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I published through Createspace. This gave me full control over the process. The book is too short for a mass market novel, so I knew my chances of placing the story at a traditional publishing house were very small, no matter how good the story is. By going through Createspace, I was able to sell the book through Amazon and convert it to be sold on Kindle.
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Then it transitioned into a fictional tale. The characters took over the story and I let them have control. I was shocked with many of the turns in the plot.
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That is when writing is really fun. I took my time and wrote a little bit every night on the first draft. That was about two years ago.
Then I put the book away while I worked on something else. That way when I came back to the story, I came back with fresh eyes. I edited and took notes as I typed the second draft. But for me, metal is and likely always will be about the guitar riffs foremost, and Malice is an album which pays out this philosophy in full, from the introspective, airy rush of "Made to Suffer" through the baleful, melancholic intro of "Bleeding the Blue Flame" and the almost Western-Gothic doom that heralds "The Pentagram".
Composition has also in general taken a leap beyond their prior output. Here, the band knows how to deliver the whole package. Many songs will have nice intros that absorb the listener for the explosive rush to come during blasted sequences, and they vary up the pacing just right.
I would even go so far as to dub the album 'bold' for several of its pieces. Like the "Ad Arma Ad Arma", 14 minutes that cycles from well executed black metal to live noise sequence to some harrowing, dark ambient suffix. Or the progressive, melodic currents inherent in tracks like the titular "Malice".
The creepy intro to "The World Became Flesh". From start to finish, there is just so much more of an esoteric fiber to Malice than its predecessors, so much more experience waiting in the depths of each component, enough to reward listeners through decades. Production is pretty nice without seeming too overtly polished. For so much going on, it sounds well balanced but appreciably dark and incendiary. The guitar tone is great, and whether the band are experimenting with richer chord sequences or tremolo picking it stands out far more than the Second Spell, where it had almost no personality outside of the distortion.
The rasps are more ominous, varied and the drumming of Dirge Rep crafty enough to place him among the upper echelon of Norse percussionists. The lyrics range from average to strong, but even where they lack they can be somewhat forgiven for the music supporting them. In the end, this is a work of dense dynamics and structured turmoil which rises to the level of its peers, even if it might not have generated the same level of veneration.
It's not perfect, and perhaps all of the individual songs are not truly that memorable. But at the very least, I like this more than albums like Emperor's Anthem to the Welkin at Dusk or Enslaved's Eld, so it's a shame that folks didn't really pick up on it. The music is sorrowful, evil and malicious yet strangely beautiful at the same time. It spellbinds the listener immediately with a killer slow melodic riff in the beginning and a strong atmosphere. You almost wait for the blast beats to appear at any second but this will not happen. Instead this song treats you to an Eastern inspired chorus and some riffs that sound more traditional heavy metal than black metal.
A plus are the low raspy vocals a Gehenna trademark , which keep the evil vibe strong the whole time.
A Dirge for the Malice: Requiem Aeternam Dona Eis, Domine
The combination of a slow tempo, grim vocals and hypnotic synths in this song creates a sad and depressive feel. This was a neat surprise. I think they should have made this part a few bars longer. I think its purpose is to portray the chaos of a post-nuclear war world. At the final metal part of the song starts and this part ends with a huge explosion. The title track is interesting in that the vocals are mixed very low. There are lyrics for this track in the booklet but I cannot tell if they actually sing the lyrics or not, as the vocals sound like distant demonic calls from the beyond.
He is the god of malice, spite, schadenfreude and generally of being a dick to everyone for its own sake. Now think, where have you seen people like this? You're looking at that place.
Internet trolls, those who would wreck the works of others just to see the anguish it would cause. The motto of Malal should be "You mad, bro? Cake Day. Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. Everyone likes to ask "Why serve Nurgle?