Kaeck – Stormkult Tape Release

kaeck stormkult cassette

Kaeck‘s Stormkult is about to be pressed to cassette by Heathen Tribes for all the heshers who still drive their parents’ 1990 Volvo station wagons. Death Metal Underground’s 2015 Album of the Year is perfect for blasting from your steel battle wagon or Dodge Neon to herald the coming of the god of this world to your fellow commuters.

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8 thoughts on “Kaeck – Stormkult Tape Release”

  1. vOddy says:

    If I had a tape player, I would get this. But I don’t, so I will get the CD instead. If it’s still selling. Otherwise, I’ll steal it. Hehe.

    1. C.M. says:

      Get it, it’s good. It’s like a dumber version of Sammath with better vocals.

      1. vOddy says:

        I haven’t heard Sammath, but if Sammath is a smarter version of this, I’ll probably like it. More than this, even, since it’s smarter.

        1. C.M. says:

          Ah, well, Sammath is one man, and he plays guitar in Kaeck, which where I got that comparison. His music is outstanding though, I recommend listening to the albums Dodengang, Triumph in Hatred, Godless Arrogance, since those are the most fully-realized and confident-sounding. Then there are two earlier albums but they are not so grounded in what would become the Sammath style, so I would approach those later on if you really want to.

          1. Sammath has influence from more than just the guitarist. The drummer’s favorite bands are Deicide and Immortal.

            1. C.M. says:

              Yes and on those three albums, his drumming really elevates the music to new heights. Few drummers can really emphasize that ebb and flow that guitarists/composers feel.

  2. Mythic Imagination says:

    Sammath are more literal, more apocalyptic, whereas Kaeck are more magical more esoteric but still warlike.

    1. Sammath songs are more rhythmic and conventionally structured.

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