Thursday, September 9, 2010

Mystifier - "Göetia" (1993)


Year: 1993
Genre: Black/Thrash Metal
Country: Brazil
Label: Osmose Productions

Track List:

  1. Aleister Crowley and Ordo Templi Orientis
  2. An Elizabethan Devil Worshipper's Prayer Book
  3. The Sight of the Unholy Cross
  4. Caerimonia Sanguilentu (Goetia)
  5. Beelzebuth
  6. The Realm of Antichristus
  7. The True Story About Doctor Faust's Pact With Mephistopheles
  8. Cursed Excruciation / The Sinuous Serpent of Genesis (Levathan)
  9. The Baphometic Goat of Knights Templar in the 12th Century
  10. The Cult & The Ancient Prediction
  11. The Sign Of The Unholy Cross + The Cult Continues


Mystifier were among the first (and the best) black metal bands from Brazil, and moreover - one of the first BM bands with actual black people. Coming from the poor nothern regions of Brazil, Mystifier weren't really a political band, but they condemned the "christian capitalist world" and as far as I know, they were very sad when all that NSBM shit became popular. Taking in account the whole left-leaning culture of Brazil, I think it's not a big mistake to post some of their albums in my blog. "Goetia" is their most well-known album, and it's really good. That's how the real first wave BM should sound like.

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