Canadian war/black death metal hounds The Black Sorcery teamed up with Decibel to stream the entire debut album "…And the Beast Spake Death from Above" over here, or more conveniently in the player below. The album drops today (May 29th) via Krucyator Productions (on tape and digitally) and Hammer of Damnation (on CD). Grab a copy now over here or via the player below.
Says the vocalist Lörd Matzigkeitus: “…And the Beast Spake Death from Above is a barbaric onslaught of multiple stab wounds. It has no pretenses for melody or respite. It is a half hour war. The Black Sorcery will source out your last shred of longing for this world, and force it into a gas chamber. Those who choose this path, suffer a rancorous decay.”
The Black Sorcery is a savage, despotic wall of bestial black/death hellfire crafted from the frozen tundra of Canada. Despite being a recently formed force, the members associated with The Black Sorcery are no strangers to each other, and most importantly, not a newcomer in the underworld of ravaging extreme metal. Sharing members from The Projectionist, Path to Extinction, Albanach ar Dheis, Diabolus Amator, and Thy Sepulchral Moon, the troop aims to deliver terrorizing sonic experience that is frost veined and furiously tempting at the same time.
While carrying the cursed torch of ultra-violent black/death metal (a/k/a war metal), The Black Sorcery does not necessarily mimeograph the exact same artefacts spawned by the overlords of this subgenre; unlike the other vocalists of this subgenre who attempt to offer cavernous, filthy death metal vocals, The Black Sorcery walks in a slightly different pathway by offering glass shattering, piercing, ghastly black metal rooted vocals. Hence, the band genuinely ignites the ravishing inferno to sweep away the flawed piousness and lay the foundation of a unique malignant injunction.
The track listing for the album is:
1. Ancient Dialects of Wind
2. Traitor Bomb Threat
4. Frost Veined
5. Circling The Drain
6. Splintered Glass Arsenal
Check out the album in full here: