A one-man side task of Katatonia guitarist Anders Nyström (aka Blackheim), Sweden’s Diabolical Masquerade released a string of symphonic and misanthropic dark metal albums, you start with 1995’s imaginatively titled Ravendusk in my own Heart. The likewise influenced and ill-disposed The Phantom Lodge adopted a few years later on, and fan preferred Nightwork in 1998, but with 2001’s very much delayed Death’s Style, Nyström’s grand strategies arguably accomplished their innovative climax, this being truly a full-fledged horror-movie soundtrack. Sadly, the movie involved was under no circumstances released and Diabolical Masquerade under no circumstances managed to get to a musical sequel, right now broadly reported to maintain truth defunct. Finally, it’s well worth noting that famous maker, musician, and Nyström colleague Dan Swanö (Advantage of Sanity, Bloodbath, Pan-Thy-Monium, etc.) was rumored to be always a silent contributor for some from the above works.