Search


Categories

Latest updates...

ROTHEADS - review
(February 15, 2018)
PHRENELITH - review
(February 15, 2018)
RIOT - review
(February 15, 2018)
CRUCIFYRE - review
(February 15, 2018)
MALICE - review
(February 14, 2018)
RAPTURE - review
(February 09, 2018)
DESTRUCTION - review
(February 09, 2018)
DESTRUCTION - review
(February 09, 2018)
HOBBS ANGEL OF DEATH - review
(February 09, 2018)
DESTRUCTION - review
(February 09, 2018)
DESTRUCTION - review
(February 09, 2018)
DESTRUCTION - review
(February 09, 2018)
DESTRUCTION - review
(February 09, 2018)
DEFENESTRATION - review
(February 08, 2018)
MASTER / DEHUMAN - review
(February 07, 2018)
STILLBORN - review
(February 07, 2018)
SAVAGE ANNIHILATION - review
(February 06, 2018)
ORDER TO RUIN - review
(February 05, 2018)
MESSIAH - review
(February 04, 2018)
DESTRUCTION - review
(February 02, 2018)
MESSIAH - review
(February 02, 2018)
CELESTERRE - review
(February 02, 2018)
LABYRINTH ENTRANCE - review
(January 31, 2018)
TRANSILVANIA - review
(January 31, 2018)

BLACK LORD
BLACK LORD
Black Ritual Forest
(Tribulacion Productions / Satanath Records)
36:42min

Mexico breeds filthy, putrid Black Metal that gets caught between your teeth and worms its way down your throat eventually. You can always expect a madness, an atmosphere, and a love for Metal. BLACK LORD starts off with a bang after the Intro with 'Spiritual War', setting the tempo for the rest of the album. The throbbing rhythms chug along with a triumphant kick in the crotch. 'Lord Of The Night' gurgles and spits its way through a muddy, murky bath of acid. 'Black Bird' snaps your neck as it wraps its gelatinous coils around you. The galloping 'Dreaming In The Eternal Force' inspires pure chaos and mind-numbing destruction. 'Moonlight' slows it down a little for about a minute and a half until it too kicks into gear. 'Sometimes Sacred' lurches forward at the speed of a thousand raging spirits. By now, you get the idea. If you like your Black Metal loud, filthy and chaotic, BLACK LORD is probably for you. Their debut album "Black Ritual Forest" looks to be a promising start to a hopefully long career in melting our eardrums till they bleed. I raise my horns in the air to salute you, BLACK LORD. For more info, check out www.facebook.com/black-lord-744666732282274, www.tribulacionproductions.com, www.satanath.com

David Simonton

< back   |   print   |   report errors   |   order from Amazon.de   |   order from Amazon.com



© 2000 - 2017 - Voices From The Darkside   |   Page origin: Dec. 04, 2000