The time has come and therefore has the end to be.
Scheduled to be released on the 18th of May 2018, the final
Necros Christos album entitled Domedon Doxomedon will surely
cut a swath of destruction through the world of today’s Heavy
Operating totally against the modern zeitgeist of music with
all its fake easy listening productions, this record will become
a fist in the face of those looking for light entertainment.
A triple CD and LP album with an overall playing time of 112
minutes, the record builds a monumental cathedral on its own.
While the groups’ second and monolithic output Doom of
the Occult appeared like a classical oratorio with its lengthy
proportions, this magnum opus will be of biblical dimensions,
a funeral mass of unseen yet unheard reverberations.
Alongside the numerous musical interludes named temples
and gates, for which the band is known for, the actual nine
Metal songs defy any exegesis.
Epic yet utmost angry, brutal yet extravagantly dark, if your
soul survives a complete listening of mindblowing tracks
such as Seven Altars Burn in Sin or The Heart of King Solomon in
Sorcery without being dragged into the abysmal regions of hell,
your senses will be left in disbelief.
From the unusually demanding opener I Am Christ until the
final musical ennead In Meditation on the Death of Christ, the
album serves as a gateway to truly divine spheres. Gaining
inspirations from such untouchable sources as Morbid Angel,
Candlemass or even Metallica (just hence the wonderful
middle part of Seven Altars Burn in Sin with its incredible harmonics)
intertwined with Necros Christos’ very own kind of
atmosphere and way of composing songs, Domedon Doxomedon
shall be their grandiose testament: the legacy of a band that
never bowed to any trends, never compromised in their music
nor did they ever walk the easy way.
Dom. Doxom. has to be heard to be believed, and the earth
Endtyme Death Metal shall unfold.
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