In 2019, french black metal revolutionaries Deathspell Omega were at the heart of controversy following the release of The Furnaces of Palingenesia. The satirical “1984 on crack” album divided the metal community. Likely featuring the controversial Mikko Aspa on vocals, many assumed some truth in the content of the album. In this episode of Looking Back, we take a closer look at this divisive album to discover that political affiliations are the exact opposite of what Furnaces… is about.
This video was a lot of fun to make, since I enjoy creating substantial content. I tried a lot of new things in this video and I enjoy pushing myself and learning. However, it will probably stay the only video of this kind for the forseeable future. I missed out on making a lot of other videos due to working on this one.