Review from Aristocrazia Webzine

Posted by Nick Skog on Monday, March 10, 2014 Under: Album Reviews
From: Aristocrazia Webzine
Published: March 10, 2014
*Google translation of Italian review

The Vin de Mia Trix are not a new knowledge to aristocrazia webzine: a little less than three years ago, the writer was in fact the pleasure of writing about "El Sueno De La Razon Produce Monstruos" , the debut ep Ukrainian. Now it is with renewed pleasure that I present "Once Hidden From Sight", the first test for the long haul.

Important to emphasize is the fact that the boys have not changed the musical direction previously undertaken, although greatly increased and improved: songs like "Silent World", "A Study in Scarlet" and "Metamorphosis" sink roots in precisely the Death-Doom more classic, especially bringing to mind the atmosphere of My Dying Bride suffering the most. We are dealing, therefore, with the complete synthesis of the style called: arpeggios filled with sadness rest on granitic riffs mold Doom and Death, interspersed with occasional references Funeral and accompanied by a nice growl that illustrates catacomb harrowing visions of inner worlds.

As will be easy to see, as played by Our is nothing new, but their music is really skilful in winding the listener between their turns painful, without power, darkness and oppression, frankly I think that we should not ask for anything else in such a disc. The skill of Vin de Mia Trix does not stop here: the delicate atmospheric developments of "Nowhere Is Here", as well as the long and evocative piano interludes which are the backbone of "Là Où Le Rêve Et Le Jour S'effleurèrent "and" The persistencia de la Memoria ", make the album really rich and functional.

Although "Once Hidden From Sight" is a work containing solutions well known to all lovers of these soundscapes, clever variations on the theme and flashes of personality compositional make sure that the listener to remain vigilant and attentive (despite the substantial total duration) . In other words, we are faced with a test that will surely be highly appreciated by those who love Death-Doom, the real one, mournful and oppressive to the right place.

Reviewed by: Gabriele Strano 

In : Album Reviews 

Tags: vin de mia trix once hidden from sight death-doom funeral doom experimental post-rock kauan melodic blackened blues 


 Released: August 26, 2013
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Doom-death Metal