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morar-wahlheim

Posted On December 15, 2015By LifeloverIn News, Recommended

Premiere: Morar – Wahlheim

Almost one year ago, I had the pleasure to listen to and analyze the amazing debut EP of Morar titled “Chants of Ossian” and today I am excited to share that there’s more coming. The band that is still shrouded in mystery (no lineup and no country of origin announced) unveiled the date of arrival of their debut full-length that bears the name “Wahlheim.” Deeply rooted in atmospheric black metal, Morar’s new piece of sophistication and beauty includes 7 tracks, one of which you can check out below. Apocalyptic Art andRead More
Winterhauch – Am Ende stirbt die Hoffnung / support black metal
What could be the best album to listen to in a gloomy day; something furious or maybe chilling with subtle melancholic touch? Essentially, that’s up to you but I might have a suggestion that could make easier picking what to feed your soul on. Apocalyptic Art provides another interesting band that is worth getting to know. Hailing from Germany, Winterhauch appeared for the first time with an EP back in 2011, whose title is “Am Ende stirbt die Hoffnung”. It translates “In The End Hope Dies”.  This record involves six tracksRead More
marasme_black_metal
Spanish band Marasme returns with a new album that seems to be “darker than ever.”  “De Llums I Ombres” is their second full-length that pushes the limits further and continues the band’s tradition to experiment by incorporating ingridients from post-rock to black metal and even doom. You can stream the album for free below and make your first impression. Note: “De Llums I Ombres” is currently available for purchasing in digital format on bandcamp. The physical release ( LP vynil limited to 320 pieces) is expected to be out on September theRead More
Frozen land - Nostalgy / support black metal
I’ve always had a special attitude towards black/doom for it requires one to be in a darker than the usual state of the mind. And by “usual”, you should know what I mean if you are as die-hard black metal fan as I am. There are appropriate conditions where such kind of music could be a solace and deliver you from your pain. Music such as Frozen Land performs. First of all Frozen Land is run by one person under the name Mephisto. No wonder why it’s a one-man band,Read More
Morar - Chants of Ossian / support black metal
Morar is an entity of deep mystery; I don’t know who they are (no lineup announced) nor where they are from, though their bandcamp suggests Greenland in the tags line. What I do know is that they have an excellent taste and vision of expressing their darkened creativity. Back in 2013, Morar put out an EP called “Chants of Ossian” consisting of 5 songs in the vein of “sophisticated black metal” as described by the band itself. Short and very sweet.  After spending 26 minutes listening / reflecting on “ChantsRead More
Dizziness - Offermort Heritage

Posted On March 30, 2014By LifeloverIn Albums, Oldschool/Traditional

Dizziness – Offermort Heritage

As I walk down the path of glory On the trace steps of the one and only I hold the torch of knowledge With its aenaon flame – Dizziness, Triumph of a superior idea “Offermort Heritage” is Dizziness‘s debut album, which set the barriers very high in their musical career. Somewhat reminding of the colossal oldschool northern albums with a couple of pinches from the second wave sound. A glorious album that confirms how advanced the hellenic underground scene is. Excellent first impression and sense in terms of hooking listenersRead More
Heresiarch Seminary - Whirwind of Wild Hunt
Russian bm scene captured my attention long time ago. There are many names that shall always have a reserved place in my playlist among which are Ashen Light, Stigmatic Chorus and Black Shadow. However, as going deeper in the Russian underground, I stumbled upon a priceless treasure that happened to be recently (so to speak) released. To be honest, before hearing Whirlwind of Wild Hunt, I hadn’t heard of Heresiarch Seminary and as soon as I did, I basically added yet another Russian band to my modest fav list. TheRead More
windstorm
“Simplistic, raw, northern-inspired in the vein of the 90s black metal that will remind of the good old times.” Pretty common description used especially by those who withessed the birth of an entire generation and missed that period.  Fortunately there are out there many bands who keep up the legacy of the ‘fathers’ just the way they left it, so you can rest assured – there is a lot of new oldschool delight for you . One them is Windstorm – a hellenic act that has existed since 2006 havingRead More