Fatherland - Ancient Rites Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Heavy Metal / Artist: Ancient Rites / Audio CD released 1998-08-03 at Mascot / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Avondland 2 Mother Europe 3 Aris 4 Fatherland 5 Season's Change (Solstice) 6 13th Of October 1307 7 Dying In A Moment Of Splendou ... more
Newest Review: ... the best elements from Viking and black metal styles without the respective tedium and repetition that generally come with ... more
Customer Fatherland - Ancient Rites Reviews (1)
by - written on 19/01/08 (Very useful, 21 readings)
'Fatherland' is an incredible release from Ancient Rites that leaves their retro black metal days far behind and instead leaps headlong into a perfect synthesis of modern black metal and folk-influenced Viking metal in the style of Bathory. Also gone is the generic blasphemy and Satanism that characterised their previous albums, replaced with a similar sense of national pride to most other folk metal bands, but one in which "nation" stretches to encompass the whole of Europe thanks to a revitalised band line-up hailing from Belgium, Germany, Holland and Finland. The move away from pure aggression towards epic themes that began in the confused ... Read the complete review
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