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etichetta: Obscure Abhorrence
7th full-length release by Sorcier Des Glaces. Concept album based on the origin of the rebellious spirit of Sorcier Des Glaces. One track, 50 minutes. Cold Primitive Metal.
SDG's Ritual of the End showcases many aspects of atmospheric black metal, but it seems to have a more majestic and grandiose feel than many others in the genre Ritual of the End is cold; it's dark, haunting and cold. SDG have woven a rich tapestry of blackened heavy metal with plenty of nods to the founding fathers of black metal as well as the second wave. If you're into cold and frosty black metal, you cannot possibly go wrong with this album. SDG's discography is loaded with hidden gems and strikingly solid material, but this is quite possibly the band's best work to date. If you've never listened to SDG, Ritual of the End is a great starting point: cold primitive black metal.
(estratto da metal archives)
Thematically SDG’s signature lyrical & melodic concepts revolve around descriptions of people & places undergoing freezing hell over vast, cold spans of time. Scenes of melancholic death are achieved by playing long riffs with slow & steady chord changes, in addition to faster melodies that anticipate the numerous melodically unorthodox transitions.