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Do Skonu - Womb Of Primeval Darkness

by Forever Plagued Records

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  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    jewel case CD. Pure occult black metal from the Ukraine.

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Do Skonu is a path in search for the wisdom of the occult, a ritualistic journey in depth of Slavonic mysteries and witchcraft. In your ears are hearing music, maybe familiar maybe not but this is something so much deeper to the artist. Through the power of chaos magic feelings and energy is invoked into the creation of the music. Black metal with
meaning not just some egotistic ploy that desires some attention from the mundane. All lyrics and vocals are in old Russian but we have also added english translations for all other regions. Enter the dark world of ancient Slavic shamanism and black arts. Varagian; main writer & singer of Do Skonu states "I hope that for ordinary mortals my creation will carry the plague and death, but for the dark adept this is weapons and means of attainment of Darkness." Fans of Horna, Archgoat, Dodheimsgard may find "Do Skonu" of interest.

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released June 12, 2012

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Forever Plagued Records Pennsylvania

Forever Plagued Records (FPR) was started back in 2002 with their debut release Darkest Grove - The Rudimentary Of Pessimism demo and their sophomore Sombrous - Transcending The Umbra. For many years FPR remained within the deep underground with very little exposure. FPR will forever represent the deep and dark black metal underground movement and searches for the most evil art in black metal. ... more

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