Tag: Debemur Morti

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

Rosetta – The Anaesthete Review

Originally written by Chris Redar It’s not a great idea to lead a review with a terrible joke. The indication is that the critic didn’t take an appropriate amount of time with the material and


Blut Aus Nord – What Once Was​.​.​.Liber III Review

Originally written by Jordan Campbell Last Friday, Blut Aus Nord released What Once Was…Liber III via Bandcamp. With zero fanfare. Unless you were one of the forty-odd people slavishly following Debemur Morti’s Facebook feed, this

Slidhr – Deluge Review

Originally written by Chris Redar Oftentimes, details are the difference between a sale and a bust. If a consumer is shopping for a car, odds are they know what they want in terms of style