Sea Of Tranquility



The Web Source for Progressive Rock, Progressive Metal & Jazz-Fusion
  Search   in       
Main Menu

Who's Online
There are currently 68 guests online.

Google Ads





Wodensthrone: Curse

As this is the first album I have heard by the UK`s Wodensthrone, I have to say I am quite impressed by what I heard. Curse, the bands second full-length, has a really cool sound that, while lo-fi, also comes across as almost majestic at times. The album, while gritty and raw, is also quite tuneful in many spots and I was surprised at times at how good it was.

Even though the songs stretch beyond 9 minutes in most cases, they never get boring. Instead the listener is treated to primitive riffs that paint images of times long gone. The thing with songs of these lengths is that they have to be interesting and in this Wodensthrone shine immensely.

Along with other bands like Winterfylleth and A Forest of Stars, Wodensthrone is one of the UK`s most promising black metal acts. Curse is definitely an album to check out for fans of the genre.


Track Listing
1. The Remaining Few
2. Jormungandr
3. First light
4. The Great Darkness
5. Battle Lines
6. Wyrgbu
7. The Storm
8. The Name of the Wind

Added: October 6th 2012
Reviewer: Curtis Dewar
Score:
Related Link: Band MySpace Page
Hits: 949
Language: english

[ Printer Friendly Page Printer Friendly Page ]
[ Send to a Friend Send to a Friend ]

  

[ Back to the Reviews Index | Post Comment ]




2004 Sea Of Tranquility
For information regarding where to send CD promos and advertising, please see our FAQ page.
If you have questions or comments, please Contact Us.
Please see our Policies Page for Site Usage, Privacy, and Copyright Policies.

All logos and trademarks in this site are property of their respective owner. The comments are property of their posters, all other content Sea of Tranquility

SoT is Hosted by SpeedSoft.com