Sigh - Infidel Art


7.5 | 41 votes |
Release date: 1995
Style: Black metal, Thrash metal

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01. Izuna
02. The Zombie Terror
03. Desolation
04. The Last Elegy
05. Suicidogenic
06. Beyond Centuries

Line-up
Shinichi Ishikawa - guitars
Satoshi Fujinami - drums, percussion
Mirai Kawashima - bass, keyboards, vocals

Additional info
Tracks 1,2,3 are "side Terror" and tracks 4,5,6 are "side Hate",following the tradition of Euronymous's label DSP.

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28.05.2011 - 06:35
Rating: 7
Paradox0
Unasuming Madnes

Posts: 592
From: USA
Strange, interesting, yet promising listen of a band which will be one of the hallmarks of what would be called "advante-garde metal". Songs are somewhat progressive in length (as opposed to the more straight forward approach they would employ in their song writing in later albums). I found the non-metal parts though some of the best parts of the album, even if they didn't really blend well with the album itself. They kiond of just appear, act as an interlude within the song, then back to metal. Sadly the actual metal parts arn't all that great, seemingly drawing inspiration from Venom and Celtic frost (which for some people might be a good thing)
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16.04.2015 - 22:50
3rdWorld
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Posts: 2990
From: India

Is it supposed to be pseudo-symphonic or is it acknowledged as synth-filled black metal? Anyway, I like it a lot, its really not as dark as their debut though but is heavily synth filled. In a good way, that is.
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