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<p id="reviewText_165258">No matter how much I try, I just can not get into this album! Allow me to explain:<br />
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Musically, they're obviously very capable and write decent riffs, but the problem is the fluidity of the listening experience over technicality. All six songs here are constructed entirely in the same vein, in that there is no one part that stays as it is. As stated earlier, the riffs are decent enough. They are of the melancholic variety and quite beautiful, if only they would let them play out to the extent that you could grab hold of one and enjoy it. Instead, they decide to chop and change the tempo so often, that their beauty is constantly interrupted and marred by this approach. Don't get me wrong, tempo change, when used correctly can make the song and I find it works much better within the realms of death metal, e.g. bands such as Incantation and the like. When we're talking black metal, it's usually more about atmosphere or the sad and mournful tune that you can lose yourself within. When the drumming, good as it is, keeps blasting off in every possible (pattern) tangent during each song, there's nothing to really grasp on too. The other problem with using this trick/style is, it becomes quite difficult to distinguish one song from the next, making listening to the entire album quite tedious indeed. <br />
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The guitar's are sharp and crystal clear and everything is nicely audible. It has that trademark icy sound similar to Taake's latest releases. Nothing necro here and if that allows the riffs to shine, then there's nothing wrong with that. However my main complaint rears it ugly head once again & those unnecessary tempo changes simply ruin it all. As for the vocals, they are your usual black metal rasps. Nothing to knock or praise; but done well and fit the music. <br />
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As the title suggests, just like with this years offering from Fallujah - The Flesh Prevails, every song on their album tends to meander off in all sorts of directions both in tempo changes and with much strumming in between the more harsher moments. So to here, a similar style is employed under the black metal banner, yet unfortunately for me, just doesn't work as it was intended. <br />
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I've given a rating of 50% because it's not actually a bad album per se. If only they'd have used a more straightforward style & not been technical for technicals sake, this could've been so much more.</p>
<p>Final Score: 81 / 100</p>
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