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NECRONOMICON

Rise Of The Elder Ones

(Season Of Mist)

Reviewed by : David Perri
Rating : 8.0

Making the switch over to Season Of Mist from Napalm, NECRONOMICON continues to be one of extreme metal’s most underrated majicks, this group the proprietor of an absurdly well-written catalogue, one highlighted by 2003’s The Sacred Medicines, a record that still hasn’t reached its proper pinnacle of praise, a decade later. Rise Of The Elder Ones continues the wrath that Rob “The Witch” Tremblay has been propagating for more than two decades, this record continuously channeling the best moments of BEHEMOTH and symphonic death à la FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE while remaining entirely Necronomicon, an impressive feat that would place the collective amongst the elite if merit was the only criteria. Rise Of The Elder Ones reaffirms the fact that Tremblay can execute the type of seminal death metal that is revered the globe over, as its uncompromising yet highly listenable brand is always an effective proposition, especially when all the band’s confluences converge in a statement of purpose like ‘From Beyond’ or ‘Resurrected’. Necronomicon has been a staple in the Montreal scene for a dead eternity and, with Rise Of The Elder Ones, it’s time the rest of the world finally caught on to what’s been haunting Foufounes Électriques all this time.



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