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|4.5 superb||unkiedave | February 11th 19|
Sounds more like Autumn Aurora era Drudkh than the first Windswept album to my ears. Nice mix between classic black metal riffing and drumming, combined with melodic passages washed in keyboards. Damn good IMO.
|3.0 good||zaruyache | November 20th 18|
3/4 of Drudkh do another side project that sounds very much like Drudkh, but without the fast parts; Windswept's "Visionaire" features two 10+ minute pieces of mid-paced Drudkh-ian atmospheric black metal, or more simply "Drudkh without the fast parts". It's melodic and hynoptic, but given the band use even fewer dynamics than their notably repetitive father project, "Visionaire" finds itself being highly samey after a while--there are only so many times you can listen to the same riff be played before it starts to grate on you, no matter how atmospheric or pretty it all is. Still, though, Windswept is the Drudkh boys being Drudkh boys, and if those darn Drudkhs can do anything it's slap together two riffs and make a listenable black metal track out of them, and they definitely do that here. Yeehaw.
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