vein of classic Trans Siberian Orchestra. We are excited to be able to share with you the brand new Lux Video production of ‘Under Fire’ just in time for the Christmas holiday!

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Nov 182018

BLACK FRIDAY is upon us…

Roxx Records and No Life Til Metal Records 50% off EVERYTHING for the first 24 hours only! Starting Friday after Thanksgiving at midnight EST and ending Saturday at midnight EST firm! Then the sale continues at 35% off for the rest of the weekend!

Christian Metal Distro will be 35 % off for the whole 3 day weekend!!!!! Continue reading »

Consecrator – “Image of Deception”

 Posted by on September 16, 2017 at 13:57  No Responses »
Sep 162017

The 1990’s saw a lot of good bands come and go, often with some great material seemingly lost.  No Life Til Metal has digitally remastered Image of Deception from the thrash band Consecrator and on it is not only the Image of Deception  release from 1992 but also some earlier demo tracks and a previously unreleased track from 2005.

Hailing from Texas, Consecrator formed in 1989 and by 1990 had recorded their first, self-titled demo, which incidentally took one day.  The demo was well received but the band underwent some lineup changes and took until 1991 to record “Free from Death” and send it to REX Records who ultimately released it on the Demolition compilation cd.  While the band continued to play live, they never could secure a record deal and after recording Image of Deception and enduring more lineup changes, the band went their separate ways in 1993.  Fast forward to 2004 and Bombworks Records remastered and released Consecrator’s old demos and Image of Deception in one limited run of 300 copies on cd.  Now 13 years later, No Life Til Metal and Roxx Records are releasing a digitally remastered version of this classic and as a bonus have included a previously unreleased track from 2005. Continue reading »