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THRONDT
THRONDT
Throndt
(Ash Nazg)
36:02min

After a split release with IDHAFELS, Germany's THRONDT come up with their selftitled debut full-length album. All in all we get a solid Black Metal - like album, but also THRONDT face the problem that its music sounds too average, too common, just like so many underground Black Metal bands these days. They all sound so harmless without any remarkable facets. There is good musicianship, there are solid sometimes even nice musical ideas, there is an o.k. soundproduction, but where is the extremity? I can not get rid of the impression that this album (and THRONDT should not be THE negative example here, because this goes for so many Black Metal bands) is so badly meant to be Black Metal, that it turned out being anything else but not Black Metal, because the spirit got lost somewhere... sad but true... throndt@gmx.de

Andi Bauer

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