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No. 21: Nachtmystium, ‘Ghosts of Grace’ – Top 21st Century Metal Songs

Century Media

Nachtmystium have released a rich array of experimental black metal throughout the 2000s. Chicago isn’t exactly famous for their black metal scene, but the city must take pride in being the home of Nachtmystium, who began to gain a much larger audience after the release of their 2008 full-length, ‘Assassins: Black Meddle, Part 1.’

‘Ghosts of Grace’ is both an excellent track with an extensive wealth of personality along with being accessible enough to indoctrinate new fans. One of the most rewarding parts of the song lies in the lyrics, ‘And the storm left nothing / And the storm left all / And the storm took nothing / And the storm took all.’

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