Muert are a band from Spain that plays a very raw and blasphemous form of black metal and this is a review of their 2012 album "Mysteriorum Prophanations Sepulcralis" which will be re-issued on cassette in 2015 by Bylec-Tum.
A very distorted and demonic sounding intro starts off the album along with some elements of noise and after the intro the music goes for more of a black metal sound along with some dark sounding melodies being added into the music along with some grim sounding and high pitched screams a few seconds later.
You can hear a good amount of raw aggression in the music along with some blast beats and a good mixture of slow, mid paced and fast parts and all of the songs are heavily rooted in the 90's black metal tradition and on some of the tracks the vocals get more deeper and demonic at times while the main focus remains more on a black metal style of vocals and one of the tracks also bring s in a small amount of clean playing and atmospheric sounds before returning back to a fast and raw musical direction.
Muert plays a style of black metal that is very raw and old school in the 90's tradition and avoids all modern trends to create a style of black metal that is pure and true, the production sounds very dark, raw and old school while the lyrics cover anti christian, occultism, and darkness themes.
In my opinion Muert are a very great sounding raw and old school black metal band and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Holocaust In The Christian Tombs" "The Hateful Ritual" and "Storm in The Cathedral of God". 8 out of 10.