Uncanny Splenium For Nyktophobia
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sifFlammable
April 18th 2011


2741 Comments


Album rules, tho personally I don't think its that obscure as you make it out to be.

About the production, I reckon its what you'd expect from Sweden really, guitar high in the mix and emphasis on melody. Makes the album sound much more accessible than low-fi albums (e.g. inside the unreal), but whether that appeals to you or not is preference, I guess.

Hawks
April 18th 2011


35837 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Well I'm not saying it's really obcsure, I'm just saying it could get a little more recognition than it does.

sifFlammable
April 18th 2011


2741 Comments


Yep that is true.

Nice to see people lavishing praises on osdm recently.

Hawks
April 18th 2011


35837 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Fuck yeah. All I've been listening to recently pretty much. Lots of death metal and some doom as well.

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
April 18th 2011


6339 Comments


omg Hawks your review brought me so many memories......

I first heard about this band from a compilation cassette (!!!!!!) in 1994, issued by their Hellenic record company, Unisound Records and distributed strictly in Greece through the Hellenic Metal Hammer metal magazine.

This cassette was presenting the label's latest releases.

i still have this compilation cassette........

Unisound Records, was more or less a rip-off label, and the code for Uncanny's album was USR 008.

That company had in its portfolio the following Black Metal bands:

Mortuary Drape - All the Witches Dance (1994)
Rotting Christ - Non Serviam (1994)
Uncanny - Splenium for Nyktophobia (1994)
Thou Art Lord - Eosforos (1994)
Necromass - Mysteria Mystica Zofiriana (1994)
Malicious Onslaught - Brutal Gore (1994)
Equimanthorn - Nindinugga Nimshimshargal Enllilara (1994)

All aforementioned bands and records are highly recommended, especially Equimanthorn, Thou Art Lord, Rotting Christ, Necromass and Mortuary Drape.

Digging: Madred - Supersonic Brainfuck Overdrive

Hawks
April 18th 2011


35837 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Non Serviam is my favorite Rotting Christ album. Such great stuff. I'll check out the others that I haven't heard. All in good time haha.

combustion07
April 18th 2011


5420 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

All Uncanny rules.

Hawks
April 18th 2011


35837 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

This album slays very hard, that's for sure.

Tyrael
April 18th 2011


20971 Comments


Finally a new Hawks review, I was starting to give up on this site...
Pos of course.

Hawks
April 18th 2011


35837 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Thanks man.

Motiv3
April 18th 2011


8944 Comments


awesome review Hawks. This sounds good, ill definitely check this out at some point. Have a pos :P

scissorlocked
April 18th 2011


3511 Comments


great choice as always Haws

review slays as well

Digging: Low Roar - Low Roar

Departures
April 18th 2011


904 Comments


I get the feeling this album might be uncanny.

Ponton
Emeritus
April 18th 2011


5819 Comments


I'll give it a shot Hawks : )

Digging: Gates - Bloom and Breathe

Crysis
Staff Reviewer
April 18th 2011


16478 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

It's a great album Jared, if you liked any Swedish OSDM like Dismember you'd enjoy this.

Motiv3
April 18th 2011


8944 Comments


been on a bit of an obsession with finnish death metal recently but ill check this out when i snap out of it :P.

MO
April 18th 2011


19077 Comments


Definitely getting this.

Hawks
April 18th 2011


35837 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Thanks everyone. Yeah Crysis is absolutely right on this one. If you enjoy Dismember then you'll find something to like here for sure.

iFghtffyrdmns
April 18th 2011


7047 Comments


the second paragraph pun clearly was, in fact, intended.

nice review hawks

Hawks
April 18th 2011


35837 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Haha thanks dude.



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