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most demented sounding black metal vocals
From the early 90’s to this day, black metal artists have always managed to leverage the intensity of the genre. Be it the blasphemous image, the controversy mainly related to church burnings or worship of the Devil. Chaos and destruction always lie at the burning core of this current! There is however, a bunch of musicians who stood out with a very specific vocal approach that makes the music itself feel more dangerous than ever. In this sense, I’d like to present a selection of 10 underground bands/albums wherein the vocalsRead More
hukutus - Metsä ja yö
Hukutus is a Finnish black metal band that I’ve featured a few times already, including an exclusive interview. Ever since I discovered their work, I’ve become very attracted to it as it demonstrates maturity and willingness to push creative boundaries in the quest of establishing a unique presence in the obscure underground. Today, I have the pleasure of presenting a new chapter that goes the extra mile proving these guys to be a hungry, motivated and very talented fellowship that has a bright future waiting ahead. In this sense, allow me toRead More
Hexen Holocaust - Heretical Dreadful Orgies
Alright people, it’s about time to present a highly infectious batch of 3 upcoming releases that will easily blow your fucking mind. Each one is packed with a preview, so plug your headphones and get ready for an overwhelming wave of badassary!  Moonaadem – S/T Barren lands of desolation and cold. Air filled with grief and bewitching auroras soaring above. This is just a tiny little bit of the beautiful scenery that Moonaadem transmutes through what I describe as a whole abundance of emotions channelled through high-end black metal artistry. TheRead More
Arthur-Kornovics
In today’s installment, I’d like to present the very talented gentleman Arthur Kornovics and his breathtaking photo shoots. He hails from Romania; a country that’s well known for its haunting legends and stunning nature inspiring hundreds, if not thousands of people everyday. He’s been kind enough to let us take a look behind the lenses of his camera and share an insight about his passion. I’ve had a small interest in photography when I was in high school. The school itself had a dark room for developing and my first teacher who also was myRead More
Sarastus - II ​- Toinen Tuleminen

Posted On March 11, 2017By LifeloverIn Black Metal Saturday, News

Black Metal Saturday S2: Episode 1

I did promise a major update for this weekend and there you go! Black Metal Saturday S2 is here – the second “season” of this series begins. For those of you who are not aware of what the heck this is, well let me put it as brief as possible: 10 weekends – 100 bands/albums of absolutely free streaming! Best of all? Underground only! Feel free to check out the first round in case you haven’t. Now, let’s get this going! Ritual – The Summoning | Follow Back in 1995,Read More
Burial Oath - Beyond the Vale of Shadowlands
Alright folks, it’s Monday and I am sure most of you are not really fond of that fact but I’ve got something good for you! In this brief installment, I’d like to share an exclusive music video by Burial Oath – a Cleveland-based trio whose debut full-length “Beyond the Vale of Shadowlands” is right around the corner. Undoubtedly, the band can be labelled as newborn given that it was formed last year. However, these guys waste no time and they already put out an EP, which you can check out on theirRead More
Jeff Grimal art 7
Many people question the meaning of life and to me, art is one of the first answers. This is why I try my best to promote artists and their work because it is the ultimate form of inspiration and salvation altogether.  In the 5th edition of artist spotlight, I’d like to present Jeff Grimal and his surreal worlds displayed on traditional canvas. Nowadays, it’s becoming lesser likely to bump into creatives who instead of a graphics tablet rely on oil. “It’s all about taking things faster” is the general responseRead More
Les chants du hasard
I’ve been blessed with a little spare time on my hands today, which is somewhat rare to happen. Of course, the best way to celebrate this “occasion” is by getting isolated from everyday life and plunge into a world far more superior, vivid and inspiring than man-made reality. For this post, I’ve collected material from 3 artistic formations that is mind-blowing at the very least! Let’s get started! Les Chants du Hasard – S/T I’ve been listening to a variety of extreme tunes produced by French artists but Les Chants duRead More
Nattramn - Silencer new project
Alright folks, shit has got real! Nattramn who is a well known figure in the depressive black metal sub-genre has officially declared that he is on the way back to spreading suicidal terror! Although, the project appears to have no relations to his legacy, namely Silencer, it will carry on its burden. The first piece of clue appeared on HAL, which stands for Humani Animali Liberati  – the official forum of Nattramn’s musical projects and religious movement. The mysterious project was initiated back in 2007 but due to a number of consequencesRead More
Ende - Emen Etan
It was just last year when Ende delivered an outstanding performance on their split with Sorcier Des Glaces and now, the duo is ready to present a glimpse from their new opus. The band is literally on the verge of unleashing a massive full-length by the name of “Emen Etan“, featuring 10 tracks including a cover of the infamous Vlad Tepes piece “Under a Carpathian Yoke“. “Emen Etan” is scheduled for release on 3 March through Obscure Abhorrence Productions. As of now, you can taste one of the songs via the BandcampRead More