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This review is from: In Abhorrence Dementia (Audio CD)
Ever since the foundation of Mayhem, in 1984, Norway has played a key role in black metal. It's now impossible not to think about 'hellish' drums, 'apocalyptic' guitars and shiny spiked collars when referring to this type music.
Limbonic Art has the same characteristics, but it's a BIG mistake to consider them just, 'another brick in the wall'. What distinguishes this group is the clever mixing of destructive energy with keyboards and folk elements, conferring on the band a uniqueness that few can brag about.
'In Abhorrence Dementia' has Emperor's frenzy, but also manages to excel with the gothic, mysterious, crypt like atmosphere created by Profanum. Crashing into a track like 'A Venomous Kiss of a Profane Grace' at least intrigues, if not makes you go to the closest music shop (or to your mouse button) and buy the record.
And that's exactly my advice. I hope you will enjoy it as much as I