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  • Audio CD (10 April 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Metal Blade Records
  • ASIN: B000EULW0I
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 440,904 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By - on 8 July 2006
Format: Audio CD
This is quality metal/deathcore from germany. As the opening track tears ur face off u know it's gonna be pleasantly gritty ride through the album. The drums are fantistic and the vocalist has really stepped up a notch on his range of growls and screams.

My only critisism is that by the time ur midway thru the album, it starts to get a little repetative. There is not as much a range of tunes and structure as there could be and the songs become weaker as the album progresses. 'Crimson Void' stands out towards the end of the album, but other than that the songs - although good, just seem to loose the quality that the first half of the album has.

Great album for any metal-core collection, and deffinately one of the leading lights in Germany's ever-growing Metalcore assault.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Neaera - "Let the Tempest Come" 17 May 2006
By A.L - Published on
Format: Audio CD
First of all, Neaera isn't one of these run-of-the-mill metalcore bands. Of course, u can really compare them with, for example, KsE, Unearth, All That Remains, Trivium or something like that, but IMO they' ve got the potential and there is the bright future before them. While mainstream bands are heading towards commercial sounds, Neaera is drawing from the distinct roots. Their debut, "The Rising Tide of Oblivion" was the 40 minutes of fast, heavy and melodic assault. Little bit boring, cuz songs were schematic and similar to else. But this opus hit me with memorable melodies, thrash/speed metal tempos and pounding rhytm section( blastbeats in many songs were slimply devastating). Overall, as the debut this CD was promising. Also, it was similar to At The Gates what is the merit in this situaton, cuz many bands simply cannot rival with founders og Goethenburg Style. Anyway, Neaera's new effort still draws from the mighty tradiotions but now they're more creative. "Let the Tempest Come" is the step forward for Neaera. They've improved themselves in almost every aspect of music. Musicianship, song writing and feeling grown up. Previous work lacked in originality and creativety. Now, basically, they've eliminanted this problem. Music is more complex, song structures are mature and well written. Vocals are better, too. High-pitched screams and growls sound very good. Overall, whole CD is good but I'm going to distinguish several tracks. "Mechanism of Standstill" for killing riffage( great album opener), "Let the Tempest Come" for good guitar solo and devastating breakdown, "God Forskane Soil" for truly death metal moments and instrumental "Life

Damages The Living" which is simply awesome.

"Let the Tempest Come" is the great offer for fans of: At The Gates, Heaven Shall Burn, Arch Enemy, God Forbid and anyone who likes modern, heavy and melodic music.


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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Neaera ~Let the Tempest Come~ 27 May 2006
By RaY RaY Pine - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The write-up on this band that I received says that they were formed due to Tobias Buck's interest in hardcore and Swedish death metal. I think that just about wraps up everything there is to say about this band because they basically accomplish what they set out to do.

The band avoids one of the biggest clichés in hardcore with the stereotypical halftime/beatdown breakdown. There's nothing wrong with it every once in awhile, but come on. It's tired. "God-Forsaken Soil" is one of the few songs that showcases a section like that, but they are quickly forgiven by embracing early Amon Amarth as a secondary influence instead of In Flames, Soilwork and At The Gates like every other band breaking into this genre (though you'll still hear some of it). The song moves like Once Sent From the Golden Hall.

Sebastian Heldt plays a few blast beats on the album and you can tell that he very easily could have done it most of the album; their enjoyment of grindcore is evident. ""Heavenhell"" has tremendous groove oriented riffs that break into grind and death sections like it's their business. This song is both brutal and melodic without ever losing a sense of what it really is; a death metal song.

While I would suggest this to fans of Amon Amarth, be forewarned, this album isn't straight double bass-- that have lots of groove and their riffs have a healthy amount of Killswitch Engage influence.

For Fans of: Amon Amarth, Soilwork, Killswitch Engage
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
These guys will rock your socks off 22 Jan. 2007
By R. Burroughs - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I just saw Neaera live in Frankfurt and they rocked the place to the ground. The live show these guys put on was unbelievable. Benny's vocals were unbelievable live and complimented their new album better than any band I have seen or heard in a long time. This album is a true reflection of their greatness and whats to come.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
But this 16 July 2014
By Mr. Rose - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I first heard this band through 'Terrorizer' magazine, and I'm really pleased with their music. Their sound is similar to 'black dahlia murder' but unique for the metal genre. You like metal? THEN GET IT!!
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