A.M.S.G. – Hostis Universi Generis

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Artiste

A.M.S.G.

Titre

Hostis Universi Generis

Format

CD

Label

PLR 169, Profound Lore Records

Année

2016

Genre

Rock

Style

Black Metal

Condition

Neuf

Pays

Canada

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A.M.S.G. – Hostis Universi Generis

01. The Exodus Of All Life

02. Baptized In The Blood Of Galaxies

03. Broken Chains Of Cursed Flesh

04. Divine.Madness.Transcends

05. The Perpetual Dance Of Existence And Demise

06. Astral Projections Of Lucifer


Description du label: Canada’s A.M.S.G. have been recognized as one of the most unique, strangest, controversial yet polarizing black metal bands today. Led by the notorious black metal maniac Angelfukk Witchhammer (ex-Ouroboros/Rites Of Thy Degringolade), A.M.S.G. are an entity upholding the true ancient spirit of black metal, without compromise (musically and within the core beliefs of the band members), by presenting their outsider death worship Luciferian black metal artistry that sets them apart pretty much from everything else going on in black metal today. By incorporating and harnessing the true black metal spirit through elongated melancholic yet vitriolic ritual-like hymns dedicated to the endless dark Aeon and chaotic black light, A.M.S.G.’s music contains many layers and dimensions within its sound picture by also incorporating morose noir-ish saxophone passages, moments of harsh noise/power electronics, ritualistic spoken word segments, acoustic guitar, piano, and digeridoo passages, and meticulous sampling. Following the band’s debut LP “Anti-Cosmic Tyranny” and their glorious limited edition « Forbidden Transformation » EP, the new A.M.S.G. album “Hostis Universi Generis” (featuring artwork from Jef Whitehead of LEVIATHAN) is unlike anything in black metal today, each of the six tracks serving as a ritual to bring upon the undoing and inversion of the universe in praise of confronting the event horizon.


 

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