- Band(s): Suicide Circle
- Label(s): Osmose Productions
- Release Format(s): 10" vinyl, Cassette, Demo
- Release Year: 2020
- Review Date: February 8, 2021
“Demo MMXX” is the debut release of this depressive Black Metal duo from French territories.
It has 4 tracks with a total of 26 minutes of dark and sad melodies and I would like to say that the voice reminds me of Mayhem´s Attila, but in a melancholic way, which is really great in my opinion.
The drumming during “From the Void of Their Mind “ has an impressive double bass and we can hear a quite technical guitar sound, while second track “Prophet of Doomsday” has a huge Darkthrone influence on it. The beginning of this song reminds me of an early Darkthrone style and we can witness a faster Black Metal style.
The “Funeral Wedding “ returns to a slower tempo and more atmospheric sound which turns into a good blackened Doom composition, full of chaos and melancholy. To finish the demo we have “The Sphere of Chaos” which is a song that has more ambient elements and concludes the demo as a good last track.
I strongly recommend this band for fans of early Burzum or Mayhem. One important aspect I would like to highlight is that this demo was released by the famous Osmose Productions tape format limited to 100 copies as well as a 10″ vinyl version limited to 300 copies. (Manuel Sanchez)
- Country: France
- Style: Black Metal, Death Metal
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