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Torrid Husk / End - Swallow Matewan; black metal albums of 2016
This year has been busy for me on multiple fronts, therefore catching up with 2016’s breed was a tough task. However, I did my best to scan what popular metal publishers have already covered in their year end lists and came up with the following. Instead of repeating what has been praised probably 100 times now, I will present you a retrospection that will cover  hardly ever mentioned albums.  Be sure to bookmark this post as it will be the only dedicated one to summing up some of the finest albumsRead More
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
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