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Beherit – At the Devil’s Studio 1990

I am really glad this recording is not the final form these songs took, but I am equally glad to be able to hear them in this form. Most people will compare this to The Oath of Black Blood, but it reminds me more of the later EPs, although it’s in the style of The Oath of Black Blood.

On those later EPs Beherit experimented with the sonic form of its material, not changing the song structures as much as the pacing and the use of guitar noise, drone and other techniques. What emerged on the Osmose release of The Oath of Black Blood (a compilation of demos assembled by the label into an album) was more monolithic and primitive, in the raw style of Blasphemy which was inherited almost certainly from a cross between early Bathory and early Napalm Death.

But some time later what came forth on Drawing Down the Moon removed the chaos in favor of a clear, simple, direct and ominously infectious statement of power; it matured, for lack of a better word, and cut out the ambiguity to make a purposeful and morbid statement of dark power.

At the Devil’s Studio attempts to take the early monolithic style and tweak it sonically to gain effect, and it does so by making a dark immersive world of hanging sheets of resonant sound, but it loses the sinister abstraction and aloofness of the second album.

However, it gives these songs a new dimension, and makes it like hearing them for the first or second time, which alone will induce me to buy this thing and keep it close at hand.

-Brett Stevens-

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Beherit – At the Devil’s Studio 1990

This looks to be an interesting release. The story is that after 20 years, a tape is found of Nuclear Holocausto Vengeance and Sodomatic Slaughter going for broke on tracks from the first two albums… and it’s (as always) rawer, less controlled, more chaotic, and more evil. It seems to me that it’s a more controlled version of The Oath of Black Blood, while the band were still trying to be more dramatic like Venom/Sarcofago and before they discovered the detached, organic, withdrawn evil of the second album.

But it’s best you see for yourselves:

The Oath of Black Blood

Six Days with Sadistic Slayer

Order from Hell’s Headbangers here — to be released in June 2011.

22 thoughts on “Beherit – At the Devil’s Studio 1990”

  1. Levy_Spearmen says:

    Finnish cock, HO HO!

  2. Album of the year already! says:

    Sounds unbelievably evil.

  3. Levy_Spearmen says:

    Sounds like I’ve heard it before. Already album of the year in the last decade!

  4. Veritas says:

    Sounds unbelievably gay.

  5. Anti-Baldy_Spearmen says:

    Fuck off, Levy.

  6. serious question says:

    Anybody here at the DLA knows what genre of music the band Placebo play??

  7. serious answer says:

    Goat metal

  8. Levy_Spearmen says:

    HO HO! An enemy! How exciting!

  9. anti-Levy_Spearmen says:

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    Nothing you say is funny.

    YOU are lame.

  10. anti-Levy_Spearmen says:

    HO HO!

    Try that on for size.


  11. anti-Levy_Spearmen says:

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  12. Pro-Levy_Spearmen says:


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  13. Pro-Levy_Spearmen says:

    …I hope my comment was stored…In your heart.

  14. Les Legions Noires fan. says:

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  17. A.N.U.S Blogpost HQ says:

    Due to unforeseen anal bleeding, the role of “Levy_Spearmen” will be played by James Van Der Beek this evening.

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  18. Levy_Beekmen says:

    Modern society totally sucks ass man!!!

    I can just stand here and do nothing while it takes mah gurl away from me! Right under my nose!

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  20. lol yay says:

    placebo plays solar/sun metal

  21. shipman's ghost says:

    I played both beherit videos at the same time. sounded good. try it.
    btw fyi, varg’s unearthed a raw mix of de mysteriis dom sathanas that has the bass turned up so loud you can’t hear the guitars.
    also, you can hear faust’s original keyboard playing that euronymous removed in honor of dead who hated keyboards

  22. Wiki says:

    Following the arrest, Serbian authorities tightened security and banned public gatherings throughout the country. The Serbian Radical Party praised Mladić as a “hero” and described his arrest as “one of the hardest moments in Serbian history”. The extreme-right group 1389 described his arrest as “national treason”. In Novi Sad, hundreds of demonstrators attempted to break into the headquarters of the ruling Democratic Party, but were blocked by riot police. Two demonstrators were injured. In Lazarevo, residents expressed support of Mladić to the media, waved Serbian and Russian flags, put up a banner of support at the entrance, blocked the road with a trailer, chanted, blocked people from taking pictures of Mladić’s house, and told journalists to leave. Serbian police placed the house under guard, and arrested a demonstrator.

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