From the throne of USBM royalty emerges THE ROYAL ARCH BLASPHEME, a nexus between elevated-mind primitivism and black-hole oblivion... A full-length offering channeling praises of Luciferian Occultism and outright blasphemy via the vile throat of KRIEG's N. Imperial and PROFANATICA songwriter J. Gelso. Undoubtedly bearing the distinctive stamp of both depraved minds, RAB spews sine waves of volcanic sonic sacrilege, resulting in a seismic gush of gutted doom chunder, squalling feedback and alchemic terror.
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This is Finnish bestial black metal at its most noncompromising, opaque and inaccessible. For nine mercifully short cuts Archgoat subjects listeners to certifiable burly aural abuse, nothing more nothing less. The lines between black and death metal are blurred, the riffs just keep on punching and vocals are bellowed roars, Archgoat are priests presiding at an orgy above their meek, prone victims. Son ov Perdition
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“The Apocalyptic Triumphator” is probably the best snapshot of Archgoat on a comprehensive level. The variance between the two sides of the record exposes radical shifts in the songwriting scheme, which, though not visible to the uninitiated, opens itself more than other Archgoat releases. Besides the group nailing a peak level of intensity, the songs are loaded with devilish riffs and the fetid aura of this primitive brand of black metal soaked in Archgoat’s embryonic attack. Son ov Perdition