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TRHÄ ‘Vat Gëlénva!!!!’

Sep 14, 2022 | Metal, Reviews

A dark domain laced with a lingering taste of wonderment

The intriguingly named Thét Älëf, detna hacëntara Trha Nönvéhhklëth, Jôdhrhä dës Khatës, Dlhâvênkléth fëhlätharan ôdlhënamsaran Ebnan doesn’t possess a moniker which rolls off the tongue, but once you experience this fright fest, your vocabulary for pain and beauty will be forever enhanced. Trhä has been prolific in recent years, creating another dimension of barely habitable ravaged landscapes, where a screeched self invented language coexists with highly imaginative black metal. It’s not a constant wintery barrage, as melancholic dungeon synth, seismic power chords, and chopped rhythms, all characterise these lengthy tracks. Vat Gëlénva!!! will drag you to a dark domain, but leave you with a lingering taste of wonderment.

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