This is definitely my next purchase.
Black/death metal with loads of symphonic elements that sounds amazingly well!
Blessed He With Boils looks like a fantasy-RPG à la Skyrim (with better music).
Get on this.
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Microtonal experimental black metal from Missouri, those guys are a pretty unique outfit.
Their quarter-toned fretboards bring a different texture to their long songs that is welcome in this age of formalism.
So if you seek something relatively new and unexplored, you can get Discontinuities for free if you like to, or donate a little sum to support this band!
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Listen to this while you read!
Cormorant’s third is the one! If you didn’t know Cormorant yet, their own blend of death/black/progressive metal, it is the time to, because Dwellings is one hell of an album!
Close to an hour of material goes on with this one!
And the artwork… Could you ask for a better artwork than this one? Seriously?
Mid-paced goodness, violence turning into contemplation, and some WTF moments. Dwellings feature great guitar playing and composition by Nick Cohon and Matt Solis. There are catchy riffs, soaring leads and solos. The bass is not too much hidden in … Read more
You are walking through a dark and mysterious forest. It’s the middle of winter, so there is snow on the ground and a chill to the air. The forest sprawls across the base of a mountain and extends far up the side of it. The soundtrack to your walk? Moon’s “Caduceus Chalice”, a black metal demo that harkens back to the glory days of the genre.
The demo kicks off with the atmospheric “In Shadow” before kicking into “Forest Samhain”, a song that’ll make the listener feel like they’ve stepped back in time to … Read more
Brume d’Automne (Autumn Mist in English, if you haven’t figured out already) is a savage, beastly, untamed monster. I’m sure the band draws inspiration from the tales of the Bonhomme 7 heures in Quebec, that mysterious character used by parents to scare their children and make sure they’re in bed soon, although not sleeping and shitting their pants.
This black-metal band with folk influences sings in French, but you fat-ass American won’t bother because there is little chance you will actually be able to decipher the language in which that monster sings.
If you do care about lyrics, on the … Read more