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Krist4Lyne wrote:
Do you know of black metal bands with female vocalist ?

Check out Hulder.
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TrhlaSlecna
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 12, 2022 10:53 am 
 

Looking for some symphonic black metal that does both at once, rather than alternating. Like, most symphonic BM bands have a symphonic segment then followed by a regular BM segment. Im looking for someone that does both at once. Kinda like Anaal Nathrakh with their operatic vocals over blast beats.

Also, im wondering if there is a happy counterpart to DSBM. Like Power Black Metal?

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SafassThin
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 17, 2022 1:49 pm 
 

TrhlaSlecna wrote:
Looking for some symphonic black metal that does both at once, rather than alternating. Like, most symphonic BM bands have a symphonic segment then followed by a regular BM segment. Im looking for someone that does both at once. Kinda like Anaal Nathrakh with their operatic vocals over blast beats.


Listen to Witchcraft by Obtained Enslavement, Drudenhaus by Anorexia Nervosa and Moon in the Scorpio by Limbonic Art.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 22, 2022 9:02 am 
 

Can you tell me what are some of your favourite black metal albums from the past 5-10 years? I kinda fell off black metal wagon and I have no idea where to start again. I'm looking for something fresh and interesting to listen (please don't recommend clone bands).

Thanks!
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 22, 2022 12:31 pm 
 

Paka01 wrote:
Can you tell me what are some of your favourite black metal albums from the past 5-10 years? I kinda fell off black metal wagon and I have no idea where to start again. I'm looking for something fresh and interesting to listen (please don't recommend clone bands).

Thanks!


Uada; Devoid of Light
Батюшка; Панихида (Batushka; Panihida)
There's Always Blood at the End of the Road; Wiegedood
Cultes des Ghoules; Henbane

Speaking of Cultes des Ghoules. I'm looking for recommendations of artists who really get immersed into their assumed personas/storytelling. Concept musicians if you will. CDG and Mutiilation are what come to mind. Not looking for NSBM. Thanks.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 22, 2022 2:31 pm 
 

Paka01 wrote:
Can you tell me what are some of your favourite black metal albums from the past 5-10 years? I kinda fell off black metal wagon and I have no idea where to start again. I'm looking for something fresh and interesting to listen (please don't recommend clone bands).

Thanks!

Here are my favorites:
Auðn - Vökudraumsins Fangi
Anything album from Wiegedood's discography, they're all pretty good.
Helleruin - War Upon Man

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 22, 2022 2:34 pm 
 

this is some of the best BM from recent years, 100 % innovative, original and generally refreshing stuff:

mgla - with hearts towards none and especially exercises in futility
akitsa - credo
both forlorn winds albums
grole - with a pike upon my shoulder
Óreiða – Óreiđa
wagner ödegard - om kosmos och de tolv järtekn
plague organ - orphan
Këkht Aräkh – Pale Swordsman
regnans - serpent sheds its skin
ulvegr - vargkult (while this one is not truly original stuff, it's still killer and highly recommended).
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Inspector_Satan
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 23, 2022 12:27 am 
 

I haven't paid as much attention the last few years but a few that I keep coming back to are:

Minenwerfer - Alpenpasse
Beketh Nexehmu - De Fördolda Klangorna
Misþyrming - Söngvar elds og óreiðu
Fluisteraars - Bloem


Also I've spent a lot of time with most of into_the_pit's list so I'm looking forward to checking out Grole, Plague Organ and Regnans now, thank you!

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 24, 2022 12:18 am 
 

Paka01 wrote:
Can you tell me what are some of your favourite black metal albums from the past 5-10 years? I kinda fell off black metal wagon and I have no idea where to start again. I'm looking for something fresh and interesting to listen (please don't recommend clone bands).

Thanks!


Here's a few more for you to digest.

Sumerian Tombs self tiltled.
Ultha - Converging Sins and All That Has never Been True
Ascension - Consolamentum and Under Aether
Acrimonious - Eleven Dragons
Nox Formulae - Drakon Darshan Satan
Almyrkvi - Umbra
Bâ'a - Deus qui non mentitur
Aosoth - Arrow in Heart
Aversio Humanitatis - Behold the Silent Dwellers
Behexen - The Poisonous Path
Entartung - Malefices Artes
Whoredom Rife - Nid - Hymner av hat
Prison of Mirrors - De Ritualibus et Sacrificiis ad Serviendum Abysso
Mānbryne - Heilsweg: O udręce ciała i tułaczce duszy
Issolei - Cilicium
Drastus - La croix de Sang
Rebirth of Nefast - Tabernaculum
Blut Aus Nord - Hallucinogen
Schammasch - Hearts of No Light
Mephorash - Shem Ha Mephorash
Krvna - Sempifernus
Cénotaphe - Monte Verità

Aaaaaand probably a shit ton of others :lol: but these are all fucking solid starts.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 24, 2022 5:55 am 
 

Thanks guys!
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 24, 2022 6:06 am 
 

Inspector_Satan wrote:
I haven't paid as much attention the last few years but a few that I keep coming back to are:

Minenwerfer - Alpenpasse
Beketh Nexehmu - De Fördolda Klangorna
Misþyrming - Söngvar elds og óreiðu
Fluisteraars - Bloem


Also I've spent a lot of time with most of into_the_pit's list so I'm looking forward to checking out Grole, Plague Organ and Regnans now, thank you!


you're welcome. if you enjoy that regnans, check out the other projects that guy is involved in (especially advanced hatred and moon labyrinth, both are amazing as well). that guy is one of my favorite songwriters in BM from recent years.
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TrhlaSlecna
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 24, 2022 10:19 am 
 

SafassThin wrote:
TrhlaSlecna wrote:
Looking for some symphonic black metal that does both at once, rather than alternating. Like, most symphonic BM bands have a symphonic segment then followed by a regular BM segment. Im looking for someone that does both at once. Kinda like Anaal Nathrakh with their operatic vocals over blast beats.


Listen to Witchcraft by Obtained Enslavement, Drudenhaus by Anorexia Nervosa and Moon in the Scorpio by Limbonic Art.


Actually TYSM!! While the other two albums are also very good, Drudenhaus *blows* them out the park, a an absolutely fucking slaying and exactly what I was looking for!

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Sovlisimportant
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 04, 2022 12:56 pm 
 

Can someone rec me some really obscure 90s Symphonic Black metal with a lot of synths?

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 06, 2022 8:32 am 
 

Sovlisimportant wrote:
Can someone rec me some really obscure 90s Symphonic Black metal with a lot of synths?


not sure how obscure exactly you mean if you don't give a frame of reference, but here's a few recs, from not so obscure to pretty much obscure:

obtained enslavement - witchcraft:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swuZzfn8cuY

grausamkeit - pink green 666

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZI066qr1mE

daimon - presence of the past

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qfpc9Y7ANA0
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 06, 2022 10:39 am 
 

Also, Weltenganger by Lunar Aurora. https://lunaraurora.bandcamp.com/album/welteng-nger
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 06, 2022 1:19 pm 
 

Paka01 wrote:
Can you tell me what are some of your favourite black metal albums from the past 5-10 years? I kinda fell off black metal wagon and I have no idea where to start again. I'm looking for something fresh and interesting to listen (please don't recommend clone bands).

Thanks!

Bit late, but piling up more great stuff on the list is always a decent option I hope.

Going with the last 10 years option - most what I'd say are my fave BM albums ever were released in that period in fact :lol:

In no particular order:

Aosoth - IV: Arrow in Heart and V: The Inside Scriptures (the former's in a three-way tie for BM GOAT album for me)
Thantifaxath - Sacred White Noise
Lunar Aurora - Hoagascht
Gruzja - I iść dalej
Drastus - La croix de Sang
Almost everything Blut aus Nord released, but particularly Memoria Vestusa III and Hallucinogen
Carpe Noctem - Vitrun (the third contestant in the aforementioned three-way GOAT bout)
Blattaria - Blattaria
Arizmenda - Despair Depths Descended
Odraza - Esperalem tkane

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Knelt Rote - Alterity (more grind but there are BM riffs in there, and the album is just great so if ultraviolent blackened stuff interests you, check it out)
Emptiness - Nothing but the Whole (...kinda BM, all sorts of unique and awesome, really great atmosphere on this one)
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 13, 2022 3:40 am 
 

I'm looking for bands who combine black metal and dungeon synth in the same song. By searching the archives I've found plenty of bands who have some black metal songs and some dungeon synth songs, but I'm interested to hear a combination of the two genres in the same song.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 13, 2022 12:32 pm 
 

BloodGnosis wrote:
I'm looking for bands who combine black metal and dungeon synth in the same song. By searching the archives I've found plenty of bands who have some black metal songs and some dungeon synth songs, but I'm interested to hear a combination of the two genres in the same song.

Like Summoning?

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elvenefrisian
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 13, 2022 1:42 pm 
 

anyone got something like Axis of Light? some raw black metal with an emphasis on really catchy riffs

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 13, 2022 2:49 pm 
 

SafassThin wrote:
BloodGnosis wrote:
I'm looking for bands who combine black metal and dungeon synth in the same song. By searching the archives I've found plenty of bands who have some black metal songs and some dungeon synth songs, but I'm interested to hear a combination of the two genres in the same song.

Like Summoning?

I'm looking for something a bit darker and more lo-fi than Summoning, with more emphasis on the eerie side of dungeon synth.
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 19, 2022 1:14 am 
 

elvenefrisian wrote:
anyone got something like Axis of Light? some raw black metal with an emphasis on really catchy riffs


Maybe try Ventos or Obsidian Grave. The Lament in Winter's Night side of the split in the latter is good as well, if you enjoy it you would probably want to look into more of Dark Adversary's roster. Also Geheimnisvoll.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 21, 2022 11:22 pm 
 

BloodGnosis wrote:
SafassThin wrote:
BloodGnosis wrote:
I'm looking for bands who combine black metal and dungeon synth in the same song. By searching the archives I've found plenty of bands who have some black metal songs and some dungeon synth songs, but I'm interested to hear a combination of the two genres in the same song.

Like Summoning?

I'm looking for something a bit darker and more lo-fi than Summoning, with more emphasis on the eerie side of dungeon synth.

Maybe Old Sorcery? From what I'm aware, Sorrowcrown is the only album of theirs with much black metal on it, but I enjoyed it. The black metal sections reminded me of Paysage Dhiver if that's lo-fi enough for you.

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 23, 2022 2:29 am 
 

BloodGnosis wrote:
I'm looking for bands who combine black metal and dungeon synth in the same song. By searching the archives I've found plenty of bands who have some black metal songs and some dungeon synth songs, but I'm interested to hear a combination of the two genres in the same song.


If i remember well Crépuscule d'Hiver's only album did this quite successfully

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 24, 2022 9:01 pm 
 

kazhard wrote:
Recently, I grew quite fond of Watain and I wonder if there are bands that sounds somewhat similar to their first album Rabid Death’s Curse. If you know any feel free to let me know.


I’ll bump this just in case.
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rarezuzuh wrote:
Maybe Old Sorcery? From what I'm aware, Sorrowcrown is the only album of theirs with much black metal on it, but I enjoyed it. The black metal sections reminded me of Paysage Dhiver if that's lo-fi enough for you.

This is exactly the kind of thing I was looking for, thanks.

Morn Of Solace wrote:
If i remember well Crépuscule d'Hiver's only album did this quite successfully

This is a little more uplifting than what I had in mind, but I still really like it, thanks.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 30, 2022 7:41 am 
 

Hi guys,
I'm looking for bands similar to early Al-Namrood (Kitab Al Awthan, Estorat Taghoot) and late Leviathan (True Traitor, True Whore, Scar Sighted).
Thanks in advance

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I'm looking for something similar to late Leviathan stuff (Scar Sighted; True Traitor, True Horror). Something with dense atmosphere, "angry" vocals, noise elements and maybe clean production. One album that comes to my mind is Teethed Glory & Injury by Altar of Plagues.
I'm also looking for something similar to early Al-Namrood discography (Kitab Al Awthan, Estorat Taghoot). "Real", kind of raw black metal with middle eastern vibes. Nothing catchy like Melechesh or Narjahanam.
Thanks in advance

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what about atesh?
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What's the next Leviathan album I should listen to? I've listened to both The Tenth Sublevel and Scar Sighted.
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Those two are probably his best ones... Massive Conspiracy is the one i would check out next and then the only album from side project Lurker of Chalice, if you missed it.

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EvergreenSherbert wrote:
What's the next Leviathan album I should listen to? I've listened to both The Tenth Sublevel and Scar Sighted.


To me White Devil, Black Metal is by far and away the best Leviathan release

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Really into that Caladan Brood atmospheric/epic stuff. Anywhere I should go from here? Don’t say Burzum or WITTR, lol. Any nice obscure stuff worth listening to?
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Witchcraft. Hell yes. That album isn't appreciated nearly enough.
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Morn Of Solace wrote:
BloodGnosis wrote:
I'm looking for bands who combine black metal and dungeon synth in the same song. By searching the archives I've found plenty of bands who have some black metal songs and some dungeon synth songs, but I'm interested to hear a combination of the two genres in the same song.


Dude, try Grausamkeit's demo Angeldestruction, track two "Im Zeichen Des Bosen" is exactly what you're looking for.
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MeavyHetal wrote:
Looking for some leftist black metal bands. I’m already familiar with big names like Wolves In The Throne Room, Panopticon, Dawn Ray’d etc. but the subgenre doesn’t matter as long as leftist themes are present within the theme of the band.


Does Ancst still count as black metal? If you haven't already heard them, that may be what you're looking for.
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BloodGnosis wrote:
I'm looking for bands who combine black metal and dungeon synth in the same song. By searching the archives I've found plenty of bands who have some black metal songs and some dungeon synth songs, but I'm interested to hear a combination of the two genres in the same song.


You might like Grollfried and Friedhof

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SkullfulOfSludge wrote:
Looking for non-Viking BM with a bit of an "ethnic"/"folk" vibe, like Melechesh, or to use a DM example, Nile.


Drudkh.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 21, 2022 8:37 pm 
 

Footless wrote:
Really into that Caladan Brood atmospheric/epic stuff. Anywhere I should go from here? Don’t say Burzum or WITTR, lol. Any nice obscure stuff worth listening to?

Dies Irae, Enid (specially older stuff, I think they might have been the first band to cover Summoning), and Druadan Forest.
All of these apply to the poster looking for dungeon synth-y bm too.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 22, 2022 1:02 pm 
 

Footless wrote:
Really into that Caladan Brood atmospheric/epic stuff. Anywhere I should go from here? Don’t say Burzum or WITTR, lol. Any nice obscure stuff worth listening to?


Elffor
Moongates Guardian
Ered Wetherin
Kinstrife & Blood
Emyn Muil
Druadan Forest
Sojourner
Urdôl Ur
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coupdebleus wrote:
Footless wrote:
Really into that Caladan Brood atmospheric/epic stuff. Anywhere I should go from here? Don’t say Burzum or WITTR, lol. Any nice obscure stuff worth listening to?

Dies Irae, Enid (specially older stuff, I think they might have been the first band to cover Summoning), and Druadan Forest.
All of these apply to the poster looking for dungeon synth-y bm too.


Thanks, I will check all of these out. Which Druadan Forest album should I start with? The band's discography appears to be split between the late nineties and the 2010's, should I do the old-school demos or the new albums?
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