Wednesday, December 28, 2011

NECRONOS ZINE #2 review (by D for AEA zine)

This zine here comes in a yellow colored easy to make style zine with a very old looking font and has some pretty neat references to thrash metal bands from all over, or so I read online because I can not read a lick of spanish. The name of the zine actually is the same name of the singer of Fimbulwinter which I think is pretty cool. Anyway 24 page booklet with lots of metal bands, interviews and reviews to offer. You see names of bands mentioned such as April Morning, Ungod, Old Throne, Chaoswolf, Zemial, and the almighty Rotting Christ. The next issue will be renamed and will now be the Niggurath zine, some changes will be made but I think the style and the underground following will continue to move forward as this small time zine grows. You can contact this man here for a copy I think. Check it out if you can read it and it is your style of zine. Thrash till Death....

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Prayer Of The Dying - In Silence and Grief We Decay (Review)

This band is from Iklin/Malta, solo musician, and Martin does all instruments/ vocals. This is a cunning and very wicked BM band to be reckoned with! This album is called In Silence and Grief We Decay. Its a far cry from its earlier and rawer material I read, but I guess that depends on what kind of black metal fan you are. I really like the rawness, but I do like higher quality albums as well. This is one of those higher quality ones from this man here, but still has that mischevious raw presence about it.

Its has alot of things going on it that keep it out of the norm of mainstream black metal but with good production sound with something new to offer on each of its tracks. I really like the demented vocals on The Strength Of The Sufferer, the rain, church bells, bone crunching guitars, and is very well thought out. I like how it is constructed, and the way it was done. Very fucking good. King of Terrors, and Wastelands are also very dark and moody as well and this album sure gets my blood flowing. Dead Embers also has a symphonic side to it in the background, and I just love the guitars on this track as well. 3 mins to 4:30secs is just amazing. All I can really say is wow when I listen to this album when I heard it for the very first time. Very smart black metal music here, with feeling behind it of course. Some dissonance can only go so far with some black/doom or black/death bands but this album sure does go a long way... very well executed guitars, very strong diabolic shrieks. I cant pin point a place on this album I do not like... I just like the whole thing through out and will give it a thorough listen over and over again most likely till I move onto the next album I want to enjoy listening to. When I find something I like, I play it for sometime. Not too harsh, very listenable, and is great from start to finish.

BM finesse at its finest! I salute you!

The album was released on Nekrogoat Heresy Productions in 500 copy limited edition, I suggest you get a copy while you can. Totally worth it, and only if I had the chance to sit down and listen to this album earlier. I am kicking my ass for not doing so till now. This album promises alot for the new age of underground BM, and more bands come and go but I think Prayer of The Dying is here to stay. Other then Martins band Prayer of the Dying he is a drummer in some other bands as well, Sarratum's,Lustre's and Black Vulture. I reviewed the Lustre tape some time back. Still have that too. Great sounds found here, if there is any new BM you should look out for or pick up, it is in my book, definetly Prayer Of The Dyings album "In Silence and Grief we Decay". If your into dark, atmospheric, empty, and relentless music, you should get it. The sounds of phantoms, dark forces and cult like power is found in the eternal realm of Prayer Of The Dying...

To sum up this review if you like Black Metal give this a listen, its all 666% cold, eerie and fucking dark!!!

1. Intro 01:28
2. Memento Of Decay 04:33
3. King Of Terrors 06:19
4. Destitue Throne 05:34
5. Dead Embers 06:07
6. Sheltering Cliffs 02:40
7. Wastelands 05:23
8. Destructive Minds 04:57
9. Drippping Woods 02:43
10. Slain In The Name Of God 06:42
11. The Strength Of The Sufferer 05:22
12. Drifting Mist 06:35

Total Playing Time 58:23
New Prayer of the Dying Album Out Now!

You can order your copy from: or directly from the Band , , facebook etc

Thursday, December 15, 2011

ANGSTMASKIN updates (Exclusive by D)

Angstmaskin from Oslo, Norway are working on new material for their new industrial masterpiece and I suggest you check out their lates music, videos, updates all on soundcloud, youtube, facebook, and more. Will review their album once out, and keep a eye out for these guys if their music is your style. Check it all out at the following links below this message...

I et land der industripiper fortsatt spytter ut tung, mørk røyk. Der maskiner fra en svunnen tid fortsatt får stampe og turbiner fortsatt får skape liv. DER i askerøyk, flammer og marsjerende takter ble det født en maskin. En annerledes maskin, en elektrisk maskin. En maskin med mørke tanker, dystre utsikter og tunge rytmer. En Angstmaskin, et dommedagsvåpen bygd av Øyvind Kihle Mobekk, med et helt spesielt formål. Med blytungt hjerte og mørkt sinn vil denne maskinen noe mer enn å stampe i de svarte industriskyene. Angstmaskinens dype røst vil tale til folket!

Denne elektrobaserte maskinen, dette dommedagsvåpenet har på den lange veien tatt med seg maskinist (?) for å styre spakene, kull og damp- sjef Tor Grønstad (No Sleep, Rosie) og støyende orgel ansvarlig Thomas Stubergh (Topper & Cadbury, StutheBaker)

I et land der industripiper fortsatt spytter ut tung, mørk røyk. Der maskiner fra en svunnen tid fortsatt får stampe og turbiner fortsatt får skape liv. DER i askerøyk, flammer og marsjerende takter ble det født en maskin. En annerledes maskin, en elektrisk maskin. En maskin med mørke tanker, dystre utsikter og tunge rytmer. En Angstmaskin, et dommedagsvåpen bygd av Øyvind Kihle Mobekk, med et helt spesielt formål. Med blytungt hjerte og mørkt sinn vil denne maskinen noe mer enn å stampe i de svarte industriskyene. Angstmaskinens dype røst vil tale til folket!

Denne elektrobaserte maskinen, dette dommedagsvåpenet har på den lange veien tatt med seg maskinist (?) for å styre spakene, kull og damp- sjef Tor Grønstad (No Sleep, Rosie) og støyende orgel ansvarlig Thomas Stubergh (Topper & Cadbury, StutheBaker).

Med en rekke konserter på repetoaret – inkludert headliner konsert i Berlin, ElektroStat Festivalens kick-off party i Oslo, Turbinhallen på Ringerike Kraftstasjon og Pstereo Festivalen 2011 - er dommedagsvåpenet AngstMaskin i full gang med å rette sin mørke, tunge og samtidig svært fengende inntogsmarsj av symfonisk industrirock, dansbar EBM og dyster synthpop mot resten av verden.

I feltveska ligger prestisjetunge inspirasjonskilder som Rammstein, Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails, Seigmen og Nitzer Ebb.

Er du med oss eller mot oss? ☠

Hold deg oppdatert på kommende konserter og utgivelser fra AngstMaskin her:


ANGSTMASKIN: Har bestemt meg for å begynne å skrive på norsk. I den forbindelse følte jeg også at Ending New var over. AngstMaskin er for tiden i studio og jobber.

LIVE: AngstMaskin vil spille live på Cafe Fiasco sammen med det uber kule bandet Kant Kino, dette er en kickoff fest for Elektrostat Festivalen. Dato: 21. August 2010.

Ending New is going to compete in DeathMatch 2009 at Mono. First round with Ending New is October. CC 50,- Join in and support Ending New this evening!

A new band member is confirmed, Christer Eriksen from Skin Desease and In Vein join in on the Ending New prosject. He will be appearing on stage for the first time in Berlin at alte Feuerwache.

Two new songs are available on Myspace as well, recorded this summer in Oslo with producer Bjorge Verbaan. Check them out, guest vocals on Fooled Me Again by Christer Eriksen.

Ending New is booked to do a show in Berlin September 2009. This is a show we are relly looking forward to do. The band is now:

Øyvind Kihle Mobekk (synth, voc)
Tom Kalstad aka Halfface from Gothminister (synth, Backing voc)

More shows will be added!

We are also working with new songs, hopefully to be recorded and put out on a new EP this summer.

Musikkfest. Ending- New er booket til Musikkfest Lørdag 7. Juni. Spiller på Elektrostat scenen i Øvre Vollgate 13 ved Club Maiden

Ps. ikke glem release konsert 23. mai på Maiden.

Upcoming EP.

These days I am working on my first EP. Produced by Øyvind Kihle Mobekk and Bjørge Verbaan. The release is set to april/ mai 2008. The release concert will be at Club Maiden 23. Mai. I will play support for The Murder Mystery and In Vein.

Current Location
General Manager
Øyvind Kihle Mobekk
Depeche Mode, Anstalt, Oslo Synth Band, Nitzer Ebb, Rammstein, Seigmen, The Twins, Alphaville, Vision Talk, Hocico, Gothminister, Apoptygma Berzerk, Mesh, Nine Inch Nails, Hurts, The Shining and others.
Band Interests
Død, ødeleggelse og alkohol.
Press Contact
Booking Agent
Øyvind Kihle Mobekk//Maskineri Booking og Management

Sunday, December 11, 2011

ASTRAL WINTER - Winter Enthroned (Review)

Finally got the chance to sit down and listen to this album and review it. I should have done it earlier! This is by far Astral Winters best album to date featuring stunning audio production, and the "perfect" guitar sound you can find out there in the bowels of underground metal music today. From Tasmania, Australia this Epic Black Metal band is full of surprises. With fierce, aggressive and shriek/shouting vocals, steady drumming, and intense speed, you cant go wrong blasting this album in your friends faces! And not expect them to shake in fear and amazement all at once afterwards.

This album has a timeless feel to go with it so its not neccesarily full blown intensity, but does have that feel through out. Reminds me of Evergrey and Emperor if they were mashed together on a icy planet like Europa. It has a stellar sound, lots going on each track and keeps the listener wanting more after each track. It is just that good as it can get for anyone who is looking for a album to be completely be sucked into. Pure spectacle of metal theatrics!

I really like how the theme of the band is about winter, and that the sound also reminds me of the epic prowess of Bathory's Nordland I and II, just constant epic-ness the whole album through out. You must hear it too believe it. The lyrics are also well thought out, like Through Timeless Aeons of Frost for example...*clears throat*

"And so it is written
In the sacred tome of wrath,
The merciless embodiement of suffering,
The relentless destruction of the worlds
As the stars began falling from the sky
And the night becoming a pale reflection
That despair found within all of humanity
As their world lay frozen in time
The hymn of the faithful
Is now forever sung in silence
The timeless aeons of frost"

Meaningful lyrics for thoughtful music is always a plus in my book!

The album is a span of 9 tracks, and you can also find ambience and serene melancholy in tracks like The Gates Of Prophecy. Longing for Winters End is also a big track with big sounds I know everyone likes it and is one of my personal favorites. Their is no bad or wrong I see in this album and should be listened to throughout without pausing to get the whole feel and presence of the album. Maybe a walk in the moonlight winter nights this season can give you time to do so? Their is only knowledge found in music, and Astral Winter contains such knowledge. A freaking temple of knowledge I say! Symphonic black metal madness at its peak!

Now if you like to get this album I suggest you contact Josh Young at his bands facebook page here or buy it through IMMORTAL FROST PRODUCTIONS if its still there and available. Here is the link.

To sum up this review, this is a killer album and I could not imagine it not being liked by anyone who plays and listens to Black Metal or even Progressive Metal music. This music is fucking smart, and if you do not like it, your the obvious opposite of smart... DURR HURR!!!

Josh's band is also working up to a second album titled "Forest Of Silence" so stay tuned for that but until then get Winter Enthroned while you still can on CD now! It is a must have and must hear. Thanks for this masterpiece Josh, keep up the good fucking work! Cheers and beers \m/

1. Prologue (1:42)
2. Illustrations of Death (6:35)
3. Through Timeless Aeons of Frost (8:39)
4. Defenders of the Astral Kingdom (10:44)
5. At the Gates of Forgotten Prophecy (1:32)
6. Longing For Winter's End (6:23)
7. Beyond These Frozen Castle Walls (8:28)
8. Past the Realms of Eternal Ice (9:32)
9. Epilogue (1:47)

Total: (55:25)

Comes with a 12 page booklet and full artwork in a clear jewel case.

Item will be shipped from Belgium, Europe, for 15 euro (approx $20 USD, worldwide shipping included)


Saturday, December 10, 2011

Dark Isle - Frozen Evenings by Candlelight & The Scars of Her Tears (Review)

A confusing/odd mixture of ambient, dub, drum N bass, some dark romanticism, and thoughtful tunes here man... I like it. This is a solo project and Dark Isle brings us songs composed of beats and rhythms that are deep, filled with mood, depression, and filled with melancholy. The music is chilled out music but has a very dark feel compared to most beat oriented music so it stands out. Strong bass and strange frequencies of music I never heard before. It is very intriguing, so intriguing I been listening to this album over and over again. Lord Forneus has the many talents and presents his talents by making a sub-genre of music in a different direction then the BM side of music. When I popped this in my stereo I could not help but fall asleep or smoke, or drink something while listening to it. It is a album that "Sets the mood." I like how each track has something to offer and their is also some weird vocals to go along with it, some sound like female vocals. Anyway, I really enjoyed this album and suggest you pick it up at DARK MEADOW RECORDINGS while you still can! It is a one of a kind, and a solid release for this project by Lord Forneus. Deep beats for deep thinking. Its not a album for everyone, but something you should really check out if your into moody music, and something that sound like something from a Midi or fl studio program. Now... can you dig that?

CONTACT ED FOR THIS ALBUM : or BUY in the cardboard case section :


1 Cold Night Air Is Mine Breathe 2:00
2 Frozen Evening By Candlelight 5:07
3 Left With Nothing 4:40
4 Winds In The Night 1:36
5 Snowmance 3:49
6 Deep Snow Covers The Hills Before Winter Dies 3:44
7 Tropical Chiller 4:02
8 Prayers In A Frozen Shrine 2:49
9 As Snow Falls 2:16
10 Suicide In Silent Snow 6:21
11 Lost In My Own Self 3:12
12 I Lay As Dead Branches In Snow 4:44
13 Drifting Snow Falls Through The Night 3:18
14 I Lay As Dead Branches In Snow(Reprise Version) 4:44
15 Scars Of Her Tears(Bonus) 3:33
16 Mid-Summer Sunset(Bonus) 2:58
17 Cathedral In Silent Village(Bonus) 3:31
18 Ganja Smokers(Bonus) 2:30
19 Moevot Remix(Bonus) 4:09

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Dark Theory (NEW Interview by D)

Was suppose to post this a little while ago but just got the time to do it, the Halloween question pretty much tells you that I started in October.

Well, here we go!

Dark Theory interview!!! (2ND ONE)

1) Hey guys! Hows it been and whats new in the DT camp?

RYAN : Not much that you don't know, but for the benefit of anyone not familiar with the band a lot of things have changed very recently for us. For example, now that we all live in different places we've had a much quicker influx of gigs lol. All it takes is to not live in Thanet ^_^
LIV : Its been good thanks. We havent really been up to much over the past couple of weeks though as we've all been busy away at uni and stuff. We're two weeks away from doing our second gig with Sarah Jezebel Deva of Cradle Of Filth fame and hopefully after that we will begin working on some new stuff :)

2) How has thing changed you think from our last interview to now?

RYAN : Well the obvious thing would be that Cronje is no longer in the band. We were really upset about it at first, but the moment Liv started playing all the guitars instead of keyboards we worked a lot better. We replaced some of his riffs with new ones that Liv wrote, and it was obvious very quickly that we had no need for Cronje. Also we have Bob on drums instead of Harvey or the drum machine, neither or which are as good as Bob
LIV : Things have changed a hell of alot. We have a new member after losing two members before the summer for one thing. And I think musically we have generally progressed alot also :). We're doing alot more technical stuff.

3) Has any new material been in the making yet for a new album?

RYAN : Technically it's been in the making since shortly before the last interview, but member changes have delayed things and required re-writes etc. The good thing about this is that it will be as good as it can be when we finally release a follow up to the Bludgeon EP.
LIV : Well not at the moment but if we do have a song idea or riff we always record it and see what we can do with it or whatever. But not really any straight plans for an album or anything...yet :P

4) Has any new projects been made Ryan at all lately you like to mention?

Haha, well of course there is my side band Lifting of the Veil. I encourage anyone that likes stuff like Sunn 0))) or Khanate to check it out. It's slow as possible and the heaviest darkest thing you'll ever hear. Also if you're constipated it'll likely send the shit flowing out.

5) How did Bob come into the band and how is it now with your new drummer? and also what do you (Bob) or you Ryan and Liv think of him?

RYAN : Well he added us on Facebook because he saw we were playing at Beercart (this was the first time we were to play there and we had to cancel because Cronje's mum died). About a year later we make an add looking for a new drummer and it appeared on his facebook, so we started talking after that. As for what I think of him, he's a moany bastard that's lucky he's good at drums.
LIV : Bob basically found us on facebook. We had a chat with him, arranged a practice and there we had him :)

6) What gigs are coming up? anything new or special?

RYAN: Well we were lucky enough to get the opening slot supporting Sarah Jezebel Deva at the Ivy Leaf in Sheerness. As most people know we've played with her before but it'll be even better this time because we have a drummer and we're chummy with her and the band. Anyone in the Kent area ought to come, it's October 15th and it's free entry. Also December 9th with playing with Industrial Noise band Nancy's Place in Folkestone. They're quite a big deal in the area, been around since the 90's and have quite a few albums. We've also got one Christmas time with Trigger to My Mind (awesome local guys who need to put more songs on there profile to listen to) but no other details yet. I'm also in talks with a couple of promoters in Maidstone where I now live who organise local metal gigs, so there will be more to come.
LIV: We have two gigs in line at the moment, one in two weeks with Sarah Jezebel Deva and another with our friend's band 'Nancy's place' in December. They should both be good ^_^

7) Do you plan to do a halloween gig?

RYAN : We really want one, as do our buddies in Transcending the Flesh so maybe we'll get to do one with them but time's running out lol.

LIV : Oh we'd always be up for that. But we dont have one in line at the moment. Last year's halloween gig was epic though.

8) What has been the main objective for DT as of late?

RYAN : Being able to get together just to practice the 5 main songs we have lol. It's the only set back of being at uni (especially as we have a lot more gig offers now).
LIV : To do more swearing, soul crushing, and noisemaking than ever \m/ (awesome reply!)

9)How has life been treating you in general?

RYAN : Pretty well actually, I've adjusted to uni pretty well and I'm enjoying, met loads of cool new people and the area I'm living in is much better than where I'm from. It's pretty hard to sleep here though, light and noise everywhere at night.

LIV : Not too bad thanks. Just started uni and whatnot. Been really busy lately with work and stuff as well.

10) What music or bands have you been listening to lately?

RYAN : Lots of random shit really. Been mainly listening to Mr Bungle and Radiohead a lot, but also a fair bit of Moi Dix Mois, Alec Empire and Pig Destroyer. The latest demo by Barad-Dur came through my post the other day so I've been enjoying that too, as well as my side project Lifting of the Veil.

LIV : I've been listening to symphonic metal (mainly bands like Angtoria/ Sarah Jezebel Deva type thing), thrash and a little bit of folk metal. Mainly to get in the mood for heidenfest :)

11) How has the jamming been and how comfortable do you feel now with this lineup change?

RYAN : It's been pretty good, we've progressed quite fast (mainly because we had to due to the inevitable slow down because of uni). Things are a little up in the air atm because Bob is very busy with his course and I now live a bit far away so we'll see how it goes, but if we're forced to use the drum machine and practice quieter at my accommodation just me and Liv or something, we can still make that work.
LIV : The jammings been good but again we havent done alot of it recently due to starting uni etc. I think we're more comfortable then ever with the line up change considering what happened before the summer. We're just glad to have a great drummer really :)
(Bobby is da man!!!!)

12) Where can fans get your music readily available to them? (cds)

RYAN : The first two demos are on Satanica Productions ( and hopefully quite soon the last demo and our debut EP should be as well. I'm currently working on getting the Bludgeon EP on our Reverbnation store as well. The best way to get our EP is to give me some cash for it personally (preferably at gigs where we always have a few with us).

LIV : Our fans can now order any of our Demos or EP on the Satanica Productions label website. :) (dark wave section)

13) What are the main goals towards the end of this year to 2012?

RYAN : To be able to practice and gig properly lol. Hopefully by the end of 2012 we'll have worked out some sort of system, even if we have to compromise something else (which will either be having to temporarily let go of Bob because of his course, or me letting go of loads of money to come to everyone else >_<) LIV : We'd obviously like to do a bit more gigging :D hopefully work on some new material and at the moment we've got our eyes set on auditioning for 'Metal 2 the masses' which is a competition for a spot on the biggest UK underground Metal festival 'Bloodstock.' Our friends played there this year and that would be such an awesome gig to play :) 14) What do you guys like to do outside music? RYAN ; Well as I've mentioned several times I'm at uni. I'm studying Illustration at BA level for 3 years, just started my first year, so as you may have guessed I love art. Hoping to go into graphic novels, as I'm also an aspiring writer. I'm also obssessed with British Comedy, so I constantly watch it in some form, but I'm also obsessed with science, mainly Astronomy and related sciences. LIV : I like to do alot of art, mainly in theatre. Which is what im studying in a degree at the moment. So I'm designing props, sets and costumes. I do work alot outside of the band as well. 15) If I had to describe DTs sound, what should I say? RYAN : Well you should describe it however you think it sounds lol, but if you mean how would I describe it, then I generally refer to us as a real mix of genres. Our riffs are very influenced by Black and Thrash metal bands such as Mayhem, Satyricon, Celtic Frost, Kreator, Slayer etc but there's often a bit of Death Metal or Doom Metal in some parts (I love Behemoth and My Dying Bride). The drums are more in the Death/Thrash kinda area, but some tracks have all out insane gravity blasts and there's a lot of d'n'b in our stuff which we're trying to work into our live set a bit more. The vocals are generally straight forward Black Metal shrieks (although I've been told I have a powerful and unique style) but we mix it up with a bit of spoken word like in Lowest Scum of the Universe, occasional deeper growls like in Maggots Upon the Throne and there's a lot of Liv's clean operatic vocals in tracks like Maggots Upon the Throne, Horrors of Damnation and Vampire's Pain, the latter of which Liv does all the vocals. We're still working on our keyboard sound atm (or whether to even carry on with a keyboard) because there is a lot of debate in the band as to what to do with it. LIV : It's Kind of hard to say lol I'd say Black/ gothic/ thrash/ experimental/ noise kind of genre lol We don't really have a set genre. But I think those words best describe our sound. I think a great description for our song 'Bludgeon' is Dimmu Borgir and Slayer having a fight =P (I LOVE THIS PIC HEHE)

16) I hope everything goes well, and I hope to pick up your latest release when out???

RYAN & LIV : Thanks Dan :) and for you too ^_^. Indeed I'm sure you will be one of the first ;)

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Barad-Dur - I Descend (Review)

This is a review of the one man band Barad-Dur, and I dont mean the BM from Germany, but anyway I got this tape not too long ago from the UK, a very promising band indeed. Thanks for the tape Nathan. Been listening to the tape constantly on my bike rides around town, and just is the perfect atmosphere for the weather we got here at the moment. It was released by Frozen Tendril Records. It is said to be "...feral buzz-saw and dry snare battery...acres of swampy spaciously paced sludge" by the founder of Barad-Dur and I could not agree anymore, this demo radiates just that.

The opening track of The Self Destructive Mindset is more mellow and serene then you would think from the title name itself, but offers a deep, and moody aspect to it, with some classical piano passages and guitar in sync within the track which gives it a lot of life with the drums perfectly keeping the beat steady and then opening up with the vocals of someone who sounds like they are in a deep amount of pain. Sounds kind of like a powerful hardcore band in a way, but not to say that is bad thing, I think its pretty versatile in its musical presence. Before the music kicks in, the vocals are screamed out in a very saddened sort of way, and the music takes over with the guitars/drums pounding away into a sludgey breakdown. The way it was recorded sounds very tight overall, and the song takes life of its own once the music starts to dominate, even though it comes back to its soft tones and trance like ominous.

Alcholic Mess is a mess of noisey, and gut wrenching sounds and offers a feel like the last track but is more a straight forward, heavy tune, and is basically about alchol and rage it seems. Pretty good tune to mosh too, and also im not sure if this band does gigs yet, but this could be a big crowd pleaser. Some softer passages like the last but pumps up the energy with those heavier riffs, and alcholic spewed vocals which shred through my ears everytime I hear them. Could head bang for hours listening to this, and I dont mean banging it on a wall either lol. Strong track here.

Final is the final track, obviously, and is the longest of the 2 and is a complete instrumental masterpiece. Every time I was out and heard this, it was cranked up, just staring at the grey skies, and going down the road loosing myself in the music. I like loosing myself in music more then anything, especially when I am out, and this is one of those tracks that keep you in tune with everything around you, nature, the skies, the streams, the everything is just magnified x100 while listening to this song as if your on some sort of hallucinating drug.

Good song to listen to while sleeping because by the time you hear half of it, your passed out already, but your brain still processes shit as you sleep and the music makes your body become completely numb but comforting in a way till you are awake. Great music for those deep thinkers out there I think.

To sum up the demo, I think you should get it now on tape before they are all out because you wont ever hear a demo as good as this for a long time... or not till Barad-Dur makes a new one :) Trust me on this, get it! Its also on CD if you are not as fucking old as me.
Also, can anyone make any youtube videos for Barad-Dur? I been looking and cant find any.
RELEASED BY Wulfrune Worxxx Records