As a logical next step after their self-titled 2012 debut, Head of the Demon further entrenches themselves in heavy metal of the various occult shades. Their bare-boned metal with an eldritch shape, akin to Sabbath meets Mortuary Drape, vibrates on a solid foundation with a poetic, less-is-more approach. “Sathanas Trismegistos … is about as epic as doom metal can get,” says Metal Extreme. “[A]n undertone of black metal … drives this album alongside its mainly doom metal overture…. [It fuses] elements of psychedelic rock … without eliminating the evil sounding vibes.” Every hard-ripping riff oozes magnificence. Thickly atmospheric, black auras and “an evil energy … dwell in this album…, channeling spirits from another realm or dimension” that hypnotize, desensitize, and cast a spell. “Sathanas Trismegistos is a uniquely rich experience that holds no comparison. This is one of those albums that is going to change the way the genre of doom is thought about.”The panorama is wide open and the pillars are easily distinguishable outside of the field of vision. Truths lay wide open and in plain view for those who which to reflect and partake.