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Band's list Black Metal Divine Codex The Dark Descent
CD, data de aparición : 25 Diciembre 2011 - Mighty Hordes Productions
Style: Black Metal

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Tracklist
1. The Dark Descent 01:16
2. Supreme Catharsis Sythesized 06:35
3. Domain of the Fallen 03:37
4. Journey Through Dyng Dimensions 09:12
5. Outer Source of Reality 06:12
6. The Last Sacrifice 04:14
7. Decrepitude Enigma 09:42
8. Psycho Maze Vortex 05:11
9. The Continuum Device 05:36
Total playing time 51:35

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further exploring and expanding the sound that they have crafted on Ante Matter.

After their highly acclaimed 2010 debut full length album, Ante Matter, Italian black metal horde Divine Codex returns with their follow-up, The Dark Descent. Ante Matter sees the band presenting a cold and haunting journey to the listener, and The Dark Descent sees the band further exploring and expanding the sound that they have crafted on Ante Matter.

Right from the opening track, The Dark Descent displays the band's atmospheric style of black metal, reminiscent of the early Norwegian black metal pioneers, both in the riffing patterns of guitarist Guh Lu and the heavy atmosphere that is present throughout the album. Session vocalist Mysteriis (of Setherial fame), who also contributed vocals to the band's previous album Ante Matter are even more tortured here, reminding listeners of a cross between other prominent vocalists such as Attila and Marduk's Mortuus, often sending chills down the listener's spine. To add to the dramatic effects of the album, clean backing vocals are also utilised, sounding like chants and creating a ritualistic feel, such as on The Dark Descent.

As mentioned, the band also expands their sound on this album, and this is evident from riffing patterns such as on the intro of Domain of the Fallen, where there is an almost viking/folk metal feel, and Decrepitude Enigma even induces a sense of hopelessness and depression in the listener, though for the most part the coldness of the music reminds one of their Finnish counterparts instead. The increased inclusion of lead guitar segments on the album also helps in providing a more dynamic sound in the record, such as the haunting lead lines on Journey Through Dying Dimensions that help in reinforcing the ambience in the music as well. Fabio's solo style in particular stands out on Decrepitude Enigma, with his unique style reminding listeners of his contributions to such records as Impiety's Worshippers release, and this is definitely a nice touch to the music, preventing the album from sounding too monotonous and flat.

While Guh Lu have in the past and present been involved in numerous other bands such as Xeper and Impiety, Divine Codex sees him presenting a vastly different style from his other projects. Unlike the many other black metal bands of late, Divine Codex does not attempt to crush one with complete aggression, choosing to instead drown listeners in a nicely crafted atmospheric journey. If one loved 2010's Ante Matter, The Dark Decent is certainly an album that one would enjoy thoroughly, and is a step up from the band's previous material.




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