A Kiss in the Charnel Fields

This reviewer generally hates ”art black metal” and that is why the first thought at this was that Napalm Records and these Austrians got a plan to kill christians with boredom but ended up selling the poison to the wrong audience. This first album by KOROVA is ”innovative”, meaning that it has surprisingly ineffective riffs and structural ideas, it’s also ”progressive”, meaning loss of all coherence and it’s also ”nice”, meaning that it’s actually quite homosexual!

Now that I’m off to insulting this album I might add that it isn’t totally worthless if the listener can stomach FLEURETY, IN THE WOODS, new ULVER and everything else that is very individualistic but not respected by the true black metal audience because they have better than demo production.

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