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Angelcunt (Tales of Desecration)


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Son ov Perdition I’ve tried and I haven’t been able to find any flaws with this EP; this is non-trendy, non-conformist, sewage-dwelling Black Metal in every possible way. The production is almost perfect… perhaps the drums could’ve been a little more prominent in the mix, but it’s not so absent that it takes away a single ounce of evil from the total assault. An amazing release from the Finnish Horde..
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Marshall Barnett BUY THIS ALBUM OR FUCK OFF!!!

HAIL SATAN!! Favorite track: Black Messiah.
Matthew Toye
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Matthew Toye Their first EP established Archgoat as the most important band in Finnish black metal. They're one of the most consistent ones too. Favorite track: Death And Necromancy.
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astarothnykretus it was an influence for us, Hails from south Texas! Favorite track: Rise Of The Black Moon.
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Originally released in 1993, this genuinely disturbing piece of work, considered by many as one of the best Black Metal EPs of all time, is the pure quintessence of what the Satanic metal scene has to offer the world, a morbid compendium of bestial compositions!

On this cult release, the mighty ARCHGOAT is simply phenomenal, reigning as a master on the throne of sonic atrocities. With disconcerting ease the demonic horde violently assault our lost souls with a ton of deadly riffs, perverse synth waves, and always this mythic voice, imposing, guttural, and brutal… the whole thing deliciously bogged-down in a primitive and raw production.

More than 20 years after its release, "Angelcunt (Tales Of Desecration)" is still a devastating standard by which others must be measured in the most dangerous sphere of uncivilized musical madness.

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released October 14, 2015


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After their legendary 1994 EP “Angelcunt (Tales of Desecration)," ARCHGOAT vanished from the scene for over a decade. In 2004, the gates of Hell opened anew and saw ARCHGOAT return with their bestial blend of blackened death only sharpened by the ravages of time.
Black metal changed, ARCHGOAT did not, and it is their capable hands that shall carry the black flame forward for years to come.
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