Active since 2002, having already put out a long list of CDr and tape/demo only releases, this is Lilyum’ first pro-CD release.
Although it is inspired by modern War Black Metal style, Lilyum create music that is intensely original in it’s orientation : thumping violent drum-war-machine, hyperblasting guitar riffs, brutally abrasive voice from beyond create a demonic wall-noise and blasted atmosphere perfectly orchestrated by multi-instrumentalist Kosmos Reversum.
The nine-song “Nothing is mine” will bring you in a magisterial earth-shaking journey of your most wildly mind abandonment.
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Interesting experimental black metal. The industrial and synth aspects don’t distract too much, because the blackened core remains throughout. There are a wide variety of musical elements on this album. It’s a fairly unique take on the genre. Good stuff. Metallurgical Fire
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Alma is fantastic, a perfect convergence of pagan and atmospheric metal. The energy and beauty on display here are breathtaking. This will be up there with Panopticon for repeat listens in my collection. Metallurgical Fire
"Curse These Metal Hands" parlays the UK bands' chemistry into a record which—for all its tinnitus-inducing ferocity and elegiac arrangements—practically drips with transcendent joy. Bandcamp Album of the Day Aug 18, 2019