Kerrang recently reviewed the full length debut from English hardcore band Cruelty, who took the title for the album from a line from Liber XV, which in turn comes from Liber Al vel Legis. the review begins:
“Cruelty’s trajectory as a band has been overridden somewhat by a global pandemic. From 2017 to 2020 they released a demo, two EPs, and toured alongside the likes of Renounced and Employed To Serve, quickly making a name for themselves as one of the UK’s most versatile hardcore bands. When the world suddenly ground to a halt, it would have been easy for them to fade away into obscurity. Instead, they used it as an opportunity to get to work on their debut full-length and crack open a book (namely Aleister Crowley’s The Book of Law, from which this opus takes its title).”
Read the whole review:
Listen to a track and perhaps purchase here: https://crueltyhardcore.bandcamp.com/album/there-is-no-god-where-i-am-2.