|Review: Signist - Of Worlds, Endtimely Enshadowed|
|Of Worlds, Endtimely Enshadowed|
Label: More Hate Productions
Year released: 2016
Genre: Melodic Death Metal
Review online: May 26, 2017
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
for:Of Worlds, Endtimely Enshadowed
Russian melodic Death metal outfit, Signist, recorded their seven-song demo, titled Of Worlds, Endtimely Enshadowed, during the years 2003-2006, which reached the hands of both Nacroleptica Productions and More Hate Productions 10 years later, who wanted to give it a proper release.
Of Worlds, Endtimely Enshadowed reminds me of early, stripped-down Amon Amarth due to its melodiousness, similar heavy guitar tone and Axalcathu's (a.k.a Ilyas Ibraev) vocals. As much as I really wanted to dig this, I felt like nothing really grabbed me; the album ends up sounding hollow and rather tedious. I don't know... Signist obviously had a drive for a "big sounding" yet melodic Death Metal record but only got halfway there. They deserve some prop for their version of Katatonia's "This Punishment" (off 1999's Tonight's Decision album), blowing some new energies into the original and really giving it a whole new life.
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