- TAKAFUMI MATSUBARA - Strange Beautiful And Fast CD
- NASUM - Recycle T-SHIRT
- HYPERDONTIA - A Vessel Forlom T-SHIRT
- GRAVEYARD - Hold Back The Dawn CD
- NASUM - I Hate People BUTTON
- TAKAFUMI MATSUBARA - Strange Beautiful And Fast BUNDLE (CD+T-SHIRT)
- ASPHALT GRAVES - The New Primitive CD
- NASUM - Logo ORIGINAL CUFFED BEANIE (B45)
- NASUM - Helvete T-SHIRT
- VACANT COFFIN - Sewer Skullpture CD
Forward to year 2009, comes one of the most recognizable Gore / Horror Death Metal butchers BONE GNAWER, featuring some of the most elite musicians in the industry. With Death Metal icon Kam Lee (Massacre / ex-Denial Fiend / ex-Mantas/Death) serving up some of his trademark growls and along with his cannibal-comrades Rogga Johansson (Paganizer / Demiurg / Ribspreader, etc), Morgan Lie from Swedish Black Metal act Naglfar and Ronnie Bjornstrom (Ribspreader, Hate Ammo, etc), this superbly stunning debut album “Feast Of Flesh” captures all the vital ingredients of the catchy Floridian-styled (meat)hooks and yet possessing all the 90’s Swedish Death Metal groove and flair!
Also featuring legendary Horror-lord Killjoy of Necrophagia and Dopi from Machetazo contributing guest vocals on this sick debut!
Album cover artwork by Headsplit Design (Unearthed, Circle Of Dead Children, Whitechapel, etc) and digipak layout by Mark Riddick (Arsis, Hypocrisy, Kataklysm, etc). Mixed and mastered by Ronnie Bjornstrom at Enhanced Audio Productions, Sweden.
"A band comprised of members from Massacre, Paganizer, Ribspreader and Naglfar... BUY IT! This is a key Death Metal release for the year so far, and most likely for the year entire. It's awesome!" – Terrorizer Magazine
“Bone Gnawer slash through trends, and mercilessly massacre their competition in the old school Death Metal game by sounding deliberately and honestly vintage to the bone. Kam Lee’s undeniable pedigree, his massively memorable roar, and Rogga Johansson’s slice ‘n dice riffing style combine in sickening disharmony to unleash a fetid Death Metal Feast Of Flesh!!” – Zero Tolerance Magazine