Genres: Black, Ambient
Label: Self Released
Our good friend Noctuaria of the Italian black metal outfit (and one of the best bands to ever submit anything to E-MetalSpace) Nebrus, comes back at us with a new project with the moniker, Flusso Delirante Persecutorio and it’s debut album, Visioni Di Morte.
Now, this is my first real experience with minimalist/ambient black metal… Ok, that’s a lie. It’s my first foray into this genre that I’ve come out actually, factually liking the experience I had with it. It follows the loose formula well with long periods of half silence that are interrupted strange noises such as; a ticking clock, footsteps, creaking, something that kind of sounds like the beginning of the THX sound test, moaning, chanting and of course, Noctuaria’s patented brand of creepy as hell, yet somehow arousing vocals (mostly as a raspy whisper this time around).
Overall: If you’re a fan of this genre, you probably won’t find anything new here, but it’s executed well enough for you to get a kick out of it still. What’s more is that it’s as creepy as anything Stalaggh has put out, but nowhere near as shitty. Check it out and help support some of Italy’s most talented musicians.
Flusso Delirante Persecutorio on MySpace
Originally posted at E-MetalSpace