#221 HELL’S AKINA BECOMES DEATH

Dear readers,

this week's reviews are full of horrible music as usual; I don't think you'll complain about it though. Black, Death and Doom are all part of today's update, which I'm pretty sure will make you a happy blackster.

Let's start with some Post-Black Metal with some Progressive touches: Seventh Genocide's latest effort will make you reflect upon life, the universe, and everything; it seems that our journey toward Akina — whatever it is — has a pretty nice soundtrack.

As for Death Metal, Hereza will be the ones representing this genre: their "I Become Death", with its melodic yet punk-ish sound, is definitely a recommended album, especially for fans of Dismember.

Finally, The Ritualist bring us an intriguing Doom Metal work deeply rooted in the Eighties; if you like the style, you'll surely enjoy this refined version of the demo originally released in 2015.

That's all from you favorite webzine. Sayōnara!

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