Sunday, December 26, 2010

BLACK WITCHERY - Inferno of Sacred Destruction CD review

BLACK WITCHERY - Inferno of Sacred Destruction CD
Osmose Productions/Hells Headbangers

This USBM band has been around for a while now, going through two previous names IRREVERENT (1991) and then WITCHERY (1996), before finally settling on BLACK WITCHERY in 1999. Along with PROFANATICA and KULT OV AZAZEL, they are one of the few USBM bands that still carries the torch of pure evil and filth proudly amongst a throng of others who are trying to "find themselves". Since one of their previous releases "Desecration of the Holy Kingdom" from 2001 is a full on favorite of mine I knew what to expect. Inferno of Sacred Destruction doesn't waste any time with intro enticing atmosphere like other BM acts. I will say that this release is quick at a little over twenty minutes in length. I have CDEPs that are longer. Something just as sick is that the first four songs bleed into each other so closely that you would think it's one long torturous cut. The vocals croak, the music cranks along like some hell spawned conveyor belt and your headed towards blasphemy. Sounds like fun right?




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