Jump to content

MattCantina

Members
  • Content Count

    289
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    13

MattCantina last won the day on April 30

MattCantina had the most liked content!

About MattCantina

  • Rank
    Warrior
  • Birthday 12/20/1999

core_pfieldgroups_99

  • Biography
    Array
  • Location
    Array
  • Interests
    Array

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    Array

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Array
  • Location
    Array
  • Interests
    Array

Recent Profile Visitors

1,468 profile views
  1. Funeral Mist - Salvation
  2. Today I dropped out of university. It seemed like the best thing to do. 90% of what I learned in life was thanks to self-teaching, anyway. I couldn’t really stand the “holier-than-thou” vibe most teachers and colleagues had, in addition to the overpriced textbooks and my generally low interest to the academic study approach. I’ll now take stock of my situation.
  3. It’s my favorite after “Ego Dominus Tuus”. I also feel like it was an improvement over “Death and The Black Work” and “Apocalypse Sun”. It might even be their best, honestly.
  4. Nightbringer - Hierophany of The Open Grave Sinmara - Within the Weaves of Infinity; speaking of Sinmara I heavily suggest checking out their Bandcamp page since some of their albums (except the last one) are completely free to download.
  5. I’m positive about this one. The harrowing tone perfectly sums up the entirety of Paracletus, making for one of the most nihilistic moments in black metal as a whole.
  6. I like their simplistic yet effective approach. Not overly atmospheric and I really enjoy the riffs. NP: Aosoth - An arrow in heart
  7. Much like FA, I’m not particularly moved by their music. I like the idea of slavonic chants but the music itself just seems too redundant to me. It’s the problem I have with most atmospheric black metal really. Feels more like a soundtrack rather than a progression of songs. If I had to choose tho, Krzysztof’s OG “version” is much better.
  8. Drastus - La Croix De Sang
  9. I feel the same about the “density” part, but overall they didn’t disappoint with this album, I really liked it. Some of my standout tracks are probably 1523, The Fires of Frustration, Renegade Ashes and Standing on the Work of Slaves. One thing I noticed through years is DsO’s poor dynamic range. “Furnaces”, on the other hand, seems to be much better in regards of this aspect.
  10. Pretty much the same list I would write years ago. It’s becoming increasingly hard for me to find bands that leave some kind of everlasting bond: 1. Deathspell Omega - K/A: Paracletus 2. Peste Noire - K/A: Ballade... 3. Immolation - K/A: Close to a World Below 4. Baise Ma Hache - K/A: Le Grand Suicide 5. Grand Belial’s Key - K/A: Judeobeast Assassination 6. Arghoslent - K/A: Hornets of the Pogrom 7. Hypocrisy - K/A: Virus 8. Goatmoon - K/A: Voitto Tai Valhalla 9. Mgla: K/A: Groza 10. Aosoth: K/A: The Inside Scriptures V 11. Svartidaudi: K/A: Flesh Cathedral 12. Ulcerate: K/A: Everything is Fire 13. Dissection: K/A: Storm of the Light’s Bane 14. Teitanblood: K/A: Seven Chalices 15. The Chasm: K/A: Deathcult for eternity 16. Drudkh: K/A: The Swan Road 17. Diapsiquir: K/A: A.N.T.I 18. Funeral Mist: K/A: Maranatha 19. Clandestine Blaze: K/A: City of Slaughter 20. Angelcorpse: K/A: The Inexorable
  11. It’s pretty straightforward compared to most of their works, but there are some breather episodes too. It’s also a lot more black metal than Synarchy or Drought. I think the teaser track/videoclip didn’t do much justice if compared to the rest of the album.
  12. Deathspell Omega - The Furnaces of Palingenesia
  13. Deathspell Omega - Ad Arma! Ad Arma! This really made my day a whole lot better. Seems like a mix Paracletus’s dissonance and Synarchy’s aggressiveness. The track itself comes close to Epiklesis I. I’m wondering what people think about this!
  14. Departure Chandelier - Antichrist Rise to Power
  15. Slidhr - Spit of the Apostate Rebirth of Nefast - Tabernaculum
×