The Beginning Of Time - Amorphis Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock / Artist: Amorphis / Audio CD released 2011-05-30 at Nuclear Blast / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Battle For Light 2 Mermaid 3 My Enemy 4 You I Need 5 Song Of The Sage 6 Three Words 7 Reformation 8 Soothsayer 9 On A Stranded Shore 10 Escape 11 Crack I ... more
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Tuonela - AmorphisOld Paradise Lost...are found!!!! (385 words)
by oddgal - written on 07/02/01, updated on 21/03/01 (Useful, 73 readings)
Amorphis are from Finland and are apparentley quite well known over there. I don't know a lot of people that have heard of them, I myself only own this album by them, as I am trying to get hold of another of theirs that was reccommended to me (It was deleted and now is being re-issued!) But this is a great album to hear first and I am now eagerly awaiting the other one! The album hosts 10 tracks, all with pretty normal names. The style is quite laid back and relaxing. You'd probably listen to it while on the computer (or ahem...doing work) or something as not all the tracks are headbangable, but hey! give your neck a rest and check it out if you like some softer stuff ...
Tuonela - AmorphisSorrow Is My Bread, and Tears I Drink As Wine (444 words)
by Frankingsteins - written on 15/01/08 (Very useful, 31 readings)
the latter of which is the album s most inherently experimental offering and the appearance of classic prog saxophone, which would have sounded positively bizarre in any previous album. Amorphis metal days are now firmly left in the past, with only Tomi Koivusaari s growl in Greed showing any signs to newcomers that this band may not be what it seems. Pasi Koskinen now handles almost the entire album s singing duties, and although his voice is fairly good in that medium-range, emotional way, it sounds a little showy to me at times. There s nothing particularly wrong with this album, but it fails to really hold my interest even as an atmospheric rock effort, ...
Black Winter Day - AmorphisDenouement (431 words)
by Frankingsteins - written on 15/01/08 (Very useful, 17 readings)
After the fantastic death metal performance of Privilege of Evil, it seemed A Amorphis were focusing more on the polished, epic side of things for their full-length albums while allowing themselves freedom to unleash some violent and experimental death metal in the shorter releases, though this single-album trend unfortunately stops dead here. Released in the interim between Amorphis earlier death metal days and the melodic rock of their subsequent efforts, this makes for a less than comfortable listening experience partly for the contrasting styles, and also because the material is just so weak. Black Winter Day starts things off well, and this is essentially an ...
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