Wormholedeath is a record label, publishing and film production company born in 2008. The label is distributed worldwide by AURAL MUSIC GROUP, its publishing division is administered by WARNER / CHAPPELL MUSIC HOLLAND BV (Warner Music Group) through a worldwide deal, and digital distribution / marketing is managed by the american corporation THE ORCHARD INC (Sony Music Ent.) worldwide.
Among many critically acclaimed releases (more than 260 albums) WHD signed bands such as Aeternitas, Areis, Temtris, Bleed Someone Dry, The Way Of Purity, The Shiver, Irdorath, Sarea, Phaze I (Featuring Soilwork/Megadeth Drummer Dirk Verbeuren) and discovered successful newcomers like Mechanical God Creation, Crysalys, Chugger, Shadowdream, Astray Valley, Lamori, Final Coil, among the others.
During the year 2010 WHD produced the new film from fetish queen SUSI MEDUSA GOTTARDI (Private / Showtime) called “A passage through the purity of pain”.
Publishing artists include Cadaveria (Scarlet Records/Season Of Mist), Devilish Impressions (Lifeforce Records), Flames At Sunrise to name a few. Furthermore the label signed japanese legends Youthquake (Featuring X-Japan Members) and important deals were inked in Japan with labels such as Shinko Music Group, Rubicon Music, Media Factory during these years. These deals led WHD to open its office in Tokyo / Japan operated by label manager Masahiko Kishimoto. During 2015 Wormholedeath inked a deal with norwegian label manager Thomas Hansen (known for being the guitar player of cult black metal band Ragnarok) to start its nordic office in Fredrikstad (Norway). During 2020 the label expaded operation in Usa with its own office in Los Angeles, South America (Hellion Records) and Australia (MGM/The Planet Company).
Wormholedeath is owner of OPERA CORE which pioneered the “Opera Core” sound imprint through its successful vision.
Wormholedeath is mainly focused on Modern Metal, Hard Rock, Hardcore, Mainstream / alternative metal, Black Metal, Industrial and Heavy Rock but we release everything beautiful, no matter what’s the genre. See more