|Review: Kamaedzitca - Dzieci Liesa|
Label: Strong Music Productions
Year released: 2004
Genre: Black Metal
Review online: September 6, 2007
Reviewed by: Sargon the Terrible
Rated 3.4/5 (68%) (5 Votes)
This is the only album so far from this Belorussian band. I would say this is a lost gem, but really this is not quite great enough to be called that. Kamaedzitca play an eclectic variety of Folk Metal with an extremely varied sound. The guitars here are heavier than the usual tremolo style, and the vocals are lower and more deathy. The folk riffs are pretty good, and we have some clean-sung vocals and some folk instrumentation to go with it.
The weakness here is that while there are some cool parts on this, they don't often gel together to make good songs. This band has a lot of good ideas, but they need to assemble them in a more coherent fashion. Overall this is a good album of obscure Folk/Black Metal, with a lot of bits that separate it from the herd. But it is not really a classic, as it comes across as more of a mishmash than innovative.
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