Wings of Black Holocaust

by Kabexnuv

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    Hand numbered and limited to 100 copies, this split album with Canada's Kabexnuv and Brazil's Dol Guldur offers an hour of raw atmospheric black metal. Features original cover art by Cadaver of Brazil. Slipcase eco-sleeve format. CD release date June 19, 2015 on Kult of Medusa Productions / Bud Metal Records.
    CD's still available at Milk Crate Records in Kelowna, BC.
    REVIEWS:
    "A very fast and raw black metal sound starts off his side of the split along with some blast beats and grim screams as well as all of the musical instruments having a very powerful sound to them and the songs also bring in a great mixture of slow, mid paced and fast parts and the solos and leads have more of a melodic and modern style while the rest of the music is very heavily rooted in the second wave style and some of the tracks are very long and epic in length and also bring in a ritualistic feeling at times, the production sounds very dark and raw while the lyrics cover Occultism, Thelema, and Left Hand Path themes. 8/10." Occult Black Metal 'Zine
    occultblackmetalzine.blogspot.ca/2015/07/kabexnuvdol-guldurwings-of.html

    "Black Metal was never what I would consider my thing, but there were some bands to come from Norway that impressed me a lot back in the day.Mayhem, Burzum, Darkthrone, Immortal, Emperor and Enslaved. Well, we're talking about this split here. While so many of the mentioned bands seemed to be carrying the torch of old school black metal, while adding their own vision, Kabexnuv brings this dark atmosphere, but there does appear to be some attempt to follow in the footsteps of Nocturno Culto, Fenriz and Zephyrous. From the fast-paced tremolo riffs to the old school rhythms and raw sound, this sounds heavily inspired by the bands mentioned above. Dol Guldur brings a different approach. Influenced by "A Blaze in the Northern Sky" sound. The production is fairly raw and that is what i can say about this, the guitar has a razor-sharp sound, which suits the first track more than the others. This sounds rather decent for a Black metal band.If you truly feel that you must have this, go for it. This definitely is for followers of the atmospheric and sinister Black metal sound." Soulgrinder 'Zine
    www.soulgrinderzine.blogspot.ca/2015/07/kabexnuvdol-guldur-wings-of-black.html

    "Kabexnuv create a down-tuned, trance-like form of ultimately grim and obscure Black Metal, modestly differing from the primal, thrashy approach Avitas is known for. The tempo varies quite a lot, with both slow and speed-up moments, and pretty much everything in between. As a matter of fact, the material sounds quite psychedelic, and then I am not (at all!) referring to some seventies-oriented acid-laden form of mushroom-psychedelica, yet rather the occult, alchemic and magic side of mind-transcending frenzy. It goes for the hypnotic leads, the ritual drum patterns, the echoing, distant screams, the pushing-forward rhythms and the contrasting bass lines, yet also for the additional and diverse injections, such as the outro on Goat Of Mendes (Invoke The Baphomet). It is remarkable how cohesive all those pieces do sound, and both older and new material give me a specific, difficult definable feeling of discomfort and, at the same time, devotion. Once again, at least from aural-composing point of view, Myrtroen does please undersigned’s ear drums! Besides, the average length is pretty extended, but this too strengthens the craftsmanship and persuasion of the artist for this project. 87/100"
    Ivan Tibos, Concreteweb.be Full Review: www.concreteweb.be/reviews/kabexnuv-dol-guldur

    CD Track Listing:
    1. Spectres in the Western Forest - Kabexnuv
    2. Floating Embers from the Black Flames - Kabexnuv
    3. Ritual of Horus - Kabexnuv
    4. Goat of Mendes / Invoke the Baphomet - Kabexnuv
    5. Astral Telepathy from the Damned - Kabexnuv
    6. Queen of the Gorgons - Kabexnuv
    7. Nos Vastos Campos Onde A Morte Ceifa - Dol Guldur
    8. Ostracismo & Xenofobia Universal- Dol Guldur
    9. Negacao das Esperancas Mortais (A Ruina da Condicao) - Dol Guldur
    10. O Silencio Daqui Pra Frente - Dol Guldur

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    Strictly limited to 66 copies, this official cassette reissue by Kult of Bloody Rites (Brazil) is now available for North America and Europe! ONLY 3 copies available from Bud Metal Records.
    For other countries or distro please contact KULT OF BLOODY RITES at kultofbloodyrites.blogspot.ca

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Bud Metal Records and Kult of Medusa Productions proudly present the digital release of the Kabexnuv / Dol Guldur (Brazil) split album "Wings of Black Holocaust." Features two brand new Kabexnuv songs "Spectres in the Western Forest" and "Floating Embers from the Black Flames," and contains the complete cassette demo tracks remixed for this CD/Digital release. The digital album contains the Kabexnuv tracks only, following the wishes of the eternally obscure misanthropists Dol Guldur to remain free from the digital realm. Kabexnuv offers 42 minutes of raw black metal with dense atmosphere, influenced by occult and Thelemic rituals.
Full release available from Bud Metal Records (avitas66@hotmail.com) on Limited Edition hand numbered CD of only 100 copies contains the exclusive Dol Guldur tracks (not available digitally).

"Misanthropist and Occult entities united in league to spread Black Metal kaos upon the ruins of this dead world!!! Don't expect anything other than a bitter form of art. Kabexnuv invoke the Occult aura and Evil through a raw atmospheric way to execute the Black Metal art under the sign of the Hawk! Dol Guldur summon the vultures to feast upon the ruins of mankind through a raw and cold Black Metal filled with hatred and sense of misanthropy!"
"An art of hawks and vultures...
Total pure fucking katharsis...
The black wings shall cover everyone..
None will escape from the holocaust!!"
Nazgul Grim

Reviews:

"I was pleased to get a copy of this release, especially with it being limited, to just 100 copies. Which means it may already be sold out for all I know. But I believe you can buy Kabexnuv’s half of this release digitally (which by the way alone clocks in at over half an hour), Dol Guldur tracks, on the other hand, are exclusive to this disc. To make matters worse, I have heard Dol Guldur’s 20 copies of this release, were seized by the Brazilian postal system and not returned to them. First up, on this split, is Canadian black metallers Kabexnuv, they play in the early 90s Scandinavian bm tradition, just pure stripped down hate. Kabexnuv create a real cryptic, grim and bleak atmosphere, with their music that I like very much. I also really like the harsh bm rapsing vocals, they are classic as fuck and great. The recording is dripping with an extreme low-fi tone, which really suits this kind of music, which in my opinion, benefits from a raw production. I read a blurb somewhere, that some of the music and structuring on this release was purposely done organically (improvised), to create a more natural feel. I think at times it achieves this, at other times it really shows through, some structuring really suffers, and certain sections or songs, run on a little too long for their own good. But all in all, it really achieves that cold, hateful atmosphere it set out to create. Dol Guldur has a bit of a fuller sound, the production is not as low-fi and raw as the Kabexnuv tracks, but it is still a pretty raw and harsh recording, in it’s own right.
Dol Guldur possess a little more pace and urgency in their music, the drums are more noticeable and integral to the music too, compared to their split comrades. I like the section in their first track, where they slow things down, strip things down, it goes into trance-like territory and the sparsely used vocals are truly frightening, and a very jarringly atmospheric counterpoint, which is all really unsettling in a very cool way. The songs themselves are honestly fairly unremarkable. Having said that, they do succeed extremely well in creating a dark, obscure vibe, and with old school bm that is all that matters sometimes, the atmosphere you convey with the music, it transcends the sum of it’s parts. I know this release is going to be hard to get a hold of, but I would recommend this, to fans of early 90s raw metal who can not enough of this type of audio plague." Dale Roy, Canadian Assault 'Zine
www.canadianassault.com/albumreviewsnewEtoN.html#kabex

www.concreteweb.be/reviews/kabexnuv-dol-guldur

occultblackmetalzine.blogspot.ca/2015/07/kabexnuvdol-guldurwings-of.html

www.soulgrinderzine.blogspot.ca/2015/07/kabexnuvdol-guldur-wings-of-black.html

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released June 9, 2015

Copyright 2015 Bud Metal Records/Kult of Medusa Productions.
Kabexnuv tracks written and performed by Myrtroen copyright 2015.
Kabexnuv tracks recorded at Odin's Den Studio, Kelowna, BC.
Dol Guldur tracks written and performed by Nazgul Grim and Edward copyright 2015.
Cover artwork by Cadaver, CD layout by Myrtroen and Nazgul Grim.
Produced by Myrtroen.

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Kabexnuv Kelowna, British Columbia

Hermetic black metal from the western forests of Cascadia, KABEXNUV present their grim sermons of minimalist Thelemic black metal. Hail the Children of Horus! Occultum Lux ad Infinitum. Founding Member of the Black Solar Order.
Logo by Moonroot.

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