12:04 - ANGEL REAPER f*kin' managers....i will fire his ass ...OSC is greatest name ever ...
12:00 - ANGEL REAPER i wanna name my synth project as "Obscure Sex Cult"...is this a good idea...my manager says no...
11:39 - Redn1ght Heh. Yeah, they did have some Doom-ish influences here and there.
11:38 - Joodicator I've heard a song off the debut and I liked it. Need to properly check them out. I still find it weird how their mainman went from thrash to doing a load of doom metal projects :S
11:35 - Redn1ght Have you heard Seventh Angel btw? That might interest you if you liked Theocracy.
11:34 - Joodicator No idea. I got mine from Amazon/at the show. Might be worth a try though.
11:30 - Redn1ght That's cool. Yeah, they deserve more attention as they have very solid stuff. I haven't got any of the albums yet as I don't know if it's possible to get them through ordering from the store...
Really digging it. Picks up where the previous left off. I haven't noticed any individual tracks quite as epic and crushing as Köld, but it seems very consistent. A little on the long side, though. Ideally, an album shouldn't run longer than 45-50 minutes, IMO.
After first listen, the title track stands out.
Kenos - 18.10.2011 at 14:54
Ahh, what a great icy slab of icelandic post-metal.
To be honest, i wasn't entirely sure that I liked this album when I first heard it, plus being the album that introduced me to the band, but it is definitely a grower. The structures of the longer songs make the sound very atmospheric, making you feel as if you were actually walking through the wilderness in Iceland. Its pretty damn powerful, and even if the album is a little too long, there is plenty of variety and moods to keep the listener occupied.