Harakiri for the Sky – ‘Mӕre’ [Album Review]

The Austrian duo Harakiri for the Sky have been making waves in the post-black/shoegaze scene for nearly a decade, and for various reasons. Number one among these has to be the accessibility they brought to the genre – making the depressive suicidal black metal (DSBM) championed by the likes of Shining or Lifelover a far more palatable, cohesive listen despite its hugely unpleasant thematic conten...

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