Black Metal band Cvinger hail from Slovenia and formed back in 2012. Their self-released EP Monastery of Fallen is the second release they’re put out this year. Continue reading
Due to thirty years of fast aggressive metal I now feel that in order to be truly heavy you have slow down the pace and put emphasis on the bass qualities. Adding a layer or two or blackened riffs can’t hurt either. Swedish raw black metal band FOR know this to be true. Continue reading
I would have to admit I was mildly unimpressed by a generic feel in Sarkom’s ‘Doomsday Elite’ on first listen. Continue reading
If there was ever a band that could bring metal to the hearts of the fans of 80s UK goth, Funeral Circle could well be that band. Continue reading
For are a Swedish raw black metal band who identities and precise location are unknown. Formed this year the band has already released its debut album entitled “Kundaz” but now has returned but a few months later with the follow up, an EP going by the name of “Blakaz Asko Herto”.
For offer much to enjoy and experience and the mysterious nature of the band and their whereabouts only adds to the allure. Opening with a demonic title track intro the scene is duly set for the four tracks that will follow.
Merciless grinding fury in musical form, a mystical occult message and most all out right savagery from start to finish. This EP is no hurry to get anywhere and so labours along its path steadily, spewing forth a vast concoction of vile sinister foreboding.
Yet this isn’t your average black metal rampage at society in one long procession of hate, and whilst the music is dangerous and prowling, song titles such as “Descending Obfuscated Realms” and “Lineage of the Amorphous” demonstrate a much higher level of thinking at play. Superbly executed and all wrapped up in the superb artwork you can see above, For are a band worth keeping tabs on.  https://www.facebook.com/theravenouschasm