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Blazing Eternity : Times and Unknown Waters



This album is not an easy one to review. It contains a lot of very different moods and genres. At times, it is very calm and atmospheric, while a few seconds later, you find yourself banging your head until it hurts.

References would be: Katatonia, Evereve, Saturnus and other bands in that particular genre. No wonder, if you consider that Kim Larsen (ex-Saturnus) plays in this band. Great guitar melodies, varying from heavy to semi-acoustic, with a touch of keyboards to finish the whole off. The vocals are as varying too. We hear whispers, spoken voice and screams. Some faster parts, with fast guitar melodies accompanied by a screaming voice that remind me a bit of the Swedish melodic death-metal scene.

The artwork really fits the music: dark, mysterious, lethal. They label themselves as "Nordic Night Metal" and that seems to be a good description to me. Only problem I have with it is that some parts are hardly readable (dark text on dark print...). But this is a must buy for everyone into Saturnus or October Tide.

Reviewer's rating: Unrated

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Tracklist :
1. Concluding the Dive of Centuries
2. Fortabte horisonter
3. Of Times and Unknown Waters
4. Still Lost in the Autumn of Eternity
5. (Sagnet om) manden med den sorte hat
6. Dead Inside
7. Dark Summernights of Eternal Twilight
8. End/Midnight

Duration : Approx. 68 minutes

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Reviewed on ??-??-???? by Arnstein H. Pettersen
Forever Autumn
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