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Review : Chthe'ilist - Le Dernier Crépuscule by Pasif Agresif Webzine

Updated: Jun 18, 2020

Via Pasif Agresif Webzine (translated) : "I mentioned the inspiration power of HP Lovecraft in the metal world in the SULPHUR AEON album criterion I wrote recently (I hope you have listened to that album because it's better than real). Today, again, I will talk about a group, CHTHE'ILIST, floating in those muddy waters.

CHTHE'ILIST, which is about the songs of Lovecraft and, interestingly, the Legend of Zelda, hit the Lovecraft concept like a frozen bonito with the "Amechth'ntaas'm'rriachth" demo, which was founded in 2010 on the French sides of Canada. a group. CHTHE'ILIST, who made death metal with the most superficial expression (it seems to get confused when writing his name at first, but then people get used to it), he sprays his mess from the rather unpleasant sides of the event. CHTHE'ILIST , where the ugly kings of Finland appear to have a huge effect of the DEMILICH effect and the clear signs of CREMATORY , one of the eighty-late Swedish death metal, which is the reference to the few people, is the NOCTURNUS due to the use of the keyboard, as I will process in detail soon. It does not pretend to be in 'weather'.

The album with muddy guitars, drums following the smoke screen and advanced guitar workmanship that contrast with them; the madman guitar solos allow it to seep through the brown cracks knitted with fuzzy riffs. CHTHE'ILIST, which also includes BEYOND CREATION drummer Philippe Boucher, is a group that originally made music under the leadership of Phil Tougas. This 24-year-old father, who plays in a large number of bands, will apparently make his name heard with CHTHE'ILIST. There is a death metal, death metal, atonality, flair for ugliness and death metal that is not at the level of ULCERATE, but in "Le Dernier Crépuscule" (The Last Dawn). We are faced with a work that is hard to separate, and covered with riffs and sound passages that present the uncomfortable spirits of ancient times in the form of a wall made of mud and flesh. The album, which I can summarize as an auditory battering that will not go beyond boredom unless you listen carefully, try to parse and understand what is done; For listeners who do not expect it, are not used to it, the first listening can turn into a punishment. "After all, nobody listened to" Obscura "waiting for what would come, but then I think I could give the essence of the event by saying. Elbet CHTHE'ILIST does not do a revolutionary job at the GORGUTS level, If you do this, the album will open up to you. It is not an easy task to create such a darkness and suffocation. CHTHE'ILIST does what it needs in terms of instrument use, knowing the music they make, production and presentation, and weaves the archaic inner walls of “Le Dernier Crépuscule” with embryos of sinister beings fed from dark imaginations. Due to the uncompromising character of the music and its protrusion that makes it feel that it has a certain purpose, it is not necessary to describe “Le Dernier Crépuscule” for a very long time because the group is already taking all its inspiration and concept from the realms associated with imagination. When you take a look at the cover, if you get a message about the internal stenosis of the music inside, it is clearly worth the time you will spend on CHTHE'ILIST."

8.5 / 10

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