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MacabreEternal's homage to the renowned Finnish Black Metal scene.  Album reviews, band spotlights and genre history.

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Essential Finnish BM Releases - Horna/Behexen split EP - (2004)

Essential Finnish BM Releases - Horna/Behexen split EP - (2004)

The first entry in this new blog section celebrating the Finnish BM scene is dedicated to one of the finest split releases I have ever heard.  In July 2004, Grievantee Productions released this split EP from two of the most established and revered acts on the BM scene in Finland.  A split of real contrast, this offering gave two sides of the coin in every aspect.  The lo-fi production of Horna with the shrieking vocals of Corvus at the front of the delivery giving marked difference to the scathi

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Essential Finnish BM Releases - Förgjord "Ajasta Ikuisuuteen" (2008)

Essential Finnish BM Releases - Förgjord "Ajasta Ikuisuuteen" (2008)

After a few changes of band name, Valgrinder and Prokrustes Thanatos eventually settled on the name Förgjord (Swedish for 'destroyed') and since 2001 have been releasing demos, compilations, full lengths and splits.  "Ajasta Ikuisuuteen" was the debut full length release from 2008 on Hammer of Hate Records and is probably not a record you would hear discussed in the same pages as releases from Horna, Behexen or Beherit. The most prominent factor in the sound of "Ajasta Ikuisuuteen" is its b

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Essential Finnish BM Releases - Impaled Nazarene "Tol Cormpt Norz Norz Norz" (1993)

Essential Finnish BM Releases - Impaled Nazarene "Tol Cormpt Norz Norz Norz" (1993)

Could any list of 'essential' FInnish BM releases be complete without the first full length venture of Impaled Nazarene present?  Not that this is an easy listen by any means, even for the most extreme-loving metalhead, 'Tol...' is a full on assault that takes some unpicking before you can recognise the dexterity behind the slashes and blows it deals. Upon first hearing this some five years ago, I immediately dismissed it.  Not because of the sound  but more due to the structure of the albu

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