Click Here
To Launch Audio Player



SERPENTINE PATH
‘Disfigured Colossus’
» click here to listen «


BLACK ANVIL
'Eventide'
» click here to listen «


BRAINSTORM
'Erased By The Dark'
» click here to listen «


21OCTAYNE
'The Heart (Save Me)'
» click here to listen «

Select By Letter...
1 - 10 of 2704 Found!
Next >>
BRAINSTORM
Firesoul
CEREMONIAL
Ars Majicka
GRINDER
Dead End
MEGASCAVENGER
At The Plateaus of Leng
CHAPEL
Satan’s Rock N Roll
INHUMAN REMNANTS
Inattentional Blindness
JILL HUGHES KIRTLAND
Not Just Tits In A Corset: Celebrating Women In Metal
REVONTULET
Hear Me
TRIPTYKON
Melana Chasmata
GAMMA RAY
Empire Of The Undead



HARDWARES

NIGHTFALL

Cassiopeia

(Metal Blade Record)

Reviewed by : Kelley Simms
Rating : 7.5

Greek six-headed beasts NIGHTFALL play epic, melodic death metal set to grandiose symphonic orchestrations on its ninth studio album, Cassiopeia. The band injects plenty of melody into the proceedings to compliment the precise and controlled harsh barks of vocalist Efthimis Karadimas, much like AMON AMARTH and fellow countrymen ROTTING CHRIST pull off. The melodic, dual guitar harmonies of Evan Hensley and Constantine drive the band’s sound, and there’s plenty of variation and tempo changes that differentiates each song. A twisted DANZIG riff mixed with blistering guitar leads and blast beats decorate “Oberon & Titania.” The bludgeoning double bass, blazing riffs and just the right amount of keyboard accents propel “Colonize Cultures.” Delving into a galloping death march, “The Sand Reckoner,” with its swirling guitar/keyboard leads gives off an evil, carnival-like black metal atmosphere. “Astropolis,” with its blistering double bass and rolling tom fills combined with over the top dual guitar leads brings an excellent close to the CD. This type of music has certainly been done many times before, but Nightfall sure has a good go at it on Cassiopeia.



facebook
twitter



Google
 
Web www.bravewords.com