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Great promise was exhibited on Babylon Whores' 1997 debut, Cold Heaven, so it's logical that the follow-up EP, Deggael, would exhibit something closer to the Finnish band's conceptualizations (which were most fully realized on the group's much-overlooked death rock masterpiece, 2000's King Fear). Deggael is an EP that lives up to its intentions: six tunes clocking in at just under 21 minutes that leave the listener unfulfilled simply for lack of more quality product, which superbly balances aggression, melody, and top-notch songwriting. And so there's "Sol Niger," a high-drama, mid-tempo goth metal epic bursting with memorable, minor-key guitar melodies and singer Ike Vil's intriguingly cryptic, Pagan-themed lyrics — a song so subtle and straightforward that one doesn't fully appreciate its profundity and gnarled beauty until a few repeat listens wedge the main melodic theme firmly in one's skull. "Omega Therion" is a re-recorded holdover from Cold Heaven, and sounds a bit clunky in comparison to the gut-wrenching, heavy-as-heck power riffing of "Somniferum" and the sublime, haunting rocker "Emerald Green." Then comes "Deggael: A Rat's God," a muted, droning, acoustic strummer that invokes scenes of sinister deviltry with more creepily quiet evil than can be whipped out of the molten sea of distorted guitars and blastbeated drumming embraced so blindly by the Babylon Whores' peers. Fans who tripped over King Fear will want to seek out Deggael, the EP being a key element of the Babylon Whores' limited discography and marking the outfit's first truly successful foray into the mouth of the beast.


Se formó en: Helsinki, Finland

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '00s

It's not often that a band willingly attaches a category to its music, but Babylon Whores' dubbing itself "death rock" was more than appropriate. Inspired by Glenn Danzig (specifically, the singer's post-Misfits punk metal outfit Samhain), Aleister Crowley, and all aspects of the occult, singer Ike Vil and guitarist Ewo Meichem assembled Babylon Whores in Helsinki, Finland, with one main intent: "Raise Hell, or lower the heavens at least." Vil and Meichem would eventually recruit guitarist Jussi...
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