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Rites of Death

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Evroklidon, “The Flame of Sodom”
The Flame of Sodom, 2005

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Blood Covenant - At the Cross [Official Music Video] 2013

fathercaye:

Armenian unblack metal: Blood Covenant - At the Cross (խաչի մոտ) 2013. Music video based on metal version of old Armenian christian song “At the Cross” (խաչի մոտ)

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Vomoth, “Beyond the Gate”
Australian Metal Compilation 2: Raise The Dead, 1995

Encyclopedia Metallum has Vomoth as the first unblack metal act in the world, even before Horde.  It seems somewhat difficult to corroborate this claim.  The only time Vomoth appears in print of any kind is on the 1995 Rowe Records compilation, a year after Horde released Hellig Usvart

There has been speculation since its release that Vomoth was something of a trial run for Jayson Sherlocke and Horde.  The drum sound is similar to Horde at times, and the curious usage of “Un-“‘s and “-oth“‘s (The sole member goes by “Unsadisticoth,” and Jayson went by “Unpaganuth Necronomoccultociduth" when his project was still called Beheadoth) still raises eyebrows.  Match these with the fact that this band came out of Australia, and it certainly suggests at least some common origin.  Be that as it may, there has never been an official answer as to who Unsadisticoth might be.

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Elgibbor - Holy Black Metal
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spookyhikikomori:

Elgibbor - Holy Black Metal

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Apostasy, “Destrier”
The Seven Eyes of God, 1994

Like most other unblack metal between 1994 and 1998, Apostasy has a healthy dose of thrash and death metal influences that sometimes overpower anything that sounds ‘black’.  There are key moments, however, that make it obvious these American musicians were heavily influenced by the black metal explosion happening across the Atlantic.  Utilizing these elements (especially the vocal style) these Christian musicians released this extremely rare tape the same year as Hellig Usvart, which makes it an important landmark in the unblack metal’s history.

PS: Apologies for the quality of this recording.  Some of the audio must have been corrupted when being converted to mp3’s.

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Antestor, “All Towers Must Fall”
Omen, 2012

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Golgota, Victoria Ortodoxa
Single, 2013

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White Throne, “The Frozen Forest”
Frostland, 2012 

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nyan-nyan-dani:

Sanctifica || “Spirit of Purity”

(via the-baying-of-the-nyans-deactiv)

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