Galy Records

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Galy Records
Galy Records Logo.jpeg
Founded2002
FounderEric Galy
StatusActive
Distributor(s)F.A.B.
Genre Extreme metal
Country of origin Canada
Location Verdun, Quebec
Official website www.galyrecords.com

Galy Records is a Canadian independent record label based in Verdun, Quebec, founded by Eric Galy in 2002. [1] [2] The label includes albums released for bands such as Dead Brain Cells, Neuraxis, Despised Icon, Gorguts, Unexpect, Infernäl Mäjesty, Anvil, Beneath the Massacre, Coprofago, Ion Dissonance, Martyr, Anonymus, Fuck the Facts and Infected Malignity.

Contents

Catalog

YearNo.ArtistTitle
1  
20022 Dead Brain Cells Unreleased
3GhoulunaticsMystralengine
4UnquintessenceRuined
5 Neuraxis Truth Beyond...
6 Despised Icon Consumed by Your Poison
7various artistsTrois-Rivières MetalFest 2002
20038Blinded by FaithUnder an Occult Sun
9various artistsGaly Records 2003 Sampler
10 Gorguts ...And Then Comes Lividity / Demo Anthology
11FateOdyssey
12Descend into NothingnessDarkened Reality
13various artistsTrois-Rivières MetalFest 2003
14 Unexpect WE, Invaders
15EradykateRektaliation
200416Magister DixitInfernal Martyrism
17NeuraxisImagery / A Passage into Forlorn
18 Infernäl Mäjesty One Who Points to Death
19GhoulunaticsSabacthany
20GhoulunaticsIt's a Live!
21 Anvil Back to Basics
22BloodshoteyeWithout Any Remorse
200523various artistsGaly Records – Sampler Vol. 2
200424HorfixionSelf Inflicted Hell
25various artistsTrois-Rivières MetalFest 2004
26AuguryConcealed
27Torn WithinAllied with Bitterness
28DisphoriaSleep and Fly Away... You'll Be Tortured Forever
29AnhkrehgAgainst You All...
30SoulscarVictim Impact Statement
31Eclipse EternalReign of the Unholy Blackened Empire
200532GhoulunaticsBlood Curdling Years
33 Beneath the Massacre Evidence of Inequity
34Camilla RhodesLike the Word Love on the Lips of a Harlot
35VortexImminence of Death
36various artistsTrois-Rivières MetalFest 2005
200637Blinded by FaithVeiled Hideousness
38 Coprofago Unorthodox Creative Criteria
39Shades of DuskCaress the Despair
40BloodshoteyeAn Unrelenting Assault
41ShaolinGaining Freedom at the Expense of Virtue
42AthereticApocalyptic Nature Fury
43QuillsQuills
44 Ion Dissonance / Despised IconDemos 2002 & 2004 (split)
45SoulscarEndgame
46GhoulunaticsCryogénie
200747ReanimatorThrashin' the Neighborhood
200648 Martyr Feeding the Abscess
49 Anonymus Chapter Chaos Begins
50various artistsTrois-Rivières MetalFest 2006
200751Blinded by FaithImperial Collapse – Live in Quebec City (DVD)
52Blinded by FaithImperial Collapse – Live in Quebec City
53SoothsayerTo Be a Real Terrorist
54 Fuck the Facts Collection of Splits 2002-2004
55Blinded by FaithWeapons of Mass Distraction
56The TruckersGet Rich or Drive Trying
57CovenanceThe Wasting
58Point Blank RageSound of Resistance
59Infected MalignityRe:Bel
60L'Esprit du ClanChapitre III: Corpus Delicti
61NeuraxisLive Progression
62various artistsTrois-Rivières MetalFest 2007
200863MartyrHavoc in Quebec City (DVD)
64GhoulunaticsThe Beast of 1994–2008
65The Last FelonyAeon of Suffering
66various artistsTrois-Rivières MetalFest 2008
200967VaticanShotgun Evangelium
68ReanimatorIgnorance Is No Excuse
69various artistsTrois-Rivières MetalFest 2009
201070VortexEnemies
71various artistsTrois-Rivières MetalFest 2010
201172Apocalyptic FearDawn Of The Ritual
73Unbreakable HatredTotal Chaos
74????
75RiotorFucking Metal + Death and Destruction
 All albums were released on Compact Disc (CD) format, except where noted;
 "—" denotes unassigned catalog numbers

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