Nevaloth - The Antagonist
1.The Anchoress
2.Aeon of Iconoclasm
3.Moment of Apostasy
4.The Anagnorosis
5.Per Aspera Ad Astra
6.Philosophy of a Noble Mind
7.The Abjection
8.Lightbearer Emperor
9.Sorrow & Joy
10.Herostratic Fate
11.The Apotheosis
Length: 56:44

The Antagonist

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Tracklist
Length: 56:44

  1. The Anchoress
  2. Aeon of Iconoclasm
  3. Moment of Apostasy
  4. The Anagnorosis
  5. Per Aspera Ad Astra
  6. Philosophy of a Noble Mind
  7. The Abjection
  8. Lightbearer Emperor
  9. Sorrow & Joy
  10. Herostratic Fate
  11. The Apotheosis

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By amphaneos (Archived) on
28th Jan, 2015 @ 19:41 UTC
28-01-2015

In "The Antagonist" Nevaloth create an amazing amalgam of sounds by combining 2nd wave black metal (close to Mayhem and Arcturus) with technical death metal influences(Morbid Angel influences in "Herostratic Fate" and "Aeon of Icon", Origin influences in "Moment of Apostasy"), with 70's progressive and psychedelic rock influences (listen for example to the song "Per Aspera ad Astra" where there is a part reminiscent of the song "Won't get fooled again" of The Who, or the songs "Philosophy of a noble mind", "Herostratic Fate" and "Sorrow and Joy" with the keyboard themes flirting with Van der Graaf Generator and Emerson Lake and Palmer music), with symphonic black metal influences(the opening of Lightbearer Emperor reminds me of the awesome orchestrations Sear Bliss, the Hungarian blackmetallers create), or even 90's hard rock music (I dare even suggest that there is a part in "Sorrow and Joy" that reminds me of Guns'n'Roses Use Your Illusion era)

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