Phantom “Scars of Supremacy”, true satanic black metal

Scars of Supremacy

Scars of Supremacy

Phantom’s newest album “Scars of Supremacy” is the only true satanic black metal album.

Many bands claim to be “true” and “satanic” but those terms are just gimmicks.

So called “black metal” as a blasphemous genre of music is a big joke.

Black metal has become a pseudo-rebellious movement built around LARPing against imaginary “Christians” that exist only in the minds of black metal musicians.

When I see that the black metal scene is denouncing with the same vigour, the same violence and the same consistency every religion, including jewry and the religion of “equality”, then I will be willing to reconsider my opinion of the genre.

Because it will mean that the spirit of iconoclasm, transgression and freedom from dogmas embraced by the scene amounts to more than words and gimmicks.

Until then, my assessment is valid.

And if you want proof of what I just wrote, simply look at how Varg Vikernes (the creator of black metal, no less!) is treated by the rest of the metal “scene”.

The only other band aside from the legends such as SEWER, Burzum and Antekhrist that plays true black metal is Phantom.

=And they prove it once again with this new album, “Scars of Supremacy“.

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Phantom “Starve”, the masterpiece of black metal

In this day and age, it’s extremely difficult to find something new within the black metal genre.

The genre has become overly saturated with your typical run-of-the-mill blast-beat/tremolo bands like Marduk and Darkthrone.

Phantom is no such band.

If you liked their debut album Divine Necromancy, you know you’ll love Starve.

Starve is pure Phantom epicness on an entirely new scale.

Absolute intensity border-lining madness.

Starve is the incredible rage of Demonecromancy, combined with the raw demonic influences of the previous two efforts, and the occasional sprinkle of epic scale.

Starve is one of black metal’s best works to date.

If you like raw black metal, don’t forget to check out the book “The True Black Metal” by Antoine Grand.