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Review: Avichi - The Divine Tragedy
Avichi
The Divine Tragedy

Label: Numen Malevolum Barathri Records
Year released: 2007
Duration: 42:08
Tracks: 8
Genre: Black Metal

Rating: 4/5

Review online: August 22, 2007
Reviewed by: Sargon the Terrible
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The Divine Tragedy

Rated 3.5/5 (70%) (4 Votes)
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This is a debut from US-based one-man band Avichi (named for the worst hell there is in Buddhism) who feature the most illegible logo I ever saw. Despite the obvious pretentiousness at work here, this is actually a very cool disc. This band (or guy) are all about mid-paced, epic Black Metal without any of the stigmata of modern BM. The riffs are good, the sound is good, and the vocals are a low bellow that mixes well. The disc does go on a bit, and several of the songs could have been shorter, as Avichi have a tendency to run ideas into the ground. But overall, a very strong debut of 'philosophical' Black Metal that is certainly worthy of attention.


Track Listing:
  1. Entrance to God
  2. Purification within the Eighth Sphere
  3. Messianic Deliverance
  4. Phallic Insinuation
  5. Prayer for Release
  6. Taedium Vitae
  7. Aeonic Disintegration
  8. Separation from the Life Principle
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