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LEPACA KLIFFOTH

Therion

 

Progressive Metal

3.22 | 49 ratings

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Warthur
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3 stars With vocals more diverse than the grunts and growls that came before, musical influences ranging from the electronic end of progressive rock to the most aggressive thrash metal, and much less death metal than previous releases, except for fleeting glimpses of the death and roll style of bands like Entombed, Lepaca Kliffoth finds Therion in the midst of a transition from the symphonic death metal mayhem of the preceding album to the more esoteric prog-goth direction they would take in the post-Theli era. It's their first album to fully emerge from the shadow of their death metal roots, but simultaneously feels a little tame and aimless as a result. Still, it paved the way to the career highlight of Theli, and as a result if you are keen on Therion it's worth listening to at least once, even if it doesn't hit the top tier of their back catalogue.
Warthur | 3/5 |

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