|Review: Black Witchery - Inferno of Sacred Destruction|
|Inferno of Sacred Destruction|
Label: Hells Headbangers
Year released: 2010
Genre: Black Metal
Review online: December 3, 2010
Reviewed by: Sargon the Terrible
for:Inferno of Sacred Destruction
Rated 3.94/5 (78.75%) (16 Votes)
Has it really been five years since Upheaval of Satanic Might? Where does the time go? This is the official third album from Floridian BM psychos Black Witchery, and it is everything you would expect from them. First off, this is ridiculously short – at 22 minutes this is barely an EP, and you certainly aren't getting any epics here. This is the same unholy high-speed blasting BW have always played, and once again their songwriting limitations are only somewhat balanced out by their frenetic energy. The riffs are simplistic, the songs are short, the vocals just bellow away with no dynamic or variation, and yet somehow Black Witchery maintain a feral energy and attitude that is just undeniably cool. This is monotonous hell-blasting crap that has no redeeming feature besides being kind of awesome in spite of itself – in other words, it's a Black Witchery album.
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