First of all this is not the first time that I have mentioned Mor, I mentioned them when I was working on the report from The Stone concert (here is a link).
Mor have released their latest album in December 2014 for the Serbian label Odmetnik and title of this album is Lutanja sakatoga bespucima Samsare (Wanderings of the Crippled One Through Moors of Samsara). On CD there are 7 songs, all equal to quality and lyric depth. As I said in my report Mor are an amazingly energetic band and I am seriously honoured with the CD they sent me .
All songs on the album are in Serbian language, but their CD comes with an amazing 16-page booklet with lyrics and translations in English included, so that people can understand .
The lyrics are deep and powerful and are about death, suffering, darkness, atheism.
While listening to Mor album I had this special feeling of sadness and aggression and I don't know why but the sixth song on the album “Bog bivstvuje jedino u hramu” (God Subsists Only in the Temple) attracts me the most, because of its energy as well as its sound.
I would say that the sound is influenced by bands such as Blaze of Perdition, Mgła, Lucifugum and early Samael and made in an already established style of introvert, monastic black metal of their own and as such I can conclude that this album is more mature and stronger than the previous one Hram krvi.
In my opinion, this is an album that all black metal fans should definitely have in their collection.
Title: Lutanja sakatoga bespucima Samsare (Wanderings of the Crippled One Through Moors of Samsara). Release date: December 31 2014 on Odmetnik.
1.Mrtva voda (Dead Water)
2.Alkohol u surogat krvi (Alcohol in Blood Surrogate)
3.Zrenje jada (Ripening of Misery)
5.Ronilac u zemlju (Earth Diver)
6.Bog bivstvuje jedino u hramu (God Subsists Only in the Temple)
7.Crni jarac, bela vrana (Black Goat, White Crow)
L: Bass, Keyboards
Starac: Guitars, Vocals
Text by Dragana