While I can’t bring any examples to mind, Millennials definitely feels like something I would have heard in the 1990s.
Spock’s Beard are tight and polished, and they play with a confidence and energy that demonstrate their years of experience and reaffirm their well-earned standing as heroes of modern progressive rock.
Right from the first lead-in instrumental track, this album brings the classic Swedish death metal sound.
Break out your air guitar and neckbrace because you’ll fuckin’ need it.
As a listener, I find that the album takes me to dark spaces within myself, but in a way that allows for honest confrontation and self reflection.
Many of the songs found on this album are delicate, light, and dreamlike, but the feelings they evoke go much deeper than that.
I like traditional heavy metal mixed with black metal and I like black metal mixed with death metal, but it’s a rare thing to mix all three successfully.
Et Moriemur have created an immense album. In the manner of the old masters.
Hayduke – It took slightly over ten seconds for me to fall in love with this album.
The Great Mackintosh – Yep, two point eight seconds from the minute it opens, you are fucked.
The entire dissonant nightmare is coming at you from all sides, all at once. And then they slow down, light you on fire, and watch you burn.