Burial Dust are a band from Bangladesh that plays a very raw form of occult black metal and this is a review of their self released 2016 ep "Oshubho Ahobaan".
Nature sounds start off the ep along with some clean playing and after a few seconds drum beats are added onto the recording and they also give the music a very ritualistic feeling which also leads up to more of a dark, heavy and melodic musical direction that also introduces deep black metal vocals onto the recording.
A lot of the riffs have an old school metal vibe to them and you can also hear all of the musical instruments that are present on the recording and after awhile the vocals also start utilizing more high pitched screams and when the music speeds up a great amount of blast beats can be heard and you can also hear a touch of early 90's occult black/death metal in the bands musical style.
A great amount of evil sounding melodies in both the leads and guitar riffing and some of the tracks are very long and epic in length and there is also a brief use of clean singing and when synths are utilized they enhance the ritualistic and occult nature of the bands musical style while t he main focus remains more on a heavy and raw style of black metal and all of the tracks also sound different from each other and the outro uses clean playing that gives the music more of a Middle Eastern vibe.
Burial Dust plays a style of occult black metal that is very dark, raw and ritualistic while also having a very old school 90's vibe and a touch of death metal which also makes the musial stand out a bit more, the production sounds very dark, raw and old school while the lyrics cover Occultism and Blasphemy themes.
In my opinion Burial Dust are a very great sounding occult black metal band and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out this ep. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Where Is Your Rahmaa" and "Sandshaded Mausoleum". 9 out of 10.