Funeral Mist - Salvation

8.4 | 64 votes |
Release date: 1 July 2003
Style: Black metal


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Additional info
Released on CD and Double LP (limited to 500 copies). The album was originally scheduled for release on Svartvintras Productions, but was eventually released by NED due to the extreme and continued delays by Svartvintras.

Guest review by
Mr. Doctor
Some years ago I saw the cover of Funeral Mist's debut and thought "I bet it's just mindless blasturbation".

I was wrong... Now, I do enjoy some Black Metal that is full of blasts but it gets really boring after a while and the main reason is that those bands are inconsistent with their music. Funeral Mist on the other hand don't have that problem.

published 22.02.2010 | Comments (11)

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29.01.2011 - 03:18
Rating: 8
Very good album. Sort of goes off on tangents at times, but solid over all. Maranatha is superior.
02.11.2011 - 23:37
Rating: 10
This album is perfect to me! It's absolute insanity from the beggining till' the end. Everything is so unique, the instruments, the vocals(I see Arioch as the best black metal vocalist by far) and it has so many unussual sounds ot black metal which really help to create a great picture and atmosphere. When Black Metal was either going with the plastic sound and keyboards, or just stay primitive without anything new, or it was going to be national socialist/depressive/melodic or any other bullshit, Funeral went their own way and created a music with a sound like never heard before!

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