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...AND OCEANS
...AND OCEANS
A.M.G.O.D.
(Century Media Records)
48:31min

Hailing from Finland these futuristic Black Metallers play a style of it like none other. Comparisons can be made to DIMMU BORGIR and COVENANT of Norway (now known as KOVENANT). The comparisions stop there, futuristic keyboards refresh the listener, Martex pounds his drums as he blast beats and double blasts his way through this album. Vocalist Kilstar takes us through an intense journey of time and space. The guitars have typical Black Metal riffs but also some very inventive riffs, and throw in some modern Thrash. Minus some points for the 9th track as it's a complete dance track. A very fine Studio Abyss B production makes things exciteable. Be sure to look out for this band they are gonna be the next big thing.

Dimitri Ganatsios

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