Sorrowstorm, as a black metal influenced solo-project, successfully attempts to break through and challenge common negative ideologies and hateful traits to create a spirit which is different from that of the mass. Sorrowstorm aims to be a well-produced band, creating a new entity of its own. It carefully intertwines various forms Black Metal with slight traces of death and thrash, molds it to the artist's personal taste, and finally establishes what is known as SorrowStorm.
Sorrowstorm is not ashamed to promote and properly communicate the Gospel of Christ within its music. To those who do not understand why a Christian would possibly want to play black metal with Christ-centerd lyrics, let me remind you that this world is full of things that we often do not understand. In order to understand these things without first pre-judging them or hating them, we must investigate the matter, collect data, analyze this data, and form our own conclusions based on our understanding of what we learn. In other words, before you disagree with what Sorrowstorm does, make sure you understand the implications and reasoning behind it. You may be averse towards Sorrowstorm's mission and ideology, but you will not be able to stop it. Therefore, you have no choice but to live with it. However, you are welcome to disagree with it.
I understand that the roots of Black Metal are quite Anti-Christian, pessimistic, hateful, grim, nihilistic, etc, so I am not ignorant as to what Black Metal entails or as to what I am doing with my solo-project. I have been involved in the Black Metal scene (both Christ-centerd and Anti-Christ centered) in a few nations, and have developed a clear understanding of this form of music, which carries an ideology with it. I might use the term "UnBlack" to differentiate myself from the aforementioned ideological traits of Black Metal, so as to not appear as an oxymoron. I may also just use plan "Black Metal" for musical purposes.
I believe that there can be Black Metal with Christian ideology, and I will not disagree with a fellow band who uses the term "Christian Black Metal," or any other term, provided that they know what they are doing with their band, project, or endeavor. If you are not familiar with Christ-centered black metal, you may find this term repulsive, anomalistic, uncanny, or unfitting. However, I guarantee that upon listening to some of our scene's music and inquiring about our ideology, you just might come to appreciate our scene like many others have done.