The roots of an ambitious black metal project.
off the record “Vile Luxury”
A no-bullshit hardcore punk sound.
A full remix that likely won’t supersede the original, but still gives it justice while presenting the album in a new light.
This gathering of talented and experienced agents of heaviness takes us on an emotional ride, a diorama of woe and inner struggle.
off the record “Mass Grave Aesthetics”
Haunted wanderings of an abandoned man.
Hellions of Fire is an album that reminds me why I love metal.
Satan’s a hippie now, and he’s a pretty chill dude.
Less shocking than it might’ve wanted to present itself as.