Out of the gates, Teloch Vovin’s latest track, “When Madness Tastes Like Love,” sounds like something you’d hear in a sci-fi flick, then it quickly takes a turn toward a blood-curdling Satanic chant. And that’s exactly how it should sound coming from the New York coven of blackness.
Check out “When Madness Tastes Like Love” on their Bandcamp page.
The track comes from Teloch Vovin’s Psalms Ov Khaos singles series, which intends to extend and shed black light upon the more electronic and ambient instrumentation and ritualistic elements which are typically only slightly present in the band’s death-influenced occult black metal.
The series began on the 2015 Winter Solstice with “Orobas Invocato,” and continues with this seasonal merge as the band releases “When Madness Tastes Like Love,” with additional psalms to be issued on the Summer Solstice, Fall Equinox, Winter Solstice, and onward. The pattern will repeat for eleven individual Psalms; once each is released, Teloch Vovin will amass the works onto a physical package, which will include individual pieces of art work for each psalm for a disorientating dance with divine madness.
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The concept of the Psalms Ov Khaos tracks are independent of the main theme entwined within the two full-lengths the band is currently working on, as the albums focus on the black metal aspects of the band intertwined with black ambience, and the psalms solely highlight the ceremonial, ambient aspects.
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