Review from Rock Metal Essence

Posted by Nick Skog on Thursday, July 18, 2013 Under: Album Reviews
From: Rock Metal Essence
Published: July 18, 2013
*Google translation of Italian review

From the lands of Germany there comes the music of Frigoris , training pagan / black metal on her second album with Wind , album released in June for the Hypnotic Dirge Records .

A great product of extreme metal and air pollution, which plunges us with taste, making use of ideas very close to folk metal, in a musical landscape of pure aggression but also decadent melancholy. A journey through vast fields and forests, driven by guitars Dominik Winter and Raphael Heuser , first acoustic, electric, and then fiercely black, then melodic and folk, and straddling battery leather , with Maximilian Stiefermann to give depth to the whole thing sound dark of his bass. An excellent production mix all these features in a compact and consistent with the proposal, where the beautiful vocals of Winter is capable of pulling off the free music beds, bringing this music to remember some respects the work of a Negura Bunget as the historical formation. There is finally a drop will do a filler, and a song completes an important step that allows this disc stand out and convince us to full, so as to render him a vote of relief that I hope will convince fans of these sounds to give him a well-deserved chance. 

Rating: 85/100
Reviewed by: James Mezzano

In : Album Reviews 

Tags: frigoris wind atmospheric pagan black metal melodic folk post-rock german fen woods of ypres imperium dekadenz agalloch 


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Atmospheric Black Metal