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Halo of Flies
U.S. blend of black and post black metal that is superbly done
Dakhma's EP "Suna Kulto" is a superbly fascinating take by this U.S. band on the genre. Comprised of 2 songs that each clock in over 20 minutes, the band's brand of black metal is intriguing, immersive and emotive. I challenge you to listen to this and not feel something. Great riffs, killer vocals and a solid effort here.
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RATING Suna Kulto 2017 Halo of Flies Greg Watson 2/14/2017 4
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