Repugnant - _Epitome of Darkness_
(Soulseller Records, 2006)
by: T. DePalma (7 out of 10)
From "Pass the meatballs, Dagmar!" A post-Nineties Scandinavian cook book:

Repugnant - _Epitome of Darkness_

A variation on traditional Swedish cuisine that originated in Stockholm, this dish is marked by its punchy flavor, nostalgic aroma and hearty texture. Perfect for a small gathering of friends and makes a lovely conversation piece!

Unlike other brands you'll find in the market today, Repugnant contains no unwanted additives and unnatural flavors. It also has a considerably decreased fat content due to more controlled breeding over the last ten years.

First, start with 2lbs of raw Nihilist. I recommend Threeman's Nihilist -- higher vitamin content and the most affordable. If you prefer to start from scratch, just combine Deasthstrike's _Fuckin' Death_ and Repulsion's _Horrified_.

Let the Nihilist sit for a few hours at room temperature. Timing is essential; if left out too long, the Nihilist will undergo a chemical process turning it into a smooth, jelly-like compost, commonly known as "Entombed".

Next, add 1/3 cup water and Celtic Frost into a small saucepan. Reduce to half or until you have a thick, pungent glaze. Pour hot over the Nihilist and serve with severed fingers and Oligochaeta (not optional).

You'll find the most unexpected part of the dish to be the alarming witch-hag screech (like that guy in "Evil Dead II") that results from combining both substances and goes a long way in turning this often copied fusion of northern fare into something you'll be picking at for days to come!

Contact: http://soulsellerrecords.com

(article published 18/4/2006)


RSS Feed RSS   Facebook Facebook   Twitter Twitter  ::  Mobile : Text  ::  HTML : CSS  ::  Sitemap

All contents copyright 1995-2019 their individual creators.  All rights reserved.  Do not reproduce without permission.

All opinions expressed in Chronicles of Chaos are opinions held at the time of writing by the individuals expressing them.
They do not necessarily reflect the opinions of anyone else, past or present.