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Veni Domine


Progressive Metal

3.14 | 9 ratings

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3 stars This album created quite a stir when it was released. Mostly due to it's quality, but a Christian band who releases albums in the middle of a black metal wave, is bound to be ruffle some feathers. Which Veni Domine did with this album.

I am not a fan of power metal at all. The vocals on this album and most of this album is power metal which leans quite heavy on doom metal too. A mix of doom and power, I would call this album. The most annoying thing here is the power metal vocals. The vocals is flawless, but I have lately developed very little tolerance towards power metal vocals. The music is pretty good though with a couple of very good songs. King of the Jews is the highlight on this album. The rest of the album is best when it moves away from power metal and more into a doom metal terrain like the one previously occupied by Trouble. But this is still a good debut album. Fifteen years ago, this would had been a four stars album for me. But these days, it barely deserve three stars. I have simply moved on, anno 2010.

3 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 3/5 |


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