Earworm riffs, bleak atmospheres, pummelling black metal soundscapes. At times one does wish that those gloriously painful vocals were higher in the mix, though
Favorite track: render unto caesar.
"if you dig weird, raw black metal, you're going to dig this album" - Kim Kelly, Noisey
"This is black metal done right, dark, slithering, raw, menacing, otherworldly." - Industries of Inferno
"One reviewer had the gall to call Occult Anarchist Propaganda a “run of the mill black metal album,” which I suppose is true at least on the surface, full of blasting, chaotic distortion and over-the-top caterwauling, but our idealism-driven protagonist’s conservatism is only that: on the surface. Listen close and you’ll hear bizarre harmonies, unique instrumentation (I’m a fan of DCRF’s bowed string work), and clanging discord. Inspired by the classics? Fine, but a traditional black metal album this is not." - Jon, Invisible Oranges
"So for those who stuck up their noses for the previous releases, now it is time devote your attention to this amazing band. Book Of Sand is truly one of a kind. Highly recommended." - Bjorn, Merchants of Air