Death Worship

by Kafirun

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Niccolo Brown Black metal of the no concessions made to anyone about anything variety. I'm no purist but this record's power is undeniable. Favorite track: Death Of All Man.
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"Deranged black metal madness from Vancouver, BC, Canada." - Sol y Nieve

"Kafirun are, while harboring nearly all the trademarks of traditional black metal, nevertheless a band that straddles juxtaposing territory. The said 'style's' barbaric nature can effectively capture a pristine essence of bloodthirsty transcendent abandon, disenchanted delirium, or perhaps even a very inhuman strain of mystical experience. Rarely though, can a band of any approach, hold a plurality of such extremes in their soul without need of forcing such states, for they flow from one to the other as naturally as water flows down rocky fissures scarring the face of a mountain. Mind you, Kafirun are not particularly experimental at all. Yet in this brief demo, they threaten the listener with a trial by fire or ice in the breadth of these interwoven passages." - Encyclopedia Metallum

"Kafirun specialize in a haunting, eerie brand of black metal on the aptly named Death Worship. I often find myself associating Canadian black metal with the ultra-violent, warlike sounds of Revenge and Blasphemy, but this Vancouver-based quartet are far more atmospheric, the songs spreading over you like a blanket of thick fog that hides something deeply malevolent within. Even when the band goes into full-tilt blasting mode, the hazy, gloomy vibe remains thanks to a production scheme that’s just murky enough to create a deeply sinister sound without obscuring the music." - Isolation Grind

"Things start off with “Beyond the Flesh Vessel,” a weird, damaged track that spirals and leaves you dizzy after just a few minutes. The vocals go from titanic howls to throat-buzzing agony within seconds, splashing you with the reality that things are different in their world and they’re not going to do anything to make it more comfortable for you. “Death of All Man” should not be too hard to comprehend just from its title, and as promised, this thing hammers you with violence. The track rips right open, with the riffs causing havoc, harsh shrieks emanating and chilling, and an ominous vibe swimming through the center of this cut. The guitars sear and then cause your skin to go cold, while the infernal vocals provide a breath of fire from below, later turning into hypnotic chants that the music wraps around and sends into the stars. Closer “Thousand Spears” punishes from the start, lacing you with punches and letting the vicious growls spill over you like locust. Things hit a vortex, with the guitars chewing at you and the vocals dissolving into weird cries of agony. The back end is raw and furious, eventually giving way to a clean finish that finally gives you a drink of cool air. Kafirun’s might already is well known on this site, but it’s nice to finally dig into their origins and find the band’s first blast of terror." Meat, Mead, and Metal

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released March 27, 2015

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