Jul 222019
 

 

On July 5th Transcending Obscurity Records released the second album by the Spanish death/doom band Hex, the defiant title of which is God Has No Name. In June we presented the premiere of the album’s second advance track, “All Those Lies That Dwells…”, and today it’s our pleasure to present an official music video for the album’s fifth track in the running order, “Where Gods Shall Not Reign“.

At the time of our previous premiere we observed that the musical approach of Hex is different from many bands who have been branded with the death/doom label. Rather than craggy, lumbering, and crushing, the music of Hex tends to be more animated, more exotic, and more surprising. The gloominess of doom does rear its head, albeit in unexpected ways, but Hex are just as liable to attack with frightening ferocity. The song that’s today’s focus reveals many facets of the band’s variable style of extremity — and the dark, beautifully made video is just as sinister and supernatural as elements of the music. Continue reading »

Jun 052019
 

 

On July 5th Transcending Obscurity Records will release the second album by the Spanish death/doom band Hex, the defiant title of which is God Has No Name, and today we present the premiere of the album’s second advance track, “All Those Lies That Dwells…

As you’ll discover from the song we’re bringing you today, as well as from the previously released opening song on the album (“Thy Kingdom Gone“), the musical approach of Hex is different from many bands who have been branded with the death/doom label. Rather than craggy, lumbering, and crushing, the music of Hex tends to be more animated, more exotic, and more surprising. This new song, for example, is downright ferocious, though the gloom of doom does rear its head, albeit in unexpected ways. Continue reading »