If something seems useless to you, give it an impressive name and it will immediately gain value.
How it sounds
Like Black Metal, with vocals from hell and the drummer gaining weight very quickly.
It talks about Christianity and the Lord if you understand what the singer is saying.
Why listen to it
I do not know. Out of curiosity, if you like Black Metal.
Because it is Black Metal with anti-satanic lyrics and it may come out good, it may not.
In fact, there is not enough time to deal with it.
Where we meet it
It started in Australia, but it concerns Norway and generally where it has Black Metal and Christianity.
When did it start
In 1994 AD according to the Julian calendar and the Christian way of measuring time.
Who are the pioneers
“Anonymous” (Jayson Sherlock) and God (God Himself).
It is actually the one-man-band named Horde (also called Beheadoth) with his 1994 album Hellig Usvart (“Holy Unblack”).
He created this sub-genre, as an antidote to the Black Metal scene that was flourishing at the time.
Antestors can also be considered pioneers of the genre.
You have to listen (?)
Lengsel, Sanctifica, Crimson Moonlight, Arvinger, Frost Like Ashes, Deborah, Sorrowstorm, Cerimonial Sacred.
Days of glory
Thank God, they have their audience and even do festivals somewhere in America
Probably picking up all kinds of folks from fanatical Christians to nationalists.
It differs from Black Metal only in lyrics. It wants to confront it, but it also wants its glory.
What is it confused with
It generally confuses us, but essentially with Black Metal, Ambient black metal, symphonic black metal
How do you describe it to an irrelevant
Imagine a devastated Christian fanatically wearing black and going to a black metal festival to preach against Satanism.
It is essentially black metal with reactionary tendencies towards itself.