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Some open spaces of the universe are very unsafe to explore

July 09, 2019
Damnation's Hammer - Unseen Planets, Deadly Spheres

Rolling dark gloom of the harsh waves Temple of the Descending Gods reveals the open spaces of the Damnation's Hammer - Unseen Planets, Deadly Spheres album, again and again emphasizing the title in the chorus. Exploding in the introduction with a flash of rapid drive vocals again and again returns the trend of the march in the Deathcraft song.
The title track Unseen Planets, Deadly Spheres continues the album with a fascinating intriguing introduction, from which emerges fascinating images of unknown stars, then with the introduction of vocals, rolling viscous passages of a dark anthem. But in the chorus a sweeping drive wedges in the music, dissipating after a brief break.
Slowly and persistently rolling out the musical canvas of a harsh military march Hammers of War in bridges and choruses brings in a swift drive, accenting the title in the chorus. Beginning and ending with the mystical mystery Wolves of Aquarius rolls the epic lace of the musical canvas, starting with a vocal, starting with a viscous mid-tempo march, then accelerating in a swift drive, but then repeating this alternation again.
Seriously and militantly driving up the intro into the mind with a stern belligerent march Haunting the Abyss then develops this melody into the main motive, somewhat speeding up the pace and giving some irregularities to the abrupt vocal exclamations.
Epicly narrative mystical tale Gates of the Necronomicon in the chorus builds steps, soaring along them in the impetuous drive and opening the gates at the top of the musical narration. The pulsating march of the main motive is waving its banner already in the introduction, complementing the musical image of The Eternal Harvest composition with rhythmic vocal phrases. The indistinct sacrament The Hex iii with a muffled background creates an anticipation of mystical rituals, anticipating the final composition of the album Entrance to the Final Chamber, rolling with gloomy musical waves, completing these mysterious sacraments with vocal phrases. The instrumental part first explodes with impetuous drive, then disperses the obscure sparks of mysterious muted musical passages, culminating in a majestic march and a stream of runaway drive.