16:27 - !J.O.O.E.! I recall that Bismuth now, mostly due to the nice artwork. Would be so much better with some proper guitars or additional effects to give it some depth. I think bass-only bands will only ever be a novelty, bar the odd exception.
16:23 - LuciferOfGayness Yeah its underwhelming that most of the new music isnt added. Bismuth was probably on of the best doom releases last year and still isnt here [link]
01. Industries Of Inferno 02. The Rest 03. Let The Kingdom Come 04. Wintermass 05. Crypt Of Fear 06. Where The Raven Flies 07. In Your Grave 08. In The Last Of The Ruins We Search For A New Planet 09. Eriaminell [2004 Re-release bonus]
The opinions I had heard about Mysticum's "In The Streams Of Inferno" were varying, a part of the people I had asked were telling me that it was something unworthy of my attention and that its production sucked, the other ones were hailing the album as something unique, extraordinary and beautiful in a bestial way. I will have to agree with the second opinion, "In The Streams Of Inferno" the first time I listened to it smashed my face to the ground with its superb and nihilistic industrial black metal, yes, you read correctly, industrial black metal!
Written by Alex Fenger on 10.09.2013 at 20:47 I really don't understand the obsession some people have over this album. Very standard in my opinion
Old comment. I know... But I'd say some people get obsessed by it because back in 1996 this was not standard at all... Well, at least I can't find anything like this before or during 1996.
I like it... At first I was a bit disappointed since I expected more but I'm currently giving it a few more spins. It might grow on me.