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wow, Akercocke is a pretty hard band to review. I could easily just state this album is awesome and submit (That Sums it up pretty well), but that is just genereic and what would be the fun in that? This is probably Akercocke's most melodic album to date and all the ideas presented in earlier releases shine the most on this release, which are: The Combiation of Black Metal and Death Metal, inclusion of melodic cleanly sung vocals (Reminescent of Atmospheric Black Metal) and icnlusion of other worldy elements and even some electronics. Don't get me wrong though, the Death Metal Parts are very DM and the Black Metal Parts are very Black Metal. This album truly fits the definition of from brutal to beautiful. This album is very dark and depressing and has a very dark atmosphere, Akercocke are also pretty satanic (Which can be pretty offsetting to some, including myself). They have also been pretty controversial, their CD's have been banned for their covers and satanic content. Now let's get on with the album, it starts with the song Verdelet, wow I must say this song is absolutely amazing, very emotional and dark, it was the first Akercocke song I heard (And if you are new to them I recommend you also listen to it first), Verdelet pretty much gives you an idea of what is to come, it is also one of the more melodic songs on the album. Then it moves straight into Seduced, which is one of the heaviest songs on the album, it is pretty much straight up DM except more interesting than most. The third track is over 10 minutes long, yet is a very good epic. This is a pretty long rview so I am going to cut it off now however, I must say if you are new to DM in general than this is actually a very good album to start with, you still get the brutality of DM and BM yet there are still melodic moments (And the vocalist has a really good voice) so there is still something to cling on to. Now to sum it up I can't stress enough how much I recommend it, if you like any of the aforementioned genres or are looking for something different you should definitley check it out and yeah sorry this was a pretty long review by itunes standards, but it had to be done. Favorite tracks (Please actually buy the album): Verdelet, Shelter From the Sand, and Intractable.

Akercocke rules

Think Faith No More on death metal and you get Akercocke, very unique and eclectic. Hope they are not retired for they have not put anything out in quite a while.

Buy this album

Amazing simpal as that great songs and very unique sound to it


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Infusing death metal with some electronic touches, the London-based quintet Akercocke was formed in early 1997 by guitarist Jason Mendonca and drummer David Gray, friends since their teens and bandmates in the band Salem Orchid. When that act split in 1992, the pair went their separate ways, reuniting in late 1996 and soon adding longtime acquaintances Paul Scanlan and Peter Theobalds to the fold on guitar and bass, respectively. Influenced by Voivod and Killing Joke, the band gained a live following,...
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