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ANACHRONAEON
ANACHRONAEON
As The Last Human Spot In Me Dies
(Stygian Crypt Productions)
48:48min

In Metal as in life you meet at least twice and so it's not really a surprise that our dear Swedish friends ANACHRONAEON returned in good health after the unexpected crash of their flying saucer (I apologize again but their second release "The New Dawn" was just too poor to avoid these mocking words). But the word return is maybe the wrong choice because "As The Last Human Spot In Me Dies" is their underground debut which has been officially re-released via Stygian Crypt. But honestly speaking I'm really impressed by this album because it's like an unexpected 180% course change into the right direction. Is somebody out there who still remembers the great GODGORY and their fantastic releases via Invasion Records (after their crash the band changed to Nuclear Blast) - ANACHRONAEON are in some way like their unknown small brother. Both bands follow the same musical paths means the mixture of aggressive / melodic Death Metal with a lot of naturally Heavy Metal parts - in short melody rules here. "As The..." is an album full of good songs and great guitar parts ('Reborn By Fire') and universes away from their uninspired second album. Everybody who is still interested in (traditional) melodic Death Metal far away from the circle pits of 2009 should at least give ANACHRONAEON a chance - the potential is for sure there. www.anachronaeon.com, www.stygiancrypt.cjb.net

Matthias Auch

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