This is the sixth album from French solo black metal act Esoctrilihum.
Dy’th Requiem for the Serpent Telepath offers up an individual take on extreme metal. It mixes a textured interpretation of black metal with elements of death and doom metal, to produce music that’s majestic, symphonic, eccentric, and steeped in rich atmosphere. It does this over a colossal 79 minutes, so prepare yourself for the long haul. Continue reading “Esoctrilihum – Dy’th Requiem for the Serpent Telepath (Review)”