Eastern Bloc Obscurities

From the Iron Curtain to East. Eastern Bloc (Proto-) Black Metal Obscurities.

1. Tormentor - Anno Domini (1989)

Clean Hungarian Blood, rooted in the dark Carpathians, purest essence of the area and a huge impact on the whole world. Trance!

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2. Master’s Hammer - The Ritual (1991)

Grand Masters of the Occult Hammer; arcane & ritual hymns through the fog of Bohemian darkness.

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3. Kat - 666 (1986)

Strong impacts from the West mixed with Eastern straightforwardness result in fierce energy.

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4. Root - Zjeveni (1990)

Bohemian litanies like gently rolling emotions in infernal lava forged into a tormented Black Mass. Definitely songs for Satan!

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5. Fantom - Lucifer Jelenj Meg! (1987)

These young-hearts' honest offering was corrupted by far eastern demonic powers and resulted in a once in a lifetime Apocalyptic revelation. Don't look up to the sky, God is dead!

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6. Hellias - Revenge Of Hellias (1988)

Obscure evil rawness, with all the trademarks of the region.

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7. Assesor - Invaze (1990)

Naive and raw, this uniquely thrashing insanity is as Black Metal as it gets.

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8. Magnus - Scarlet Slaughterer (1989)

Minas Gerais infected Wroclaw, the wilderness of rain forests meets the rigid mood of Cold War means Total Destruction.

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9. Törr - Witchhammer (1987)

Essential Eastern Bloc Black Metal demo, foundation, reference and huge impact on the newcomers of Bohemian Darkness.

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10. Evil Blood - Midnight In Sodom (1988)

Satanic forces over the wasteland of Yugoslavia, this Croatian evil spawn was way ahead of it's time, evil Black fucking' Metal.

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