Digital ‎– Niagra / Down Under

Metalheadz ‎– MET H 021
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A Niagra
AA Down Under

Companies, etc.


  • Mastered ByJA*


A Natural Mystic Production

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): METH 021 A-1-1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): JA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA Runout, stamped): METH 021 AA-1-1-1

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
METH021X Digital Niagra / Down Under (2017 Remaster)(2xFile, WAV, RE, RM) Metalheadz METH021X UK 2017
METH 021 Digital Down Under / Niagra(12", TP) Metalheadz METH 021 UK 1996 Sell This Version
METH021D Digital Niagra / Down Under(2xFile, WAV, RE) Metalheadz METH021D UK Unknown
METH 021 Digital Down Under / Niagra(12", Promo) Metalheadz METH 021 UK 1996 Sell This Version


Reviews Show All 3 Reviews

Add Review



May 5, 2020
for those that don't know which track is which:

the side with the amen breaks = down under
the other side = niagra

how do i know? check out the uploads by metalheadz themselves on youtube and bandcamp of these tracks. mystery solved.


April 25, 2017
Beg to differ with the comment below, its all about the non-amen side (whichever name corresponds to it - no one seems to know) for me. While the breaks are minimal and slightly disorientating if listened to without good subs, the bassline on this tune is absolutely killer and really addictive, far better ambience/background sounds than the other side too imo. Funnily enough theres another error on the promo copy i got which lists digital as a photek alias :')


May 1, 2016
Some confusion about which is the A-side and the B-side. Considering the label states the logo side is the A-side (with 'Niagra', which incidentally, is also spelt wrong) and that it a is steady, but rather dull stepper, I think it's likely there was a fuck up somewhere (not unprecedented: I remember one metalheadz 12" being marked 'Alex Reese' rather than 'Alex Reece.) But anyway, this is all pedantry. 'Down Under' (the AA) is where it's at. Skittering drums in in the intro then lurch into an amen of such heft that it sounds like a million cricket balls hitting a million frying pans. Or something. One of the best iterations of the amen I've come across.