Saturday, October 25, 2014

if you missed it: German-language black metal: Grabnebelfürsten (Germany): Pro-Depressiva

Grabnebelfürsten (Germany): Pro-Depressiva
The sound quality of this black metal appeals to the ear because of the clarity of the sound, in a more traditional way; you can hear the bass guitar; it’s not a demo-like recording, but neither a robotized one. As a result, you can hear very well that the songs are memorable for having real riffs and for attention to the songwriting, with a bit of a melodic-prog feel. The band has recordings that reach back to 1998, but this is the first time that I hear this German-language band. I find the album to have an individual quality, the songs are solid, headbanging and enjoyable. As stated previously, the band is easy on the ears for its balance of the elements in the right place. Investigate if you want to hear melodic/prog–ish black metal with a relatively clear production and songs that are easy to remember, in this genre.
Grabnebelfürsten - Mantelmann [Pro-Depressiva] 2013

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