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Azaghal : Helvetin yhdeksän piiriä : Metal albums reviews

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Azaghal : Helvetin yhdeksän piiriä , brief review


Azaghal : Helvetin yhdeksän piiriä

Band name: Azaghal

From the first track of this CD you can tell it is something special, amazing guitar and drum work and good harsh vocals await, I had been waiting for this CD for a long time, I was not dissapointed. Track one is full on black metal but quite short, I guess in order to wet your appitite, and it does just that! Harsh vocals are superb! The next track starts suddenlly with what sounds like a pained scream, leading into another with heavy guitar and drums, my only problem here is how hard it is to hear the bass. After these screams some melody comes into it playing in the background and giving



Album: Helvetin yhdeksän piiriä , review

The bands country origin: Finland

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Azaghal : Of Beasts and Vulture : Metal albums reviews

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Azaghal :  Of Beasts and Vulture

Band name: Azaghal

They are always black metal and they are always incredibly personal in doing it but they grew up and that’s normal. Aside the production, also the technical level is remarkable is growth. Mustamaa was a furious mixture of punk and black metal and that was great for its originality. Here, on the new album Of Beasts and Vultures, the band continued its way to a far faster and more polished sound in order to keep always high the extremism and they partially achieved the goal. “The Infernal One” has easily recognizable riffs while the drumming is always on blast beats. The various stops by the



Album: Of Beasts and Vultures , review

The bands country origin: Finland

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Azaghal : Codex Antitheus : Metal albums reviews

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Azaghal : Codex Antitheus

Band name: Azaghal

Just to start: the BEST album of Azaghal. Two reasons for that, the first is the clean vocals are very well used! It’s just amazing! On the opening song, Agios O Baphomet the choir singing “Agioooooooooos O Baphomet, Agioooooooooos O Sathanas” is something great! And the other reason is the very good and complex guitar solos! Just incredible, sometimes they appear to be very short, but they still remain great! Yes, the guitar work is a highlight on this release, well done, very fast and heavy, inputting creative riffs and awesome solos. Always making what the Black Metal should sounds like.



Album: Codex Antitheus , review

The bands country origin: Finland

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Azaghal : Omega : Metal albums reviews

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Azaghal :  Omega

Band name: Azaghal

Azaghal’s black terror metal has been lurking with malicious intent around the lakes of Finland for nearly a decade now, and Omega, the band’s seventh full length which claims to distil the essence that has made Azaghal underground legends for so long, into an album ready for a larger scale exposure, is now upon us. Immediately the waves of black filth come like a shitstorm in first track “Taman Maailman Prinssi” whose guitars well up and twirl like a rising of bile in your oesophagus. There is great use of echo in “Pirun Verta” to make a stabbing impact in the beginning verse of the song,



Album: Omega , review

The bands country origin: Finland

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Azaghal : Nemesis : Metal albums reviews

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Azaghal :  Nemesis

Band name: Azaghal

Azaghal are a band that have been around for a substantial amount of time, “Nemesis” being their ninth album to date. While admittedly I haven’t listened to anything else by this band, I found myself quite surprised when the first track came on and blasted decent waves of melodic black metal. While some traits of their music agree with and follow the common trend of black metal that usually gets released, lots of songs are dominated or at least contain a few melodic riffs that might remind listeners of bands like Sargeist and Dissection, yet not living up to what the latter accomplished.



Album: Nemesis , review

The bands country origin: Finland

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Azaghal : Teraphim : Metal albums reviews

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Azaghal : Teraphim

Band name: Azaghal

Azaghal have a formula, and while it changes some on this album, much is the same. Like "Omega" the riff heavy songs are placed in the forefront. "Terephim" is absolutley sick blackened thrash on tracks 1 through 3. This band can most definitly write a riff. Whoever writes the songs not only has a good sense of songwriting, but also a sick sense of when to put the "Oh fuck i have to pull these metal horns out while driving through a school zone" riff in the middle of things to spice up life. While there is lots of blazing metal, I focus on the mid-paced riffage. Like most people, I demand a



Album: Teraphim , review

The bands country origin: Finland

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Lethian Dreams : Lost in Grief : Metal albums reviews

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Lethian Dreams : Lost in Grief

Band name: Lethian Dreams

I could sum up the sound of this demo by highlighting the ingredients of which it consists and those of which it doesn't: from one side we've got melancholic guitar lines, lots of weeping keyboard strings and emotional clean female as well as male vocals; from the other, there is a general absence of brutality on this demo, perhaps even more highlighted by the sparse, occasional grunts which are mixed in the background. There are no blastbeats or dramatic crescendo's; it seems that no risks have been taken here. While in 95% of the times these would be the ingredients of a boring



Album: Lost in Grief [demo] , review

The bands country origin: France

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Lethian Dreams : Red Silence Lodge : Metal albums reviews

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Lethian Dreams : Red Silence Lodge

Band name: Lethian Dreams

Quite frankly, Red Silence Lodge is the album I’ve wanted to hear from Lethian Dreams ever since I first discovered them. What we have here is Melodic Doom Metal that destroys its listener with its desperate lead melodies, utterly suffocating riffs, and an overall intensely depressive atmosphere. Yet, the sound is lightened with a wintry ambiance, perpetuated by acoustic and reverbed clean guitars, faint synthesizer harmonies, and the dreary clean voice of Carline Van Roos. The ethereal and stoic style of singing, which most closely resembles Audrey Sylvain of Amesoeurs and Peste Noire, is



Album: Red Silence Lodge , review

The bands country origin: France

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Lethian Dreams : Bleak Silver Streams [2009] : Metal albums reviews

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Lethian Dreams :  Bleak Silver Streams [2009]

Band name: Lethian Dreams

Doom metal genre made its popularity through good atmosphere and making bad mood looks good became its trademark. For all those human beings that like this bad mood, Lethian Dreams may offer something of interest. I have discovered this band by searching for some good melodic doom/death, something that would resemble Saturnus and Officium Triste, and for the time being I am satisfied with this band although it is very different from the two mentioned bands. On the good side, they sound very original. Its all about the atmosphere - sad, gloomy, desperate sounds fill the room with the first



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The bands country origin: France

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Lethian Dreams : Requiem for My Soul, Eternal Rest for My Heart : Metal albums reviews

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Lethian Dreams :  Requiem for My Soul, Eternal Rest for My Heart

Band name: Lethian Dreams

Unlike most of the doom metal acts these days, Lethian Dreams stick to traditional methods in order to best explore the soundscapes that embody this record. Layered guitars, featuring a particularly stunning dual performance, varied vocals and trudging and entrancing atmospheres. As stated, the appeal of male and female intertwining vocal exploits is something so many metal fans seem to love these days. Mainstream metal bands, like Lacuna Coil, have produced performances that have been seen as dazzling, in terms of the interchanging vocals, which acts as an example of the appeal of this type



Album: Requiem for My Soul, Eternal Rest for My Heart [demo] , review

The bands country origin: France

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