Thursday, November 14, 2013

Review: Inferno's "Omniabsence Filled By His Greatness"

Black Metal band from Czech Republic Inferno have a new album for us, through Agonia Records called Omniabsence Filled By His Greatness.
As you must know, Inferno are around for a long time already. Almost 20 years to be more precise. They really are very respected among Black Metal world.
Omniabsence Filled By His Greatness has six tracks, all of them on the same line, all of them really angry and full of aggressiveness  Everything is quite fast, everything is quite Black Metalish, but you can find there some elements that bring to it a very special atmosphere. There are sounds at bits that make their songs different even if traditional. 
It is a masterpiece in fact, and even never leaving the depressive and mad and strong side of proper Black Metal, they end up making it their own style anyway.
This album has bass lines played by guests Beldaroh (Besatt) and O. (concert member of Inferno).
If you like proper traditional Black Metal but also want to be surprised by some unexpected melodies and details that make it become unique, here is the album for you.
Everyone should give it a listen, it is really good stuff, very professional, very tuned, very sober, very together, very well done.

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