Farewell Diminished Fifth Records

Dartmouth metal label is donezo

After nine years and 27 album releases, boutique metal label Diminished Fifth Records is closing up shop. Voted Best Record Label in Halifax by Coast readers five consecutive years, Diminished Fifth's departure from the scene marks the end of an era for Halifax's metal community as owner/operator Josh Hogan looks forward to bigger and beardier things.

If you're looking for a face-melting fix before the final farewell, you're in luck. All of D5R's releases are on clearance, with CDs on sale for $5 and digital downloads for $3.

When you're through with stockpiling discount metal, alleviate any buyer's remorse with this tune from D5R darlings Death Valley Driver.

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