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  2. Female vox? Check. Black and doom metal vibes? Check. Saxophone? BIG CHECK. Thank you kindly.
  3. It's all good, don't worry. I have no reasons at all to respond you in a rude way. NSBM (National Socialist Black Metal) is not something new and it rubs a lot of people in a bad way. Until the band gives a reason behind this "concept", I'll stand with my opinion. Such a shame tho, they've released some of the best albums in the genre.
  4. I won't argue with what is permitted or not when it comes to lyrics. That's your opinion. The difference between this and Slayer is that Slayer actually did it from a historic path, this is not historic at all. If you say in your own lyrics that all detractors to your thoughts should be killed in order for your vision of the world to thrive, that is a sign for me. And as I said, this doesn't surprise me from a guy such as Aspa. His other projects are about white supremacy and child abuse perversion (not my words, you can check that by yourself). He also owns a NSBM label and has edited several Peste-Noire (Another NSBM band) albums in the past. I don't want to keep arguing about this. Read the lyrics, make your statement and if you don't think it is, enjoy the music. I know i'm not the only one expressing my disgust about this album. EDIT: Google "The influencers of the finnish ns music scene". Aspa's name should appear on a big detailed blog.
  5. I'm still trying to sort it out properly to explain but the lyrics on "Imitiatio Dei", "Sacrificial Theopathy" and "Renegade Ashes" are literally a NS call to arms. I wouldn't be surprised since Clandestine Blaze (Aspa's other project) is about White Supremacy.
  6. Even if I'm still not 100% sold on the new vocalist, the track is WAY better than Ultraviolet.
  7. Same here, that's Antonio Palermo. He did guest vocals on a track from The Harvest Wombs (Prison of the Mind)
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