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Review: Vrolok - Void (The Divine Abortion)
Vrolok
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Void (The Divine Abortion)

Label: Drakkar Productions
Year released: 2007
Duration: 50:00
Tracks: 6
Genre: Black Metal

Rating: 3.5/5

Review online: September 23, 2007
Reviewed by: Sargon the Terrible
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Void (The Divine Abortion)

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Vrolok have a legendary rep in some circles, but I myself don't get that. This is an interesting mix of raw, Darkthrone-ish second wave BM with more depressive stuff like Leviathan, all of it spiced with some ambient sounds and industrial flourishes. Vrolok have a killer, evil guitar sound, and some of the riffs are good, but the songwriting meanders pretty aimlessly, and I didn't find much compelling about this disc. Overall I find the ambient interludes more distracting than atmospheric, and I think if Vrolok tried a little less hard to be arty they would be a better band. Interesting and a bit different, but not great.


Track Listing:
  1. Advocatus Diaboli
  2. Divine Abortion
  3. Grey
  4. Turning Purple in the Dark
  5. Radiance
  6. Void
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