Biesy Deliver A Bleak Slice Of Reality With 'Noc Lekkich Obyczajów'
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jools green
16th September 2017
Jools Green


'Noc Lekkich Obyczajów' is the debut full length from Polish Black Metal trio Biesy and it's bleak...

Oh so beautifully bleak..! In a way only a Polish band can deliver and when it's not bleak, it's intense, unrelenting and utterly dark.

Sound wise, if you are familiar with Outre or Odraza you'll notice some similarities, not surprisingly as the project was created by PR who is behind the music and lyrics with Odraza's Stawrogin on vocal duties and drum battery courtesy of MP from Outre making up this crushing trio.

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Their name, Biesy, translates to 'fiends' and is a project born out of everyday working, urban and monotonous realities, a little different from the usual Black Metal inspiration, and: "The project explores how urban concrete life can separate you from reality, but at the same time enables you to cross its borders", so it's based very much on the modern living issues faced by many people.

'Noc Lekkich Obyczajów' makes a superb, easy and hugely compelling listen. It's straightforward, despite ranging between the slow and bleak and manically insane and even though the lyrics are Polish they still convey much of the message just in the intonation of Stawrogin's angry, at times scathing, rasping vocal delivery.


Great riffs abound across the release also; complex without being over complicated but enough to keep your interest with some great off kilter elements skillfully dropped in and MP's drum work is superbly powerful and varied.

There is a decidedly progressive and experimental feel to the sound but without going too far off genre and the whole album is a superb end-to-end listen.

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Noc Lekkich Obyczajów

'Noc Lekkich Obyczajów' is very different from the usual Black Metal and is a hugely rewarding listen. It will be of great interest to fans of Ulcerate, Kriegsmachine, Outre, Immolation and Odraza and is out now via Third Eye Temple.




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