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STERNENSTAUB
STERNENSTAUB
Destination: Infinity
(Black Attakk)
40:03min

This is how I like my symphonic Black Metal. The keyboards are actually supporting the songs! If I had to compare Austria's STERNENSTAUB with one of the bigger Black Metal acts, I'd probably say DIMMU BORGIR but this doesn't really hit the nail on its head. STERNENSTAUB have a lighter, more fragile structure and they sound less bombastic. For my drawers they sound less space than medieval but I'm a jerk anyway. Actually, they remind me a little of one of my favorite German Black Metal bands, HIDDEN IN THE FOG, because of their use of the synthesizers. STERNENSTAUB's (stardust) compositions are more accessible, though, less complex, less evil and less EMPEROR. They actually have their very own delightful taste of unique beauty This might not be the right thing for Mr Stöver but I'd give it a try if you're into well-executed symphonic Black Metal. www.sternenstaub.org/

Ramon Claassen

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