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Beherit - Messe des Morts (split with Archgoat)
Review: Reaching toward pure noise and immerse atmosphere of hazy sound, Beherit make throbbing insistent music of raw nihilistic riffing in a melodic context that gives the resonance of individual phrases placement in song before devolution and reconstitution, injecting a self-awareness in humor and degradedly natural sound to these war anthems of blasting directness in rhythm and organic shape of tone. Deep contextual reference in vocal inflection encourages textural distinctiveness and emphatic cadence.
Focused on the insane as a deliberate corruption of structure to serve the needs of narrative in the way that events in life converge despite seeming illogicality, these songs develop concept in perversity and sensual rejection of purity for evolution of the liquid parts of consciousness emphasizing the unsayable subtext lurking beneath socialization in the conditioned human mind. With sudden structural change and hypnotic cadence of motion for ritual emphasis, these songs influence black metal through the growth of its absurdist extremism as total alienation from social pretext.
Fury in speed and collision drives the primordial pool of resonance from which emerge ideas of aggressive separation of different directions and the ancient art of hatred in thought process, fusing internal differences into an abyss of negativity. Thoughtful and provocative in its minimalism and structural precepts, this EP shows an evolution toward greater distance from expectations through the emergent properties of loyaltyless logic when applied to a naturalistic occult worldview.