Release date: 22 February 2008
Style: Progressive doom metal


8.4 | 22 votes


28 have it
9 want it

01. The Minstrel's Curse
02. Song Of Durin
03. How Long Is Ever
04. The Rumour And The Giantess


Thomas Helm - vocals, keyboards, guitar
Markus Stock - drums, bass, guitars

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Prophecy is one of the few labels with big balls… Their team takes a lot of risks and signs really atypical bands, Noekk is one of them. I've never heard anything about this German combo before that I receive their last release "The Minstrel's Curse" (a EP) but damn I happy to know them. I love Heavy Metal, I like Doom (Doom Metal and classic Doom), I love the bands which include progressive stuff in their music and Noekk is like that!

published 03.03.2008 | Comments (5)


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Erik M. - 22.12.2014 at 21:56  
Rating: 7 Sadly, this album is heavily inferior to the first two amazing albums. This one is lacks an "identity" and is really quite a bit less interesting due to a less captivating atmosphere. It leans much more to progressive metal rather than "atmospheric folk doom". And at roughly 34 minutes, it's too short for a CD.

Nah, just stick with The Water Sprite and The Grimalkin. Much better than this, indeed.

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