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  • Album vinyle (17 décembre 2001)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00005R88U
  • Autres versions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
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Format: CD
On ne change pas une formule qui gagne, la folie furieuse est toujours de mise avec une batterie "marteau piqueur" qui blaste tout le long de l'album. Heureusement, la prod est plus travaillée que sur Drudenhaus et laisse un peu de respiration aux instruments, on distingue mieux ce qui se passe et cela renforce l'efficacité de la musique. On a même droit à quelques choeurs féminins de toute beauté sur le magnifique "Stabat Mater Dolorosa".
C'est vraiment in très bon album que tout amateur de métal extrême se doit d'écouter au moins une fois.
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Format: CD
Ce CD est magnfique achetez-le les chanssons sont agréables à écouter c'est une perle
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Black-Symphonic-Chaos-Metal! 15 juillet 2008
Par Pablosa - Publié sur
Format: CD
Anorexia Nervosa doesn't have too much time to fool around with subtleties, at least is what they show in this NEW OBSCURANTIS ORDER. AN plays some kind of brutal black metal, with symphonic backgrounds, not too many solos, and ultra fast drumming, in the vein of ZYKLON's "World ov worms" and MYRKSKOG's "Deathmachine"....The vocalist fits perfectly in this arranged "chaos", with devastating screams, while Satan himself seems to be tearing his lungs apart...with no anesthesia!...

Like I said before, AN does not have time for subtleties...NOO is not a waterfall of virtuosity. You won't find in this album great guitar or keyboard arrangements; and the vocals don't vary much, but every instrument is played and adds something to the cause in its due measure; it's just the whole package together, guitars, drums, apocalyptic keyboards and vocals, that will crush like a caterpillar tractor; and you won't even know what happened...Only for strong hearts and ears to endure 50+ minutes of the greatest chaos!

And if you had the chance to purchase the version with Judas Priest's "Metal Meltdown" cover as a bonus, you'll realize how "slow" this song sounds compared to the rest of the album...

Some fine black/symphonic/metal here, taken to an extreme, plain and simple, played fast and loud, with anger and fury...Take it or leave it!
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Aggressive yet Symphonic 7 février 2003
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Format: CD
The French intense symphonic group has return, and again with an album which I'm particularly fond of. After the noisy "Drudenhaus" I was somewhat sceptical of what could possibly follow the mad-strings and over-yelling which transforms my insane cats in little scared pussies from one instant into another. "New Obscurantis Order" is the name of their blasting new album and they've done it again - another brilliant piece of extreme music, well-achieved, with a good production and plenty of aggression. The violins, piano, orchestral passages and other grandiose instruments reproduced via synthesiser are almost perfect in it's sound and fidelity, very difficulty one can notice the difference between this virtual orchestra and a real one. Using more or less the same terms of Mr. Hreidmarr, the bands spokesman, this album is more controlled and less hysterical, I believe these two adjectives speak form themselves quite well and describe the album in a simple form to all those who were familiar with the previous release(s). Indeed I felt "Drudenhaus" as a heavy dose of hysteria. This one, on the other hand, seems to me as being far more monumental and it quickly becomes clear it was well arranged and thought-over. The blast-beats carried out by drums, guitars and vocals are nearly close to insanity, with very much speed and musicianship involved. Consistency is a main element herein, supported in great part by the keyboards which refresh the music and lead along with strings adding harmonies and technical interludes. The chorus used on one of the tracks is also very nice, not to mention the fantastic Candlemass cover of "Solitude"!
Abyss Magazine @ Nuno M. [CR]
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Bombastic, epic, poetic, gorgeous and symphonic 3 février 2002
Par Anish Chari - Publié sur
Format: CD
Let me start by saying this:
This is easily one of the best, if not THE best, keyboardist I have ever heard. Listen to Hail Tyranny if you don't believe me.
Now, the album. There have been 2 other albums before this and follow in the same vein. The music is black metal, played as heavy as some of the most proficient artists in the scene (Immortal, Dark Funeral), yet the atmosphere sets this apart. The keyboardist is simply amazing. Violins and pianos rage across the whole album. It is simply amazing.
The drumming is an incredible test of stamina, and while there are no powerful leads, the melody in the riff is awesome. The vocals are a mix of black and some clean vocalist.
Lyrics are misanthropic, dark and haunting. And yes, even some french and other launguages are used.
Do not believe what you hear about these guys sounding like Cradle of Filth, that is aboslutely wrong. The only comparison that can be made is their image may be similar.
To sum up, this is a symphonic, heavy as hell black metal release that needs to be discovered by more people. Oddly, they come from the deserted metal abyss of France, but believe me, this album kills.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very refreshing 3 février 2015
Par Paul R. Chitoiu - Publié sur
Format: CD
I absolutely love this album. I normally don't do black metal, but there's just a certain quality to this album that makes me listen to it over and over.

On a side-note, the album art is just ... Well, let's just say it wouldn't be my first choice if I was the producer.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Ultra-violent yet beautifully symphonic 5 octobre 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format: CD
First of all, let me say this is possibly the most violent and extreme metal I have ever heard, yet, this album is a beautifully crafted melodic,violent and symphonic masterpiece.Each song is a mini-epic journey through artistic metal.This album mixes style of Emperor(Anthems era,for that epic symphonic feel)Dimmu Borgir(Spiritual Black Dimensions, for a majestic melodic feeel), and Dark Funeral for the ultra-violent and unrelentless metal attack..This album kills and so does Drudenhaus.As the old masters fall new ones rise and with them a new style of extreme metal..Buy this, you won't be dissapointed.
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