Sep 21, 2018

Ereshkigal (2018) Intolerance 'Review'


Band: Ereshkigal
Country of Origin: Mexico
Genre: Black metal
Type: Full Length
Format: Digital 320 kbps
Length Approx.: 45:00 min.
Release Date08-28-2018
Release Label: MAT Records

IR Classification: Moderate (3.2 / 5)




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Full of dark ambience and malice.

While I'm trying to recall respectful acts of black metal from Mexico, the first name that comes to my mind is Shub Niggurath obviously, but they are not the only ones, there are more bands like Sargatanas, Avzhia and then comes a very experienced band as Ereshkigal. They have been busy in recent years releasing album after album, all of them with such of quality and full of dark ambience and malice.


"Intolerance" it’s their tenth studio album, for your surprise and many others too, this band has been around since 1993 and they are still terribly underrated. Their black metal took influences from the second wave of black metal and they grew up evolving their own sound, in this album you can find out fast paced tracks that intertwine with melodies. The unholy picking tremolo riff and blasting drums, adding good instrumental passages to create the unsacred atmosphere to embrace your bleak soul.

Of course, you might think this album differs a lot from the latest Immortal release if you are taking that as your reference, you might right, but I'm sure both bands have a different approach to the black metal sound, but "Intolerance" stands up by its impious rawness up to its core.

Stay True... Stay Metal... Stay Brutal...



Track List:

01. Intro (Instrumental) │ 02. Long Way to Forest │ 03. Intolerance │ 04. Black Autumn │ 05. Inverted Cross │ 06. Satanic Devotion │ 07. The Power of Darkness │ 08. Abandoned and Dead (Instrumental)


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