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Wednesday, 15 June 2011

Abgott - Godfather In Black [2009]

Abgott are a UK based black metal band that draw members from Italy, Greece, The UK and South Africa. This eclectic mix of nationalities mirrors their music's dynamic sounds. As Previously stated they are a black metal band but there's no Gorgoroth rip-off bollocks here. Godfather In Black is what I would term 'technical black metal', in that it possesses the same eerie foulness that we all love but it delivers this through interesting music (something all too absent from a lot of black metal). Technical riffs throb through the veins of these songs, topped with snarled vocals and an appropiate amount of guitar wankery. The rabid torrent of riffs is broken up by interludes that I think provide a nice respite and add to the tension of the inevitable oncoming storm. A great album worth downloading (and buying) if only to experience how black metal, a stagnating genre, can still be innovative and interesting.

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