Friday, January 8, 2021

THE INFERNAL SEA – NEGOTIUM CRUCIS ( Review by Varg The Mighty )

Today’s review is of British Black Metal band The Infernal Sea’s new album.

Following in the style of their previous “The Great Mortality” with an improvement in their compositions, The Infernal Sea have delivered a quite unique yet typical, modern yet old-school album with each and every song being outstanding.

From the waltz feeling in “Destruction Of Shum” to the Rock solo in “Befallen Order” to the slow paced darkness of “God Wills It” to the odd experimentation in the bonus track “Into The Unknown”, this album is full of surprises and will surely have at least some riff stuck into your head after a couple of plays. Although the band plays a very pure kind of Black Metal in the likes perhaps of bands like Horna, Besatt or Tulus (most notably in the bass guitar of songs like “Field Of The Burned”), every now and then you can appreciate some hints of Black n’ Roll that don’t quite ruin the seriousness of the songs but instead adds more depth to them.

I recommend this album to fans of Black Metal and Black n’ Roll. My rating is of 9,5/10.

Review by Varg The Mighty 


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