À Travers Les Lambeaux

by SHEZMU

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warren barton
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warren barton SHEZMU absolutely nail it with the hellish Black Metal vibe. The killer sound and killer vocals crawl from the darkness to strangle the light and create a new kind of black metal magic. Favorite track: L'Arrivée Des Temps Déchus.
hatepolice
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hatepolice While I don't speak French, that doesn't stop me from slamming my head around to the mighty SHEZMU. Picture the Venn Diagram of Black, Doom and Death metals, and this record sits firmly in the middle. Analogue deliciousness. Favorite track: Les Secrets des Ziggourats.
YomaBarr
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YomaBarr That's how you do your first full length.
That's how you do a full length in an already crowded year for (widely taken) death metal. Up there with this year's Black Curse or Fornicus and more unpredictable. Amazing.
That riff on Ode À Hathor... that riff...
That acoustic track right after...
... meaowwww...
more... more...
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about

“a veritable black hole of extreme metal” — Decibel Magazine

“end of the year list worthy” — CVLT Nation

“Pure evil made sound” — Invisible Oranges

“electrifying emotional intensity and stunning ‘physical’ power” — No Clean Singing on the title track

“a stellar first outing” — Angry Metal Guy
“an oppressive masterpiece” —
MoshPitNation

“push the boundaries with challenging arrangements” — Echoes and Dust

“A completely unhinged, unpredictable and unique slab of fantastically dense Extreme Metal” (8.5/10)— Nattskog

“sonically pushes the levels of ferocity and heaviness” — The Razor’s Edge

9/10 Rating — GBHBL

“provides a variety of interesting moments” (4.2/5)— Deaf Sparrow

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released July 29, 2020

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