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Album Review

Satyricon begins to open up its sound somewhat on the Intermezzo II EP, exploring more fully the elements of industrial metal and dark ambient hinted at on Nemesis Divina. The obvious focal points are the epic "A Moment of Clarity" and the closing suite "Blessed From Below," the EP's most experimental track; the latter is divided into three sections — "Melancholy," "Oppression," and "Longing" — which evoke their titular moods quite effectively, echoing Tiamat at times. Although purists may disagree, Satyr's willingness to incorporate new sounds bodes well for the band's future.

Biography

Formed: Oslo, Norway

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Norwegian black metal trio Satyricon are led by Satyr, also featuring drummer Frost and keyboardist Kine. Their early recordings include a demo split with Enslaved titled The Forest Is My Throne, the 1994 album Dark Medieval Times, and its 1995 follow-up, Shadowthrone. Released in 1997, Nemesis Divina was their first album to see release in the U.S.; it was followed by an EP of mostly alternate versions (Megiddo) and one of new material (1999's Intermezzo II). The full-length Rebel Extravaganza appeared...
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