Thursday, December 31, 2009
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Posted by Khaos at 6:10 PM
download: mp3@320kbps | flac 1/2
Posted by Khaos at 1:27 PM
Tuesday, December 29, 2009
Basically the band sounds like they’re fucking around, but it’s not half bad, give it a listen!
2009 - Shark's Breath / Bluish
download both here [both are 128kbps]
Posted by Khaos at 1:46 PM
Sunday, December 27, 2009
A new brand of black metal - Think an Insrumental Bone Awl thrown into a blender with Mono and Health and top it of the glimmering desolate guitar atmosphere of White Metal all packaged in one odd colorful package.
download: mp3@320kbps / flac
Posted by Khaos at 11:58 PM
Saturday, December 26, 2009
I'm usually not that crazy for music like this, but probably because of all of the festivities I'm in the mood for some accessible folky black metal and what better choice than the new Nokturnal Mortum.
Posted by Khaos at 8:45 PM
Friday, December 25, 2009
Posted by Khaos at 6:04 PM
Thursday, December 24, 2009
Posted by Khaos at 5:34 PM
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Posted by Khaos at 11:40 PM
Monday, December 21, 2009
" Ranging from blistering black metal to astmospheric, cold synth peices, to acoustic reprises throughout, this work a transcendental journey through the futility of existence. Such is portrayed through the complete darkness and cold isolation of ambience, and melancholy atmospheres layered upon experimental and avant-garde riffing. Surreal depth and substance surrounds this release, detatching the listener from reality, entering the violent chaos of opposites that defines the very universe... "
Just in a few words: Pure and extremely unique Black Metal holocaust. An essential stuff!
1. Intro - 01:30
2. From The Forest Depths - 05:32
3. Beyond The Vast Cold - 08:56
4. Black Clairvoyance - 10:41
5. Through Endless Ages - 00:30
6. Aut Vincere Aut Mori - 02:03
7. Among The Temple Ruins - 06:06
8. Catacombs of the Mausoleum - 03:38
9. In Darkness - 09:13
10. Outro - 03:10
Total playing time: 51:24
Download / Info / Buy / MySpace
Posted by Varg at 2:59 PM
This was actually recorded quite a while before "Dawnland". It was actually working on this that made me branch off and do Avulse. I felt that it was too "straightforward" to be what I wanted Auspicium to be. So I set it aside for almost a year and then returned to it recently. Musically, its Black Metal, plain and simple. Lyrics about mass genocide and human idiocy co-inside with the ones about the ocean and forests. Faster than anything else Auspicium has done. Not to fret, there are touches of the atmosphere and general oddfuckery that endears or alienates people to Auspicium.
There's even a Simon and Garfunkel cover.
I only made a few of these, and they all sold out. I'll repost this when I press more.
Posted by Last Sun's Light at 2:07 AM
Sunday, December 20, 2009
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Posted by Khaos at 6:44 PM
Thursday, December 17, 2009
Another new New England band. Holy shit this is some great stuff. Really fucking raw, fuzzy, production. Its got some LLN feel in parts. Imagine listening to Lurker of Chalice (or Leviathan) out of broken speakers, while on acid and morphine simultaneously. They are planning on releasing a split with Sangre Y Terra this year. I for one can't wait for that, and the hope that it would be in physical release because, if they improve on this release, it will be spectacular.
2009 - Flesh and Fear
Posted by Last Sun's Light at 2:02 AM
Wednesday, December 16, 2009
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Posted by Khaos at 6:08 PM
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Posted by Khaos at 6:06 PM
Monday, December 14, 2009
Posted by Khaos at 6:02 PM
Sunday, December 13, 2009
Posted by Khaos at 5:58 PM
Saturday, December 12, 2009
Posted by Khaos at 5:55 PM
The point of this blog has always been to broach new music to fans of black metal. So I sometimes get mail from bands asking me to post releases of theirs up here. I gladly do this. Sangre Y Tierra is one of these bands. Its one guy, who also happens to be in Frontier (who I will be posting material from shortly). Musically, its raw with a strong underlying melodic current. It seems to be influenced by Bekhira, DSO, and Просинец. The vocals would not sound out of place on a DSBM album, as they are tortured howls. I think this is a great first release and has some great unorthidox elements. Enjoy, hellions!
Posted by Last Sun's Light at 2:08 AM
Thursday, December 10, 2009
Posted by Khaos at 6:30 PM
Filthy, dirty, drunken beastial black metal punk shit. Leaks out your ass like yesterday's dinner of nachos and gin. I had a lot of fun making this one, nights of blasting Bathory and Von, while drinking Maker's Mark. This might be the last thing I do for a while with Avulse. I wouldn't say enjoy it. Throw back a couple bourbons, drink some beer, and decide for yourself.
Sold out in preorder, check ebay
Posted by Last Sun's Light at 5:04 PM
Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Posted by Khaos at 5:44 PM
Tuesday, December 8, 2009
Posted by Khaos at 6:00 PM
Monday, December 7, 2009
This is an very enjoyable and awesome monster release! From doom-ish and funeral melodies to a mid-tempo sound, this is Licht Erlischt..., a one man project from Norway. Definitely a must have for all Depressive/Funeral/Doom Black Metal fans! Mandatory!
1. The Vaultventurer - 10:28
2. A Passage - 07:01
3. Await the Overarching Blow - 03:55
4. Radiance - 07:21
5. The Offshore Oaks - 10:47
Total playing time: 45:00
Download or Download / Info / Buy / MySpace
Posted by Varg at 4:23 PM
Sunday, December 6, 2009
We have here another great split! If You know Alcest, You know also what to expect. And be sure, that You will not be disappointed! Les Discrets was untill now to me an mysterious band. But I was wrong when I thought that they are new on the scene or too underground. No, they are simply genious! To be honest with You all, if You like Alcest and some very good Shoegaze, then You will need to buy this piece of art! Mandatory as water in the desert!
1. L'Échappée - 04:11
2. Après l'Ombre (Exclusive) - 06:39
3. Song for Mountains (Demo) (Exclusive) - 06:39
4. Percées de Lumière - 06:32
5. Circe Poisoning The Sea (Exclusive) - 03:03
Total playing time: 27:04
Download or Download / Info / Buy: CD or Vinyl / MySpace & MySpace
Posted by Varg at 3:18 PM
Saturday, December 5, 2009
This is an very well done split by this two known master bands. Wedard's part: very powerful, atmospheric and simply beautiful. Nocturnal Depression's part: long, melancholic and rhythmic, with very strong and raspy vocals! Be sure to get this! Recommended!
1. Helion - Beyond the Light - 07:41
2. Universe in Mirror - 08:00
3. When Darkness Cover my Soul - 19:56
Total playing time: 35:39
Download or Download / Info / Buy / MySpace & MySpace
Posted by Varg at 7:51 PM
Friday, December 4, 2009
buy here: EU + rest of the world, US: crepusculonegro[at]live.com
Posted by Khaos at 5:45 PM
In my opinion the best compilation this year, unfortunately I think it’s sold out, it comes with a zine and is limited to 400 copies.
Posted by Khaos at 3:13 PM
Thursday, December 3, 2009
For those interested the band features members of Korgonthurus and Horna.
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Posted by Khaos at 7:00 PM
Wednesday, December 2, 2009
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