#209 LOTS OF DOOM (AND SOME DEATH) | Aristocrazia Webzine


Hello everyone,

it looks like this week is gonna be doomier than ever. Bosj interviewed British band Aphonic Threnody, talking about their new album "Of Loss And Grief" and much more; a very fun chat with founding member Riccardo Veronese which every doomster out there will surely enjoy. But that's not all, since we also have a review of some sort of psych-post-drone stuff made by Wyatt E., which apparently play music for gods; I'm pretty sure there are no gods among our readers, yet you'll surely appreciate their EP.

In addition, we bring you something of a different genre as well. Kingdom's music will make you smell the smell of death itself — that's why we call it Death Metal, of course; fans of the old school side of the genre will be happy to listen to their "Sepulchral Psalms From The Abyss Of Torment".

So, that's all for our weekly dose of hellish music. Sayonara!

Aphonic Threnody – Interview
Kingdom – Sepulchral Psalms From The Abyss Of Torment
Wyatt E. – Exile To Beyn Neharot

Inexorable – Sea Of Dead Consciousness
Párodos – Catharsis
Wolves In The Throne Room – Interview
Wolves In The Throne Room – Thrice Woven

Pig's Blood – Pig's Blood
Wolok / Rotting Heaven – The Anatomy Of Madness

Persecutory – Towards The Ultimate Extinction
Regulus – Quadralith

Ecnephias – The Sad Wonder Of The Sun

FatSoul – Homo Ebetis
Tele.S.Therion – Luzifers Abschied