Cult Of Fire ‎– मृत्यु का तापसी अनुध्यान

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A1 संहार रक्त काली 7:56
A2 अस्तित्व की चिता पर 6:08
A3 शव साधना 5:35
A4 काली मां 6:07
B1 मृत्यु ही सत्य है 4:23
B2 मृत्यु का वीभत्स नृत्य 5:15
B3 खण्ड मण्ड योग 6:32
B4 दिव्य प्रेम की ज्वाला से दग्ध 5:38

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- 350g Gatefold jacket with gloss lamination & inside flooded in black
- 12 Page booklet on 350g paper with gloss lamination glued into the gatefold jacket
- A2 Poster on 150g art paper gloss

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 113300E1/B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 113300E2/A

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FEROS-RAATO

FEROS-RAATO

January 18, 2017

I think those who think black metal is anti-religious, have missed the point of the genre.
It's a narrow poiint of view to say the least.
There was not suppose to be any rules to it to begin with, the rules came later, with the wannabes and sheep who like to follow some ideology.

Just like christians, and muslims, and the like, it annoys me so much when some say to me, "U is not bläk metl, bekoose rules", fuck the rules I say.

What I found in black metal was, progressive ideas and concepts, to create music that was original and colorful and, dare I say, fun to play and, experiment with.
Of course there's anti-religious people in the "community" (in which I don't consider belonging for the obvious reasons),
but it's so much more than that.
What I got from it was, freedom to do as I please without limits, at least musically, these Goddamned wannabes are ruining the original point by making these stupid rules and dogmas to live by, Shame! On! Them!

Thank you for reading this rant.
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minor

March 14, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
I must admit: this album called my attention. Amazing artwork. The music then turned out as solid black metal (which is not my favourite genre), nothing special. What confused me was one fact: giving a black metal-album name and tracklist in Hindi doesn't make it very spiritualistic and/or mystic. It looks exotic, and I'm sure some of the worldwide black metal community will hail this as a great magick thing, but honestly, Hindi is just a secular contemporary language of India, the official one, to be excact. In many cases it is used as instrument for propaganda and political campaigns in a country struggling with almost worldly nowaday problems caused by Western influences, industrialization and social tensions that crush into or emerge from thousand year old religious traditions and beliefs.
Not my type of concept, but yes: it looks great. Though I'm not sure if Cult of Fire understand some inherited religious and spiritual concepts right if they desecrate them in black metal which, did I get it right?, was once against any religious indoctrination.
I know: music is about art. So great work. It made me contemplate. This review is my antakala meditation about this piece.
Maybe, if the next tracklist is in Urdu or Farsi, I would probably come back for some even more uncool "blasphemous" comments.
Bhavatu.