Either way Abyss here have constructed his first part in his visionized hell castle, the attitude is clearly primitive but self convinced which is a plus, he also goes for the impulsive more rather then polished music with all the pros and cons that comes with it like some sloppy drumming and guitars is evident but also not shunned...that impulsive abyss fire can lead to great things in the future and by natural experience (to play all instruments one self, i cant even dress my self properly so... ;) ) tightness follows... i mean anyone can polish ones music to technical perfection but one cant polish up impulsive fire.
Production is clean but not polished which suits the music, the harsh vocals is the rawest in the mix.
The interlude & outro is the darkest bits on this album which indicates that there is some extra intriguing bits luring inside of the artists inner chambers, i hope he let them intercept more with the actual songs in the future. Could turn out really great!
All in all a interesting entity this Diabolus Amator and is worth "opening the Eye" for. hehe
Try it out in the name of Satan!
1. Kill Them
2. Black Sun
3. Into the Fires
4. In Death Only Solitude (interlude)
5. Opening the Eye
6. Into the Depths of Shadows
7. A Cold and Unending Hatred
8. Unbroken Will of Lucifer
9. The Dawn of a New Flame
10. May His Light, Reign Forever (outro)
Released by the new label Occult Roots Music