The result is a harsh, chaotic and schizophrenic album that gnaws on your very conscience. In a way you can compare this to the vintage black metal sound of the early nineties, when Scandinavian hordes of misfits gained attention. Much like those acts, this album is covered in a thick gloomy atmosphere, representing depression, terror, fear. and dark spirituality. In four significant themes ('Black Flame', 'Illusion', 'Death' & 'Suicide', this act drags you along their darkest thoughts and emotions.
Besides the gritty, raunchy and grim elements of black metal, there seem to be influences from a number of other genres. In 'Black Flame III - Death Is Life' and 'Illusion I - Religion' I sense elements from punk and noise rock. On other occasions flashes of hardcore or even sludge metal shine through, mainly in the fierce drums and often suffocating riffs. But the main part of this album is rancid blackened noise, which places this right into the underground cult-scene of the black metal world.
And that is probably how this album should be described: a testament of underground cult, twisted, controversial and uncompromising. Like all of Merdumgiriz' releases, each copy of 'Into The Cunt Of The Witch' CD, tape, t-shirt and patch will be made by hand in the artisanal style. Emir paints the discs, cuts and inserts the prints for the jewel case and jacket, making all non-machined parts from scratch. With that in mind, this truly is a great tribute and a must-have for fans of the deepest regions of the world of extreme music.