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K.F.R - Hypnotic Black Metal I and II album

K.F.R - Hypnotic Black Metal I and II album
  • Performer K.F.R
  • Title Hypnotic Black Metal I and II
  • Date of release 2018
  • Style Black Metal
  • Other formats MOD APE AC3 AA ADX MP4 XM
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1409 mb
  • Size FLAC 1666 mb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 214

Hypnotic Black Metal, one of the darkest .

Second part of this unreleased demo partially recorded in 2015 and completed in 2018 Drums recorded with human bones.

Hypnotic" is a song recorded by American singer Zella Day for her second extended play, Zella Day (2014), and her second studio album, Kicker (2015). It was released as the latter record's lead single on February 27, 2015 as a digital download through Pinetop and Hollywood Records. Written by Zella Day, Xandy Barry, James Bailey, and Ryan Ogren, "Hypnotic" was produced by the Wax LTD team of Barry and Wally Gagel.

Released hot upon the heels of this first assault came Venom's nearly as crucial second album, 1982's Black Metal, whose title alone still lends itself to the most uncompromising strain of heavy metal in existence today. Like Welcome to Hell, Black Metal revealed a trio of visionary village idiots grappling with forces beyond their control (. creative developments so groundbreaking they themselves had little control over its final destination, nor the technical ability to match their vision, more often than not)

Possibly the most mainstream inclined black metal album ever released, Satyricon’s Now, Diabolical is so relentlessly catchy and stunningly simple that each of it’s 8 tracks lodge themselves in the recesses of your brain from the very first listen. Practicing a sense of discipline unparalleled in the genre, Satyricon batter away at their melodic yet menacing riffs and hypnotic grooves incessantly, never once showboating their undeniable skill for the sake of grandstanding plaudits.

Black metal famously exploded with spectacular effect in the early 90s, with countries such as Norway, Sweden, Finland and Greece all picking up the torch. Nevertheless, the roots of the genre lie firmly in the 80s, and even though it was a sparser and less clearly defined movement back then, there are still plenty of classic albums that deserve your attention. Strictly speaking, Apocalyptic Raids is an EP – if you’re looking for a Hellhammer ‘album’, your closest option is 2008’s Demon Entrails compilation. But it would be criminal not to include Hellhammer here, because along with Venom and Bathory the band basically gave birth to the first wave of black metal. Their combination of slow, creeping passages and fast thrashing sections – as well as the strangely ‘alien’ quality to the vocals and riffs – make this a lo-fi classic.

1982 - Live Metal Up Your Ass. 1983 - Jump In The Fire. 1991 - Metallica (Black Album). 1993 - Live Shit - Binge & Purge CD 1. 1993 - Live Shit - Binge & Purge CD 2. 1993 - Live Shit - Binge & Purge CD 3. 1996 - Load. 2008 - Death Magnetic.


1 Desecrate
2 Ris Pendant Qu'il En Est Encore Temps
3 Hypnotic Black Metal
4 Là Où ça Sent la Merde
5 #Death
6 Hypnotic Black Metal II
7 Some Past Life


Hypnotic Black Metal, one of the darkest K.F.R recordings.
Artwork done with Maxime Taccardi's blood for all copies, each hand numbered to 33.