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Posted by Nick Skog on Wednesday, October 30, 2013 Under: Album Reviews
Published: October 27, 2013
*Google translation of German review

Pagan Black Metal from Germany - this scene has certainly produced some excellent bands and albums, but also quite often in very large garbage is produced. Frigoris of food hit more on the latter side - though is their second album "Wind" was no big garbage without any bright spots, but it's also really, really not a good album. since switch to "wind" that is reasonably audible, but the majority also interchangeable Akkustikparts with melodielastigem Black Metal from how it had previously manufactured many, many bands, so little of what Frigoris make on their second album, new, or even inspired some form of sounds, instead prevailing stereotypes and clichés before. Of course, there are here and there sometimes one or the other Listener - "Spring Night" for example, has two, three interesting parts, including the instrumental "breath" while not less interchangeable than the rest, but nice to listen to. The following "... and ash runs through my hands" can even come up with a really intense vocal part and deserve so that the predicate "worth listening to" - but that he is the only song on "wind", to the true in its entirety. but a few nice moments and ideas and a really useful track rich nunmal far off - not in a genre that from very, very much mediocrity and garbage anyway crowded, and not in a time when every PC at home a decent sounding riff production and can release an album. "Wind" is recorded without error, it has its plus dots and it's guaranteed (and by far) is not the worst thing I've ever heard of the German Melodic-Black-Metal-/Pagan-Metal-Landschaft - but it will not long remain in the memory and can hardly make a name.

Rating: 4/10
Reviewed by:  Stephan Möller

In : Album Reviews 

Tags: frigoris wind nach dem krieg melodic folk black metal atmospheric post-rock 


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Atmospheric Black Metal