Last updated on 10 July 2020
Whoa! Somebody is fucking with my brain!
Just listening to the streamer screamer extract The Apathetic Plague from Eohum‘s latest EP Ealdfaeder. And they are going deep down. Deep, deep down to the essence of Black Metal, with a somewhat doomish and atmospheric tinge.
Then out of the black abyss they hit you with some Progressive elements in their tune. By doing so Eohum create their very own brand in this vast Black Metal universe.
Well, by Thor’s mighty hammer, that is really not bad.
Ealdfaeder features guest drummer Simon Mackay on a few select tracks (The Agonist – Alissa White-Gluz‘s old nemesis). Annie Perreault returns on horns and flute. Otherwise we got in the line-up: Jeremy Perkins and Sylvain Dumont on guitars, Barrie Butler torturing his vocal cords, Cesar Franco on bass and Luca Treviso on the remaining drums.
Existing since 2010, the Montreal based band Eohum released their debut Revelations, Aurora Of An Epoch in 2015, now followed by this EP in budding springtime 2016.
The band emerged from a poetic project – a book – imagined by Jeremy Perkins and tries to emphasize today’s population’s lack of interest in past relationships with nature and our ancestral ways.
Label: Mycelium Networks | Web: Facebook