Originally posted by: Craley
I have this in my "to do list." Will report back after listening.
I forget the dudes name, but knowing he is part of the one man USBM scene to me makes this record even more impressive. His influence of Norway's second wave BM also is a highlight here instead of sounding like it was recorded in a washing machine the recording quality is top notch, I love it.
Originally posted by: tony plush
Way better that Kentucky. And they have some good ideas but I was never really into bands like panopticon or cobalt. There a lot of BM going on now that I would much rather listen to.
I agree, but I do like Cobalt,and Mans Gin. But people experimenting more with different genres of music with vicious black metal I think is neat and different.