Propast are a duo from Serbia that plays a very raw and satanic form of black metal and this is a review of their 2014 ep "Vestnik Presisdodnji" which was released by Misanthropic Intolerance".
A dark ambient sounding intro starts off the ep along with some epic and atmospheric elements being thrown in and after the intro the music starts going for more of a fast and raw black metal direction along with some blast beats and grim sounding high pitched black metal screams and the music has the 90's Eastern European black metal feeling to it as well as being both raw and epic at the same times.
After awhile the music starts to bring in a mixture of slow, mid paced and fast parts and the vocals also have a depressive feeling to them at times and all of the tracks are very long an d epic in length and the music really starts heading for a more old school and satanic black metal direction on the following tracks, the third track shows more slower riffing than the first 2 as well as a bit more melody while also still having its fast moments and they close the ep with a cover of Graveland's "Thurisaz" that also remains true to the original version of the song.
Propast plays a very old school style of black metal that captures the rawness of dark, evil atmosphere of the 90's style down perfectly, the production sound s very raw, old school and heavy while the lyrics are written in Serbian and cover Satanism.
In my opinion Propast are a very great sounding raw and satanic black metal band and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out this ep. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "u Plamenu" and "Thurisaz". 8/5 out of 10.