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Founded1997 (1997)
FounderILIOS, Dimitris Kariofilis
  • Electronic music
  • Noise music
  • Classical music
  • Drone music
Country of originGreece

Antifrost[1] is an independent record label whose output blends experimental electronica, drone, chamber music, pop, and noise music. Based in Athens,[2] Greece,it was founded by Greek artist ILIOS in Barcelona, Spain in 1997. It has since released more than 75 albums working with artists from all over the world. First release of the label was "Encyclopedia" by ILIOS in 1997 and by the end of the 2000s a large group of renown sound artists had albums released on Antifrost: Francisco Lopez (Spain), Sachiko M (Japan), Daniel Menche (USA), Zbigniew Karkowski, (Poland), Lasse Marhaug (Norway) among others. The last 10 years, the label's output gravitates around the Greek chamber doom formation "MMMD" aka "Mohammad" whose members are ILIOS and Nikos Veliotis (formerly also Coti K)

In 2006, Joe Colley's "Psychic Stress Soundtracks" release on Antifrost, won an Award of Distinction at the 2006 Prix Ars Electronica in Digital Music. MMMD's soundtrack for the 2017 medieval horror film Hagazussa[3] received various nominations.

Selected Discography[4] Year Artist Title Format
afro9601 1997 ILIOS Encyclopedia CD
afro2007 2000 Sachiko M Detect mini CD
afro2014 2002 V.Artists Suffer Enjoy CD
afro2016 2003 Daniel Menche Invoker CD
afro2021 2004 Lasse Marhaug Anla Courtis North & South Neutrino CD
afro2037 2006 Francisco Lopez ILIOS Hysechasterion CD
afro2038 2006 ILIOS Love is My Motor CD
afro2046 2011 Leif Elggren We Are Born to be Angels cassette
afro2051/2 2011 Mohammad Spiriti 3LP box
afro2062 2013 Nikos Veliotis Folklor Invalid CD
afro2067/8 2015 Mohammad Segonde Saleco[5] LP/CD
afro2070 2015 Mohammad Som Sakrifis CD
afro2071/3 2016 MMMD Pekisyon Funebri 3x10" box / CD
afro2077 2018 MMMD Hagazussa[6] LP


  1. "Official website". Retrieved 14 June 2020.
  2. "Greek record companies". Rate Your Music. Retrieved 14 March 2019.
  3. "Fact Magazine News". Retrieved 19 July 2018.
  4. "Discogs".
  5. "Mohammad finish their musical Mediterranean exposé with new album Segondè Saleco". Tiny Mix Tapes. Retrieved 18 May 2015.
  6. "New Antifrost release: MMMD - Hagazussa/ A Heathen's Curse". Echoes And Dust. 11 September 2018. Retrieved 11 September 2018.

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