Review from Pure Nothing Worship Magazine; Issue 2

Posted by Nick Skog on Thursday, December 19, 2013 Under: Album Reviews
From: Pure Nothing Worship Magazine; Issue 2
Published: February 2014

Young, one-man project from Germany, Galaktik Cancer Squad, although existing from 2011, delivers their fourth full length already. “Ghost Light” delivers a 50 minute opus of slightly progressive, post-black metal. A dense, energetic album, flowing with different elements but mostly centered around fast paced post-black metal with a unique approach and interesting song composition. At different moments, as customary to all these “post” bands, the clean, tremolo driven guitar riffs, evoke a strong sense of emotion, but in the case of “Ghost Light”, the nature of this emotion is somehow elusive. Longing? Loss? Nostalgia? Fervor? Embark on this journey and find out for yourself.

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 Released: June 21, 2013
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Progressive Post-Black Metal