One year after the release of their first demo, Black Murder, a collaboration between the members of Belketre and Vlad Tepes, released their only other demo Feasts. Not only does this demo feature more material, but the material is better as well.
The lo-fi production is somewhat different this time. It's still rather muffled, but this time around there's a great deal of reverb that helps to create a frightening atmosphere. The music here is a bit more complex and expansive. Vordb Dréagvor Uèzréèvb still plays a lot of stripped-down, rampaging blast beats as well as some extremely straightforward mid-paced rhythms, but there are moments where he plays some fills as well as a few marching rhythms, such as those on .
Vorlok Drakkstein still performs those deranged screams. They sound even more deranged on here than they did on the first demo. His crazed nature pierces through the lo-fi production with utter ease. As for the guitars, they too show a greater deal of complexity. Wlad Drakkstein plays a lot of mid-paced riffs that, thanks to the tone and reverb, sound ominous and foreboding. The spine-chilling atmosphere is present right at the beginning. He also plays a lot of vicious tremolo riffs that demonstrate pure raw supremacy. Some of these riffs even display a hint of catchiness. He even plays a few creepy acoustic guitars, such as those on “Interlude”.
Black Murder took what they recorded on their first demo and they greatly expanded upon it. It's too bad this was the only other demo they recorded. They could have done so much more.