EP Review: Aversio Humanitatis – Longing for the Untold (BlackSeed Productions)


Spanish black metal band, Aversio Humanitatis are back with their new EP, Longing for the Untold. A soundtrack filled with introspective reflections and tales revolving around nihilism, conscience and death. It was released on March 1st 2017 via BlackSeed Productions.

It’s a fiery start to this 4 track EP. An EP that is unashamedly black metal in both style & atmosphere. Forgoing melodic moments to just deliver crushing metal tracks, Aversio Humanitatis are a cut above the many other bands that exist in their genre.

Longing for the Untold is a furious start with dark riffs bleeding throughout & vocals that devastate the mind. For all its ‘expected’ style (you’re not hearing anything new here) it’s very exciting music. A lot of this is to do with the constant assault it delivers. Non-stop heavy with only short & small drops in tempo.

The 6+ minutes of Prison of Shattered Glass is a great example of how well Aversio Humanitatis do at keeping this pace interesting to hear.

The Ever Shifting Path is the weakest song of the 4. A drop away into an odd sounding effect coming across a bit pointless even if it is brief. The EP finishes off with Advent of the Inescapable. A haunting intro builds into a fantastic sounding beat that brings about as much brutality as you’ve come to expect from Aversio Humanitatis.

The drumming here is the best it’s been, fast & hard, it could potentially wake up the dead!

An great showing from Aversio Humanitatis & continued proof that black metal is stronger then ever.

Longing for the Untold Full Track Listing:

1. Longing for the Untold
2. Prison of Shattered Glass
3. The Ever Shifting Path
4. Advent of the Inescapable

You can pick up the album on Bandcamp here as well as find out more about the band here & over on Facebook. You can also find out more about BlackSeed Productions here.


Aversio Humanitatis - Longing for the Untold (BlackSeed Productions)
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