A split release from two of the most unorthodox bands in black metal.
"what could be [one of] the most compelling splits of the decade." - Invisible Oranges
"Fans of idiosyncratic black metal should be rubbing their hands in anticipation over Taste the Divine Wrath." - No Clean Singing
"Taste The Divine Wrath was always expected to go down as one of the more challenging, creative releases under the broad spectrum of black metal in 2015, and that’s exactly how it turned out to be. To say that such progressive, forward-thinking music is what was expected is to sell both The Meads Of Asphodel and Tjolgtjar short, as their willingness to take creative risks is worthy of praise; even more so considering how successful they mostly are. Hardly straight-forward and simple, but then, most worthwhile art never is." - The Sound Not the Word
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For an EP this has a helluva lot of content (6 tracks, 37 minutes) and includes some real experimental gems. Lots of folk influence, and not as heavy as some of their other material but still with plenty of raw energy. This is a great value download and includes all the images from both the cassette and split CD, including lyrics. jpmontague