Sunwheel – Industry of Death

Anyone versed in the more obscure sections and cults of Polish black metal will already be well acquainted with Sunwheel, whose 2004 ‘Monuments of the Elder Faith’ EP showcased a uniquely aggressive take on the styling of Ukranian brothers Drudkh. Featuring members of the mighty and boisterous Kataxu, synths play a much larger part in the albums orchestration than the 2004 EP. This is more great, solid and relevant work from an underground band pedalling their wares without care, remorse or concern for the outside world. And not a single fuck was given that day.

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4 Comments

  • Reply June 22, 2010

    Anonymous

    This band is pure nsbm..i wonder that ou make promotion for nazis.

  • Reply June 22, 2010

    JS

    Anonymous, you're being as boitsterous with your opinions as this band is. If you don't like it, or dont agree with them, then dont reply. The fact that you misunderstand Nationalism as a "nazi" speaks for itself. I've yet to listen to this one personally.

  • Reply June 23, 2010

    Anonymous

    Funny how he thinks it's okay to listen to music that promotes hatred for everyone, but when it's just hatred for some people, it's suddenly offensive. Makes no sense.

    On the other hand, that's one ugly cover.

  • Reply June 23, 2010

    Alex

    Sorry about the tone but; Anonymous – fuck off. You strike me as far too idiotic.

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