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Ashen Horde 'Fallen Cathedrals' Album Review by Allyson Kingsley

Ashen Horde

Fallen Cathedrals

Extreme Metal Music / Rockshots Records

Release: March 22,2019

Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio 

 

I can never stress enough my love for metal that is extreme and when I came across Ashen Horde with its description of combining black metal, death metal and adding some prog, I was hooked. Fallen Cathedrals encapsulates multiple metal elements into a whole that is worth repeating several listens.

 

Ashen Horde was the creation of multi-instrumentalist Trevor Portz (BITE WOUND, FETAL HYMEN) in 2013. After several EPs, the Sanguinum Vindicta trilogy, and the 2015 release of Nine Plagues, Trevor brought in Stevie Boisier (Vale of Pnath, Inferi, and Equipoise) as lead vocalist and together they have created some kickass metal magic.

Listening to the entirety of Fallen Cathedrals is akin to the same feeling as sticking your face in front of an open furnace for roughly the same amount of time. It is overwhelmingly dark in a strange otherworldly plane. The classic black metal styled vocals are simply perfect - check out my favorites “Atavism” and “Final Ascent.” 

Although not focusing solely on the occult, Fallen Cathedrals feels like a set of ritual invocations to something great and beyond our comprehension, lucidly powerful.

 

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