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***Following closely on the heels of their debut full-length, Hailstorm, released in spring of 1995, BARATHRUM's sophomore album came out later that year on the revered Nazgul’s Eyrie Productions label. Entitled Eerie, the album is dim and brooding, driven by the pummeling duel bass attack that defines the band’s sound at that time, with twin bass lines supplying both weight and melodic structure to the songs. Barathrum’s early albums reflect an era when black metal was still coalescing into a recognizable genre and bands felt free to explore its perimeters, experimenting and cultivating unique identities. Led by vocalist and multi-instrumentalist DEMONOS SOVA, Barathrum established themselves at the helm of the Finnish black metal scene alongside prominent peers such as Beherit and Impaled Nazarene. For Eerie, Sova recruited guitarist SULPHUR to play alongside bassist INFERNUM and drummer PIMEÄ, both of whom appeared on Hailstorm. Despite the inclusion of a full-time guitarist, the album is, like its predecessor, mostly bass-oriented. However, Sova broadened the band’s sonic spectrum on Eerie, writing more intricate songs in which dense, repetitive riffs wind together into concussive, mid-paced stomps and hypnotic dirges.

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