Review: Ancient VVisdomMaster Of The Stone

It’s interesting that Ancient VVisdom emerged from under the wing of Integrity, that from the aesthetic and ideological influence of Holy Terror and The Process Church we ultimately see the emergence of something more recognizable in the realm of extreme music—a broader, theistic satanism in place of the more esoteric God/Jesus/Satan/Lucifer dynamic of the Process Church. The disparate path taken by Ancient VVisdom—specifically Integrity alumni Nathan Opposition and Michael Jochum—was musical as well as aesthetic. Though the first two Ancient VVisdom albums were primarily comprised of acoustic rock and neofolk, on Sacrifice the band began introducing elements of what would … Continue reading Review: Ancient VVisdomMaster Of The Stone