German black/death metal legion Voreus debut with "The Proclamation" mini album, a twenty three-minute light-devouring hellscape of complete chaos and inhumanity that establishes the band as an implacable rising force in the elite of German extreme metal. With a massive cavernous sound, a delivery of pure and unbridled ferocity and atmospheres of complete lightlessness and abandon "The Proclamation" evokes complete hell on earth, conjuring the same otherworldly and hellish realms of aural obliteration we've seen in highly elitarian and evocative blackened death metal entities like Teitanblood, Temple Nightside, Vassafor, Impetuous Ritual, Pseudogod, and Proclamation.
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By principal, I should’ve liked Skáphe from the start. Psychedelic black metal claustrophobia is all in my wheelhouse, but it baffled me for months and demanded a closer listen to truly let it stick. It stuck.