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Verberis – Vexamen

verberis – vexamen

After a stellar demo from 2014, the darkness of necromancy comes alive in the first full-length from New Zealand’s Verberis. The music delivers on every level: it captures that menacing occult spirit of Mortuary Drape, while still adding their own touch. In fact, I would regard “Vexamen” as one of the best black/death albums that I’ve heard from a New Zealand act. Every song on this album is an exercise in aural darkness, with lengths ranging anywhere from three to eight minutes. Some of my favourite songs include “Fangs of Pazuzu” and “Charnel Vibrations.” Definitely check them out if you’re into bands like Lantern, Mortuary Drape and Black Grail. (Filth Bearer)