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Tsjuder
Desert Northern Hell (Season of Mist)

By: Mike SOS

When your drummer's stage name is Anti-Christian, you can pretty much derive what the music sounds like. Such is the case of Norway's Tsjuder, a black metal trio that dresses up like it's Halloween and who plays with the kind of apocalyptic fury that scares young children and church groups alike. Bleak, brash, and blisteringly heavy, tracks like the maelstrom "Ghoul" and the blast-beated madness of "Possessed" go best with a lamb's carcass for the offering to all of the netherworld's demons. If you are enraptured with the early '90s black metal scene, Tsjuder does its part to summon the evil back to the year 2004.
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