Review: Black Flame – Imperivm 
Italian black metal trio Black Flame unleash an eight-track affair steeped in calamity with IMPERIVM. Without deviating from the genre’s basic elements , this foreboding troupe attack with the feral fury passed down through the left hand path. Tracks like “Ad Inferna” strike with a venomous bite, revealing a grim vocal rasp and a demonically-charged rhythmic pound, while chaotic guitars and a hellacious sense of evil await on cuts like “Apocalyptic Zero.” Presenting this squad’s meat and potato aural assault with little room for experimenting, if you are a stickler for underground purity, this record will serve you well. www.regainrecords.com –Mike SOS
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