Tag: black metal

A word on Veritas Diaboli Manet in Aeternum

In perhaps one of the most musically accomplished black metal recordings of all time, S.V.E.S.T. puts forth a two-step thesis that gracefully springs across the stepping stones of theological speculation, culminating in bouts of mystical visions and philosophical open ended questions. The resulting amalgam dances seamlessly over these, while it remains clear that at the

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S.V.E.S.T. Coagula – L’ether du diable

  Article by Hildraed Ashworth There exist certain special individuals who devote their energies solely to invoking entities of the night as deities, worshipping them not merely with practical and magickal motivations, but instead as an expression of that simpler and perhaps purer life of the spirit which takes its inspiration from trve European sources.

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Ancestral Goetia

Ancestral Goetia can be noted for three demos: ’92: Betray God, Hail Satan ’92: Prophets of Darkmoon ’93: We, the Tribute to Lust Each of them is a cumulative effort over the previous ones. The first retains a very primitive approach, utilizing basic percussive techniques, a motif-repeating guitar and very expressive and demented screams. Minimalist

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Summum Malum Evil Rehearsal

Presented in that singularly delightful balance of a nekro sound that is both distorting, atmosphere-emphasizing but which retains the necessary clarity of the instruments played, Summum Malum’s Evil Rehearsal, brings us a more experienced take on recordings previously published by them in an official release. The general style is fast and rough, interlaced with pauses where

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An Open Manifesto For Black Metal Cells

Open suggestions to be molded and modified by any individuals; this is a first push. Work in quiet, work in secret, work strictly locally. But spread the ideals of elitism above the simians. 1. A Pathetic Present 1.1 Unconscious fostering of culture Historically, black metal arises from the realist (a-social, a-political) view presented by early

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