Wytchfilth are a 1 man band from the united Kingdom that has been featured before in this zine with a musical style I would describe as being an occult, atmospheric and a depressive form of industrial black metal and this is a review of his self released 2013 ep "Spite".
"Fester" which is also the first song on the ep opens up with dark ambient style sound effects along with elements of experimental and you can also hear grim black metal screams coming into the music along with some industrial style drum programming which also leads up to some old school black metal guitar riffs and after a minute the music goes into a more avant garde direction.
"Oak And Poisoned Berries" begins with fast, raw and primitive black metal guitar riffs, industrial elements, drum programming and grim screams and then the music goes into a more old school black metal direction along with some fast guitar riffing and after a few minutes the drum programming takes over the song and you can hear clean guitars in the background before going into a more depressive direction but brings back the old school elements during the last minute.
"Spite" which is the last song on the ep as well as title track starts up with dark avant garde, ambient and experimental sounds along with the sound s of human beings tortured as well as some synths.
Song lyrics cover dark, depressive and occult themes, while the production has a very dark, raw and primitive sound to it along with one of the songs being very long and epic in length.
In my opinion this is another great sounding recording from Wytchfilth and if you are a fan of atmospheric, industrial or sold school black metal, you should check out this ep. RECOMMENDED TRACK "Oak And Poisoned Berries". RECOMMENDED BUY.