Sonorian Rebel Black Magick are a solo project from Arizona that consists of Andrew Markuszewski of Lord Mantis and Avichi and plays a mixture of western outlaw folk music and doom and this is a review of his 2016 ep "Desert Hellfire" which was released by New Density.
Acoustic guitars that also use a great amount of finger picking start off the recording along with some percussion's a few seconds later and after awhile melodic vocals make their presence known on t he recording and whispers can also be heard in t he music at times and the music also brings in a lot of neo folk elements.
At times the music brings in the atmosphere of driving through a southwestern dessert and the guitars also bring in a great amount of full chords and one of the tracks is very long and epic in length and while the music is all acoustic you can still hear a small amount of doom metal elements in the songs.
Sonoran Rebel Black Magick plays a musical style that takes a western form of folk music and mixes it in with a touch of doom to create a style of t heir own, t he production sounds very powerful while the lyrics cover burying enemies in nameless graves, long rambling nights and general outlaw behavior.
In my opinion Sonoran Rebel Black Magick are a very great sounding mixture of Western outlaw folk music and acoustic doom and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this solo project. RECOMMENDED TRACK "Little Boy". 8 out of 10.