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 Post subject: Cult of Daath - Slit Throats and Ritual Nights (#2690)
PostPosted: Mon Mar 28, 2005 1:17 pm 
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Cult of Daath - Slit Throats and Ritual Nights
Old School Black Metal
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 28, 2005 2:17 pm 
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I liked The Grand Torturers Of Hell; ugly raw BM.
Nice review, like you said: nothing really special about CoD, but you can never have too much true raw Black metal!
Hails, Daniel!
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Thanks Valefor.

Yeah, they don't push the envelope, but they're good and enjoyable, and they have some really killer moments here and there.

Good primitive Black Metal.


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deathkvlt wrote:
Thanks Valefor.

Yeah, they don't push the envelope, but they're good and enjoyable, and they have some really killer moments here and there.

Good primitive Black Metal.


No need to continuously re-invent the wheel, I am glad there are some old-school raw bands still out there.
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valefor wrote:
deathkvlt wrote:
Thanks Valefor.

Yeah, they don't push the envelope, but they're good and enjoyable, and they have some really killer moments here and there.

Good primitive Black Metal.


No need to continuously re-invent the wheel, I am glad there are some old-school raw bands still out there.
V.


Hails to that!!!


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Bestial Atonement opens up with such a catchy riff. Reminded me why i love black metal.


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