Lake Of Blood – As Time And Tide Erodes Stone

Lake Of Blood play a style of black metal you’d probably more than likely associate with the lore filled Cascadian Mountains. Yet here’s a band that hail from southern California, producing this kind of metal; full of atmosphere, full of passion for nature and the preservation of the world we live in. Full of aggression.

They’re another band I stumbled upon due to the wide ranging influence of Panopticon, having put out a split with them in 2009. I didn’t actually hear that split until late last year, and then I discovered they were about to release their first length. And I was excited.

1. Proxigean Arcanum

2. Destroyer Of Vices

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