Grom - Behemoth Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Heavy Metal / Artist: Behemoth / Audio CD released 2005-05-23 at Metal Mind / Disc #1 ... more
Grom - Behemoth ... Tracklisting
2 Dark Forest (Cast Me Your Spell)
3 Spellcraft and Heathendom
4 Dragon's Lair (Cosmic Flames and Four Barbaric Seasons)
5 Lasy Pomorza
6 Rising Proudly Towards the Sky
7 Thou Shalt Forever Win
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Customer Grom - Behemoth Reviews (2)
by - written on 22/01/13 (Very useful, 16 readings)
"Grom" is the 2nd studio album by Polish black metal band, Behemoth. It was released in 1996 on Solistitium Records and produced by the band. The line-up for the album was Nergal (vocals/guitar), L. Kaos (bass) and Baal Ravenlock (drums). Introduction Second albums are always important, and more often than not they're more important than a debut release. With "Grom" comes Behemoth's chance to take the black metal bull by its horns and throw in a few spices such as death metal and, to some extent, thrash metal. This was the last album to feature Baal Ravenlock (Adam Muraszko) on the drums before being replaced by Zbigniew ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/02/08 (Very useful, 24 readings)
Behemoth's second album is a very mixed bag of black metal and neofolk touches that often don't quite work, and due to its inconsistency, it's easily the album that divides fans the most. Predictably, it's also my favourite. What makes this album stand out so prominently is the way the traditional black metal is frequently interrupted by acoustic guitar, light keyboard or clean singing in a manner that more often than not fails to correspond to what's come before and after, and the first and last songs even feature female singing from Celina. These folk touches make it all the more endearing for me, even if they're clearly more on the amateur side and don't ... Read the complete review
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