Murg – Strävan

I have never heard of Murg before. And that’s a pity because their third offspring made quite an impression on me. Hailing from Sweden this band manages to offer an intriguing sound were aggression and atmosphere go hand in hand. Maybe band is the wrong word because this band consists of two members: Varghel and […]

Numenorean – Adore

Canadian post-black metal entourage Numenorean left a deep and long lasting impression with their 2016 debut release Home. In the crowded genre of (depressive) post-black, they differentiated themselves with a record that stuck, hooked and was there to stay. Instead of sinking into the quagmire of mediocre ‘music by the mile’ that post-black can be(come), […]

Barshasketh – Barshasketh

Originally started by Krigest as one man project things really became serious when he relocated from New Zealand to Scotland and assembled a full band. This is the fourth strike of Barshasketh and the sheer quality makes me curious of its previous albums. And what are we treated upon in this self-titled album? Uncompromising Black […]