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Deathcode Society – Eschatonizer

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And again an anonymous bunch of individuals who try to be shrouded in mystery, just to keep focus on the music they have created. Well, that’s what I think it’s the purpose of this smokescreen. Thanks to the internet some narrowed it done as a bunch from France. The Black Metal on “Eschatonizer” is symphonic and bombastic as the keys have a prominent role within Deathcode Society. You can hear influences of Emperor (“IX Equilibrium” and “Prometheus – The Discipline of Fire & Demise), Dimmu Borgir (“Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia” and “Death Cult Armageddon” era) and Cradle of Filth “Midian” era. Let’s say the established names at the end of the 1990s – early 2000s. After they have released the albums of which they have written history with. Although they don’t match a band like Emperor, I do have to say I enjoyed this album, as not a lot of others play this kind of end 1990s Black Metal anymore. But I do have to admit it’s more about sympathy for nostalgia. (Ricardo)