Review from Alternativ Musik Webzine

Posted by Nick Skog on Saturday, July 6, 2013 Under: Album Reviews
From: Alternativ Musik
July 5, 2013
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*Google translation of German review

Nethermost come from Texas and present with Alpha their debut EP, on which they have to melodic doom metal and want to spread on four songs Weltschmerz, which they succeed well. Thus, EP is supported by sluggish bass and a monotone grueling electric guitar, discreet use of keyboards and guitar solos provide showers and mood a good momentum within the individual pieces. Although the vocals are not stellar, but fits seamlessly into the overall picture of the EP a, thus there is not much to complain about. However, the total songs could be a bit more varied, these are similar but the bottom line is too strong.

Nevertheless leaves Alpha a good impression. The question remains ultimately only if nethermost can convince the long term, because so much you can hear the board so quickly it is also out from memory again. Something handy so you could answer it to the thing, but basically the right direction.

Reviewed by: Tristan Osterfeld

In : Album Reviews 

Tags: nethermost alpha doom metal death-doom atmospheric melodic mid-paced melancholic brave murder day katatonia daylight dies 


 Released: June 14, 2013
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Melodic Death-doom Metal