Heavy Metal Black Friday 2015 Deals Revealed
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It's almost Black Friday again (which for many stores has essentially just become "Black Month" as the sales start earlier and employees are expected to work all Thanksgiving) and you might not think that matters to metalheads, but many of the labels actually jump on that bandwagon.
Best of all - you don't have to go to a store at four in the morning to get these deals.
The holiday / Thanksgiving / Christmas sales are already ramping up through the various online distros, so if you're looking for new music on a budget, these heavy metal Black Friday deals will help you find new tunes.
This is just the start though, so check back in each day as we add in more deals.
Specifically look for Amazon to launch something big soon, as that online juggernaut usually does $5 albums that rotate out each day. If you know of any metal sales that aren't listed below, be sure to leave a comment and we'll get it added.
And it's here - the Amazon $5 digital album sale arrives! Grab digital copies of music from Megadeth, Rage Against The Machine, Veil of Maya, Slayer, and more in rotating deals on full-length albums.
Most of the stock on the Nuclear Blast America shop - CDs, vinyl, shirts, etc. - are on sale for the "Blackest Friday," up to 45% off.
The Razorback Records webstore is offering 25% off your order if you buy at least $10 worth of music through November 30th.
The Thanksgiving Week Sale is now going at the Facedown Records web store with albums on sale for as little as $1.
Bullet Tooth is offering vinyl bundles on discount, ranging from $15 - $50 and featuring music from Earth Crisis, Memphis May Fire, Ritual, and more.
The Omega Order is offering 25% off a large selection of death metal, gore grind, and grindcore discs this week.
Comatose Music has an ongoing sale where you get a free CD of $10 or less if you buy three CDs totaling $30 - the deal stacks too, so you can get two free CDs at $60 and three free CDs at $90.
Sevared Records has a sale going all week in celebration of Black Friday where orders are 20% off with coupon code "BLACKFRIDAY." Your order will also include a free 21 track compilation.
The Earache Christmas sale has already begun and features big discounts on CDs, vinyl, t-shirts, and band patches covering a wide range of bands from At The Gates to Woods Of Ypres.
Rather than offering a discount on the music itself, Divebomb Records is discounting the shipping, offering 1 cent shipping and handling if you buy any combination of at least six CDs.
Also going for a shipping deal, Agonia Records is offering half off shipping on all orders through the end of November.
For you Rob Zombie fanatics, the director/musician is offering 20% off anything on his online store with the coupon code "EARLY20."
Starting Wednesday, November 25 at 9PM, all items (excluding pre-orders) at the Relapse web store are 25% off until Sunday, Nov 29 at 11:59pm EST.
Beginning Friday at midnight and running through November 29, the Deathwish store will not only have big discounts on most items, but you can also get 21% off everything that isn't a pre-order with coupon code "BLACKFRIDAY2015."
Mascot Label Group is offering 20% off these select items using coupon code "USMASCOT2015" (including albums from Teramaze, Counting Days, Ajen Lucassen and more).
The Solid State Records Black Friday sale runs through November 30th and features 2.99 digital albums and 50% off select physical releases.
If you didn't see anything in the previous offerings that got you excited, be sure to head over to the SelfMadeGod Records website and use coupon code "BLACKFRIDAY" today only - Friday the 27th - to get 15% off everything, and they've got a huge list of titles ranging from black metal to power metal to grindcore and more.
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