“…dynamite comes in small packages. Though technically a seven-inch with only two tracks, there is enough brutality on the release to satisfy even the most discerning metalheads. To say that the recording is only capable of violence would miss the point of the melodic nuances present…a must-listen.” – Echoing Magazine
Today marks the release of Řvoucí Vichry, the latest seven-inch from BLACKOSH, the black metal project led by Petr Hosek, original guitar player for iconic Czech black metal band Root and current member of the legendary Master’s Hammer.
Dubbed, “an exercise in sonic torture of the best and blackest kind,” by Cvlt Nation, the two-song Řvoucí Vichry is out now via Eternal Death and can be streamed at THIS LOCATION.
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With a reputation of manifesting inventive and genre-pushing black metal, BLACKOSH’s Řvoucí Vichry seven-inch — which translates to “Roaring Winds” — follows the band’s 2013 and 2014 splits with Master’s Hammer and the 2015-issued Iron Bonehead full-length, Kurvy, Chlast A Black Metal.
With Řvoucí Vichry, BLACKOSH continues along the path traversed by Kurvy, Chlast A Black Metal, which Metal Temple likened to, “hordes of demon spawn torturing and killing a congregation with twisted, murderous devices from an ancient world,” in an 8/10 review, by resurrecting the eclectic combination of influences and styles used in the now twenty-five-plus-year-old early Root records (namel Zjeveni and Hell Symphony) but with a more modern production. The artwork and lyrics also follow the dark but also spirited sensibility seen on Kurvy…