Recorded in 1988 and considered to be a classic by the legendary
Hungarian band, it was released on Nocturnal Art for the good of
mankind, so that everyone could know of the bands fine music . never for
Euro was supposed to release this on DLS but he croaked. The band
received attention because of Atilla's involvement with Mayhem and
Dissection's cover of 'Elisabeth Bathory' on Euro tribute (questions:
does anyone still harbour a grudge on Christian Vikernes? Where is that
murderous midget IT?).
Anyways enough rambling, this is a really good CD with strong songs
consisting of black thrash. Atilla's voice isn't as vile as it would be
on the Mayhem disc. You should have this disc in your collection as the
bands cult status is justified. Grab their 'Seventh Day of Doom' but
stay away from 'Recipe Ferrum'.
© 2001 malphas