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Remember when I said Australian raw black kills? Also dedicated to the memory of Lasse of the mighty Skjold. Rest In Power. Sounds like: HYPE. I mean, just listen to this thing. In an era where it seems more obvious by the day that bands are just throwing any old guitar-based musical style into the mix, playing it on a reverb drenched or ear-splittingly distorted potato and dubbing it raw black metal, Australian Lepidus Plague is out here doing whatever the fuck he wants and making it seem 1.

This would easily, by far and away, have been my split of the year. If not for…. Sounds like: the best collaborative effort this year could possibly have produced. Thirteen years in the making! Every time I listen to the fifteen!! No other split on the list gives me this feeling; very few other releases I heard this year do eeither.

Considered together, SamaeLilith: A Conjunction of the Fireborn is a towering monolith raised on four pillars of unwavering, indestructible strength to tear the firmament asunder. An immense, sprawling monument that should not — CAN not — be ignored. Split of the year. At a cursory glance, Metal Archives has full-length black metal albums logged as being released last year.

Of those, I probably only checked out around a thousand, tops. So remember: this is in no way a definitive list. These are just the records that tickled my own personal blasphemy glands juuuust right. There are records that immediately blew my mind number 92 , number 2, number 8 , records that crept up over time to become firm favourites number 31 , expected hypebeasts number 4 and records that deserve FAR more attention 59 , There were things of beauty 58 , 24 and ugliness 49 , There are records that I fell asleep to almost every night since they were released number 3 , thrilling new discoveries 95 , old masters making a triumphant return 6 … and in the case of number ONE , records that unleashed their black irradiant glories extremely late in the year yet annihilated everything else that had come before.

If any of the album titles are highlighted, clicking that will take you to our coverage of the album reviews, premieres, interviews and all that good stuff. Have at it, Listcrush is finally done for another year. THIS is, hands down, the best black metal album of the year for me. Listen to it. Hail Abigor. Ultimate respect to all artists, labels, writers and supporters of the black arts.

You are all lords. Like Black Metal Daily on Facebook for more cult sounds and tonal blasphemy. Finally, Part Two of my Listcrush series materializes. As before, every single one of these comes with my highest recommendations, even the near misses, so be sure to check them out. Stay tuned for the final part in the coming days. The two tracks of glorious, grandiloquent evil from the master Fog of Inferno Requiem led me to this split, where I discovered the more somber and synth laden darkness of Czarnobog.

Still love the IR side a little more, but both are great stuff. One of the deepest conceptual splits of the year probably equal with number two on this list, but in a completely different way is also noteworthy as having the unchallenged best cover art for Just look at it… and the music itself is as ambitious and resonant as that art.

Challenging and immersive. Absolutely cannot get enough of this project. Two monolithic, sprawling, twenty-plus-minute long soundscapes of Icelandic gold. I, of course, wholeheartedly agree — read it. Guitars crash and soar as his rasp and roar summons sorrows, sharing the weight that lies heavy upon him, his tribulations and turmoil becoming our own because we recognize ourselves in what his sound is expressing.

We are on that rudderless boat, screaming at the world, and nobody can hear it. Luckily, those sheets remain pristine. Entomb yourself in deep catacombs for years. Arise and wander the dank forgotten halls forlorn. Scratch your way to the surface, feeding on the blood of any living thing you can find on the way… then reach the air, and rule the night forever. A double helping of calls to ancient earthen blood from two old Australian spirits, beautifully entwined into a single harmonious and bewitching whole.

Only one way to describe this split: pure magick. One of the first splits to make a big impact on me all the way back in the heady days of January, before the plague really took hold. Perhaps the release of this split even facillitated its spread? The shamanic black punk of Invunche placed back to back with Ifernach displaying a more raw punk version of his own sonic warfare results in a compelling experience.

This grew on me every time I put it on, and by the end of the year I fucking adored it. Will feature in my listening habits for a long time to come. One of those splits that creeps under your skin and stays there. Two of the premier names in contemporary raw black on one split?

Or you just appreciate different things, which is also fine. I guess. This split is the equivalent of being violently abducted and killed by a backpacker murderer Hinterkaifeck before your corpse is slowly dismembered and interred in a shallow grave somewhere deep in the tranquil Australian bushland Forest Temple then decomposes, rotting away beneath the cold, damp earth for seventeen years Burier. Let it always be remembered that was when two of the premier cosmic black metal entities of our current era combined their limitless powers — after November 18th, the very fabric of our universe was irrevocably altered by the ravenous black hole created by this split.

We will forever live in its terrifying shadow, on the cusp of being sucked in to total obliteration. Life will never be the same. Masterful, in every single sense imaginable. The most monolithic, imposing and expansive conceptual split released last year. We had to team up with Moshpitnation-mi to adequately review it.

And now, the champions. His side is sheer indomitable ferocity with a killer Celtic Frost cover whilst US spirit Valac perfectly complements and continues the fury, adding a devastating Leviathan cover to boot. In a year stacked with incredible splits, Eclipsing Honour and Decay was the irrefutable cream of the crop from two projects at the very top of their game.

So criminally good it should be illegal. Needless to say, every single one of these releases comes with my utmost recommendation, even the near misses. So without further blathering… Part One, covering the biggest short releases of the year that was. Stay tuned for parts 2 splits and 3 albums. I originally intended to write up a full review of this subtle Canadian gem, before the entirety of December completely fell to shit for me — so consider this my strong recommendation that you should immerse yourselves in the effortlessly stunning naturalistic black metal of this all-too-short debut, post-haste.

Yes, I am fairly distressed that I missed the tape of this. No, the tapes on Discogs do not ship to Australia. Yes, if you have one you should send me one. Hails in advance. When it comes to this sort of psychological torture, nobody else comes close. Celebrated their ten year anniversary of existence by ferociously expelling two standalone tracks that could each scour the flesh from your face in an instant.

One of those projects that hit me just at the right moment and it was all I listened to for a time. I slacked a bit and discovered it a few months after it dropped, but everything about this Norwegian demo struck the right chord with me as soon as it hit my ears — from the production, to the cover art, and naturally, the tracks themselves. Haunting and epic in equal measure. Will be watching very closely in future. Do it. Do iiiitttttt. Another masterpiece of rural hallucinatory dementia from the divisive Portuguese masters, summoning spirits to sever any last shred of your sanity.

The Danish black metal punks make good on the promise of their demo with a stunning set of four songs. Hostile and loathsome to the core; would likely stab you several times and spit on you as you lay bleeding. Listen at your own risk. An emotional, stirring EP from the most underappreciated raw Quebecois master out there, that I returned to whenever I needed to enflame my soul. Which, incidentally and perhaps unsurprisingly given what went on throughout the world, was often.

Also not even the best thing he released last year, believe it or not… spoiler alert for parts two and three. Everything is equally vain. Value only exists subjectively. Cosmos is an endless continuum of events, neither good nor bad, neither ethical nor immoral. Any sign, positive or negative, is the consequence of a subjective perspective.

By accepting this and by shaking off all external suggestions of how you should live or what you should chase after, of what is desirable and what should be avoided, of what is right or wrong, you unlock a path to better acquaintance with yourself and to living a life that will truly be satisfying to you and not the one you were told you should be. Cacophonic black gold that sounds as if a portal to all of your worst fears just opened up in your brain and sucked you into it, for eternity.

This was my introduction to the project back in January, and it remains one of my favourite discoveries of last year. Total maniacal death psychosis. This only dropped out of nowhere on December 26th, but it was all I listened to for days when it did — so it sneaks in here, and honestly should probably rank even higher. The impeccable Sir N does it again, enough said. In a word: superb. Valorous melodies meet frozen melancholia in a truly dazzling display of raw winter delirium.

Now, these final three releases are all remarkably close in ranking, and all extremely deserving of the number one spot. If you have even that slightest sliver of good taste I mentioned in the introduction, you need to hear this. Along with Leeches , this could have taken the number one spot. Released right at the screaming birth of yet never bettered for the duration, this Native American depressive project is — as the title of the first track suggests — four tracks of utterly flawless nocturnal magic.

Bewitching, ensnaring, memorable; I picked up the tape when it was released and proceeded to almost wear it out, listening to it more than anything else I picked up last year. The best demo of a killer crop reaped out of a miserable year, and nothing short of pure perfection. So, without further ado…. This year was the year I stuck my head into deep waters of the raw side of black metal, undoubtedly due in no small part to the unrelenting chaos of the world around us.

An album I reviewed quite recently , Winterlore earns its place on this list by being a thoroughly satisfying listen time after time. Instead, all the fun and drive of the riffier classics from the second wave think Immortal is competently refreshed for the modern day and sprinkled with a touch of epic scope. After all, when the riffs are this fun, why would you complain? A relatively straightforward melodic black release, Spectres from the Old World really shone for me with its replayability being one of its major assets.

Released right at the beginning of this hellspawned year, Between Land and Sky has been an ever-constant presence at the top of my AotY playlist right from its release. Described by many as pagany black metal in the vein of Havukruunu or Moonsorrow , the album may lay its foundations in that world, but develops and builds colossal heights that incorporate influences from beyond any one subgenre. The guitar work is excellent throughout, supported by very natural sounding drums and a variety of organic, subtle folk timbres.

Malist are unique. Billed as melodic black metal yet far more ambitious than just that, To Mantle the Rising Sun is a masterclass in creating an atmosphere across an album that sounds truly different to anything else. Sure, there are identifiable influences at play, but the way sole member Ovfrost combines and constructs songs makes a sound that is definitively this band and no one else. And how wrong I was. The album is, simply put, gorgeous.

The artwork is warm and hopeful, and a perfect mirror to the six songs contained within. Everything about this album seems purposeful, and intended to invoke a warm feeling of beauty; atmospheric-post-black-gaze has a new champion, and this is their dawn. Following on from their controversial acoustic effort in , this album showcases everything I love about the band. Kicking off the non-black metal section come Lorna Shore , who merge earth-shatteringly stupid deathcore breakdowns with… well, black metal.

A fun album. It also served as a springboard into so many other bands in the wider power metal genre, as I realised that I truly do love the cheese. This is by no means the perfect release. There are two intro tracks for some reason, an interlude, and a finale. Most of the songs top seven minutes, which is quite odd for big cheesy symphonic power. But when the songwriting and production is as good as this , you can forgive the excessive length.

There are some massive choruses throughout the album and the stellar vocals of Tommy Johansson portray the fantastical pirate world perfectly. Having loved previous album Tarot the best album of , I was initially quite lukewarm on Redneck Vikings From Hell. The band was leaning a bit more into the tongue-in-cheek aspects of their aesthetic, there were a couple of softer tracks, and closing with an 11 minute instrumental seemed… uh, bold. Another band following up on excellent previous albums, I saw a lot of online debate as to whether Unleash the Archers had indeed managed to do that with Abyss.

The attention to detail is staggering, and the result is deeply enjoyable to listen to. However, it is a surprisingly bottom-heavy album. Continuing the Hansi worship on this list, Judicator have received a lot of attention for their latest opus, Let There Be Nothing.

Furthermore, the title track and album closer has to go down as one of the songs of the year — that chorus is absolute weapons grade material. The riffs combine elements from technical death metal and similar areas seamlessly with the deathcore breakdowns; the harsh vocals are solid and well deployed, whilst the clean vocals have no right to be as good as they are; and the 35 minute runtime has forced them to cut out anything unnecessary and still deliver a dynamic, intense experience.

Glow is an absolute triumph, merging the moody melodeath leanings of Finnish heavyweights like Insomnium with the atmospheres and dynamic range of post-metal. The songwriting is progressive yet accessible, with huge climaxes and vulnerable, raw moments woven together seamlessly.

For four years in a row now I have developed a list of my favorite albums of the year. One would think that I would have developed some sort of solid format at this point, but strangely, this is not the case.

For reasons not entirely clear to me, the way I organize and categories the list changes from year to year. What worked perfectly for a tiered selection did not work at all for me for I simply could not make sense of it, could not organize releases in a way that seemed coherent using that method.

So, I reverted it almost seemed that I was forced to revert back to something I did all the way back in , which was to break up selections into some broad and subgenres and categories, which should be fairly self-explanatory, although of course open to interpretation. So, while I have chosen an AOTY, the top few picks in each category might very well be my favorite thing of the year at the moment of any particular time or mood.

Am I being wishy-washy? Perhaps a bit. Am I overthinking it? Almost certainly, but I suppose that if this conceptual apparatus is what it takes for me to be satisfied with a summation my assessment of black metal in , then so be it. Thanks for checking this out, and may thy will be done.

A journey inward, a manifestation born of terrifying psychic nightmares, and the dread spirits which inhabit them, the dense murk of harrowing antipathy ascending from the depths with only a futile glimmer of warning before we are consumed in torrents of synth, writhing layers of pitchshifted guitars, measured percussive severity, and the hellish, maniacally spectral voice of Alcameth. The rhythm guitar and bass help to keep everything from tearing itself asunder, and periodically they pull the other instruments into their less frenetic trajectory for powerfully bombastic, cadenced movements across the whole instrumental continuum.

Menacing builds towards abrupt eruption in absolute fury and malice. Lavish, orchestrated melody, tragic, compelling, terrible, and beautiful… imposing and utterly demonic black metal terror that is sustained, pensive, ominous, oppressive. The shift in focus from the first Suns of Perdition installment is not only represented with the album title and lyrical themes, but also with the sound itself, which seems overall to be a bit more ritualized and contemplative, borrowing more from progressive blackened doom sensibilities than its predecessor did, and perfected in terms of execution, production, and mix.

Endarkenment is really damn good, and better than I thought it would be. With virtually no introduction, the listener is confronted with a celestial wall of overwhelming cosmic black metal. Where the previous album Ekpyrosis had room to breathe around a more staggering pace, here much of that space filled with blasting maelstromic percussion, a molten dense core of bass, searing trajectories of guitar dissonance, more sustained cataclysmic ambience and well-embedded vocals that roar through the tracks like some sort of abrasive solar turbulence.

While initially more saturated and massive, the journey through Unitarity proves it to be also more epic and nuanced. Well, I guess this one is really a surprise to nobody, except maybe me. I just found it too… technical? Thin sounding? Just too fucking weird? Yeah, this is different.

Came out of nowhere in the final moments of the year but already I have listened to this compulsively more times than many other entries on my lists. This thing is just a gaddamn masterpiece and we all know it. This album has a particular sharpness, crystalline, and pristine quality to the overall production that I think perfectly expresses what the band was trying to achieve. This album got a lot of playtime from me, particularly early in the year.

Expansive, cosmic, electronic, epic, black madness. Sustained atmospheres and beautiful keys float over a blistering percussive attack and razor-sharp riffing, which in turn radiate from a dense core of bass and ebbing industrial noise effects, all accentuated by mostly frigid vocals with some haunting cleans.

Herein we may witness the cold, detached power of an ever-expanding universe. By the time the modest intro of the first song breaks into a well-timed barrage of double kick, cascading piano, shredding riffs, and triumphant roaring, it is readily apparent that every element of Solace of Death is orchestrated with immense, grandiose, overwhelming intensity. Vacillating between charging power and insistent groove, unhinged frenetic pacing, downright assaultive synth progressions, incinerating guitars and almost constant minigun battery on the drums… just as the listener starts to adapt to this exquisite barrage, we are treated to a fucking beautiful acoustic interludes, melody with a tempered intro of acoustic guitar and fantastic piano, grandiose and almost majestic sections.

Conceptually, the black spires of a colossal, horrendous evil preside over a helpless, abject populous as a lone individual struggles in desperation against incomprehensible malice and inevitable doom. The sonic representation is an opus of contemporary black metal: persistently massive, forcefully heavy with elements of doom, and almost grandiose in its complex, blackened melancholy.

Misery, desperation, hopelessness, and despair find auditory expression through layers of elaborate and epic guitars, a veritable onslaught of vicious percussion, immeasurably dense bass progressions, haunting and mesmeric synth, and varied ferocious vocal manifestations. Yet, amidst this impenetrable darkness, we can find a faintly glimmering ore of heroism, strength, loyalty, hope, love, sacrifice, and tragic beauty.

Sort of similar to BORGNE in its expansive, nocturnal cosmic aesthetics, except the atmospheric onslaught is ratcheted up to the highest possible degree. It was love at first listen for me, and To Walk The Path Of Sorrows was a late but instant addition to both my end of year list and my vinyl collection. And it does so beautifully, each element really standing out as exceptional, and the combination of them is a beautifully psychotic journey to the heart of spiritual abyss.

One would be hard-pressed to deny that the modern black metal scene is becoming ever more saturated with an array of musical variations which increasingly depart from the traditional foundations of the orthodox cannon. Thus, for me there is a distinct sense of appreciation when an album comes along that manages to, for a time, sweep all of the frills off the table and demand full attention with pure, austere, straightforward hyperscandinavian fucking excellence.

Every damn song is born a classic, every note is pure gold. Apparition is currently top of my list for most under-recognized masterpiece of the year. They got a bit of recognition in the Order but no label? Someone needs to sign these dudes stat! I mean, give the first track just a few minutes and focus on those layers of guitars. How many do they have simultaneously? That shit is artful as fuck and damn near orgasmic. Some amount of atonality with the riffing but the progressions themselves are classically coherent and awesome.

And the vocals are awesome. And the cover art is awesome. The riffs? Incinerating, burning through the tracks and embedding in the flesh of the psyche like the razor-edged spearhead of death itself. The vocals? But what really pushes HORDE OF HEL to its darkest capacity and solidifies it as unique among a host of impressive peers is the massively effective incorporation of an evil, catastrophic, and inexorable industrial edge to the blasting turmoil.

Bottom line: its just fucking great. Creative combination and a terrific album. What it does shed is some of the sporadicism and in its place, develops a lot more of everything I really like in black metal. It is more melodic, more structured, more cohesive, more coherent. Less infernal and chaotic perhaps, but certainly more thoughtful and engaging.

Punchy, upbeat, aggressive, snowbound fire with plenty of blasting and continuous riffing. Perfected classic traditionalism which hits all the right targets. Like ritual artifacts placed purposefully around the perimeter of a prophetic shrine, every title, word, image, note, sound and utterance from Icelandic black metal entity NEXION has been crafted together with a full intention to create a coherent meditation on pursuit of decimating esoteric wisdom.

Forgoing the overtly claustrophobic and oppressive signature Icelandic black metal style for one that is more dynamic, aggressive, catchy, melodic and with hints of death metal brutality, while The lyrics articulate the dissolution of human construction and belief from seven perspectives, and tend to revolve around messages of ontological violence, cataclysmic revelation, corrupted sanctity, existential death, cosmic darkness, abyssal wisdom, pestilential chaos and the prophecy of some sort of oblivion messiah.

The much-anticipated follow-up to The Lesser God album Straight up melodic USBM, which like a shitload of other similar bands i. So far, so good. Nothing particularly mind-blowing but uncannily addictive, and I have come back to it over and over since it dropped.

Pace fluctuates between what seems to be a baseline frenetic, driving bloodlust and a more measured predatorial malevolence all driven forward by blistering percussion while spearheaded by riffs to freeze your heart and a poisonous vocal delivery. Verisaarna also throws us an array of fantastic elements to an already accomplished timbre: war-horn brass, vaguely symphonic elements, choirs, bells or chimes, electric organ, etc.

Man, this is just a hard-hitting, in-your-face, fast, violent, thrashy, riff-centered example of Scandinavian black metal orthodoxy, most comparable I think to the legendary TSJUDER. At all. Give it a listen if you want a good pummeling for your false assumption.

Outstanding USBM which boasts the unorthodox quality of actually being somewhat… well… fun. Borrowing from rock and punk, the upbeat, wind-in-your-hair cadence of the tracks, fueled primarily by persistent and artful percussion, are augmented by phenomenally enjoyable, often harmonized guitar arrangements.

The vocals, with lyrics which focus on struggle and perseverance, are probably the darkest element of the album, and are consistently growly, which is good because the aesthetic overall is so lite that softer vocals might have pushed it too far in that direction. Each track is well-crafted with memorable hooks and fantastic moments. To be completely honest, relistening to Moonlit Navigation again now at the end of the year, it occurs to me that one could label it as melodic death metal just as easily as unorthodox melodic black metal!

Whatever though, this one makes the top of this list either way. The Colorado black metal cowboys return for a much-anticipated 4th full length! Borrowing heavily from American West folk and country not only in terms of timbre, but also lyrical themes and visual stylization, WAYFARER have practically created a subgenre of their own. Joining the growing number of bands who are tapping into what American western and rock can offer to black metal, with this release JORDABLOD is even more upfront about it, and so much the better.

The Cabinet of Numinous Song takes these influences and crosses it with somewhat of a semi-claustrophobic and more psychedelically unrestrained of the Icelandic sounding sound to fantastic effect. Sounds fucking awesome? You bet your ass it does. This was an early pick for me and hands down my favorite release in January. It features huge number of great highlights: pristine and sorrowful melodies, lots of clean female vocals, acoustic guitar, piano, violin, and amazing solos, while still maintaining more mainline BM elements like harsh vocals, driving percussion, thrashy moments, and hints of folk.

While lyrics focus on the synergistic elements of oxygen, water, wind, and mountains, gorgeous acoustic progressions and soaring lead guitar balance out with blustering riffs, scathing vocals, and a stripped-down, tumbling and charging percussive battery. The end result is a beautiful album which intentionally reflects the coherence of nature itself. From nature-based, blackened melodic pseudo-folk aspects of first album Restoration , to the more progressive, epic sound of Ascension , to more traditional synthphonic black metal aggression of All Paths Lead to Death AMIENSUS have consistently refined their sound.

Here we find layered harmonizing electric and acoustic guitars, an array of vocal approaches including plenty of cleans, a variety of keyboard additions from orchestra to organ to piano to brass, and soaring cello mixed perfectly into what was already an eclectic musical template. This debut album is a beautiful and haunting account of memory and dysphoria, frequently rooting sorrow and reminiscence in natural metaphors such as the moon, lakes, rivers, gardens and wind, and while it generally has black metal as its foundation, it sits on the fringes and defies many expectations of the genre.

Melancholic acoustic guitar, lofty choruses, and easy percussion repeatedly building skyward towards precipices and then cascade over into characteristically massive, widescreen waves of brilliantly layered synth, soaring guitar lead and distinctive, dejected screams, often with perfectly utilized double kick. The harsh vocals are characteristically removed from the forefront of the mix, distant, as if echoing from aloof vistas.

Bedehuis starts off with some straightforward melodic riffs which begin to lift, careen and sway before the powerful, shouting vocals begin to push the listener under. Soon the beauty of the depths become evident as the vocals explore a variety of different modes, and aggressive punk-laced beats sustain even as the song evolves back to blacker melodic riffing.

Bass is audible throughout, which provides a nice strong undertow to the swirling, churning currents which plunge into post-black melodic progressions, intoxicating vocals soaring above the surges. The closing track hits like a flood, a veritable torrent of massive, ambitious, beautiful waves of sublime, epic black metal reckoning. Bedehuis is a rich, fluid, roiling offering with a myriad of complimenting, varied features that are just as apt to overwhelm you under the crushing tide as they are to hold you buoyant above the eddies.

Corps Fleur is a combination of traditional melodic black metal and more atmospheric post-black, but it would be more accurate to describe the album as starting out in the sunnier realm of the latter and moving towards the darker, more assertive edge of the former. It is worth noting that it is not just the amalgamation of DSBM, post-black, and more classic BM rancor which makes the album stand out… equally important is the tight musicianship, skilled and effective technique exhibited by all involved, and also an incredible production and mix.

Everything is top-notch, every element crafted together in such a way that I think Galdrum achieves exactly what it is trying to achieve: classic symphonic black metal euphoria. ALMYRKVI marches forward like the steady, otherworldly stride of some planetary giant, footfalls heavy enough to shake the earth but with a crown amongst the stars.

There is a measured and incredibly effective industrial aspect threaded throughout, giving the Icelandic contribution a sense of posthuman aloofness. Layers of dense melodies, grandiose to the point of celestial, creates a sense of being helplessly witness to something that is both cosmically transcendent and vaguely technological, with the gravitational inexorability of blackened monolithic power, a God of such prowess that humanity cannot help but plunge into the hypnotic depths of reverence and worship.

The increasingly ecstatic chanting and steady pseudotribal cadence fantastically captures a tranced veneration encircling the deific monument which ALMYRKVI introduced. The devotion to dark idols develops towards an increased tempo, enthusiastic groove, and soaring two-minute guitar lead, impressing concluding notions of a more elated yet violent elevation… rapture.

Hard-hitting, galloping, cutthroat southwestern bandido black metal. The burn through three tracks on this EP with reckless abandon, leaving me wanting mucho, mucho mas. Eschewing the pitch black, frigid, subzero atmospherics harnessed by a plethora of typically Scandinavian acts, Winter Contemplations adopts a more overtly post-black sunniness while still projecting distinct wintertide. The album eases in with the whistling wind before settling into an easy pace of plodding percussion, thick melodic strings, and somewhat monotonic yelling vocals.

Majestic synth puts on a pristine display as electric lead guitar foretells the heaviness of the nevertheless casual percussion. We catch the full cascade towards the end, all musical grandeur ecstatically conjoining atop torrents of rapid double kick before the album concludes in epic fashion. The music has a slight industrial edge, as well as an element of unnerving, almost haunting dissonance, while the scathing vocals convey unbridled, red-hot hatred.

Anthropophagy succeeds in transmitting a sense of dread with tracks of haunting, anxiety provoking, smoldering malice. Surprisingly good old-school symphonic black metal! The simplicity and earnestness of the 2nd wave, with sustained orchestral synth atmospheres, scathing vocals, sufficient drumming, and some solid guitar solos.

Heavy, thickened, black, almost meditative ritualism with hints of death metal, done extremely well and fully developed in every respect. I have been following this project for a while and every release just gets better and better. Blazing and monstrous, even for an EP. Also, I checked my posts, and I first listened to it on January 1, , so it is certainly the very first list-worthy thing I heard in !

This is an addendum EP to the Impressions of the Morning Star album and has a similar timbre: an avant garde, blistering, murky, almost droning onslaught broken up by epic splendor… inhumanly aggressive and impossibly beautiful at the same time. Its pretty damn good and great wintertime music!

Maybe top 3. I can usually only handle one or two songs at a time but each time it is more and more devastatingly euphoric. Black Is the Destiny. Hope Drone — Husk Independent Australia Sounds like: An already excellent post-black band experimenting with what they do and coming up with something alternately shattering and breathtaking.

Carathis — The Amethyst Fortress Labyrinth Tower Austria Sounds like: That glorious album cover given sonic form, with a twist that only preternaturally gifted composer Erech Leleth could provide. Productions Email: blackmetaldaily outlook. COVETOUS — Return To Hythloth Unborn Productions I slacked a bit and discovered it a few months after it dropped, but everything about this Norwegian demo struck the right chord with me as soon as it hit my ears — from the production, to the cover art, and naturally, the tracks themselves.

By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Cookie Policy. Follow Following. Black Metal Daily Join other followers. Sign me up. Already have a WordPress. Other tracks are more atmospheric. So please do give everything a chance. It was stupefyingly heavy, implacably savage, and frighteningly eerie.

We premiered one song from the album and a video for another song, but I failed to review the whole thing. The video was written and directed by Ivan K. Maras Deathless Pictures. Filmed in black and white, it makes the natural woodland setting seem ominous and threatening, and the barren trees and vacant fields bear cold witness to a ritual that visually captures the atmosphere of unavoidable catastrophe created by the music.

Yesterday I began a multi-part collection of new music in a blackened vein.

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My fathers dragon audiobook torrent Beautifully arranged with autumnal chord progressions and summery leads, this EP transports the listener into golden pastures and serene rural sceneries, embraced by the subtle and innocent keyboards that elegantly enlighten these tracks. The end result is a beautiful album which intentionally reflects the coherence of nature itself. Needless to say, every single one of these releases comes with my utmost recommendation, even the near misses. Who wields visceral throne discography torrents politics of death? The sleep of reason produces monsters indeed. It still sounds like that to me now. My only desire is for an occasional moment of clean vocals, as showcased by bands like Shadow of Intent and Fit For An Autopsyjust to add a touch of diversity in the otherwise mostly relentless assault.
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