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Tuesday, 13 September 2011

Carach Angren - Death Came Through A Phantom Ship [2010]

Despite the insanely cheesy cover art, this is symphonic black metal done well, not done Dimmu. It is incredibly clean in its production, and I won't deny that that does harm the album a little, but its other qualities (more than capable musicianship coupled with great songwriting and a good sense of when symphonic elements should fuck right off) make this an album worth listening to. That said, if you find Emperor to be overly bombastic, stay the hell away from this.

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1 comment:

  1. Very nice, I like it. The cover instantly reminded me of the guys form Anorexia Nervosa, so I was expecting something fast-paced like them, but this is very good.


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