Most unique black/death. Fairly ignored or I'm guessing for some bands that would be fearly ignored. Hope to hear new stuff with even more monumental savagery and deep primordial feel ! All hail the monolith!
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A kind of musical “sixth sense” pervades this album. There is both a woodsy & a homecoming spirit underlying the music as opposed to a warrior spirit. Duin follows the thought process that the repetition of a riff does not end when the composer or audience wants it to, but when the nature of that riff in the context of the song indicates a need for change. The progression between songs & within songs makes it feel as if each new event in the music is reaching towards new vistas. Great DM/Doom. xhrl_
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Purposeful, this LP’s metal consists primarily of low-to-mid-paced riffs from doom, DM, & BM. These are complemented by influences from prog-rock, in which tonal contrasts add nuance & a way of connecting parts within the album. Everything is structured with meticulous care, avoiding the wild-blend sensation that seems at best pretentious & at worst aimless. Guided by low-pitched vocals that provide a sturdy musical framework & continuity, Condor has produced metal that is very beautiful! Wow. xhrl_