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Rites of Death

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landofoblivion:

Kissing the Crown of Thorns - “The Holy Battle Chants”

As far as I know, this Jordanian band is the only one of its kind in their country.  The vocalist is particularly good.

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Dying is a spiritual and psychological necessity, for after a while the exuberant, ever-renewed energies of the spirit can no longer be translated into flesh…The self outgrows the flesh. 
—Seth, The Individual Nature of Mass Events (via chaosophia)

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holy-soup:

“From the Church of St. Gery in Roucourt, made c1600.”

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Blood Covenant - Xachi Mot (At The Cross (instrumental)).

Blood Covenant is Armenia’s first black metal band (of any stripe: symphonic, raw, NS, etc) to release an album, and they just so happen to actually be unblack. 

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shammirrors:

Wintersoul - Thorns of Winter

This is some brutal shit. The drummer is most likely a robot. Sick sick drumming, just the way I love it. I wonder what would happen if Fleshgod Apocalypse’s drummer and this guy had a drum battle. Most likely smoking crater and radiation would be left behind of that awesome clash. 

Good to see more Wintersoul on Tumblr.

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Wintersoul, “Dawn of the Ice Hearts”
Frozen Storm Apocalypse,
2010

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goatkult:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jb4zWqp30g

This was interesting to watch, actually.  Their reactions evince two important viewpoints: (1) their understanding of what black metal means, and (2) how Christianity is understood in popular metal consciousness.  I think for people who are actually interested in Christian Black/Unblack metal, like am, it’s worthwhile to think about these things.

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Elgibbor, “The Seventy Sevens”
War, 2009

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Slechtvalk, “From Behind The Trees”
The War That Plagues The Land, 2002

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