To Corrupt Your Sons and Lust After Your Daughters

by Bog of the Infidel

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Scumbag Rather good blackened metal with death vocals. Admittedly on the surface there's not much about it to make it stand out from others of the genre, but somehow it seems to catch my ear. Roughly recorded and produced, but that kinda enhances its charm, I think. Reminds me of Venom, but with longer, more drawn out songs. Favorite track: As Satan's Pale Serpent Eye Waxes Full.
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Michael Hojjatie Midpaced melodic black metal, will appeal to fans of Dissection. Favorite track: As Satan's Pale Serpent Eye Waxes Full.
Maxim Björky
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Maxim Björky Unlike Thulcandra, who play unabashed Dissection worship to an unmemorable degree, Bog of the Infidel channels the acoustic layering and melody made famous by the Swedish scene but with a pinch of something more diabolical. Favorite track: Burnt Offerings.
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"...4 songs of raw, primal black metal that hints at the glorious Norwegian & Swedish scenes of the classic era. Bits of Dissection, Emperor, Ulver, and Darkthrone abound here, as Bog of the Infidel weave melodic atmosphere with some truly pulverizing arrangements long on flailing drum blasts, razor sharp riffs, and moaning vocal growls & wails..." - Sea of Tranquility

"...I haven't been able to stop listening to To Corrupt Your Sons and Lust After Your Daughters...hooky, memorable tunes. There's a fast, thrashy influence, too, buried under a beautifully cold, open atmosphere reminiscent of the Ukrainians (think old Drudkh) and shades of old USBM like Grand Belial's Key (without the sketchiness, of course). In short, it's fucking great..." - Metal Sucks

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released August 25, 2013

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