Post-Black Metal Tag

Arkuum-Trostlos

Posted On July 19, 2015By LifeloverIn News, Recommended

Premiere: Arkuum – Trostlos

Let me start off this thread with material that is slightly different from the previously published. I think it’s been quite some time since I encountered post-black metal acts that not only did they grab my attention but got me to like them instantly. Today’s example hails from Germany (not surprised, are you?) and it’s called Arkuum. This is a solo project by David Theobald who started it all in 2013 with the ultimate purpose to deliver something unique and beyond any categories. Thus, Arkuum’s debut album “Trostlos” has beenRead More
Hegemone - Luminosity / support black metal

Posted On January 13, 2015By LifeloverIn Albums, Atmospheric/Avant-garde

Hegemone – Luminosity

Today I added yet another valuable asset to my collection reconfirming that 2014 was a very yielding year for extreme metal followers. Hegemone, a post/blackened sludge metal quartet from Poland shared with me their debut album “Luminosity”, which by the way, is up for free streaming/downloading on bandcamp [follow the links below]. Let’s get into it! The concept of “Luminosity” is as broad as the music itself. It’s not to be given a description as every individual will perceive it differently while getting deeper into it. Take it like a trip towardsRead More
The Great Old Ones - Tekeli-Li / support black metal

Posted On November 21, 2014By LifeloverIn Albums, Atmospheric/Avant-garde

The Great Old Ones – Tekeli-Li

“The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown”, said the one and only horror writer H.P. Lovecraft. This man has been an influence to many, particularly The Great Old Ones who have dedicated a musical sub-genre to his novels – “Lovecraftian black metal.” Wondering how Lovecraftian black metal would sound may not bring any definite answers unless you enter the transcendental world that  The Great Old Ones’ tunes emanate from. Their second full-length “Tekeli-Li” continues the obscure adventure,Read More