16:35 - Apothecary I've never really minded Voivod's later-day material, as much as I prefer the earlier stuff. Always been a huge fanboy for this song [link]
15:34 - Fearmeister Probably because Angel Rat was a step in a different direction compared to the classic Voivod albums and more simple songs. Still a good album once you get past the fact that its not Dimension Hatross or Killing Technology
15:27 - Apothecary Did they show you what the unknown knows with their mechanical minds? I'm sure they did, the fucking chaosmongers
14:51 - Karlabos Aww, nice of you guys to mention my poserness while I'm not around
01. Ema Hääl Kutsub 02. Kui Rebeneb Taevas 03. Tuletalgud 04. Vaid Vaprust 05. Äio 06. Vihatõbine 07. Kuni Pole Kodus, Olen Kaugel Teel 08. Vägi Ja Võim 09. Minu Kodu 10. Nüüd Tulge, Mu Kaimud 11. Roju 12. Kabelimatsid 13. Verijää 14. Jõud
Metsatöll have managed to issue another fine album. Äio is a classical release true to the band's style with artwork by Jüri Arrak known for his distinctive paintings concerning Estonian folk tales. This album is another longer one after the very diverse Hiiekoda although bit shorter and explores some new fields previously not discovered on the earlier works.