Tuesday, September 1, 2020

BLACK CULT – NEKROPOLA (Review by Varg The Mighty )

Croatian Black Metal band Black Cult have recently released their third album, “Nekropola”, remaining faithful to their pure style of the other albums.
With no intros or any place to rest, they deliver powerful, pure, fresh yet classic and quite dissonant Black Metal in exactly the way that is most enjoyable.
Charged with riffs that most musicians can’t manage to make to create in a way that sounds as well and a strong drumming that does not need to permanently rely on blast beats (in fact there are few in this album) to be able to achieve a good background presence. All of this gets combined with a classic voice that does not need any experimentation to fit the music.
This album is intense, and transmits everything that the style requires. It is good to hear decent albums that stick to the formula in these times of excessive experimentation. The songs I would highlight are “Likantropija” and “Parasite”.
I recommend this album to any fan of pure and classic Black Metal, and if you like any of its subgenres you may find it good as well. While being totally pure, it is quite decently recorded, with a good sound but without an overproduction.

 Review by Varg The Mighty

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