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Nachtblut: Dogma

Nachtblut, or Night Blood if you translate from German to English, formed in Osnabrück back in 2005. Dogma is their second long player and if you look at the imagery of the band they pretty much perform a hybrid industrial/gothic style of metal. Bordering along the path trodden by fellow countrymen Rammstein but with their own unique gothic twist, the music has its foot tapping, head nodding moments. However I do not have a fucking clue what is being sung, as like Rammstein the lyrics are entirely sung in their mother tongue of German. That being said, Dogma is an accomplished effort which is certainly a grower, 'Rache' has a killer stomp to it with 'Mein Herz In Ihren Händen' enters Cradle Of Filth territory. If you like your metal industrial with a dark brooding, fast gothic atmosphere this is sure to get your corset stretched.

Nachblut may appeal to very few people due to its language barriers, however as Rammstein has proved these can soon be broken down and the music appreciated for what it is.

01. Dogma 3:49
02. Der Weg Ist Das Ziel 4:30
03. Ich Trinke Blut 3:57
04. Eiskönigin 3:43
05. Rache 5:13
06. Mein Herz In Ihren Händen 6:23
07. Mordlust 4:01
08. Macht 4:33
09. Busssakrament 4:59
10. Vulva 4:34
11. Schritte 4:48

Added: September 15th 2012
Reviewer: Mark Davies
Related Link: Band Website
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Language: english

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