Tag: 2014

Abyssum Cum Foeda Sanie Ex Ore

Witches by Hans Baldung Grien, 1510 § In the Studio, 2014 A portentous return to the studio, Cum Foeda Sanie Ex Ore represents a new stage in Abyssum’s development rooted in unique mystical seeds that gave rise to inconspicuously rich soundscapes of darkness but now moving beyond both musically and ideologically. In away, the present album

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Monarch Exile

This is an underground, self-released EP/demo that outwardly evokes traits of Infester and the likes of Cianide, thus utilizing a cross between doom metal, death metal and progressive rock. The latter is the greater influence in the structural approach of the album, but the spirit is permeated by the esotericism and medieval-macabre surrealism of classic

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Domains Sinister Ceremonies

For a purist, such as the author, first impressions of the present album will inevitably revolve around the explicit borrowings from older projects that can be heard here.  Furthermore, and more importantly, it may be stated that each form of expression has to arise in symbiosis with a context that gives it its significance.  If

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Abigor Leytmotif Luzifer

Born in years of maturity of black metal, ABIGOR has represented the explicitly Satanic side of the genre.  It is this aspect of black metal that many consider to be its authentic ideological roots.  Satanism here is to be understood in light of a theistic metaphysics, and not in a disguised atheistic mockery of Christian

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