The video contains some live footage, but also scenes of violence, destruction, and civil unrest in recent years in Greece.
while fundamentally it is black metal as we know and love it, it’s turned and tweaked and reshaped in small ways that leave it sounding fresh and vital.
Conspiracy of Thoughts…pulls the listener bodily into the darkest recesses of their own mind, through the contemplation of the horrors of humanity.
Wrath and m.Sarvok have birthed a masterpiece into the world in Asphyxiating Late Night Sessions. Don’t let it slip past you.
The track is both grief stricken and rage filled at the horrors of humankind. It’s an absolute gut punch, full of the darkness of the decay of modern society.
The Drunk Sessions is not nearly as heavy as what I normally write about, but the five tracks are still emotionally hefty.
Creating a dark atmosphere with careful, patient percussion, bass lines that seem to hum with the very vibrations of the earth, and creative riffs which run through several variations of doom metal.
Lead guitar work adds nasty flourishes to a mesmeric track, while the rhythm section keeps everything moving the way raging waters keep the rapids moving.
…we are back and this time we are not going to make any discounts to our fuck off attitude to the shitty masses and their trends.