Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Black Metal


Teitanblood’s Purging Tongues is a fifteen minute long chaos ritual,capturing a foreboding, occult atmosphere like no other. Opening witha Spanish spoken word introduction consisting of a reading from Revelations, buttressed by chaotic organ and the sound of distant thunder, it swiftly descends into a cosmically heavy death metal riff while possessed screams build in the background, battling the spoken word before the entire thing caves in. Committed to the assault, NSK’s vocals are a force to be reckoned with. Somewhere between a guttural death metal growl, and a high pitched black metal shriek, he provides a sonic core to the madness of the rest of the track. Spoken word interludes provide the listener a trance to recover, yet they build a tidal tension as you await the next wall of death.

Read the rest of this filthy review after the jump!

The most impressive aspect of Purging Tongues is that at fifteen minutes, you would assume a dirgier, doomier sound. Instead you get pure chaos in the vein of Deathspell Omega. The inhuman drumming of J plays perfectly with NSK’s precision, high speed riffing; it’s mind boggling that a two piece can produce something this massive sounding.

This isn’t three five minute songs wrapped into one—it is a solid movement of utter insanity. The production retains a sheen of grime, yet never digs too lo-fi that you have trouble distinguishing what’s going on—which there is a hell of a lot of.

Regardless of the economics of this record, it is an absolute must listen for any fan of chaotic death and black metal. Available via the Ajna Offensive, Purging Tongues is a beautifully packaged 12” with etching on the b-side. After listening to Purging Tongues, one can only imagine the terror that will be released on a full length.

1 Comment

1 Comment

  1. Jon

    January 11, 2012 at 10:35 am

    Wow! Waited so long for this. Excellent.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like


via Lazer Horse There’s nothing funny about death really. But there is a lot of certainty to it. There’s not a person who’s ever...

Black Metal

During the first year of CVLT Nation, I was turned on to this unreal band from Wales called GHAST. Their release Terrible Cemetery was...

Black Metal

More Chaos! More Fury! More Rancid Riffs! only begins to tell you how CVLT Nation’s Blackened Everything Vol. IX is going to get you...


By Sascha via Behold The Blessed Wax Trial – Moments Of Collapse LP, 1986 This is not a write up about the Straight Edge...

Copyright © 2020 ZoxPress Theme. Theme by MVP Themes, powered by WordPress.