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5.0 out of 5 stars Mournful anthems
In search of something different, this album offers melancholy anthems with folk/pagan influences. Each song is layered tremdously, with erractic drumming and mournful vocals. Although I have not been a follower of Primoridal, "The Gathering Wilderness" is definitely impressive.
Published on 27 Mar 2005

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3.0 out of 5 stars hmmm
This isnt the brilliant, diverse album that I had hoped for. Sure its got clean vocals, and sure the riffage is not the standard black metal half-steps, but this really isnt all that special. If there werent so many other, much much better black metal bands out there than this, then I would give it 4 stars.. but I just cant.

For an exceptional black metal...
Published on 17 Oct 2006 by Avernus


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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Mournful anthems, 27 Mar 2005
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In search of something different, this album offers melancholy anthems with folk/pagan influences. Each song is layered tremdously, with erractic drumming and mournful vocals. Although I have not been a follower of Primoridal, "The Gathering Wilderness" is definitely impressive.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing album.., 7 Sep 2006
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B. Aggro (London, Wandsworth United Kingdom) - See all my reviews
The first time I heard this album from start to finish I was almost in tears. It is that good. Full of tragic lyrics sung in one of the most unique and often over-the-top mournful vocal styles i've heard! The guitar/bass riffs are brilliantly thought out and rather complex at times, with a dark melodic and melancholic approach. The tribalesque drums are another spectacular highlight of this breathtaking album... if you like epic, honest and emotive music (not just metal) get this album as well as all the other Primordial albums. This band are one of a kind.
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3.0 out of 5 stars hmmm, 17 Oct 2006
This isnt the brilliant, diverse album that I had hoped for. Sure its got clean vocals, and sure the riffage is not the standard black metal half-steps, but this really isnt all that special. If there werent so many other, much much better black metal bands out there than this, then I would give it 4 stars.. but I just cant.

For an exceptional black metal album.. check out Akercocke's 'words that go unspoken, deeds that go undone'
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