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Rebirth by Blasphemy LP (marble grey vinyl)
Rebirth by Blasphemy LP (red/blue vinyl edition)
Furious canadian black-death metal ala Behemoth
Questo non è un box, è solo un bundle di tre LP offerti in BLOCCO
In May 2009 Amestigon finished the production of - Sun of all Suns - which was the first full length album in the history of these Austrian Black Metal veterans. The album was originally published on CD by Hauruck Records in spring 2010 and re-released by W.T.C.Productions in 2016 (vinyl version) and 2018 (CD version).
From the start rather than attempting to alter or obfuscate Nahtrunar's roots in second-wave black metal's rich sound, the approach is a dead-ahead expression of pure atmosphere. Guitar leads shimmer in moments, but lean back into the tapestry of accompanying instruments instead of forcing their way to the forefront. The fusion of leads and vocals in with more consistent layers of sound guarantees that even the most unexpected moments present themselves naturally and consistently. There's also something to be said for the anonymity of Nahtrunar's membership. I've long held the belief that even artists who explicitly remove themselves from the act of performing are still making a performance in their own obscurity. The sense of detachment from self plays directly into the transcendent sounds and aims of the music and serves as a further function of this expression.
Ruthless black metal from Finland!
Amid the axis of territorial sceneries, generational junctures, the zeitgeist of concrete periods, there lies invariably scattered anomalies that transgress the semblance of passing time, space and reasoning itself, individuals and ensembles whose magnitude goes beyond the imposing rules of artistic behavior. Within the Portuguese Black Metal landscape, one of the epithets of perpetual yonder outside the boundaries of any assorted alignment is Angrenost.
In the course of a career that goes back to the cauldron of the mid 90s, the group released an EP at the end of said decade yet retreating for a long slumber that ended in 2013 with the release of Planet Muscaria. Four years have passed and Angrenost returns with a retribution, the emergence of a renewal, the harvesting of a new era. Nox et Hiems is an opus of hermetical Black Metal darkness, a 63-minute tome of occult mysticism that consumes the listener in a sinister divination. Divided in two discs, one for each elemental direction, it exhales the tenebrous sight of ecstasy by virtue of revenant omens to an onyx of glooming darkness. A supreme act of numinous awakening, Nox et Hiems channels the trembling glory of Lucifer in nine shadowy psalms zealous to the great Unknown. Ritualistic, utterly somber, an all-consuming hex of gnostic ascendancy is aurally illustrated by straightforward yet belligerently cryptic riffs - rooted in the Black Metal milieu from the dark past - intertwined with mid-paced chord progressions of dissonant continuum. Powerfully atmospheric yet glowing of intense fervor, the distinct arrangements are sustained by a dynamic mixing in a triumphant display of aesthetic sense and aural virtue.
The Gathering compiles the 3 Candelabrum demo tapes previously released by Satanic Supremacy. Expect raw majestic Black Metal, channeled from otherworldly entities.
3 sided DLP, hand numbered. 2019 repress with double side print folded cover (no spine).