This is Svartesøster’s music collection on Bandcamp.


  1. Metal
  1. collection 13
  2. wishlist 15
  3. followers 3
  4. following 47
  1. Clockwork
    by Inanimate Existence
    IE is always like walking into a maze of doors through which many hidden gems can be found. The more I walk it, the more doors I open the more like home it becomes.
  2. Beyond the Black Wave
    by Allegiance
  3. KORNOG (2016)
    by BELENOS
    Kornog Kornog
    At first glance this appears to be a talented progressive black pagan band. Delving into the Belenos Sea, however, reveals an entirely unique entity as beautiful as it is ensnaring. The waves have lured me in and I am taken. Brittany must be of another world.
  4. The Obscene Rite
    by Veilburner
    What separates Veilburner from others is their absolute belief in what they create, moving past music and madness to the limits of flesh itself...and then beyond. What you seek is already yours.
  5. Acolytes Eternal
    by A Loathing Requiem
    The Mortal's Harvest The Mortal's Harvest
    This should have won album of the year, and did in my eyes. Only one other I call flawless. If you aren't familiar with Malcom Pugh, familiarize yourself. He's a major player for the future of metal.
  6. The Accuser
    by Abigail Williams
    Godhead Godhead
    This album does what black metal is supposed to do. It rips its heart out along with its eyes, burning both together in a ritual of hate, bleeding out to fall as a husk to the ground. What else is there?
  7. Infinite Fields
    by Irreversible Mechanism
    Into the Void Into the Void
    Innovative and bulleted with arpeggios, this Belarus band was an instant classic to me. From the first ten seconds Nekrash's riffs slate themselves to memory. Cooper's drums are relentless, Korotkin's vocals serious both screams and growls, guitar solos tastefully incorporated. And don't forget whispers...a must for any classic.
  8. Griseus
    by Aquilus
    The Fawn The Fawn
    Waldorf's svarte klassisk purest form, 90's Scandinavian-esque black metal vocals lurking behind the most touching movements, progressive veins and mountain musics to a driving but delicately-crafted beat. The work that went into this was nothing other than the crafter's very soul. One of a kind.
  9. Nämïdäë
    by Öxxö Xööx
    Ländäë Ländäë
    Öxxö Xööx cannot be described fully, only experienced. Each medium of its art stands alone, yet without the complete picture full comprehension cannot be attained. Rïcïnn's vocals are soulful and well placed. Ö.X.'s lead clean vocals remind me of the late Peter Steele with solid harmony yet unique change-ups in style as well. Isarnos' beats are enigmatic, a meal all unto themselves. Stand-alone experimental.
  10. The Well of Stars [EP]
    by Onirism
    The Endless Ride of Heavens (early version) The Endless Ride of Heavens (early version)
    For dreamwalkers, this can be used a tool by which to travel, safe haven when it is required. It IS a dream, do not mistake it for a simple human band.
  11. Origin
    by Enshine
    Ambivalence Ambivalence
    This would be on the list of bands that may be easily overlooked by those who prefer more technical metal, but that's a mistake. Jari Lindholm and Sebastien Pierre set out craft an album that unfolds over time. In the vein of true, old school doom, esoteric for a new age.
  12. Brighter
    by Enshine
  13. Singularity
    by Enshine

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  1. Nämïdäë
    by Öxxö Xööx