Vike Tare - Feed the Flames
1.Feed the Flames (About One Who Wouldn't Obey)
2.Phobos Anomaly
3.Trutz, blanke Hans!
4.Die späte Rückkehr (Die Geschichte von Nis Randers)
5.Like a Silent Hill
6.Rebirth Denied
7.Der Fischer
8.Heimgang
Length: 48:04

Feed the Flames

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15th Oct, 2016 @ 03:03 UTC
15-10-2016



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First off, this album is a masterpiece. People don't give it enough credit in my opinion. This album is labeled as black/death pagan metal, but it has some thrash to it as well. It's an album that will just fill you with energy. The melodies are very memorable and the whole album has a tight cohesion. There is something about the way it is written which makes you want to grab a spear and go hunting. I can't get enough of it, it's just so goddamn majestic. The production on the album is very good, and not in the lo-fi sense, but it's not trying to be traditional black metal at all. This is exactly the type of energy and originality black metal as a genre needs in order to pick itself up out of the repetitive rut of Darkthrone copycats. The vocals are decent, nothing special. Really, the intensity and driving force of the album is with the drums and guitars. The kickdrum sounds very natural and 'rounded', not ticky, just how I like it. The guitar riffs aren't too drawn out so that you lose focus and eventually get bored, and they aren't too complex. Instead, it's a nice medium between these two. As a musician myself, this album honestly frustrates me. It's so packed with fantastic creative ideas that it makes me want to give up. If I were to give it a score out of ten, I'd give it a 9.7/10.

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