Antimony’s black metal is a combination of the progressive, atmospheric, and melodic styles. These are mixed together to produce lengthy songs that describe a journey into existential dread. The promo blurb states that it’s reminiscent of Moonsorrow, Mgła, and Drudkh, and this should give an appropriate starting reference for the style you’ll find on Ending. Continue reading “Antimony – Ending (Review)”
Here we have 42 minutes of atmospheric black metal in the vein of the 90s second wave. The promo blurb mentions bands such as Darkthrone, Mayhem, Burzum, Drudkh, and Windir, and these influences are well-represented Continue reading “Fuath – II (Review)”
Featuring members of Drudkh, this is Windswept’s follow up to 2017’s The Great Cold Steppe. Continue reading “Windswept – The Onlooker (Review)”
At this stage in their careers Drudkh are very well thought of, (for damn good reason), and very good at Continue reading “Drudkh – Їм часто сниться капіж – They Often See Dreams About the Spring (Review)”
Created by the same talented individuals behind Drudkh, Windswept play black metal that’s harsh and raw, channelling the elemental power of nature into their chosen musical style. Continue reading “Windswept – The Great Cold Steppe (Review)”
This is a double-album release consisting of two different parts. The first is named The Sap That Feeds Us and the second is named La Montaña.
The Sap That Feeds Us is pagan/folk black metal that should find fans in any that favour the work of Dissection, Primordial, Agalloch and Drudkh.
I like the blackened Continue reading “Crystalmoors – The Mountain Will Forgive Us (Review)”