Shylmagoghnar - Emergence



8.7 | 162 votes |
Release date: 27 February 2014
Style: Atmospheric black metal, Progressive black metal, Melodic death metal

Owners:

99 have it
20 want it


01. I Am The Abyss
02. Emergence
03. Edin In Ashes
04. This World Shall Fall
05. Squandered Paradise
06. Eternal Forest
07. The Cosmic Tide
08. A New Dawn
09. The Sun No Longer

Top 20 albums of 2014: 1

Line-up
Skirge - keyboards, vocals
Nimblkorg - guitars, bass, drums, keyboards, vocals

Additional info
Cover art by Minghao Xu.

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Comments

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07.12.2015 - 13:18
Rating: 9
Hex_Omega
Gem Seeker
Nope, not melodic death (IMO).
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14.04.2016 - 03:26
LeKiwi
High Fist Prog
So glad I finally discovered this. That incredibly lame artwork made me suspish, but I'm glad I was proven wrong.
Written by Hex_Omega on 07.12.2015 at 13:18

Nope, not melodic death (IMO).
Most definitely has some elements of melodeath
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16.04.2016 - 02:07
Rating: 9
chomskeet
I like this album a whole lot, thanks to the peeps who got this up to 20 votes. MDM is definitely there and keeps it catchy and accessible, "A New Dawn" is pretty similar at times to Insomnium's "Weighed Down with Sorrow." Actually, a lot of this album reminds me of Insomnium, little bit of Enshine, some battle elements with a black metal backbone. That hardly encapsulates it as a lot of subgenres are woven throughout.
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27.05.2016 - 20:09
Rating: 9
Nihil Aeternum
Bought it after the first song. I agree with chomskeet. Difficult to categorize, atmospheric yes, progressive yes, melodic death yes, but I can't find much black in here.
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28.07.2016 - 20:58
Rating: 10
Grom
Written by Nihil Aeternum on 27.05.2016 at 20:09

Bought it after the first song. I agree with chomskeet. Difficult to categorize, atmospheric yes, progressive yes, melodic death yes, but I can't find much black in here.

I honestly hope that becomes more commonplace - every album like this gets me excited when i first listen to it because I never know where the sound is gonna go.
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Amidst the muffled, maddening beating of vile drums and the thin monotonous whine of accursed flutes.
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19.08.2016 - 12:45
Rating: 9
Kuroboshi
Hands down the best new music I've found in years. The first three songs prove that 90's Gothenburg melodic death can still be made and still rules. Their melodies and drumming are so exquisite! The instrumentals rock as well.
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20.09.2016 - 17:22
BaneConall
Fart Enthusiast
Getting some definite early Dissection vibes from this. Sounds really good so far!
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25.10.2020 - 13:24
Rating: 10
Tasos M
Collector's alert! This masterpiece is available in CD on band's bandcamp, only 54 copies left ATM. Go for it! \m/
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Support artists, buy their albums \m/
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