Review from Necromance Webzine

Posted by Nick Skog on Friday, March 29, 2013 Under: Album Reviews
From: Necromance Webzine
Published: March 27, 2013
*Google translation of Spanish review
The music that the Russians epitimia offer us in this "Faces of Insanity" is not black metal, or Doom, or post-rock ... but it also has features of all these styles in his compositions groupedso this is a work that will be difficult to digest input, I recommend you listen if you have the chance because you end up going. 9 are the cuts that compose it and that has been released through Hypnotic Dirge Records and the band explores the darkest corners, sad and gloomy in the extreme music, how do?, Through dark compositions dominated sounds gothic / black supported by some electronic arrangements with a predominance of vocal registers black metal cutting with a tone and an occasional tear sporadic female records besides male phases where records become cleaner. The band uses a combination of cutting passages slow and atmospheric, evolving aftertaste that depressive and guitar melodies combined with where the riffs become more sharp and direct arriving to create compositions that we can remember bands like Katatonia , Swallow the Sun ,  Negura Bunget and Master's Hammer .  Master's Hammer. A work primarily intended for fans who like to experiment with new sounds and more diverse musical offerings.

Rating: 3/5
Reviewed by: David Déniz 

In : Album Reviews 

Tags: epitimia faces of insanity four truths to the noble ones depicting abysm atmospheric post-rock depressive black metal 


Released: July 14, 2012
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Atmospheric Black Metal/Post-rock