Merrimack

Merrimack – Omegaphilia Review

Merrimack – Omegaphilia Review

“The French are well-known for pushing envelopes in the black metal genre. From Deathspell Omega‘s angular tremolo attack to Blut Aus Nord‘s atonal warped melodies and bizarre trip-hop rhythms, France has proven to be a fertile breeding ground for innovative black metal. So when Paris’ Merrimack stands out by sounding Scandinavian, well, it’s gonna stick out like a sore thumb.” French missing.

VI – De Praestigiis Angelorum Review

VI – De Praestigiis Angelorum Review

VI. Yes, yet another band with a name that’s not easily Google-able, but after a month of nothing but doom and “space metal,” I decided I was due for some rather bleak, black artistry. What I didn’t know upon grabbing De Praestigiis Angelorum for review was that the band was comprised of former members of Antaeus and current members of Aosoth and The Order of Apollyon.” It’s like a French pasty full of kvlt!

Decline of the I – Rebellion Review

Decline of the I – Rebellion Review

““What fundamental biological principle gives the largest number the right to think they are preserved from error?” wrote Henri Laborit, in the past. Well, quite. Majority opinion dictates that black metal is unlistenable filth, but to the endarkened it can sound quite wonderful.” Majority rules, though the masses are asses.