Slavic Blasphemy Enslain Magazine Issue #6
This here, is not your average release. Creeping dark experimentation finds itself an outlet through Canada's Zaraza. They have produced an album of industrial at its finest; used with taste, without too much repetition, and with many other influences. These would include doom, especially, with its slow tempo and long, horror-esque songs; and death metal, with the growled vocals and heavy beats. The samplings are appropriate, and dark, instead of cheesy and weak. If you are into the more experimental side of music, there should be no excuse for you not to get this! -- Lady Enslain