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Runemagick
Envenom (Vinyl 2LP)


Runemagick - Envenom (Cover Art)

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 PRICE: $17.99
 FORMAT: Vinyl 2LP
 LABEL: Parasitic
 RELEASED: 2008
 ORIGIN: USA
 ITEM #: ATH-4949
 SPECIAL FEATURES:
  • Limited edition of only 500 copies! Deluxe gatefold sleeve! Includes 3 live unreleased bonus tracks.

TRACKLIST:

  1. Vultures
  2. Envenom (Laterna Magica)
  3. Nebulous
  4. Omnivore (Sin Eater)
  5. Maelstrom
  6. Claves Inferni (Outro)
  7. Eteranl Dark
  8. DDD
  9. On Funeral Wings
"Now Runemagick have always been doomy, but this is the doomiest they have ever been. It is not an accessible album, and will definitely put off those not already into slow, crushing music with sparse vocals and a lot of ambient passages. But this is Doom all the way, with no nods to anything else. The album tends to get slower and more strange as it goes on. I can't say it kicks ass, because it doesn't kick it's more like being pressed to death."
Sargon the Terrible



"I always found it difficult to decide whether they are black metal or doom metal. And since I am not fond of black metal I have not paid attention to Runemagick for quiet some time, until I discovered them a few years ago. With Envenom, they have decided to surprise us with the purest funeral Viking doom I have ever encountered. I've always liked their Swedish/Norsk twists in their music, but in these heavy loaded doom riffs they express a misery and hopelessness I have never heard before. I am glad they chose the doom way."

Erik




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Runemagick: Envenom (Vinyl 2LP) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2008
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Runemagick
Envenom (Vinyl 2LP)

Label: Parasitic   Origin: USA
Limited edition of only 500 copies! Deluxe gatefold sleeve! Includes 3 live unreleased bonus tracks. Now Runemagick have always been doomy, but this is the doomiest they have ever been. It is not an accessible album, and will definitely put off those not already into slow, crushing music with sparse vocals and a lot of ambient passages. But this is Doom all the way, with no nods to anything else. The album tends to get slower and more strange as it goes on. I can't ...


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