Power of Metal.dk Review

Silencing Machine
Style: Black Metal
Release date: 30 July, 2012
Playing time: 59:43

The opportunity to get a listen at Nachtmystium's releases is not foreign to Power of Metal's crew. Being the one who's followed the prolific band's
achievements for some years, I can talk of a band with perseverance at following their musical roots and ideals and consistance in creation.

Silencing Machine, the band's may be the most intense, well-balanced record in Nachtmystium's discography.
It's heavy as lead, majestetic as night. Surely it can bear its title with pride.
Conceptual writing and reflection is in place this time too.
Originality talking, this release shows a new face of Nachtmystium, more settled in their art than ever. Nachtmystium's Golden Age may have come with this release.

Through Silencing Machine, Nachtmystium show the meaning of their name.

NB: World tour with Aborted, Napalm Death, Marduk starting now!
Check the dates on

01. Dawn over the Ruins of Jerusalem
02. Silencing Machine
03. And I control you
04. The Lepers of Destitution
05. Borrowed Hope of broken Dreams
06. I wait in Hell
07. Decimation, Annihilation
08. Reduced to Ashes
09. Give me the Grave
10. These Rooms in which we weep
Label: Century Media
Distribution: EMI (Denmark)
Reviewed by: LyM
Date: 31 December, 2012
Website: www.myspace.com/nachtmystium