Crysis
Kyle Ward
Emeritus

Reviews 195
Approval 96%

Soundoffs 30
News Articles 39
Band Edits + Tags 33
Album Edits 279

Album Ratings 1565
Objectivity 87%

Last Active 12-10-16 10:00 am
Joined 11-26-06

Forum Posts 533
Review Comments 17,165

 Lists
11.26.16 10 Years on Sputnik 07.17.12 Steam Summer Sale
12.09.11 Crysis' Top m/ Of 20//07.31.11 Computer Is Wrecked
05.29.11 The Witch King's Call12.17.10 Crysis' 2010
11.26.10 4 Years Of Bad Opinions And Shitty Meme11.22.10 Blind Guardian Setlist
10.26.10 Best Of Agalloch09.14.10 Usbm
05.17.10 Dark Tranquillity Setlist11.18.09 Black Metal Not From Scandinavia
11.06.09 Crysis' Top Of 200910.25.09 Crysis' Vinyl Collection
09.29.09 Forest Of October09.10.09 Metalheads Are Unoriginal
08.18.09 Digs08.02.09 What I Found...
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Possible Reviews

Just been thinking about what to review next... I should have my next review out either this weekend or early next week.
1Aeternus
...And So The Night Became


4-4.5. Dark Metal from Norway. Really interesting in the way it's played and presented, its a cross between black metal of the early 90's, death metal, and viking metal. Interesting to say the least.
2Borknagar
Borknagar


4. Awesome folk black metal brought to you by none other than Garm (of Ulver). The influences from Ulver are noticeably strong, but this album is also more folk-oriented and melodic than anything Ulver did in their black metal period. Plus, Garm is one badass vocalist.
3Drudkh
Forgotten Legends


3.5-4. A good folk black metal album which has it's moments, but can seriously drag on for a while. Not as good as "Blood In Our Wells" but still a great look into this bands interesting discography.
4Graveland
The Celtic Winter


3.5-4. Great black metal from Poland, also known as the guy who takes the most embarrassing band photos ever. If you don't believe me, google image search this band. The music itself is very good, with the usual harsh black metal tinged with some interesting folk melodies.
5Nyktalgia
Nyktalgia


3.5. A completely blatant, obvious Burzum ripoff from Germany who manages to get the closest to "Hvis Lyset Tar Oss" than any other band I've heard. Everything from the production to the drumming to the vocal delivery screams Burzum. Even so, this is a very good adaptation of Varg Vikernes' music.
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