|unica723||Fecha: Domingo, 2012-12-16, 9:16 PM | Mensaje # 1|
|Juno Bloodlust - The Lord Of Obsession (2012) |
Artist: Juno Bloodlust
Title Of Album: The Lord Of Obsession
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Zero Dimensional Records
Genre: Symphonic Black Metal
Total Length: 00:46:34
Total Size: ~ 134 Mb
01. Moonlight 07:30
02. Total Eclipse, Sinister Prophet 05:19
03. The Lord Of Obsession 06:43
04. Into The Forest 01:22
05. The Forest Of Despair 06:05
06. Justice Is Dead 07:17
07. In This Coffin Of Immortelles 05:56
08. Black As A Crow 06:22
Juno Bloodlust surprises the listener, being the band with the most polished production. The symphonic style of black metal is reminiscent of Taiwan's Anthelion on their debut album, complete with the insane speed that the band goes at and the haunting keyboards at the background. The orchestration such as on Total Eclipse, Sinister Prophet brings fellow countrymen Sigh to mind. However, Juno Bloodlust adds their own unique elements such as haunting female background vocals to boost the atmosphere of the music.
Total Eclipse... is also the first song on this release to feature a guitar solo, and it is fortunately well-executed with flavour. The harmonised sweeping- lead guitars also add a nice touch to the music. In addition to providing the symphonic elements of the music, the keyboards also take the lead at times such as on In This Coffin of Immortelles.
I have to say though, being a non-fan of symphonic black metal, Juno Bloodlust has certainly left a lasting impression, or perhaps it is just simply because of the fact that they are from the land of the rising sun. Perhaps it is because unlike most symphonic metal bands that forsake speed for atmosphere, Juno Bloodlust has given equal priorities to both elements, making their contributions an extremely enjoyable listen.
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