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STRIBORG
STRIBORG
Spiritual Catharsis
(Satanath Records)
72:36min

STRIBORG is an Australian one-man raw atmospheric Black Metal project with uncountable releases since he began in 1997. I believe this project is well known to everyone who is more into raw, slightly depressive and atmospheric Black Metal. STRIBORG is best described with: immolating, cold, harsh, bitter and disintegrating. The sound and the lyrics reflect his interest in forests, death and misanthropy. He uses quite a lot different kind of soundscapes to let fractures of his surroundings take place in the music. Like a didgeridoo or different sound bodies. “Spiritual Catharsis” becomes a unique experience through the experimentation on the whole record. STRIBORG moves from simple and raw Black Metal to transcendental and noise Black Metal, but he does it so subtle and smooth you don’t feel like he just puts pattern onto pattern. His harsh voice always reminds you that this is all about the abyss of his feelings but the music builds the frame of how this abyss is created and in which environment. That’s good songwriting in my ears. I can’t say I heard all of his records but this one is a paradigm of how one can transform his or her inner evil into raw but still touching bitterness. Check: www.facebook.com/striborg666, www.satanath.com

Spitzl

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