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Blut Aus Nord - Deus Salutis Meæ

7.5 | 97 votes |
Release date: 28 October 2017
Style: Atmospheric black metal, Industrial metal


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01. δημιουργός
02. Chorea Macchabeorum
03. Impius
04. γνῶσις
05. Apostasis
06. Abisme
07. Revelatio
08. ἡσυχασμός
09. Ex Tenebrae Lucis
10. Métanoïa

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A new Blut Aus Nord album inevitably raises anticipation high among black metal fans. Why is this, exactly?

published 21.10.2017 | Comments (29)

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29.10.2017 - 14:35
Rating: 9
God Alone

I've read somewhere that this is just mindless noise and below the band's standards. It could fit for MoRT perhaps, sans the improper "mindless" tag, but this? I'm hearing a lot of great mind-bending riffs in true BaN fashion, of course it's dissonant but also entirely memorable and guess what, even enjoyable all the way through. Production-wise might be their best one, sounds huge and towering and just fucking glorious. My only complaint might be its short duration, only 30 minutes (minus the interludes), but it's so intense I feel like I've listened to two albums simultaneously.
30.10.2017 - 21:13
always right
^ MoRT is fucking amazing. It has way more emotional impact than this one. Not that either are "below the bands standards" or "mindless noise", but I would never say that this one even gets close to MoRT. It's good and parts are pretty phenomenal (Abisme), the production is also pretty amazing. But it lacks weight, though I don't know how they would achieve it necessarily
You are the hammer, I am the nail
building a house in the fire on the hill
16.08.2018 - 22:59
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This should be here as its their first video

27.02.2019 - 12:26
Rating: 6

How is this 7.7 and mv3 7.5. okay im much more inclined towards the atm black rather than industrial bm of BAN but this album is really bad.
you can never guess what is going on in vindsvals wicked mind.
13.08.2019 - 18:32
Black Knight
Gave a few spins to this album but it is clearly that it ranks among the weaker albums of BaN's discography but it does have a few good tunes. The industrial period of BaN has always been the highpoint of Vindsval, the 777 trilogy and TWWTG remain this band's masterpieces.

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