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24/08/2013 a las 03:13 #125716
Vihmana – Un Ocaso Trascendente
1. Un Ocaso 03:01
2. Al Alba Inhumana 09:15
3. Caminante del Sueño 02:46
4. Alminar 03:10
5. Hasta Nuestra Completa Aniquilación 07:55
6. El Rumbo de Nadie 03:07
7. Monzón 02:58
8. Amatevi (Agricantus cover) 04:53
Vihmana, the ethnic doom death folk metal project of Nacho Hernández from Madrid, Spain has just released its new work.
“Un Ocaso Trascendente” is a very experimental work and a really difficult to describe or “rate” album. Compared to the raw and somehow amateur sound of “Templo“, now there is a huge improvement sound-wise, especially in the metal instruments, since the folk acoustic parts were already very good. There are 8 songs in the album, with a total duration a little over 37 minutes, including a beautiful cover of the song “Amatevi” from the world ethnic-electronica Sicilian band Agricantus. There are also many guest musicians in this album on bass, drums, flutes, acoustic guitars and vocals, making Vihmana’s sound more rich and natural. The music is very variable and each song is totally different from the other. Nacho Hernández combines middle-Eastern, oriental and Latin music with folk black / death metal, progressive and classic rock, soundtrack music and doom metal. He doesn’t try to play everything at once, but he prefers to move from one genre to the other. Vocal lines are also very variable, changing from brutal growls and clean metal singing to rock style and folk vocals, according to the demands of each song.
El teaser adelanto del cd que me he encontrado por el youtube la verdad es que no suena pero que nada mal:
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