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Unburied At Dusk

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Age: 27
From: USA

  13.05.2007 at 01:19


Krieg (German for "War") was a black metal band from the Somers Point, New Jersey in the United States of America. They played a low-fi, "raw" style, drawing influence from the Darkthrone-esque style of black metal and did not use synthesizers or folk instruments. With the only permanent member being Imperial, live members were drawn from an array of various bands, such as Nykalgia, Nachtmystium, Forest of Impaled, and Satanic Warmaster. The band split-up in 2006, and Imperial went on to create N.I.L. (Nihilism Is Liberation). While not a continuation of Krieg, N.I.L. reflects considerable black metal influence.

Disography:

Battlegod (Demo 1996)
Rise Of The Imperial Hordes (Full length) (1998)
The Church (EP 2001)
Destruction Ritual (Full length) (2002)
Kill Yourself or Someone You Love (Live album 2002)
The Black House (2004)
Patrick Bateman (EP) (2004)
Sono Lo Scherno (Full length) (1998/2005)
Blue Miasma (Full length) (2006)


I got Destruction Ritual in the mail yesterday... I liked it alot, insane vocals and great drumming!
Lathronniel

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Age: 25
From: Macedonia

  13.05.2007 at 17:55
Yeah i got it recently...great one!
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Churchburner

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Age: 25
From: Romania

  13.05.2007 at 19:27
Krieg is a really avarege band, wich got a pretty big attention for unknown reasons. the only album i enjoyed to some extent was The Black House. NIL is an even bigger cliche than Krieg. with a bandname like Nihilism Is Liberation i, don't know why, expected something original. plus there was that promotion line , droning black metal. hah. it drones alright, but that's about it. drone shit. good thing i didn't buy the cd, hahaha.
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Sinsanity
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  14.05.2007 at 10:58
I've seen them live at some point, and I wasn't impressed. Some time, after that, i did also listen to some of their stuff...I still didn't form a clear opinion about them, but as far as I'm concerned, it didn't sound "low-fi, "raw" style, drawing influence from the Darkthrone-esque style of black metal".
Angel Deformity
Azathoth

Posts: 1485
From: Australia

  14.05.2007 at 15:14
i have the split with evil, black house and blue miasma... krieg is one of the few true black metal bands left, i named my goldfish lord imperial in tribute to this band...

its orange with bits of black and white on its face... i found it funny

yeh i really like the total rawness of the production of krieg and how its different to most black metal bands, good stuff imo
Lucas
Mr. Noise

Posts: 13426

Age: 23
From: The Netherlands

  14.05.2007 at 17:10
Written by Angel Deformity on 14.05.2007 at 15:14

i have the split with evil, black house and blue miasma... krieg is one of the few true black metal bands left, i named my goldfish lord imperial in tribute to this band...

its orange with bits of black and white on its face... i found it funny


Must be one hell of an evil fish!
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Xtreme Jax
Psycroptipath

Posts: 2322

Age: 26
From: Australia

  14.05.2007 at 18:12
Only have the first full length, Rise Of The Imperial Hordes, and its pretty average. Its ok to listen to, but nothing really stands out from it and sounds all roughly the same. The high wails he does get a little annoying at times too, and thats coming from someone who doesnt mind Striborg...
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Winterfog

Posts: 102

Age: 25
From: Ecuador

  01.05.2009 at 20:16
Written by Empty Spaces on 13.05.2007 at 01:19



Krieg (German for "War") was a black metal band from the Somers Point, New Jersey in the United States of America. They played a low-fi, "raw" style, drawing influence from the Darkthrone-esque style of black metal and did not use synthesizers or folk instruments. With the only permanent member being Imperial, live members were drawn from an array of various bands, such as Nykalgia, Nachtmystium, Forest of Impaled, and Satanic Warmaster. The band split-up in 2006, and Imperial went on to create N.I.L. (Nihilism Is Liberation). While not a continuation of Krieg, N.I.L. reflects considerable black metal influence.

Disography:

Battlegod (Demo 1996)
Rise Of The Imperial Hordes (Full length) (1998)
The Church (EP 2001)
Destruction Ritual (Full length) (2002)
Kill Yourself or Someone You Love (Live album 2002)
The Black House (2004)
Patrick Bateman (EP) (2004)
Sono Lo Scherno (Full length) (1998/2005)
Blue Miasma (Full length) (2006)


I got Destruction Ritual in the mail yesterday... I liked it alot, insane vocals and great drumming!


Yes I have the discography but I must say Destruction Ritual is the best! the drumming is incredibly fast.. I really enjoy this band it's sound is raw and the voice is amazing!

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