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Experimental/Post Metal

3.20 | 4 ratings

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3 stars First of all, it's a pity. Senmuth insists with his industrial noise that permeates the first 6 albums when he has so good things to give us.

I mean that when the volume of the background noises goes down what remains is a very good electronic music. Not properly ambient, as it's very powerful. The opener and the closer "Megiste syntaxis Part 1 and 2" are very unusual for Senmuth and are a very good surprise. I hope that I will find more trakcs of this kind in the next Senmuth's albums. Then, as often happens with prog music, the best tracks are the longer ones. Aton, Timebirth and Enuma Anu Enlil are highlights.

This album demontrates that Senmuth is continuously even if slowly evolving. This is not yet ready for the 4 stars, but this time he's gone very close. Also classic Senmuth's tracks like ZamicelKreators have short electronic interludes that would better serve Senmuth's cause than the industrial noise he has made us used to.

I'm trying to listen to all the Senmuth's albums (they are freely downloadable) and should I suggest one to the newbies this is surely a good starting point.

A hint: The IDv3 of the mp3s are translated from cyrillic so are a bit more readable for non-russians.

octopus-4 | 3/5 |


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