Nobody are a solo project from Finland that has been featured before in this zine and plays an acoustic form of black metal and this is a review of his 2020 album "Atmosfear" which will be released in June by Inverse Records.
Acoustic guitars and ritualistic spoken word parts start off the album while deep demonic vocals are also added into some parts of the recording. Grim yet high pitched black metal screams are also utilized quite a bit on most of the tracks and the music also brings in a great amount of folk elements.
You can also hear a good mixture of both full chords and finger picking in the acoustic guitar playing. Most of the tracks are also very short in length along with one track also adding in a brief use of wolf howls as well as the music also capturing a very medieval atmosphere at times and as the album progresses a brief use of synths and percussion's can also be heard, the riffs also add in a decent amount of tremolo picking and at times the music also gets very ritualistic sounding.
On this recording Nobody remains true to the music style of black metal that he had established on his previous release. The production sounds very dark while the lyrics are a concept album based upon the mind of a great manipulator, who can persuade children to turn against their parents and brother against sister- just by wielding the power of his personality.
In my opinion this is another great sounding album from Nobody and if you are a fan of acoustic black metal, you should checkout this recording. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Stronger than Blood""The Dark Marquis" "Atmosfear" and "Orgasm Of Blasphemy". 8 out of 10.