EVANGELIST - Doominicanes

Kategorie: CD-Reviews | Genre: Doom Metal | Heft: Jahrgang 2013, eclipsed Nr. 151 / 6-2013 | VÖ-Jahr: 2013 | Wertung: 6/10 | Label: Doomentia | Autor: CA

The strictly religious themes to which one has devoted oneself are already reflected in the band name. By the way, the album title for the second Evangelist work is not chosen by chance. Because almost everything on "Doominicanes" is brushed on Doom, the riffs, the tempos, the moods. There is no information at all about the musicians, except that the band comes from Krakow, Poland. Evangelists settle into their own anonymity. But there are no distractions for them other than the music itself. In five long to epic tracks - the epilogue "Militis Fidelis Deus" mutates to thirteen minutes - the Doomers, who sometimes drift into classical hard rock, spread out their stories with biblical dimensions in front of us. Said "Militis Fidelis Deus" is a musical crusade, "Pain And Rapture" the Inquisition in Doom and "Blood Curse" the recent court. But "Doominicanes" also has the same effect as that as a whole. The only reason for this is that the heroic vocalist takes his cause very seriously and in every phase gives the deeply religious to unyielding preacher.

Top track: Militis Fidelis Deus

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