- uncompromising Polish one-man force returns with a brand new opus entitled "Kry", that follow in the footsteps of former albums like "In The Glory of Heroes", "966" and "Neoheresy" blending orchestral and classical sensibilities with folk and harsh Black Metal
- HELLVETO has released numerous acclaimed albums on labels such as Pulverised, Dark Symphonies, Black Plague Records, and is now signed to Pagan Records
- undeniably essential album for those waving the flag of harsh and cold triumphant Black Metal
- essential listening for fans of Summoning, Profanum, early Limbonic Art, Emperor and Graveland, Drudkh...
- varied, deep and complex work of arcane art
- a tribute to the heathen past, nature and primal beast that rages inside us all
Melancholic, Depressive music like this seems to give me the opposite effect, like when someone with ADD drinks caffeine. This is gloriously expressive and brings me joy. People acknowledging in minor keys the realities of life, and the mind, that we go through is better than any shrink. I love the unpretentious but very solid drumming (or drum sounds) on the record. Drums are always my first window into whether I like an album. Metallurgical Fire
It took me a while to give this a listen, but I have to say that it is one of my favorite intersections of traditional raw, atmospheric, and even progressive black metal. There’s a lot going on with this album, and it moves into various metal territories without losing its blackened foundations. It’s a great record. Metallurgical Fire