ALTAR OF PLAGUES
Atmospheric Black Metal • Ireland

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Irish act Altar of Plagues was formed in 2006. Terms that are most frequently used to describe their sound include black metal, ambient and progressive or post metal, though it seems no one description can sum up the acts massive sound. The act themselves consider black metal to be the genre to which they are most attached, but on the contrary they have also been quoted to take influence from acts as diverse as Emperor, Bjork, and Arvo Pärt

The bands untraditional aesthetic and approach to their music has led to Altar of Plagues appealing to a wide variety of listeners and this may be seen by the diverse range of acts Altar of Plagues have toured with, including Isis and Mayhem, as well as having appeared at festivals that focus on ‘extreme’ metal and festivals that encourage experimentation and diversity.

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.. Album Cover 4.00 | 8 ratings
White Tomb
Atmospheric Black Metal 2009
.. Album Cover 4.15 | 8 ratings
Mammal
Atmospheric Black Metal 2011
.. Album Cover 3.78 | 8 ratings
Teethed Glory and Injury
Atmospheric Black Metal 2013

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.. Album Cover 3.00 | 1 ratings
Through the Cracks of the Earth
Atmospheric Black Metal 2007
.. Album Cover 4.22 | 3 ratings
Sol
Atmospheric Black Metal 2008
.. Album Cover 3.50 | 4 ratings
Tides
Atmospheric Black Metal 2010
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Year of No Light / Altar of Plagues
Atmospheric Black Metal 2012

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First Plague
Atmospheric Black Metal 2006

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ALTAR OF PLAGUES Teethed Glory and Injury

Album · 2013 · Atmospheric Black Metal
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Conor Fynes
'Teethed Glory And Injury' - Altar of Plagues (9/10)

Earlier today, I received word that the Irish black metal trio Altar of Plagues have decided to part ways. While it's hopeful and certainly conceivable that we'll be hearing work from these musicians under different guises in the future, it seems a very meaningful time for this project to have collapsed. Many bands may cling onto past glories long after the fire has gone out, Altar of Plagues have called it quits at the peak of their success which, from where I'm standing, seems to be the next best thing to dying at 27. Considering the band was little more than a bedroom project six years ago, it's pretty incredible to see what Altar of Plagues have managed to achieve since then; with one of my all-time black metal favourites (2011's "Mammal") counting among their accomplishments. Always playing with one foot in the ring and one foot outside, it's fitting that Altar of Plagues' tentative swansong be such an anomaly. In a genre and 'scene' that unfortunately tends to value tradition over fresh perspective, it's no wonder that "Teethed Glory And Injury" has spurned its own minor controversy in the underground. The fusion of black metal with post rock or industrial music has been done before, but rarely has the blend sounded so seamlessly. Black metal is but one of a number of forces working within the album's framework, and it's sure to spit out any listener looking for a more clearcut musical experience. This sort of atmospheric experimentalism tends to fire blanks most of the time, and that's all the more reason for Altar of Plagues' third album to have impressed me so much. There are so many risks the band have taken with Teethed Glory And Injury", and it's no small victory to have it all come together so powerfully. A gorgeous soundtrack to the end of Altar of Plagues, and the rest of the world.

From the atypical cover alone, it should be clear to almost everyone that Altar of Plagues are beyond the traditional scope of black metal. Of course, to those with the fortune to have heard their work before this, this should not come as any surprise; "White Tomb" was a remarkable, monolithic slab of atmospheric black metal, and the near-perfect "Mammal" took the band's sound closer to the realms of Isis moreso than anything. With "Teethed Glory And Injury", it feels like Altar of Plagues have found a truly unique niche within black metal. Comparisons can still be made with next-wave black metal contemporaries like Wolves in the Throne Room and Fen, and some of the post-metal veterans, but with Altar of Plagues' introduction of drone and noise, their sound has become that much more exact. Perhaps even more notably is the fact that "Teethed Glory..." represents the first time on a full-length where the band has not pursued the longer song structures that defined "White Tomb" and "Mammal". The meticulous repetition so typical of atmospheric black metal is largely removed from Altar of Plagues' musical formula, instead replaced by a much more chaotic, unpredictable ebb-and-flow style of composition.

Rather than fleshing out a few ideas into monstrously looming pieces, Altar of Plagues have condensed musical thoughts aplenty into a relatively tight space. One minute, the album may lull into a deceptively soothing piece of ambience, but its sonic opposite is usually soon to follow. This is not to say that "Teethed Glory And Injury" sounds patchy and aimless, although I would not be surprised if some listeners perceive it that way. Unlike the rest of Altar of Plagues' oeuvre, these tracks cannot function without their context. They lack the self-contained focus to be considered 'songs', and are rather pieces of an overlying puzzle. While some listeners may have anticipated a less challenging experience from the shorter song lengths, "Teethed Glory And Injury" requires a great deal more of the listener's attention than in works past. Suffice to say, there are far more surprises to be had on the album.

Altar of Plagues have seemingly mastered the ability to balance a primitive, noisy production with the meticulous calculation and grace of an auteur. The soundscape is not wildly dense or detailed, but there are more than enough nooks in the band's studio product to properly reward an attentive listener. The composition does not require a virtuosic grade of musicianship, but the atmosphere benefits from the band's healthy knowledge of dynamic. The guitars are sludgier than listeners will have come to expect from black metal, and they pack a greater punch as a result. While vocals have never been a particularly major element of Altar of Plagues' music, "Teethed Glory And Injury" has revealed an emotional depth and range to the band's vocal arsenal that adds an intense sense of passion to the music. A solid mixture of mid-register growls and traditional rasps make up the mainstay of the vocals, but there are moments here (particularly on the album's first emotional highlight "Burnt Year") where the vocals ascend to a near-inhuman howl. Overtop a melodic-yet- aggressive rupture of guitars, the resulting feeling is enormously cathartic. Clean vocals are less common, but are still used wonderfully to help accentuate some of the album's more soothing moments.

"Teethed Glory And Injury" shows a band taking many risks, and having little regard for the preconceived constraints for the genre they're considered part of. From where I'm standing, that's a cause for respect. To hear a band successfully reinvent a style in their own image is quite a sight to behold, and not something I've too often heard in black metal. It's too early to see if Altar of Plagues' third and final album will have the same lasting emotional resonance that "Mammal" had for me, but it's a healthy possibility. Criticisms of the album feeling patchy and lacking structure stand to reason, but it's that freedom from constraint that makes "Teethed Glory And Injury" such a bloody fascinating listen. I will reserve hopes that the band will eventually decide to get back together, but if that doesn't happen, I can't think of a better note for Altar of Plagues to have ended on.

ALTAR OF PLAGUES Mammal

Album · 2011 · Atmospheric Black Metal
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7/10

“Mammal” is an innovative, brave, experimental, and extremely gloomy piece of music.

Altar of Plagues have been a pretty obscure Atmospheric Black Metal band until the release “Mammal” came out, and people started knotting heads in pleasure, or more accurately, started paying attention, very closely, to the music. This latest release might not be the most groundbreaking album of Black Metal, but it certainly is innovative, brave, experimental, and finally, extremely dim.

These musicians aren’t exactly experienced, as a matter of fact there are pretty new to the music scene, coming from a place where isolation among musicians is frequent, Ireland. They are obviously a new band, and its great to hear that. But what is also obvious are the influences from old, famous Atmospheric Black Metal bands such as Burzum, but also from Blackgaze acts that have been getting very popular over the last few years. Altar Of Plagues are a band that can create atmosphere like only a few BM bands can: it can be utterly grim, at times even minimalistic, but then they would explode into a gloomy hook, featuring hammering drums, painful, emotional shrieking vocals, and a surprisingly well produced sound. Post-Rock influences are noticeable in more than a few spots, using interesting samples, some synthesizers to make some ambience, and unusual instrumentation in the eerier moments.

As I mentioned, “Mammal” is an extremely dreary, visceral, dark album, with tons of themes such as death and helplessness echoing like crazy all over the place. It would have been even more effective, though, if the four long tracks were more consistent and somewhat memorable: nothing can be said however about the 18 minute opener “Neptune Is Dead”, the most complete, emotional, brutal, but also most beautiful track, with multiple moods that constantly morph, always with the nastiest attitude. “Feather And Bone” and “All Life Converges To Some Center” have certainly their moments but are at some times inconsistent and I just am not crazy about them in some points, despite being good songs. But the third track, “When The Sun Drowns Into The Ocean”, is an impressive piece of art, a reminiscent, instrumental, eight minute post-rock track that is tense as well and extremely experimental, other than having a quite unusual flow.

“Mammal” is a really enjoyable LP that ought to bring Altar Of Plagues onto a whole new level. Another gem of metal music in 2011, I know that I’ll be looking forward to what this band does next and what they just did, at the end of the year when listing the top metal albums.

ALTAR OF PLAGUES White Tomb

Album · 2009 · Atmospheric Black Metal
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Conor Fynes
'White Tomb' - Altar Of Plagues (8/10)

Looking into the numerous EPs by what might be called Ireland's response to Wolves In The Throne Room, Altar Of Plagues' debut full-length 'White Tomb' had some high expectations from me before going into it. After having heard great acclaim concerning the band's fifty minute opus as well as some positive experiences with the band's dynamic take on post-black metal, the bar was set fairly high, and although I haven't found myself entirely blown away by everything the record has to offer, Altar Of Plagues does deliver here. Divided into four winding pieces of experimental and highly atmospheric black metal, 'White Tomb' takes a while to get into, but it has been a journey worth taking.

Altar Of Plagues first came across my radar as being just another one of those black metal bands that throws a few post-rock elements into their music, then calls it a day. Their extended play 'Sol' really changed that few I had though; hearing ample doses of melody and powerful songwriting style really set the band apart from the typical 'grim' black metal act. 'White Tomb' follows this sound up quite well, but tends to drag the compositions out, giving them much more time to build and muster. With soundscapes thrown into the middle of the tracks that sometimes last for several minutes, there is a great bit of dynamic and rest from the heavier parts.

Although there is good reason for Altar Of Plagues to fall underneath the 'black metal' label, a fair amount of has more to do with post-rock than anything else. Often the band will gradually switch between harsh tremolo picking, vocal rasps and blast beats into a soothing flanger of guitars. The transitions are handled fairly smoothly, although it may have been nice to hear a little more combination of the two, instead of keeping the sounds distinct and separate. Of the two styles, I find myself more drawn towards the darker, heavier aspect of Altar Of Plagues; they really manage to take what I previously thought was a dying style and play it with passion. The post-rock elements are fairly minimalistic and take a while longer to warm up to, and it can feel like some of the build ups go on for too long, without enough of a pay-off to warrant it.

Parts of 'White Tomb' certainly tread into the realm of dark ambient, so should one be looking out for a record that keeps the energy high, be forewarned. The album has impressed me as an incredibly dynamic and atmospheric piece of black metal however, surely putting Ireland on the map for this particular style of extreme metal.

ALTAR OF PLAGUES Through the Cracks of the Earth

EP · 2007 · Atmospheric Black Metal
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Conor Fynes
'Through The Cracks Of The Earth' - Altar Of Plagues (6/10)

The first official EP of the Irish black metal group Altar Of Plagues, 'Through The Cracks Of The Earth' shows the band at a less refined stage than their later productions, naturally. Despite this, the band's sound is already very identifiable, and the trademark sludgy tone of the music swings heavily here. Making good use of dynamic and unexpected elements, Altar Of Plagues makes a good first real bout here, but in comparison with their later work, the band had not yet fully developed a grasp on their style.

While there are five tracks here, there are only three technical songs; the two remainders being aesthetic supplements to the main bodies of work. After a fairly unremarkable- dare I say, boring- introduction, the band leaps into the first track, 'I Am The Offering'. Immediately, the listener is beaten down with a barrage of black metal fundamentals (blastbeats, tremolo picking) although the vocals are quite a bit growlier than the usual blackened serving. While the song flows with intention, the musicianship and performance doesn't feel quite as tight as it could be, although the ferocity is kept intact. Where the EP really shines however, is during the lighter portions of the music, where the band is allowed to build up complex instrumental arrangements. 'Cast To The Seas' shows the lighter side of Altar Of Plagues in it's best element, making excellent use of cello in a very dark interlude piece. The two final songs are much more based in an instrumental format than 'I Am The Offering', and as a result, make up the real highlight of the album.

While Altar Of Plagues would do much better for themselves with their second EP 'Sol', 'Through The Cracks Of The Earth' is quite a good dose of black metal from the Emerald Isle.

ALTAR OF PLAGUES Mammal

Album · 2011 · Atmospheric Black Metal
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Conor Fynes
'Mammal' - Altar Of Plagues (9/10)

Unless you are into the black metal or post-rock scenes, there's a good chance you may not have yet heard of this band from the rainy Irish isle. In 2009, a trio called Altar of Plagues released their debut album 'White Tomb', which has since gone on to become something of an underground classic for its startling atmosphere, textures and epic take on the black metal style. As can even be heard from each EP, Altar of Plagues continues to take their ambitious style of metal onward, constantly modifying, refining, and emphasizing aspects of their sound. As one would might have been led to believe anyway, Altar of Plague's eagerly awaited sophomore record 'Mammal' takes the band another step in the right direction, finally pushing them to becoming one of the greatest acts the contemporary black or post- metal realms have to offer. While there is bound to be heated debate concerning whether or not this second album is any 'better' than the first, Altar of Plagues does give the impression that they seek to topple everything they have done in the past with 'Mammal', and while this might be argued by some, the band has found their first masterpiece with this one.

Like 'White Tomb', 'Mammal' is around fifty minutes long, broken into four long compositions, with a somewhat shorter third track. One can only assume that this similarity is intentional, and it seems as if the band seeks to right some wrongs they had with their first album. There is obviously a sense of continuity here where 'White Tomb' left off, but 'Mammal' is certainly more than some half-witting sequel. Instead, Altar of Plagues has taken many of the issues I had with their debut and touched them up, giving a more intentioned feel to each texture and sound. Also, the less abrasive post-rock and ambient passages here have been given more depth to them in terms of sound and timbre. Maybe the greatest improvement heard on 'Mammal' though is the production, which is still going to cross most people as being raw as hell, but there is an added vastness to the sound here that helps the instruments leap out of their shells. Of particular note, percussionist Johnny King really seems to have stepped up his game here, switching from jazzy cymbal worship to some of the most aggressive drum barrages I have ever heard, seemingly without any effort at all.

Ironically, the thing that seems to have experienced the least amount of development is the songwriting and compositions themselves. The style of Altar of Plagues is left fairly untouched, but that does not rob 'Mammal' of any power. The band plays an epic style of post-metal that generally relies on the systematic repetition and buildup of ideas, dynamic between abrasive black metal and post-rock, and interspersed sections of ambient noise. The music is kept within a very dark mood throughout, but it is never malefic in nature, rather instead a musical exploration of human woe. The balance between the band's three big compositional elements (black metal, post-rock, soundscapes) is done in such a way that each gear of sound compliments the other as they shift. By the end of the record, there is the overbearing sense that these dark emotions have been unraveled and set on display. Suffice to say, there is no surprise why the music of Altar of Plagues has been described as a 'soundtrack to the apocalypse'.

'Mammal' may not completely overshadow its predecessor in every way, but for the first time, I am getting the impression from the band that they have largely reached their potential as an act, as is evident from the equally moving moments of heaviness and lighter arrangement. With the runt of the litter here still being a relatively long eight minutes though, there's plenty of indication that 'Mammal' is not an album that will instantly charm with certainty. Rather- much like a sunrise- the brilliance of Altar of Plagues shines clearly over time.

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