Vrag - Harcom - Reviewed By Full Metal Mayhem ! Check it out here at this link: https://lorenzvangore.wixsite.com/fullmetalmayhem/post/vrag-mit-harcom
The album was released into the world on September 18, 2021.
On which label releases: Filosophem Records is responsible for the release.
Other releases of the band: It is their third album, before that they released four splits, two demos and a compilation.
How did I get to know the band: Metal Devastation Radio also sent me the album. At first I thought of a typo and feared that it would be Varg's next work. But since this is not the case, I can approach the five songs here without any bad premonitions.
How do I find the disc: First of all, I don't speak Hungarian and therefore I can't tell you anything about the lyrics. The music swings back and forth in the mid-tempo range, with a few outliers downwards, and is supported by nasty but expressive vocals. Here and there is also a little work with acoustic guitar.
AZ ÉN KERESZTEM reminds a little of Nocturnal Depression, quiet drums that set a slow rhythm over which the guitar lies. In addition, in the second half there are the vocals, while the tempo picks up. I'm right there.
Conclusion: All in all, a very useful disc. Maybe a bit playful at one point or another, but this makes up for it in other corners. I'll take them to heart a few more times, maybe I'll discover some more captivating details. But here you can listen: - Full Metal Mayhem
Release Date: September 18, 2021
FFO: Burzum, Ulver, Nargaroth
“Harcom” is the 3rd album of Hungarian Vrag and is already available on YouTube, Bandcamp and all major streaming platforms (Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music etc.).
Old school misanthropic Black Metal, giving respect to the golden era of the genre, following the footsteps of bands like Burzum, early Ulver or Nargaroth.
The album was released on CD by Filosofem Records.
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