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KIYAMAT
KIYAMAT
Prepare For War
(self-financed)
20:19min

"Prepare For War" is the first demo by this evil horde hailing from the unholy pits of Singaporean Hell. Ian Kiyamat is now the only remaining dark soul and if I am right he recorded all the stuff by himself. To capture the true essence of darkness the material was recorded on a 8 track machine. So a raw and evil sound is guaranteed. After an unholy intro KIYAMAT starts off with 'Restless' which is a midpaced blackened hymn. Some wolves howls can also be heard at the beginning and the end of the track. It has some spirit of old GRAVELAND stuff. 'Kingdom Crusuade' is a midtempo banger with some faster sections as well. A nice blackish hymn is also 'Infernal Flames Of Hell'. A little unusual because of the raw contents of this demo is the fourth track 'Mystic Dreams'. The song features synth parts which are omnipresent the whole track and it's quite melodic as well. The final and title track 'Prepare For War' is a raw and fast anthem again. All in all a nice piece of black art which should appeal to black hearts out there who are into exotic bands as well. Give them a try. www.kiyamat.tk.

Michael Oelschlegel

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