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In The Woods...


Experimental/Post Metal

4.10 | 128 ratings

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5 stars In the Woods give another meaning to the term of progress. Mid-tempo or slow orchestrations with violins, slow guitars and accompaning vocals create a unique atmosphere. This album is the band's best(along with Strange in Stereo) and clearly deserves everyone's attention. From the start of the album 299.796km/h take you to a magic journey through valleys and lakes into some unknown places that are created by your fantasy as you listen to the outstanding music created by this band. The lead singer is the most fitting one possible for this type of music, and there is also Synne Larsen, probably the best female singer I have heard. I am your flesh is a rather aggressive, sick and scary song, while kairos and weeping willow motivate you in different ways until you reach the conclusion, the divided into three parts track Omnio. This is a journey for something uncertain, through melodies painted in landscapes and sceneries, a search for something, a search for omnio, until you find it in the end, uncertain of what you have found, and if it was worth all this effort. And I don't mean the album, because as hard it might seem at first, it is definetely worth listening. A clear masterpiece of a unique style of music.

Is this the Omnio that I've been searching for?

V0lcaN0 | 5/5 |


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