Abruptum - Obscuritatem Advoco Amplectère Me LP (Black vinyl)
Pressed on 140g black vinyl. Housed in a 350gsm jacket with matte lamination, silver-flooded interior and silver ink printing. Includes an A2 poster and a double-sided insert, both printed with silver ink.
"Recorded in 1992 at Abruptum Studios. Dedicated to the forthcoming Dark Age."
When you think of black metal, the first bands that come to mind are Mayhem, Venom, Bathory, Celtic Frost, Darkthrone, and many others. One band you might hear of is a sort of obscure band named Abruptum. I say obscure because I doubt many people will listen to noise that makes you want to go out and murder. Abruptum is not music one little bit. It may feature instruments, but this is used to heightens the evil in your mind.
This album, titled "Obscuritatem Advoco Amplectére Me", is a very good example of that statement. The album is one 52 minute song, broken into two parts/tracks. Track one is titled Obscuritatem Advoco and track two is tiled Amplectere Me. Both of these songs are, as I said, in no way, shape or form music. You might hear guitars, bass, drums, and the occasional Latin, but the majority of the noise you hear is band members IT and Evil torturing themselves. This is like taking an acid trip on whatever Dante was on.