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Barkasth – Hear My Void

barkasth – hear my void

When Ukraine is mentioned as origin of a Black Metal act, I’m all ears because you never know if it is the Slavonic scene going stellar and atmospheric again.

With Barkasth you can ditch the thought of being a 100% in the vein of Drudkh as it is just unadulterated Black Metal, the more melodic kind combining certain melodies of the Greek, the Polish and their own Ukrainian scene.

On “Hear my Void”, just released a year after their debut album “Decaying”, you can hear traces of melodies and atmosphere that has similarities with Khors and Rotting Christ, executed in a way that keeps the listener interested the whole album, which I can only describe as a damn fine one. (Ricardo)