Tag: Inquisition


Inquisition – Bloodshed Across the Empyrean Altar Beyond the Celestial Zenith Review

There’s really no need to get into Inquisition‘s background. We aren’t going to deal with their political garbage dump heaped upon them by websites seeking clicks and ad revenue. In fact, they just got back

Carving A Mixtape – Exercises In Black Metal: Vol. 1

Ever since kindergarten, I have been obsessed with the idea of sharing music with others. Generally, this came in the form of stolen Billy Idol or Led Zeppelin cassette tapes from my parents until that

The MDF 2014 Power Rankings – Top 10 Song Performances

Let it be known: I attended Maryland Deathfest 2014 as a fan, not a music “journalist,” so this isn’t some comprehensive recap, but more of a snapshot of one guy’s experiences. After all, when so

Zach Duvall’s Top 10 Of 2013 – Enjoying Joyful Noise

Personally and professionally, 2013 was an odd, sometimes turbulent year for me. So, The Great Support Structure that is music was really needed and my listening habits reflected that. While I am always in search

Last Rites’ Best Of 2013 – Combined Staff List

This is the end of the line. Well, not really. There’s still a full two weeks left in the year, and you’re still bracket-busting your way towards crowning a Metal Madness 2013 tournament champion. But as

Inquisition – Obscure Verses For The Multiverse Review

2011’s Ominous Doctrines of the Perpetual Mystical Macrocosm was a milestone of sorts for long running black metallers Inquisition, if only because it gained them a wider audience than ever before in their history, not

Inquisition – Ominous Doctrines Of The Perpetual Mystical Macrocosm Review

I understand Incubus fills a vital role behind the Inquisition drum kit, but his handy precision has mostly been shadowed beneath his co-conspirator Dagon’s one-two punch of riffing and off-kilter ribbiting. Not to take away

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