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WITH RAVENOUS HUNGER – Satyricon –
CD de audio —. Regalos de Navidad para los amantes del ocio. Good but not great. The drums sound a bit different. Satyricon is my all time favorite band. And yet descargxr band pulls itself out of the typical black metal cycle in which, basically, everyone does the exact same thing they did in only to be called sell-outs. Sounds familiar, doesn’t it?
The production is surprisingly clean possibly due to major label budget – Satyricon went corporate with this release which helps the album along significantly, lending clarity to the sound and a cold edge to Satyr’s nasty little growls. Some very fitting and well-performed female vocals poke their way in on a few occasions most notably on “Angstridden” and “Black Lava” and really do set the tone for the movements in which they’re used.
Song picks here would be the two mentioned above, as well as “Mental Mercury” for having an ending that simply blew my head off – one of the best uses of repetition I’ve heard in the genre, ever. This is definitely the highlight of Satyricon’s catalogue, and a must-have for any fans of straight-forward ‘blackened’ metal without the bells and whistles that many other bands have made use of.
Satyr’s a lucky guy. Before the release of this album, I read an interview with Satyr– He came off as highly pretentious, calling his new work “state-of-the-art black metal Being a relatively mainstream release, I can imagine not only Burzum-obsessed year olds shunning Volcano, but I don’t see CoF and Dimmu-worshipping symphonic black metal fans embracing this any time soon either.
The album has a few progressive tints scattered throughout the song structures, but it’s mostly minimalistic black metal with a few hard rock and thrash elements.
DELIRIUM – Satyricon –
You don’t have to atonally grind for an album to reflect an descargra that doesn’t accept compromise. This album starts out with the song “With Ravenous Hunger,” a fitting opener.
It begins with some alternating growls and hair-raising spoken-word verses by Satyr, laid over some sharp arrangements featuring intelligent use of melody. The second track, bearing the silly xatiricon “angstridden,” kind of shambles along and introduces some female vocals into the mix.
I can’t remember her name, but she’s apparently the daughter of some esteemed Jazz musician. Anyway, her vocals are fragile, yet darkly mysterious. And yes, I do know what a cliche it is to describe female vocals with those adjectives. The song eventually gives way to some chilling keyboard meanderings at the end.
People say it was added simply for the purpose of a “hit single,” and that it’s musically simple. And yes, it is. But to that I say, so what? It recalls the days of Celtic Frost and Bathory, in some ways. And Frosts’s fluttering double-bass is always fun to listen to. Lots of seemingly random spoken-word parts, and some nice vitriolic hisses by Satyr as usual.
It slows down to a hypnotic crawl, before being engulfed in chiming keyboards. It brings to mind being trapped on the side of a magma-drenched mountain. I’m afraid describing the song does in no justice, since its strength lays in the repetition.
That fact Satyr pulls off what even Varg has had trouble doing is intriguing. If you’re a fan of black metal, or metal in general, I highly recommend anything Satyricon has done.
Especially Dark Medieval Times. Disregard the simple-minded, black metal doesn’t mean releasing the same album over and over again. Every time a band tries something somewhat new or even slightly different the unimaginative fans start screaming sell-out. How in hell does a black metal band sell-out anyway, I’d really like to know. Do they start singing about beer and girls?
Or perhaps they start endorsing cell phone companies, they’ll all satanic anyway right? Or maybe they start writing love songs with rap breakdowns in the middle. No, its not as fast as some of their previous work but its heavy, grim and cold. Satyr is an excellent black metal songwriter and Frost is one of the best drummers in the genre. Is this their best album? No, some of the songs could have used editing: Black Lava is 14 minutes long, it drags after a bit still got some good riffs and atmosphere.
Suffering the Tyrants, Possessed and Fuel for Hatred all shred. Volcano is a very solid effort, but not a masterpiece. Buy it and be happy that Satyricon is still putting out excellent material. Gana dinero con nosotros. Todos los derechos reservados. Amazon Music Transmite millones de canciones.
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