Dear Aristocratic readers,
what about spending Christmas listening to the horrible music we usually write about? This week we have three articles which will make this day a bit better; at least, you won't be listening to the usual Christmas songs.
Let's start with In Tormentata Quiete's latest effort "Finestatico": a work defined as «distant light, dimmed and arrogant, living off darkness and dying of light» by Dope Fiend and another great album by this Italian band, following a journey through the history of the Universe. Just a bit ambitious, right?
For the more down-to-earth listeners, we also have something interesting. Grodek's "Downfall Of Time" is an astonishing piece of Doom-Death Metal struggling between decadent aggressiveness and melancholy; if you enjoy this kind of stuff with some Opeth influences, you will definitely love this one.
Finally, we drown in the fury of Anima Damnata: their asphyxiating Black-Death violence is the child of Chaos and Evil; something that you obviously want to try, of course.
So, that's all for this Christmas-themed (yeah, sure) update. Merii Kurisumasu!
Eye Sea Black – Stigma