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Friday, 7 October 2011

Demoncy - Joined In Darkness [1995]

Hello faithful readers, back again to share some more blasphemous farts and bowel movements.

Demoncy are an American Black Metal band originating from the Georgia and North Carolina, who make some of the most brutally inhuman Bestial Noise Fuck you can imagine. Although they sound a lot like Beherit, the two bands actually formed and started recording very similar sounding stuff almost exactly at the same time(Beherit released their first demo in 1990 and Demoncy in 1991), so it's impossible to say how much influence the two bands had on each other, considering the lack of easily shared information in the late 80's, early 90's. And truth be told, I actually prefer this album to Drawing Down the Moon: it is far more coherent, heavy and possesses a greater variety of musical ideas, even if it lacks Drawing Down the Moon's name recognition. This is one insanely heavy record, and like Beherit, Demoncy have a strong Doom Metal vibe without actually having any discernible Doom Metal in the music. Although this is a remaster, this album remains as dirty and filthy as it did when originally released: the re-master mostly just improves the vocal sound and makes them easier to hear than the original version. Fans of insane Bestial Black Metal need to give this album a listen.

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