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Analysis: Burzum - Key to the Gate

Before a technical analysis of Burzum’s music can be conducted it is necessary to at least survey the emotive and spiritual dimensions of the music. The technical analysis which follows can be an aid to understanding and can also assist us in structuring new compositions however it alone cannot even begin to reveal the intangible dimensions of this music and therefore cannot be taken as an end in itself. 1,325 more words


Moloch - Verwüstung (Review)

Moloch is a Ukrainian one-man Black Metal band. This is his latest album.

This is Old-School Black Metal that’s bookended by two Dark Ambient pieces, both of which are strangely effective. 217 more words


Burzum - Lost Wisdom

Genre: Black Metal

Country of Origin: Norway

Themes: Rediscovering the ancient Pagan ways

For many people, the old school black metal is difficult to listen to because of its low production quality. 259 more words


Recent listens: 19 / 09 / 2015

Boards of Canada — Geogaddi (2002)

Boards of Canada are one of those artists that I’ve been meaning to check out forever but keep putting off. 913 more words


Todesstoss - Hirngemeer (Review)

This is the seventh album from German Black Metal band Todesstoss.

At 75 minutes in length this is a long album that only contains 3 tracks. 273 more words


Fluisteraars - Luwte (Review)

Fluisteraars are a Black Metal band from the Netherlands and this is their second album.

Fluisteraars forge their windswept Black Metal from a core of the harsh, razor-sharp second-wave sound and build on this with expansive and emotive qualities to produce the Atmospheric Black Metal that we have on Luwte. 192 more words


[Black] Metal & Media

“It’s very hard to recognize the truth when you are bombarded by lies all the time, every minute of the day…You’re bombarded by commercials and completely senseless information every single day. 247 more words