This is another review of a recording from Eyjafjallajokull which continues their raw black metal sound with the album being called "Krig ta Netasogadim" and released in 2013 by Dipsomaniac Records.
"Nudugik lenoid" is the intro for the album and opens up with dark avant garde and noise sounds
"Nemu Godi" which is also the first official song on the album begins with slow, raw and primitive sounding black metal guitar riffs which also utilize some melody and then they go into a faster direction along with some blast beats and grim screams and then the song alternates between slow and fast parts.
"Naargid = Leig" opens up with slow black metal guitar riffs, drums and grim screams and a minute later the music goes into a more fast, raw and primitive direction along with some blast beats and after awhile the music slows down again and dark sounding melodies are added into the guitar riffing and then switching over to a mid paced direction which also leads to the return of the faster parts.
"Krig ta Netasogadim" which is also the title track kicks in with fast raw and primitive sounding black metal guitar riffs and blast beats from the drums along with some bass guitars in the background and after a couple of minutes grim black metal vocals are brought into the song as well as the music alternating between mid paced and fast parts.
"Pukobs volapuki badiko" begins with fast, heavy, raw and primitive sounding black metal guitar riffs and blast beats from the drums and you can also hear a small amount of melody in the guitar riffing along with bass guitars in the background which also lead up to some grim sounding high pitched black metal screams and then the music starts to alternate between mid paced and fast parts and toward the end there is a brief use of deeper vocals being utilized.
"Hiel Volkan" which is also the last song on the album starts up with sound effects and serves as an outro.
Song lyrics are written in Brazilian and cover anti nationalist themes, while the production has a very, raw and primitive sound to it along with a couple of songs being very long and epic in length.
In my opinion this is another great sounding recording from Eyjafjallajokull and if you are a fan of raw black metal, you should check out this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Nemu Godi" and "Pukobs volapuki badiko". RECOMMENDED BUY.