The band hails from Poland and was formed in 2014. That's about all we know, since the band members chose to remain anonymous. Obviously, that anonymity adds a lot to the mystique surrounding this band and makes them something obscure, thus credible. So let's delve a little deeper into the eerie sounds they have created, because that's all that seems to matter for this band.
The music on this album is a chaotic and brutal blend of black and death metal which reminds me a bit of acts like Bölzer and Dead Congregation. It also reminds me of beginning death metal bands, to be honest. You know, a bunch of young musicians crawling into a rehearsal studio and coming out with a first collection of what they're capable of. A lot of times those first demos, of which the band members are extremely proud, aren't really highlights, more of a 'well-done'.
Yet, as sometimes happen with these young bands, the listener can sense that something is there, a flash of genius and certainly a strong will to do things differently, to not go with the flow. That is definitely the case here, non-typical riffs, elements of sludge and psychedelic rock, blast beats over slow riffs and bizarre passages that will hunt your dreams. This album is full of surprises.
With all of that in mind, I can certainly recommend checking out this album if you are into experimental blackened death metal. This is something unique (but still a punishing slab of metallic noise to the untrained ear). It makes me curious towards the future of Kult Mogil and I hope they will lift the veil of anonymity a bit in order to takes this think on the road. I'd definitely want to see this live.