Cult Italian black metal institution Abhor unleash their long-awaited sixth album, 'Ritualia Stramonium'. Four years since their critically acclaimed 'Ab Luna Lucenti, Ab Noctua Protecti', Abhor here dive deeper into the ancient mysticism of classic black metal. Never one for trends, the trio turn 'Ritualia Stramonium' into a ritualistic ride through cobwebbed corridors, skeletal forests, and melancholic castle towers. With medieval organ at the fore, 'Ritualia Stramonium' is truly and authentically grounded in the 90's era - because Abhor have been practicing the black arts since 1995. Death to modernism, as the old ways take over once again... heed the call of Abhor's 'Ritualia Stramonium'!
Cult Italian black metal institution Abhor unleash their long-awaited sixth album, 'Ritualia Stramonium'. Four years since their critically acclaimed 'Ab Luna Lucenti, Ab Noctua Protecti', Abhor here dive deeper into the ancient mysticism of classic black metal. Never one for trends, the trio turn 'Ritualia Stramonium' into a ritualistic ride through cobwebbed corridors, skeletal forests, and melancholic castle towers. With medieval organ at the fore, 'Ritualia Stramonium' is truly and authentically grounded in the 90's era - because Abhor have been practicing the black arts since 1995. Death to modernism, as the old ways take over once again... heed the call of Abhor's 'Ritualia Stramonium'!
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Format: CD
Label: MRBD
Rel. Date: 03/31/2015
UPC: 768586021627

Ritualia Stramonium
Artist: Abhor
Format: CD
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Cult Italian black metal institution Abhor unleash their long-awaited sixth album, 'Ritualia Stramonium'. Four years since their critically acclaimed 'Ab Luna Lucenti, Ab Noctua Protecti', Abhor here dive deeper into the ancient mysticism of classic black metal. Never one for trends, the trio turn 'Ritualia Stramonium' into a ritualistic ride through cobwebbed corridors, skeletal forests, and melancholic castle towers. With medieval organ at the fore, 'Ritualia Stramonium' is truly and authentically grounded in the 90's era - because Abhor have been practicing the black arts since 1995. Death to modernism, as the old ways take over once again... heed the call of Abhor's 'Ritualia Stramonium'!