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CategoryCDs
ThemeBands
GenreBlack Metal
EditionRe-Release
Media formatCD
Media PackagingJewelcase
Available since 25.01.2013
Product code247604

Fans of Sacramentum finally can breathe again, because the longtime search for the debut album of the band "Far away from the sun" from the year 1996 comes to an end. For the re-release the sound quality and the art work has been improved.


Also fans of Dissection, Naglfar and Watain get their money's worth with "Far away from the sun"!

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Swedish Melodic Black/Death Metal at its finest!

This is one of the most significant releases in the melodic black/death metal era. A muat have for fans of Dissection, Unanimated, The Moaning etc.. total hails! Horns up!

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32 reviews

Top 5 Swedish Black

On their first full-length offering, Sacramentum fix most of the mistakes they made on _Finis Malorum_. Gone are the out of tune parts, (most of) the off-time parts, and the poor production. What's left? Something that sounds a lot like Dissection. They even have blue/black cover artwork by Necrolord, and their pictures are in boxes on the back liner. But to discount them as Dissection rip-offs on this basis alone would be foolish. Their style is less aggressive than Dissection, but more intricate, avoiding the overly straightforward approach that Dissection's latest suffered from. As with Hypocrite (see review this issue), their melodic parts are usually either harmonized or have countermelodies, which is a technique that I think works especially well. As was the case with their MCD (although not quite as much so), the songs on this offering vary often, switching riffs every couple of times that they're played. In some cases, this amounts to nothing more than a change of key or a different drum beat, but it does help to keep the album from getting boring too quickly. Overall, I was a little disappointed by this album, but I did have high hopes for it, and it nearly delivered. I'd recommended it for Dissection and melodic black metal fans.

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