Review from Rock Metal Essence Webzine

Posted by Nick Skog on Friday, February 28, 2014 Under: Album Reviews
From: Rock Metal Essence Webzine
Published: February 27, 2014
*Google translation of Italian review

The Ekove Efrits are a project atmospheric / post-rock led by multi-instrumentalist N. Saman coming from Tehran, Iran, returning to the market in December 2013 with their fourth album, "Nowhere."

A disc that continues the evolution and maturation of the songwriting of this composer through fifty minutes dark music, enveloping, mysterious and atmospheric, steeped in the tradition of black metal and electronics, as well as trip-hop. Compared to their predecessors, Nowhere is it more cinematic and soundtrack in sound and approach, as always accompanied by sounds coming treated in detail. Finally, rich successful female vocal parts performed by guest vocalist Megan Tassaker of autraliani Lycanthia, the album does not disappoint them on a technical level, there on the executive, capturing the imagination dell'ascotlatore from its first note to the last. A product thus appears to be very suitable for supporters of organizations such as Ulver or Manes (among others), and it never fails to make long listening ethereal sounds and sensations melancholy, for a sound experience exciting and totally enveloping, balanced between the genders. 

Rating: 78/100
Reviewed by: James Mezzano

In : Album Reviews 

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


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