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  • CD (16 mai 2014)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Agonia
  • ASIN : B00IIXANEY
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En l'espace de neuf albums, Enthroned a su progresser sans cesse pour arriver à un niveau de qualité qui n'a rien à envier à d'autres noms bien plus prestigieux. Mieux encore : là où certains fers de lance du genre s'essoufflent ou s'égarent, nos petits Belges restent fidèles à eux-mêmes et assènent Sovereigns, dixième album de leur discographie, l'album de la consécration pour le groupe. Enthroned a su sélectionner ses ingrédients, les combiner de telle sorte qu'aucun ne prédomine sur l'autre et nous servir au final un album parfaitement équilibré, qui allie brutalité, ambiance et une touche de mélodie dans une folle sarabande noire.
Pour fans de Marduk, Tsjuder, Mayhem.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent album \m/\m/ 24 avril 2014
Par Deimos - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
The riffs, vocals, drumming, and bass are excellent! The songs are great I can't skip a single one, the art work is awesome, this album kicks your face in and comes back for more which each track you listen to. Very happy with this order, awesome band, awesome album, they are getting better with each release if that is possible \m/\m/
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five stars for the album, ONE star for Amazon 17 avril 2014
Par Reddevil82 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is one of Enthroned's best albums, but I would advise everyone to NOT buy this from Amazon! There are some really annoying gaps between songs, and you can't fix them. I really wish I had bought this from iTunes or better yet Bandcamp.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Four Stars 25 janvier 2015
Par tdod - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
A very decent output from one of Belgiums finest.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great brutal black metal 19 janvier 2015
Par Tim Belial - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Great follow up. I love brutal black metal.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Album good...very good 7 mai 2014
Par A. Stutheit - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Most bands that exist within the world of heavy metal music -- but black metal bands especially -- get experimental at one point or another in their career. But by doing so, they walk a fine line between being innovative and just flat-out going soft and/or selling-out. And, naturally, they are strictly observed and critiqued by fans and reviewers elsewhere when an experimental release sees the light of day. Often times, being experimental can be a complete disaster, as it is a good idea to keep things interesting by altering or augmenting a band's arrangements, but this notion usually does not amount to much if poorly executed. And sometimes, experimentation is just a plain, flat-out bad idea from the very beginning (right, Metallica?).

But fortunately for blasting black metallists Enthroned, neither of these scenarios are the case. On the group's tenth full-length effort from the studio, 2014's "Sovereigns," the Belgium-based quintet dabbles in just the right amount of innovation and new-ish-sounding elements while at the same time maintaining the brutality that got them to be where they are now. So this record does not sound like something released by mid-career-era Sigh, Rotting Christ, or Burzum -- it more accurately comes across sounding like something released circa Marduk's "Rom 5:!2"-era, "Revelations Of The Black Flame"-era 1349, and/or Satyricon's "Now, Diabolical." What this means is that "Sovereigns" is peppered with the perfect amount of innovative-sounding songs, but for the most part, adheres to Enthroned's patented "brutal, blasting black metal" approach.

The album begins with "Anteloquium," a darkly quiet and unsettlingly dark intro piece that brings to mind some Burzum stuff. And this then flows right into "Sine Qua Non," another plodding and darkly doomy and atmospheric number that gets by mainly on grumbling bass notes, brutal, snarly black metal vocals, and haunting ambiance. Some on-again, off-again sections of furious blast beats are included, here, too, and used to unsurprisingly excellent effect, as a way of heightening the melodic sections and producing a stellar friction between them and the chaotic black metal brutality. It is not until "Of Feathers And Flames" that the album really gets off the ground, though, letting rip with swarms of pummeling, rip-roaring black metal blasts and piercing, raspy shrieks. A blistering little guitar solo is also tucked into the mix, here, for good measure. Next up, "Lamp Of Invisible Lights" is primarily centered around a very big and even more ominous and droning main riff (which is as memorable as it is dangerous); although this song is actually mostly highlighted by interesting vocal touches, including some wicked vocal patterns, and some faint, choral-esque backing vocal chants. As such, the number is made into another terrifically foreboding and mood-enhancing soundscape.

Back on more familiar territory, the ensuing "Of Shrines And Sovereigns" is so brutal that it is almost comforting and soothing, especially when considering it follows-up the melodic "Lamp Of Invisible Lights" described above. It is a skull-splitting, speaker-shaking avalanche of carnage-inducing hyper-blasts, and furious tremolo picking -- for the first ninety seconds or so, at least. And after this point, the song settles down into ambient territory with ominous backing Gregorian chants and slow, plodding tempos. But fear not, because it does eventually return to its bludgeoning pure black metal ways, though. And this brutal black metal sound carries over to the next track, "The Edge Of Agony," which, in turn, is subsequently followed-up by the equally as blistering "Divine Coagulation." It is a furious cavalcade of whirlwind blasting and an avalanche of blackened thrash riffage. The end result is an ode to vintage black metal (a la Mayhem, Impaled Nazarene, and Dark Funeral) that is all-but guaranteed to shake the rafters and jar more than a few of the fillings in your head loose.

And last but certainly not least, "Sovereigns" wraps up with two tracks that combine together to form one final epic, and one that will not soon be forgotten, either. "Baal al-Maut" works up a frenetic amount of frothing energy complete with impeccable, locomotive drumming (i.e. murderous blasts and motoring thrash beats), and sandwiches these brutal sections in between slow(er) and even borderline atmosphere-inducing interludes. And its sister song, "Nerxiaarxin Mahathallah," is one final slab of completely blown-out and decapitating black metal chaos that is riddled with blazing tempos and chaotic blasting. All told, it all makes for one excellent way to wrap things up: Providing the listener with a fully, wholly satisfying conclusion while simultaneously leaving the door wide open for an equally-as-enthralling sequel.
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