Blackwall: The Last Agony

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  • 7.1.20


An experienced metal act hailing from Biel-Bienne, Switzerland, Blackwall started in 2009 and underwent a series of lineup changes after their promising self-titled debut album which came out in 2010. After ten whole years, sounding more confident and high-powered than ever, the band reveal a brand new EP, the self produced and super sharp, Crown of Creation, on which they showcase in a resolute manner their apparent fondness for metalcore, as well as the Scandinavian extremes such as death metal and black metal.

The Last Agony is the EP's striking closer, a mixture between the push in Slayer's latest releases, and the intensity of Lamb of God.

The band detail the track's meaning and intent: "This song is about a person who is depressed about the imminent danger of the end of the world, that humanity is to blame and that there is not much left you can do about it. The person concerned accepts it, and then finally longs for the end, so that he eventually has some peace."

As Blackwall move their dynamic sound forward into the new decade, through this new EP they seem to justify why they were qualified to support great bands like Sepultura, Hatebreed, Sick of It All and Madball in the past.



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