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The Satanist

by Behemoth

The Satanist by Behemoth

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The Satanist

by Behemoth

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Label: Metal Blade Records
Here's some good old spooky devil worship from the Polish black metal veterans, masterfully done. The mulch is given a dense, spacious mix that moves well and lets you appreciate the details -- horror moans from the catacombs, backwards masked and/or Latin Black Mass recitations, guitar unafraid of wah-wah ("Blow Your Trumpets Gabriel") or classic-rock soloing ("The Satanist"), occasional industrial-like clacking deep below ("Amen"). "In the Absence ov Light" has a heavily accented spoken part that's almost moving, and "O Father O Satan O Sun!" climaxes in some ecstatic Luciferian rapture.

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Here's some good old spooky devil worship from the Polish black metal veterans, masterfully done. The mulch is given a dense, spacious mix that moves well and lets you appreciate the details -- horror moans from the catacombs, backwards masked and/or Latin Black Mass recitations, guitar unafraid of wah-wah ("Blow Your Trumpets Gabriel") or classic-rock soloing ("The Satanist"), occasional industrial-like clacking deep below ("Amen"). "In the Absence ov Light" has a heavily accented spoken part that's almost moving, and "O Father O Satan O Sun!" climaxes in some ecstatic Luciferian rapture.

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About This Album

Here's some good old spooky devil worship from the Polish black metal veterans, masterfully done. The mulch is given a dense, spacious mix that moves well and lets you appreciate the details -- horror moans from the catacombs, backwards masked and/or Latin Black Mass recitations, guitar unafraid of wah-wah ("Blow Your Trumpets Gabriel") or classic-rock soloing ("The Satanist"), occasional industrial-like clacking deep below ("Amen"). "In the Absence ov Light" has a heavily accented spoken part that's almost moving, and "O Father O Satan O Sun!" climaxes in some ecstatic Luciferian rapture.