France’s Blut Aus Nord has a style of music that’s very philosophical, mystical, occultist and metaphorical combining wide variety of various genres incorporating industrial, atmospheric black, ambient, avant-garde and extreme. Deus Salutis Meæ continued where Codex Obscura Nomina but however Deus Salutis Meæ is much more experimental, minimal, simplistic and artistically detailed as the guitars, frantic drumming and vocal deliveries being extremely exceptional making this work of art magnificent.
This album introduces Greek titles to serve bounds and movements between the album’s deep narration especially the tracks δημιουργός Chorea Macchabeorum, Abisme and Revelatio which are destructive, descriptive and atmospheric with the instrumentals being accompanied by the band’s naturalistic performances is nothing but beautiful. Blut Aus Nord created a well articulated album that is not only for the faint of heart from the extreme music community but their craftsmanship is stronger, tighter and presentable compared to the last full-length. Deus Salutis Meæ may not entirely be a masterpiece by all means but their continuations for extreme music will long live the way for many years to come.
Overall Score: 8.0/10
Review by Jake Butler