Aparthiva Raktadhara are a trio from the deep underground of Kolkota, India. Like their compatriots and labelmates, Tetrgrammacide, Aparthiva Raktadhara conjure a swarming pestilential maelstrom of nuclear black death violence.
On Agyat Ishvar, their debut, what sets the trio apart from the rest of the deadly forces of the burgeoning Indian underground is a proclivity for maintaining a shockingly over-the-top yet organic approach to their music. Beneath the noxious atmosphere, Aparthiva Raktadhara almost sound like Conqueror worship. But to call Aparthiva Raktadhara’s style mere war metal would be a facile dishonor to their sound. These are the sounds of war, no doubt, but this rage bursts forth as if too-long repressed and feels sacred in a way that only many hours of exposure can reveal.
Members of Aparthiva Raktadhara elaborate on the origins of their sound . . .
Secretly exhumed from the depths of parched soil of ‘Maha-samshana’ in Ancient Kalikshetra, “অজ্ঞাত ঈশ্বর” (Agyat Ishvar) is a Dropa-like Artifact, containing trans-sahasrarian white noise, tantric mantras energized with sacred string vibrations and powerful trance of shamanic hammers, of unknown origin and is used for unknown purpose.
Later seized and then ritually decoded by Kalikshetra sectarian guerilla force – APARTHIVA RAKTADHARA (অপার্থিব রক্তধারা), this transmission is now truly revealed, though partially, through a three-track-rehearsal demo performed and recorded on the new moon night (Amavasya) of Kali Puja, at the Nava-Swastika Lodge, Kalikshetra, while the major parts of this transmission are still kept hidden and will be transmitted when the time is right and stars are aligned.
Old temple vaults of Kalikshetra are consecrated once again. Ritual knives are now anointed. Lamps burn quietly fueled by dead infants fat.
Dedicated to Soror Andahadna (Nema), Prestress of Maat.
ॐ मणि पद्मे हुम्