Tag: Debemur Morti

The Eye – Supremacy (Reissue) Review

If you’re worried that it’s been almost six months since Vindsval gave us new Blut Aus Nord music, and you fear that a sudden gap in his inhuman rate of production will lead to some

Behexen – Nightside Emanations Review

The general consensus amongst long-time fans seems to be that Behexen fully hit their stride with 2004’s By the Blessing of Satan – a benchmark example of how to produce blistering, vile and decidedly heavy black

Manetheren – Time Review

I suppose it takes a certain amount of chutzpah to title a 75-minute album Time. Nevertheless, although Manetheren doesn’t quite provide the sort of experience that enthralls from start to finish, the band makes settling

Blut Aus Nord – 777 – Cosmosophy Review

When news came out that blackened French masters Blut Aus Nord would be unleashing not one, not two, but a full trilogy of albums within a short time span, the skeptics immediately started crying foul

Haemoth – In Nomine Odium Review

originally written by Chris McDonald Haemoth’s brand of black metal seems to be often overlooked in certain sections of the pantheon of metal listeners these days, which I suppose is understandable considering the wealth of

Nunfuckritual – In Bondage To The Serpent Review

originally written by Jim Brandon It’s become rather clear to me lately how bands that seem ideal on paper, even from most every collaborative veteran angle, sometimes fail to formulate into anything to be properly

Rêx Mündi – IHVH Review

Regardless of the recent explosion of directions that black metal seems to be travelling in, there remains a good number of projects that dedicate their work to pure, seething evil. Much like the music itself,

Blut Aus Nord – 777: The Desanctification Review

Originally written by Jordan Campbell It’s no secret that Blut Aus Nord has been on an absolute creative tear over the the past few years. After Odinist‘s baby steps, Memoria Vetusta IImarked a glorious emergence