In my Shiver is an experimental black metal/shoegaze band from Camerino, Italy with conceptual themes about the loneliness and sadness of modern life, cityscapes, and a critique of the dominant culture. In 2009 In my Shiver released their debut album “Black Seasons” through Solitude and Despair Music in South Korea and now they present their follow-up album “Delicate Poison.” Combining oppressive and ferocious black metal with melancholic modern depressive rock, In My Shiver blends these sounds to create an unrelenting modern depressive classic with amazing riffs and melodies. In particular In my Shiver utilizes dissonant chord structures to create an uncomfortable and claustrophobic atmosphere and has a strong ability in using contrasts throughout the album which is only heightened by a professional sound quality, strong musicianship, and a diverse vocal performance. This album will appeal to fans of post-black metal, and 80’s rock/electronic music, and in particular fans of Katatonia, Solefald, and early-Ulver.
In my oppressive way
the dreams are so distant.
Tormented, this is my tone.
I ride the cold street,
black smog invade my distant eyes.
Grass threads on your hair,
remember me distant landscapes.
Now the skin it's to old.
My senses can't reborn.
As a river we are going in indefinite point.
We march over the gray line,
this is the border of nothing,
the only light is the gray light.
Can I live this feeling?
Can you die for this feeling?
Only enslaved from the unreal colours!
We hate, we trust, we are gray.
Nothing now it's human,
sounds, perfumes, memories,
all dragged in unique purpose;
Cancel the light!
from Delicate Poison,
track released January 17, 2014
MKh979 - Vocals, Lyrics, Drums
Asha - Guitar
Lux Occulta - Bass
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as a black metal fan that also is listening to noise industrial I have to suggest you guys to follow the industrial path. this is much better than the rest.
reminds me of somatic responses with a touch of converter. ov-sorrow