Behind the mysticism of the Cemetery Glow
I’ve been getting lots and lots of promo materials from Iron Bonehead Productions lately and time, being such a nasty bitch has prevented me from checking every single one of them in peace. However, while trying to find the balance in between everyday chaos and freedom to relax, I somehow managed to get my hands on a never heard before act such as Light Of The Morning Star.
For an uncertain reason, though, when I glanced at the cover artwork, I thought I would hear some generic symphonic black metal stuff that has been out more times than one says “fuck” in his entire life but I was so wrong.
To my fortunate surprise, Light Of The Morning Star’s debut EP “Cemetery Glow” turned out to be a pleasant experimental fusion that blends darkwave and atmospheric black metal. The end result is exciting and definely adds yet another shade to the rich palette of extreme metal sub-genres. Make sure to listen to the first out of 3 tracks titled “An Empty Hearse.”
As to the mastermind behind this act, very little is known. What I could manage to find out is that possibly it’s run by one man whose identity is covered deeply in darkness.
1. An Empty Hearse
2. Black Throne Ascension