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Formed in 1992, the seventh album by Swedish clan Lord Belial provides the listener with a multitude of raspy, bleak, mid-tempo black metal mayhem to chew on. From the murky stomping groove of “Black Wings of Death” to the soaring guitar solos sandwiched between the crunchy riffs of “Aghast”, this band’s refined venomous assault demonstrates a veteran band that knows how to make an impact without going overboard, maintaining a chilling aura throughout while touching upon black, melodic death, and even some Nordic rhythmic patterns for maximum metal enjoyment.
- Mike SOS