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Unaussprechlichen Kulten - Baphomet Pan Shub-Niggurath

Unaussprechlichen Kulten
Baphomet Pan Shub-Niggurath
by Aaron "Five Magics" Price at 17 October 2014, 7:03 AM

Constant overpowering instrumentals, guttural vocals that are hardly understandable and if I'm not mistaken it's all in another language, not that I could tell. What more could you possibly ask for? Death Metal bands have been working with this style of stuff since the birth of it, and every year vocalists aim to make their vocals lower and lower so they can be more "brutal" so that's what UNAUSSPRECHLICHEN KULTEN aim to do with their release "Baphomet Pan Shub-Niggurath."

I'll be honest I've listened to this album a few times through and each song seems to bleed into each other, its blastbeat after blastbeat. Indistinguishable vocal after indistinguishable vocal and some cool riffs kick in every once in a while. The cool thing I found is either the bass is turned way up, since you can actually hear it and all, or it's fretless. I'm going with the latter because of the BEYOND CREATION sound the bass has that kicks in like 3-4 times throughout the album.

I'm not gonna wait your time and try to talk about much more, I don't enjoy when an album sounds pretty close to the same throughout the entire thing. There are a few sections that have differences "Kadath In The Cold Waste" for instance. Feel free to tell me in wrong, everyone has their opinion.

1 Star Rating

1. Prologue
2. The Hooded Baphomet Bleated
3. La Recta Provincia
4. Yogge-Sothothe
5. Ceremony Of Belial
6. Kadath In The Cold Waste
7. Nomen Mysticum
8. Spirals Of Acrid Smoke
9. Epilogie
Joseph Curwen - Vocals, Guitars
Herbert West - Guitars
Namru Impetradorum Motem - Bass
Butcher Of Christ - Drums
Record Label: Dark Descent Records


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