This release shows all the emotional power available in black metal.
Allow the annihilation.
Deeply mesmeric compositions drew us each into the depths of our souls, to the most contemplative layers, where we experienced epiphanies which are hard to put into words.
Enjoy every jolt, reprieve, attack, and sharp turn.
The vision of the world seen between the riffs is bleak, but there is strength and spine there too – enough to rise up with each cadence to move inexorably forward and fight back!
Though it’s only three tracks long, and one of them is a Soundgarden cover, this EP still feels like a meaty offering.
Witches Forest is a perfect example of someone who was actually showing indigenous musical characteristics.
It really threw me off on first listen, but it’s so well executed that I couldn’t help but fall in love with it.
Azaketh has crafted five tracks which feel genuinely powerful.
Starer can basically do know wrong. Each album is part of a cohesive sound, yet each also has its own unique elements.