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Nachash – Phantasmal Triunity

nachash – phantasmal triunity

The most compelling aspect of this album is that even though the motto the band decided to label the sound they spit with is Black Metal, their sense of melody tends to rely more on a pretty traditional Heavy Metal face, as they inclined for a mid-paced rhythm section, everything sounds wider, as if we were staring at a big ass painting.

That doesn’t mean this Norwegian trio lied to us, we still get cosmic-occult lyrics, growled vocals and dark atmosphere, but it is hard not to be traced back to albums like “At the Heart of Winter” (Immortal) or “Ride the Lightning” (Metallica). Epic! (azathoth)