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    Yes, we are shipping during the COVID-19 pandemic. Like many other businesses we are operating under reduced staff hours. 

    Nowflensing is the home of The Flenser record label. We also distribute a small number of releases by other labels.

    If your order includes a pre-order item, the entire order will be shipped when the pre-ordered item is ready.

    If your order does not include a pre-order item and you still need help, please get in touch by emailing info@nowflensing.com 

    Please include your order number when emailing.

    Usually we get this question with either Have a Nice Life’s “Deathconsciouness” DLP+Book or Giles Corey's self-titled record. Both are extremely heavy albums that come with books and this raises the shipping cost. 

    The cost of shipping is just that, the cost of shipping. We do not make a profit on shipping fees. 

    If you’re in Europe you can also order from our friends in France at Deathwish EU/Throatruiner. They offer most of our catalog, including many limited edition variants and pre-orders for new releases.

    All copies of Have a Nice Life's "Deathconsciousness" vinyl are suppose to come with the book.

    If you still need to buy a copy of the book you can do so here.

    If you order the vinyl from us you don't need to also order the book.

    The Flenser Record Label

    The Flenser is a dark experimental record label from San Francisco, California USA.

    The Flenser started as a metal label, but has since evolved to work with many adjacent genres.

    Some of the artists we have worked with include Have a Nice Life, Street Sects, Wreck and Reference, All Your Sisters, Bosse-de-Nage, among many others. 

    Nowflensing is the home of The Flenser, but we also distribute a small number of releases by other labels. 

    Please contact Terrorbird media:

    syncteam@terrorbird.com

    We are exclusively distributed by Revolver USA.


    CARGO UK also carries many of our releases.

    We are not currently accepting unsolicited demo submissions. 

    Our suggestion is to work on creating a project with a fanbase.

    Play cool shows with cool people.

    Connect with the artists you admire. Send your music to the artists you admire. Involve yourself with a local scene.

    If there isn't one, find one nearby. If bands don't come to your town start putting on local shows and bring touring bands to your area. 

    Tour out of your area (not during COVID). When we look at prospective artists we are especially interested in a band's touring history.

    Create a special unique aesthetic. Create music that does not sound like anything else. Have a unified visual aesthetic.

    Take risks. Don't follow trends.