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| Troy Killjoy
20.12.2011 - 09:28
Anti-humanistic Australian black metal band Pestilential Shadows have been around for quite some time now, releasing a handful of full-lengths along the way. Not a supergroup by definition, but members have (and in the case of former members, had) ties to the likes of Austere, Woods Of Desolation, Nazxul, Drowning The Light, and Baal Gadrial - described by Moribund Records as "sombre and melodic traditional black metal for fans of Weakling, Lord Belial, Kvist, Klage, and Dawn".
Their discography thus far:
The Fate of All that Lives demo (2003)
Putrify EP (2003)
Embrace After Death (2005)
Impaled by the Moon demo (2005)
In Memoriam, Ill Omen (2009)
And this is me shamefully admitting I was unaware of their most recent release up until tonight...
Now for (y)our listening pleasure:
Prettier than BloodTears.
| Bad English
20.12.2011 - 09:36
I remeber this band from Ausie, I listened it some eyars ago , it was good,
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04.02.2012 - 01:21
Depths sounds like Pestilential Shadows have become the new Nazxul or something very alike, mixed together with some melancholic & atmospheric compositions known from a lot of Pestilential Shadows' related doom and depressive black metal bands. All I hear is copies of other projects these guys are involved in mashed together in an album without any identity of its own. In itself, it's decent music with a fine composition and a occasional -Orthodox- ambient backing, but that's about it, really.