KIRA: “Peccatum et blasphemia” - Reviewed By Rocka Rolla Web Zine ! Check it out here at this link: http://rockarollazine.blogspot.com/2021/03/kira-peccatum-et-blasphemia-2020.html
Interesting introduction, environmental and takes us a bit back to the entrance to hell. Later we are assaulted by chords, batacas and double bass drum with speed, darkness and aggressiveness that drums.
Raw, sharp and slow riffs, guitar chords in range and low scale, death grunts and abrupt tempo changes we can hear and are common within the genre and style.
Kira's Poles give us a raw, dark, crazy, shocking, satanic and blasphemous album, as it should be within the style.
The influences are notable from the album with a Blackened Death Metal, with more influence on Black Metal and at times on the band Hate, a raw album with excellent setting at the entrance of their songs as in "Temple of Suffering" with a strange feeling and ethereal, a good album full of darkness and blasphemy just as its name says! - Rocka Rolla Web Zine
The band Kira was founded in 2015 in Opoczno. The originator was Nameless on guitar, music (Nomad, ex-Ethelyn) who asked Groshek to drums (Nomad, Peacemaker) and Mysth vocals, bass, lyrics (Ethelyn, Deathstorm) for collaboration. Currently signed to Ossuary records!
1. Opening the Gates of Hell
2. Lucifer's Herald
3. One Gram of Your Soul
5. Temple of Suffering
6. Lord of Hallucinations
7. In the Devil's Embrace
8. The Fearful One
9. Weakness Isn't Breathless
10. Silence Is Consent
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