The Ajna Offensive
Every year there is an album that kind of comes out of left field and grabs people by the balls, and I’m going to go ahead and say right now that Trance of Death is going to be it. Those who already know Venenum know that they put out a
The AJNA OFFENSIVE is one of those labels that follows their own magical hearts and don’t give a fuck about trends, which is why I have always had respect for them. They have two very special releases that are in the works – first up is the co-release of the
I have been following Saturnalia Temple since the release of their first demo, UR. The more old-school doom metal vibe of that demo was overflowing with what was best about the genre – from the heavy riffs, the ‘70s influence to the slight psychedelic and experimental tendencies. Time has passed,
Crepusculo Negro has steadily risen in popularity and thusly carry a higher profile at this point in the US black metal scene. Is there anything you regret about achieving this higher profile? Do you find it more difficult to operate “under the radar” as you could have in the past?
Sabbath Assembly’s Ye Are Gods album is set for release on September 21st through The Ajna Offensive for North America and Svart Records for Europe. To say how original this record is would be an understatement. Sabbath Assembly have just released a visual for the song “In The Time Of