I really liked 2016’s The Reign of the Infernal King; the band’s fiery black metal left lasting marks. A new album feels overdue, so it’s with great anticipation that we turn to Usurpation of the Seven and its 38 minutes of dark blackened mayhem. Continue reading “Ars Veneficium – Usurpation of the Seven (Review)”
It’s so hard to dislike something like this.
Here we have 22 minutes of cold, Continue reading “Antzaat – The Black Hand of the Father (Review)”
This is a release full of fast-paced blasphemy and hatred. Ars Veneficium play fiery black metal that’s mean-spirited and true to its Satanic legacy. Continue reading “Ars Veneficium – The Reign of the Infernal King (Review)”