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OREXIS OF DEATH

Necromandus

 

Heavy Prog

3.95 | 26 ratings

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Prisonburg
5 stars Now here is an album I find very good, best, and beyond perfect (almost, like 98.9%). It's heavy, but also has that emotion and drama that's very rare and scarce in the hard rock/heavy metal world. It's only once in a while you hear an album that has the soul, passion, and great charactor that captures your mind. It's like the more you listen to it, the more music comes out and for some reason, the music never runs out of lust nor magic.

The track I find most favorable is "Morgidisimo". Once you hear the dark classical sound of that song, it can really feal your soul and draws you in to it. Another track that's good is the "Orexis Of Death" track. Although not that heavy because I LOVE heavy stuff, it has the driving force and drama that can also pull you in to it. But what's even more cool about it, is that TONI IOMI from Black Sabbath has actually produced this album.

Well unfortunately, I havn't really heard that much songs on it exept for "Morgidisimo", Orexis Of Death", and "Nightjar". I usually hear those songs on YouTube and there's not much material I've discovered yet from this band. But one day, I will find that Orexis Of Death album and listen to every one of their songs and demos. Now get out there an Listen, Learn, and most of all, Listen AND Learn!

Prisonburg | 5/5 |

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