Rorcal – Világvége

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Rorcal – Világvégerepress, 2012Halo of Flies/Lost Pilgrim/Sickmangettingsick/Call of Ror

“When Doom turns into Black, you can’t expect anything but chaos!”

525 copies of Világvége will be pressed on 180gram vinyl and distributed exclusively by Halo of Flies in the US and Lost Pilgrim, Sickmangettingsick, and Call of Ror in Europe: 100 on clear/white, and 425 on black. Halo of Flies will have 30 clear copies available.

Without question, the band was rightful in putting the phrase “end of the world” in the search tags for this full-length. The band’s homogeneously thick and hazy approach to writing these songs certainly sounds like the world’s greatest civilizations all crumbling in unison.
– The Needle Drop

The amalgamation of doom and black metal has been attempted before, but never with such unwavering conviction. Rorcal have created a metal album that is as passionate as it is heavy.
– Scene Point Blank

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features:

Violent Resonance
MuzikDizcovery (Artist of the Day)

reviews:

2013 lists:

Scratch the Surface (Best Albums of 2013 by David Alexandre)
MuzikDizcovery (Alex Newton’s Top 50 of 2013)
Last Rites (Ian Chainey’s Top 10 of 2013)
Nefarious Realm (Matt Darcy’s Top 10 of 2013)
A Unilateral Disgust (Top 25 Albums of 2013)
Cosmic Tentacles (Top 25 – Best of 2013)
Angry Metal Guy (The Amg Staff Picks the Top Ten Records o’2013)
Forever Cursed (Best of 2013 – Part II: The Albums)
Speakers // Screens (List: Robby’s 25 Favorite Albums of 2013)
Scratch the Surface (Best of 2013 Musicians’ Choice Part 2 – Johan (Celeste))

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RORCAL sees the light in Geneva (Switzerland) in 2006. > >>> After four efforts between 2007 and 2008 and more than 100 shows all over Europe, 2010 is marked by the band’s fifth block: HELIOGABALUS. > >>> Highly acclaimed by the public and the critics, this one marks a  > >>> radical change in the band’s music. Obsessively dark and heavy, this 70  > >>> minutes monolithic piece sees RORCAL sink deeper into the abysses of sound. > >>> After touring all over Europe and working on a couple of collaborative releases, RORCAL is now ready with a brand new set entitled VILAGVEGE. You have no idea what to expect. > >>> Somewhere between Drone, Doom and Black metal, let yourself go into the bowels of the whale.

Ron
Bruno
Diogo
JP
Yonni