"To summarize, we have a real intention whose core is inhabited by a real me and a sensual pine tree.
In addition, there is also a withdrawn real tree (or something that we mistake for one) lying outside the intention, but able to affect it along avenues still unknown.
Finally, the sensual tree never appears in the form of a naked essence, but is always encrusted with various sorts of noise.Elsewhere I have called it 'black noise', to emphasize that it is highly structured, not the sort of formless chaos suggested by the 'white noise' of television and radio.
Black noise initially seems to come in three varieties.
First, the sensual tree has pivotal or essential qualities that must always belong to it under penalty of the intentional agent no longer considering it the same thing.
Second, the tree has accidental features shimmering along its surface from moment to moment, not affecting our identification of it as one and the same.
Finally, the pine tree stands in relation to countless peripheral objects that inhabit the same intention (neighboring trees, mountains, deer, rabbits, clouds of mist)." 
My task now is to understand how GH's three kinds of black noise unintentionally unveil (perhaps the only way things can ever really be un-veiled) the tripartite phenomenal essence of Black Metal. Working intuition:
Black Noise 1) Essential qualities belonging to entities under pain of no longer thinking it the same. Such quality is the domain of Occult Black Metal, black metal devoted to the hidden (esoteric, orthodox, kabbalistic, apophatic etc), to accessing what lies outside the intention but still affects it via avenues unknown.
Black Noise 2) Accidental features shimmering along the surface from moment to moment. Such features are the domain of Profane Black Metal (hedonist, punk, heedless), black metal about exposing and mocking life as pure contentlless appearance.
Black Noise 3) Standing in relation to countless peripheral objects. Such standing is the thrown contextual space of Melancholic (black-biled) Black Metal, which all about expressing the deepest and self-dissolving relations between things, the abyssic proximities between and within entities, intimate relation to the non-relatable, the fact that one is etc.
Cf. Augustine's analysis of the word in De Trinitate.
"After" working this out, I will think about how black metal operates on these three noise levels in a manner that dissolves cosmos, as Volahn are doing here, for example.
1. Graham Harman, "Vicarious Causation," Collapse II.