Master’s Hammer have uploaded samples today from their upcoming album, Formulæ, on their website.
Formulæ comes out on May 30th and sounds like a continuation of Master’s Hammer’s post-comeback experimental style that blends black metal, ambient, and intelligent dance tracks into experimental whatever.
May 30. 2016:
Releasing the seventh regular album.
Formulæ are simple incantations to summon spirits;
vulgar chants for everyday use.
Formulæ jsou jednoduchá zaklínadla k vyvolávání duchů;
sprosté popěvky pro každodenní upotřebení.
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5 thoughts on “Master’s Hammer Publish Samples from Formulæ”
How is this album not a classic ?
Maniac Butcher – Krvestřeb
Sounds like fucking Rammstein. What happened to this band?
Their website says the album was partially recorded in India so they’re probably acid casualties.
Czech is definitely the ultimate evil-sounding language.
Well, perhaps the songs sound a lot like Rammstein, but man, that first track “Den nicoty” actually sounds like good old Master’s Hammer (“Durga chce pít” and “Ukolébavka” do not sound bad at all) so clearly they are still able to deliver. Those three tracks would do a killer EP instead of being included in a shitty album.
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