Serpents Oath - Revelation - Reviewed By Scream Magazine! Wednesday January 24 2024, 5:29 PM
Serpents Oath - Revelation - Reviewed By Scream Magazine!

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The Belgians are out with his third album, and it is also the third time they up-when this grade. The apple hasn't fallen that far from the stem this time rather, and the soundscape is quite unchanged. The influences from Swedish metal are undeniably big, and perhaps the most from bands like Dark Funeral and Watain. I think  maybe that the previous albums have the memory mostly about the former, and that this album has got a bit more epic flair like Watain. Yes, some like the father and some like the grandfather. I think really that my descriptions are enough to cover the album, but will watch out for that grates well. The music is relatively predictable bar, but works well when you are looking for such tones. The orchestra will never break records in  innovation, but it is what it is. The band has a number of videos lying around you're game for very typical and cli- excellent presentation of the songs. I almost stay slightly bothered by the videos and recommend you to listen on the music before watching the videos. - Ove Ringdal -

Release Date: November 30, 2023 

FFO: Marduk, Watain, Mayhem

Location: Belgium

We are thrilled to announce the release of 'Revelation', the third album from Belgian black metal band SERPENTS OATH. Known for their unique blend of fresh and classic black metal, the band has once again pushed the boundaries of the genre with this latest release. 'Revelation' is a testament to their growth and evolution as musicians, showcasing their ability to capture the raw and intense spirit of 90s black metal while adding their own unique twist. Fans can expect a sonic journey filled with haunting melodies, intricate riffs, and blistering drumming. Don't miss out on the chance to experience this masterpiece from one of the best new black metal bands out there.

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