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INEXORABLE END
INEXORABLE END
Voices Of A Frozen Heart
(Equinox Discos)
36:22min

Zaragoza in Spain is the home of the comparatively new trio INEXORABLE END. Up to now, there's just three songs of them available, but these are recorded in two versions each. One of them in their Spanish mother tongue, the other in English. The recent tape release “Voices Of A Frozen Heart” features both versions. It's a little sad that this fact is the most interesting and striking one about INEXORABLE END. The three songs are pure Black Metal, inspired by the old Scandinavian forefathers of grim coldness. Not very original, that's clear. But on the other hand, these 18 minutes are a joy for lovers of the Black for sure. Especially the final 'The Meaning Of A Gaze (Fallen Leaves And Thorns)' doesn't need to hide behind the old stuff of bands like EMPEROR, and the title track and 'In Life...' are good stuff as well. As far as the languages are concerned, there's not really a big difference, since both of them work pretty well here. So it wouldn't be a mistake to check: inexorableend.bandcamp.com, in case you're looking for some solid Black Metal. Check the label as well at: www.facebook.com/eqnxdiscos

Thomas Meyer

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