In Nomine Dei Nostris

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IN NOMINE DEI NOSTRIS

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A MONTHLY COLUMN WRITTEN BY PRARTHANA VENUNATHAN

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Hails and welcome to the first digi-mag edition of In Nomine Dei Nostris, which translated means ‘In The Name Of’. Here, I aim to understand, explore and bring to you the obscure, cryptic and hidden wonders of extreme music. This genre represents much more than what meets the eye, or the ears; it is, in many ways, a portal to the taboo, or that which is misunderstood. This week, the focus of my article came to me during a pronunciation lesson I was doing (I’m an English teacher by profession). Indeed music is a language in itself, but it is a one that uses other languages as a medium to convey the beliefs and thoughts of bands and musicians.

However, it isn’t just any lingua franca that holds my attention, but those of an ancient kind. There is something so captivating about the sounds of Latin, Sanskrit or Aramaic, Greek and even Gaelic. These were the means of communication and expression thousands of years ago, exhibiting speech that is so rhythmic, raw and hypnotic. That being said, the primeval beauty of these tongues coupled with the power of metal is nothing short of mind-blowing. Consider black metal riffs interwoven with ancient liturgical chants in Latin, or blast beats guiding the drone of an old mantra in Sanskrit. In a way and certainly with a select few bands, it is as if you are delving deep into a history lesson, but in a way you have ever learned before.

I’d like to take this time to tell you, some of the bands that have really brought out the importance of languages from the past through their music, combining both to create pieces of art that will have you hooked from beginning to end.

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Salem (Israel) – Al Taster

Language: Old Hebrew

 

Hebrew is a language that has always fascinated me with it’s abrupt sounds and it’s importance in both religion and history. Although I’m not entirely sure whether the Hebrew used by Israeli metal band Salem, in this track is of an Ancient or Modern nature (it has been taken from the Psalms so I’m guessing it is older), I marvel at how they’ve seamlessly used such a difficult language and combined it with metal. On discovery of Salem, I listened to them just as I would with any other new band; but when I came across this track in particular I realized that it wasn’t English. Hailing from Giv’atayim, Israel, Salem has actually been around since the mid-1980’s and is the first extreme/black metal band to come out of the country.

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Dying Out Flame (Nepal) – Shiva Rudrastakam

Language: Sanskrit

From Nepal come the powerful chants and Vedic sounds of Dying Out Flame, a band that inculcates one of the oldest known languages in the world, Sanskrit. A significant aspect of the lyrical content is the use of ancient stotrams and mantras from religious texts, ones that are used in Hindu rituals to invoke the spirit of the Gods. In the case of these Nepalese metallers, they headbang and shred relentlessly as an ode to Lord Shiva, the Destroyer. Playing primarily death metal, the band also add to the uniqueness of their sound by using traditional instruments, thus creating a style that is otherworldy, majestic and absolutely intense.

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Amocualli (Mexico) – Ntikaa

Language: Mayan

The Aztec and Mayan civilizations will always remain an important part of the ancient world. The raw, primal and spiritual persona of these cultures are unmatched and brought to life by bands such as Amocualli from Mexico, who consider themselves a pre-Hispanic black/folk metal band.

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Black Kirin (China) – Death Contract

Language: Ancient Chinese

Melodeath and folk metal is a beautiful combination, but becomes even more so when the heavy melodies are growled in Ancient Chinese and the tracks carried by an enchanting Oriental vibe. Black Kirin from China deliver a musical treat for the senses with their historically-themed lyrics and the plentiful use of folk instrumentation.They bring together an array of sounds and make it work perfectly. Quite frankly, Black Kirin have chosen the right path to venture on, as it isn’t everyday that you hear Chinese whistles, Opera-singing and the like flowing smoothly alongside the fierce harsh vocals and hectic double bass fury.

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Kawir (Greece) – Hymn to Winds

Language: Ancient Greek

Said to be one of the pioneers of extreme metal from Greece, Kawir bring a strong blend of extreme and black metal music. Much like their contemporaries in Rotting Christ, the band pay ode to their native language, on a number of their tracks, combining this with the use of many stories from Greek mythos.

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Jambinai ( South Korea) – They Keep Silence

Language: South Korean

This particular band has been one of my favourite discoveries from 2016, especially the memory of seeing them live at Hellfest. Jambinai hail from South Korea, another country that has an age-old culture and language but one that we often look past due to it’s passion for pop culture, similar to Japan in that way. South Korean is certainly not as old as some of the other languages on this list but I felt the need to give this band a mention, especially considering the fact that they use traditional instruments such as the Geomungo and the Haegum. The weird mix of post-rock with noise, metal and folk elements may sound a bit odd at first, but trust me when I saw, what it builds up to be, is absolutely stunning. Of course, most of the vocals are in South Korean.

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Taake (Norway) – Hordaland Doedskvad

Language: Norwegian

There is no way I was leaving the legendary Taake and Hoest out of this edition. One of the best black metal bands in the scene, these veterans have been obliterating ear drums and shattering craniums since before you were born (certainly well before I was anyway). Taake are a straightforward, no-bullshit band, plain and simple. They sing in Norwegian and command the attention of those present in front of them, even those who are just listening. Being quite a controversial band with edgy, extremely blasphemous lyrics and Hoest stirring up a fair bit of scandalous statements over the years, the band still remain to be royalty in their genre, powerfully delivering up the rawest, most grim black metal tracks you’ll ever hear. Personally, the fact that they use their native language throughout is evidence of the respect they have for cultural heritage and Norway, is a strong point.

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In Extremo (Germany) – Omnia Sol Temperat

Language: German

In Extremo have always been a change of pace to listen to with their neo-medieval metal tunes, keeping in line with the entertaining and fun elements of folk music but with a heavy twist, bringing something different to the metal scene. This particular is possibly the only one they’ve done in Latin but it’s not in the Wiccan, ritualistic style you’d expect Latin to be used in a metal track. It’s certainly one that you can sing and dance along to. While this is just one of a few metal songs whose lyrics are in one of the oldest languages in the world, most other songs such as those by Rotting Christ or even Nemesea see the use of excerpts of Latin but not a whole composition. Nonetheless, whether it is two words or two verses, there is no doubt that it adds a certain elegance to even the most haunting songs.

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Misþyrming (Iceland) – Ég byggði dyr í eyðimörkinni

Language: Icelandic

Where else, but from the eerie depths of Iceland, come the dark and dissonant layers of Misþyrming’s black metal, bringing forth the majesty of the Icelandic language. A descendant of Old Norse and an important member of the Germanic family, Icelandic dates back to the 12th century and has always caught my attention with it’s poetic tones.

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Cruachan (Ireland) – Oro Se Do Bheatha Abhaile

Language – Irish

Folk metal is always a favourite but not many have the boisterous charm of Cruachan, the Irishmen who take immense pride in their Celtic heritage and folklore. Much like their counterparts Primordial, Cruachan bring together the primeval wonders of the Celtic world through old jigs, folk instrumentation as well as tales and myths of their land.

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