Necromantic - buried beneath the christmas tree


Marcus Annaeus Lucanus, in his Pharsalia (c. 65 CE), tells of Sextus Pompey, son of Pompey the Great, who employed the necromancer Erichtho. From a battlefield they obtained the body of a recently slain soldier and, by magic ritual, interrogated it concerning the probable outcome of Pompey the Great's coming battles. They later burned the body.

Spirit of the Entrance Unto Death is a short but powerful introduction into this band’s mysterious world. Occult atmospherics via Hellenic theatrics and lowbrow, frenetic black metal merge to bring a pulsing, bass heavy demo. Despite this only being fifteen minutes long, Necromantic Worship shows a strong grasp of the Greek masters of old. Time will tell if the band can bring an atmosphere of this caliber to their upcoming full length. This is raw and dirty and has an extremely rough production, but part of the band’s charm lies in their ability to present such an authentic sound in such a short time.


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