Why: Because Body Void whips ass, obviously, and it turns out so do Graboids and Pillar of Light
My one complaint is that I wish it were about five minutes longer, but there is something to be said for an album leaving the listener wanting more.
Science Progresses One Funeral At A Time is a terrific piece of work, haunting, cathartic, beautiful, and devastating.
This release shows all the emotional power available in black metal.
Fiktionlust is more concise and doesn’t have any hiccups in the tracklist
The members use the various styles of metal as different mediums in their quest to create their artistic statement and are not limited by one single metal trope.
Like a pulsating globe of razor wire and broken glass, the album chases you down intent on psychic destruction.
Allow the annihilation.
Both hold that tension of the hunt, while also being suggestive of natural beauty.
I’m embarrassed to say that Famine is serving as my introduction to the band, but these eight tracks across less than twenty minutes have placed them firmly on my radar.