Review from Pest Webzine

Posted by Nick Skog on Saturday, June 14, 2014 Under: Album Reviews
From: Pest Webzine
Published: June 1, 2014

Fourth album from this Iranian one-man-band I have reviewed a couple of times before, but unfortunately an album that starts to dissociate Ekove Efrits from the Black Metal scene and attempts to introduce it in the Alternative Ambient Electro (at times even Trip-Hop) world where I'm sure it will have no chance at all, zero! The melodies are beautiful again, Count de Efrit knows his way around the synths, keys and piano, but his clean vocals are absolutely awful, the attempts to throw in some Black Metal elements just to keep in touch with the scene are pathetic and the listeners will feel this. I think this album represents a loosing battle for Ekove Efrits, one that will drive away the fans he gathered so far. And the good but boring female vocals don't help much either... If you're into Ambient Electro stuff you might like it, but I hate to see yet another promising Black Metal act going to waste, that's why I'm so vehement.

Rating: 4/10
Reviewed by: Adrian

In : Album Reviews 

Tags: "ekove efrits" "nowhere" "persian black metal" "iranian black metal" "atmospheric black metal" 


  Released: December 7, 2013
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Ambient Black Metal