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Insulter’s Altar – Devastating the Original Sin (Independent, 2019)

  • How it sounds: through a Kampfar lens, traces of thrashing inferno and De Mysteriis riffage, ridge-like lines riffs, hints of dissonance, slightly flirting with ritual atmosphere, rehearsal atmosphere, gnarly vocals
  • How it feels: assimilated are the pillars of Norsk Svart Metall, a drakkar moving steadily through ice covered seas, furious, turbulent, great tape cover and logo
  • Sounds like: Kampfar, Ondskapt, Tsjuder, Norsk Svart Metall
  • Shortcomings: oscillating songwriting quality, not reaching their full potential
  • Verdict: Kind of a tour-de-force of the ideal late ’90s Norse sound, somewhat like Tsjuder had done in Desert Northern Hell. The 2 tracks that appeared first (Desecration of the Light and Queen of Flesh) remain the best of the bunch. Good potential, it being their first demo and all.


02 Sep 2019


Tags: black metal   finland   2019
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