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Indesiderium – Wanderer of the Abyssal Plains

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The USBM scene has some fine acts and released good albums throughout the years. One of the newer acts is Indesiderium, although these tracks are written during Lord Atrum’s own dark journey, which beholds involvement with the unholy alliance of Gravespawn. The hymns are influenced by the mid 1990s Nordic scene, using mostly faster riffs to create a certain grim atmosphere. But also his own USBM scene is an influence, as the tracks “Indesiderium” and “Letting Go-Ad Finem Vitae” contains less lo-fi Judas Iscariot mid-tempo repeating riffs and doomy melodies. The main man is writing on new material, I’m curious how this will turn out. (Ricardo)