Armada - Keep Of Kalessin Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Speed Metal & Thrash / Artist: Keep Of Kalessin / Audio CD released 2006-04-24 at Tabu / ... more
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by - written on 12/08/08 (Very useful, 15 readings)
Keep of Kalessin were away for a few years before exploding back onto the Norwegian black metal scene with their exciting brand of epic war metal. Thebon yells his vocals in a hoarse shout rather than a typical black metal rasp, making his cries to war more emotive, and the musicianship is based more around structural progression and the search for epic lead guitar melodies, as opposed to black metal's traditional focus on repetition and poor production values. 'Armada' is a very strong album, full of long songs that are complex enough to maintain interest over six to seven minutes apiece, without being too progressive to deter casual listeners. While I'm not ... Read the complete review
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