Judas Iscariot - Distant in Solitary Night

Posted on Tuesday, July 05, 2011

Cold, grim, and raw Black Metal the way it was meant to be. Anti-Christian, anti-Glam, anti-typical. Sure it’s sloppy, repetitive, and not played to utter perfection, but off your high horse, not everything has to be. There is emotion here. Hatred and sadness - who can’t relate? It’s been said before and I’ll say it again: This does remind me of mid-career Darkthrone, if that gives you an idea of the music. Sometimes I’m not in the mood for explosive Steve Evetts production, or something recorded at The Abyss, or anything smooth and polished for that matter. Sometimes I just need something dark and simple for reflection and bitterness therapy. Judas Iscariot’s mussy hymns are the perfect backdrop for such moods.

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