comprised of W. Malphas (guitars, drums, vocals) and A.
Baal (bass), INCONCESSUS LUX LUCIS offer a very personal
take on occult/satanic black metal by embracing the
fierce aggressiveness of 80's metal and the formidable
grooves of 70's hard rock. The result is what the band
calls Saturnian Black Magic; metal in its purest and
most creative form.
LUX LUCIS should be perceived as a fissure in this
reality, through which the night can freely creep. We
are smugglers of spiritual contraband!" exclaims
singer/guitarist W. Malphas.
"There are beautiful and
cunning forces at work, lurking behind the hollow veil
that we call the material world," he explains. "Beings that abhor these
fleshy husks we walk around in so arrogantly, beings
that love to shriek mockingly at the absurdity of the
human race’s mass delusion.
We’ve been unwillingly
thrust into god’s image, wherein lies the inherent
belief that we too must perceive ourselves as some
fragile, fearful ego, housed in clay, as something
separate from the ageless and limitless beauty of the
a well received debut titled "Disintegration: Psalms Of
Veneration For The Nefarious Elite" on Nomos Dei
Productions, INCONCESSUS LUX LUCIS release the "Crux
Lupus Corona" EP, inspired by the eponymous
constellations and the occult significances they imply.
music on this EP is our most varied yet," says Malphas.
"In its spirit, I suppose this is best defined as black
metal due to the intent behind it, however, I curse
anyone who decides to scorn this work because it doesn’t
fit their worthless, restrictive ideas of what black
metal should sound like."
Crux Lupus Corona
(I, Voidhanger Records - 2014)
Disintegration: Psalms Of Veneration For The Nefarious
(Nomos Dei - 2014)
Severed From Sephiroth
(Nomos Dei - 2012)
Part 1: The Awakening Of Him
(Self released - 2009)