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Review: Nazgul - De Expugnatione Elfmuth
Nazgul
www.nazgulmusic.it
De Expugnatione Elfmuth

Label: Elegy Records
Year released: 2002
Duration: 45:54
Tracks: 14
Genre: Black Metal

Rating: 3.75/5

Review online: December 8, 2007
Reviewed by: Sargon the Terrible
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De Expugnatione Elfmuth

Rated 4.33/5 (86.67%) (6 Votes)
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This is keyboard-infested symphonic Black Metal that reminds me of Bal-Sagoth in places, only without Bal-Sagoth's lunatic energy. Nazgul play fast, sometimes folk-inflected BM with a pretty good guitar tone and some very nice melodies. The vocals are sometimes annoying, and all the lyrics are in Latin, so you won't get a word of it. Overall this is pretty solid, and you will enjoy it fine while it's on if you like similar bands like Fallen Empire or Keep Of Kalessin. This is competent, but not really any better than that. Pretty good.


Track Listing:
  1. Proemium
  2. Hult-Garth (Qui Inferorum Animas Excitat)
  3. Elficidium
  4. Dies festi...
  5. In Summis Montibus
  6. Nigrum Praesagium
  7. Impetus Quartae Lunae Novae
  8. Caelum Obscuratur
  9. Legio Draconorum Orkian
  10. Natura Cadit
  11. Charcharon (Damnosus Impetus)
  12. Solvitur Ad Elfmuth (Ante Bellum)
  13. Bellum (Humanes Resistentes Superavit)
  14. Epilogus
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