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1.15 | 4 ratings

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1 stars What a disaster... I hope that LUSTMORD is in this site for albums different than this one. It just isn't ambient, rock, whathever it should be and I'm not sure it's music at all. Maybe that's because he plays in satanical ceremonies, but I think it would be better if this songs were all improvvisated. It had to be difficult to make so horrible noises, and this is the only compliment I can make to BRIAN WILLIAMS.

Well... the first track is the best of the entire cd (it's just 38 seconds long end there are girls singing). Sibling maybe is the only thing that seems similar to prog in the album. Slabstone reminds me For Whom The Bell Tolls by Metallica in the beginning but then it become a thing I don't want to describe. Arise and Kredo/Nemo are just a little less annoying then the other tracks.

I will not describe the other tracks because I don't think is music. And I don't recommend this album even to Lustmord fans. I'd rate it less than one star, but I can't.

progknight94 | 1/5 |


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