For the Glory of your Redeemer

by Misotheist

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sightless_wisdom Thanks to Ippocalyptica for buying this and it then showing in my feed. If not for that, this gem may have gone long uncovered.
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Ippocalyptica Trondheim’s greatest sons strike again, except this time, Misotheist has put the entire genre on notice. For the Glory of your Redeemer is dissonant, serpentine, and muscular black metal that proudly shows its French and Icelandic influences while forging a chaotic and vibrant sound of its own. I have listened to this a number of times already and in each instance, the album reveals fascinating nuances, pulling me ever lower into the depths of its unambiguous malevolence. Favorite track: Acts of the Flesh.
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thecombinatorax Wow. I'm not usually one to gush about production (especially in black metal), but my god this is one of the best mixed and mastered metal albums I've ever heard (when listening with headphones). Everything is crystal clear and adds to the overall experience.

The song writing is excellent to boot! It's like Paracletus by DSO mixed with Misþyrming with a splash of (later) Blut Aus Nord. Great stuff! Favorite track: Acts of the Flesh.
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bcb723 Expansive head fuckery from Misotheist. Right when you think you are getting some straight black metal these songs bend a different way and get slower or more melodic (check "Benefactor of Wounds" for that peak ending). The 16 minute closing track is all over the place creatively - which can be a good or bad thing depending on your perspective. I kind of favor the two earlier shorter songs but it is growing on me. An interesting approach to ending the record, which I can appreciate. Favorite track: Benefactor of Wounds.
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jonteader Dark atmospheric music at it's best
The musicianship is impressive as well as the songs Favorite track: Benefactor of Wounds.
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Daniel Absolutely love this album. Misotheist picks up where they left off with their debut. It's always good to see band to improve and deliver on great promises set by their debut. Really, really need to see these guys live.
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"The second album from Trondheims MISOTHEIST is finally upon us after almost 2 years of various delays, and what a masterpiece it is! The craftsmanship behind these tracks are simply out of this world, and rarely does a band surprise you with twists and turns like Misotheist does. To deliver something as unique as this anno 2020, is a feat in its own right. Rest assured we are still talking Black Metal in its true shape and form, but some releases are just on their own level and this is one for those. For me personally this is among the best albums I have heard in many years!
The anticipation among fans has been extremely high after their stunning debut released back in 2018, and it's safe to say the band delivers and then some.
If Terratur Possessions ever had a 'sound', I would say 'this is it'."

-O.A.A./Terratur Possessions


released February 4, 2021

LP/CD/MC/Merch out via Terratur Possessions exclusively.
Worldwide distribution by Ván Records.
Layout by O:A:A and Kontamination Design.


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