|Review: Pyromancer - Demo MMXV|
Label: Godz ov War Productions
Year released: 2016
Review online: October 2, 2016
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
Rated 3.14/5 (62.86%) (7 Votes)
Two-man occult Black/Death Metal horde Pyromancer, released their debut demo, titled Demo MMXV, on two different labels in 2016 as the limited cassette version. At the end of March 2016 it also got a CD treatment for the very first time, courtesy of Polish underground extreme label, Godz ov War Productions.
What you are about to get is five unholy tracks of icon-smashing and grave-desecrating Black/Death Metal mayhem in just 13 minutes, with a true, middle-finger-raised-high DIY-attitude; no more no less. Being 'kvlt' or 'trve' also applies very well to the production on this five-song release, which is nothing short of a raw and unpolished underground sounding product. Think of early Canadian nocturnal grave desecrators Blasphemy with a dose of Beherit's frenzied impurities and you have an idea of how Pyromancer sound on this first outing. Old school, early 90s-tinged, raw Black/Death Metal is what you get here.
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