Dodsfard - Manegarm Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal / Artist: Manegarm / Audio CD released 2003-10-20 at Displeased
Newest Review: ... black metal into an instantly memorable hit. Harsher and more energetic than the atmospheric Viking metal of Bathory and ... more
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by - written on 31/12/08 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Swedish Viking metal band Månegarm really comes into its own with their third album 'Dödsfärd,' retaining the fierce black metal framework of their earlier works, but adding a highly successful melodic folk angle that sees every song transformed from enjoyable black metal into an instantly memorable hit. Harsher and more energetic than the atmospheric Viking metal of Bathory and Moonsorrow, Månegarm's style is distinctive and will likely satisfy fans of either extreme. The cover art is entirely appropriate to these tales of plunder and conquest, but the album still finds time for softer melodic moments, albeit to a lesser extent than their later works. ... Read the complete review
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