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Morguiliath – ‘Occult Sins, New Unholy Dimension’

Publisher
Osmose Productions
FFO
K.F.R, Bathory, Venom, Darkthrone, Hell Militia, Funeral Mist
Release Date
26/11/2021
Publisher
Osmose Productions
Genre
Black Metal

                You simply cannot argue that black metal is at its very best when it is focused entirely upon Satan, hate and misanthropy. It’s the very zenith of it. Strap on some leather and spikes and slap on some corpse paint and you’re good to go. One person who eats, sleeps and breathes this is Rats with his latest project Morguiliath releasing its sophomore album ‘Occult Sins, New Unholy Dimension’.

                There is often the thought of ‘how do you top an already superb debut album?’, well, the answer is you batten down the hatches and do more of the same. That is what Morguiliath have achieved here with ‘Occult Sins…’, there is no piss arsing about with post metal bollocks, no ambient Varg wankery or avant-garde weirdness where you need an arsefluff moustache, a pair of loafers and shit tattoos to understand. This album is balls to the wall black metal where pure infernal rage carries it. This means that tracks such as ‘Ad Mortem Festinamus’, ‘Venom and Vomit’ and ‘Aborted Inquisition’ have all the draw of Bathory, Venom and Darkthrone.

                Yeah, ok, there’s nothing here that hasn’t been done already before, but who fucking cares? This is black metal done the way black metal should be and if you’re looking for an album of black metal that knocks it out of the park then ‘Occult Sins…’ is a good choice because this is a fantastic album of underground metal.

"black metal done the way black metal should be"
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