|Review: Patria - Sovereign Misanthropy|
Year released: 2010
Genre: Black Metal
Review online: January 22, 2011
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
Sovereign Misanthropy follows right in the path of Hymns of Victory and Death – that is, the two albums are very similar in Patria’s style of blasting raw Black Metal with the mandatory slower, more atmospheric passages scattered here and there throughout the album. I’d give a slight edge to this album, with the compositions being a bit more mature (yet just as in-your-face as on Hymns...) and overall a more consistent offering. Bottom line, if you liked Hymns..., you are quite likely to like this as well. If not, then this may not be enough of an improvement to win you as a fan. Worth checking out if you are into mid-90s raw Black Metal.
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