Nekrosadik are a solo project from Mexico that plays a black metal influenced form of dark ambient and experimental and this is a review of his 2013 album "Death Chant Glorification" which was released as a joint effort between Satanath Records, Dead Dog Skull and Heil Hell Productions.
A very dark and atmospheric sound starts off the album along with some drones and nature sounds and the synths bring in more of a dark ambient feeling to the recording and they also use a variety of many different keys and black metal style screams can be heard in some parts off the songs along with some elements of noise.
At times the music can be very avant garde and experimental while a great portion of the tracks are very long and epic in length and when percussion's are utilized they give the songs more of a ritualistic feeling and some songs also bring in a small amount of acoustic guitars and the vocals also get more depressive as the album progresses and there are also some distorted guitars being utilized at times.
Nekrosadik plays a very ritualistic and experimental/avant garde style of dark ambient and brings in a depressive black metal vocal approach to create a style of his own, the production sounds for dark and raw while the lyrics cover death and depression themes.
In my opinion Nekrosadik are a very great sounding black metal influenced dark ambient/experimental solo project and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this artist. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Life's Last Breath" "A Planned Last Goodbye" "A Cold Warm Welcome" and "Death's First Scream". 8 out of 10.