Black Metal



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Posted by Lucas, 08.10.2007 - 09:40
Continuation of the (at times) great thread by Damnated.

Last thing mentioned was the LLN *sigh, again*, and SVEST.
05.04.2016 - 22:01
LordΔgni

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06.07.2016 - 19:23
Mikesb81
I need help figuring out a band's name. I saw their video on YouTube. The opening is an aerial shot going along a riverbed, the band is on some rocks in the middle of said river. The music was slow to mid tempo, and best described as somewhere between death and black metal. I want to say the band name started with A, but I could be wrong. Any help is appreciated!
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17.08.2016 - 14:16
Lvx
Hello !

We are BVDK, we come from France.

Combining Youth, Space, Gods, Party and 90's /2000's Movies, B.V.D.K is the meeting of modern humans, mystical kings and futuristic machines. Delivering Electronic Blast-Beats and Synths, IDM breaks, Black Metal riffing, alongside with Post-Rock and Screamo flavours, we are trying to create an emotionnal and original music. B.V.D.K is the link between hours spend on video games, mojitos at twilight, and ancient galactic entities and connections.

Two songs from our EP " Virgin Summer " :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHdxqwcLrxU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9gGxrnVc5o

We will record an album soon (La Main Noire Studio = Deluge, D.C.A...), which will be called " Architecture of Future Tribes ".

Have a good listening

https://www.facebook.com/BVDKvlt/
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30.08.2016 - 16:44
Auba
Pre-Order: http://monotonstudio.tictail.com/product/cepheide-respire-cs-pre-order

Easily one of the best atmospheric black metal recordings of 2015, soon available (again) as a limited cassette edition via Monotonstudio. LP Version released by Fallen Empire Records (one of my favorite labels) in August 2016.

Fans of winding, dramatic black metal take heed.

Listen: https://monotonstudiorecords.bandcamp.com/album/respire-cs

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30.08.2016 - 16:45
Auba
Pre-Order: http://monotonstudio.tictail.com/product/torrid-husk-end-swallow-matewan-cs-pre-order

Full-length split between Torrid Husk (USA) and End (GR).

EU releases on Arcane Angels (vinyl) and Monotonstudio Records (cassette). US release on Grimoire Records (digital, CD, cassette).

The split has been in the making for a couple of years, both bands admiring the other's distinctive contribution to black metal.

Torrid Husk's wild, densely layered style evokes the forested mountains that they come from; the combination of extreme tempos, vicious death metal drumming and intricate guitars painting a harsh landscape. This is their first recording with a second guitarist - new member Miles Craft - whose presence brings striking intricacy to the guitar lines. Blending atmospheric black metal with the pummeling intensity of technical death metal, Torrid Husk's side will appeal to fans of Abyssal, Krallice and Anicon.

On side B, End crafts a uniquely Hellenic blend of atmospheric black metal infused with Nordic influences, at times reminiscent of Celtic Frost and Carpathian Forest. Their veteran line-up includes members of Nechochwen, Dephosphorous and Ravencult. In a nod to the old gods of extreme metal, their side closes with a unique interpretation of the 1983 Amebix song 'Winter'.

Comprising of three weighty tracks from each band, Swallow Matewan is a deep experience. The churning seas on the album cover evoke the shared turbulence that each band brings to their style; riffs tumble and tear at each other over relentless and intricate drumming, and vocals from both are harsh and sharp as an ocean gale. Both bands understand the importance of the eye of the storm, however; delicate moments of respite punctuate both sides of the split, allowing just enough time for the next bout of brutality to hit just as hard as the last.

Released by Torrid Husk's long time label Grimoire Records, the split has a clearness enabled by their excellent in-house mastering. It is Grimoire's first release, however, that wasn't entirely recorded and produced in-house: while Torrid Husk and Grimoire label head Noel Mueller returned to the same secluded cabin in which they recorded 2014's Caesious, End recorded their side at home in Greece. This displacement of setting only serves to highlight the two bands' affinity, as the two sides flow together impeccably in spite of it.

Listen to one track of each band: https://monotonstudiorecords.bandcamp.com/album/swallow-matewan-split-cs

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30.08.2016 - 21:09
no one
For some reason bands that spam metal forums make me not want to check them out
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31.08.2016 - 03:30
Vombatus
Potorro
Written by no one on 30.08.2016 at 21:09

For some reason bands that spam metal forums make me not want to check them out


Haha, totally. I don't know if they actually expect people to check their stuff but when a random person just signs up to spam links and random descriptions of bands no one heard about, it's clearly not the way to appeal in the oversaturated internet world.
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03.09.2016 - 21:54
Bad English
Masterchief
Written by no one on 30.08.2016 at 21:09

For some reason bands that spam metal forums make me not want to check them out


disagree, somehow I check if band is good and put info and effort to check them out
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Stormtroopers of Death - ''Speak English or Die''

I better die, because I never will learn speek english, so I choose dieing
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15.09.2016 - 06:58
Audioterror666
I think some ppl will check it out simply 'cause I do it all the time
so here it is
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5kYQFUkSUE

hellwaffe.com
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24.10.2016 - 17:41
Vombatus
Potorro
Soooo, Black Metal started in 1964. You learn something new everyday

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24.10.2016 - 20:15
moscow666
Russian folk black metal:

https://tsarinarus.bandcamp.com
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03.11.2016 - 02:47
Snoddas
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03.11.2016 - 02:49
Snoddas
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03.11.2016 - 05:31
Paw!!
Black Metal nowdays become shittier and shittierrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.
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04.11.2016 - 12:57
Music4TheSpirit
MetalForTheSpiri
It's curious how black, being one of the most kvlt and radical styles, ends up being related to experimental and non metal music

wonder if this experiments are accepted by the kvlt blackers
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04.11.2016 - 13:53
Karlabos
Weirdo of MS
Written by Music4TheSpirit on 04.11.2016 at 12:57

It's curious how black, being one of the most kvlt and radical styles, ends up being related to experimental and non metal music

wonder if this experiments are accepted by the kvlt blackers

Yep black metal really is like the jeans of music, it can blend with everything.

If by kvlt blackers you mean the 14yo guys who discovered 2nd wave black yesterday and are trying to diss everything else in order to remain "true" to the genre, then they probably don't accept... But then again they accept only 5 bands.
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04.11.2016 - 15:16
3rdWorld
The Psilosopher
Written by Karlabos on 04.11.2016 at 13:53

Yep black metal really is like the jeans of music, it can blend with everything.

True that.

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09.11.2016 - 10:50
projectomega
Hello there guys this is my project so i wish you could check it out and leave feedback in the Youtube comment section i'd like to hear what you guys think....

"Project Omega" is a 1 man band from Tbilisi, Georgia formed in 2016
Genre: Black Metal/Experimental

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/projectomegaband

Bandcamp: https://projectomega.bandcamp.com/

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFoPp4aOAXgwyFDRWpt0CUQ
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10.11.2016 - 19:57
Metren
Proggy-Froggy
My new track with my new project Dreadrealm. Going for a more icy, desolate soundscape than I can with Arcanewind. Let me know what you lovely folks think of this:


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Dreadrealm's bandcamp with free downloads: https://dreadrealm.bandcamp.com/
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13.11.2016 - 23:41
Carl L Sanders
As for promoting music by unknown artists on Boards...what's the alternative?
Keep those Links coming; eventually I'll get around to them all( until the light takes me.)
OFF-TOPIC: Pot is now legal here in CA.:thankyou:

When's that new Krieg due?
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15.11.2016 - 16:09
Metren
Proggy-Froggy
Medieval-feeling instrumental atmoblack and probably my best track so far (I like it, anyway )



As for sharing links, I agree of course, what's the alternative? As for myself, I try to check out most of the one-man-projects posted here or in the musicians corner. You never know when you're going to discover something great. That's how I discovered Hjel, after all.
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Dreadrealm's bandcamp with free downloads: https://dreadrealm.bandcamp.com/
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27.11.2016 - 07:54
Snoddas
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30.11.2016 - 14:54
Shiggy
I thought this might be of interest to Black Metal fans. There is a card game available that you can play when listening to your favorite Black Metal. The tag on the box cover reads "Adventuring in the Land of Ice, Demons, and Death!"

https://www.thegamecrafter.com/games/black-metal
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30.11.2016 - 18:31
Marduking
Good stuff!
Check this out, i see Obeisance has a now release, a split with Ordo Caper which is new to me, good stuff though.

[img]https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1147701371951355&set=pcb.1147703545284471&type=3&theater[/img]
[img]https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1147701378618021&set=pcb.1147703545284471&type=3&theater[/img]
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30.11.2016 - 19:22
no one
Spam metal
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02.01.2017 - 15:05
KasperNilsson
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02.03.2017 - 14:22
Heretic UG
BARATHRUM (FIN) "Fanatiko" Ninth full length album

Saturnal Records sets April 28th as the international release date for BARATHRUM's highly anticipated ninth album, "Fanatiko".

Formed in 1990, Barathrum are one of the founding fathers of Finnish black metal. The band's early '90s demos, and especially their first two albums - Hailstorm and Eerie, both released in 1995 - were foundational in establishing the filthy sound for which Finnish black metal is now known worldwide, and also for featuring a unique and sinister setup of two bass guitars. Barathrum would continue to be prolific during the rest of the 1990s and into the early 2000s, before quietly going on hiatus. And although posthumous collections kept the name fresh for a while, only three new songs would arrive on a split 10" in 2010, and thus flowed rumors about the state of Barathrum and whether the band was truly RIP.

Alas, the rumors have been silenced and Barathrum returns with their strongest album in nearly 20 years, Fanatiko. The band's first album in 12 years, needless to say, Fanatiko has been long in the making, but more importantly, it marks a new start for this cult. Led, as ever, by frontman Demonos Sova, the demonic pack of Barathrum have brewed eight brand-new incantations here which span the entire spectrum of the band's canon. On Fanatiko can be found traces of the shit-thick lava of their earliest albums and also the rowdy, almost-tribal heavy metal of their later years, all bound together by a truly devilish and gleefully infectious charisma that only Barathrum can deliver.

Like the proverbial phoenix, not for nothing did Barathrum record Fanatiko at Blackvox Studio, entirely on analog just like their pioneering early albums. Duly bolstered by blistering, full-bodied production which highlights their characteristically bass-heavy churn, the band sound truly re-energized here, pounding forth with an utterly raw and untamed energy that authentically harks back to their breakout albums. The trudging doom of their earliest, eeriest work benefits as much by this production choice as does the more rocking fare of latter-day albums like Legions of Perkele and Infernal. Altogether, it's a zealous whirlwind which can only spell Barathrum.

Fans old and new, expect nothing but old-school black metal mixed with hellfire and demonic ichor, now spilled out by a solidified six-piece orchestra of Hell. As on their earlier works, the trademark Barathrum sound is executed with two bass guitars, which was almost unheard of back in the day - but today, on Fanatiko, Barathrum are even more dangerous and blasphemous than EVER!

The album shall be released on both CD and vinyl LP formats, along with new merchandise sure to please all old worshipers of Barathrum. Witness the triumphant return of the beast! And it can be witnessed in visual form below with the brand-new video for "Hellspawn".



Tracklisting is as follows:

1. Hellspawn
2. Pope Corpse Tattoo
3. On The Dark River Bank
4. Sadistic Pleasure
5. Arx Satanas
6. Church Amok
7. Spirit of the Damned
8. Fanatiko

PREORDER ALBUM FROM HERETIC UNDERGROUND WEBSHOP:
https://heretic.fi/shop/index.php?main_page=advanced_search_result&search_in_description=1&keyword=FANATIKO
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https://www.heretic.fi
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