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Reviews Week 17 - 2018

29.04.18

WORMLIGHT - WRATH OF THE WILDS

Wormlight - Wrath of the Wilds Dice 5

Black Lion Records, 25.04.18
Wormlight was conceived under the name Unhallowed in Umeå, Sweden in 2014. The line-up was somewhat turbulent at first, and the band changed both lyrical themes and names whence the crew eventually began to stabilize later that year.
Thereafter, the band released two EPs in 2014 and 2015 before they now present 55 minutes of melodic black metal that enrapture quite well.
The Swedish quartet deliver lots of flaming melody with nifty flow and ditto moods, and they succeed in impressing me with their first full length.

barbed wire
27.04.18

KZOHH - RYE. FLEAS. CHRISMON. & 26

KZOHH - Rye. Fleas. Chrismon. & 26 Dice 4

Ashen Dominion, 26.04.18
On the same day, two albums of Ukrainian KZOHH are released. The re-release of their sophomore album, originally released in 2015, and their brand new album.
The only information I had about Rye. Fleas. Chrismon. when these words were initially written, was dry as dust technical data. When forced to guess, my imagination ran wild. I figure that's just as well.
The album with the strange name 26, in turn, is hot off the pressing plant. It only has two songs, but they are lengthy.


barbed wire
25.04.18

WALLACHIA - MONUMENTAL HERESY

Wallachia - Monumental Heresy Dice 5

Debemur Morti Productions, 13.04.18
Norwegian Wallachia was formed in 1992 by Lars Stavdal. With a mood of majestic gothic vampirism and symphonic appearance, in addition to extensive use of exceptional vocals effects in the early years, Wallachia has always distinguished itself as an isolated anomaly in the Norwegian black metal scene.
As you might know, Bram Stoker's main inspiration for Dracula, was Vlad “the impaler” Ţepeş, the most notorious sovereign prince of the Romanian region and former principality Wallachia, located between the Carpathians and Transylvania.

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