Elitaria - _NGC666 (New Galaxies Catalogue 666)_
(Independent, 2010)
by: Chaim Drishner (7.5 out of 10)
Global domination; absolute power dictatorship on a galactic scale; nuclear total annihilation; genetic alteration and dehumanization of the entire human race: Elitaria have got it all!

Packed into eight authentic tracks (and a Ministry cover to conclude this affair), Elitaria's vision is loud and clear: their industrially tinged, cold, precise and vile type of black metal is here to harm. This duo's music mirrors their conceptual and lyrical agenda rather well; they convey their mechanized, frigid, sampled frequencies right into your face with relentless, razor-sharp, highly dynamic music.

When Elitaria's precise and monstrous riffs collide against the blasting beats of the drum machine, pushed forward by genuinely hate-filled searing vocals, you actually get what they're saying; you begin to fathom what their aim is with recording this album: to transfer the human existence into the realms of cold, robotic darkness.

Enveloped by airtight, uncompromising and devilish production, _NGC666_ is then being quantum-leaped into the future where no human exists anymore, where only barren darkness prevails. _NGC666_ is a black metal product done by cynical, disillusioned sons of man, dedicated in turn to all other cynical, spoiled, soulless and lost human beings of the era, an era where nothing is forbidden but on the same breath everything has lost its taste. Like fellow thunderstorms Diabolicum, the nuclear prophets or their Italian latter day counterparts Aborym, the humanoid clairvoyants -- Elitaria bridge the gap between human and machine, between here and now and the hereafter...

Contact: http://www.myspace.com/elitaria

(article published 7/12/2010)

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