Opulent arranged Dark Metal from Greece with overmastering apocalyptic flair. Hard aggressiveness, surrounded by modern and also charming passages is being offered here.
Tracklist - Be my drug
Tracklist will appear as soon as we have it.
EMP Editorial Team (22.03.2007)
These Greek Gloom-Metallers plumb their new, third album with bombastic soundscapes. It soon becomes obvious that these guys have already some way behind them in the music business: opulently arranged Dark Metal with a compelling apocalyptic flair is the strength of this expensively composed manifest. Inactive Messiah leaves no possibility unused to enrich their harsh aggressiveness with majestic passages, even integrating some Operetta elements. Huge choirs recontour this heavy chunk of an album with many modern moments. Accordingly, the Greeks move in the same stylistic territories as their country-fellows, Septic Flesh, who act in a similar musical way. Guest musicians were beside the Greek ERT-Choir and the 80-piece Slovakian Symphonic Orchestra also JP Leppäluoto from Charon as well as Emppu Vuorinen of Nightwish - the latter being featured with a guitar solo on the Michael Jackson cover-song, "Beat it"!