Morte Macabre - Symphonic Holocaust  CD (album) cover


Morte Macabre


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4.04 | 102 ratings

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Eetu Pellonpää
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5 stars I heard this album being played at the record shop, and I got instantly interested about it. As I'm a fan of the classic mellotron sound, and I like the both bands from which members formed this project (ANEKDOTEN and LANDBERK), so this is album was truly a record I couldn't afford to miss. Though the main focus of the album is on the cover versions of old B-movies ("Quiet Drops" from a Dario Argento film being the best), the most enjoyable track is still their collective jam "Symphonic Holocaust", which has some very fine emotional moments on it. This collaboration project also gave much influences to ANEKDOTEN's musical style, I think one can hear that by comparing sing their "Nucleus" and "From Within" albums. I had my copy as a double vinyl with a nice gatefold sleeves, and there's also a one bonus track included, which isn't on the CD version. An essential release in my humble opinion.
Eetu Pellonpää | 5/5 |


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