BANE (Serbia) “The Acausal Fire” DIGI CD review by ISK

BANE (Serbia) “The Acausal Fire” DIGI CD review

by ISK

By Arnel Saric Sharan

Novi Sad band BANE was the subject of my delight when I two years ago (for the two years?) Heard and reviewed their debut work “Chaos, Darkness & Emptiness”. This combination of death and black sound with a musical foundation that I nalakše characterized as  evil  BANE quite aside from the mass of similar bands. I can say that, despite the constant fatigue and saturation metal sound rather waiting for “The Acausal Fire.”

And this November, the album finally saw the dark of night in the release of American publishing houses Abyss Records. The story continues in general, if you had a chance to listen to the band’s first album, then you know what to expect. If not, then it’s time to interest you: Swedish sound shod combination of black and death metal with gloomy, morbid, generally nasty atmosphere. Music is just the way they are texts, no there is nothing positive, just pain and suffering, but how they are strong and very human emotions, I believe that many will find at least one second in the texts themselves, but also the message of the text itself. I do not know why, but when I listen BANE, either this or the first album, the sight of my landscapes from Barkerovog “Hellbound Heart”.

And this album is brilliantly BANE izaranžirao everything from the first to the last track, and chaotic shift gears and slow, beautiful parts are completely natural, and the transition are not hugely barricades on the road that you spoil your listening pleasure. Everything is smooth,  fluent , just great harmonious.

Production, as my memory serves, there is little movement of the first part, at least as far as the qualitative traits in my opinion, but I must add that I liked better drum sound on the first album. And maybe he was nicer and warmer day, so I was better mood.

Album’s worth of each recommendation, extreme metal release that quality is one of the very top of the world’s black-death scene. All the more reason to Branislav Panic, father and mother Bane continue to work and find a new lineup of Bane in faraway Canada.

This review was originally written in Croatian and has been translated using Google Translate. To view the original review in Croatian click the link below.

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To purchase BANE “The Acausal Fire” DIGI CD, “Chaos, Darkness & Emptiness” DIGI CD and other BANE merchandise go to:

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