Monday, September 2, 2013

Auspicium/Sangre Y Tierra - somewhere, I hear the falling dawn

So after knowing Marv from Sangre Y Tierra for almost 6 years now, we finally decided to do a split release. Two new tracks per artist. Auspicium features a pretty straightforward black metal track and a drone track, while Sangre Y Tierra delivers two powerful drone/ambient tracks.

Sunday, September 1, 2013

And one final note for today....

As part of this having the internet again thing, I have uploaded the entire Auspicium catalog to bandcamp. If you for whatever reason want to listen (maybe you hate yourself I don't know), go for it:

Banewreaker - Banewreaker

Ferocious blackened crustcore! This is fucking tight. These dudes from Oregon are doing it right when so many other bands miss out on one part of the equation or the other. Well done.

Circsena - Circsena

A German band that sounds like a lighter version of Agalloch circa Pale Folklore and The Mantle, singing songs about dryads murdering humans out of revenge and confused dryad princesses? Yeah, that's pretty much the story. But whereas on paper you might shake your head and utter sounds of disgust, the actual music is pretty damn good. It definitely owes a HUGE debt to Agalloch, as the opening salvo of I Am Here shows.But Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. If you are into the style, definitely check this one out.

P.S. The art may be the cheesiest/worst/lamest I've seen in a while, but it doesn't distract too much if you don't look at it...

Kaneq - Spectral Walls of Captivity

Hey cumquats. We finally have internet again. Lots of cool shit to share with you. Lets start with Kaneq. In the words of the man himself:

"Kaneq is a one man Native American black metal project hailing from the Sacaton Native American Reservation in Arizona, USA. Spectral Walls of Captivity is the debut album."

This is the third NABM record we've received here (the prior being Frontier and Sangre Y Tierra), and while it doesn't match up to those bands in Originality or execution, it is very good atmospheric/depressive black metal. My one complaint is that its trying too hard to sound "nordic." If your culture inspires you enough to note it on your email, try to include it in the music. Other than that, this is pretty fucking cool.

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