Year

2020

https://embed.spotify.com/?uri= spotify:track:4bdM4bfehSCmadpPNidOBM Éons If you think on the term 'noise orchestra' while looking at the coverart for this album, you'll get an insight into what cosmic chaos lies behind Indian godly imagery. A sound that is terrifying, unstructured, wild and noisy, but also captivating and utterly fascinating. This is an album whose noise entrances like gamalan, sucking you deeper and deeper. You'll only know what happened after it's 2 hour(!) runtime ends and you're left in deafening silence once again. https://embed.spotify.com/?uri= spotify:track:76Tb84wHrpORaD07msRUei Ascension This album does what you want from relentless though melodic-post-black. It's nothing new in terms of sound or songwriting, but not everything has to be different. It just has to be good. And this album is a great entry to a great genre! https://embed.spotify.com/?uri= spotify:track:5lhmyKnfEJdgY57uk5FXRo Bloem It's no secret by now that I absolutely love everything these guys do, and their newest album Bloem is no different; taking another small stap towards the more melodic with even incorperating horn sections and choirs. The melodies on this record give me goosebumps without holding back on the blastbeats. This is what a man needs.