Album Title: 
Throne Of Existence
Release Date: 
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Review Type: 

For more than a decade and a half, Swedish act Misericordia punish the ignorant human kind by unleashing their crafted Sounds of Hell. However, it’s been quite some time that they did release something to fight for, but they strike back with Throne Of Existence, a ten-tracker that lasts for forty seven minutes.

Throne Of Existence still perform that fierce and fast kind of deadly and evil Black Metal Sweden is known for, and then I am referring to everything in between Setherial, Marduk, Dissection, Mithotyn, Naglfar, Necrophobic and the likes. I know that this is quite a diverse description, but the tradition of the Swedish scene, courtesy of those bands amongst others, cannot be denied. What else, by the way, would you expect from these vicious warriors? Melody and aggression, evilness and grimness, energy and power, expressed via furious, pyroclastic assaults of sonic war-lust, that’s what this new Misericordia-album, once again, stands for. No further comment, fans of the scene know what to do.