Dreary Monday to you all, dear Aristocratic readers!
As you would have probably understood, your dear Webzine’s staff is not only fond of trvely black music, and with this very update you’ll be able to have a glimpse of how wide the range of our tastes can be.
Navigating through the underground seas of the Italian metal panorama, Elisunn has found the new album of No Man Eyes very interesting, with its wisely mixed pastiche of Progressive Metal with various influences, whilst LordPist has listened to the first demo of the Southern-Italian Post-/Black Metal band Párodos and, well, just know that we’ll be keeping an eye on them!
Speaking of international works, on the other hand, Vlakorados-sensei has reviewed the last effort of the Swiss Penfield, with their experimental mixture of Progressive Rock, Fusion and Electronic, and our Mourning has examined the last album of the Norwegian blacksters Mistur and, brace yourselves, it’s going to be in his Top 5 for this year!
That’s all for this week, dear friends, and remember: feel free to get in touch with us through our social media channels and/or through our page!