May the Curse Bind

by Ghast

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Jonathan Shkedi Every bit as heavy as old Mayhem, Black Sabbath and modern doom/sludge warriors such as Thou or Coffinworm, this gem unearths a simple truth, which is that the depreessive elements of extreme doom have always played a big part in the song structures of True Black Metal.
And it is for this reason that this album is, in my humble opinion, Ghast's best work, offering a seamless blend of depressive Black Metal and filthy, filthy, filthy doom. Favorite track: Give Your Wrists.
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A record that will bring them much deserved attention. The power Ghast evoke on this album can not go unnoticed and once experienced will not be forgotten.
No band has collided Doom and Black Metal into such a crushing and bleak recording, elevated by colossal production from Muscle Studios (Hateful Abandon, Salute). As crushing and morbid as it is fierce and aggressive!

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released December 2, 2008

All Music and Lyrics: Ghast

todestrieb.co.uk
Todestrieb Records, 2008
TTR 025

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Ghast UK

Ghast (Wales, UK) formed as Souldust in 2004. The intent from the beginning was the combine the heaviest Doom with the darkest Black Metal.

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