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Review: Seidr - For Winter Fire
Seidr
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For Winter Fire

Label: Flenser Records
Year released: 2011
Duration: 73:40
Tracks: 7
Genre: Doom/Death

Rating: 0/5

Review online: June 16, 2011
Reviewed by: Sargon the Terrible
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For Winter Fire

Rated 2.38/5 (47.5%) (8 Votes)
Review


This is some of the most worthless shit I have ever heard. I was set to like this: cool title, cool song titles, themes I approve of and a nice melancholy look to the whole package. I was hoping this would be what it looked like – something in the vein of Morgion maybe, with some Agalloch mixed in or something similar.

No, this is instead like a retarded version of Mastodon, featuring slow, incredibly weak riffs that are basically just open-e sludging with gargly vocals that are run through a mile of effects to make them completely unintelligible. With the complete lack of actual music, the ten-plus-minute songs seem interminable, and the album as a whole is like being condemned to suffer, and not in a cool way. Oh, and lets not forget the overdose of feedback whine, which might as well be a voiceover that says 'we have no ideas'. Fuck, this is horrible.

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