BLACKOSH - the project led by Petr Hosek, original guitar player for iconic Czech black metal band Root and current member of the legendary Master's Hammer - will release the two-track Řvoucí Vichry seven-inch later this month via Eternal Death.
With a reputation of manifesting inventive and genre-pushing black metal, BLACKOSH's Řvoucí Vichry seven-inch - which translates to "Roaring Winds" - follows the band's 2013 and 2014 splits with Master's Hammer and the 2015-issued Iron Bonehead full-length, Kurvy, Chlast A Black Metal.
Today Cvlt Nation is streaming the title track calling it, "an exercise in sonic torture of the best and blackest kind."
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Řvoucí Vichry will see official unveiling May 19th. Preorders are currently available at THIS LOCATION.
With Řvoucí Vichry, BLACKOSH continues along the path traversed by Kurvy, Chlast A Black Metal, which Metal Temple likened to, "hordes of demon spawn torturing and killing a congregation with twisted, murderous devices from an ancient world," in an 8/10 review, by resurrecting the eclectic combination of influences and styles used in the now twenty-five-plus-year-old early Root records (namel Zjeveni and Hell Symphony) but with a more modern production. The artwork and lyrics also follow the dark but also spirited sensibility seen on Kurvy...