After reading it, agreeing or disagreeing, time to actually listen to the band - "band" for lack of a better word, as it's not known who, or what, is doing this. Or what this is. Black metal it is not (if Necrocracy can say what is or isn't black metal, so can we). Really, everyone should by now know that "black metal is the forest calling" and has little to do with invented cults, huge tattooed guys or noise sounding like broken stereo or industrial equipment made by humans (but Necrocracy definitely get bonus points for making the reviewer check if something went wrong with his headphone amplifier). Real life and the Universe are hostile enough and beautiful enough even without that. Most of the 15 minutes on display here are listenable. Not extreme, not too scary, a little annoying (children screaming as they are getting killed), a bit synthetic, but it's listenable noise. Rumbling, low-end noise. Subliminal messages, more or less audible. Distant sounds of burial chambers. Mass genocide. All that good stuff. But not much of the other good stuff, involvement, transcendence or anything you could relate to. If each of the six songs was 15 minutes long and better developed, maybe. Maybe not. But it's still easy to imagine Veneration of Genocide breaking someone's connection to reality. It's just that the connection in question has to be a very frayed one already.
Source - Funereal Drone