I was very happy to wake up this morning and see this in my inbox. Gnaw Their Tongues needs no introduction - what Mories does, and has been doing rather creatively and effectively for years, is well documented. If you're not familiar with Demonologists, then there is probably no better way to get acquainted than by picking up this split album from two of the more extreme and diverse artists that I'm familiar with. No doubt, this split will ruin your life, as neither of these artists ever fail to deliver. This looks to be a real nice package, and is available now from Desire Records.
The album cover you see above is that of an album of unreleased Gnaw Their Tongues material from 2008 and 2009, and is called Eschatological Scatology. It is now available as a (high quality) download only, complete with a PDF of the artwork if you'd like to make your own CDr and put it in a sleeve. This leans more towards the black metal side of the GTT sound, and it is quite good. Get it here. While you're at that Bancamp page, feel free to browse through all the material there, as it includes stuff from all of Mories's projects - GTT, Aderlating, De Magia Veterum, and others. Pretty much all of it is good, so you can't go wrong. If you're a rabid collector of his work, this is the place to go. And yes, there is some free stuff their to check out.
Lastly, this split 10' from a couple months ago. It honestly took me a while to get into, and I'm not exactly sure why. The material presented here is definitely high quality, so I have to assume the problem was probably myself and not the music. Corephallism is the solo project of Boston, MA sound artist Shane Michael Broderick, who is probably most known for his work in the extreme noise outfit Twodeadsluts Onegoodfuck (which is work you should definitely check out - the self titled LP was in the works for a long time, and the final product was well worth the wait - very depraved, and very, very good). Shane's website is Lascivious Aesthetics, and you can get all the info you need on getting this split as well as other pertinent info there. Two sound samples are presented below. Get on this, the 10" is only $14, and that would be worth paying for the artwork alone.