Aporia, the band’s sophomore album seems at its surface to be your ordinary black metal album. But after a proper listen, one begins to recognize the heavy sludge, doom, and drone influences that add loads of interesting sections on the album.
If the first two tracks don’t spark your interest and you don’t willingly give in to the curiosity that will surely kill the cat, then I don’t what to tell you.
Plenty of doomy blackness that will give you the stank face and bob your head to the evil flames that seem to grow higher and higher as the album unfolds.
Raise your glass of whisky or beer to the full moon as the Norwegian Cowboys from Hell finally defile us with their and music.
‘System I’ doesn’t waste any time to turn the gravity up to a crushing atmosphere right when you press play.
Those with open minds and chaos in their hearts will rejoice.
Thrall of Winter’s Majesty represents a unique entry in its collection of work: it is not a representation of the future of RINGARË, but is purely conceptual in its form and a reflection of times long gone.
The ethos of black metal continues to burn its black flame with its mischief through the night sky.
Satanize has been terrorizing the scene since 2001 and shows no sign of slowing down their tyrannical train.
Summoning the Lich unleashes United in Chaos – a record that takes the standard expectations of melodic and technical death metal and injects it with an insane amount of adrenaline, blazing through a labyrinth of incredibly strong guitar riffage and next-level vocals.