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Album Review

Everything Is Alright! by the mysterious and prolific Der Blutharsch is essentially a continuation of 2007's Fire Danger Season compilation. Where that album assembled singles, non-album tracks, splits, and other rarities from 1996-2001, Everything Is Alright! moves from 2002 onward. Of course, all 17 tracks are untitled (the band never names its tunes, so sourcing material can be difficult), but there are a few telltale signs evident, such as the cover of Death in June's "The Odin Hour" off the Take Care and Control album. The second track is taken from a split single with Nový Svet, Cafe Mentone; track four is from a split with Zetazeroalfa; track six from the Time Is Thee Enemy! single; and track five is from the Yellow Leaf single. There are a couple of tracks from the Farewell Tour EP, and a cover of a song by the Moon Lay Hidden Beneath a Cloud, as well as a remix of :wumpscut:'s "Schäbiger Lump." What is most interesting to note is that this material showcases the sonic shift in Der Blutharsch's sound from their earlier folkish interpretation of black metal to a more rock and electronic approach with those elements still embedded rather than at the forefront. Needless to say, this is for collectors of the mysterious and always fascinating Austrian band's labyrinthine music.

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