If the music of Drudkh defines the dark and atmospheric melancholic style of black metal then Hate of Forest is exactly the opposite.
Vikings and black metal go hand in hand. It just works. Don’t believe me? Here’s Havukruunu to prove me right.
Mørketida on their EP ‘Traveler of the Untouched Voids’ delves into the rudimentary style of the second wave of black metal.
“Moksha” has more of a characteristic sound and proves how the band can create such a refined masterpiece of black metal.
“The Burning Dawn” is a great follow up to Cloak’s debut album, and the blackened occultists present a sheer aggression and diversity within the new tracks.
Teitanblood is an advanced model of modern war metal style, and the Spanish quartet are very captivating in creating a chaotic atmosphere overall.
Profanatica’s primitive take on black metal music is carried with vileness and bestiality. The album is brutal and this is exactly what you should expect from them.
It may take a few attempts for a band to reach to a certain level of competence but I can say that Witch Vomit has perfected their sound on the sophomore release.
Out of nowhere, mgła dropped their brand new full-length ‘Age of Excuse’, another record full of misanthropic black metal!
“Algleymi” is a record that cannot be repeated by time, this is uncommon and extraordinary output released by this splendid Icelandic outfit.
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