Ephel Duath - Through My Dog's Eyes  CD (album) cover


Ephel Duath


Experimental/Post Metal

2.65 | 19 ratings

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3 stars When i first listened through this album, i was very disappointed and felt genuinely let down. I listened to Breed and Guardian beforehand on their site, and was very impressed. Perhaps this is why i felt so let down. The reason i disliked this album at first was because it felt to me that instrumentally and structurally, they hadn't actually gone anywhere from PNtK. The only thing that felt different was vocals. I was very impressed when i heard his vocals, although often monotonous, he has a very distinctive and powerful voice. But unfortunately, you hear very little of him. As this is such a short album, it left me feeling unfulfilled, and hungry for more. Although the music is generally good, it just seems to have gone nowhere from the last album, it is a pretty good album. Just nothing special, which it should have been with such an original Concept.
YtseJam1 | 3/5 |


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