|Review: Lucifericon - The Occult Waters|
|The Occult Waters|
Year released: 2012
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: December 3, 2013
Reviewed by: MetalMike
for:The Occult Waters
Rated 4/5 (80%) (13 Votes)
The Occult Waters, from The Netherlands' Lucifericon, delivers 4 songs (plus an intro) of generic but satisfying Black/Death Metal. The music is fast and angry in some spots, slow and evil in others and is generally on the melodic side while retaining its heaviness. Information about the band is sparse with neither the band's Facebook nor Bandcamp sites giving much information, which ups the "kvlt" factor a bit. The vocals are a low, throaty growl, the riffs are fast, almost like tremolo picking and the drums are assaulted viciously, though somewhat quietly and in the background. The Occult Waters embodies the "you've heard this before" maxim but in spite of that, it is still pretty fun when it is on.
- 2013 re-issue on Blood Harvest reviewed here.
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