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Truly an album to kill yourself to.

Underneath grisly production and machine gun drumbeats lies something so powerful, so bleak and painful that it is simply beautiful. The torturous melodies, the inhuman wail that are this albums vocals, the spiral downwards embodied in every song, but most powerful is the raw emotion pouring out of every second. Through the depressing murk of this album’s creative, punk-rock-ish chords bleeds the screaming fury, abysmal hopelessness and the disturbing sadness that black metal was famous for. The entire album sounds like hellish echoes coming from the gaping maw of despair incarnate. The absence of strong synth elements is not at all noticeable. In fact, the lack of synth effects makes this album stand out for its brilliance. More surprising though, is the fact that a single person, one incredibly talented musician, composed this album in its entirety. Wrest, from sunny California suddenly found enough inspiration in as soulless an environment as possible to create the most depressingly soulful album I have heard yet.


Grey, Grim, brutal, grizzly, buzzing, lo-fi, true, pure black metal fury. This album brings to mind such BM classics as Dark Thrones "Trasilvanian hunger" and Burzum's "Filosofem" but with a blistering and slightly more tech modern feel. Moments of absolute doom break up the some times monotinous "blast beat". This album delivers the unholy blackness. HAIL LEVIATHAN!!


I like Leviathan, their music is quite nice... Although, for me, it is a bit hard to look past their grizzly, lo-fi sound. I am more into melodic Black Metal (Like older Cralde Of Filth or Dimmu Borgir). The music is great, although depressing, but this isn't generic Emo Crap. This is some real Black Metal. The only bad thing about this album is that you must have taste for this genre, it is definitley not for everyone. The people who have an ear for the Black Metal genre, though, will adore it.


Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s

Inspired by Scandinavian one-man black metal entrepreneurs like Bathory's Quorthon, Burzum's Count Grishnackh, and the ubiquitous Mortiis, San Francisco native Jef Whitehead adopted the nom de guerre Wrest in 1998 and soon began self-recording and releasing demos under the Leviathan heading. Within five years, these already numbered more than a dozen and were partly compiled on 2002's Verräter collection; but Leviathan continued to favor short-form demos, EPs, and split releases (with the likes of...
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