Beginning today, AOL Music will stream In Nomine Odium, the third full-length offering from French black metal miscreants, HAEMOTH in its entirety. Rupture your ear drums at THIS LOCATION. In Nomine Odium, called “pretty damn terrifying” by Decibel Magazine in a 8/10 review of the record, comes by way of Debemur Morti Productions.
Following six years of unsettled silence, HAEMOTH return with seven singeing psalms of uncompromising Satanik supplication. Corrupted by the glorious, bountiful presence of all-knowing evil — vice and deviance their predominant muse(s) – the hateful hellmongers channel pestilence, corruption and occult rituals into their most scathing and relentless concoction yet. In Nomine Odium is a caustic, toxic and breathtaking excursion into the darkest corridors of the human psyche, where even the more ambient passages are dark, menacing and deeply disturbing.
“…a cacophonous cauldron of churning fuzz, pitch-black ambience, and way-more-than-two-minutes-hate. ” – Decibelmagazine.com on the song “Slaying The Blind”
” In Nomine Odium, despite its homogeneous nature, strikes the ideal balance between primal rage and epic grandiosity from which traditional black metal flourished.” — Metal Review
“If you’re looking to drink some nihilistic tincture, the indiscriminate hate of In Nomine Odium is exactly what you’re waiting for.” — Exclaim
“This is a solid BM album that fuses the tranquil with the tumultuous, the serene with the intense, and the raw with the atmospheric. In Nomine Odium is more than worth your time.” — Sea Of Tranquility
“If HAEMOTH‘s goal is to contribute to humanity’s ruin, then I feel they have done an admirable job with In Nomine Odium.” — Teeth Of The Divine
“…raw black metal in its purest form.” — Metal Machine
“HAEMOTH brings the now known as the typical French style to a new and greater intensity. Such a performance should not be underestimated. It is evident that the fans of extreme black metal, at the very least should take notice of this.” – Lords Of Metal