Zeit – Konvergenz (2017) – Review

RockmusicRaider Review - Zeit - Konvergenz - Album CoverThe old provinces of Eastern Germany seem to be a hotbed for interesting bands of all kinds. Indeed of all things cultural – and beyond. And this goes for theatrical endeavours as well as music of all flavors.  The RockmusicRaider crew had the pleasure to cover special underground bands like Antyra from Leipzig already. You know, these guys with their rough and eerily weird, yet fascinating story-telling techniques. With an extremely epic, but very down-to-earth metal taste. I love them, but they are so out of the mainstream that not many of the RMR fans will follow. It is a special kind of geekery, I admit.

And – indeed – underground breeds more underground.

The German Black Metallers Zeit (time) not only hail from the same location. But they sport an inherent rebel streak and we like that at RMR. In other words, the radar blip on our search-and-review screen just got bigger once we learned about that little detail.

Zeit became conscious of this mortal coil in the unholy year of the lord 2010. Konvergenz is their first full length album after one demo and a smattering of EPs. And I daresay their style and delivery matured compared to former concoctions. Yet they still insist on delivering their very own style and not be confined by others into boxes. [...]  Got hooked? Raid on...!