Tag: Black

Naglfar – Pariah Review

Originally written by Chris Chellis. With the critical eye of every bloodthirsty Dissection devotee fixed steadily within its plane, supposed clone Naglfar invites you to feast upon another slab of melodic black metal courtesy of its fourth full-length, Pariah. Those

Nachtmystium – Eulogy IV Review

Originally written by Patrick Dawson A reissue of the most recent release form U.S. black metal warriors Nachtmystium, Southern Lord has picked up this limited run and juiced it up with extra material for one

Heresi – Psalm I Review

Originally written by Nin Chan Hot on the heels of the sublime Hell Militia record comes the debut effort of their rather like-minded labelmates, Sweden’s rather enigmatic Heresi. Instead of the post Peaceville Darkthrone revisionism

Beatrik – Journey Through The End Of Life (Reissue) Review

Originally written by Nin Chan This is just bloody brilliant. With so many modern bands anxious to out-Varg each other in a post-Burzum epoch, the thought of another Vikernes-influenced outfit is hardly a titillating proposition.

Midnight – Complete And Total Fucking Midnight Review

Originally written by Nin Chan WUARGHHHH THIS BAND RULES!!!!! I had never even HEARD of these bastards till some rabid metalhead mentioned them on the Barbarian Wrath message board, and having been blown away by

Throne Of Katarsis – Helvete: Det Iskalde Mørket Review

Originally written by Kris Yancey Truncated review: The band’s from Norway, the album’s in black and white, they’re covered in corpsepaint, sing about cold winds and blasphemy, and they have the word “Throne” in the

Black Witchery – Upheaval Of Satanic Might Review

Originally written by Nin Chan I still remember, quite vividly, the day that Black Witchery first invaded my pathetic, insignificant existence. I was a green, brash and impetuous young black metal enthusiast penning verbose reviews

Inquisition – Magnificent Glorification Of Lucifer Review

Originally written by Nin Chan Here’s a memo from yours truly: black metal bands, take notes from Inquisition. This is what black metal SHOULD sound like now, and always. Cold, disaffected, unearthly, trancelike, ritualistic, totally