Akercocke - Renaissance In Extremis



7.8 | 114 votes |
Release date: 25 August 2017
Style: Progressive death metal

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01. Disappear
02. Unbound By Sin
03. Insentience
04. First To Leave The Funeral
05. Familiar Ghosts
06. A Final Glance Back Before Departing
07. One Chapter Closing For Another To Begin
08. Inner Sanctum
09. A Particularly Cold September

Additional info
Mixed by Neil Kernon, mastered by Alan Douches.

Available as:
  • Standard CD
  • 3CD hardbook (including previously unreleased material nad 60 page book)
  • 2LP (vinyl in gatefold) in different colors
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  • Staff review by
    nikarg
    Rating:
    8.5
    Ten long years after Antichrist, the mighty Akercocke are back. This time they have taken off their suits and the band's renaissance has occurred without sacrificing any goats. Female breasts are also absent and there is no sign of Lucifer worship. But fear not, for their admirable inability to deliver a less-than-extraordinary record is intact.

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    published 24.10.2017 | Comments (5)

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    17.12.2017 - 15:28
    Rating: 7
    tea[m]ster
    Au Pays Natal
    Written by Kuroboshi on 03.09.2017 at 20:53

    The music is really beautiful, but the vocals destroy this album for me...

    THIS!!!! Came here to say the same thing. The instrumentation and texture has a Voivod vibe (only reason this is a 7 for me)...but holy fuck, the vocals...
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    01.02.2018 - 21:32
    Maco
    Handbanana
    Antichrist is still better.
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    I'm derp.
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    01.02.2018 - 22:47
    Rating: 7
    VIG
    Esoteric Zachism
    Written by Maco on 01.02.2018 at 21:32

    Antichrist is still better.

    The thing that ruins this album is the vocals. It's a good album musically, but the vocals are just so poorly executed.
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    01.02.2018 - 22:48
    Maco
    Handbanana
    Written by VIG on 01.02.2018 at 22:47

    The thing that ruins this album is the vocals. It's a good album musically, but the vocals are just so poorly executed.

    Indeed, I don't mind them most of the time, but there are moments when they kill all the momentum. Shame.
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    I'm derp.
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    15.05.2018 - 17:40
    Mercurial
    This didn't turn out as bad as I feared after the single, but the whole thing sounds like a pre-production album. Weak sound, some flat and disjointed songwriting and a lot of very cringey vocals. Another couple of months in the oven and this might have been a really tight extreme prog album.
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