Review: Grave MiasmaAbyss of Wrathful Deities

A cyclone in the catacombs. The histories of black and death metal began closely intertwined in their larval state before they had fully differentiated in the ’80s, separating for a while in the ’90s as both became starkly opposed to one another, and the re-entwining once more after their respective heydays led to a variety of interesting cross-pollination. This is of course a somewhat simplified view of history, but it’s hard to deny that both genres have influenced one another heavily. Typically, it has been death metal receiving the lion’s share of musical concepts as opposed to transmitting them, often … Continue reading Review: Grave MiasmaAbyss of Wrathful Deities