The true Spanish Inquisitors of Hrizg will enter at Khazad-Dûm Studios very soon, to record their fourth full album which title shall be «Soterion». This new album will be out through the great cult of Moribund Records (USA).
«Soterion» will be the first recording done by Hrizg as a band. After the third work «Individualism», Kaornekan (exBittencross, exFatal Portrait), Enserune (exLucifuego, Neverendinghate) and Varkhen (exBittencross, exFatal Portrait, exForestdome, exAncienthorn) joined to the discipline.
«The new sound is that there isn’t a new sound. However, Hrizg has developed their style towards new infernal horizons. Expect a new Black Metal album in the way I think it should be.» has stated Erundagoth, the frontman of the band.
So, Hrizg will start the recording sessions of «Soterion» between this and next week. More details and sounds will be upload.
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Today, we will unleash officially Foul Entity «Putrid Despair» pro tape! This stuff includes three rehearsal songs + three new demo ones of total putrid Death Metal in the old school way, released in brown rotten tapes! 4€ + postal costs. Don’t miss your copy, they’re limited to a first press of 50 units with DIY taste. Return to the obscene crawling Underground!
Foul Entity is a band from Greece which plays an awesome Death Metal in the vein of the old masters, like early Pestilence, Incantation, Nihilist, Unleashed and much others + an Entombed cover. Enter into their doom…
We will release the demo tape of Foul Entity very soon, a Greek Death Metal band that comes with a powerful stuff full of reeking darkness and necro-atmosphere.
MS: Hello, how is everythig there? Tell us… what is Foul Entity?
FE: Hey! Fine we just came back from our live in Patra,which was our first show since 6 months. Foul Entity is a Death Metal band from Athens,Greece in the vein of Asphyx,Entombed,Incantation and more and was formed in late 2014. We played our first live show in January 2015.
MS: Your first release “Putid Despair” is imminent. What will find the public in this album?
FE: Putrid Despair is our first release which is a 3 track demo album recorded live,but on the Morbid Shrine release you will also find 3 new bonus tracks,which are different than our first tracks.
MS: “Putrid Despair” sound like a brutal lamentation, however which are your lyric themes? How was the creation process of this demo?
FE: All songs and lyrics are written by our vocalist Kostas, who actually formed the band. The lyrics are just about brutality,darkness,despair…evil stuff mostly, at first it was just random lyrics.
MS: Why did you choose a “rehearsal demo” as first released format?
FE: When the line-up of the band was ready for a live performance we decided that we wanted to record some songs fast, so we just entered the rehearsal room at Made in Hell studio and recorded live. We think it sounds great if you consider it is a live recording and that it was just the 3rd or 4th rehearsal we ever made.
MS: And of course, why did you sign for Morbid Shrine? Was your vision of underground scene the reason?
FE: We were looking for a label to release it. I already knew about Morbid Shrine so we contacted the label.
MS: Is the actual situation of Greece making any difference in the way you are focusing your music?
FE: I wouldn’t say you can notice it directly through are music, but i think the situation helps us to write some pissed off death metal.
MS: The artwork looks killer! Who was the author?
FE: Our vocalist Kostas made both the logo and the artwork.
MS: Which are the future plans of Foul Entity?
FE: Soon our demo »Putrid Despair» will be released through Morbid Shrine. After that we plan to release ome split albums, one is already on the way with a brutal band and soon we will have more details about it.
MS: Thank you for your time. Any last words for the readers?
FE: Make sure to check us out, more to come from us soon. Thanks for the interview! Cheers!
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We are pleased to announce our new signing. This time is the great Spanish act Profundis Tenebrarum. Created by Nocturn back in 1997, they will release their fourth opus through Morbid Shrine Productions in CD format. The title of this new album shall be «Disciples of Venomous Death», and this is the track list:
I. Stench of Dead Dimensions
II. Into the Abyss
III. Exsanguination Smell
IV. Serpent Cult Abomination
V. The Scourge of the Scythe
VI. Beyond This Tormenting Life
VII. Dark Ceremonial Oath
VIII. Disciples of Venomous Death
The release date will be around august. More news, songs and live dates will be uploaded soon.
En los últimos años, Cantabria ha ido mirando, como en otras comunidades del norte peninsular, hacia su antiguo pasado prerrománico, medieval y mitológico, con muchas referencias culturales de todo tipo. La música ha sido una de ellas, influenciando dicho pasado a diversos estilos; ya sean tradicionales, como el propio folk escuchado en los pueblos y su mezcla con música propiamente celta o medieval; o bien penetrando en otros más contemporáneos como rock e incluso el metal.
En este caso tenemos entre manos el proyecto personal de Erun, llamado Briargh que se sumerge profundamente en las raíces de Cantabria, tanto en su historia antigua como en el impacto personal que transmite su naturaleza y clima. Todo a través de la música y concretamente a través del metal extremo en varias vertientes.
Tras salir de un grupo volcado en el Pagan Metal cántabro como CrystalMoors, y con más historias musicales entre sus zarpas, Erun decidió centrarse en otro proyecto que ya había puesto en marcha relacionado con la mitología cántabra de una forma mucho más personal y oscura, junto con otros conceptos musicales que ya iba desarrollando en sus otros grupos, dando lugar a la modelación de Briargh y a la salida de su último disco llamado Eboros.
El resultado es un trabajo de pagan metal de raíces celtas, combinado con muchas partes de black metal, llevándonos por un viaje melancólico y nostálgico por Cantabria, sobre todo a partir de medios tiempos de guitarras melódicas, voces desgarradas evocando desesperación y tristeza en tres idiomas diferentes: (castellano, inglés y protocelta), con una sonoridad cruda y pútrida cual tronco del roble carcomido por la humedad y el tiempo (qué profundo me ha quedado esto). La unión de estos aspectos nos lleva a una sensación de desolación y penumbra interior muy bien trabajada, retocada con la utilización de teclados y samplers empleados adecuadamente en diversos pasajes instrumentales y formando parte de varios temas; La aportación femenina a las voces de Enserune, profundiza en ese mal rollo melancólico que nos deja el disco. Quizá la parte menos compactada pueda ser las rítmicas de batería, por ser un tanto repetitiva en ciertos patrones, aunque la producción primitiva de la misma creo que es acertada.
En general se nota cierta madurez en todo el conjunto compositivo, como consecuencia de un desarrollo sólido del proyecto: un aspecto muy importante en este estilo, del cual creo que muchos grupos no consiguen transmitir y adolecen de falta de personalidad.
https://www.morbidshrineproductions.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/CZ1oChDWwAAajX4.jpg5761024Morbid Shrinehttp://www.morbidshrineproductions.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/logosinfondo.pngMorbid Shrine2016-03-07 09:11:032016-03-07 09:11:03Album of the Week in the «Noche de Rock» radio show: Eboros
Briargh are a band that I can only describe as brilliant; formed in Spain back in 2003, the one-man band have become an amazing mixture of black, death and folk metal, and does it in a way which can only be described as brilliant. Focusing on themes of paganism, mythology and history, the band are back with a new full length album entitled Eboros. A beautiful album with a mixture of beautiful melodies and riffs, hard-hitting and rough drums, as well as dark, screeching, Hellish vocals which adds power and energy into such a powerful album.
The first track on the album, “El Lianto Del Bosque”, starts off with Burzum-sounding guitar melodies which mix beautifully with fast, heavy drums. When the deep, dark vocals start; the melodies and riffs quicken which add to the heaviness of the track. A track complete with different tempos add volume and depth to the track, and it is a brilliant start to the album.
Another track on the album which really stands out for me is the third track entitled “Sword of Woe” which for me is a perfect example of black metal infused folk metal. A song mixed with heavy vocals and female vocals and the mixture of the melodies and riffs on this track have already captivated me in a beautiful, enriched manor. Everything on this track is as heavy as anything including the vocals, melodies, riffs and drums. What really captivates me on this track is the “Whoa-wo-wo” clean vocals part of the track which makes folk metal really stand out on this track in a seamlessly beautiful way. This track for me works amazingly well and it is a track of complete perfection on the highest point.
“El Canto De Las Anjanas P.T II” is the sixth track on the album complete with hard-hitting drums beautiful melodies and riffs and raw heavy vocals kick off the track. Throughout the song can be heard slower riffs and melodies with heavier vocals adding power to this track. There is also a mixture of fast-paced instruments and tempo changes which add incredible beauty to this amazing piece of art. Keyboards and synths also come into work in this track which again just adds to the folk metal theme. This really is just a work of 100% perfection, and the use of the keyboards and synths add more beauty to an already beautiful track.
The last track on the album “Eboros – Epitome of Deat” for me was the best 5 minutes and 58 seconds of my life, a track that starts off with heavy keyboard and synths which almost sound like Summoning. Throughout tempo changes a beautiful keyboard melody can be heard behind what sounds like a male choir which gives off a mystical element on the track, when female vocals start the mystical element of the track, gives of pure beauty. As the female vocals end and synth melodies pave the way for heavy drums, bass and guitar riffs which makes the track seem darker and adds to the power behind the track. As the dark powerful screeching vocals enter the mystical element of the track may be washed away but the rawness and the power of the album remain right until the end.
A beautiful album which keeps on giving right to the end, an album that can only be described as flawless, perfect and beautiful a magnificent piece of art which is written in such a way where everything fits in this album (including instruments and vocals) flawlessly in an absolutely incredible album.
Briargh is a one man band made up of, Dux Briargh – All instruments and vocals. Music style is listed as, Melancholic Black Metal. Band location, Spain.
Eboros album released on October 27th, 2015, Morbid Shrine Productions. The music comes through with pure aggression and savagery. Nothing is over-processed. A very natural sounding recording is captured. Interesting aspects of the arrangements is how well the two guitar tracks compliment each other and trade of rhythms.
The song «Eboros – Epitome of Death», has a captive and creative keyboard piece along with female vocals complimented with a clean strumming guitar. A thing to note, these songs are all in spanish. It is the first time I have heard black metal with spanish lyrics, it fits well and adds a different dynamic to the album.
The drums have a natural sound and it is actually good to hear how intense the string parts are pronounced with the relentless battery of blast beats.
Final thoughts, if you want pure, abrasive and from deep in the underground metal music, then this is for you. ~Artemortifica
Some label owners are way too nice people. They have their own music project but tend to promote other bands more. I have no idea why they do that but it seems a habit of some people. Perhaps, they are a bit uncertain about their own abilities, certainly when they hear the masterpieces some other bands on their label produce. Because of that, some serious gems are left being underrated and unknown, which really is a shame.
Briargh is the blackened pagan folk metal act by Morbid Shrine’s owner Dux Briargh. Influenced by acts like Burzum and Drudkh he started working on this project years ago. To me, it sounds like a very old school black metal album with several folk influences thrown in, which obviously is a good idea. It’s been awhile since I heard something like this and I have to say, I’m glad this album reached me.
What I like most about this album, is the combination of bleak black metal and the warm sound of the instruments. It’s an odd contradiction but one that works very well. This isn’t a mere blast-beats driven piece of black metal but a melodic and mysterious sounding version of the genre, highlighting in songs like ‘El Llanto del Bosque’ and ‘Dubos Etenos’. Often I’m reminded of acts like Bergthron, Windir or Falkenbach.
I really think it would be a shame if this album wouldn’t get much attention. It is a very strong example of a strange and underrated subgenre. So yes, I would like to recommend it to all the black metalheads out there, certainly the ones who love a bit of paganism and melody in their music. Nice work…
Stil: Melancholic Black Metal
Label: Morbid Shrine Productions
Erschienen: October 27th, 2015
Bereits der Opener «El Llanto del Bosque » prügelt gleich nach dem choralen Vorspiel los.
Schon die ersten Takte sind für eine Gänsehaut gut: Ein Einstieg, der an Intensität und Spannung reich ist und schwer fesselt – man wird förmlich eingesogen in die dunkle Landschaft von «Eboros».
«Silom Sego» ist eingängig, einnehmend und mit Hooks versehen, die nicht so schnell wieder aus den
Gehörgängen verschwinden. Hier wird das Tempo angezogen, die Bassdrum wummert vor sich hin.
Das folgende «Sword of Woe » brilliert mit seinem markanten Rhythmus, «El Canto de las Anjanas (Pt II) » ist der vielleicht stärkste Song auf dem Album, sicherlich aber, ob seiner Klasse, besonders erwähnenswert ist auch «Dubos Etenos» und «Sun of the Dead». Jede instrumentelle Einzelleistung ist
dabei beachtlich – wieder einer dieser Punkte, die jeden weiteren Hördurchlauf interessanter macht und der «Eboros» eine besondere Note gibt. Über «El Nubero de Samhain » geht´s zum Albumabschluss: «Eboros – Epitome of Death «.
Dux Briargh – All instruments and vocals
1. El Llanto del Bosque
2. Silom Sego
3. Sword of Woe
4. Dubos Etenos
5. Sun of the Dead
6. El Canto de las Anjanas (Pt II)
7. El Nubero de Samhain
8. Eboros – Epitome of Death
This is the cover art of the re-release of “Skapt av Helvetesild”, the demo of the true Norwegian act DJEVELKULT. The cover was done by Erun Dagoth, and the CD will include a cover song of Bathory and some extra live tracks. The stuff is being remastered at Khazad-Dûm Studios. More news and clips very soon. Stay fucking tuned!
“Skapt av Helvetesild” is planed to be out in one month worl wide!
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