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"Blacken the sky Can't stand to see the sun The truth of light Reveals the hatred that has won" – I Saw The End by Pallbearer

Ifernach: Maqtewek Nakuset

February 24, 2018
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Ringing through the halls of the wicked and damned cursing your ears with dissonant miasmas of blackened rituals comes Ifernach. Maqtewek Nakuset fleshes out six total tracks of atmospheric, ambient, haunting and ever darkening black metal for your sordid delight. Through these six tracks you are greeted with a raw and savage sound that is sewn together with not only black metal elements, but some elements of thrash as well to bring forth a truly chaotic yet well put together sound. As mentioned above, Ifernach also provide you with plenty of atmosphere to go along with their maddening blackened sound to really sew everything together nicely and point each track in a unique and at times mesmerizing direction.

Maqtewek Nakuset gives off a sound that is ancient and raw gifting you with a dissonant and fuzzed out sound that will surely burst straight through your speakers. From track to track, Ifernach present you with a tempestuous sound that is riddled with buzzing and ever cutting riffs that are supplemented by ever present gritty howling and hammering drums. Five of the six tracks are swirling chaos steeped in ever quickening darkness only to provide you with some sinister and uncompromising tunes.

With each track pumped full of haunting and skin crawling atmosphere you are not only greeted by chaotic black metal mashing, but you are also confronted with waves of mesmerizing yet demonic ambiance that is sure to stick with you long after you have stopped listening. As chaotic and savage as each track on Maqtewek Nakuset is, each track is just as atmospheric. From beginning to end, Maqtewek Nakuset oozes its blackened malevolent atmosphere encasing you in a dismal soul relinquishing fog. Through every twist and turn you are greeted by more dense and dark atmosphere ensuring that you are never to escape.

From beginning to end, Ifernach present you with some well woven together tracks that are delightfully dark and grim. Maqtewek Nakuset is a well performed release from front to back providing you with an overall very entertaining listen.

 

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