Blut Aus Nord 777 - The Desanctification
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Hawks
November 13th 2011


45509 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Album is AMAZING. You are all deeef.


Nah.

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Hawks
November 13th 2011


45509 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Yeah it's bad.

bigguytoo9
November 13th 2011


347 Comments


Pretty good cd IMO, I dug the slower stuff on the first part of this trilogy alot too, so this comes as no suprise

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Ire
November 13th 2011


41948 Comments


hey look another bleh blut aus nord album

R6Rider
November 13th 2011


5088 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

the atmosphere is a product of the music, not the other way around



You are a wise man Kyle.



I really hope they can do something interesting with the next abum.

rasputin
November 13th 2011


14845 Comments


good review, except i dont think i quite agree with your introduction

music can be a product of atmosphere, not just the other way around

terminusest
November 13th 2011


96 Comments


Stop writing about all metal on this webpage. Seriously. This review is embarrassing.

Often music is 100% about the atmosphere, go listen to Raison d'être and moan about how there's no song structures you musically deaf neanderthals.

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
November 13th 2011


19974 Comments


you should contemplate killing yourself

terminusest
November 13th 2011


96 Comments


Why, I love music unlike the people that write for this site.

cvlts
November 13th 2011


9315 Comments


goddamn. this guy...

rasputin
November 13th 2011


14845 Comments


Often music is 100% about the atmosphere, go listen to Raison d'être and moan about how there's no song structures you musically deaf neanderthals.


this isn't comparable to raison d'etre

blut aus nord have made lots of good albums but this is just trying too hard to be deathspell

and deathspell suck

terminusest
November 13th 2011


96 Comments


Oh I haven't even listened to this album, I'm not that big into Blut Aus Nord. I was specifically referring to the comments about atmosphere. All I have is The Work Which Transforms God and it's pretty good. Definitely not even remotely as good as Deathspell though. Deathspell are like a religious experience, fucking incredible band.

AngelofDeath
Emeritus
November 13th 2011


16184 Comments


blut aus nord have made lots of good albums but this is just trying too hard to be deathspell


Taken right from my own mouth.

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
November 13th 2011


19974 Comments


@termifag

no

terminusest
November 13th 2011


96 Comments


Oh wow this guy called me a fag and said "no" in response to god knows what. With detractors like this, who needs a fanbase?

rasputin
November 13th 2011


14845 Comments


Oh I haven't even listened to this album, I'm not that big into Blut Aus Nord. I was specifically referring to the comments about atmosphere. All I have is The Work Which Transforms God and it's pretty good. Definitely not even remotely as good as Deathspell though. Deathspell are like a religious experience, fucking incredible band.


then i'm not sure why you're getting so uppity

you said almost exactly the same thing i did except you came off like a dumbarse

but then again, you think deathspell omega are a religious experience which is lol



terminusest
November 13th 2011


96 Comments


Nah, I come across as a genius because I am one.

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
November 13th 2011


19974 Comments


oh hey

ITS VALERIUS

Crysis
Emeritus
November 13th 2011


17089 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Often music is 100% about the atmosphere, go listen to Raison d'être and moan about how there's no song structures you musically deaf neanderthals.


Except I was talking about black metal not dark ambient. And nowhere do I say that not having song structure is a bad thing. Re-read.



good review, except i dont think i quite agree with your introduction



music can be a product of atmosphere, not just the other way around


I tried to think of any concrete examples within the genre but I came up with a blank.



rasputin
November 13th 2011


14845 Comments


it's more relevant to drone based stuff

for example, records that use field recordings and things like that



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