Reviews: MI Metal Shows & Albums
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I’m certain that headbanging, fist pumping, and living room moshing will all ensue. Perhaps there will even be a sing along.
Primarily mid-paced in rhythms and riffing, predominate on Dakhalè, drawing the listener down into hypnotic contemplation.
First, the chaos, then the separation, then the rising away from all, from everything…from anything.
What you should take from that is that this album is exceptional, gripping, dark, and powerful.
Take some time to explore my top 50 albums of 2020. There are some choices you’ll like. I promise.
Through the entire history of ZK, Ghafur has walked his own path. In the eyes (ears and mind, as well) of this writer, that has served him well.
A strong ambient blur brings you into a reminiscent period where for a split second you can duplicate the complexity of emotions and feelings you gave birth to while being in the center of life, light, and love.
These songs are composed with perfection in mind, despite drawing from the messy rawness of traditional black metal.
Wonderful Hell rightly deserves a place in the 2020 pantheon of the greater soundtrack for the revolution, and this writer stands in full solidarity with them.
Above all else, Rotten Human Kingdom is a pissed off beast of an album, a creature formed from the earth itself, sent forth by its mother for the vengeance so richly deserved.
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