Tag: Debemur Morti

Terra Tenebrosa – The Reverses Review

Execute program: Terra Tenebrosa The Reverses. …Begin Phase 1… Execute sub-program: “Makoria.” Purging of chaotic elements. System reset… Execute sub-program: “Ghost at the End of the Rope.” Tentative merging of the mechanical and the organic.


Draugnim – Vulturine Review

Growth can be difficult to measure. For example, we know that grass grows, but if one were to sit there and watch it grow, said growth would be imperceptible. Similarly, you can’t see a child

Akhlys – The Dreaming I Review

Akhlys is a side project of Nightbringer guitarist Naas Alcameth (because a pseudonym is cooler than being a black metal artist named Kyle Spanswick). When first putting ears on sophomore effort The Dreaming I, this

Archgoat – The Apocalyptic Triumphator Review

I’m afraid I’ve got some bad news: You’re going to Hell. Really didn’t take that much, either. Turns out, it was the “sleeping with someone before marriage” deal. Huge bummer. All those hours in our

Blut Aus Nord – Memoria Vetusta III – Saturnian Poetry Review

Throughout their groundbreaking career, Blut Aus Nord has shown an ever-increasing tendency to reveal different musical faces through sets of album series or groupings. Most notably, the 777 trilogy amplified the band’s blackened Godflesh traits,

Sons Of Crom – Riddle Of Steel Review

It’s funny how directly imitating a unique, legendary band can lead to wide variety of reactions among both critics and fans. There aren’t a lot of Meshuggah clones out there that have gotten more than

Blut Aus Nord / P.H.O.B.O.S. – Triunity Review

Splits can be a funny thing, and for something that should seem so simple, bands and labels find countless ways to screw them up. Good music just isn’t enough. The bands and/or jams really need

Four to Score Across – the Black Spectrum

Our on-again-off-again Four to Score series typically features four reviews of albums we may have missed, each by a different member of the Last Rites staff. This time? All from yours truly, and all quick