VADIKAN Farewell cover 450

DRUKNROLL Doomed Love cover 450

CREPUSCOLO You Tomb Cover 450

OBSCURA QALMA From The Sheol To The Apeiron cover 450

MIRIUM I Am Free cover 450

SHAME YOURSELF Driving Force cover 1500

SYMPHONY OF SYMBOLS Historiocriticism Cover 450

OMEGA DIATRIBE Trinity Cover 450

DRUKNROLL Unbalanced Cover 450


CODE NOIR Burn Card 450

LEGION OF WOLVES Bringers Of The Dark Sleep cover CD

1000DEAD 1000DeadCD

DRUKNROLL Bad Math 450

ARKANA CODE Brutal Conflict450

FROM THE SHORES Of Apathy cover 450

SMYTE Paradise Lost

Metal Scrap Compilation 9 Witchery Flames Of Underground Lust


aeternus prophet   exclusion of non dominated material

ex animo   neverday

druknroll   in the game

full MIND AFFLICTION Into The Void

Pest Webzine

Second full-length album from this Ukrainian band founded in 2010; 4 years apart from their debut album, this new one offers 10 tracks in a bit over 50 minutes of playing time. Their music as described by the label, is old-school raw Black Death Metal a la Novembers Doom, Rotting Christ, Sceptic Flesh, Belphegor, and Behemoth, but unfortunately this is far, far from the mentioned bands in terms of both composition and intensity. Aeternus Prophet's music is mostly slow to mid-paced, almost lazy sounding I might say, with an acute lack of brutality in it, maybe except for the vicious vocals but that's not enough to make it a successful Extreme Metal material. I've listened to a couple of tracks from their debut album, too, in order to compare them, and indeed, the band progressed, it's more credible and intense now, but not enough to impress nowadays when the above mentioned bands are continuously struggling to reach new and new levels of brutality and technicality. All lyrics are in their native tongue, so for countrymates they could be a good addition to the whole (if they are interesing enough), but for the rest I don't think this album will make any difference at all. Sorry, it sound too stale even for an Old-School Extreme Metal release, I wouldn't have been mad about it in the '90's either...

Adrian (http://pestwebzine.com/)


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