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

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

by Aristocrazia Webzine

By Mourning

The formation of the Serbian Bane revolves around the figure of Branislav Panic and is temporarily suspended after the transfer of the artist in Canada. ‘s adventure began in the mother country has so far produced a demo, an EP, a triptych of split and two albums ( “Chaos, Darkness & Emptiness” and “The Acasual Fire”), these are the works by which the best you can get in touch with their way of interpreting the black metal strongly inclined to live and burn for Sweden in Here is the second that I have the pleasure of writing. ‘s line-up that gave him life, as well as Panic in the roles of guitarist and singer, he saw inside Nokkturno on bass, Occultum Malleus of the battery and enriched the holdings of some Guests: Nocturnal (Shadowdream and Ancient Sorrow) for orchestrations, Butcher (Avenger) to support with his guitar and voice “Light The Black Flame”, while the battery is in “World Of Desolation” and Patrik Carlsson (Anachronaeon and Eyecult) ready to offer its contribution in “Existence In Denial” putting the uvula and the guitar solo section. For those unfamiliar with this reality, but loved the Scandinavian black, the meeting would probably be those identified as “pleasant”. Once you open the drawer of the player and given the chance to turn on the stereo in “The Acausal Fire”, you will see that high-sounding names such as Dissection (it is no coincidence that the disc closes with a cover of “Night’s Blood” second track “Storm Of The Light’s Bane”), Dark Funeral, Marduk, Naglfar and reality as minor as Sacramentum and Lord Belial are more than likely the stylistic references to the Slavs. It seems that in the manner which propose a mixture condensed with a production that, while outlining sounds good, does not enjoy the cleaning tank to pull out some recent evidence from large groups. What I have to ask is: why buy a disc of this band? Personally I find it pleasant, literally go to a wedding with the atmosphere and melodic sounds that link on the scope, drawing evidence is however still masculine. It is clear that good quality proposals containing songs such as “As Chaos Arise”, “Light The Black Flame” and “Existence In Denial” achieve some good centers, and the intro “Bringing Forth The Endless Dark Aeon” and the outro “Entering The Paradoxical Sphere “are able to perform their duties by providing a touch sumptuous and do not mind the cover of Jon Nödtveidt and Associates is so in their ropes be put back in style” politically correct “, making still appreciate. However all so the “norm” that could cause those to whom these are not enough reasons not to take into account the merits in “The Acasual Fire”, perhaps giving more weight to small defects such as voltage drop nell’accoppiata pieces of pre- final line of “The Truth Unleashed” and “World Of Desolation” or Branislav not always able to keep the attention with his vocal lines, are certainly deficiencies to be reported, but not so debilitating, especially with a total duration rather measured in order to avoid boredom in the long run the effect. Bane if I play, throw it on the plate there without thinking twice and offer – as stranota – I’m sure the fans of the genre might be interested in, so if you are one those who live on black bread and Swedish you should at least try to share a bit ‘of your time with “The Acasual Fire”. If they are roses, bloom.

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

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