There’s nothing like an Extreme Metal band as Haxandraok with “Ki Si Kil Ud Da Kar Ra” to make one feels the joys of a sunday night. To many the title may sound a little odd, the reason is because Haxandraok serve on the ranks of Hexcraft and Qliphothic Sorcery and “Ki Si Kil Ud Da Kar Ra” is a brazen mantra of Qliphothic Sorcery and primordial Witchcraft. Point to Haxandraok because “Ki Si Kil Ud Da Kar Ra” does sound as of a mass or something like that. The album is anthemic and powerful as all good magic must be. “Ba al Zel Bul at the Gates of NOX” begins as if the fan is in an actual black mass and the hypnotic mood surrounds we all giving no chance to escape from such a formidable music. In the end the impression gets more vivid with the reconstruction of what should be a part of it. By the way, if you haven’t noticed Ba al Zel Bul means you know what, isn’t that right?
In terms of music, “Ki Si Kil Ud Da Kar Ra” bounces moments of extreme speed as any great Black Metal band and moments of a mesmerazing mood with great guitar interventions. Unlike thier peers, Haxandraok use and abuse of a talented guitar player who builds up amazing moments. “Lilith Unbound,” for instance, is full of a dark and gloomy melodic moments that will please or gray the hair of fan. It’s an album that offers the fan a more quality instrumental and more creative moods in order to give the fan the aforementioned impression in all tracks. The train has left the station to all who believe Extreme Metal can be only fast-as-hell. Speed isn’t really the answer; power speaks louder. Haxandraok’s music is pretty coherent with their beliefs where “unspeakable primal traditions are generated upon a diverse yet interdependent polarity, the sinister archetypes of the Witch and Warlock, the daemonic Initiators to the Black Arts and twin-bearers of the Key of NOX.”
Yeah, a band with principles.
Haxandraok “Ki Si Kil Ud Da Kar Ra” will be released on December 17th via Ván Records.
The Temptress of UD DA KAR RA
Ba’al Zel Bul at the Gates of NOX
Tower Sub Rosa
La Sorciere Rouge
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