Mastermind Swartadauþuz takes the frosty elements of lo-fi black metal and carves sonic landscapes of a wintry opus on the third outing “De Fornas Likgaldrar”.
Muvitium’s “Under Vemodets Töcken…” is full of breathtaking moments evoking the era of the nineties black metal.
Fyrnask on their fourth studio album ‘VII Kenoma’ reaches a high virtue in the hierarchy of modern black metal.
Embryonic Slumber’s debut album is dark and menacingly uncanny, beautifully textured with a dense atmosphere and labyrinthine details.
Nas Alcameth has conveyed a sublime symphony of nightmare. ‘Melinö’ is beautifully crafted by the multilayered instruments. This is highly recommended for fans of Limbonic Art, Nightbringer, and Aoratos.
Paysage D’Hiver channels a broad spectrum that covers the full range of the cold wintery fashion of atmospheric black metal.
Serment’s ‘Chante, Ô Flamme de la Libertè’ demonstrates the gloomy quality of the Quebec institutional technique.
‘Snare of All Salvation’ is full of mesmerizing moments of ghastly screeches and fast tempos.
The True Werwolf’s “Devil Crisis” is one of the best releases of the year Werewolf Records always brings some of the highest quality bands from the (Finnish) underground scene.
Mavorim’s “Axis Mundi” is a comfortable record to listen to there is clearly something unique about the newest album.
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