Łódź-based horde Doomster Reich return with a fourth release, after The League For Mental Distillation (2014, The End Of Time Records, http://www.concreteweb.be/reviews/doomster-reich), Let Us Fall (originally independently released, then re-issued in 2015 by The End Of Time Records; see http://www.concreteweb.be/reviews/doomster-reich-0), and the EP Seven Seals (2017, s
Doomster Reich are an act from the city of Łódź (located in the centre of Poland, about 140 kilometres South-West of capital city Warsaw), which were formed in 2012. They did release a first album in 2014, called The League For Mental Distillation, which I wasn’t that enormously enthusiastic about. Yet then again, I noticed a certain potentiality, despite leaving me unsatisfied. I did describe it like ‘The intentions, the ideas, are interesting; the final execution, unfortunately, is not - or at least: not yet.
From time to time, we do receive material ‘out of the black’, or ‘the blue’ if you want to, and such thing is this album, by a Polish act I had never heard of before. Apparently, Doomster Reich were formed at the end of 2011 in Lodz, and as a quartet (Rasz- v, d; Markiz-g; Voytek-g; and Radek-b) they recorded this album at the very end on 2012 at the (for me unknown) Pawel Drozd’s Studio.