Once you've finished chortling at their choice of name, which hopefully means something else over in Sweden, you may want to acquaint yourself with some rather good black metal.
Quite why a member of black metal band Setherial would want a side project playing, um, black metal is a wee bit beyond my ken, but I'm certainly not going to complain when they set about their businees in finest Dimmu Borgir / Marduk style. They've certainly got their finger on the button as the shredding guitars and drum blasts come pealing out of the speakers. The vocals are a bit by numbers, but they're good enough to scare off any emos who may be passing by.
This follow up to their (very) recent "Origin" album may not be about to shatter any preconceptions about the nature of black metal, but it shakes the foundations, and you can't ask much more than that. Old schoolers who naysay keyboards in black metal may want to look away as they play an important part in the feel of the album, but I'm more than happy for them to be there when they're doing good work.
One for the already converted.