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Emkog Records is a label based in Maryland, USA. Bands include Deluge Grander, Birds and Buildings, All Over Everywhere, Cerebus Effect, and Elevator Machine Room.
Releases on file (7)
Deluge Grander — August in the Urals Deluge Grander — August in the Urals
(Emkog Records 001, 2006, CD)
Birds and Buildings — Bantam to Behemoth Birds and Buildings — Bantam to Behemoth
(Emkog Records 002, 2008, CD)
Deluge Grander — The Form of the Good Deluge Grander — The Form of the Good
(Emkog Records 004, 2009, CD)
All Over Everywhere — Inner Firmaments Decay All Over Everywhere — Inner Firmaments Decay
(Emkog Records 010, 2010, CD)
Birds and Buildings — Multipurpose Trap Birds and Buildings — Multipurpose Trap
(Emkog Records 005, 2013, CD)
Deluge Grander — Heliotians Deluge Grander — Heliotians
(Emkog Records 007, 2014, LP+CD)
Deluge Grander — Oceanarium Deluge Grander — Oceanarium
(Emkog Records 007, 2017, CD)

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