I’ve been willingly following Narbeleth’s work for a few years now, starting with 2014’s A Hatred Manifesto and then with 2015’s Through Blackness, and Remote Places. There’s just something so pleasingly atavistic, raw, Continue reading
Here we have over 65 minutes of traditional, raw, underground black metal, with frosted riffs and grim melodies. Continue reading
With an album cover that screams old-school death metal to me, this is actually equally old-school black metal, raw and cold. Continue reading
This is grim, occult black metal, forged from an old-school perspective and unleashed on the world with fire and venom. Continue reading
This is old-school black metal with plenty of groovy mid-paced sections that drip filth everywhere and generally make a mess all over everything they touch. Continue reading
Mordant play a hybrid black/death style that takes influence from the Swedish melodic scene. Continue reading
I really enjoyed this band’s 2016 split with Minenwerfer, so thought it was time to catch up with their 2015 full-length album Eschatology of War.
With a World War I theme, Eschatology of War is a heavy, martial beast that relentlessly marches forwards overcoming all opposition with strength of numbers and a formidable will. Continue reading