As with the review of Necrocracy's 2013 release, you are advised to visit their website before listening to this, 2014 one, too. Here: https://www.facebook.com/qliphoticnoisecult. Read all about it. Satanism and black metal, of the only acceptable kind - Necrocracy's kind. Nothing wrong with that, of course. It's the way it's supposed to be. Individualism. Going against all the silly norms in all the silly societies in all the world. By making noise. Obviously made by humans grown up in an urban environment - which is not much black metal, really, but okay, we have enough space and attention for anyone who is nihilistic enough in their own way.
Speaking of the sound (or, call it music and see if anyone cares), it's a relief to hear some progress from the first one. The Inevitable March Towards Oblivion actually sounds like a march with some deceptive progress - it's still white noise and not much else apart from pulsating rhythm, but it serves a purpose. The title track... OK. Sound of blacking out, but too digital. Since we're not machines, let's say it's probably a sound of machines slaughtering humanity. Which probably opens some questions concerning Necrocracy's agenda. But since the next one consists of quite the same cracking noise and distant screams trying to get through, maybe the only agenda Necrocracy have is the one on their website, not the one in their music. The last, fourth, track, is just screams and reverb. Interesting maybe for someone who has never heard anything like it before (yawn). But why would you care about the screamer? You're not torturing him, you're not the tortured, and for all you know he probably deserved it.
So, basically, nothing. Nihilism. So much of nothing that you probably won't bother listening to Death of All is The Only Hope For Peace twice. Or even once. But if you do, there's a consolation - it may be nothing, but do you see how many words it made this reviewer write? So it has to be good for something. Talking nonsense about it. Although it's not sure that's what Necrocracy had in mind.
Source - Funereal Drone