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Rephormula [Explicit]
 
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Rephormula [Explicit]

13 May 2013 | Format: MP3

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Ephel Duath are a true Black Metal oddity, and they're here to give the BM scene a much needed kick in the buttocks.
Rephormula is a nice little package made up of their original CD release plus their demo and two remixes. Their sound is hard to describe, the riffing is heavy, harsh and evil sounding in typical Black Metal style. The keyboards are amazing, and they acount for much of the band's originality, they're trippy and pshycadelic, and genuinely excessive and demented, sheer genius. Rather than a flesh and blood drumer, Ephel use a drum machine to surprising great effect, giving it an odd technoish sound in parts. The vocals are archetypal black metal growls. When you put it all together you got a hell of a carnival, an infernal caleidoscop of a swirlling million hues of black.
While genuinely avantgarde, Ephel Duath have enough essential Black Metal hallmarks (including the band name, taken from Tolkien!) to appeal to the most traditional black metaller, with the potential to attract further devotees to the scene, while stunning everyone.
Just one minus on this release, there are no lyrics on the CD booklet.
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Disappointed that Emperor have split up? Unable to wait for the new Arcturus album? Do you like complex and epic songs, skillfully crafted and supremely executed? Then this CD is for you. Ephel Duath are the finest black metal band for a VERY long time. The music itself is a spastic hybrid of many genres, a multi-headed beast that, at first, sounds completely out of control. Patience will reward you and you'll soon be sucked into their world: chilling, confusing, erratic, dark, but ultimately supreme.
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Ephel Duath are a true Black Metal oddity, and they're here to give the BM scene a much needed kick in the buttocks.
Rephormula is a nice little package made up of their original CD release plus their demo and two remixes. Their sound is hard to describe, the riffing is heavy, harsh and evil sounding in typical Black Metal style. The keyboards are amazing, and they acount for much of the band's originality, they're trippy and pshycadelic, and genuinely excessive and demented, sheer genius. Rather than a flesh and blood drumer, Ephel use a drum machine to surprising great effect, giving it an odd technoish sound in parts. The vocals are archetypal black metal growls. When you put it all together you got a hell of a carnival, an infernal caleidoscop of a swirlling million hues of black.
While genuinely avantgarde, Ephel Duath have enough essential Black Metal hallmarks (including the band name, taken from Tolkien!) to appeal to the most traditional black metaller, with the potential to attract further devotees to the scene, while stunning everyone.
Just one minus on this release, there are no lyrics on the CD booklet.
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