Magane - Beginning At The End (Yomotu Nolito)

7.8 | 4 votes |
Release date: 2006
Style: Black metal


4 have it

01. Life Eternal Torture Eternal
02. Blasts Of Grim Wind (Magatu Kaze)
03. Drink To Death (Woloti)
04. Tsunami Of Blood
05. Worship The Most Ancient (Miwa)
Suite: Beginning At The End (Yomotu Nolito)
06. Tree: Born Alone (Tak Ama No Fala)
07. Fire: Fire Over The World (Takatu Fo)
08. Metal: Taste My Curse (Kam Yalafi)
09. Water: Swallowed In Black (Kam Sali)
10. Earth: Beginning At The End (Yomotu Nolito)

Additional info
Avantgarde Black Metal

Japan 2006
re-release from 2003

Yasufiko - Screams & curses
Nugoto - Guitars & chants
Tukuoni - Guitars & chants
Yuda - Bass & chants
Itukime - Keyboards
Yomituti - Drums & iyoh

Staff review by
Marcel Hubregtse
Yes, from the Land of the Rising Sun, so expect some off-beat weirdness to assault your blackened ears. Magane themselves claim to play Yomi metal. Which according to their website is influenced by black metal but whose philosophy and melodies are influenced by ancient and traditional Japanese cultures. As I do not speak or understand any Japanese besides the obligatory "konichiwa" I cannot vouch on the part of the philosophy behind the lyrics. But hearing the music being influenced by Japanese cultures one must strain their ears very very very hard. A regular listener who has never been exposed to music from Japan or other far eastern countries might have a problem discerning the melodies and think of it as just being weird for weirdness sake.

published 22.05.2007 | Comments (0)

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