Russia’s Dunwich remind us how even little brush strokes can shape a wholly haunting landscape.
A well put together album that just didn’t hook me in.
40 minutes of hardcore edging, but for your ears.
Seeping atmosphere. A dirge for an undeserved death.
The universe collapses. This is the soundtrack.
Event horizon in music form.
Accursed black metal, the sound of anathema.
Transcendental sludge that grooves you into the floor.
Well, it seems that there is an 80s metal revival party going on right now so I may as well jump on and enjoy the ride.
A thoroughly fresh and original thrash band and should be listened to on merit alone and not on any musicological or nostalgic whims.
I like the part with the guitar and the drums and the yelling.
An open, relaxed, space-y, sound; very seventies, combined with deity-crushing, maddened, black metal. There is no band out there that sounds like Oranssi Pazuzu.