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Review: Marduk - Iron Dawn
Marduk
www.marduk.nu
Iron Dawn

Label: Regain Records
Year released: 2011
Duration: 13:25
Tracks: 3
Genre: Black Metal

Rating: 3.75/5

Review online: September 17, 2011
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
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Iron Dawn

Rated 4.22/5 (84.44%) (18 Votes)
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I first thought this was a new album, but no, it's just a teasing little EP, albeit one that destroys more in its short time span than many full-length albums. There really is no surprise here – if you like Marduk, you'll most likely like this, otherwise this won't win you as a new fan. Blasting Black Metal opens this up, with the ferocity Marduk have been known for – it's fast, heavy and face-ripping. That's the first two tracks, while the last one is at the other end of the spectrum – it's agonizingly slow and kind of monotonous, but in a good way. Heaviness and atmosphere lead the charge here, instead of a barrage of guitars and drums. Iron Dawn is a cool little EP while we wait for the next album...

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