Stephanie K. C. Allouche, popularly known as Deathanie (or Deathanie Cunt), famous for her contribution in bands like Taake, Nattefrost and Krypt has deceased recently at the age of 41. The cause behind her death was not published due to her family decision. Taake frontman Hoest made a statement regarding her death on June 13, 2015. Continue reading Deathanie (ex- Krypt, Taake, Nattefrost) departs at 41
The Elysian Fields (Formerly Desulphurize) was one of the experimental black/death metal bands that formed in the early 90’s in Greece. Despite releasing two fantastic albums We… the Enlightened and 12 Ablaze, they mostly stayed under the shadows of more popular bands. After a hiatus since 2010, The Elysian Fields formed again in the last year and currently working on their 5th full length album. Continue reading Nuclear War Now! to re-release Elysian Field’s Debut Full-length
Swedish mystical duo Samhara independently released their initial demonstration “Deathkult Sutra”on demo tape back in the 2014. Clandestine Faith Promotions will re-invoke this spiritual torturing voyage by re-releasing (with reproduction) it in CD format.
This work entirety expresses the first hand experience through the creators which took place during a pilgrimage towards the burning cremation grounds residing in India, to fulfill a calling which came as a vision through the gnashing jaws of redemption. Continue reading Full Album Streaming: Samhara – Deathkult Sutra
Today we have a new chapter to bring forward which is related to the French black metal dimension. A while ago we published an interview with Amduscias, the frontman of Temple of Baal, but now we are delighted to share with you the dark words of Mkm of Aosoth and legendary Antaeus, basically two radical bands for the period unfolded after the year 2000. You will read here about the status of Antaeus, a satanic group that apotheosized aggression on each possible level through the medium of albums like De Principii Evangelikum or the great Blood Libels. Otherwise, Aosoth is a fierce brute which continues to spread catacomb sounds and blasphemy. Below is our gloomy talk with the vocalist of these two bands. Continue reading Temple of words: an interview with MkM (Aosoth, Antaeus)