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WORMWOOD
WORMWOOD
Ghostlands: Wounds From A Bleeding Earth
(Non Serviam Records)
58:22min

The first full album of WORMWOOD from Swedish capital Stockholm is an album that leaves questions unanswered. The main question for me was: where should I dump this rubbish so it won't cause severe harm to the environment? Or to ears of those who love their Black Metal hard and trve? WORMWOOD want to be a melodic Black Metal band, but the stuff on “Ghostlands: Wounds From A Bleeding Earth” sounds more like a very ridiculous attempt of SABATON trying to play Black Metal. The melodies are cheap and pungent, the riffs are not really exciting, the vocals are wanna-be-evil and the band looks like that, just a little more embarrassing. Nuff said about this sheer waste of time. If you dare the utmost or look for some comedy fun, visit: www.wormwood-official.com, www.facebook.com/wormwoodswe, label contact: www.non-serviam-records.com

Thomas Meyer

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