A.K.A. The Bigfoot Noise EP, this is probably the sickest Ahulabrum release until the date.
This album was created using guitar and keyboards, with “vocals” and “drums” via sampling recordings of alleged bigfoot vocalizations and wood knocks, respectively. The closest Ahulabrum has approached harsh noise so far.
Raw Black Metal from Australia – Blackheart’s project (ex-member of Drowning the Light and Striges).
Previously released on CD by Dark Adversary, this demo collection finally sees the wax treatment but now including aswell the tracks from the splits w/ Harvest and Mons Veneris.
Tracks A1-A4 are taken from the “Atra Sacramentum”, under Atra Sacramentum moniker
Tracks B1-B3 are taken from the “Beneath The Silent Souls” demo.
Tracks C1-C4 are taken from the “Winds Of Madness Obscure” demo.
Tracks D1-D3 are taken from the “Through Night & Bloodred Dawn…” demo.
Track D4 is taken from the “Atra / Mons Veneris” split 7″.
Track D5 is taken from the “Dark Witch Of The Eclipse / Let God Fear Us” demo split.
Aptly titled, Ctenizidae’s latest …Of Rotting Soil & Spine comprises six “songs” of vulgar dissection and red-eyed antagonism. With vocals utterly mangled into sheets of white-noise whisper and atonal riffs detuned into an eerily hummable buzz, the almost-laissez faire minimalism across this 19-minute EP almost faintly resembles “black metal,” but only after being left rotting in some outer-cosmos dungeon for many millennia. Wisely, Ctenizidae doesn’t overstay his welcome; his creations here are short, sharp, and shocked, and the listener is left stunned and bewildered, wondering how this could come from supposedly “human” hands.