Black Ivory Tower #1 – Interbellum, available now

IMPORTANT UPDATE: As of 17/09/2014, the magazine is sold out. You can still get it from other sources. Read this post for more information.

Finally, after many hours of hard work, the first physical edition of Black Ivory Tower is available. Subtitled Interbellum, this publication links the finest music of our time to the troubles associated with the era we live in. The magazine is printed professionally on A4, and contains 60 pages (including front and back covers) of high-quality material, complete with a carefully selected set of both colour and black-and-white pictures referencing history, nature and culture. Interbellum is limited to 100 hand-numbered copies.

BITdozen

Please see this post for more information on the content of the magazine, as well as more pictures and several fragments of the exclusive content.

If you would like to order, send an e-mail to blackivorytower[AT]gmail[DOT]com, including your address and the number of copies you would like to have.  If you are interested in wholesale, let me know because the conditions vary per country. UPDATE: Due to a limited number of remaining copies, I can no longer respond to wholesale orders.

BITblad

The costs for the magazine itself are €6. However, shipping costs of course vary drastically per region:

Holland – €2,50 shipping costs. Payment methods: Paypal or Bank transfer.

EU(SSR) – €5 shipping costs. Payment method: Paypal

Rest of the world – Regular shipping costs are €5 as well, but for some countries I would recommend registered shipping, which amounts to €16. You know the reliability of your country’s mail system better than I do, so I leave it up to you which method you select. Mind that choosing regular shipping means you are taking the risk. Payment method: Paypal; direct bank transfer available for Ukraine.

If you have any other questions or comments, contact me on the e-mail address mentioned above, or via our Facebook page.

BITkruisvaarder

5 thoughts on “Black Ivory Tower #1 – Interbellum, available now

  1. Pingback: Zhaoze's Unique Post-Rock with Classical Chinese Instrumentation Reveals The Majesty of The Swamp | LURKER

  2. Got this in the mail last week and I still haven’t finished reading it. Odd thing is that my favourite reviews might be those of the non-metal records.

    • Didn’t say ‘neo’folk or ‘dark’ ambient though. ;) Actual folk music (Scottish and Irish mostly) is what I grew up with. Now I’m exploring Eastern European folk music a bit more, mostly bands such as Stary Olsa and Horyn, which have little to no connection with any modern music scene. This might be interesting as I actually know more about this music technically than I do about metal/rock. I can hear if a bagpipe player is good or bad from a mile away.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s