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Enthrone The Unborn
And The Sky Is Ours
Released: n/a, Supersounds
Reviewer: Arto Lehtinen
Well, another Finnish metal band is coming out of blue with the strong debut album. Describing their stuff is a bit dizzy, but to give some sort of impression is without any question, obvious. Anyway the Finnish five piece have definitely listened to some certain Swedish bands as the obvious references popped up here and there. So, Enthrone The Unborn sports in the fields of the melodic death metal.
The band is extremely skilled and talented with their instruments, but that feels a bit odd feeling. The playing works more than well, but unfortunately the songs don’t get opened that easily, leaving a listener a bit confused. The songs feature melodic parts and for some reason the female vocals have been added as well. Frankly, having female vocals might be a nice addition, but somehow it brings more again a confused feeling.
Even though more negatives have been pointed out more than enough, but in general Enthrone The Unborn have succeeded in creating the mellow debut. As expected Enthrone The Unborn will blow everything away on the second album, right boys?
2. THE FINAL CHAPTER
4. PIECES (feat Inka Halme)
5. SIGHTING FROM BEYOND
10. ...AND THE SKY IS OURS
Eero Harsunen - Guitar & Vox
Juhamatti Kauppinen - Guitar & Clean Vox
Joel Vakkila - Bass
Arttu Anttila - Drums
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