Moloch – Verwüstung

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Moloch

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On May 5, 2014
Last modified:May 5, 2014

Summary:

Moloch's Verwüstung reviewed briefly at @PlanetMosh.

moloch - album cover art aWith Moloch, a true and grim underground black metal band has emerged, with most of their releases available as strictly limited editions! Hailing from dark, frozen Ukraine, Nocebo Records released an eight-song picture disc of Moloch’s material, titled Verwüstung. All lyrics are in Ukranian, but the song titles are in German, to “whiten” them a bit. It’s understood that the Ukraine is currently a “conflict zone”, and their technology might not be the greatest, but Nocebo should have insisted that the band at least record something professionally. This sounds like a 4-track recorded band practice. What’s nice about such a raw recording is that you can hear the skill of the musicians: occasionally meandering meter, vocalist overpowering his mic, and on. Sergiy and his “kultivated” fans must appreciate the message more than the vehicle. Tailor-made for humanity-spurning, cellar-dwelling black metal elitists, this disc is a collector’s item in the making.

Band Lineup:
Sergiy Fjordsson – Guitar, Keyboard, Vocals
Alzatoth – Guitar
Gionata Potenti – Drums

Track Listing:
A
01. Einklang
02. Blutmond
03. Spiritueller Selbstmord
04. Negativität
B
05. Nur der Tod ist wirklich
06. Die Kälte der Ewigkeit
07. Du bist nichts in dieser sterbenden Welt
08. Ausklang

Links:
http://www.moloch.com.ua
https://www.facebook.com/Molochukr

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Moloch's Verwüstung reviewed briefly at @PlanetMosh.

About Iris North

My formal position is: editor and music reviewer. I joined the PlanetMosh army in 2012. I enjoy extreme metal, 'shred' guitar, hard rock, prog rock, punk, and... silly pop music!
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