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Black Dawn - Blood For Satan (7/10) - Finland - 2001

Genre: Black Metal
Label: Season Of Mist
Playing time: 32:57
Band homepage: -


  1. Pitbound (The 4th Trial Of Acolyte)
  2. A Hymn To Grand Darkness
  3. Of Blackest Witchcraft
  4. Enemy Of The Day
  5. Graverape Ritual
  6. A Honored Moon Rising
  7. Blood For Satan
  8. To Hunt And To Feed
  9. Within The Woods, Before The Throne
Black Dawn - Blood For Satan
Sodomy, violence and chaos. That's with this letter of recommendation that the carnal band BLACK DAWN arrive directly from Finland.

After many problems due to their satanic activities and to the badly intentioned wills of some priests, those evil persons have finally been able to release their first album, "Blood For Satan". As you can imagine, this is Black Metal. This is even true Black Metal, with cold and hateful guitars, screamy vocals, and all the classics of the genre.

Unless that it must be admitted that BLACK DAWN know their topic, use with intelligence some dark samples, and most of all, kick some fucking ass. Let's even say that will simply destroy your face. A bit in the style of "Panzer Division Marduk", with basic riffs played at maximum speed, but with an evil spirit. Still, one reproach: the sound is a bit too good, and proves that "Blood For Satan" has not been recorded in a forest, which is sad.

Apart from that, this is a true Black Metal-album that's better than the average, though definitely not as good as the gods DARKTHRONE and old MAYHEM.

Thomas Bonnicel

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