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Nachtmystium - Silencing Machine

'Gone are the saxophones of 2008's Assassins or the post-punk textures of Addicts, though one would be best advised to take a deep breath before making any upfront assumptions about any perceived conservatism on the part of the band. As “Dawns” surely indicates, Nachtmystium can still play black metal stripped to its roots, but the remainder of the album stretches out into dark and punishing realms of industrial, and moody, epic ambience.’ 

Nachtmystium - Silencing Machine

'Gone are the saxophones of 2008's Assassins or the post-punk textures of Addicts, though one would be best advised to take a deep breath before making any upfront assumptions about any perceived conservatism on the part of the band. As “Dawns” surely indicates, Nachtmystium can still play black metal stripped to its roots, but the remainder of the album stretches out into dark and punishing realms of industrial, and moody, epic ambience.’ 

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