Shadow Kingdom Buys Out PsycheDOOMelic Records
Heavy metal and hard rock label/distro Shadow Kingdom Records, home to the likes of Manilla Road, Altar Of Oblivion, Corsair and more, has bought out Austria's PsycheDOOMelic Records and will be offering the label's remaining stock on the Shadow Kingdom Records Online Store. The owners of both labels commented on the takeover:
"Dear Friends, Bands, Supporters of the label and store, I wanted to thank you for all the years of support. It has truly been a blessing to have all of your support to fund my passion. I've taken a new job recently and with that new job and responsibility, I've decided to retire the label and store. Our friends over at Shadow Kingdom Records has made an offer to buy out psycheDOOMelic Records in an effort to give you a new safe home to buy records.
"Shadow Kingdom Records offers the very best prices and service and even with the higher shipping costs, the Euro to Dollar conversion rate will offset the difference. With that, I would like to encourage all of you to support Shadow Kingdom Records because they are not only the very best online classic heavy metal store (that also specializes in DOOM) in the world, they also have a great record label as well. Thank you very much and all the best" - Márk
"Friends, It's a great honor to buy out the great psycheDOOMelic Records. Mark has over the years created a great label and he's been an honest record dealer for over the past 10 years. As of right now the psycheDOOMelic STORE is now closed. We're working on importing some stock over here and please bear with us because that's going to take a while to sort out and add to the SKR STORE.
"Please feel free to take a look at the SKR STORE. The main page is just a preview of the newest stock added and the restocks. Once you dive into the rest of the store, there's thousands of heavy metal items - with a lot of hard to find stuff in there as well. If you have any questions/concerns, please reach out to the mail order team or myself. Thanks" - Tim
Shadow Kingdom Records started in 2004 as a store and small distribution channel. In 2006, a test label was created under a different moniker until 2007. SKR was inspired by and paying tribute to Robert E Howard.
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