Tenochtitlan - Chac Och-Ut

7.7 | 3 votes |
Release date: 2006
Style: Doom metal, Ambient Folk , Neofolk


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06. Jaguar Epoch
07. Haa Ki-Um U Poc Av
08. Tsompantly
09. Four Sides Of Paradise
10. Ch'e'nal

Additional info
"Mesoamerican" Ethnic Doom / Ambient Music
Label: Metalism Records
To buy the album => http://www.metalism.com
Russia: 2006 (Re Release of the 2005 album)
Length: 63:04

Line-Up on the CD:
Growling, music, guitars, programming, concept: Senmuth
Clear voice, music: Eresh
Programming, music: Brutal Harry
Growling, music, concept: LeftHander

Staff review by
"Chac Och-Ut" is the second album of the really original Russian combo Tenochtitlan. And I can tell you that it was a real challenge to release this kind of album. Mixing "South American" ethnic music with Doom Metal, the music of this band is totally uncommon but also a bit "intellectual", elitist and not so easy of access. Though if you like original stuff and if you're a bit open minded, I'm quite sure that the beginning of these Russians dudes will be interesting for you.

published 25.09.2006 | Comments (12)

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