Esoteric Warfare is the fifth full-length studio album by Norwegian black metal band Mayhem. It is the band's first album with Teloch on guitar since Blasphemer 's departure from the band in The album was initially announced in a interview with the bass guitarist Necrobutcher with Blabbermouth.
Mayhem announced in November that Album) album had entered the mixing process and that they expected to release it in early On 18 Februaryit was announced that a teaser 7" single containing the track "Psywar" would be released on 25 April Corpse Of Care - Mayhem - Esoteric Warfare (Vinyl The album was recorded and mixed between September and October in The album was mastered by Maor Applebaum in the US.
He said that "my problem with this album was to write an album that would be fitting to release after 'Ordo ad Chao. According to Attila, the band wanted to make an album that "sounded like Mayhem. Every Mayhem Corpse Of Care - Mayhem - Esoteric Warfare (Vinyl has a kind of unique aspect, but we wanted Part 2 - Martin Müller / Michael Höfler / Hakim Ludin - Avenida Atlântica go back to a little bit more traditional extreme metal.
As with the previous album, the lyrics focus less on the classically Satanic themes of the band's early work, instead referring to occult and conspiracy theory concepts such as psychic powers, mind control and alien tampering with human evolution.
For instance, the song "Corpse of Care" appears to be Corpse Of Care - Mayhem - Esoteric Warfare (Vinyl direct allusion to Bohemian Grove and the Cremation of Care ceremony performed there. Robert Oppenheimer serves as the intro for the song Trinity which is also the code name assigned by Oppenheimer for the first detonation of a nuclear weapon. Like its predecessor Ordo Ad Chaothe album has some death metal sound and death grunt vocals. The album style has more blackened death metal sound than any of its predecessors.
Upon its release, Esoteric Warfare received positive reviews from music critics. At Metacriticwhich assigns a normalized rating out of to reviews from critics, the album received an average score of 69, which indicates "generally Corpse Of Care - Mayhem - Esoteric Warfare (Vinyl reviews", based on 4 reviews.
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