Review from Necromance Webzine

Posted by Nick Skog on Sunday, July 6, 2014 Under: Album Reviews
From: Necromance Webzine
Published: July 4, 2014
*Google translation of Spanish review

"Wild years of remorse and failures" is the latest work of Italian threesome Stroszek, who wanted to get back to light previous work and gathered in this edition (with a new mastering) the following material: The Album "songs of remorse "and" life failures made ​​music ", the EP" the wild hunt "and two versions. In total 26 subjects in which the band explores the grounds of the most atmospheric and tranquil music, through structures laden passages with acoustic guitars, clean vocals and a very successful and emotional atmosphere. A sound that brought to mind the quieter Tiamat and especially in the experimental part of the voice recordings that bring to mind those of Johan Edlund; some issues where, as you're listening to, discover elements in the music arrived from folk metal, dark metal, ambient music ... all through the combination more measured rhythms and passages so quiet that sometimes are crossed with something more "aggressive" parts but always without reaching the land of metal. 26 songs that will take you to a state of absolute calm and tranquility ... that's the music of Stroszek.

Rating: 7/10
Reviewed by: David Deniz

In : Album Reviews 

Tags: "stroszek wild years of remorse and failures" "dark country/folk" "acoustic rock" "townes van zandt" 


 Released: December 7, 2013
500 Copies
Dark Folk / Melancholic Rock