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« Reply #495 on: August 16, 2019, 05:53:56 PM »

have to agree with the above for the most part.. although i have enjoyed death worship as of late. a shame, 'cause this kind of bm can be some of my favourite musick when done right.. i guess the style became too codified, or something.

The Death Worship debut ep was really good, but I never listened to their full length.  The Asian war metal scene is really strong right now, though - lots of noise influence in their work.  They manage to avoid a lot of the generic war metal stylings of many bands, yet remain appealing to the genre's roots.
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« Reply #496 on: August 16, 2019, 09:04:33 PM »

some Ildjarny stuff, along with some power-violence hardcorey stuff (wish there was more).  is there much black metal like the first track or two?  members in a hardcore band too?

https://nykta.gr/album/blood-poetry
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« Reply #497 on: August 16, 2019, 09:19:16 PM »

While far closer to the hc end of the spectrum, City Hunter hit some similar notes
https://youthattack.bandcamp.com/album/deep-blood

Ritual Knife too
https://ritual-knife.bandcamp.com/

Bone Awl still hold the title though.

Lately just been down in a hole with Grausamkeit, Rost Orchester, Totale Vernichtung, and Beherit.
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« Reply #498 on: August 16, 2019, 10:22:34 PM »

While far closer to the hc end of the spectrum, City Hunter hit some similar notes
https://youthattack.bandcamp.com/album/deep-blood

Ritual Knife too
https://ritual-knife.bandcamp.com/

Bone Awl still hold the title though.

Lately just been down in a hole with Grausamkeit, Rost Orchester, Totale Vernichtung, and Beherit.
Oh yeah.  City Hunter.  Blogged and Quartered had that on their top of 2018 list.  Bone Awl isn't as literal, for lack of a better way to put it, as those Hatespirit tracks.
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« Reply #499 on: August 25, 2019, 03:11:18 PM »

Anyone know anything about Irkallian Oracle? I really liked the last album, great drum sound for sure, and that was almost 4 years ago. I know that “caverncore” isn’t what it used to be in terms of popularity but that band is top notch.
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« Reply #500 on: August 28, 2019, 02:50:05 AM »

For anyone interested, a track from Diabolus Flagellation, a project between myself and Witchcraft members that's paying homage to the South American style of BM:  https://m.soundcloud.com/reptilewomb/diabolus-flagellation-sodomy-in-pentagram
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« Reply #501 on: August 28, 2019, 03:02:51 PM »

For anyone interested, a track from Diabolus Flagellation, a project between myself and Witchcraft members that's paying homage to the South American style of BM:  https://m.soundcloud.com/reptilewomb/diabolus-flagellation-sodomy-in-pentagram

this is a ripper
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« Reply #502 on: September 11, 2019, 05:19:33 PM »

https://elderbloodproductions.bigcartel.com/

"Shanhai is a series demonstration of potentially hidden myth regarding epic legends in ancient mythology. A clandestine pagan folklore first-ever written from the stand point of notorious nemeses, who often depicted as the villains in most official historical documents/records. The album would now illustrate these untold ingredients with unique perspective while re-presenting with the purest underground sound in black metal.
While the simple-yet-profound debut “Gloomy Night Stories” provides primitive and aggressive punches in the face; In “Moon” one would be surrounded by the toxic taste within those ghastly, ritual atmospheres; and then the mechanical, cold apocalyptic “Nüwa” infuses with strong Sc-fi approaches regarding ancient alien bio-invasion to human evolution. “Shanhai” in fact, consists inherently sort of a “fusional compound” of those above while some majestic momentum also added to the mix. It would unequivocally mark the most monumental period over the band’s two decades span.


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« Reply #503 on: September 24, 2019, 05:43:27 PM »

I have been listening to a lot of Flooded Church of Asmodeus material on youtube lately, and keep becoming more impressed by this band.  It is really refreshing to hear black metal that is not simply fast, tremolo riffs, and the noise elements are infused very naturally as well.  I really need to get some physical copies of their music...
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« Reply #504 on: September 24, 2019, 06:23:54 PM »

I have been listening to a lot of Flooded Church of Asmodeus material on youtube lately, and keep becoming more impressed by this band.  It is really refreshing to hear black metal that is not simply fast, tremolo riffs, and the noise elements are infused very naturally as well.  I really need to get some physical copies of their music...

the demo is the best by far IMO, but you can't go wrong with any of the albums either.
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« Reply #505 on: September 24, 2019, 07:41:30 PM »

I have been listening to a lot of Flooded Church of Asmodeus material on youtube lately, and keep becoming more impressed by this band.  It is really refreshing to hear black metal that is not simply fast, tremolo riffs, and the noise elements are infused very naturally as well.  I really need to get some physical copies of their music...

the demo is the best by far IMO, but you can't go wrong with any of the albums either.

I have been unable to listen to that one as of yet, because no one has been so kind as to post it online in its entirety.  I will check it out if I get a chance, and will give the tracks that I can find a deeper listen - thanks!  From what it sounds like, they have never had a really bad release.
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« Reply #506 on: September 26, 2019, 07:06:07 AM »

I have been listening to a lot of Flooded Church of Asmodeus material on youtube lately, and keep becoming more impressed by this band.  It is really refreshing to hear black metal that is not simply fast, tremolo riffs, and the noise elements are infused very naturally as well.  I really need to get some physical copies of their music...

Yeah but fast tremolo riffs is what 2nd wave black metal is and what I and, I assume, most metalheads want to hear when they think of black metal. It's absolutely OK such crossovers exist but for instance I have no interest in hearing noise-infused BM as I don't think those genres go well together, and I also don't think making noisy music was what those musicians wanted to create in the first place? It came later as an aesthetic trend that turned into some ridiculous statement. Yeah, I'm being judgemental (of the artists, not of you!)

If you like FCOA, you should have a listen to Gonkulator if you haven't yet.
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« Reply #507 on: September 26, 2019, 05:01:06 PM »

I have been listening to a lot of Flooded Church of Asmodeus material on youtube lately, and keep becoming more impressed by this band.  It is really refreshing to hear black metal that is not simply fast, tremolo riffs, and the noise elements are infused very naturally as well.  I really need to get some physical copies of their music...

Yeah but fast tremolo riffs is what 2nd wave black metal is and what I and, I assume, most metalheads want to hear when they think of black metal. It's absolutely OK such crossovers exist but for instance I have no interest in hearing noise-infused BM as I don't think those genres go well together, and I also don't think making noisy music was what those musicians wanted to create in the first place? It came later as an aesthetic trend that turned into some ridiculous statement. Yeah, I'm being judgemental (of the artists, not of you!)

If you like FCOA, you should have a listen to Gonkulator if you haven't yet.

I definitely like good tremolo riffs in black metal, and it surely forms an essential element of the genre.  It is always nice, though, to hear some exceptions to the norm.  For instance, Paysage d'Hiver plays some really heavy and slow riffs that are definitely black, but without tremolo.

I have heard a few people mention Gonkulator in conjunction with Flooded Church of Asmodeus, so I will have to check them out.
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« Reply #508 on: September 27, 2019, 07:51:00 AM »

I have been listening to a lot of Flooded Church of Asmodeus material on youtube lately, and keep becoming more impressed by this band.  It is really refreshing to hear black metal that is not simply fast, tremolo riffs, and the noise elements are infused very naturally as well.  I really need to get some physical copies of their music...

Yeah but fast tremolo riffs is what 2nd wave black metal is and what I and, I assume, most metalheads want to hear when they think of black metal. It's absolutely OK such crossovers exist but for instance I have no interest in hearing noise-infused BM as I don't think those genres go well together, and I also don't think making noisy music was what those musicians wanted to create in the first place? It came later as an aesthetic trend that turned into some ridiculous statement. Yeah, I'm being judgemental (of the artists, not of you!)

If you like FCOA, you should have a listen to Gonkulator if you haven't yet.

I definitely like good tremolo riffs in black metal, and it surely forms an essential element of the genre.  It is always nice, though, to hear some exceptions to the norm.  For instance, Paysage d'Hiver plays some really heavy and slow riffs that are definitely black, but without tremolo.

I have heard a few people mention Gonkulator in conjunction with Flooded Church of Asmodeus, so I will have to check them out.
You definitely also must check out Ride For Revenge and Black Mass of Absu. The early material from Barathrum might be up your alley too.
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« Reply #509 on: September 27, 2019, 11:58:46 AM »

anyone mentioned that ravenzang album/reissued demo (?)? listened yesterday, really good stuff - one of those bands just has that atmosphere that is hard to define. seems like their label/circle zwartkunst smederij is generally doing good stuff if you like this kind of traditional european approach.
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